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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 29, 1894
Wf.mmday, Aug. 29.
Rtmr J A Cnmmlm fmtn Koolnu
Bttur Knnln from Knlmkit
Btmr Iwnlanl from Kauai
Wkdkmday, Aug. 2".
Btmr Kaoln for Walanac, Walalua and
Moknleia at 0 a in
Vessels leaving To-morrow.
Btmr IwaUnl (or Kauai at fi pm
Btmr Jss Makee (or Knpan and kllauea at
Cargoes from Island Porta.
Btmr Kaala-207 bags rice, 21 1 bagi paddy,
1ft hides and 10 kgn aumlfles
From Knuat, prstmr lnlanl, AugSU
(,'apuln Abloom, A II Lindsay, Alexander
Coakburn and U deck.
For Ban Franclico, per B S llclglc, Aug
29 Mrs MoLnuglilln.
For Maul, r uttnr Claudtne. Aue 2
Mli Harris, Mra T I'ampbr II, Mm Nsku
Ins. Ml.i Uecklity, J 1' Blira and stout 10
For Kauai, perstmr Mlkalmla, Aug2$
a vreier, u hiocckib, Mtr u u niniui. iicv
1. Mitchell, O N Hose, Yt Kassie. U 1 1'rlu
gle and about 23 deck.
Tho steamer WaWlcale Ims been la'd up
(or repair She Is ut Buenton's wharf
near the Flihranrket.
The bark Velocity ImUnMied discharg
ing, smt li now cgand taking In allat
Two Customs tdllocn kcvpwsii-h lot other
than atone bnllaat In put Into her
HKAIU,K-At Hllca, Kau Hawaii, Auguat
23, IBM, to the wlleol John U
Morning and Eronlng Star.
Men, women anil children will en
joy tliu Morning mill livening HUr
drinks. For tliuir plcnmmt ll.tvor anil
soothing ufloet gununilly, tliu ludiu,
whoeo delicate pyalomn rciniru it
borcrage that will act gently mid bo
entirely snfu tinder all conditions, arc
unlliuiiuxtio in tliuir priUo of Morn
ing aud Evening rilur, mid the men
prefer them to all oilier drinks be
causo they arc more buncfleiul in tliuir
oilueU. Tlicy do not inlerfero with
buaineaa or pk'iisiiro uud uro entirely
frco from all injurious or ditagreeablu
mibalunct'". when the IiUmhI 1m int
puro or tliu aloinueli weak, the liven
ing Star eun be drank to advantage,
and invalid)) will llixl relief from it.
In (he production of these drink the
Hawaiian Inland havo been enriched
with the only perfect gentle boveiageH
known. Tho pi leu per dozen l fi(k,
delivered to nil purtn of tho city free.
Mut. Tel. .'111. Ik-lhel street.
LOCAL AHD OEHKBAX. KWB
St. Louis Collego will ro open for
tho next school term ou September
Purser Whito reports plonty of
rain on tho Kau sido of tho island
Marshal Hitchcock will return
from Hawaii on Saturday by the
Tho S. S. Alameda will bo due to
morrow from San Francisco on her
way to tho Colonies.
Tho Mannerchnr Harmony Sing
ing Club will meet for rnhoarsal this
evening at tho I'aeifie. linll.
Jas. F. Morgan will hold a sato of
horses and carriages at his sales
room next Saturday at noon.
If you want good material for
suits, at bottom prices, seo adver
tisement of L. 13. Kerr. It will pay
There wero bo many return pas
sengers by tho V. G. Hall this trip
that tho purser had to giro up his
"Cholco liquors and fino beor" aro
advertised by tho Merchants' Ex
chango, whoreof S. I. Shaw is pro
prietor. Sovoral of tho polico, including
tho captains, havo already recoived
their new commissions from the
A newly-built schooner will bo
hero in about two weeks with ma
terial for the railway extension to
Sovoral of tho steerage passengers
who arrived by tho S! S. Arawa in
tend taking the next boat for tho
Colonies on their way to Africa.
