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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HOXOETJEU, JANUARY (3, 1894. botf and elb? lac? off the; Wit; bur nee" go thef eta to C. in lipi a tot at! IW pc of : mi tli tk ri vA bx. tb TJ tb of; t I ti a" h c 8' I 1 i 4 1 LATEST IIR'S PR OM HAMAKUA Annual Match of the Honokaa Rifle Association. A WOMAN STRICKEN WITH PARALYSIS. Illegal DUtillrm Arrestee! Iloine- steaders Complain of the Iload Latest Jfew From Our Correspond ent Interesting News and Notes From "Windward. -Hamakua, January 3, 1893. The rain hai again stopped for a time bat this afternoon it began to cloud and is showering a little now at 6 p. m. Before night we expect to be deluged by Pluvius' liquid. The Honokaa Rifle Association held its annual match shooting yes terday, but of the members only two were present, beside a few other persons. Below is - the score of Mr. R. T. Rickard and Mr. M. V. Holmes. The former had already won the medal twice, but in order to become its owner, he had to win it a third time, which he did, as shown by the score : TWO HUNDRED YARDS. R.T. Rickard... 4 54454454 413 M. V. Holmes-4 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 5 442 Notwithstanding the wind, which was blowing pretty hard, the shoot ing as to points was a success. Both participants are "old hands" in the use of firearms. Another match, five rounds, be tween G. F. Affonso and Thomas Rickard, Jr., took place at 1 :30 r. 3i. Below is the score : G. F. AlTonso , 4 4 4 5 421 Thomas Rickard, Jr- 4 4 3 4 419 Both participants are novices in the use of he rifle. A Paauhau Portuguese woman was stricken with paralysis on De cember 22, 1893, on the 24th a child was born to her, and on the 25th she became delirious and rav ing, and attempted to bite anyone going near her. It took all that two strong men could do to keep her down on her conch of pain. On the 29th, after a long sleep of fourteen hours, she woke up and spoke and acted as rationally as any person. Yesterday two of the Government homesteaders at Papalele were ar rested in the act of distilling "okole-hao." Three bottles had already been distilled when three policemen Mathlas, Lunahiwa and Kaliopaleole who were in ambush watching the "moonshiners," think ing that enough of the illicit liquor had been manufactured, arrested the two busy law-breakers. They were locked up and today were tried and found guilty of "contraband distillation of liquor." A fine of $100 and $3.25 costs was imposed on each, and in addition they were sentenced to three months impris onment apiece at hard labor, with board and lodging at the expense of the Government, on the Volcano road from Hilo. The honor of having the first Cfourt attendance, however, belongs to a nunber of refractory Japanese from one of the planta tions. The Honokaa plantation is dis charging some of the old reliable white laborers to make room for Japanese who will do worse work and get less pay. Thus are the Europeans and Americans deriving their benefit from the importation of Japanese cheap labor into Ha waii. The Hamakua homesteaders are complaining at the neglected state of the roads running among the homestead settlements. The Hono kaa homesteads, which are thriv ing in population and importance, have only one wagon road, and that has been made at their own ex pense. The whole main Hamukua road is in a pretty fair condition, better than it ever was. Some ask, why not stop working on it for a time and do a little on the neglect ed homestead roads? The road re cently described as following the lot of the late Evans, has not yet been opened, although the Govern ment issued the order for the work to be done. The Kilauea Hou leaves Paauhau tomorrow for Honolulu with sugar, and the Waialeale is expected daily with the Hamakua portion of the foreign mail. - " " Sailors' Home Society, The following officers of the Sail-! ors Home bociety were elected;! F. A. Schaefer, secretary; J. H. Paty, treasurer. Executive com mittee : J. B. Atherton, C. M. Cooke and A. S. Cleghorn. W. W. Hall, W. G. Irwin, B. F. Dillingham, A. S. Cleghorn, H. F. Glade and T. May were elected as trustees, to serve for the'next three years. PERSONALS. Miss Harriet Burrows, who has been visiting the family of J. A. Hopper for some time past, left on the Kinau yesterday for a short trip to the volcano. Mrs. Widdifield left for Maui on the Kinau yesterday. Miss Kate Cornwell leaves by to day's steamer for San Francisco. Miss Crawshay, who, with her brother, has spent some time in Honolulu, leaves for home on the Australia today. Mr. Crawshay left a short time ago by a sailing vessel. Hon. L. A. Thurston returns to the States by the Australia. Vice and Deputy Consul Boyd and wife