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THE PACIFIC C030IERC1-AX ADVERTISER: HO-NOIiUXU, JANUARY "5, 1805.
PASSED RIGHT MERRILY. Story of the Holiday Seascn at Hilo. PROMPT MAILS AUK A1TICKCI ATED. CIrnlr of !! Clr-ult Court Legal Lights In Town How .New Years 1Ym Celebrated Arrival ou the Annie Johnion-Chrlitniai Services. Hilo (Hawaii), Jan. II. Christmas was celebrated right merrily through out this district. All the churches held services or conducted exercises appropriate to the day. The First Foreign Church held their exercises on the Sunday morning pre ceding Christmas. They were con ducted by the choir and fjjunday school, and were of a most interesting nature. A very pleasing feature was the singing of an ancient Christmas carol, said to be the first music writ ten for a Christmas service. The children of the Sunday school sang several very pretty songs and recited a number of appropriate selections. The choir rendered a portion of a can tata, entitled "The Morning Star," In which they were assisted by the older pupils of the Sunday school, who re cited the verses. Mrs. Frances Edger ton, one of San Francisco's most popu lar elocutionists, kindly consented to give a recitation, and selected an old Scotch piece, entitled "The Palace of a King," which charmed her hearers. The Japanese church held its ser vices on Christmas eve, and the other churches celebrated the following evening. .... The native church had probably the : largest Christmas tree in town. It was hung from top to bottom with the dantiest little "goody-goody" bags, made by the King's Daughters. The church was packed with its many friends, who listened most interestedly to the excellent programme carried out so well by the children of the church and Sunday school. The Chinese kindergarten, under the direction of Mrs. Walsh, also In dulged in Christmas festivities and tho pleasures of a pretty tree well laden with gilts and goodies. The homes of Mr. Charles Trow bridge and Mr. J. D. Marlin were made happy by the arrival of their families on the Annie Johnson lust in time for the holidays. "Colonel" Trowbridge Is one of Hllo'a most en thuaiastio coffee planters, and has taken his family to his splendid new residence on the V olcano road, twenty one miles from IIllo. Among the other passengers on the Annie Johnson were several tourists and pleasure seekers. Mrs. Edgerton accompanied her friend, Mrs. Wether bee. Professor Henshaw, of the Smithsonian Institute at Washington, and Miss Henshaw were also passen gers. They have been to the volcano, . and, although greatly disappointed in - not seeing Madame Pele "flare up," they express themselves as perfectly charmed with the beauty of the road and thepleasures of the trip. Last Thursday evening Mrs. Fran ces B. Edgerton gave a recital at the Courthouse. The following pro gramme was greatly appreciated by those who availed themselves of the opportunity of listening to her splen did rendition: Ride to the Fort F. B. E. A-Sad Mistake Anon Como- Joaquin Miller Tantalus .. Joaquin Miller A Giddy Girl E. W. Wilcox Masnue and Domino Anon Ta InquaM.....M Austin Dobson Aunt Peggie and High Art....-Dallis Winter's Tale (Act V., Scene III) M - Shakespeare Money Musk .. Tayler Some forty couples joined In a dance at the Courthouse New Tear's H.ve to celebrate the coming of the year 1895. At 12 o'clock the new year was her alded midst bio wincr of horns and beating of tins, and all hands ex changed tne season's greetings, sand wiches, coffee and cake were served and the dancing continued until alter 2 cclock. New Years' Day saw a merry gath ering of picnickers on Cocoanut Isl and who thoroughly enjoyed the per fect weather. They sailed around beautiful Hilo bay in Mr. Severance's yacht Aurora. During the day Mr. J. R. Wilson conducted a turkey shoot on the beach. Those who carried off the honors and most of the turkeys were, Messrs. Allan Wall, A. M. Wilson, and E. E. Richards. Hlloltes were made happy this week by the receipt of their Christmas mail without delay in Honolulu. To the