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FRIDAY, DEO. 14, 1894.
Thursday, Deo. i:i.
Am bk 8 0 Allen, Thompson, todays fiom
B B Arawa, Btnart, from the Colonies
Fhioat, Dec. It.
Am blc Sonoma, Anilcr.on. from New
castle. N H W
Am sohr Kobt 3earlo, l'lltz, l days from
Ncocnatlo, X H W
Friday, Dec. U.
8 8 Arnwn, Stuart, (or Han Francisco, fit
11 a in
Utmr W U Halt for Maul and Hawaii at 10
Oargoe from Island Forts.
S'mr Iwalanl 3310 baps sugar, lit bags
paddy and Ml bags rice.
Htmr Koauhott 4U0 bags rice, 4513 bags
paddy, 43 turkeys and 129 pkgs sundrlrs.
Front the (.'olonlos per S H A'atva, Dec
11 11 K lUmtrsloy, Mrs Munrj and child,
Messrs J M Cole, 'ilios Ityan and Win
Fmm Walanac er stmr Ki-nah u, Dec
1311 Mncfurlatie, H D .lohnsuii, wile and
(Hilly, Minn Hilda Merger and 0 others.
From Newcastle, tiurbK ilosixir Dec It
From 8:iu Frsnclsco. or bk H 0 Allen,
Deo It-Mrs M X Hmmum. Klsle Siinlui.,
Mrs V l.lshlii.iu, Alice l.lnlitimn, Hnrah
Williams, Mrs M J Uarrlson, It L Uglcves,
Mrs Ugleves, Mrs J M Angus, June Angus,
htliel Angus, Munoel Dllfioti.
For Bin Francisco per 8 8 Arawa, Deo
14-. Mrs 8 T Alexander, J F Nolan and
wile, Ml K Nolan, Mrs F I lUsiings. K
1' oud W F Ferry. A Young and wife,
Misses II It slid M K oung, H A Young,
(.'apt F N Templar, Kudolph Uprrckels, A
II Hmnll, Mrs A (I llyxbee, (loo W Mai-far
lane, h I llrlstow and wile, J T l-nwler, I
riierlllol.J I, Itinm, wlfo ami child, W.N
Farrell, Ueo lllnnk. Thos Kennedy. II 0
Woodke, Ms F M Nlciills and child, and
Fur Msul and Hawaii tier stmr WO HnU
Dtti II 1' O Junes, U I. Carter, J I) Acker
man, II Kobcrisiti Aknti, Akin, K 0
(In-Kiiwell, FUreeuwell, Mrs K V Dunn, K
Jlullinun, ( Ku tor, Mastur MuWsyiia,
Mrs Mulch mid 1! chllilruli, Adolph (lertx
and MJ deck.
The H. 8. A raw toik 2.1 hags otcolleo to.
day, nhid by I.. II. Kerr
Tho Imrk IV) Ion will leave for Ban Fran
cisco next Tuesday with s full caro of
Tim schooner Win Ilowdon brought I HO"
tons West Wnllsend coal fur tliu 1 I. 8 N.
Oj.. mid iht lurk He.pfr I lit I torn for W.
(I. Irwin A. Co.
The 8. 8. Arawa brought tho following
liiiMirtnt FromHydney I (J cs wlno, I cs
'lnsri icmxls, I c vo ton, 1 u cigars, 1 u llnun.
:r. rll'v'tii, 3 cs preyerres, '1 ci elect leaf
Itoods, 4 xra timber, and 'M pkgs merchan
dls. From Auckland 'J cs meats, I o per
ambulator and 'J pkgs merchandise. From
Hntiiun 12 lixs limes and 1 c curio.
A Strong Horse
IS TUB RESULT Of 08110
A FRESH SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Just Arrived per "B. (1. Wilder."
CALL AND 8KK US.
LOOAL AND OKirXSAX. VKWS.
Thistles this evening.
Fine after the heavy rain.
Five dollars is offered for a lost
Purser Row is still on the S. S.
