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THK HAWAIIAN STAR, SISPTKMIMR 17, 1897.
Vr-i. fl. Hackfeld & Co. l.Ml'OUT MIS AM) WII((I.KHAL.Kim -OF- Dry Goods, Such 119 .Prints, (linghiunn, Cottons, Sheetings. D-Miinn, Tiokintr, Re gatta, Drills, Mosquito Net ting, Curtains. Lawns. DRESS GOODS. ZEPHYRS. ETC In tlie Latest Styles. TAILOR'S GOODS. IN FULL ASSORTMENT. SUosiuM, Sleeve Linings. StifT Linen, Itnl tan Cloth, Moleskin, Meltons, Sorgo, Knmmgnrna, Etc. (Mine, Underwear, Shawls Blankets?, Quilts, Towels, Table Cod ers, Napkins. HnndkerchiotB, Gloves, Hosiery, Hats, Um brellas, Rug.sand Carpets, Kthbons, Licos and v Knibroidei'ies, Cut lery, Perfum ery, Soaps Etc. A LARGE VARIETY OF SADDLES Vienna and Iron Harden Furniture, Koohstein & Seller Pianos, Iron Bedsteads, Etc., Etc., Etc. American and European Grocers, Liu, uors, Beers and Mineral Water, Oils and' Pdints, Zinc, Lead, Plain Galvanized Iron, Railroad Iron, etc. Hawaiian Sugar and Itice; Goldon Gate, Diamond, Speirys. Merchant's n Eldorado Flour, Salmon, Corned ( Beef, etc., For sale on the most liberal terms and at the lowest prices by XL IIACOELD & CO. ML 1. 118 1 1 (LIMITED.) Merchants and Com mission Agents. ry Ooods, ardware? roceries. CURLY CUT DAGGER" BR'.ND Just Received PER HARK ALBERT. 12 Head OP FINE STR0N8 MULES W., II Cafe Henry Waterliouse'a Olllce, HONOLULU, II. I. H. MA.Y & CO. Wholesale a Retail GROCERS 1)3 Fort Street. Both Telephones 23. P. O. Box 47 Smoking Tobacco. I 1 The Hit ..of the. Season.... Is in a do by Aycr's Sarsa parllla. At this season, when warm and de bilitating days aro with us, thcro Is noth ing like Aver's Sarsaparllla to put new life into tho slug gish system. It sweeps away tho dullness, lack of appe tite, languid ness, nnd pain, as a broom sweeps away cobwebs. It does not braco up. It builds up. Its benefit is lasting. Do you ieel run down ? Take Sarsaparilla, PREPARED BV OR. J. C. AYEfl 1 CO., Lowell, Mass., U.S. A. Aver. I'ills, Jlild but Effective HOLLISTIR DRUG- CO., WHOLESALE AGENTS. Having established a modern plan) for Hulling, rolisbing and Assorting Ccilee, we are prepared to buy and Clean Coffee in the parchment. Moderate Charge made for Cleaning Coffee. Apply to tl. HACKFELD & CO. WAIKIKI LOTS FOR SALE. There are 107 Choice LbtfcJ for sale at Yaikiki, right nmuka of the end of the tramway line. Several lots are facing the Makee Island band stand. This is one of the best locations near the Sea Beach. The ground is as ievel as a billiard table. For prices and terms appty w. c. m k co. REAL ESTATE BROKERS, Pabst'i Milwaukee Beer Challenges Comparison for Purity and Brilliancy, But is not placed in coninoti ion with Cheap Brands. It will, as heretofore be sold at reasonable market rates. t C, PEACOCK CO,, Ltd, SOLE AGENTS. Ghas. J. Faneuf, Practical Horseshoer. Special attention paid to Horses Forging, interfering, stumb X' ling etc. 401 Alakea Bt. Tel. 975 a If Of I SURVIVORS MOW Till: OLD HARK SOLADOX WAS LOST. Survivors Out 11 Month ut Sea In tin Open llont Sail Death of the Cap 1 11 1 it and Mate. A full account of the wreck of the IS'or'wcglnn bark Solution, wrecked on Stnrbtiel; Island, while bound' for thU port, nnd the adventures of the mini wirs of her crew, Is contained, in a re cent Issue of the Sydney Commercial News and Shipping List. It is given herewith: The .N'orweglnn bark Soladon, i(M',0 tons, Captain .Jaeger, which left New castle July 1.1, ism), with 1-474 tons of CardifV'eoal for Honolulu, was totally wrecked on the night of August 7th. On the dale mentioned, when the ves sel was going at the rale of seven knots, she struck Starbuck Island. This island Is situated about 700 miles to the northward of Penrhyn Islands, and 1000 miles northwest of the Mnt quesns. In fifteen minutes there was four feet of water in her hold. Two boats were launched, containing eight .men each. They had some Tood, a chart, a compass, but no sextant, and tried to make Maiden Island, but fail ed. The same bad fortune resulted in an attempt to find Christina's Island. When eleven days out one of the boats capsized, but all the occupants were lescued except the chief mate, Krls- t mil scilson. When seventeen (lav out Captain Adolf Jaeger died. He had been ill since the ship left New castle. "When twenty-three days out the provisions' were itnished, except the last five pounds of meat, which was snared between fourteen men. On meal lasted three davs. Occasional rain supplied drinking wnter. All of tliem were reduced to skeletons more dead than alive. SI,k days after ward they sighted hoplun Island, and drove straight on the reel, i liev