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THE HAWAIIAN STAK, TTUSDAY DKCliMI.Bil to 189J i
Having placed on the market this
magnificent tract of land, divided Into
a number of large house lota w e most
cordially call the attention of home
seekers to It.
This tract l bounded by Makikl street,
Wilder Avenue and Tunabou street, at
an elevation of aliout 7.1 feet, gently
aloplug towards tho sea. A lino pano
rama view can be had from the uppet
These lota ftro offered at a very rcn
aonable figure. Ily calling at our office
we shall be pleased to give further In
formation In regard to prices and terms.
.BRUCE WARING & CO.,
603 Fort Street, near King Street.
No .i'luirgc for milking Ucctls.
ALMA COTTAOE, AT WAIKIKI,
in to let, furnisUed, together with a
ABSTRACTS OF TITLE.
I AM PREPARED TO MAKE AB
stracts of Title in a most thorough and
complete manner, on short notice, and accur
ate in every aetau. .
F W. MAKINNEY,
W. O. Smith's ofllce. 318 Fort Street.
T-SRAT. ESTATE AND GENERAL BUSI
SX lift Agent. Real Estate bought and
ni.r iintiKM Rental. Loans Negotiated.
Collections made. Books posted. Accounts
.ported. Copying neatly done.
All business entrusted to me will receive
Eroinpt and careful attention. A share of
le public patronage respectfully solicited.
GEO. A. TURNER.
SOS Merchant Street,
Office formerly occupied by C. T. Gullck.
For the Purchase of
Mountain Retreat In Nuuanu Valley
. near the Electric Light Works. A beau
tiful mountain home, easily acct ssable
to the city, with large house, and three
cottages, all new and never occupied.
Fruit and ornamental trees well Btarted.
A mountain Btream and a windmill
answers the question concerning the
water supply. r
Bevkn Acres with Cottage aliove
the Eleotrlo Light Works, planted with
all kinds of fruit trees and a spring on
the olaoe furnishes an abundance of
Lyceum and Cottaoe corner Nuuanu
and Kukul streets, one of the best loca
tions In Honolulu for business or resi
dence. Houses for rent In various parts of tho
city aud furnished houses at Waiklkl and
Real Estate Commtoloner and Insur
ance Agent. 830-Iw
Mrs. M. I. Brown has returned
from the States.
Paul Isenberg, Sr., arrived by
the Australia Monday evening.
J. B. Atherton and Paul Isenberg
were passengers from the Coast.
Mrs. Theo. Richards and Mrs. J.
Richards returned per the Australia.
G. Kunst, a gentleman well
known here, arrived by the Aus
tralia. Miss Clara Cartey, daughter of
the livervmau. returned from tne
States last night.
Dr. George P. Andrews and fam
ily, who have leen away nearly two
years, returned by the Australia.
Mrs. W. H. Smith and daughter
and Mrs. A. McDowell returned
by the Australia from a lengthy
visit to the Coast.
N.w Goods at Banks',
In search of handkerchiefs ? Go
to N. S. Sachs, you wilt get some
stunning bargains. A lot of holi
day goods- will arrive on the Aus
tralia for N. S. Sachs.
A Had Usutsnant.
San Francisco, Dec. 2. Lieu
tenant Chester White of the United
States" revenue cutter Bear has not
only left his ship and the United
States service without leave, but he
ti deserted his vouug and beauti
ful wife during a critical illness and
gone away with a chorus girl of the
"Passing Show" Company, whither
hs wife know npt.
1 t? iriinatrick. of Filmore. Cal..
had' the misfortune to'haye his leg
r 1., uiiviun a cart and a stone and
badly bruised. Ordinarily he would
hare been laid up for two or three
"Vi.. i. "After uslnir one
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm I be
gan to feel tatter, and In three days was
entirely well. The peculiar soothing
Z....tu,L i,,Ah Chamber aln'a Pain
Balm possesses I have never noticed in
say otbir liniment. I take pleasure in
' ., 1. ti.u liniment is
also of great value for rheumatism and
Ume back. For sale by all dealers
Benson, Bhitb ft Co., General Agenta,
G. D. CHASE,
Sftfo Deposit HuHtling,
4061 Fokt St. Telephone 184
NHW COTTAGK on I.ililia St.
Parlor, 2 lied Rooms, Dining
Koom, Kitchen ami Haiti.
Stable Htc, Rent $18,00.
UIGHT ROOM HOUSU on ina
uka side or King St. Klcctric
Lights. Excellent location.
BUILDING LOTS 011 Slope of
Punchbowl, the most magnifi
cicnt view to be had in Hono
lulu. Lots graded and fenced.
Plenty soil and water. Within
3 minutes walk of the Tram cars.
These lots are on Hackfeld St.
between Green and Spencer.
Take a walk up and look at
them, there are no better lots to
be had in or around Honolulu.
Several other desirable pieces of
Tug Out Once More After the "Mysteri
The tug steamed at 8 o'clock last
night and soon after left the harbor.
This time she is "dead onto" that
schooner with the ten tons of Coast
opium. The schooner has been
seen, identified and it is known
she is the one reported to be 011 her
way here. If the nleu does not
"snake" her inside of two days,
then she is 110 warship.
The instructious to the tug in
clude another trip to the northward
with an eye on this island. She
took provisions for three days.
