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i Hfc AMl-kii AN PROTE81
Tlir nhjcct il tin' protest erf Ani
erictti eiti.ens which we publish to-
flay is to notify President Cleve-
land. Secretary G to sham . Minister
Willis, Admiral I twin and all oth
ers Concerned that no acts of war
CM lie done against the Provisional
Government of the Hawaiian til
.inds during a time of protOttttd
peSjCC between the two countries
and while the duly accredited Ha
waiian representatives are exercis
ing their functions in the United
States, until full, timely and formal
notice or declaration of war shall
have been given by the United
States, and that those officials will
be held legally responsible for all
consequences which may result
from any attempts or even announce
ment of an intention to wage war
or do any hostile act against the
Provisional government without
Mich formal and seasonable notice.
The signers claim, that as citi
zens of the United States as well as
under the rules and observances
which are sanctioned between civil
ized nations in their dealings with
each other they are entitled to such
notice before any hostilities can be
While it is inconceivable that
any officer of the United States
would incur such solemn responsib
ility it is undoubtedly a wise pre
caution to place this protest on re
cord before the world.
President Cleveland has given no
hint to the press as to what he will
proceed to do in regard to the Ha
waiian policy which Secretary
Gret'hara has outlined and propos
ed. It is regarded as a good sign,
however, l Mr. rhurston in his
oHicial dispatch to the Provisional
Uovernment, that the relations be
tween the United States Govern
ment and the Hawaiian embassy
are improving. On Nov. 25th,
Mr. 'rhurston found himself on
something like cordial terms with
the Secretary of State. Some re
assurance also comes in the an
nouncement that the Ranger and
Mohican are not to be sent to this
putt. Were troubles anticipated
the present small American land
ing force here would doubtless be
Locally the Annexation party is
as compact as Napoleon's old
guard and cannot be dislodged by
any force which could now be
brought against it. Indeed there
are not Royalists enough in the
Hawaiian Islands, even if assisted
by the men of the Philadelphia and
Adams, brave and well-armed as
those men are, to take the Executive
building eithei by siege or direct
attack. The 1500 men who are
ready to rally there with their re
pealing rifles and Oatling, Hotch
kiss and Maxim guns are strong
enough to welcome all their en
emies with hospitable hands to
Hut if the American people have
their way there will be no occasion
here to measure prowess. They
ate with us, Democrats and Repub
licans alike, and it is their
voice of encouragement which bids
the Provisional Government hold
its ground in full assurance that
all will yet be well.
'I'm-: attempt to scare the Annex
ationists by telling them that if
they light they will spoil their life
insurance policies is quite worthy
ol the political intellect of the ex
Queen'S leaders. The only reply
one need make to this is that the
Kovalisls wilt have no time, if
trouble comes, to concern them
selves about the money which is
up on the health of our eople. It
will then serve them better to look
out for the guarantees on their own
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limn Minister Thurston, Commissioner
A lo ,i in It-r anil Si.'ii'iaiv Hastings, eon-
fl .-..... .r II. .11-1... I...I- MtlMtl I 1.,.,.
gram from Minister Thunttoii al Wash-
Ington, ilai.'il November wth .v. is the
Litest official advice received, It ex
horted the Qovernmenl to make a Bra
Stand l'r its rights nml await ilnveliii-
tnentn in CongroM. lb1 also iald hla ro
lathma iili I he UovernnMnc wren
i ,, u ii. ii , i Bntlmly SatlaSad.
Bij" Julian Pauneefotes ii weBaMl m'h-
terdayt had lim n put in poaaetatoa of
the Ail in in 1st ration ii tentioni in resard
I to Hawaii ami had expressed nea
ure thai they were unobjectionable to
Hit Majesty ! Uovernment. Wanhing
I Ion Pom,
m:w in a M TSHKI.I .
Advent Bunda to-morrow,
'tin minstrels give another perform
! h in t- to-night.
It Is abont tisoe in Hit mmtiifr "rts
! toratton" day.
Tin' Australia brought nearly seventy
oa bin paasenici rs.
Much local ucivs nl
interesl is un-
Tin' Royalisl Cabinet-makers may now
kniM k ntr for lack of work.
the football game between th
lulu ami Pacific teams is nit.
It costs half a dollar to shave
dibit ln-iiav, his face is so long.
llillv Cornwails luau at .Maui lii.lf
fair to lie historical. Poor Hilly.
Baud concert h
al Km ma Bqu re
the string orchestra
this afternoon at iitB.
It is rumored that c. Attorney-lien-era!
Armstrong willsomi return to these
Marshal Hitchcock lias an exeoutiou
npticH of the sale ni personal property
in this issue.
i tin I biugineer Hunt liu
in,' Pire Depurtniem on
. a uirtlon of
l or prai-llce
The Pioneer Kuilding and Lo
siiciatii.il ,ill meel on Moudai
,.,, ilerTomnanv Mere drill.
in as usual to-day. They will be heard
from when the opportunity occurs,
several Royalists on their way to the
steamer this morning turned hack tie
lore they got half way. That tireil
reeling, on know.
