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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 24, 18JM
i, MA.liIN"Bl NEWS
Arrirals.
Wednesday, Oct. ?4.
Am bktne KllklUt, Cutler, 20 days from
Port Tnwnsend
Btmr Klnau from Hawaii and Mnul
Btmr J A Cuniinlns from Koolau
Bchr Mul Wahtne from K'jliala
Btmr Kaala from Walanao
Dpartur
WeDKKSDAY, Oct 21.
Btmr Pete for Makawcll at U p m
VmmU leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Walaleale fur Makawell at 4 p ra
OarsoM from Island Port.
Btmr Klnau 291 bags potato's, 13 bags
corn, '231 bdls hides, 17ri sheep, 41 bags
bones, 12 btes wool, 20 hogs, 1 horse,
165 pkgs sundries.
LOOAX. AMD OXHXKAX WKWS.
J. Enos has a
ibis issue.
card of thanks in
The oloctric lights were turned out
earl; last night.
A. Sachs returned from the Vol
cano by the steamer Kinau to-day.
See Hopp & Co.'s new advertise
ment and govern yourself accordingly.
on
M. S. Levy
VOLCANO AOTIVB AGAIN.
Paaanger.
aaatVAU.
Fioni Hawaii and Muni, perstmr Klnau,
Oct ?i Volcano! A Savhs Way ports: 0
Horswlll, Miss Cora lionuegnti, J F Hum
burs;. Ihos J Hlggltii, Mrs K Unshaw and
2 children, Miss I' Lann, A McKcnzle, U A
Allen, J Oudcrklrk. J Mowroy, wl e and
2 children, J Maiiuire, wife and child, K
Madden, Akaka, i, A,cu, 0 Tho I, V V
Asbford, Mrs A Guild and 2 children. I)
Porter, K Uko's, 0 II Fairer, F H Chilling,
worth and wife, Thos I'lilllljs, F II Arm.
strung, Awai and 1.4 deck.
pirAkTuaiK.
For Kauai, tier stmr Mlkalia'a, 0;t 23
H Morrison. M D Krrnandez. F L Hong,
M liiasb, U Spalding, I.ln Oliu, Chu Sing
and U7o;i dccic.
For Maul, per stmr Claudlne, Oct 21 V
H Klt-e and run. J V Uolvlllc, JOS flash
Hgh.MrsWP Lumai.clhl, J W 8 Mar-
nan, art Kitout, ouiir loung, .mis
Young lamb, Matter loungin,
YceSun, 0 ping il)m
I Ahun,
wratuer ilurliie
te will dls-
i he
Shipping Notvs.
The barkentlnn 8. N. Castle Is duo at this
poit f rum Ban Francisco.
Tne schooner ltoteit Lowers Is on the
Marine Hallway being cleaned.
The American barkciitlno Kllkltat, Cap
tain Uutler, arrived i his morning, twenty
six days irom I'.irt I'owiimihI wltnnvarvo
of lumber for Wilder S: Co. Tho Kllklint
experienced rough wrather d
early pait of tliu passage. 8h
charge at I ho Furt-atrcct wliarf.
Singing at Band Ooncerta.
Prof. ltorgor of tho Government
baud has made overtures to mem
bers of the Natioual baud to givo
his boys a few lessons iu singing, so
that vocal selections can be gTvou
by his bandsmen during I ho inter-
mission between tho first and second
parts of concerts. Tho first lessou
was to havo been given yesterday,
but, owing to slukuHss of the in
structor, it was postponed. There
has been some talk on tho outside
of a combined conrert betweon tho
Government and National bauds,
but the prospects are vory slim.
Miniature Art.
At Williams' Studio aro to be seen
Portraits ou Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lauteru
Slides for locturu by the set or
dozen.
Vote for II. Klemme, the Ptople'e
Candidate.
F. L. Iloogs, editor of the Paradise
of the Pacific, has gone to Kauai to
recuperate
At Dailey's Show you win
sense, but if you buy of
you gain on cents.