It is likely the tug reached the
coast of Kauai this morning. She
went out under scaled orders.
These recent trips of the tug are
the results of conferences between
the customs department and the
Government. The authorities base
the wisdom of the venture upon
stocks of information received from
what is believed to be perfectly re
The French flowers now for sale
by L. B. Kerr are exquisite and
would make stunning leis for
friends leaving by the Australia.
The Honolulu beauties prefer how
ever to adorn their own hats with
The house occupied by John de
Fries at Puuloa, Pearl Harbor, was
burned to the grouud Sunday while
the family were away. The work
is thought to have been incendiary,
and arrests may be made.
Evan's opera house and Wirth's
circus tent were both well filled
with people monday evening. Pro
grams were same as on previous
evenings. Tomorrow afternoon
Wirth will have a matinee begin
ning at 3 o'clock. Tomorrow even
ing the programs at both of the
"shows" will be changed.
For Treatment Abroad.
James Lane, one of the men ar
rested at Bertelmann's during the
fight there in January, is still par
tially insane as the result of
the excitement. He still imagines
himself specially guilty. It has
been decided to send the young man
to San Francisco for treatment by a
specialist. Lane, though a giant
in stature, is only 22 years of age.
Arranalna for Ills Kaeurslons to the
Thomas Cook & Sons are arrang
ing a big excursion to Honolulu for
the spring. Circulars, giving par
ticulars, have been sent. The first
section will leave San Francisco by
the Mariposa February 6, and the
second section by the Australia
Febuary is. The trip comprehends
a thirty-six days absence from San
Francisco, twenty-two ol wntcn
will be spent in the Islands. The
round trip iare, Including all travel
ling expenses, is set at $230.
Valksrla III for Sale.
Boston. NoTember 23. Since matters
have turned out as they have In the De
fender-Valkyrie III dispute, the state
ment is made aeml-officially that the
Valkyrie Is for sale and Is now on the
lusurfenU Defeated and Aupareallr
Havana, Dec. 2. The Colon
Battalion of troops found itself for
a while in a very hazardous posl
tion at Los Buyes, in the Matizan-
lllo district, owing to a surprise uy
the insurgents. The battalion,
however, soon recovered itself and
by energetic action dislodged the
insurgents irom tueir position ana
put them to flight. The latter lost
sixty dead aqd wounded, while the
loss lor tne troops was lourteen,
General Campos is certain tne
insurgents will soon be in bis
power, as lucy uie tuaiut; givfuuu
nrivs IN A MITSIIKI.I.
Holiday gifts at Golden Rule
Notice of a land sale appear1 in
W. 1'. Sesser
and wile will be
here ten days.
same as before.
left sugar 3)4,
The Australia brought 68 bags of
mail for Honolulu.
Judge Dlckerton It still very low,
Small Hopes 01 bis recovery.
The President and a party
wlU see the circus this evening.
The Y. H. I. will hold a special
business meeting this evening.
Three drunks were given berths
in the station house last night.
Membersof Companies A BandG
are ordered to appear this evening.
The Choral Society will have
practice at 7:30 o'clock this even
ing. Gcorire Ritman has filled a claim
against this Government at Wash
The Choral Society meets this
evening at 7:30 in Y. M. I.. A.
The Australia leaves for San
I'rancisco on next Monday at
4 P- . . .
Klmeona has been given six
months on the reef for trespassing
Comnanv If. regulars, 011 the
march, telephoned from Waimanaio
nt 11 o'clock.
A deserter from the Dennington
was arrested last night and return
ed to his ship.
Mrs. 15. llooth of San I'rancisco,
sister of the late Dr. John Hrod e,
arrived by the Australia.
The leper's "Merry Christmas"
will take place next Saturday even
ing at Kaumakaplll Church.
William Nana was sent to the
Reformatory School for two years
by Judge Perry this morning.
Hawaiian Klcctric Company
meets tomorrow morning at 10 01 one was to nave tue guns at mn
o'clock, in the office of H. Hackfeld 'itary headquarters made useless.
St Co. I This was to be accomplished through
. : . . I personal friends of the soldiery
Owing to the arrival of the steam-
er last night the Sharpshooter s
Company Had 110 quorum at tueir
tr t Una i.int.n.1 llio Ctfvtf 1
of Ja'pauese goods into the house 1
-,rm',l l,v thi. nnston
Lunch Roonls.' ' . It U Jesired to
. punish only the ring-leaders.
A wharf will be built at the end Marshal Brown says he has vol
r ii,n ninra lo nuarantitie Island , umcs of evidence against the men.
upon which the new
'. . . . J!.:..r .!.
ine new uisinittnuK
plint will be piacea.
Mrs. Horace Crabbc died sud
denly last uight of heart failute.
She had many warm friends who
regret exceedingly h:r demise.
The case of J. K. Sheridan alias
W. J. Morrow and Dr. Frank
Underwood will be heard in the
District Court tomorrow morning.
Itecelver Nauieil-tliiarillan l'reseuts an
P. C. Jones has been appointed
receiver of the estate of Walter M.
Gibson, and has been authorized to
take entire charge.
Cecil Brown, guardian of Win.
C. Lane, has filed an inventory of
nil property of his charge. Personal,
mixed and real property foots up
Judge Whiting has rendered
two decisions in suns aris
ing out of the bankruptcy of
T. A. Affonso of Hawaiii.
Judge Whiting rules that two mort
gages were etlorts to give preier
euce to creditors and were therefore
fraudulent. Prayers of complaint
are granted and the mortgage deeds
are set aside.