were cast ashore, the boat being smashed to pieces. The occupants lay on the beach unable to stand until assisted by the natives, who showed them tliu greatest kidness. They livOd there on eocoanuts, sea birds and turtles. On the seventh day on the island the car pentei Tollah Olsen died from the effects of exposure in the boat. The others remained on the island for ten months and ten days, till the arrival of the steamer Clyde. They were then taken to Suva, and transferred to the bark Kilen, bound for Sydnev. The Ellen left Suva on AugusMth for Svd ney. "The Soladon was chartered by Mr. J. Johnson, and came to Newcastle to the agency of Mr. H. H. Wallace. The cargo was insured for .C.'iir, in the Australia Alliance office, and the total amount was paid several months ago.'' HULKS FOR FISHING VESSELS. Records Must be Kept for Government Information. Secretary Gage of the United States Treasury department has cut out some statistical work for the masters of lishing vcascIs. The Secretary pro poses that hereafter the fishermen shall keep books and make regular returns of their luck, so that the Com missioner of Fish and Fisheries shall be enabled to prepare annually reli able data as to the llsh taken in the American waters. Circulars have been sent to the Collectors of Customs instructing them that "Whenever the owner, mas ter or agent of a fishing vessel of five tons or upwards shall present himself at a custom house for the purpose of obtaining or renewing his marine pa pers to obtain from him so far as is practicable the information required by the Commissioner of Fish' and Fish- cries and forward the same each and every month. The masters of fishing vessels will lie expected to state the. names of their vessels, net tonnage, value of .their vessels, name of owner or agent nnd postofliee address, the fishing port to which the earim was delivered, the number in the crew am the nuinlier of shore liands employed. "In addition the number and value of the following articles will have to be stated: Purse seins, gill nets, hand and trawl nets, lap nets, pots, dredges, rakes and tongs, boats and amount and value of the outputs In provisions, fuel, salt, ice, nnd bait, as well as the value of the shore proper ty in the way of wharves, houses, etc., utilized during the fishing season. Separate account must also be render ed of the weight and value of all llsh taken in the different kinds of nets employed and a separate return made for t lie bnss, herring, sturgeon, perch, pike and pike perch, trout, white fish, etc. The data thus collected will sim ply reliable statistics of the great American fisheries." NEW 1IARI10R DEFENSE. Pensacola, Flu., Sept. G. The Army and Navy departments have deei l.-d to strengthen the defenses of this har bor, the President linviug issued an army order setting apart about 27U acres of the naval timber reservation on the mainland extending into the bay and opposite to the city about four miles distant for military and naval defenses. It is understood that batteries for sixteen guns .are to be erected there. These guns will com mand the entire inner harbor, the na vy yards and the city. "My boy came home from school one" day with his hand badly lacerated and bleeding, nnd suffering great pain," says Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros. Drug Company of St. Louis. Mo. I dressed the wound, and applied Cham- Derinni's l'nin mum freely. All pain ceased, nnd in u remarkably short time it healed without leaving a scar. For wounds, sprains, swellings and rheumatism I know of no medicine or prescription enuul to it. I consid er it n household remedy." For sale by an druggists nnd dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., wholesale agents ior the Hawaiian Islands. Good printing. Low- prices. Star office. It ALSTON HEALTH 1IUEAI). (I. H. ' (1. H. made from fine Hour of the entire wheat, according to the formula of Martin College, Washington-, D.'C, contains nil the material clcmeutn necessary for growth. II Is easy of digestion, perfect in nwdinllntlon, and thoroughly nourishes every p.trt ! the body. Its continuous ' use will insure a strong nnd vigorous consti tution to otherwise delicate children. Its proper nnme Is without doubt THE CHlLDHEN'S FRIEND. Manufactured at the German Ha-t- ory, S.11 Fort street. Telephone r,77. ni i.. 1 .... , , j m- u,ut iiKirr.iNiYu i,!ijiiTtv in inula i lulu, Manufacturers iff Quaker 1 Dread. G. P.. - 0. 