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It. N. ITIVIIII'OSA 1'llO.Tl TI1K COAST
FOR TIIK COLONIES.
Wail l'rnnclsco Shipping Advlce(-l'ac
MijterH Arrived front Hie Comt
Tlie Mariposa will leave for the Colonics at
TIjo bark Amy Turner cleared nt New
Turk for Honolulu on Oct lo.
The flilp John McDonald from Honolulu
arrived nt New Yorn on s!cl :i'l
The link Forest Queen arrived Irom tills
port at Tort Townrcnd, Oct.iberS.
Ilio Nuiwi'Kinn l;ik Wlilto Hose sailed
from Newcastle for tills port O'lolicr 0.
00 October 0, the bark AKIcn Hee and
tmkcntlno Archer sailed from Sail Frauclsco
Tomorrow, high tide largo 4:43 n m; high
tide small 4:10 p m; low tide large 0.63 pm;
ljiv tlilu email il:&ua in.
The Aloha hn moved to the Kallroad
wharf to illctlinrire sulphur, and tlio sjplca
has returned to Nuuanu sheet whatf.
Tlio Irmgard and 8 0 Allen were to have
axllcd on the lolli lor this port and tlio
Alniy Doilu'f on the ITIli fur Knlmlui.
Tlu .tunics M.ikie nrrlvul from Kauai last
rilglit. She brought n few pa est libera and 00
It); rf rice. She will return to Kapaa this
1 lio French wnrshlp Ducuay Trouln
Arrived at Ban Francisco on Oct Vi. She has
been ordered to the scene of a great confla
gration ttt Guayaquil, Kcundor.
Opt NiNmi. a through passenger In the
Mariposa for tlio Colonl-s. renren-nU large
Ycdwdod lumber liitrrc.ls lu Oallforula, and
owua 28 vessels of all kind on tlio Pacific
Coast, lie In ou a business trip.
Arrived at Snn Fiauclsco from Honolulu -Oct.
Uk All-irt. Is duj- Oct ft Sihr
Transit, 13U days. Oct tl: llktu s N Cattle,
21 days. Oct If 1-r frigate Dugnar-Trouln,
10 days Oct 10' S S Australia, U days, 17 hr
SO mln; S S Aztec, ID days
Complaints arcatnln heard 'bout garbage
dumping near ihe I'aclflc Mall harf. It Is
suld, now that the tug 1 laM up for repairs,
Itie larbnc Is dumped Into the scow during
the day and at night 1 let out into tlio hay to
fiol about It I ,lm' something was Uouu
Clio Oceanic liner MuripoM, which sailed
from San Frnn-'sio Oct 15 at i p in. arrived
enrlv Ihl tnoriilne. Hlio brought for this
ior(7lboxt'S trult.Ci packate groceries', ntul 1
cni.0 bnoks coniiliii'U to Lenin & Co. 1 O
Camarlnoi and W (i Irwin iU Co. The Marl
posa had It r.ililn pasfimiTS for llouiiliilu,
and hus one for Apia, 111 fur Auckland, and
C3 Tor Sydney.
Part Tuw litem!, October!!. The barken.
tliioCOKnnk n.-rlvril this inornlin:, thirty
six days out liom.Sl Michael's, with eighty
returning Yukon miners. In Ihu neighbor
hood of OiKimae ouxs Ihe taptiiln lost his
licailnga mid lli ship (Irilleil In Hie fojr lx
tccn ihiys. mi nii'hliiK Ca o Flattery she
drifted 'live .luys, wheii she picked up by
a lu;;. Tlio provisions ran very low, and tlio
miners wero almost famished when they
Wruneshay, Oct, 21.
Etmr James Makec, Peterson, from Kauai.
Tiiuhsday, Oct 23.
6Uor J A Cummins, Seuilc, from O.ilui
OS 3. Mariposa, llaywtird, from" San Fran
cisco. DKl'AHTl ilKH.
TllUiisiMY, Oct. 22'
Btmr James Makee, Peterson, for Kauai.
OSS Mariposa, llavwanl, for the Colo
nies, via Samoa '
' From Kauai tier stuir James Makec. Oct 21
Mrs McVclh, llev O II Uullck, and 8 on
I'rnm San FrMicisco. tier S 8 Mariposa.
Oct-ftJ-W K Uckuit, Jr, Mis V M (lilfard.
It V llurkett mid wile. Jllh M lloiinun, d
llotlns and wife. Master Carl Motlnj;. Mr
B 8 limes, .1 S McCandlcss, M C Nason, A
(JlIlflONS-Ou October 11th at 8outhsea,
Knuhuul, to the w Ife of Ucuteuant F. K.
C. (ilhnons, 11. X , a daughter.
VICIOItY IN NOW A.sstiiti:i.
