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T1J COMMERCIAL aDVEETISEK: HONOIiUJUU, SEPTEMBER 9, 1895.
Sanitary Precantiors Being Taken
in Every District.
I'LKASAM ili;UKN IVAKTY.
Follceinau Iwiena K1IU Chinaman Jn
Trying to Arrest Him Death of
Thomas IV. Everett People of Island
Ofiject to L.aDiins: Chinese Laborers.
Maui, Sept. oth. The Haiku gar
den party which occurred during the
evening of August 30th, on the ground3
of II. I. Baldwin, was a moat bril
liant and euccessful event. Surround
ing a pretty dell were booths of vari
ous colors and designs, huge Japanese
umbrellas with tete-tete tables, and
the quaintest little stage imaginable
with its green curtain stretched be
tween two royal palms. A myriad of
colored lights twinkling here and
there amid the foliage, shed soft lustre
unon the scene. A large audience of
natives and foreigners appreciated
t)leasincr program which consisted of
X - w
vocal and instrumental mu3ic and an
exhibition of wax works. C. H.
Dickey acted the part of the lecturer,
Dickens, showing to the public, wax
models of some of the moat famous
characters in his novels. F. E. At-
water merits special mention for his
assumption of the character of the
immortal Pickwick and Miss Richards'
negro melodies to the accompaniment
of the banjo, were much applauded.
Misses Millie Beckwith and Hattie
Watson presided at the candy and
lemonade tables, Misses King and
Minnie Baldwin at the flower stand,
Misses Aiken and May Baldwin at
the souvenir booth, Mr3. Dickey dis-
Sensed coffee and sandwiches, and
Irs. If. G. Alexander had charge of
the post office moat conspicuous with
Its red, white and blue bunting. One
hundred and forty-five dollars,amuch
larger sum than was anticipated, was
raised for the benefit of native Sunday
schools and other charities. The
Ladles Aid Society is to be congratu
lated on the success of their entertain
ment. On Sunday afternoon, August 25tb,
a mass meeting of prominent citizens
of Wailuku and Makawao districts
was held at Wailuku court house to
consider ways and means against a
possible cholera epidemic. After
sundry speeches by Drs. Aiken, Arrai
tage and Raymond the following
sanitary committee was chosen by
Ihe fifty or sixty gentlemen present:
Dr. Armitage and Messrs. Chilling
worth, Frlel, Carter and Campbell for
Wailuku; Messrs. Maynard and C.
B. Miles forKahului; I)r. Raymond
and Messrs. D. Center and George
Rudolph for Spreckelsville; and Dr.
P. J. Aiken and Messrs. H. P. Bald
win, James Anderson, C. II. Dickey
and W. H. King for Makawao. L.
von Tempsky was afterwards appoint
ed to look out for the Kula section. S.
F. Chilllngworth presided at the
1 meeting which continued from 3:30 to
5:30 p. m.
During Saturday night, August
24th, between 8 and 9 o'clock Henry
Iwiena, a Waiiuku policeman, shot
and killed a Chinaman named Ah
Qual at Camp 3, Spreckelsville. Sev
eral days previously Ah Qual had
been a witness in an opium-in-pos-session
case which was tried In Wai
luku. Deputy Sberiil Carter directly
after the trial swore out a warrant
against Ah Qua! for perjury, but be
fore the pajer could Reserved the
Chinaman escaped and bid in the
cane for four or five days. It was
while serving the warrant during the
night of the 4th th.it Iwiena shot Ah
Qual who was again trying to escape.
Iwiena has waived examination and
has been committed for trial.
During the past week or more, peo
ple on the plantations, ranches and in
fact everybody has been buy disin
fecting their premises. The Wailuku
committee has caused one plank of
the sidewalk all aloug Market street
to be taken up and brought to light
all manner of filth, "everything ex
cept a dead baby," as one of the com
mittee remarked. Market street leads
through the Chinese settlement.