Wilder Steamship Company they extend their thanks for the prompt ness with which the mail was dis patched both ways. The Hawaii car ried a mall to catch the outgoing China, and the Likelike surprised the people on the 30th with the Aus tralia's mail of the 29th. Miss Helen Severance goes to Ho nolulu tomorrow to be present at the wedding of her cousin, Miss Gertrude Severance. She intends prolonging her stay for several weeks. Miss MacLeod and Miss Hattie Austin return to resume their respec tive school duties in Honolulu. Deputy Marshal Brown also returns to his home by the Kinau. Mr. Collier, who has been the guest of Dr. R. B. Williams and Mr. F. M. Wakefield for some time, leaves for Honolulu tomorrow. Mr. Oscar White arrived in tewn yesterday. Among the legal lights in town at tending court duties this week, are Messrs. C. W. Ashford, W. R. Castle and S. K. Kane. Circuit Court for the Fourth Circuit opened today, Wednesday. The fol lowing is the calendar for this Janu ary term, 1895: CRUONAI. CASES HAWAIIAN. Republic of Hawaii vs. Enoka (k); disorderly person. Kane for defend ant. Republic of Hawaii vs. Kelcabuoa (k); tlablng with giaut powder. Wake field and Kane for defendant. Republic of Hawaii vs. Haabeo (k); larceny, fourth degree. Republic of Hawaii vs. Danlela (k) and Kalunaliilli (k); gaming Hitch cock and Wilder for defendants. CRIMINAL CASES rORKION. Republic of Hawaii vs. Ah Sing iCh); perjury, second degree. Ash ford and Wakefield for defendant. Republic of Hawaii vs. Long Poo (Ch); subordination of perjury. Ash ford and Wakefield for defendant. Republic of Hawaii vs. Tarahaila (Jap); malicious injury. Republic of Hawaii vs. Atai (Chi selling liquor without license. Wake field for defendant. CIVIL CASES HAWAIIAN. Tax Collector of Hilo vs. E. Kekoa (k); refusing to pay taxes. Kane for defendant. Tax Collector of Hilo vs. Henry West (k); refusing to pay taxes. A. P. Brlckwood vs. Mrs. Labapa Brickwood; deserting her husband. CIVIL CASES MIXED JURY. Henry West (k) vs. Mrs. Jose Fou tado and Mrs. M. de Sllva; damages. CIVIL CASES FOREIGN JURY. Antone G. Serrao vs. J. G. Serrao; damages. Castle for plaintiff, V. V. Ashford for defendant. Manuel Lopez (k) vs. Armlna Lo pez (w); deserting husband. Wake field for defendant. Mrs. A. E. H. Moore vs. F. S. Ly man; trespass. Castle, Hitchcock and Wilder for plaintiff, Ashford and Wakelleld for defendant JURY WAIVED. Charles K. Kunane (k) vs. Kaaea moku (k); assumpsit. Hitchcock and Wilder for plaintiff, C. Williams for defendant. Emele (w) vs. Charles Williams; replevin. Hitchcock and Wilder for plaintiff, C. Williams for defendant. DIVORCES. Carolina Cordeiro Ferreira vs. An tone Ferreira. Hitchcock and Wilder for llbellant. Akol (w) vs. Ken Kau (Ch.) 8. K. Kane for llbellant; Hitchcock and Wilder for libelee. Nawailau (k) vs. Mekala (w). Hitch cock and Wilder' for llbellant. Leialoba Akaka (w) vs. Akaka (Ch). O. T. Sbipman for llbellant. Ah Hoon (Ch.) vs. Kaaikuahiwa (w). Hitchcock and Wilder for llbel lant. Akul (Ch.) vs. Mlleka (w). Hitch cock and Wilder for llbellant. Mrs. Lahapa Brickwood vs. A. P. Brlckwood. S. R. Kane for llbellant. Adolph Hussmann vs. Lulka Huss mann. V. V. Ashford for llbellant. Emily Elizabeth Stevens vs. Chas. Joseph Stevens. F. M. Wakefield for llbellant. Armina Lopez vs. Manuel Lopez. F. M. Wakefield for llbellant. Include a 12-page Gazette and & copy of this morning's Advertiser in your mail today. w it A Dream? No, for my awakening was a stern reality. Yes, I entered McLNERNY'S SHOE STORE yesterday and bought a pair of HATHWAY, SOULE AND HABRINGTOFS WAVKBNPHAST hoes .oo FOR I could scarcely believe my own eyes, and this morning I bought another pair for I believe in laying in a stock when euch inducements as this is offered. McINEEHT'S SHOE STORE. Mutual Tel. 266. P. O. Box 158 . WING WO TAI & CO., 214 KUUAXU STREET, HONOLULU, H. I, a Commission Merchants IMPOBTXBS AD DEALERS IN General Merchandise, Fine Manila Cigars, Chinese and Japanese Crockeryware. ' A fine assortment of Dress Silks. Ct-T Inspection of new Goods respect fully solicited. 