leave by today's Austra lia. Mr. Boyd will probably not return until the latter part of next March. Mr. Wildridge, superintendent engineer, who came from Sydney to inspect the engines of the S. S. Miowera, goes by the Australia to San Francisco today. Right Rev. Bishop of Honolulu left for Maalaea by the Kinau yes terday. Miss Maggie Powers, Principal of the Makala English school, Kohala, Hawaii, returned thither by the Kinau yesterday. J. R. Gait, of Seattle, left for the volcano yesterday. Dr. Taylor, U. S. N., was a pas senger to the Coast by the Peking. Sam Parker and A. P. Peterson leave for the Coast today. Gus Mauer, barber at the Ha waiian Hotel, leaves on the S. S. Australia today to enjoy a two months' vacation on the Coast. Mr. Hocking will take his place during his absence. Hon. Wm. S. Warner Cordially Endorses Hood'o The Best Blood Purijter. Hon. William S. Warner Fond du Lac. WLi. The following Is from ex-Congressman Warner, a gentleman highly esteemed by all who know him: "I can truly say that I consider Hood's Sarsa- parillaUio best medicine for purifying the blood. It did me good when physicians and other meat" cines failed. It has increased my appetite and HI3 Sarsaparilla teemed to renew my youth. This is absolutely true." 7. S. Wauxxs, Fpnd Du Lac, wis. Hood' 8 Pills cure Constipation by rested ft m , . . . m . m m 9 a. lae penstamc action 01 ine alimentary canmv HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO., 3336 Wholesale Agents. OH AS. J. FLSHEL'S Final Sale Going Out of tlie Dry Goods Business! COMMENCING- Next Monday, Oct. 2 Oar entire Stock will be disposed of REGARDLESS OF COST Values totally unknown to the purchas ing public of this town will greet you. We are in Karnest 1 We are Sincere I 7Come in to see us and bring your pocketbook along. Chas?. .J. Fishel. 3497-tf Land in Sioux City, Iowa. F OR SALE OR FXC::ANE FOR Sandwich Island property, several thousand acres, quantities to suit, near Sioux City, Iowa; Forne inside ciry limits. tLJ See m-iD at the Gazette office. Address D. U. TALBOT, 2571-4 w 3tv Sioux City.Iowa, U.S.A. BY AUTHORITY Sale of Lease of a Portion of the Government Land of Kaohe, Hamakua, Hawaii, On FRIDAY, February 2, 1894, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Building, will be sold at public auction, the lease of a portion of the Government Land of Kaohe, Hama kua, Hawaii, containing an area of 1S5 acres, a little more or less. Term Lease for ten years. Upset price $185 per annum, payable semi-annually in advance. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, January 4, 1894. 3578-3t Sale of the Remnants of the Gov ernment Lands of JPolema and Poupou, in Pu na, Hawaii, On FRIDAY, February 2, 1894, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Execntive Buildin?, will be sold at public auction, the remnants of the Gov ernment Lands of Pulema and Poupou, in Puna, Hawaii, containing an area of 675 acres, a little more or less. Upset price $675. It is conditioned that tho purchaser of the above lands shall pay cost of survey and plotting of same. Full information in this regard can be obtained .upon ap plication to the Land Office, Interior Department. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, January 3, 18S4. 3577-3t Water Notice, In accordance with Section 1 of Chap ter XXYI of the Jaws of 188G, all persons holding water privileges or those paying water rates, are hereby notified that the water rates for the term ending June 30, 1894, will ba due and payable at the office of the Honolnlu Water Works on the 1st day of January, 1S94. All such rates remaining unpaid for fifteen days after they are due will be subject to an additional ten per cent. Kates are payable at the office of the Water Works in the Kapuaiwa Building. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent Honolulu Water Works Office of Honolulu Water Works, Ho nolulu, December 22, 193. 3569-20t Sale of Government Land, Koo lau, Maui, On TUESDAY, January 30, 1894, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance of the Executive Building, will be sold at pub lic auction all that tract of Government land in Koolau, Maui, known as East Makaiwa and lying between the laud of W. Makaiwa and the Kaaiea Gulch and extending from seashore to Government road. Area 243 acres, more or less. Up3et price $300. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, Dec 29, 1S93. 3574-3t Pound Notice, D. K. KAPILI has this day been appointed Poundmaster to the Govern ment Pound at Hilo, Hawaii, vica Geo. J. McCarty. JAS. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, December 22, 1893. 