Fred S. Armstrong Is chief Inspector
of laborers' quarter? ou Paia planta
tion. In case of cholera Wailuku people
will use for a hospital the old "small
Eox" pest house erected in 'SI. This
uildlng is situated near the beach,
between Kahului and Wailuku.
Makawao people will place their
hospital on the southwestern bound
ary of Grove ranch.
Kx-Governor Thomas W. Everett
died at his residence in Waikapu yes
terday, the 4th inst., at 5:30 p. m.
Mr. Everett has been a most promi
nent citizen of Maui for many years.
He was Deputy Sheriff and Sheriff for
more than forty years, and Governor
of the island for several years. He
was born in Boston, November 4,1S22,
and during bis residence of forty or
fifty years on Maui has always been
moat highly esteemed for his honest
and upright character. Professor
Everett of Harvard College is his.
cousia, The funeral will take place
this afternoon at 2 p. m.
Three of the Mauuaolu Seminary
teachers and a number belonging to
Government schools are detained in
Deputy Sheriff Carter, in the ab
sence of Sheriff" L. A. Andrews in
Honolulu, is acting as the chief exec
utive officer of the island.
During Thursday, August 29th, the
steamers Mokolit and Kiiauea Hou
arrived in Kahului, the former bring
ing the mail and the latter 100
Chinese laborers. These Cbiuamen
came on the ill-fated Belgie and were
Imported by Awana for work on
Spreckelsville plantation. The au
thorities at first deuied them the
privilege of landing at Kahului, but
finally permitted them to come ashore
without any luggage. Since then
they have been quarantined at Camp
4, Spreckelsville. The people of Maui
have been most uneasy since the
arri'al of the Belgic's passengers, and
would have been better satisfied if the
celestials had been immediately nent
Lack to Honolulu.
2o. 1 flour is selling in some stores
at f'2 a bag. This acts harshly with
the poor native, for recently he has
been compelled to use Hour for poi
Instead of taro. In Makawao a barrel
of poi i3 now worth $3 25, while
formerly it was sold for $1 50. In
case of a famine Maui has Kula beef,
corn and potatoes to draw on.
During Tuesday evening, August
27th, Misses Richards and Greene
gave a most successful concert in the
Paia foreign church.
The alligator pear crop is a large
one this year for Wailuku.
The Queen and the St. Julien are
the vessels still in Kahului harbor.
It is said that the bark St. Julien
draws more water than any vessel that
has ever entered Kahului.
Weather Light rains in Wailuku
Unhappy Kan District.
A correspondent writing from
Kau states that unles3 provisions
arrive soon there will be a famine.
The residents of the district do not
approve of Deputy Sheriff Will
iams' action. The writer also states
that Hilo people threaten to put
guards at the Volcano House if
Kau does not cut off communica
tion with Kona.
Feeding the Poor.
The Ladies' Hawaiian Relief
Committee is doing most credita
ble work in the line of providing
food for destitute natives. Their
headquarters are directly back of
Castle & Cooke s store on Bethel
street. Saturday and Sunday the
ladies were kept very busy, 113G
and 113d natives respectively be
ing provided for.
Persons having empty lard, or
other tin containers will confer a
great favor on the Hawaiian Relief
committee by leaving same at the
kitchen. Bethel street, in rear of
Castle fc Cooke's store.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal Midwinter Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
In all the great Hotels, the leading"
Clubs and the homes, Dr. Price's Creaxx
Baking Powder holds its supremacy-
40 Years the Standard.
LEWIS & CO.,
Acpns, Honr.lnlu. II. I.
Th K nt ire Stock of IJKY
KE(f AKDLKSS OF COST
Going Out of Easiness.
BJZJ Sale c)raraence3
M 35. I LVA,
Nuuanu strter, between Hotel and King.
The Hawaiian Planters' Monthly
H. M. Whitney,
Notes on Current Topic3.
Niagara Electric Power.
Co-operation and Profit Sharin
AY hat to do with Molasses.
Australian Lady Birds in Kona.
Contract Signed for Ocean Cable.