A Ramshackle Tin-Pot AffalrT
Not by a long chalkl Its a real
legant Boston mahogany piano
that L. B. Kerr is going to give
away. Are 'you going to get it?
You. certainly wont, if you don't
MAUI IlllOAU ACltKH.
Subject of Legal Dispute
San Francisco Chron!cle.l
Another chapter In tho book of liti
gation between Cluus Spreckels and his
two sons, A. u. anu iiuuuiuu dikci-kcib,
was begun yesterday in Judge liahr's
department of tho Superior Court.
Claus Spreckels, through his attorneys.
ueinias & ouurtriue, aiipucu .v. .
was granted an injunctfon against the
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Com-
ny, RusselfJ. Wilson, Aiounuoru e.
ViUon. Charles S. Wheeler, Kudolph
Spreckels and U. J. Iloffacker, restrain
ing tnem irom proceiuuig mime, w ...
action brought by them in the Circuit
rvinrt of Hawaii. 'at Honolulu, upon Oc
tober 1st of this year, to restrain Claus
Hpret-kels irom sewing orueauuK in ww
acres of valuable land on the Island of
Crabhk In this city, December
n 180c. of heart failure. bUza.
beth Meek, beloved wife of
Horace D. Crabbe, aged 54 years,
c. months and 20 days.
aTVFuueral from the family
residence. Nuuanu avenue, this
(Tuesday) afternoon at 3 o ciocic,
Friends and acquaintances are re
spectfully invited to attend.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal-Midwinter Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
K pure Cripe Creim of Tartar Powder. Fres
from Ammonii, Alum or any other sdqlteranf,
la all the gnat Hotels, the leading
Clubs and theTiomes, Dr, Price's Cream
BakMg Powder holds Its supremacy.
40 Year tho Standard.
LEWIS& CO. AQENTS, HONOLULU, H,
TIIK COiNSI'IRACY CASKS.
llll-.ll.OAN AWI tJNIiKllMnUll Mi Ml
IN A 1 1 A 1 1 IHIX
MuraliHt Itrowh't Cmnirht-.Mn atil
T It m,
J. K. .Sheridan alias W. J. Mor
row and Dr. I'rauk Underwood,
the two gentlemen of the Coast,
who stand charged with conspiring
to overthrow the Government, have
rested quietly behind prison bars
today. Dr. Underwood was at'
rested by Detective Van Giescu last
evening after a steady chase of
several hours. He was Informed
early in the afternoon that a war
rant was out for him, alter which
he steered clear of his usual haunts.
At dark he appeared at his room,
evidently to carry away something,
and found officers searching the
house. He was unknown
to the police, however, and
walked quietly away before they
discovered who he was. Van Glcscn
was soon on his trail, however,
and in an hour landed him in jail.
Underwood is a man nearly fifty,
tall, large and a little gray. He
appears to be cither mentally un
balanced or a crank. He is a man
who would doubtless undertake
anything, however foolish or dar
ing. Ills lricnd blicriclau traveled
with him Irom San I'rancisco and
the two roomed at the same place
here. Sheridan is n young man,
tall, sleuder( with light complexion
and black mustache, and wears a
gray suit and black felt hat.
Ilotli men Untied Here almost
dead broke. A fellow passenger
helped them to go: ashore. Undrr
wood has worked two weeks at the
new refrigerator works: Sheridan
has done nothing.
The conspiracy, it is charged,
was cliecteil partly at tuc coast
and partly here." They were the
apostles of a movement tu be
organized, but which really had
gained no great head way. They
were laying plans for an uprising
of a character that would have
proved serious. There was Coast
help, but the bulk of the force was
to be local.
Several local parties are named as
being actively in the conspiracy
with the two filibusters. The duty
whomi it wa3 thought, could be
..worket," others were in it for
varjouS branches of the lay-out.
Underwood and Sheridan were to
be the generals of the army, and
other persons were named as under
officers. No others will be arrested
...111 ll,.. In ll.n rnof
Continuing be said: Ine men
will not be given the option of leav
iug. We will give them a different
style of lesson. We will have no
trouble in proving their guilt and
they must take the consequences."
The case was called in the Dis
trict Court at 9:30 this morning.
Defendants asked for a postpone
ment of triat to tomorrow that they
might sec Consul Mills. Granted.
The prisoners, it is charged, have
offered overtures to certain Hono
lulu people who might be thought
to desire au overthrow of the Re
public. clocks Must Uo.
Ehlers & Co. are holding a spec
ial sale of men's socks. These
goods were formerly sold at $3 per
dozen; you can buy them now for
2. They are fast black. 1 liese
socks must go.
An Estimate of the Numbers Blsln lly
C0.VSTANTIN0PI.K, Nov. 25, via
Sofia, Nov. 26. Now that matters
seem to be quieting down again
here and in the Asiatic provinces,
people are beginning to form au es
timate of the amount of damage
done and the number of lives lost
during the recent disturbances.
Well-iuforniea Armenians estimate
the losses through the events which
have just takeu place in Anatolia
alone at 150,000,000 aud the num
ber of victims at 40,000.
San Francisco, Nov. 29.