3570-3t Notice. From and after this date, no day will be observed as a national holiday, unless the fame shall have been previously gazetted as such by the Minister of the Interior. J. A. KING, Minister of the Interior. Interior Office, January 2, 1S94. 3576-3t Office of the Board of Health. ) Honolulu, December 18, 1893. J Owing to the existence of. Scarlet Fever on the Island of Hawaii, the Board of Health deems it necessary for the information of the public to publish the following : SIGNS OF SCAIILET FEVER. Scarlet fever first shows itself with headache, vomiting, sore throat and high fever. Within twelve or twenty-four hours, a fine bright scarlet rash appears on the face and upper part of the body, soon spreading over the whole surface. Alter the third day it fades. After the eighth day the skin begins to pee! in fine scles on the body often in largs flakes fron the hands and feet. This scaling lasts from four to six weeks. There is danger of spreading from the time of the appearance of the r.ish until the skin has entirely peeled off. The flakes of dry skin are especially dangerous in spread ing the disease. Any person showing the early signs before mentioned should be immediate ly reported to the t?eal;h Officials. 'VILLI AM O. SMITH, President tJoard of Health. 35C5 15lO-3t Artistic ori ruins U G Af 2TTE CSmcral Stitorrtiseintnts. i 0. HALL & Si HEADQUARTERS FOR Engineers' Supplies, . Plantation Supplies, Painters' Supplies, ALSO Ship hiuuilery, Leather and General Hardware we have all grades from cheap to the best Lubricating Oils such as Cylinder, Lard, Sperm, Castor, Mineral, Engine and many others. Lubricating Compound, Cotton Waste, Oil ers, andJOil Cups; a large as sortment of Machinists' Tools, and about everything needed around an engine room. Cane Knives will now be needed, and we have a good stock of Disston's, the extra heavy steel article. dur line ot Painters' Goods is large. Brushes, both Adams' and Whiting's of all sizes and shapes. White Leads and Zinc, Red Lead and Oxide; Mixed Paints, all shades; Colors in Oil or Japan; Dry Paints, Boiled and Raw Oil, Turpentine, and in fact everything a painter needs to oo a jood job with we have. Our. large tock of Ship Chandlery is as complete as ever, and in the Leather Line, we carry the largest and best assorted stock in town. "Give us a call and we will prove all these statements and show you that our prices are low. - E. 0. H ALL & SON, vor. foil ti.d in Sts. C. Brewer & Company LIMITED Offer jFoa? Sale EX RECENT ARRIVALS Merchandise as Follows YELLOW JIETAL SHEETING, Rosendale Cement, Manila and Sisal Cordage, Oars, all sizes, Pick Handles, Canal Barrows, Nests of Trunks, Felting, Lamp Chimneys, Ash and Oak Plank, Plaster, Blacksmiths' Coal ! (CUMBEELA2JD) Cases Turpentine, Carriages, Express Wagons, Mule Carts, Ox Oai'ts ! Hand Carts. 'All of which are offered to the trade at lowest market quotations. O. Brewer&Co.,(L'd.) 3514-3m Qneen Stree Administrator's Notice to Cred itors. IIE UNDERSIGNED, AD- ministrator wit a v'tn annexed or in e Es tate of ROBJSKT BROWN, late 'of Kaneohe, Oahn, deceased, hereby pives notice that all claims aain-t the Estate of s-aid Robert Brown, most be presented to the undersigned within ix months from the date of the publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. WILLIAM O. SMITH. Administrator. Will Annexed Estate Robert Brown, deceased. Honolulu, December IS. 1S03. 1510-4 3565-2 3tntval HOLIDAY JUST OPENED BY THE ' Pacific Hardware A large portion of oar Holiday Goods were de!ayed on the railroad, bat the srrir! this week have pat us in possession of lines of New Goods specially selected for this seaport. Fancy Rattan Chairs, Tables, Kasies. Westmorel and Other Patterns ia Ghssware Comprising: Jugs, Jars, Bowls, Sets, Dishes, Salad Bowls, Cheese Dishes, Cracker Jars, Sugar Baskets, Ice Tubs, Oil, Vinegar ana Catsup Bottles, Tumblers,Wine, Champagne and other Glasses, Eoyal Worcester, Doulton, Copeland and Haviland Cat Cameo Wares, in choice pieces suitaole for presents; - Japanese China in Satsuma, Owari, Kioto, Plated and Silver Ware in Cases, Kogers Bros. Forks and Spoons J3A choice lot of FERNS in pots aud baskets, at very low prices. Pictures and Frames; Picture Framing in all the latest stvles. Holiday Holiday N iV at. A WEST P JUU Fort Street, TJZSTIQTJE Silver and White Metal Ware! 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Fancy Table ''overs and Scarfs, Embroidered Baby Blankets and Buggy Covers SPECIAL BARGAINS IN INFANTS EMBROIDERED COATS AND BONNETS If you are looking for lishment; our assortment of fancy articles is immense, our PRICES WE GUARANTEE TO Slitotrtisflrttntfl. GOODS ! Oo. Etc SS O KT M K N woods ! (joods ! E 1.0 ES AT N: S. SACHS' Honolulu, DESIGNS IN of shapes, - Silver Back Combs and Brushe c5 Holiday Goods, visit our estab BE THE LOWEST.