The trustees of the Sailors' Home
Socioly postponed their meeting un
til some time next week.
If you want the latest Shades in
Cashmere, at 50e. a yard, call at
Al. o. Liovys.
Soveral moro shots wero heard on
Punchbowl slopes last night. The
annoyanco is becomiug a nightly
occurrence.
It is rumored that a member of
the medical fraternity will leave
with a bride for Hawaii by the Ki
nau on Friday next.
L. J. Levey will sell out a watch
maker and jotveler's store at auction
next Wednesday, particulars of
which are given elsewhere.
W. M. Cunuinghatn's case, for al
leged carrying firearms and shoot
ing ou Sunday, will como up in the
District Court to-morrow.
A uative bov named Kaulua was
committed to tho Reformatory
School for the term of one year for
truancy within tho past mouth.
Tho Election is coming, where tho
gentlemen will rush to vote; but
the Ladies havo already eloctod as
their drygoods store,
M. S. Levy's.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month, lerms: Zu aim wj
cents per night; SI aud fl.2o por
week.
J. F. Morgan will soil tho furni
ture of Mrs. Schraeder, at tho resi
dence, Duretnnia street uoar Nuu
anu street, at 10 o'clock to morrow
morning.
Five Chinamon pleaded guilty in
the District Court to-dy to tho of
fense of gambling, and a fino of $10
was imposed on' each. Nino others
were discharged.
Manager Lea Disabuses the Public
Mind of Vntru Reports.
Mr. Lee, manager of the Volcano
House, has written to friends here
saying that the impression that the
fire was all out at the Volcano is a
mistaken one. For about two weeks
the fire at the crater was almost in
visible, owing to the great and donse
clouds of steam issuing from the
ftit. But now he takes great pleasure
n stating an entirely different con
dition of affairs. On the 20th lust,
the fire loomed forth again with its
accustomed brilliancy and tho lake
is now active again.
He further states that the first
snow of the seaon was visible on
both Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa
on the morning of the 20th, which
of course indicates cool, bracing
weather, tho thermometer at present
ranging from 48 to W in the morn
ing' aad gradually warming up to
68' and 7& at noon. Ho beliovos that
a sniff of this fresh mountain air
and the changed condition of the
Volcano ought to bo an inducement
to many to make the trip.
This news of the renewed activity
of the Volcano is most welcome.
Many of the older prophets say this
change is the forerunner of greater
activity.
Rare Chance.
Ladies who are on the lookout for
Christmas presouts should call at
the Ceylon jeweler's store on Nuu
anu street, where they can buy the
best gems out from Ceylon at clear
ance salo pricos. There are rubies,
sapphires, emeralds, pearl8,cals eyes,
etc. Also haudmade laces, ana
everything is being sold out regard
less of cost.
giH Sarah I. Griffin jPlf
Vote for II. Klemme, the People's
Candidate.
Only a Scar Remains
Scrofula Cured Blood Purified by
- Hood's Saraaparllla.
"C. I. Itood A Co., Lowell, MaH.t
" It Is with pleasure that 1 send a testimonial
concerning what Hood's Sarsaparllla has done
for my daughter. It Is a wonderful medicine
and I cannot recommend It too htehly. Barak,
who Is fourteen years old, has been
Afflicted With Scrofula
ever itnce she was on year old. For fire years
she has had running sore on on side of her
face. We tried erer remedy reeommonded, but
nothing dlil her any (rood until we commenced
tutngllowr Bnrs.ijmrilla. My married daughter
advised me to use flood's ttarsaparllla because
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Hood's'iss-Cures
It had cured her of dyspepsia. Bho had bcea
troubled n tth that complaint since childhood,
and slnco her cure s'.is Ins never hern without a
bottlcnf lloxr.iH.irviarlllaln the house. We
commenced rIIiik It to Karah about one year
ago, and It has conquered ttio running sure,
Only a Scar Remaining
as a trace of tho dreadful illsense. Previous te
taking the medicine her ejeilaht was aOected
but now shn rin rce prrfri-tl). In connection
with HnndUH.irsw.rllltwc hare nsel Homl's
VcirctaMn HIM. und fm I llirm the lint." Mas.