Geo. Clark, a prosperous coffeo
raiser of Kailua, Fiona, Hawaii, is in
town on a flying business visit. Ho
is enthusiastic over the future of
Tho foreign department of the
Honolulu freo kindergartens will
opon on Monday, September 10.
Applications aro to be made to Mrs.
Havo you bought tickots yet for
Professor Bradley's musicale on
Saturday ovcnlngl It will bo one
of tho finest musical events in a
One of tho biggest coining events
is tho masquorado ball of tho Inter
national Schuotzon Club. Prizes
aro on viow at M. S. Levy's store.
Everyone should go.
TOO FRESH TODZII3TS.
They Cause a Collision on the Road
and Lots of Trouble
Three through passengers by tho
S. S. Belgie took in tho sights at tho
Pali yesterday. They took a quan
tity of "caki ' with them, and on
their way back wore in a jovial
frame of mind. A Japanese uglier
man ou his way from Koolati with a
pack raulo carrying a load of fish
was mot on tho towusido of the half
way houso. Tho tourists thought
they would havo some fun witli the
Jap. and intentionally ran their
hack uncomfortably eloso to tho
Jap's mule. The long-eared animal
becoming scared backed up quickly
anil struck the side of the Hack witli
sulllcieut force to dislocato the
lamp aud part of the vehicle. The
hackman becamo quite indignant,
having suffered tho worso damage
from tho collision, and ho scared
tho Jap into going to tho Police
Station. At the Polico Station the
tourists claimed $10 damages. After
hearing both sides of the story the
police allowed the Jap his liberty
and ho went nn his way rejoicing.
Later in the day ho gave a police
man who happoned to bo at the
fish market some fish in recognition
of his considerate treatment at the
lVV j. VVtraaKViTi f.e.iYjtU
OUR WATER BUrM.Y.
Although there has bcoti sovoral
heavy rains in the mountains dur
ing tho pat few nights, tho reior
voirs in Xiiuanu Vallor show no
ovidouce of any material replenish
ment. At noon to day tho following
amounts of water were in tho three
reservoirs in Nuttauu Valley: Xo. 1,
2 feet 3 inches; No. 2, empty; No. 3,
2 feet of water.
Residents ou Punchbowl aro still
grumbling, and are devising ways
aud means of forcing the Superin
tendent of Water Works to havo tho
necessary fluid furnished thorn
through pumping froui the artesian
well at Ihomas Square. One gen
tleman has been obliged to puruhaso
a hone for the purpose of packing
water from towu to his home ou the
slopes. On Monday night several
of the residents who had tanks were
gratified by a heavy shower which
gave them quite a supply.
Tho Young Uawniians' Institute
will moot to-morrow evening in the
Y. M. 0. A. hall.
Mr A. A. WUllama
For the Good of Others
XUv. Mr. Wtiltama tteartUv En
dorses Hood's Saraaparllla.
We are plowed to present this from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of tho Slllsbe
street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass.i
" I ace no reason why a clergyman, more than
a layman, who knows whereof he speaks,
should liesttata to approve an
Artlclo of Merit
and worth, from which ho or his family hara
been slsiinliyhoncf.tcit, and whoso commendv
tlcn way scrro to extend those benefits to
others hy Increasing their conndenco. Mr wife
has for many J cars been a suflcrcr from severe
for which ho found llttto help. She has tried
rnnny tilings tint Mondial well but per
formd little. Last fall a friend gate her a hot
Ho of Ilooil's Sarsaparlltt. It accms aurprlv
Int wliat mniply ono t,olllo could and did 1
for her. Tlioaliel.sot headache decreajed la
number and were less violent In their Intel
my, while her general health has been ln
trurcd. Iter npietlto has alio been bettor,
l'rotn nur eipmcnee wltb
I hate bo hesitation in endowing lie aerl.
A A WILLIAM
J. J. ECAXT
514 Port Street.
HOOD'S PltLS anita " talhartle,
ttatUaoiltirmlT. Tryaboc, rrlcette
rfOUKON, NKWMAN A CO..
Agent for Hawaiian Islandiu
By Xiowia J. Lavoy.