A Marshal's sale on Jan. 19 is ad
vertised. A notice of the bark Olanivor ap
The Hobron Drug Co. advertise a
Henry Davis has a turkey supple
ment iu this paper.
Alfred Johnson, a ranchman of
Hououliuli, is very low.
The Kawaiahao Church fair opens
at 7:30 o'clock this evening.
Battalion drill has been postponed
until some time next month.
Mrs. O. C. Muuro of Kauai was a
passenger by I ho S. S. Arawa from
Jon Leal, a news carrior, was ar
rested this noon for tho larceny of a
bicycle valued at $85.
W. F. Allen's big houro at Here
tania and Victoria streets is ap
P. C. .Tomr and Charles L. Carter
left by i bo steamer V. G. Ha' I this
tuot umg fur Kona, Hawaii.
Henry Macfnrlaue of Ahuimanu
ranch came to town by the steamer
Keauhou yesterday evening.
L. J. Levey will sell holiday goods
at auction at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
All will be sold without resorve.
Kawaiahao Church Fair, this even
ing, also to-morrow afternoon and
oven lug. Live doll show to-morrow
Toys and dolls will bo given away
to-morrow and Monday gratis &
purchasers at the store of N. S.
Tho threo runaway stowaways
captured on tho other side of this
island aro being walked all the way
Mr. Georgt W Tutey
Cured of Rheumatism by
"0. 1. Hood A Co., Lowell, Msss. t
"Iwastsktn down with rheumatism erer
yew ago. I was lick for orer six mouths..
Often I would hars such pains th.it I could
li-.r.lljr endure tliom. A friend came to me and
sdvlsed mo to try Hood's Bnrsnparllta. I took
him at his word and got a bottle ol It, snd sloes
tars taken eight bottles ot It.
It Haa Cured Me
TVTien the doctors could do mo no good what
srer. After being benefited so much from this
medicine I describe Hood's S.irs.iparllls ss s
wonderful medicine. I also ndvlo ercrjf one
who Is troubled with rheumatism not to be with-
out Hood's S.irsiiKirllla. I am a firmer, and
tho medicine his rlcn mo much enemy and
strength to perforin my work." Oroiius W.
Tui.rv, llcnjamiti, .Mlnourl.
To Plantation Managers.
Hood's Pitta are hand made, and perfect
la proportion and appearance. 2Se. a box.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Hots Agents for the Hepnbllo of Hawaii.
An electric lamp has tioen erected
i a 10ft. arm eitendinu from a polo
for tho purpose on the King
side of Palace Square.
tho work of
CALIFORNIA FEED GO
I'orncr (Juwn it Nnuanu Hu
Both Tklkimiovks 121
By Xiowia J. ivsy.
WyekllfT, tho Morning Star of the
Reformation, and tho triumph of
Martin Luther, will bo the subject
at tho tent to-night.
Lebkuchou und Schaumconfect
gerado wio iu Doutschlaud und viclo
audero schoeuu suesse Sacheu fuer
Welhnaehteu loi Hart & Co. The
Etito Ire Cream Parlorsl
Portuguese boys have boon de
tected stealing the Bulletin front
tho houses of subscribers. When a
few of them are inside the police
station, the practice will be checked.
Tho Japanese who was arrested
near Smith's bridge on Wednesday
has boon sentenced to one month s
imprisonment, after tho expiration
of which he will bo sout back to
P. O. Joues and C. Bolte, of the
Planters' Company Trustees, had a
conference with tho Hoard of Immi
gration yesterday. They wanted re
strictions on the introduction of
Chinese labr abated. No decision
H. 0. Biart, who was for teu years
the practical jeweler for Weuuor &
Co., has opened a new place at 114
King street, corner Alakea street.
Watchmaking, souvenir spoons, and
jtnvolry of every description made on
George Howe fell in au epileptic
Gt ou tort street, uear Hotol street,
this forenoon. Ho was placed on
tho step of the Criterion Saloon and
ur. J. h. .ncurew was summoned,
rfowo was taken to his room aud re
covered. He is all right again.
