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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MARCH 25. 1S95.
a .... . . . r Tcnrg Ilea Arraigned on a Second Charge of Bribery. FAIT TKir OK I UK .1. I. SPKLtKELH. Chapter of Accident at IImliupk ailkatiai riciifri Have an Kxclt Infir 1lmr-3lskre u:r Company Mill Ktoj irlnJlnc locletT Not. Maui. March 23. On Wednesday, the 20th, Young Hee was arraigned a second time for bribery, before the Wailuku Pulice Court. Lawyer Chil llugworlh made a motion to the effect that as the second charge was a part of the evidence of the first ca?e it should be dismissed. Judge Heleku nihl heard the argumeutH and then postponed his decision to Friday, when he overruled the Chillingworth motion and tet the I8th lust, as the date for the trial of the second case. During the week a chapter of acci dents has occurred at Hamakuapoko and vicinity. On Monday Ethel Gil- hus fell on the veranda of her home and broke her arm. Ou Tuesday an ox fell on Kaanana Tilton and broke his leg In two places. During the same day at Kaluanui, the fly wheel of the fcleam plow broke, tenously cutting a Portuguese who was in at tendance. W. I'. A. Brewer of San Mateo, an old-time resident of Makawao, Is visit ing Iialeakala ranch. It is reported that on April 1st Deputy-SheiifF Dickey will have charge of Makawao district, and that Deputy King will return to his old staiupiug-gro id, Wailuku. .Last idht, the 2LM, Oiaf Lan-en of Makawao, died at Wailuku hospital, of B ighi'a diene. lie tame from Norway eoaitt fifteen years ago and has plit-d his vocation as a tt'acksujith ten years on Kauai, at Katoa and Waimea, and fur the lust five years has tendered faithful service to Mr. A. Hocking of Kaihili, Makawao. He was un jiarrled and about 45 years of age. His funeral will take place this afternoou at the hospital. Ou Friday evening, the 221, the Y. P. C K. Society gave a lower wclal" In the parlors of the Paia Foreign church. There was a pleasing and flttii'g programme of rhetoiicals, music and tableaux, much enjoyed by those present. The bteamer Claudine did not touch at Knhulul last Saturday, probably ou account of nasty weather. During the week a Honolulu schooner landed a cargo of lumber at Kuau, consigned to Jam? Waldvngtl, mauager of the T. H. Da vies fc Co. " Paia More. Mr? Waldvogel i to con duct a lumber yard in connection with hii ftore. The J. D. Spreckels ha made an other speedy trip 10 days from the Golden Gate. Captain Cimsiiausen arrived iii Kahului ou the 19th instant, bringing- general merchandise, con signed for the ino?t pari to the Haiku Sugar Company. The Spreckels re turns today ladeu with Paia and IIamakuaoko sugar. During the 21-t in-tant the bark Helper, lTiiderwood master, arrived in Kahuli, 12 day from San Fiancisco. She t ame in bal'at, but will return in about a fortnight laden with sugar. Weather: Generally pleasant since Wenetday. ROUGH WE A TIIER ON KA UA I. St. Patrick's Day Celebrated So cial and Business Life. Kauai, March 11. The sea has been running very high for the past few days, in consequence of which the only safe harbors (or stealers or other ves sels were at Hanalei and Makaweli. At Nawiliwiii, Friday evening, March 15lh insr., the Mikahala experienced great difficulty in taking her passen gers aboard. One of her boats loaded with cabin passengers became unman ageable and a second boat was sent to ber assistance. This bout alo became unmanageable, the sailors being utter ly unable to make any headway against the furious winds and waves. A third boat was dispatched but with no better success thau the others. A cak was then throwu overboard with a Hue attached to It, which, fortu nately tbo-e in the boats reached and in u tie fat to, when they were hauled iu by the donkey engine ou the steamer with -ome difficulty. It was about 9 o'clock when the uteanier weighed anchor. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Easle were among the passengers for whoe safety eome anxiety was felt here. Wednesday afternoon the 13th inst., Mrs. John Toms and daughter Ger trude, of Kapaa, narrowly escaped serious results from a ruuaway acci dent. A brllllaut assemblage of Kauai's "4X" gathered at Kealia Saturday the J6:h, In refpout-e to invitatiou ia.