Household -:- Furniture
you can stand n little
honest tallc tins week
of tho kind that makes food
for meditation and prayer, we
will proceed. Wc are in busi
nefis to make money, mid do
it in this way : We buy di
rect ; we sell direct ; we buy
tho best goods our jnoncy can
get for the least money they
can be obtained ; that covers
the buying branch of the busi
ness. Now for the selling
branch : Wc huvo the stock ;
the goods aro just what wo
represent them to bo, noth
ing more or nothing less;
our prices cover our legiti
mate profit. "Wo do not be
long to the class of trade that
sells below cost, we haven't
the money or inclination. We
have mver made any unparal
leled bargains, smoke, lire,
water or red llajr prices, sun
pry oicaiiHo avo navo never
cared for the class of trade
that bolieves any sane mer
chant can do such a thing.
This tells the history of the
lorty ouu years oi our suc
cess. Tho doctors are all of ono
mind on tho U-NDEUWWAK
question ; they agree that fre
quent changes are absolutely
necessary. We anticipated
this and have an immense and
well selected stock. Wo want
to specially call your attention
this week to our MUSLIN
UNDEltWtiAH. It's worth
while to call and look at the
trimmings on them.
Fortunately we had a largo
order plnced with the factory
in Brussels for I'. D. Corsets.
"Wo ran out of some sizes but
can give any size you want
as they have arrived. AVo also
reeeivt tl a lir ct importitinn
of Eiiili oidcrcd and Scolloped
goods are worth every cent
we ask for them.
FLANNELETTES at 8
yards lor 1.01).
JJ. F. EllLihtS & CO.
C. W. Dickey of Haiku, Maui, a
araduatod architect of the lloaton
lnatiluto of Technology, linn drawn
plans for a houso to bo erected ou
the top of Ilaloakala.
W. II. Cdullor hnn been commit
ted on tho chargo of highway rob
bury. Coulter is tho man who is
supposed to havo robbed a China-
man ou the rail road.
"Keep off the Gram" signs are up
in tho old Oovorumeut houso yard.
Thbi is is a fresh iustanco of repub
lican freedom. Under the monarchy
the people could lie on the grass all
II. N. Castlo is about to retire
from tho editorial chair of tho
Advertiser, to bo succeeded by W.
N. Armstrong. Mr. Castle is pro
bably di'gustod over the failure of
the Bohouio of annexation.
A small donkey aud cart, driven
by 1'ortuguese boys, followed by a
goat dressed up, wero about town
to-day, attracting all tho youngsters.
It was an advertisement for the
Suhuetzen's masquerade ball.
Camariuos refrigerator to arrivo
to-morrow por S. a. Alameda, will
coutaiu cherries, plums, peaches,
apricots, ncctarinos, grapes, ltartlctt
pears, frozen oysters, crab?, fresh
salmon, etc., apples, oranges aud
(J. ft. Harrisou, practical piano
and organ maker anil tuner, can fur
uisb host factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same as done
Myors aud I'etz wero not inform
ers in tho disorderly house case, ns
reported in this paper yesterday.
The reporter was doceivod by u simi
larity of names aud had no oppor
tuuity of seeing the records before
going to press.
Thoa. Liudcay is now settled in
his uew watch, clock and jewelry
store, Campbell block, Merchant
street. Ho has some elegant silver
plato at low prices aud a liuo assort
ment of jewelry.
The country is saved, nnd the only
chance the honest people have is to
buy 17 bars of soap or ?l.2, and
three package of Tokio parlor
matches containing IK) boxes, just
euough to burn up the country.
Mutual telephone !lll.
J. V. Chapman caters for ban
quets, socials, private dinner aud
gardeu parties. Wcddiugtt a special
ty. Ho cau be found at all hours at
Saus Souci or will call ou any ladies
or gentlemen who will address him
through the l'ost Ollico.
A Strong Horse
is Tin: ni-sDLT or cmno
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Jiit ArrlM-il cr ' S. O. Wilder."
CAM. AND SKI. I'S.
CALIFORNIA PEED CO
(.'oriif r Quit n .V Nmmiiii Six.