Commencing Saturday wo
Will KKKP OI'KN KVKNINGS till
the Holiday trade is over
We have put electric lights
into the Btore, nnd are ready
for the rush. From day to
day our buHUioss increases.
We are kept moving from
morning till night ; no only
oui'hoIvch hut the goods are ;
what i the reason of it V Jt'
sim,dy tills : We have been
whispering words of economy ;
we have talked abut judi
cious b ying, until at last yoi
realize tiul you tan really ob
tain fhst-cluss goods of us at
prices you would pay for
shoddy goods elsewhere. We
call them Quick Sales aud
"mall Profit Prices, which
mean- in plain English that
there i no such tiling as just
the sumo goods for less mon
ey. You icalie it; every
body realizes it ; hence our in
ert used hiiMiiiss. .Judicious
buyers, shrewd buyers, ti ose
that appreciate the best goods
for the least money, are the
ones you see mapping in the
new goods as fast as they go
on the counters '1 hey are
the class of buyois w me
This week you will find a
ucnuiue Ilargain counter load
ed down with caucus. t;ixt;
The following letters received from Ar. Jno. A. Scott, Atana
ager Hilo Sugar Co., refer to the Aveky Fertilizer Distribu
tors and Stubble Diggers, for which the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. are sole agents. Ar. Scott first saw these implements
at the Columbia Exhibition in Chicago, and was so favorably
impressed with their appearance that he immediately ordered
samples shipped to the Hilo Sugar Co. Ar. H. Deacon, Atana
ger for Pepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these imple
ments from Ar. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with them
' in the letter published herewith:
I PtrKEKEo, Aug. 8, 1891.
J. A. Scott,
j lh'at Sir: Iu reply to yours iu relation to the "Avery" Stubble Diggers
tuu ruriuiKLT iisiriuiiiurn.
t would say that 1 have been using the Diggers almost constantly since
t ruceiveditbem, and am highly pleased with them. As the name signifies,
1 find them specially adapted to the work of loosening tho soil about rat
toon stools, and they may be used to great advautago either before or
after the Fertilizer Distributors, thi-roby putting the rattoou fields in the
very best condition for a rapid growth. They are a light draft machine,
aud 1 would recommend them to any plantation owner.
The Fertilizer Distributor is a great labor saving machine, and I find
that 1 shall need ouo more to fill our requirements hero.
1 remain, yours respectfully,
(Signed) II. Dcacox,
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Wainaku, Hilo, Aug. 9, 181)1.
Mn. K. it. Hknuiiv, Honolulu.
.Mar .Sir: lu reply to your enquiries regarding the working of tho
"Avery" Stubble Diggers and Fertilizer Distributors. I would say that I
have been using the Diggers for some months and have dug some eight
hundred acres of stools with them, thoroughly loosening the soil in and
about tho roots, thus giving them an excellent opportunity for many more
shoots to come forth than usually do. And I find that there is a thicker
stand of cauo where it has boon stubble dug. The machine works In fer
tilizers ou rattoou stools without any further hand labor, mixing them
thoroughly with the soil and allowing them to gel to the routs of the
The Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for some time and I
have fertilized ab"iit four hundred acres with them thus far and they are
doing all the makers claim for them, distributing the fortilizurs lu an even
tnauuor on each sidn of the cane and iu whatever quantity desired. They
are a good labor saving machine and aro doing the work of suteral inuii.
These machines are of light draft aud strongly made ami there is nothing
liable to get out of order, lean fully recommend these to plantation
owners. 1 remain, vourn trnlv.
(Signed) Jons A. Scott,
Manager Hilo Sugar Co.
We received by the Alameda a carload of Avery & Sons' Im
plements which include Fertilizer Distributors, Stubble Diggers
and Improved Sugar Land Cultivators. The latter has solid
discs and shovel attachments. They are admirably adapted for
use in the soil here and will be found necessary on every plan
tation. The Fertilizer Distributor is arranged fo work on land where
the furrows are irregular with the same facility as where they
Any information regarding these machines will be furnished
on application to
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
tr.iii.i 307 Fort Street, Honolulu.