Labor Commission Reports on
Corporation and Profit Sharing.
Appendix to above Reports.
W. J. Lowrie's Statement.
Wm. Kinney's Statement.
Lihue Plantation Agreement.
Colonial S. R. Company's State
ments. Onomea Sugar Company's State
ments. Paahau Plantation Statement.
Paia Plantation Statement.
An Anonymous Planter's State
ment of 100 Acres Cultivated with 7
Subscription $2.50 a year.
Foreign Subscription $3 a year.
Hound Volumes 3 53
Back Volumes bound to order.
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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.
4n Merhsuit .t. Hr.noluir .
The Hawaiian Gazette Cosipasy
manufacture rubber stamps of al
Hisa Katie Hosengrant
Worst Caso tho Doc
tors Ever Saw
Hood's Sarsaparilla Perfectly Cured
'C. I. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass
"Dear Sirs: I -wlsa to testify to Xh9 grtxt
y&Tu of Hood's Sarsaparilla. For soma Urn I
had been troubled with scrofula, vrMcii early
last winter assumed a Terr bad form.
Sores Appeared on My Face
and bands and gradually Increased in number
until they reached to my shoulder. The doctors
said It was tho worst case of scrofula they erer
saw and also went so far as to say It was In
I tried ointments and other remedies
but to no avail.
suiwDoaTau. jl iriena recommenaea uooa
A friend recommended Hood's
Sarsaparilla, and although I was completely dls
eonrared, as a last chance I resolred to giro It a
trial. Alter talcing one bottle I noticed the sores
had commenced to heaL After tho sixth bottle
s They Were All Healed.
I continued to take it, however, until I had use4
nine bottles, and now I am perfectly welL
aiis 3 ixATis i;osesgrat, uisier, renn.
Hood's Pills are prompt and efficient, yet
asy In action. Sold by all druggists. 5c
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
366 Wholesale A cents.
200,000,000 Ounces of Sil
ver as Indemnity.
Buy Sterling Silver Spoons and Forks
now, they are sure to
Oar latest. advices W3re that there
had been an advance of over 12 per
cent, in silverware, consequeLtly future
stocks will be advanced.
Our Present Stock
contains some of the choicest pat
terns produced, and we sell TEA
SPOONS as low as
1 1 .50 PI DOZEN
WITH 'I UK
Engraving1 Thrown In
There 'will be
No Advance until
disposed of, but that
present etock is
won't last longr.
No better time than the present to Ile
plenioh your $tock of Table Vare.
HORSES For Sale
To Arrive by Schooner Aloha
UU Standard Bred Horses
'Direct, dexter,' 'Prince,
And other famous strains.
TRACK HOUSES, FAST ROAD
HORSES, FAMILY HORSES,
II ACE HORSES.
These Horses will be offered at very
low price3. For further information en
quire of '
S. G. WILDER.
4090 1 687-1 w
The Hawaiian Gazette is issued
on Tuesdays and Fridays.
1 111 111 n 1
Because it is
Silk no cotton
35c. a Yard.
35c a Yard.
Ladies' wide - brim low
crown Straw Hats, Bamboo
Balcony Screens, 8x10, 9x10
and 10x10. Bamboo Por
tieres, Lunch and Traveling
TXTT A "I T A H il I"
I Hotel Street, Robinson Blook
Hotel Street, Arlington Block.
Keep constantly receiving
via every steamer from
Japan, freshest and new
est of DreEa Goods.
Full stock of everything
HOTEL STREET, ARINGTON BLOCK.
MRS. J. P. P. COLLACO,
That's what we have done. Prices
for fine goods made up in our faultless fit.
Suits from $12 to $25.
Full Dress $40.
i4n'ts from $3 to $7.
Prices cannot be duplicated for the
same class of goods in town. All goods
at half prices.
1IEDEIR0S & CO.,
8. Decker. Manaeer.
Hotel street, opposite Kin Bros.