Through the soft gray drizzle that
fell in San Francisco yesterday 14,
000 people saw the picked and
tried elevens of the State's two
universities roll and plunge and
scramble on a, muddy gridiron, aud
saw the fifth annual intercollegiate
football game end m a tie that was
exciting enough to have been a
It was the third tie in tue list 01
Califoruiau contests a record
broken by two Stanford victories,
one in 1891 and one iu 1895.
Willing to Arbitrate.
Rio Jankieo, Nov. 28. Pres
ident Moraes has agreed to submit
to arbitration the contention of Hug-
laud over the island of Trinidad, as
proposed by Great Britain.
San Francisco, Nov. 30. As
he sat in Court yesterday Durrant
said that the Supreme Court was
now his only hope.s He was sure
that Judge Murphy would not grant
him a new trial. r
In Favor of lludolph.
18. r. Curonlcla.
Rudolph Spreckels scored a big
victory yesterday in the matter of
the suit commenced against him
last May by his father, Claus Spree
kels, and his mother, Anna Spree
kels. The action was brought to
recover 5000 shares of the stock of
the Paauhau Plantation Company,
worth tsoo.ooo, given by Claus
Spreckels to bis sou as a gift. Judge
Slack yesterday sustained a de
murrer to the amended complaint
and so decided the points of law
that the decision on demurrer prac
tlcally disposes of the case in favor
of the deleuaant,
TUB 1I0UKIIN WOT1IKH
Has found that her little ones are Im
B roved mora uyuie pieaaani lazaure,
vruo of Kiss, when in need of tht
laxative effect of a gtntle remedy than
by any other, and that It la more accept,
able to them. Children enjoy it ani( it
benefits them, The true remedy. Syrup
of Figs, Is manufactured by the Cajifor;
nla rig eyrup i, oniy,
lllgheit of all in U.tening Power. Uleil U.S.Gor't Report
1111,0 CO. ON Tllh MOOT.
A IK roll A MATCH VUri! COMPANY
It IIP TIIK M II. II.
Agrrnl for .Un. I -lUllallon Drill To.
The Citizens Guard of Hilo
wishes a challenge from Company
II for a match shoot. I! wilt clinl
lengc for January 1st. II. C
Austin, captain of the Guard com'
pany at Hilo, will be asked to score
for H and will doubtless do so. 11
mc'i think the Guard will be at an
advantage In having few regulations
with reganl to tue snoot
The first battalion, l'irst Reg
iment, Major McLeod, will drill
this evening. Companies will form
at 7 and move at 7:30 sharp.
Company u win 1101a an import
ant busineM meeting this evening.
Company 11 will nave t suort
business meeting after drill this
evening. Among other matters to
receive attention, three new mem
bers will be taken in.
Company II had a large turnout
anil a good drill last night. Stack
ing arms was a festute of the drill.
The Tour class uictttU lor tue
Regimental shocts will b finished
by Jncobsen today and will be
placed on exhibition this evening.
These will be shot for during the
first six months of next year, the
two highest scores of each month
Lights in the drill tliea went our
on II Company about 9 o'clock last
Capta'ti Ilroome and Lieutenants
Schaefer ami Johnston have been
appointed the non-com officers ex
Pacific Lodge, If. niul A. M.,
elected last night the following of
ficers: H. 1J Cooper, R. W. M.;
John Phillips, S. W.; 1'. I). Auer-
bicli, J. V.; V. U. Atwater, treas
urer; II. H. Williams, secretary.
Other officers will be filled next
TIIK .MCAItAmlA OA NAT..
Have lite tlovernmeiit t'on
Manaoua, November 25. liuro
peans here have been trying to
induce the Government of Nicara
gua to annul the canal contract en
tered into with citizens of the
United States. As a result, the
opinion of Judge Darte of the
Supreme Court has been requested
ou.the subject. The official report
of the general agent of the Nicara
gua canal has been made public,
aud Is adverse to the construction
of the canal under the supervision
of the United States Government.
(Wauls Mere Iilaml.
Washington, November 27.
Admiral Klrklaud, who arrived at
tlie Brooklyn Navy Yard a day or
so ago from Paris, has asked the
Secretary of Navy for appointment
as commandant at the Mare Island
Navy Yard. Secretary Herbert is
believed to favor the appoint
ment later, but is not ready to
make it at present.
De!h of Dumas.
Paris, Nov. 27. Alexander Du
mas died peacelully at 7:47 o'clock
this evening, surrounded by his
family. While his physicians and
friends had become convinced that
his case was hopeless and death
only a question of time, it was not
expected the end would come so
tr at Liberty anil Traveling As At
Chicago, Nov. 21. Kugene-V,
Debs became a free man again at
12 o'clock tonight. His term of
six montus imprisonment in the
Woodstock jail came to an end at
that time. He has already laid
plans that will keep him very much
belore tue public. lie said last
night that he had arranged to visit
all the principal cities 111 the conn
try, primarily in the interest of the
A. R. U., but combining his ellorts
also to bring organized labor into a
Was Close to Ttojutty.
CoWES, Isle of Wight, Nov. 2L Sir
Henry Ponsonby, formerly private sec
retary to Queen Victoria and Keeper of
the t'rlvy I'urse, died this morning of
I'KIHSIIKD ritOM STARVATION.