HOLIDAY .-. GOODS !
That Meet All Demands and Satisfy All Wants
520 Fort St
Q a rxx c
Come and sic Our Immense Variety of Fancy
Novelties s'litable for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
A ('HOICK A880KTMKNTOK
Silk Drap s. Lace Table Runners, Lim Scarfs,
AT liXCKI'lIONAI.I.Y LOW I'lMCKS.
Hand HiiH 1'urneH and Card Cuses
IN (IIIKAT VAItlKTY.
Laco Bod Spreads, Pimdi Scarfa, Fancy Tab'o Covorn,
Useful nml Acci'iilhlile I'rcsentn.
IM ni"SG li'lk Vflsts, Mti Silk Hose,
Lncllps' 0nwnrk SUlc Hose In While. UUrlc anil HlmHcs ol Tan.
Novel'ies in St.vnr Warn! Ladies' Fine Ptratolsl
tm. hunt pmiukt tiik iirri.K folks -a
Children's Dresses, Capes and Cloaks !
Imo nml Silk R)' nt. Ci.lldmr.. Fins, l'ltrtKul, Klc, Kto , F.tc.
A most Uuiiiiiio HiiM'k nml LM tt leVnn, itiil price" Unit will antonluli you.
I.iitlcs' l'ln- Vh"u Hnmmril t I li II imRi'nOiUM nt f i irilntvn.
I. IU' Wll t" llliilirn ilerc.l 1 1 it tit 1 oulilc'i l&i enrli or MM a ilnteti.
I.hII'k Silk ll.ttnlk.iulili-N, inlroliicxl; for 15o n it ii(.wnrxli.
Gentlf nun's Sik Unibmihis, Sik N-g'ige Shirts and Pajamas!
(luti'liMiiiin IIm Nruk W. nr. rhl nrniilti.
(liMiti niuii'h ik I. i'ti mi" '. I red llo-Mer Ilini''kircli'ff.
Ikiiilcnif.'- Milk llnn.ik n-t.lcf ill XV. t-m-li or J.I ."n a iloten.
Uuntlfiiinii' Fine Line i llatnlku ulilf, fancy livrili'r; nt 3 75 jn-r Jorru.
Silks ! Silkis ! Silks !
Fine : Holiday : Goods
TO-MORROW, Dc. 15th,
AT 10 O'OUHIK A. M.,
I will Full at I'ulillo Auo'lim. it in v B.leii
riMiiiib, a Iirgi Varle y of
Fine Japanese Screens
Choice I it of lironztf ami Mutul Ware,
A Vrlety of
HATTAN CUAIU8 AM) LuUNUKH.
Also, a Urge Variety of Lace Curtains.
Tho Whole to ho Hold without ltts.rve.
Liquor a Oaah
JuiIko Coonitr hu fouiul for do
fundant in Loui. Audrailn va Quo
riuo Fernandez, a jury-wnivod as
nutupsit Miipoal of plaintiff from thu
District Court. A. O. Corroa for
plaintiff; J. L Kaulukou for dofond
ant. Tho Court discovered tbat
I'baruua of "cash" should havo been
charges of liquor sold to dofondaut
Judge Whitiug haa confirmed the
sale of land for thu Opfergelt
minors, by W F. Alleu, guardian.
It in a piece of laud adjoining tho
homestead lately recovered at law
from the estate by Lau Chong. Jag.
F. Morgau, auctioneer, certified to
the Bale ot tho piece through him to
Lau Choug, the highest biddor, for
Judge Whiting haa approved the
accouuta iu the John MoColgau es
tate presented by Jaa. F. Morgau,
trustee, also accepted tho resignation
of Mr. Morgan as such trustee, aud
come aud look at them.
aud if you di n't think they
arc the best goods for the
money, don't huy them.