Ul my store is being repaired, and
in back I am repairing all kinds of
harness. I can make you an
Elegant Hand-made Harness
AS CHEAP AND AS GOOD AS THE
"Will do businees for the present
over the telephone and all orders
given strict and satisfactory atten
tion. TELEPHONE 662. "
O. R. COLLINS,
Dealer in all Horse and Carriage Goods.
P. O. Box 496. 337 King Street.
Work Speaks Plainer Than Talk
Honolulu, H. I., July 20, 1S95.
TO "WHOM IT MAY CONCERN' :
This is to certify that C. Akima has
made several auits of clothes for me and
the workmanship has been of the best.
I take pleasure in recommending him
and his work to any and all.
JAMES B. OBERTEUFFEP.,
9553 Seattle, Wash., U. S. A
People ho demand the best that
can be bad for money. The se
lection of our goods is under the
supervision of experienced buyers
who have made it their studv.
Fancy Decorated Screens, S4 and up.
Silk Dress Goods,
5few Pattern Crepes,
Men's Straw Hats.
We guarantee our prices to be
as low, if not lower than others.
313 King Street, Corner Smith Street.
Ranch for Sale
TOO Hundred Acres, fee simple, and
About 1000 Acres, under loner lease
From 300 to 400 Head Cattle,
And 20 to 30 Horses.
a. never ianing stream lurnisnes an
abundance ot water for irrigation and
The Ranch affords unusual facilities
for farming,cattle and sheep raising and
There are large areas of good Coffee
Land and Land suitable for Sugar Cane.
There is a larga and convenient Dwell
ing House on the premises in good
Climate cool, healthy and delightful.
CrFor further particulars, apply to
J. Alfred Magoon,
l?ext to Posloffice.
Dated Honolulu, July 8th, 1895.
10 call and see my new importa
tion of ROYAL DRESS SILKS
which have just been received.
Connoisseurs will greatly admire
these goods. They are beauties.
That every item of my adver
tisement is read by men and
women. My Silk counters
have been a real beehive.
Aside from this I received a
large consignment of
Gents Fancy Sliirts,
Gents Plain Sliirts,
Gents Full Dress
Underwear in Cotton, Balbriggan,
Flexible Seams and Silk.
Watches and Diamonds.
Doz. Wide Brim Straw Hats,
75 Cents Each.
r DON'T OVERLOOK ME
IN THE RUSH.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
Copies of Habeas Corpus Act
MATTER of PETITION
Jonah C. Kalanianaole
AKE ON SALE liY THE
Hawaiian Gazette Co.
TIT 1 .l
We wish to call your attention to a line
of Goods just received from
England, such as
Picnic and School Baskets
Soiled Clothes Baskets,
Long and Short Handled Feather Dusters,
Hair Floor Brooms,
Pope's Head Brushes,
Bird Cages, Bag Twine,
Ball Twine, Etc., Etc.,
CASTLE & COOKE, L'd
Hardware General Merchandise
The old idea that
is hereditary and incurable is
now known to be a mistake.
Scientists have proved beyond s
doubt that consumption is con
tagious, but that there is danger
of contracting the disease only
when the system is in srh a run
down condition that it is unable
to resist the germs.
is an antiseptic Food-Medicine
that will do more than any otlu-r
SEtnody to prevent and cure con
sumption. It is far superior to
tfod liver oil and is niuc! pleas
nter to take.
50 ts. and .M.OO.
Our book "I lealth" and "Beauty" aunt free.
ANGIER CHEMICAL CO., Boston.
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
Gloves for 25 Cts,
Bring me your Soiled Gloves
and i will make them
New and Clean
for the small sum of 25 cents.
t5Also prepared to take
Orders for Tousseans
anSs of Underwear
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
J. T. LUND,
No. 12S and 130 Fort street, opposite Clab
Stables, PRACTICAL GUN and LOCK
SMITH; Repairing of all descriptions.
Browning, Blueing and Restocking
Guns and Bicycle Repairing a specialty.
ja"BICYCLES FOR SALE.