Tho barkentine I'lauter, Captain
Dow, arrived yestorday, 15 days
from Lysau Island. The captain
roports everybody well on the isl
and.. She brought (.KH) tons of
guano, aud will leave agniu fur thut
place in aliout two weelts.
Captain of Police Andrews took a
shut at tho well knowu dog "Gon"
opposite the Hotel yesterday even
ing. He niihfcd the mark nnd can
tered down the street full of chagrin
at his violation of t Im law respecting
the use of firearms. The dug is
called after a Colonial governor,
which perhaps explains the valiant
captain's spite at I ho creature.
At Williams' Studio are tn lie seen
Portraits on Wntch Dials, which he
is making a specially of. Uiilorn
Slides for lecture by the set or
Both Ti:i.i:imiom:s 121.
THE FOREIGN DEPARTMENT
Free -:- Kindergartens
On Monday, Foptambor lOtli
At tloVli't'k a.m.. at litinnn Kill, rornur
of Niiiinnii Kiel HoroUtiln Miri'i.
M'xs tlttiiimli K hnt(. an, u principal of
several yrn'it' exporlinco In tliii imMiiri
!.t Krc9 KtrdvrKurioii of hm Kianclico
will hnvu eiiwrvl-ioii nl tli uiirlc tiur.
Ktiiilfruiirtnu liourx: from tliu n'. Till
A trulnuiff rite" for KlmtovnrtfliiiTH,
with line nfiotiiimii ,. ilo i-seli siok,
wll do orcJtilznl liy ll IIhwmuii, nn
'i'liomtiy, Hi'ptninlicr Itli. nt 2 o'clock, In
l li" clHBs-riKiiii Nt iMimm II ll.
Tuition fort ulnliii!nln': f lilir mciiitli.
Apellcatl n for mini M.I011 10 tliu K mlt-r
curli'ii or training rliti nuiy lu maili 'o
fi- prliuiiptil, Mi" luifliiiiin, or to Mr,
llnrrli t I'aitl" Cokni in, ! -num-tnl tie re
ury Honolulu l''no KlniipraiirtuiiK
H. I.HHAW, Proprietor.
( hoice JKjuors
and Fine Beer
Iii:i.l. ll'.I.Kl'HONi: mi.
Oor. Kli'Kuml Niiuiiu'i riiriet, llonolii 11
I nui In-tructcd l.y Mn 0. O. NACA-
YAM A (on nmnitit of ilcpnrturvi. t
roll nt 1'itlillo Auction at U reil-
(liiticp, 1'sliict' NUnrr, mljoln
Iiir tlio 0vra lloii-u.
On FRIDAY, August .'Hut,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
All Bis Douithold Farnltnra and Ellecli
Pillar Extension Table
l!. W. UIiiIiik Clnilrs, II. W SMf lionnl,
One II. W. Mnrble.top lluilroom N'l,
Olio Mnplc Murldu-top llcilrooiu Set,
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SET
lnj;ln OnU llciUtrml, Mnriiilto Net,
tipr nc uud llnlr Mattrcssi it,
1 Oil Painting 'Volcano'
l.nrpo CVnlermiil Hum I Itucn,
Itminii I'linlri), t'linndellcrK nml Iniiips,
Mnplc Wurilroliv, '.' L'lillilreit'a t'of",
1 Maple Combination GbeiToiiier
r'pinrc I'lnno, Kliony I'lielVoiilcr,
Mnplc Hfen tnry. Iteviilvlng Hfcrutary,
Olllcu Table unil Clmlr,
Set Encjxlopeuia Britaouica!
Wlintnoti, JnpMien Hwonl- mul Curios,
Jiiuiiie Vii'i, Clookn, 1 rockury,
C'ullery nml I'liiteilwute.