Rff Have you counted up
the Sales Checks you have i
ceived fiom iih yet?
ijg" KhMKMUKlt, we keep
open nights from suturduy,
Dec 15th, till the Holiday
B. P. KIlTiflKS & CO.
f in nil tlic i VI l.r.tPil
KPtrk In the tlnltiil
IMl'OUTEIIfl, WHOI.KSALK AND ItKTAII. DKALKUS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
JEaiOLLISTIEIR Ac OO.
Cor. Fort and Morohant Stronts.
rftiU ,,w",' . TEiMiMtP
UI'KCIAL HA ltd VI N'
We 1 1 iivo J ki It i'i Ire I c
far- hl'IXIAL IIAKOAINHI
S. H 'iVoniln" a l.rn Involro ol
Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Silks!
Holul Col r-
In ul the IMI.nti H'm.li". aid I'r.lty Htrla.
till'tir i In) K'ltlr- I.01
FOR SO O ENTS .A. YJ&.TUD
Thur&dii; EwnlDf, U, SOih
AT 7 O'ULOOK,
Displiy of New Goods!
J11M urrlvvil i'r Imrk 1'unl ImnihorK.
appoiule.i UavlU Uaytou lu uisBteau.
The property comprises the Criterion
Saloou. tho blacksmith shop adjoin
N MTU Kit TIIK OAI'IAIN Mill TIIK
Aft'iiiHuf I lii llrttli.li Imrk "(lluiilvnr"
will Ih rrnHiiulliM (01 liny id hU cunlrHilwl
by thu craw. LH'.MK'
iug, aud I ho stand formerly occupied
by the Qeruiania Market ou Fort
street, also a homestead ou Judd
street. The accounts show receipt
&551.U, expenditures !802.ti(, bal
THE LATE CAPTAIN BIET.
His Funeral Yostorday The Jury's
Tho funeral of Captain John Biot.
late master of tho Gorman bark Paul
Iseiiborg, took place at 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon from Williams'
undertaking parlor" on King street.
MomlierH of the linn of II. llaekfeld
& Co. attended the funeral, as well
as thoolllcers aud crow of the l'aul
Iseiiborg, also nearly all the ship
Tim coroner's Jury rendered a ver
dict that Captain Hint's death was
caused by au overdone of laudanum.
BY VlKTl'K OF A Wll IT OF KXK01T.
tlon Usiii-U out of ihu Dlatilcl I ourt
on the 10th iIhv of Iltciiinlior, A. I. lKi I,
liKaiimt L lirmlfuy, ilufuiiiliuii, In favor ot
Mr Thus Luck. nl-ilnflV. for tin hiiiii of
t'Sl M. 1 huve lnviid iijkjii ami nIiuII dximi-u
for imlo ut the l'ollru Mullim. In tin- lilt
triut of Honolulu, Iihiml of tmhii, ut 1'
o'clook of SATUliDAY, tl.u IU1I1 iliiy ol
Jiinuury. A. 1). IMO, to the hiKlmst hl.lilcr,
nil the rllit, lltlo unil Intfreat of thu kiiIi!
L. Ilruilluv. ilnft'iiilunl. In nml 10 tht ()!
IowIiik roiurty, mitunj miiil jiiilh'int-nt,
Interest, cuaia anil my uxpeimu he ne
Lmtof iroicrty for Halu;
1 Huiul'ruiii; Muuhlnu, 1 W111I1 Itiidln
1 WarUrohc, 7 Hcho.il UmU, I Oil Stuvf.
'2 Jllaulc lloarjs, 1 .Miulu Itiick nml loi of
K. O. lUTCHl'OOK,
Momhal Itupiihlht of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Duo. 13, Ib'M. I2"J-U
BUlTCE WARING & CO.
Jf you me iu need of HAY and
GRAIN for your h. ,,n(
gi 13 lnK up Teleph huh
175. We deliver to all parts of
the eity. -:- -: - -:-
And at All Times
At Wnlklkl on inr line a in I on I'liluma
Ito.nl imitr I'VrtllitliiK I'liini. 'IIicm UiIh
urn Wry Cliunp nml Holil on i'iv lurinc.