3873-y , Wanted. EMPLOYMENT WANTED BY AN English girl, 16 years of age. Ad dress C. M. 8., this office. 3883-St 85 From fionolaalu A Gloomy Prospect Changed to Brightness and Health Dyspepsia and Kidney Trouble Perfectly Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. Good health you cannot have without pur blood; therefore, to keep well, puri fy your blood by taking Hood's Sarsa parilla. This medicine is peculiarly de signed to act upon the blood, and through that upon all the organs and tissues of the body. It has a specific action also, and as sists nature to expel from the system all humors, impure particles and effete matter through the lungs, liver, I towels, kidneys and skin. It effectually aids weak, im paired and debilitated organj, invigorates tLto nervous system, tones the digestion and impart new life and energy to all the functions of the body. A peculiarity of Hood's Sarsaparilla is that it strengthens and builds up the system while it eradi cates disease. Thus it is that nervous ness, loss of sleep, loss of appetite and : general debility all disappear when Hood's Sarsaparilla is persistently taken, and strong nerves, sweet sleep, strong body, sharp appetite, and in a word, health and happiness, follow the use of Hood's Sarsa parilla. "What more need be said? If you are sick or run down. Is it not the medicine for you? Others have taken it and found It not wanting. Among these may be men- nn InJ tioned M. T. Donnell of Honolulu, H. I., whose interesting letter follows: " Honolulu, H. I., March 3, 1892. "C.I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Dear Sirs: I have been intending to write you a few lines in regard to Hood's Sarsaparilla. For the pa.it six or seven years I have been troubled with a lame back, more especially in the morning, fter five or six hours in bed. Finally, on June 12, 1832, 1 had to call in a doctor, and after an examination he pronounced the case to be Bright's disease of the kidneys. Well, after a month's doctoring I went to the country, and took several bottles of medicine. I came back to town in Decem ber, 1892, Looking Bad and Feeling Worse. I called In another doctor, who, attex an ssamlnation, also pronounced it Blight's J HO BIZ ON DRUG COMPANY, Wholesale Agents. H. E. McINTYEE & BRO., IMPORTERS AND DEALER8 IN" Groceries, Provisions BAST CORNER FORT AND KINO STREETS. New Goods received by every packet from the Eastern States and Europe. Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge. Island orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. JPostoffice Box 145. Telephone No. 92. THEE! IVETJTTJT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK RICHARD A. BIcCURDY Assets December 31st, 1893 : $186,707,680.15 o A Good Record, the Best Guarantee for the Future. o jECFOR PARTICULARS, APPLYITO S. B. ROSE, General Agent for Hawaiian Island. ATTE NTI O TsT A Special Christmas Sale, commencing HONDA Y, December 17. We will everything regardless of coot for 8 days only. CTCome and Inspect our stock of Holiday Goods ; the LOWEST and BEST. YOKOHAMA BAZAAR, MURATA & CO., The Hawaiian Express Company Having established agencies in the principal ports of the Islands is prepared to do a general Express and forwarding business. Goods called for and delivered promptly at destination. Special attention paid to merchandise sent G. O. D. Baggage called for, checked and delivered to all out-going trains and steamers. Oar wagons meet all steamboats. We have acquired the business of the Hawaiian Messenger Service, and will furnish uniformed messengers on short notice. We guarantee promptness and dispatch in all business intrusted to our care. OG.ce and Stables, corner Both Telephones 479. disease of the kidneys, and gave me tho cheering Information that with care I might be on the top of the ground for a number of months longer. Both doc tori, j by the way, are considered here to be ' A No. 1.' In January, 1S33, 1 had dyspepsia and a poor appetite, could eat little or nothing but what caused great distress, felt