Twenty eight Thousand Meals Died Frum
This Cause This Rensou,
Washington, Nov. 30. An
official report received at the Treas'
ury Department states that by ac
tual count 28,000 seals died of star
vatiou on the Pribyloff islands last
summer, because their mothers had
been killed at sea, and that fully
5000 more were ou tne Islands in
starving condition, and would die
Deiure tne season ciosea
It is estimated that at this rate of
loss the seals of the Behrine sea will
have becomeextinct within tbe next
three or four years at the farthest
Light on the elonaacu
Such Is the verdict of all those
that have tried Stalllt Jl racing
and Mailing Co.'s product.
Home beers lie heavy on the
That is certainly not desire
Avoid such beers.
My using tne fiatnttr" or
"Olymfic" brand you are sure of
mild, light beer, one that is easy
to digest arm nutritious, uu
draught at Criterion Saloon,
Tired, Weak, Nervous,
Means luiimro lloud. and overwork or to
much strain on hralu and liodv. TLaonlv
way to cure Is to fowl the nerves on pure
Mood. Thousands of ieopla certify that the
lawi bioou punner, tue nets nerve lonro aim
strenirth builder is Hood's KarsaiMirilla.
What It has done for cOUers It will alsq do
for you UQuu- uurue,
Hood's rill" curs constipation hy re
storing ierstaltio actluu
AND HAWAII TIOIU.KD.
I ItlllT KAIITIIlJt'AKi: Mtot'K" VI Mil:
FDI.T ON 1IIK ISLAM).
Npeetallr Severe at Pen-In Kan-lltiort
Hist Hie Volcano Is Again
About 10 o'clock Sunday night
eight distinct, ftvere earthquake
shock, were ftlt at Puualuu, Knu,
'and other places 011 the west side of
I Hawaii. Three heavy shocks were
ftlt at ICallua. In Kau there was
considerable excitement, owing to
a report that the Volcano was over
flowing at an alarming rate. The
Halt was at Punaluu and was badly
shaken. The shocks were specially
severe at sea. It is reported that
several of tlie crew of the Hall were
thrown from their bunks by the
At Kalltm the shocks were
severe, though not so bad as fur
ther down the coast. A riort was
current there that the volcano had
suddenly become very active. This
could not, at the time the Iwalsul
left, lie verified. No reports front
Maul as yet.
An Oih letter.
Honolulu business men should
tcmember that they have a good
chance to win the $350 piano that
L U. Kerr is donating for a New
Year's gift. For Instance; Invest
in a piece of cloth enough for a suit
and get a coupon.
Hie I'rael.lriit Will l...vc I'iiIIIIm anil
?lnke a Tour.
St. Paul, Dec. 1. In conversa
tion with a couple of friends at the
Ryan Hotel today, the closest friend
that President Cleveland has, aside
from his political associates per
haps the closest friend outside of
his family Joseph Jefferson, the
veteran actor, said that President
Cleveland was finishing his last
term in the While House, and after
March 4, 1897, would become an
ex-President and would remain so.
His first diversion will be a tour of
It lor ll.iUour.
London, Nov. 29. Sentence
was pronounced yesterday on Jabez
S. Balfour, convicted of fraud.
H.tlfour was sentenced to fourteen
years penal servitude.
Pimples cured by Hedillnc'a Hussla
Salve. -'SC. All ilrUKRlsts I10I.1.ISTEK
Daua COMi"A!.Y, Agents.
sicmK timiuiili: IN OOltKA,
Americans Raid tu Have lleen Involi
in tbe C'ouvplrnrr.
St. Phtkrshuko, Dec. 2. An
other disturbance broke out 111
Seoul, the capital ol Corea, 011
November 28th. It was stated, on
authority, that there were Araeri
cans mixed up in tbe conspiracy
The Japanese deny that they have
had anything whatsoever to do
with thia latest conspiracy iu Corea,
but they are now inclined to think
tlie retirement of the Japanese
troops will be a sigu for all the old
troubles to recommence as iu form
San Francisco, Dec. 2. The
Board of Police Commissioners ycS'
terday reappointed Chief Crowley
for a term of two years, ending on
the first Monday in December,
1807. According to law the term
of the Chief of Police expires 011 the
first Monday m December.
At TO HAWAII.
Horoscope Tut Out 11 a Familiar New
NuwYokk, Dec. 2. TheJtralJ,
n its congressional horoscope, con
eludes that the Cuban insurgents
are to be recognized, "As. to the
Hawaiian matter, it is doubtful
whether the Senate will concur in
the bill which the house may pass
to annex the Islands. By joint
action the Monroe doctrine will be
interpreted for the enlightenment
of other nations, but there will be
a partisan difference of views as to
the working and intent ol the reso
Klmsciian, (Bohemia), Nov
2o. Count von Taaile, Austrian
statesmau, died this morning.
- Circus -
Proprietor Harry Wirth
Manager- - j. j, uameron
The fcuccvMH of tlie Yean no luch remark
Uy large anil uleadlly sustained attendance
hmt eMr Um rworuutl by any circus which
ti viMuxi Honolulu.