I.euiler Say Tli'U nii'Klnley null Ho
liurt Ciuiinit Hit llmi leu
Now York, N. Y., Oct. 12. Tho
following statement was given out
at Natioual Republican headquar
ters today after a coufcronco of
the entire Ntitional oxecutivo com
mittteo: "Tho election of McKinloy and
Hobart is an accomplished and
assured fpct. They will receive
'270 electoral votes. Bryan will
recoivo' 110, and tliero are six
Stalos having sixty sivon electoral
votes whii h are doubtful, but the
probabilities all point to tho foot
that tlieeo nixty tovon voles will
go inlo tlio Hopublicau column
and be addrd to the 270 now as
sured for McKinloy and Ilobnrt.
This is tho status today. Yo
havo tho election, and will hold it.
Our effort in tho west is to this end
only. Tlio opposition has aban
doned tho East."
A. J. Derby, D.D.S.,
oflioo Cnttiie Na;-M00,
etroot, tolephono No. 015
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Al it it on
Tho rintinotypo Pictures by
Mr. Honshuw nt tlio Pucitio Unrd
waro Oo. nva tlio finest oxainjilcB
of pliotogrnpliio nrt over rooii in
Honolulu. -Tnst tlio thing to send
awny to your friends.
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Knlllit Ilorao Cmo nt llrnt-Hcl
on Not Pleaded In !
Chief JiiBtico Jutld writes tho
unanimous opiniou o tho Snp
romo Court ou exceptions to Judge
Cnrtor's refusnl of a new trial of
Knuiohonlii vs. Mnuunlon nud
Frank, actiou of roplovin for a
iiorse. It decides as follows:
"Nothing nppeuriug why a. motion
for n now trial should bo -ranted,
tho decision of tho Circuit Judge
donying tho motion is affirmed."
Tho Circuit Court decision is in
corporated in tho Supromo Court's
deliverance It sottles that, "whoro
a verdict is intolligiblo and capa
blo of being understood, it will
not be sot asido although inform
al." Kaulukou for plaintiff; Ilosa
Justice Eroar is tho author of a
unanimous decision by tho
Supromo Court in tho action of
K. N. Boyd again Bt J. "W. Kai
kainahaole for $107.45. Excep
tions of tho defendant are over
ruled on tho following statement
of tho law: "A claim of set-off
not having been pleaded, hold pro
perly disallowed by tho trial
Judge." Kane for plaintiff; iCu
ulukpu for defendant,
Judge Perry lias rendered a de
cisiou for tho plaintiff on tho bill
to cancel a mortgago brought by
H. Lose, assignee of tli9 estate of
M. S. Levy, a bankrupt, against
T. H. Davioa it Co., Limited, a
corporation. lie is of tho opinion
that defendant is chargeable with
knowledge of facts which would
havo been ascertained upon in
quiry; that it had, at tho date of
tho mortgago, reasonable cause
to bolievo that the mortgagor was
insolvont, and that tho mortgago
is therefore void as against the
assignco in bankruptcy and
that it should bo cancelled and sot
aBido. . Hartwell and Robertson
for complainants; Thurston it
Stanley for defendant.
Judge Perry heard the matter
of the discharge of S. Ehrlich
from bankruptcy this morning,
and continued it till tomorrow for
argumout. 0. Brown for poti
tiouer; Thurston fc Stanley for J.
F. Hackfeld, assignee, contestant.
Argument is proceeding this
afternoon in tho Ilamakua eject
ment case before Judge Carter.
Jump In Wheat.
"Wheat, barley and flour ad
vanced with big strides yestorday.
In wheat values wero higher than
for nearly three years. Tho day's
increaso was phenomenal, and, in
epito of largo purchases, the mur
ket remained firm at tho close.
On December wheat tho gain
was 0 cents a cental, on May GJ
and on spot from 3. to 5 cents.
Jb lour went up auotnor lb cants a
barrel, and barley was sent boom
ing. Wheat, howovor, was tho im
portant product affected. Decem
ber, which had closed on Monday
at SI 21V, was quoted yesterday
aftornoon at SI 30J, and closed
firm at that price. May, which
had been SI 27, wont nt one timo
to SI 31, ami tho last salo was
made at SI 33i.
' The advance was wholly local.
Prices horo aro 10 cents higher
than at Chicago, and aro caused
largely, as has been pointed out,
by foreign demand and a rapid
shrinkago of the available Califor
nia wheat supply, b. l . Uhroni-
olo, Oct. 14.
Op 111 til C.iltli.
Customs Guard Akiua in In
spector Kannlia's watch discovered
thirty-oight tins of opium aboard
tho barkentino Skagit early this
morning. Tho dope was made
up into small packages, und was
found under some lumber ou top
of the forward house. Tho owuor
of the stuff is uukuown.