11. I'lIQTOGRAI'II CO., LIMITED, is op en for business. Portraits of every de scription upon the best Papers, Plati num, Iridium, Mezzo-tint, Carbon, and all the other papers known In Photo graphy. Best work guaranteed at moderate prices. CAHTNETS from $0.00 per Dozen. Pictures made Ilfe Size direct. Appointments made by Telephone , -502. Sole proprietors of the IJas-lto-j lief and Iridium processes. Large col lection oi recent island views. Specimens can be seen on the ground floor, MOTT SMITH HUILDING. COR FORT & HOTEL STS. N'O CHOLERA HERE.. The physicians say there is little denger of cholera ever appearing in Honolulu, on account of climatic con ditions, nnd particularly on account of the purity of the most populnr bev erage used the oclcbrated Itainier fiecr. This beer Is pronounced by ex perts ns the most healthful beverage sold. On tap or in bottle at the Cri terion Saloon, rhone 786. Bo It remembered that the newspa pers are the merchants' tried and true mediums for advertising. Use them lnrgely if not exclusively. Advertise in The Star. S. KICHI, Japanese. House Painter ami Paper Manser. 133 NuuanuSt., Honolulu, U. I. FOREIGN MAIL STEAMERS i hti:a.iishii3 to aiikivk. Date. Name. From. 10. Aorangi !...,. Victoria .'3. -Mariposa .... San Francisco 24. Doric Yokohama .28. Warrhnoo Colonies 28. Gaelic San Francisco Oct. 1. Miowera .. Colonies 1. China Yokohama 0. City of Peking. San Francisco 12. Belglc Yokohama 12. Australia .... San Francisco 14. Alameda Colonies 21. Moana San Francisco 22. Peru Yokohama 20. Miowera -Victoria 28. China San Francisco 9. Aorangi Colonies Nov. 0. Belgic San Francisco 3. Australia San Frnncisco 0. Bio de Janeiro . . Yokohama 11. Mariposa Colonies 15. Alameda San Francisco 19. Gaelic Yokohanyi 23. Aorangi Victoria 25., Coptic San Francisco 20. Warrimoo Colonies Dec. 4. Bio de Janeiro. San Francisco 7. Australia .... San Francisco 9. Moana Colonies ' 10. Doric Yokohnma I 10. Mariposa .... San Francisco 13. China Yokohama 21. Wnvrimoo Victoria 24. Miowera Colonies 25. City of Peking. San Frnncisco srmrsMii'H to jtKiiitT. Date. Name For. 10. Aorangi Colonies ,22. Australia .... San Francisco 23. Mariposa Colonies 24. Doric San Francisco 28. Warrimoo Colonies 28. Gaelic Yokohama Oct. 1. Miowera Victoria 1. China San Francisco 9. City of Peking... Yokohama Belgic ....... San Francisco 14. Alameda San Francisco 20. Australia .... San Francisco 21. Moana Colonies 22. Peru San Francisco 2e Miowera . Colonies 28. China Yokohama 9 Aorangi Victoria Nov. 6. Belgic Yokohama 9. Bio de Janeiro. San Francisco 11. Mariposa .... San Frnncisco 17. Australia San Francisco 18. Alameda Colonics 19. Gaelic San Francisco 23,. Aorangi Colonies t 25 Coptic Yokohnma 20. Warrimoo Victo'rla Dec. 4. Bio do Janeiro , . Yokohama 9. Moana San Francisco 10. Doric .' San Frnncisco 15. Australia .... San Francisco 1G. Mariposa Colonics 19. China ....... San Francisco 21. Warrimoo.1 "..Colonies 24. Miowera Victoria, B. C. 25. City of Peking . . Yokohama SlS Lacquer life Is what whnt you want to touch up the places on your wheel where the nickle has worn olT. It covers rust or anything, and can be used on new or old spokes. One coat will last a season and stay bright. Over half of our "Australia" ship ment of wheels that neonle know low price. Nothing comes near Ram blers at 75.00 and Columbias at $85.00 for 1897 wheels, and 1897 Hartfords at $60.00. Investigate be fore you buy. E. O. HALL & SON (Limited.) THE "MONITOR" Plumbing, Tin, Copper DIMOND BLOCK To Our Patrons and the Public in General. O ying to the increase of business in the past few months the crying need for more room has forced the removal of the IIESIEBE From Fort and Beretania streets to the present com- tiinrlirmc: nimrtprc in flip Love Building. , We have possession of the two been remodeled to suit, givi lg particular attention to good light for the display of the IVJV GOODS In is the intention to carry everything in the furniture line that the public needs, whether in plain or hadsomely orna mented goods, and at POPUIyAR IKiIOK;S. Telephones: Store, 846. Residence, 849. H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager, UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER. Patent Shaft Springs. Invented and Patented by W. W. Wright. 1 Myrra It obliterates all Horse Motion. THIJ DEVICE CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY BRAKE WITH STRAIGHT SHAFTS, For full particulars call on or address W. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor Honolulu Carriage Manufactory, Fort St,, above Hotel, - . . . . ... . is what sold already shows a cood wheel at a uj and Sheet Iron Work 75-79 KING STREET. mwm$ - m& upper storerooms, which have i-t 11H1 1"TT rTHii i iZTHTi r 9 ! 'it &Smti 111 1 1 1 II IIIMil II frill ll J.