-ued by Dr. John Weddick, to attend a grand ball given iu honor of Erin's Saint Patrick. The hall wa beauti fully decorated with fern leia and flowers. The feature of the evening was the instrumental selection-, given as extra between the dances. A piano solo was rendered by Mrs. Erina L.in demami, of Wailua, and two duet? by Mrs. Lliidt-mnuu and Mrs. J. P Alex ander, of Lihue. The ladies were heartily applauded for the unexpected mu-ical treat. A recitations by Mf.s Alice Kitolien vh nicely rerulered and well receivtd All parts of Kauai, from Maim to riantl-i were well rep resent d and the affair was an unqual ified mrce.s. The following will leave by the Ja3. Makee Tuesday, the 19th, weather SLMfRlM r.AUl AhU KAUAI, . .; ofc...,! rtI'u i-s Mr fic-orf K. I-JirrhiM ami Ml TT iiii IV i r. . t fl 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 . V n ml h.Ltp s of the munMirer .f t f 1 MkeeSujrar Com f utiiti i itfk i.L, Mi-fe Neille mid Alice Kitchen, with t; .. T.'ll.... IVil.lur ..ill . J.. - er until me weamer rrnxit-raie. i u ate liUtst of Mr. aud Mrs. C . . i . rv Makee The engsgement of Mis- Elizabeth Kamakee Cuiuoiinf, of Honolulu, to Mr. George H Fairchild, f Kealia, i . T-I.j. n. ...... f.i.....l . announced. The many Iiiends of th is popular young gentleman will I pleaed to le-irn that be t.i on tt Jo lliu fit llm lit I 1 ttt t Hi- be in comrll"hed fiancee is favorably know n through the entire group a a youug . .1 A . . II I . ...... I . . laoy in fieruu vtuuu nun uimracier. Tte Makee Sugar Company's mi II at Kealia has stopped grinding for couple or three week-, to enable thos Ilk .rtrrru f r rnt In f ) c wi bfaol ffum to replace the old moleru one, which lias done s-rvic for the nat twelve years. Chief Engineer Win. Easie and wife left for Honolu'u last week Mr. Eastde will vii-it the Ewa Planta tion during his absence. Mr. C. H Makee and wife are visit ing Mrs. Makee' relatives at Hanalei and will he away for a week. m . . I i.l 1 .1 j ne weainer coniuiues com ano ury, ith the wind blowing from N.E. w Easter Millinery Opening. What a gem! What abeautyf Thcc wre the expressions frequent' ly heard in the Millinery Depart' merit of 2V. S. &A CITS last Saturday; aiid no wonder, such a display of fine millinery was jievcr exhibited in Jlonolulu. The French Pattern Hats and Jlonnefs were very mucJi admired and quite a number were disposed of; such a )rofunion of I'lcivers, Violets and I!oes galore; the new California Violets in differ ent color were vert ram-Ji admired. Space will not permit adescription but a jyersonal visit arid examina tion will be 7iorc sotinfactory. Solid Silver J I at Pin were given away on Saturday and will be con tinued on Monday and Tuesday. Mr. SACHS cordially invites the ladies to call and inspect these pretties without feeling obliged to buy. 3931-It Mrs. Wm. E. EarlnQcr OUro IUdce, K. Y. Erysipelas in the Face Near! Blind, But Perfectly Cured Health, Appetite and Strength Re newed by Hood's Sarsaparilla. C. L Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass. : " Hood's SarsaparUla Is splendlJ. I had long been troubled with erysliclas, and threa times b&i It In tnj bead and face. I became nearly blind and mr hair all cams out. My husband wis lied me to try Hood's Sariaparilla. 1 only took Uixea botUea before I Was Freo from ray old-time trouble and long suffcrlngi. It has never returned until tast winter while I was III with the grip, a slight attack broke out on my face. Alter my sickness 1 was not well ; became easily tired and lost my appetite. I resumed taking Hood's Barsapaxllla and am Hood'sCures cow using the fourth bottlo and can run up and down stairs as spry as ever. The tirod feeling Is rone and I have a rood appetite." Mas. Yjl E. Uaringek, Olive Illdgc, ew York. Hood's Pills cure all liver Ills, bilious aess, Jaundice, Indigestion, sicii headache. HOBKON DhUG COMPANY, :C6 Wholetafe Agents. DRESSED TO KILL! He is, no doubt. The result shows it. The damsel prefers the better dressed man S ich resnlt is a matter of course when the euit ia made in oar well known faultless stjle Poor tailoring spoils the best cloth. With us both materia) and tailoring are above criticism. And we ar now mak-ng uits, Overcoats aud Pants at a big reduction 2CT"fcee our Pants for $5. MEDEIROS & CO., Hotel street, opposite King Pros. Jas. W. liergstrom, PTAN'O, PIPE AD KUTD ORGAN Tuner and Kepaner. Onlers left aj 'Ihrum's Bofjkptore, will receive prompt attention. Svv Notice. MR. O. E. EOATtDMAN IS Au thorized to collect all accounts for William Uroa ED. A. WIL1 1 A MP. ... tit!., . . i law f f'l.ti. .1.111 XT SS91-tf Manager, j i. ( i Ti ! I I ' r I l i -?! i ... j-i i i: i i" . n imi mm . 1 i it i i i - i " .1:1 (?.'. ra i i Til ' Mi ,,- i W i'. 