Singors load tho world. Ovoi
l'o,000;000 mudo and Bold. High
eat awards at tho "World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
'jonstr notion, regularity of motion,
aaso of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, ease of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. 13. Borgorsen, agent,
1GJ Bethel streets.
nro frequently wanted for
temporary use and at times
when expensive ones are not
needed. We have some cheap
ones in White Enamel Frames
that will answer tho purpose.
AND WE HAVE
some of tho richest Cut
Glass over seen in tho country.
Genuine English Cut with
burnished gold rims which
relievo tho monotony.
IN FINE CHINA
there's Biscuit Jars and
Cheese Plates that are cf
greater service than one would
suppose at first thought. They
keep crackers and cheese fresh
when other means aro dismal
failures. These articles aro
reasonable in price.
is needed in all
weather and whilo
light showers nearly every
day there are times when the
soil needs irrigating. And
when you have a huso look
to the life of it und add to
it by tho purchase of a
It's the dragging of tho hose
over tho walks that kills it;
once tho covering is worn it
begins to crack and your hose
won't hold wator.
J. T. WATERHOUS
Groceries when properly
bought may bo sold chenp and
yet bo a source of profit to the
dealer. If you can get fresh
goods for the same, or less
money than you pay for inte
rior goods, the profit to you is
in buying from the man who
sells the fresh goods. Our
methods of buying aro such
that tho consumer gets every
advantage in price and quality.
Wo buy from tho manufac
turer thus saving tho profit of
tho middle man.
Our agent in San Francisco
watches tho market arid takes
advantage of every move fav
oring us;, tho advantage is to
you as well. What wo savo
in tho cost is deducted from
tho selling prii t. You, as the
buyer, savo tho difference.
An impression oxists in tho
minds of peop'e who aro not
our customors tnac oecause
our store is up-to-dato, and our
goods the newest and freshest,
our prices must bo higher
than in others. They aro
lovcr and an order, just a
single order, placed in our
hands will convinco you of tho
correctness of this statement.
Wo have fancy groceries but
no fancy prices; tho condition
of trado in Honolulu will not
No one hero equals us in the
stock wo keep.
Lewis & Co.,
Kort Street, - Honolulu,
OCTOBER 22, 189G.
Light and Serviceable.
Oastle &a Cooke
WERS k COOKE
A GREAT INVENTION
Moves itself about your Lawn Travels
in u straight lino or a circle. Stops autom
atically. Sot for any louth of hone.
EST" No such Sprinkler hns ever been
placed on tho market lieforo.
Come and See It.
LEWERS & COOKE,
173 Fort Street, - - - - Tolephono 20.
How Are You
Utt lOr gmf re); tfljmyjfX
Wo kosp the Latest Nov
elties in tho abovo. No
shopworn goods on hand.
Exclusive designs. .
I, LEVIMSTOU, - - Manager,
Waverley Block, 9 Hotel street
E3? Shirts Made to Order.
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Custom Honso Broker and Statistician
General Business Agent.
tut jpi iris ,9
8tcamerB of tho above Lino running' in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vanoouvor, 13. O., nnd Sydnoy, N. 8. W., and calling at Vlotorlo, B. CL
Honolulu and Suva (1'iji),
EeE mTjnE j&n? laionsroxjXTXjTjr
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
from Sydney nml Suva, fur Victoria anil
VAiiriiuter. IS. C:
8knr "MIOWEKA" Octobor 20 alulr'MIOVEltA', November 10
Stiur "WAKltlMOO" November 21 . Btiur "WAMllIMOO" D. c. wber 10
Stmr "MIUWEHA" December 24 Stmr "MIOWEu A" Jnnnnry 10
Btrar "WA1UUMOO" Jimuary 21 1 Btmr "WAIIK1MOO" February 10
Through TIclcct issuctl from Honolulu lo Cnnada,
United States tviul Europe.
rnEinijT and rXssisNanit aoenth:
D. MoKiooltj, Montrcnl, Canada.
Koiieist KmtR, Winnipeft, Onnada.
M. M. SiKnN, San Frnnoisco, Cal.
O. Mali. BitowN, Vancouver, B. 0.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The Now and Fino Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
jSTov. 13, 189G.
And will leavo for tho above port with
Mails nnd Passengcre on or abot
For Sydney and iucklafld:
The New nnd Fino Al Stee Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo ot Honolulu from Sun Francisco
on or about
Nov. 19, 1800.
And will Live prompt despatch
MBit l'usL'cnRuro ror mo noovo pons.
The uiideif;npd u,-o now prepared
TliroiiRli Tickets to AH L'oints
in tlio United Stutcs.