Hint bur ojwnlng we have had
Crowded anl Mighted Andiences
The amusement Eohiff iove ot Honolulu
and the vfcliiitr are Hani wt'tf ullv auiurud
that tbr will I) well repaid (or their vUltto
TIIK KKCUKltCUK KNTKUTAINMKNT
ComiirUing a constellation of artiU and
excellently irainea nones irom a com una
tlon of talent rarely If ever seen in one
TUESDAY, Deo. 10th,
Last Tim of the rsrnt Programme,
fSTTomorrow, WBDNK8DAY Tw.i
Urand lVrforiuancett. Afternoon at
o'clock, Evening at N o'dot k.
And first grand change of programme.
18 New Items 18
And (tread I'roductlou of the
SHNSATIONAL STAG HUN
AND ENGLISH HTKKI'LECIIAHK.
And a realistic, nUrtliift and excising pro
duction In which, all tbe Cuinjmny takes
Iiart. Any lady or euiiiuuati are cordially
nvitedto join our own (leople In the chase,
iiruviuinK my suppir meir own uorsua,
1 A WlrilTlCU KAU1I
The season js limited, as arrangements are
made ahead fur tbe ajijtoarat.ee of this
laientea enterprise in oiuer place.
Frlcos as usual, Heaervud tickc-U
i t 1 nil sunt iiiimi nil; toAsrin
Loading tisasral t'argnes-Atrltats and
llviallares -Moles ot the tltly
The Ke Au llw left lilts nttrHtng for
Kahukii ami 1'uimlua,
Two Mirf boat, tabeussti at lighters
at Hilo, nre brought on IMiipsjk f tlie
The Hawaiian bark It, P. Itltlitt Hvle
the Hay City in llfleen day Having an
rlred on Nov. 20.
The sloop Kalulani left for Sing
Cliong ,t Co.'s tint plantation ot lVorl
miy lor a rice oargo.
The schooner John (1. North arrived
at Ban Kraiielsoo on Nov. 90, thirteen
lists from Hunoipu, Hattalt.
Tho Nminmt street wharf Is Mng
imckpu wiin sugar, i no iwniani eugnr
was discharged tlitre this meriting.
Tlie -eclKXHier Kaulllua has hren re
paired and refltted tbrouglMiut. The
vessel formerly occupied a iositlon In
There is no likelihood of any of the
merchantmen getting nuny with n
mi gar cargo for a while, llmt utlicle
ooiiilng In in slow order.
The Iftrk 11. llackfeld has bfeu mov
ed nwny from the Pacific Mall whnrf lo
make room for the Alameda due from
the Colonies Thursday.
The yacht Hray is tied up hard and
fftet near the old Piahniarket wharf.
Her sails are undent nnd Paddy Curtis
keat a sealous eye on his pride.
Tho bark Archer left San I'rancisoo
on Nov. J7 for Honolulu and tho Mhoon
er Jennie Wand three daya after for
Kahului. Both carry general enrgoe.
Tbe st Miner Jamaa Makes oame In
this morning from tho (larden Islo. She
brought a Unlit cargo consisting innlnli-
of rloe. Twelve deck paaaeugers oame
Vessels up and load Iu con the Coast
for Mils port are tho barks Albert nnd
ml raw Welch. bukentlnesH. O. Wild
er awl H. N. Cattle and tho schooner
Tlie barksntlnes 8. N. Castle and B. O.
Wilder made good trips to Han l'ran.
oieco, bolh arriving on Nov. US. Thirteen
and fourteen dais respectively from
The noann greyhound China will be
i here from Yokohama and Hontr
Kong on Monday morning, the ldih
Inst, on her way to Han I-'rauclsoo, As
the China is a fast boat she may be ox-
tcttJ to urop in ounuay evening.
The xitV Coryphcno left Newcastle,
N. S. W., on Nov. Soil for Honolulu and
was followed by tho shlpTam O'Shanter
and schooner King Cyrus on Nor. 2-Mli
aud SOili resjiectively. Tney carried full
cargoes of coal consigned lo dllfrrcnt
run at una port.
Japanese merchants assert that they
have found It necoasnry to charter
steamers to run lo Honolulu on account
f Hie regular line not beit.g able to
handle the freight. The steamers are
chartered through the locul Japanese
The steamer Kinau left for Maul and
Hawaii at 10 o'clock this morning. Hix
California mules, which were being
lilniied to Hawaii, caused n little ux-
cltement while being handled hy tho
steamer people, iney were got saiciy
iioouru. ftne loox n light passenger nsi.
The four-masted schooners built at
Humhuldt Hay areot tho following net
tonnage : Muriel (she carries a
roreyaril tn ailiiition lo tier rore-nnii-ait
spars), Hangor 480, Ethel Zino 473, Sal
vndor 411 The threo-masters Lizzie
Vance and Oceania Vance are each 413
tons. Commercial Acira.
The S. S. Australia, II. C. Houdlette
in command, arrived at 8:30 o clock yi
tordnr evenimr. 0 days. 0 hours and SO
minutes from Han Francisco. .Southeast
to Southwest winds were felt all the way
with showery weather, un IJoc. o. at
6:30 a. m., the City of Peking was met,
52? miloa from Honolulu. No signals
wero exchanged. The Australia will
return to the Uolden Gate on Monday
next. She brought, besides a heavy
cargo, 43 cabin and U0 steerage passen
gers and CS bags mail for this port.
Tlie steamer Iwalani, Captain Hmytlie,
came In today from Hawaii, rejiorting
a pleasant trfn. The earthquakes which
visited the Island ot uauu on Alonuay
night and Tuesday morning were felt
on that part of the big Island visited by
tho steamer. The Walaleale was lying
at anchor at Kailua when the first shock
was felt. The shake-up was so severe
that it awoke all tho men on board who
had retired. In the Kau district eight
distinct and tevere shocks were fell.