MAittAdnirriM, Xenli, IIHtioK.
Hood's Pills euro n.nncn, sick headache,
tadlgcsUon. biliousness. Hold by all drugststs.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bote Agents for the Republic of Hawaii.
Ah Wing, n Chiuatnan, was
leu darn' sentence at hard
by District Magistrate Perry to-day
, DBS UITUU
hard labor
solicitatiou during
A Strong Horse
IS TUB RCS0LT OF DS1NO
OOOD rcco
A FRESH SUPPLY
OF
Hay and Grain
Jnst Arrhed per "8. 0. Wilder."
i m
M
r
W
Ml ruxi
Ulflll
UVIJ
m
10 to 20 Lbs.
n
MORE
ABOUT
BICYCLES!
The " Cleveland M
Is rel'ntlflcally constracUd,
b-aullfal In appearance and
Is Just 12 months alien! tf
any other make
A pamphlet ent't'ej ' 8 mnd
Benin In dcl-ctluR a Cyoli," and
"f'tEVieMWU" Onslrignes free at
the "'tfVKi.ASii ' Agency, Me
chant Street.
H.
E. WALKER.
Agent.
10 to 20 "Lbs.
- -? -y t- t- r y- ? r-tX
OrEirTI3TG-
or
Fall Millinery
A.T
isr.
620 Fort Street,
&3 Jm Q-s jtx o.
: : Honolulu.
OAI.li AND 8KB US.
A POINTER J
Tho rainy season is com
ing, and if you vvuntto slud
water like a duck you must
be provided with u Itnin
Coat. I have iust received
a new invoice of Ladictt'
English Mackintoshes in
fact, I rihall make a leader
of these gooda lor the next
few weeks and at such p vires
that I expect to see every
lady in Honolulu properly
clad for rainy weather.
"STvTlxite Siloes
will not be worn in muddy
weather. Tho reason is
apparent and doesn't need
explanation.
Tan. Slb-oes
will probably take tho place
of the white out s for the
next few months, and to
mutch these I havo an ele
gant lino of Tan Stocking
in numerous bhades.
2ats.
Oh, yes, Trimmed or Un
trimaaedV Untrimmcd! All
right. Just pick out the
shape. They aro all now
and tho very latest. After
you havo selected one that
suits your peculiar stylo of
beauty 1 will introduce you
to our expert milliner, who
will help you tekct iho
trimming and I guarantee
to fi nihil you a hat that you
won't bo ashamed of.
ZBelts.
Nothing looks so pietty
around a lady's wai-t (ex
cept an arm) as one of our
Belts. I havo both Silk
and Leather with new de
signs of Huekk'H. If you
don't believe uio come and
try ouo on (not tho arm
but the licit).
Ah usual,
,1. J. KG AN,
OH Fort htrout.
for libidiuous
the past week.
O. V. 0. Jones, agent of tho
B"ard of Health, is tho terror of tho
Chiueso fish mongers at tho market.
In consequeuco of his watchfulness
thero is a scarcity of bad fish.
There will bo a mooting of tho
board of inaiiavor of the Humane
Society at the Y. M. 0. A. to-morrow
aflernoou at 2 o'clock. Every mem
ber of tho board is expected to be
presont.
W. F. Iteyuolds is first in tho field
with a Christmas announcement.
At the Golden Itule Uzaar thero is
an eudloss variety of attractive holi
day goods, aud that being a cash
storo prices are the lowest.
O. It. Harrison, oractical oiauo
aud organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
Kuaranteed to be the same done
In factory
R. I. Green, ageut of the Humane
Society, discovered a case of gland
ers iu a hack horse yesterday. Dr.
Kowat I'onurmou tne discovery, and
the horse was ordered killed. The
stable whero the horse was kept
was disinfected.