5'i?SS ve. :" r' '1 Will 10 wM0 FOR EARLY SPRING DAYS. Tke center girl's gown is of b-iro colored diagonal cheviot with moss colored relvfet trimming. Tlie other eirl's costume in of piuhead chfck, Kray and white, with bine velvet trimming. At the right is Ijzlx far. There i a coat basque and velvet WOVEN WIRE find Hidden Words In Each Line. Tu ei r Name is JIillioxs? An aTms of old in me you':l find? A friend indeed was I? In 6torm and wreck a he'p eo kind? OI hearts to ba I try ? Woven Wire Mattresses wh'ch will springs lor upuoLsterers' upo; all made The EASTER OF MILLINERY -:- ISirOKTl) -:- Pattern Hats WILL KK EXIIinlTEl ON SATUEDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, MARCH 23d, 25th N. S. 520 Fort Street IDCLadiea sre co-dHllv invited to PROTECT THE TOE WHERE AT t .1 TTT T "T n TT f T FOK SALE Till? nnXTPAfTniEW 1 m linnti ltniiuim iwx h Big Store Shoe. a gray twill traveling goun bordervd with) posuclio vest and collax. 1 1 I-IIXT)T1N" WORDS. not rust: Iron Beds which fold: Soiral ngnt heio m llonolula by J. S. JSAILiEY, TTovn Wire Man, Hotel Street. OPENING -:- GOODS ! and Bonnets ! AND 26th AT SACHS' Honolulu attend. 71 1 ON CHILD fE SHOES rA0O BEAUTY AND WEAr. TH E WEAI COflES... HTI i,lLl Mil, lU IiV 'S l UULi GEAiS'D earauce Sale! c COMMENCING March 1st AND CONTINL1NO FOK 30 DAYS ! I Am Overstocked. Everything, including shelves and counters 'are loaded with goods. I Must Have Room and have marked prices down to inaugurate a Great Sale. Special Sale of seme article each day, which will be difplayed in the window each day prior to the day of Bale. This will be a grand lime for for the people of Honolulu to secure bargains. CCTAMOSKEAG GINGUASiS 14 YARDS FOR $1. Don't Forget the Date MARCH ist. e of M. G. SILVA, Prop. MRCHiNIS' EXlM'iB, Corner of King and Nuuanu Streets. fccTJust received by the Australia, a fresh invoice of Enterprise Beer and Oysters FOR COCKTAILS. IDCr'Tflephone 805. 3907-tf The Hawaiian Gazette Company mannfartnr rnhbr stampR. Temp FasliioD, The above MOLINE WHEEL WALKING PLOWS we now carry in stock and can fill orders for same promptly. They have been thoroucrhlv tried and the fact that we have sold SEVENTEEN on the islaud of Hawaii alone during the pat two months shows that the when they see it We still sell the well-known Hall Breaker. 12, 14, 15 and 16 inch, which is also made PANY. One of our latest customer? says this: '"Send me a 16 inch 'Hal IV Breaker. I have tried other makes lately and find they do We have all Mzes of Plows hill and furrow Plows. We have the most complete assortment of Tools of all kinds for clearing sugar or coflee lands. Our stock of SHIP CHANDLERY and ROPE has been added to lately and ve can furnish almost anything needed. "WAUhKHAH" BARBED WIRE is far ahead of any other make; try it. and you will be surprised with the results. If you prefer galvanized or black neavy stocK. If you want a perfect wire E. O. SHABBY GENTILITY MA. ' fr m i V A l V. A-A n 4 II lVr ways eapy to t e eli dieen-d ai the prts T . . . ,1 : . l . . i t r V nrpfif-nt fit n b r.f Ki 1 L uml ,t t t. latf st m xrrMlion nd arp et,ual to the demand tf tiie most faf-tirljou. I liatxllf Viriviiini s Valtini B 'I mlot Snui a cli rr.ii). c nf oil Urf'o r. Japaio se Goods wi ich I can imjojt on Take lion e a fan.jle package of my in every taiticuJar. iS. TAKEMURA 405 KING STKEET, NO' SIGN OF PIM THK'WAK betwcen Ja- pan and China is still on, although active work in the field has been sus pended until spring. Through my agents, I made arrangements before war was declared for an immense stock of goods to bo hipped as I re quired, consequently I can af ford to sell at the same lew figure. Ex Bentala received a con signment of goods comprising all the latest and freshest de signs in Dress Goods, Scarfs, Morning Gowns for ladies and gents, bilk Kimonos, Smoking Jackets,- Silk Pajamas, Japa nese and China Ware, Screens, Portieres, Lamp Shades, etc. The latest thing in Lacquer Ware, is the Cherog Lacquer made up in handsome designs which cannot help to please the most fastidious. t5pRemember, I have the leading store for first-class Japanese Goods. DAI NIPPON, HOTEL STREET, AR1NQT0N BLOCS. MRS. J. P. P. COLLACO, Proprietress. The above is our epecial brand of SAFETY MATCH. First-class in quality. Controlled by ourselves only and at prices to euit the times. CASTLE & COOKE L'P. 3S60-tf Rubber;; Stamps Made to Order at the Gazette planters know a good thing bv the MOLINE PLOW COM not do the work that yours will." from 4 to 16 inches; also side plain Fence Wire we have a stretcher send to Hall & Son. VI Lr J-' J CAld J A A A V A. J A A. O. A AO nt coi clition of prict-s ai d vocc'p. i . t . i s I'tn ptu r 1 na 1 a Mainut.H P.ic art. iKo phort nonce. 4?. T. Tea. I guarantee it to betf jst-clees "' ' -n-rrnnr