Numerous messages were received
through the telephone regarding the
renewed uctlvity of the Volcano, but
there were, so many versions, that the
steamer eople were confused and re-
ruse to believe the Btorles. ihe nail
will bring definite news.
IMS') KMUt: 114.
From San Francisco, per stmr Austra
lia. Deo 11 Mrs A F Alluiaml 'and
daughter, Dr (ien 1' Andrews and wife,
ansa Andrews, l 11 Atherton and wire,
Miss Atherton, Dr Ilradbury, Mrs Kd
ward lioth. Mrs M I llrown. Miss Cha
ffec, Vi' O Clark and wife, Miss Minnie
Clark, 8 M Dodge, Mrs B A Fraser and
infant. A A llobson, JefTerson Hogan
and wife, F I. Holland, Henry Hughes,
Paul IsenlierK, U Kunst, Mrs A Moore
and child, Mrs I. U McCreary, J II
Olcott, Mh-a draco Patterson, M Phillips,
nermann ronnnann, sirs u ll Kenton,
II ltenies. Mrs J Iilchards. Mrs Theo
Itlchards, T F ttauborn, W I'1 Sesser and
wife. T A Smith, O II Hnaldlng, J U
Van Itjn and wife, and 20 in steerage.
For Hawaii, ner stmr Hawaii. Deo 0
Mrs Dunn, Miss Dunn and 13 deck.
I or Kahuku. ner stmr Ke Au Hou.
uac iu w u nine anu i uecK.
lor Maul and Hawaii, per atuir Kinau
Dec 10 1'uul Urode. Kllen Urede. W It
Blnis, E D Ualdwln, Dr Nichols, T H
Kay. J F Crown and son. YY C HolliiiS'
head. J SMutrhead. M Ulno. M Chlmu
ra, M Kaaamatsu, lltjhimyzu, C Shio
zawa, llro llertram, Mrs Frazer and
child, Mr Uarkhouse, Prof Mustek, A
Moore and wife and (10 deck.
Monday, Dec 0
S S Australia, Houdlette. from San
Tuesday, Deo 10
Btmr Iwalani. Bmythe. from Hawaii
Stmr James Makue. Peterson, from
Tuesday, Deo 10
Htnir Kinau. Clarke, for Maui and
Stmr MIkahala. Uaclund. for norts
Stmr Claudine. Cameron, for Maul
Stmr K Au Hou. Thompson, for
Kahuku and Punaluu.
Stmr Walaleale, Urecorv. for liana'
ruaulu, Kllauea, Kalihlwni and Hanalei.
VKHtKI.S LKAVINtl TOJIOlinotV,
Kaala, Thompson, for Oaliu
hi James Mikee, from Kauai, Deo
10144 bags rlco and 5 iikgs sundries.
V.x Iwrtlanl, Irom Hawaii, Deo 10
vm bags sugar, SS head cattle and 13
You can put up the most delicate
fruits, uncooked, by using Antiferraen
tine, anil in six months thev will Im m
natural In appearance and tasto as when
I attain llealjr lllsgraeed.
San I'rancisco, December 2,
Captain Michael A. Healy of the
revenue cutter Hear could not recon
cile himself to his removal from the
command of that vessel, and he
now occupies a hard cot In the
Home for Inebriates at North
ALL A .0X0 T
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Solo of Public Lands In tho Dis
trict of Puna, Hawaii.
On 8A rUH PAY, J.inuary litis, 1W
nt IK o'cli.ck iiunn at I be front cntrnnrv
of .hi.llcl.iry IltilMIng, will Ih sold nt
rublio Auction 6 lotsof lands in 1h.1uo
ami Ksmailu, l'una, llawnil.
So. Aer I'net fp.et
IM Kurvey I'rke
1 80 H7.80 ift&O
S ISO t..V) 4oO
a 150 SJ. 50 450
4 150 MM 450
5 50 1,50 150
TKitug ami Conditions.
No person will lio allowed to iiurrhnso
inorv than one lot.
The terms of tho aalo nre cash, or. nt
tho option of tho purchaser, onu fourth
of the purchase price rash ami the re
mainder iu equal instalments in one,
two and three years, with Interest paya
ble seml-nnnually at tho rato of seven
per cent. er nrinuru.
l:.ich purchaser shall begin substan
tial cultivation and Improvement of his
lot during tho first year and shall con
tinue such cultivation through the
succeeding two years.
At the end of the third years if all
conditions have been performed by pur
chaser, ho shall receive patent confer
ring lee Blmple Title.
l'alluro to perform tho nlxivo condi
lions shall work forfeiture of interest in
In case of forfeiture, land to lie sold
at auction by the Government, and If
such sale result in advance on the
original price, the original purchaser to
receive therefrom tho amounts of his
payments to the government on account
of purchase, without tho Interest, and
a pro rata share In such nd'-atico In
proportion to the amounts of his pa
ments. If such salo shall result, how
ever, in a less price than Ihe original,
the amount returnable to him shall be
charged with a pro rata amount of such
lecreaBO proportioned to the amounts
of his payments.