The C. E. Hires Co. has tieeu
granted a certificate of registration
of their trade mark for twouty
years, by the Interior Department,
and Ihny accordingly ifsuo a warn
ing in this paper against infringe
ment of their rights.
Chris. J. McCnudless, a young Ha
waiian artist, is at the Volcano mak
ing a careful study of the lava lakes,
for the purpose of reproducing
them on cauvas. Ho writes under
date of October 21, sayiug that tho
Volcano is active again.
A private letter from IXilo sa
that business is booming in
rainy towu. Three new houses
have started up, brnuch stores of the
firms of II. Hnckfeld & Co., Theo.
H. Davies & Co. aud Wilder & Co.
The chief topic at Ililo is coffee
planting.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Corner Queen A Nutmnu Hta
Both Tklkimionks 121.
liolih Hull liiizaar.
XMAS,
XMAS,
XMAS.
Presents for Everybody
Cash A'wivt Ta'ke ! Tkwfora
Cask Piles ars Hals.
says
the
Vote far II.
(7d (i if ((iff.
Klemme, the People's
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
CLOSING .OUT SALE OF
"W ATO H.EJS,
CLOCKS and JEWELRY
HANDSOME GIFT BOOKS
At Publishers' Prices;
l)lll's and l'raver Hooks,
Kino Bocloty Note l'dcrs in latent
sijlea,
Lawn Tennis Supplies,
Xiims ('arils, Calendars and Booklets,
NOVELTIES ot nil Descriptions 1
Pa'tits anil i'alnllnir Hooks.
Genuine I X 1. Knlvot and Itators,
Hair HrUkliHH aud Coiulm,
Velocipedes aud Wagons,
Domestic Sewing Machines
Hand tin. Ins MaMilnoi IH..'iO lrp,
KImvini; Murk and Ilruslius,
uuiisrs ircui i.j up,
IDolls and Toys
In Great Variety;
Leather Ooods In I'lirnov 0'nrlea,
Pocket Hooks. Ktc, Etc, lite,
Drawing Matt rials.
Thnt there is conaidorublc
interest being taken in our
proposed Volcano trip U quite
evident from the vurions ques
tions asked uh. Ah we have
said before we would like to
send you all t our expense,
but our Quick Sul s and rim ll
Profit hysteni of doing busi
ncst does not Icjvc uh margin
enough for thut, so wo have
been to 8e Mr. Chnse, the
Gentral Passenger Agent at
his oflice, WillianiH Art
Kooins, and made this ar
rangement with him, viz:
That to any person forming u
Club of not less than ten
peop'e, (holding one or more
of our Sale Tickets) ho will
issue a round trip ticket t the
Volcano at a Kednced Itatc.
You can go whenever you
please, but must nil go to
gether. He further says that
any one wishing to join the
party cun do so independently
of tho 'lub if they havo one
of our checks. To those who
wihh to make tho Volcano
trip, now is the time to take
advantage of the lvdueed rate.
"Wo rmve so many new
things to talk about this wt ek,
it's hard to know where to be
gin, but we must call your at
tention to the fine Inn- of
Ladies' Underwear jut re
ceived. CHEMISES. DRAWWRS
and NIGHT GOWNS of
latest patterns iu all grades.
We also cull especial a'tcirion
to some new designs of La
dies' tlur Waist jiiht teeeiv-
ed. New goodn are being
opined daily. Do you want
to go to the VolcanoV If so
save your Quick Mile and
Small Profit tickets.
B. F. RULERS & CO.
MINERAL WATER.
An invoice of the
Celebrated 'Shaota"
Water just received
direct from the Springs
in Shasta, California.
''Shasta' is the
finest minoral water
in the world. It is
used in every leading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars in
tho Unltod States.
'Shasta' ' is tho
Queen of all table wa
ters', blends perfectly
with liquor of all
kinds, and is a natural
rellof for all disor
ders of tho stomach,
kidneys and liver.