Detintliln Acre Trui'U nnir thu rll ami
other l'roK'rtli'N for Main.
llltrCK WAIIINO A CO.
Dealcrt In aU ami l.ai'iU,
l.'ll tf fl I'oit Hlnet, near Kill)!
I OhT, A JAIANKi: l'IKI(
1j I'iiihIIh. Illxltk UUil wliltn.
iMiW'li'f (!' " '"I" l''Ki "'I .7
Mur to thu iniini' of '"'i." " -
Kii'ilu' ri'lurii to Mr.T. KhVLSvini'iiinl
u.. -I... If....l.ulu ...ul.l wl I .u. I
mm'.. llM.."liu . iiiiiis n 1 rnmi'iii i. ni f
wle thu ilove ruwanl. I'-MJ-jt
Union Feed Co.,
Temple of Fashion
610 H'ort Street
On December 1, 1801, we will I
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tin. Hutu will ninlinno ilnr li),' tlm KNTIHK MONTH OK HKUKM-
lll.lt. 'Ihu llniMli III III) illnjobinl of, t'lillrUl of
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Boots, Shoo uiul Gout's Furnishiny; Ooods.
tm. An I i'Iim. AHNcrliiient of TOYH FOlt CIIUISTMAS mw
Ld. O, SILVA, Proprietor.
HUMES' ROOT BHIHiR,.
IS A IIO.MKM VDi: AND IIOMKMAKINO IUCVKHAOE.
It ih very t'.iHily iti'i.mil, ami il thu 'pl.iin ilirectmiis are
(ollnwi'il, it will ulw.iyi- hi- hihhI. Kory ineiiiliur of tho family,
(rniii tin1 luliy In tin' Kriitnlfiitlior, cm enjoy IIiiiku' Itoor Ukkk,
and ui'i mn of llii'in will liuve ln'ttir liciilth fur each swallow
tlicy tiikn. It improve the iipputite, piuilicH thu Mood, and
lonuh thu wliolo -yi-tfin. ('Iiihlri'ii i-fpeei.illy iluliht in Hiuks'
ltoor l!i;i;u I tn pri'i.iriitioii inltrotri them, nml itH tine ilocn
ilicin Komi. In iliiiue.iiul.i o( humeri, "IIiiikd' Hoot IJkkii that
mnlhiT niiidi)," will lie iiiiuiiik the liu(iiient recolleetiiniH of
eliililliooil It cliMiiKfi. the H.vnii'm of ihe poieoiioiib immom tlut
iteM'lop in kiilncy ami iirimiiy iliruio-i'H, nml in fact, in uny cam)
th.it urUt'e finin .tn inijiimi ritute of the tilooil.
Dihlinutly umlnrrianil IIiiikh' ltoor IIkku in witliont aiulte
r.itiun or any elii'inii'iil or urtilicml uiliiiixtiiri' wo prove it il t
in. ule in our open Laliuiiilory. No eeeret pmcoaii. Wo take thu
lient IIoiIm nml Iti.nU, Imil Ihi'in down, lioitle them ami uuml
llit'in In you. l'erliapi there irii't nnother Knot Hoor l.aliora
tmy in ihoriitiiiliy upon to pulilii'Myo, KM'iyhody knows Hikks
ltoor Hixii eliinne.iU eiiu't iippioufh n.tluro. Will ymt tno
n.ii nml ItiHit Hiur nml NitUfy your Ihir.l ami Htroiicthon youi
liutly.oi will you list .iriilii'iul Itont liter to nvo it few pouiik'a
nml rum your lnalt li Y I'lu'ie in leu timer .ik inui'li Hiiikh' Hoot
11i:i:ii Midi il'.iu all utln-r It it IL-er extraula eoiuliiueil.
lloilltllN' Dltl'lJ ('(IMI'ANY. . ..
IIknson, S.Mi'nt k C'ilmpanv.
lIoi.l.lhTKIt Dltl'll COMl'ANY, II'll....
Li:vis Ai Company
. . . Wholemilu DruiHtti
. . . Grocers