An agreement shall bo signed by each
purehaser,.wlth the Government, cov
ering these conditions, and an assign
ment of such agreement shall work a
The government reserves the right to
a strip CO feet wide ncross these lots If
tho same is needed for extension of a
main road in Puna, said strip to bo
takelf without compensation if across
Each purchaser shall nav the cost of
sifrvey together with the llrst instal-
ment of the purchase price Immediately
after the sale.
Plan showing survey may bo sean nt
the Publlo Lands Ofllce; Judiciary
liuildlng, Honolulu, or at the oillco of
E. D. Ilaldwln, Hilo, Hawaii, tthcre
further particulars can be obtained.
J. F. DROWN,
Agent of Publlo Lands.
Attention Company A.
Co.. N. O.II
nber 0, IBM.
Every member of this com
mand is lierebv ordered to
appear at the Drill Shed and
report TUESDAY EVENING, Deo
rmuer luiu, at 4 o ciocic lor llattalion
White trousers and leggings.
t3TNu excuse eicept sickness.
PAUL MM ITU.
KU2t Captain Commandlnir.
Attention Co. Ji.
Armory Co. II, First
Itegiment, N, O. II.
December 10. Ib93.
Lery member of this
Command is hereby order
ed Tto annear nt iIia nHII
Shed TUESDAY EVENINO, Dember
10, lMtt, at 70 o'clock. White trousers
arlio excuse except for sickness.
E. O. WII1TK.
633 It Captain Commandlnir.
Attention Co. G.
Headquarters counutny O,
N. a. II. '
Honolulu, December t, 1HDJ.
hvery member or this
Company is heiebr ordered
to annearnt tha Drill Hl.u.1 In
uniform and with arms THIS (Tuesday)
EVENINO. December 10. lBflS. t7.Jn
No excuse except sickness.
JNO. M. KEA.
033-lt Lieutenant Commandlnir.
. Positively Prevented
"BRUSH'S REMEDY FOR SEASICKNESS,"
Tho Only Known Specific that will Invariably Proven
" Aral do Mor," 3
Ottiiianlooil l'orfootly Ilurmlosm,
Benson, Smith A Co.;
AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLAND!. - '
ADlieo of Mccllnf.
A Vpesjht Merlins? ff the Hlnckhol Jers
(la Hawaiian rarajTitig CO.
I IA held In Ihe oflle rf II. Hackfeld
Ot. M VVHhS'llSDAY mbrnlnr,
pVr nth, at 10 o clock, A full
iIshca I desired s Imsinrss of Im-
X1TI lie (mnslilsrrd.
VM. W. II ALU
mt Hety. Haw. Klcctric Co,
, All lllllsduoMllDniltOS A qO.,whlch
standing innrs ltisnlhrMih
niiTillis nuitt Im paid by Ihe 15th .Inst,
er (hey will go in the
Iiands of a Col-
This Is final.
MflDEIItOS At CO.
Honolulu, Dec. 9. 1MI1.
All wrons indebted to the firm ot
the lale J. T. Wsterhnuso, I. e , all o
neurits owing previous to March l I8V3,
nre notllliil to settle same la-fors Jan. I,
IM at the ollice of J. T.
Ihe Al Mvemtbtp
Will leave Honolulu for the
above iort on
Monday, Doc. 10th,
AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M.
The undersigned aro now prepared to
Initio through tickets from this City to
nil (M,ints In tho United States.
gJ0 For further particulars regard
ing I reight or Passage, apply to
VM. (1. IltWIN .t CO.. L'I.
83.1-5t Ocneral Agents.
In Honolulu, of the
Tlie TsAKIZAWA. FAMILY
Acrobats from Ozaka.
At tho Corner ot
Merchant nnd Richards 8ts.
These famous acrobats are the wonder
of tho 10th Century. Their feats of
Head Balancing, Juggling, Trapeit Work,
Riding ol Bf cycle and Chair Balanc
ing on Slack Wire.
Do not fail In too theco artists from
tho Orient Tiicksiiay I-Jveninu, Die.
5tii. Performance commences at 8
Admission: Adults BOc; Children
2Bc; Rosorvod Seats 70o.
Seats on salo at HaUding.
ciw t ...
Notary PDilic and Typewriter.
I I KAAHUMANU 8T.
P. O. Ilox 330. Teleplions 854.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
For tho Winter and 'Xmas Season :
Woolen Dress Goods
of every Description and Style at tbt
very Lowest wasn mces. tor sale by
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
of prcvcutiiifr disea8o is
greater than tho skill of
is a great "inedicinu water
by reason of its purity and
freedom from mineral salt.
Water highly charged with
mineral salt is absorbed but
slowly in tho blood. Coronado
Water taken in tho stomach
enters into tho circulation im
mediately, takes up tho poison
ious, feverish matter in tho
blood and passes it ofr frcoly
by tho kidneys.
"pocUlly bent nclsl In all kUoer and
bladder affections, anil tolliose whose srstsin
lias undergone thelitfe that favor apoplssvl
can, with the greatest confidence, edvlse
(Vronaile aler as a constant drink.' Dr.
Iteuionillno, author of "Lonferltr and Cli
mate." For tale by Ihe bottle, or in rate of
ptntt and quart t.
CORONADO MINERAL WATER CO.
"Star" Eltctrie Works
v st , " . 1 i
sO IS I ' .1 k I ' dJ.. r t