1 Wilcox iV Ollilis ben In); Mnclilne,
1 Domestic Sewing Machine
WlnUirnpS'ovi'iinit Klii'lieu UlensIN,
Kvrur t lleilM, I'tmltiy,
t'oeUiituo mul Siulrri'l,
Meat .Safe, leu liox,
1 Family Carriage I
lirukK, nimlu toiinlur;
1 CurrUijt) llorte, Ktu., Klc, I'.to.
August 88, 18DIh
My Clearance Sale was a
Hucccss. It did just what I
intended, viz. : cK ared my
shelves and pave me room to
displiiy my ISTt-w Goods. They
are ull open and ready for in
spection. 1 shall only men
tion a few leaders to-day and
I want to head the ltr-t with
We have all the htandard
brands and in the latest
shades. We also received a
large assortment of
Silk Gloves and Hilts,
Thousands of yards of the
ahove goods at reasonable
Now wc have mentioned
something that catches your
eye; these Corsets are the
latest thing out easy, com
fortable, perfect lit, prettily
finished, and what more
need I say.
These goods are the
that ever graced my
their equal cannot
Grin and Bear It!
Is just wliat every lady inut do who lias bought a Corset that does not
tit tier. Corfet-i bought of us tit, N-rause we only carry the popular
makes, that havo been tried aud fo. nd the correct ytyle
The Genuine P, D, Corsets,
We have In all styles and all sizes.
Tbe R, & G, Corsets.
Eitra lone waist, perfect lit, In all sizes.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist,
Perfect fit for all ages, best for hea'tli, comt it, watr nnd finish
Tbe R. & G, Summer and Nursing Corsets,
Wo have In all sties ' The Bnminrr Corset Is ust the thing for hot
Trj onr 50 Cent Corset, it is a Stunner.
A full line of sizes of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists,
Children's Corded Waists for 40 Cents.
620 Fort Street,
c3 xx C2 Jrx c??
im.ain and DorrKii
Swiss Dress Goods
WHITE AND COLOKKIi
Dimities, Storm Serges
A word all the above
goods are absolutely new, aud
as the real estate man said,
"If you want to g t in on the
ground lloor, now i your
For business only,
J. .1. KG AN.
Arrived per "Australia."
French and Scotch Ginghams (new).. .10c, 20c. and 26c.
Victoria Lawns (new), 10 yds for 75c.
White Dress Goods (new). .10., 15c, 20c, 25c, !K)c, 35c.
White and Colored Dimities (new) 20c and 25c.
Flannelletts, all colors, (new) 10 yds for 1.00
Tho old maxim "There is nothing
-knocked out. Call and bu convinced.
bu oiien for luxnculioii
from III ,. m. to '.' l'. m.
Prof Bradley's Musical
Wii.i. in: iii:i.i at tub kawai.
iiIiuo rliureh on HATl ItDAY
KVIIMNO Nr.XI'. Smiteiulmr ht. ut H
o'elih'k, Mri. J. I' lrtlx, MIin Itlrlmnlx,
MI-h l-ttvrraiwo, Mr, llrcnwi mid MUh ,i
kiiinuii, 1'rof. mul Mrn. Ilnulley. Mr. Ilootli
ind tPtliiT" will tukt ptrt Aiiniinslipii W
et'iits, elillilreu under I.', '.'.teems. 1 l'JI."it
Pnrtntir Wuntod in OU VonoorinR.
1 Work to onlur. Would like to get
1'Aituer In the bucliiebs, to furnluh ma
chlunry pud, if (lenliilile, learn the butt
'icm Hae atr i-ovfer Stuip'es of the
work ea i bo keen t tlm lltai.KiiN (llllee.
Kiiil Im WII.MVM MAtv.N.
Of.OKhSiOU IIUADI.KY (IIVKH LKS
L hoiis In blntfliiKi 1'wno. Yinlln nd
' olio 'IVriim, .' au hour' f I, half hour.
Ilnvluu liml 'J1 1 yuu'i' exientiice a Or
Kiiiusi uud (lliolr '1 ralner. ho Is open in an
einviUMiiniit In tho'H i'H, cities, llu.st of
Ifkliiuoululs ftl Kiiiiiiu btroit Mutual
'I'nlepliiiliu ).'. llli'w
in I fi
B S. t I
3 - 11
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M. S. LEVY,
Who is now settled in Benson, Smith & Co.'s
Old Stand, Fort street.
KwongSingLoy! SING LOY,
W IIDR 81., "Tboaiti Block.'