For sale by all drug
gists and tho trcdo
general ly.
MACFARLAKE 4 CO. LTD,
Sole Agonts for tho
Hawaiian Ialam'.u.
Beginning THIS (Saturday) EVENING and
continuing
Joncieiy,
Tuesday,
Wednesday,
Octa'bor 22d, 233. and. S-itK.
23? LADIE3 ARE CORDIALLY INVITED
OSir Solid Silver Hat Pins wil be Given Away on
Opening Days to all purchasers in the Millinery Depa'tment.
KIR.E3S
ROOT BEER!
Everybody likes it, because it is a Thirst
Quenching, Health-Giving Drink and is
offered to the Public with a full confidence
of its Merits.
JUST THINK OF IT
OF A
Delicious Summer Beverage
FOR 25 CENTS!
The "War
Hires Root Beer
Ts now a fuvoritc beverage for Ladies and
Young Persons to whom it gives Freshness
and embonpoint. It has solved tho problem
of medicine by imparting strength and pure
blood, which soon give a person a clear and
healthy complexion.
it :po-ps!
Effervescent Too! Exhilarating!
.A.-pipetizin.g !
Jdbt the Thing to Build Up tho Constitution I
It h Wholesome and Strengthening. Pure
Blood, free from Boils or Carbuncles, General
Good Health, results of drinking Hires Koot
Beer the year round.
And Don't Forget we havo added
News Department
And
ill Siitiicrlptluns wilt hate
I'ruiujit Attention.
Offtta lor Mulo by Every 8tuar.
AT AUCTION.
On
WEDNESDAY, Oct.
AT IU O'OI.OUK A. M.,
in
t will noil at I'llliHc) Auction, nt 4K King
Street, Thornim' llltck,
THK WIIOI.K STOCK OV
Watches, Clucks,
Jew -iry, Show C-na,
Inn Safe, Etc, Etc
Poiilv-Jy io be Sld Wltboit Reserve I
tm- TKIIMrt OAHII I
Lwll
W F Reynolds
Prop.
I. J. I.KVKY,
W. U. DAII.KY,
I enure.
Mauser.
MU H
J, lamvmy,
AUCriONKKH.
DAI! EH STOCK COMPANY.
Thursday Evening, Oct. 25
Tim (irnst tl.itne ly Dmma
'HAZKL KI11KI?
HATUItDAY hVKNISO.OOTOHKK '-7'
Mliinif Nlivlloru' C'dliii'ilv Cifullnti
CAPRICE, ' or ONLY A OOUNTHY QIHL.
Don't int- t'ie Rirsl siiuosfs in our
rluli k )t)k.
XOPUXit.R. FRIOB9I
sMT tioi 1'Un DMU at Urn uOIim ol I.. J.
Uy. UtHt
Grocery Store
3H NUUANU HTKKBT,
Iletwien Hotel and KIhk Street, next to
tiliiiotliii; Oullery.
GEO. MC1NTYRE
Hhm oveni'il a Klrst-olois (irocery Store
as kImivu. II" will kt ulways on lmnd
tliu Hunt and l'rexlicat
American and Eglhti Groceries
Provisions, cpices,
Cun ned Goods, Etc.,
And do Ills liixit to ileun all
(!iiHtoinurH.
l'lirolmscii delivered to all imrts
n(ttif('ly.
lvlj.tv.al ToloplJ.oa.0 237.