CgyFor further purtioularx regarding
Freight or Possno apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrive Honolulu Lenvo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
Oct.20,189G Oct. 28, 1SBC
Nov. 10, 1890 Nov. 21, 1S9G
From San Francisco
Jlonowut, Nov 19, 'Oil
AlnmedH, Deo 17, '08
From Sydney for
Aliiineilo.Nov 12 '00
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 189G, $10Gfi4BJ6
Money Loaned on Approved Security.
A Hnvini.a IJ.mk for Monthly Denosits.
HouBea lluilt on tho Monthly 'Installment
Thirteenth Sories of Stock now oper..
For further particular apply to
A. V. GUAR. Secretary.
Chamber of Conituerct Rooms.
Ofllce hours, 12:30 1 ;3U1'.M. U73-U
General Manager of
The Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
Of the United Stntci' for tho Hawaiian
OfTwi Merchant streot, Honolulu.
ATLAS --.-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000;
. H. W. 8CHM10T & Sons,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
DAVID K. BAKER, r
Nuuanu Vnlloy, nlwvo tho Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt nnd faithful at
tention. No extra charge for delivering
Flowers to nny part of tho city; Lois,
Mountain Greens and Carnations n spo.
Oceanic Steamsnip Co.
From Victoria nml Vnncouvur, It. C, to
Sma nnd Hjdiicyt
C2T For Freight and PaasnRO and all
Generol Iuformotion, apply to
THE0. K. DAVIES & CO., L'd
AjrentB for tho Hawaiian Inlniids.
Occiflental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG i
Steamers of tho nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on thoir wny to the
nbovo twtb on or ubout tho following
fcHmrllelKio Oct. 24, 1890
tituirl'eru Nov. 2, 1896
Stmr Wo do Janoiro . . . .Nov. 10, 1890
For SAN FKANCISC0:
Steamers of the nbove Companies will
coll at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkoug nnd Yokohama to the nbovo
port ou or nlxmt the following dates:
Btmr GboIIo Nov. 0, 1800
b'trnr Ciiy if l'okiug Nov. 10, 1890
StmrClnim Dec. 2, 1890
Rates of Passage are as tnliows:
TO YOKO- TO HONO
Cabin 81130.00 8175.00
Cobin, round trip, d
months 225.00 262.G0
Cnbin, round trip, 12
months 202.50 810.25
Eutopenu Steerugo 65.00 100.00
t3grPtuongciH paying full faro will be
allowed 10 percent off return faro if re
turning within twelve months.
CSTFor Freight and Passngo apply to
H. IIACKFELB & CO.,
0. L. WIGHT, Pres. B. 11. ROSE, Sec
Capt. J. A. KING, PortSnpt.
Will leavo Houolnln at 10 a. m., touching at
Lahnina, Munition Day im.l Muhcua the
buuio il.iy; Mahukona, Kuwuihao and Livn
palioehoo the following day, arriving at
uiio rue eamo evoning.
.S.VK8 llO.NOLDin. A111UVKH UOKOIULU.
Friday Oct. 30 I Tuesday ....Oct. 20
Tuesday Nov. 10 Friday Nov. 0
Friday Nov. 20 Tuesdiiy. . ..Nov. 17
TutKilay.. ..Dec. 1 Saturday... Nov. 28
IteturuiiiR, will leavo Hilo at 1 o'clock
p. m., touehiuj; nt Laupahnohoe, Mahu
koua nnd Kawailmo simu day; Maken.n,
Maulaea Day nud Lahnina tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of mewlay and Fridays.
" Will call nt Pohoiki, Pnna.
l&CfNo Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at 5 i at.)
touching at Kalmlul, llnna, Haiuoa nnd
Kipnhulu, Muni, hoturuing arrives at
Honolulu Hiutiioy iiiorniugd.
Will call nt Nuu, Kaupo, ou sccoud trip
of each mouth.
&yNo Freight will bo received afler
p. M. on day ot Hailing.
This Company will reserves the richt to
make changes in the time of departure nnd
arrival of its ntcaiuers without nntico and
it will not be responsible for nuy conse
quences arising thorcfrom.
Consignees must bo ut tho Landings to
receive their Frrightj this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight aftor
it has beon lauded.
Livo Stock only nt owner's iLk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of tiusseucers
I unless placed in the caro of Pursers.
rassongors are requested to jmrcunso
tiokcts before embarking. Those lulling to
do bo will be subject to nu additiona
oharge of twenty-ilvo per cent.
To Let or Lease.
one milo from postofflco. Large house with
furniture. Four bod rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant houses, stables, horse paddock,
garden nnd trees, A charming location,
Apply to J ALF1UCD MAGOON.
tf Merchant st next I'outoftlcoi
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