St-SS Unit 81., nir lionilii 8l.
Mutual Tela. 339 p. 0. Box 207. s Mutual Tele. 880 p. o. Box 107.
Ohiuods Jupanoso nnd Indian (iootih!
Indian Silks, Luces and Linens,
Japanese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Suurtu,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairo, Etc., Kt.
I3A Coinplcte TAILORING BSTABLISIIMKNT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of Eimlmh and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OA.HHMKUKS, LINBNB. L.AWNB. MllSl.lhb
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Haiti I
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth,
XToril'K IS UKKIUIY
1 (). rtpul, one of I Im
ii.irlu- ri In the
Kwoiiu Hum Wi'l me iiluiiia'lnu, I limit.
iimulu. KiiiiiiI. Inn. ihUilii) ..ii his t.''iirn
uud Iph lutuiiKi to Ilin rimiiuiilim purtneni
of tli' niiM pliiiiliitinii. I lie wild pluii
linn -bull uoi 1 1" n piiiitible f.r debt
eunlntetMl In Mill ilflt i .'lit .
Il.'.'-Jt KWOMI hIMI WAI ft).
v I'viiTXKit is nrri:K I'i.astw
1 tlnii -vnull t'uplliil lli'i'ilied hv 'ti
m.i. mi. is
I ilertiikliii! lll liu piwiblu on prheiit-
llii'piiru lliui i;iis Uiili ii.
1 1 1 1 i
UK WHOM-: OH II Ml'
ol n luriil-lint i '!
ii'Iuii. Wuurii eoiupelieil to report to thlc
ruin ou iK'i'iiiiut of the imibilliy to eollcel
tlm ii.iijuriiy of our iiinlirtuUiii; uveoiuitn
niter tiiiiuuila itru over.
Km A Wii i. n m, Miuhi. r.
Honolulu, Aiik. ". IM'I H-i' 1"
UAMKHA I'OH BALK
i I'llivr OI.AhS WIIOI.K I'LATi:
(Hi4il'.i I.iicIIkIi I'iiiii'MuHIi ltnp"t
Ileetlliiieiir I.ii.m ul laiexl I'lit'erii. AImi
lmhmI wluo ii(;h Li Hi. Apply "I' I. "
llui.l.lll. Ulliee. ll.il III
I , I'i'iisi'ASi'i: oi-' tiik tkumh r
I ii eer ii li hum tci,;i Hindu by l'liiule
lllrdliir to iiiu nil HKouiitK dun liliu are
iiuw piijnhlo to nui ut my ollleo, or ul tlm
ollleoof Mr, J. W. Luiillix
IIIU'lu JA.ML.1 I". MOIK1AX.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Temple of Fashion
610 E"ort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Large Auortaaant ol Ladle' end Cblldran's ShoM.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Law luiu of Wonloiia at 2fo. FlanuulutttMi, 10 yartli for ll.mi
brown and WliitH Cottotm, (nim H to 20 yards, f 1.00 por niece.
Amonkoa Giiighnms, 12 yards for $ 1.00. Gouts aud LadiHs' B&lhinir .Huit
Silks, Satins, Svrs, Lawns and DrHss Goods of nvory dosoriptinn
Ml. C3-. BILVA, Proprietor.
411 .VIJUANl STitKEI.
Dry, Fancj and White Dress Goods I
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Eto Eto.
I Ti k:
rnNII hAI, IMIIMKIII.Y U TOUT
.Sir. t , lloiio.iiiu, biivliui Hindu nn
iiolKUIiielll to Ilin fur tlm belinllt of III. ere
ililurii, nil pirMiim liuvluit i'litlui ii!iilnt
mid utiitu urn rriiiuii,,l In p imt'iil them
to ii it- tit in otllei, within ouu uick frnui
ilut". uller willed lllliu lliiliu will bu ill.
Ioiv.mI. I- II. KCItU.
Honolulu, Auk. a, lS'Jl. HU-lw
IM" Style stid Kit (limniule.iL I'rleei, ModerntH. -
w 31-u.t-u.a.l Teleplione 542-w
Daily Bulletin 50 Conls por Month.