as though I had eaten small blocks or stones, and also had headaches and dizzi ness. In February I was no better, and in March commenced taking Hood's Sar sa par ilia. The first bottle used Cleared My Head and before the second bottle was used up the dyspepsia had followed the head trou ble. Altogether I have taken seven bot tles and they worked wonders. I have not taken any since last July. The dropsy in my feet and legs has all disappeared. On the 22d of last October I went to work again, after being laid up for sixteen months, and now I feel better in every way than I have for the past eight years. I Honestly Believe it is Hood's Sarsaparilla that has helped me to get about again. I either did not have the kidney disease the doctors said It was, or Hood's Sarsaparilla has knocked the spots oat of it. It Is the best medl- o n n ra n Li LIU cine I have ever taken, and I have taken almost everything that people have told me of or what I thought might help me. My friends here axe surprised to see me about again as In former years. " If there Is anything in the foregoing that you can make use of you are at full liberty to do so, as it might be the means of helping some one as much In Need of Help as I was. There are plenty of people here who can certify to what I have written, as I have been here for the past 23 years. " I will answer more fully inquiries that may be addressed to me or references giv en, provided stamps are enclosed. Hoping this may be of some use to you ot others, I remain, yours truly, M. T. PomnsLt.' XI W Pill are nana made, and period la proportion and appearance 2 Sc. per box. President, CORNER NUUANTJ AND HOTEL STREETS. Proprietors. Hotel and Union streets. 3852 tf em mill Fee LOOKING BACKWARD On our success for the past year that we have been in business we are more than pleased with our sales, and we ieel confident that all our transactions with our custom ers have been of such a nature that they are as fully pleased as we are. Looking Forward To the prospect for the com ing year we hope that we have so pleaded our patrons that we will see them again, and that their friends will see how nice ly they have been fitted out and profit thereby. "We shall greatly increase our stock this coming year, receiving new and fresh goods by every steamer direct from tne most reliable manufact urers of Europe. Timely Suggestions for the coming few months and hintson our specialities. Ladies' Underwear in Mus lin, Flannels and Silks at greatly reduced prices. Ladies' hosiery in White, Black, and Tan at prices that will surprise you. A fine assortment of Silks in all shades and grades from 50 cents up. Complete stock of Ladies' Gloves, and Silk Mitts. Nit ting Silks, (in all shades) in prices that can't be duplicated, t" Don't fail to inspect our stock of Ladies', Gents' and Childrens' fine Shoes and Slippers. Temole 519 Fort Street, M. O. SILVA, Proprietor ONLY A FEW OF OUR BeantiM Copper and BRASS 5 O'Clock Teas LEFT. Some as low as The highest only about twelve. For an acceptable present at a small cost, nothing strikes us as being more appropriate ; par ticularly here, "where aiternoon teas are the rule rather than exception. Take our suggestion : Tour friend will be delighted with one on Christmas morning. Make her happy by giving her one. They cost you almost nothing. H. F. WICHMAN of Fashion $4.00 A FRESH, NEW AND- FINE LINE or- 1 413 Fort Street. T TAIL A Specialty. Notice 13 called to our window ' of UNDERWEAR Great Bargains! Z7Call and inspect out stock . . VAKCAMP .JOHNSTON h SiOT - 413 Fort Street. 3845-tf The Hawaiian Electric Company - Are now prepared, to wire houses either by contract or day labor and to furnish elec tric lamps, chandeliers and fittings of all descriptions and of elegant modern styles at reasonable rates. tT" The Company is now extending its linetoKapiolani Park, and parties dwelling on the route who are desirous of being connected on the system, will please communi cate with THEO. HOFFMANN, Manages. Hawaiian Electric Co Gents Famishing Goods HC HAN 16 . - A m