OKRIiri'JATE OF RE0UTRATIO1
AOKIITIKI 'ATK OK ItWIIHTIlATION
llllH llrvll Ufltllt'd Tin 1) H HlllH
Co li tin IliiulnHiit ill tin- Ititurlur
Io' tin' r Itooi lift r. 'l'li i t'lililrain do s
uraut iiii'ii tlm mil Til 0 K. Illtt" On,
tlirxn ii lvi.i n( lie raid Triidn Mark
(KiniI Itt-.T) iliroiwl nut tn llnl'nii l.
lands for lli" urni ol '.M years dillnu Irom
t(t I'Jlli ilny ill Oof liter, IK'M, and lliey do
liur liy warn aiinue ansliisi mlrlimlnK
uh n their rlvlns, eltln r in niatinfao uiIiik
or ImIhiIIh fo-t'a led Hoot llerr,
UTO-lw TIIK 0. K. lllltKts CO,
between China and Japan
will cause or'uen for their
silk fabrics to go higher ; no
countrv can light mid we.ivo
silk at the sume lime. ,jho
price has already advuncW
and the paprs stale that
the war i likely o be "on"
for two or three years. It
behooves the cureful huycr
to pur.hse now We had
an immense stock of Japu
iifse Goods ordered before
vur was declared, conse
quently we can continue t
sell at the old price as long
as our present stock ho'ds
out, and then the Wur will
force prices up. Our last
consignment c-tnt-ists of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain ; Moni'iig Gowns
for Ladies and Guifr, .iik
Kimonos, Smoking tlnck
ft, S'Hk Pajamas, Jnpanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lump Shiidi s, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., ele.
DAI NIPPON,
Hotel St I Arlington lll"'k),
Mks. J I'. I'. Ciimaoi, I'miiiietrei'k.
Dituo Company Wholesale Dnif?LMsts
IIoimoN
Hkn'son", Smith & Co
Hoi.i.itku Dnuo Company, Ltd....
Lkwis it Company
(
G
tl'OC'01'8
Temple of Fashion
ei Wort Street
Clearance Sale for One Week !
Beginning Saturday, October 13th.
E3-vervtliiri.g at a, Saorifioe
IS SEE LOCAL COLUMN.
Mi. O. BILVA, - - - Proprietor.
O. B DWIOHT
Dot s all kinds ot Work In
Oment & stone Mails & Cubing.
He has on hand a tar supply ot Old
nnte titan tM Curli and atwny k.epn Ha
waiian O'irliliiit Sume. K.tuiin'x. nlvrii
and lowfsi pr ces ubsiunl. llrtilTolfplionti
U.
lliiMI
WILLIAM FOSTER,
ATTOUNKY AT LAW
Iti ni'.vi'd to I'
Mutual
.Merchant Hirer!.
sso.
Telophono
IIM tin
V. J. FAGERROOS,
INTKMIIVII
TO
ttTATCIIMAKKIt
T T rlii' nut III llnliiit ri'iiiitH all
m rKiin
lr lli
IlKVlllll Wlllk III In hiiinu to cull
mini wilhlii iinii I in tut t Iriini iluti-.
All thnsti liiih'lilcd to lilts Mill plcim' psy
up ltlilii tin' s hum llini'. Apply at Purl
Hurvrynr's nltliu Iriini 7 a. m. iu ft r ..
and from atofitWat Ids olll'ium lli.ttl
ltt. HW-Jl i-H
NOXIOK
iiiilli(irlil to rnvUi and rtrolpl (or nil
nii'ii'i'B unn i
III)! at III) ti
ill wliU'li iititf
Bryant & Aloha
The nmlft'hlirnni have rwlTe.l a ,,rK,
ami Van,! Aseiirtnit-nt of
Dry Goods
to , into., into,
I'ONI'NISIMI TIIK LATEST Ply I II Ml l
Prints, Lawns,
Dress Goods, Etc.
tio a ri'ii. i.i.ik or
JiEMIfsJiDomeBtics, Cottontdes. Etc..
. i r. .
To which h Hotlon I invilist.
H. HACKPKLD Si CO.
inoiiU's dun niiiliialnii to nu'.J. W. I.iui-
iiik ai in) tiim'iliiiiiii Miviniiicr SI, Ihtil.
kIM iNrxiiiitllvatli'iid.
... J l. liU.MMI,
lloiinliiin, (hi. 17, Kii, iim im
If your subscription hiu esplrnt hum
is u foiul time to rtnev it,
MM-lw
Aiiy IMUtin 60 vents per month,

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