In the case of ft. Schiefel" Vs. OloWatU
Bugar i'o., tried on Wednesday, a ver
dict for the ileienilant company was
Commissioner Marsden has a force of
seventeen prisoners employed in plant
ing algarobs beans on the slopes of
Judge Robertson beard testimony re.
garding the insanity of a Chinawoman
yesterday which resulted in her com
mittal 10 the Asylum.
vVe hope to he able to present some
reasons in a day or two why Blount's
little British Royalist oad, Bills Mills,
should KL't b's walking papers.
'I he business card of J. o. Emerson,
the well-known surveyor anil engineer'
appears ill this issue. He may he found
al the office of W. K. Bowell, Superin
tendent of Public Works.
The Executive building was closed
Iminedistelv after the Council ad
journed this morning ami the building
additionally barricaded. All of the
in- to the grounds are looked ami
- mured with chains,
T he announcement of the commence
mem of a suit hv C. A. Bpreoksls
against Sir Clans and bis two other
si ns uonUrma the statement mads in
the Stah some ilays since that there
would be un Upheaval in Hawaiian
1 lonimero ial stock.
Qtorge C. Beokley in boms aKain.
K. J. I. iwrey and wife returned on the
H. H. tfakahalups, 1 lie Diatriot MaiiiH
tnitt' of Bvai inn resigned.
J. H. Hurst was tin' only pMSOnjJsr
for I lie Volrano yi'smnlay.
Qeurgs B. Rrslg and I'r. V. J. Oapron
art' booked to Leave on the Aihwh.
J. IJ. Athsrton was sround shaking
hands witbbl numsrous friends to-day,
i'. a. Psaoock and arife ami B, Water"
hones ad son syere among tin- Austra
Mis. t'niitain Ifetoalfa has roiiin ovsr
iron, San rrsaoikeo to remain with her
husband until thelfiowera is repaired.
stts arrivals al tin- Arlington are c.
11. Ilof gourd and K. Ifahlum of Wui-
meSi Kauai. W, S, Terry, (le.irni- Brown.
Mr. ami .Mrs. CO. Hrown anil Masirr
1 it-orgi- Itroii 11 of lliln
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Br. AsnnKw ijathkiikai the sr
m mi. Andrew's i Hiiii-iiriti for in-
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muntnfi mi i in i in 10 a, in . tHimiftf
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H. ill. , nl i Mini .liul t 15 p, in., al I lie
Rarrneks ; 8:fl0 p, m, , Hlhlnstudl at .
M, Ci A.j BiHO p. in.. Ooepel praise ser-
v ii-f at 'S' M. C. A.
Tuesda . 7 p, m, . pra yer meeting at
Y. II. 0. A,
i .A i t 1 1 Dai Saints. K xanuwd
Church nl Jesus Chrisl of Latter Day
oalnts; Mililani Hall, rear of Opeta
ii., mm', nervices win in' ii
lli'kl nil Sun
day as folloWBI III a. in
11:10 a. hi. ami Ji80 p. m.. preaohing by
Elder .1. i . Olapp,
Tilt Perfcagaese Alt itit;iii.
At i In- cniciirai ion of tim Portuguese
Independence day yesterday Charge
d' Affaires Canavarra declared thatPortu
Kucsi' takiiiK pari in domestic trouble
here would lose the protection of their
Qovernnient. The remark was received
with great dissatisfaction, especially by
Cot Ci winch was present in uniform.
Representative Portuguese sent word to
tin1 BTAR this morning (hat they uould
protect themselves ami were determined
to stand by the Provisional Government.
It appeals that utter Mr. Ckuiavarro'e
speech vehement addresses were made,
amid ureal applause. Opposing his im
Turn tlif Hiihi-hI Out.
Yesterday ti Hawaiian ludy of thisl
city, whose name we ate permitted to I
give the Qovernmenl in private, suid !
thai George E, Smithies had declared I
himself for restoration. Smithies. si
many know, is one of the suspects in
the Finance office, whose removal the
; Annexation party has urged in vain, j
lady states that at a small native!
s i gathering u few uights since, this ftsno
per month official denounced the I'm j
visional Qovernmenl roundly ami re
joiced at the alleged good prospects of
I the Otieeti." Turn I he rascal out.
The Royalists have got out a crimson
1 limine, with a picture of Mrs, Domiuis 1
j and the native inscription. "Sovereign
of all the Islands" on the face. They
are expected to wear them when the
I "great day1 conies, and each reil-rag-and-wahine
emblem is preserved with
I the utmost curt- for that event, tils
said that the loyalists hail t he insolence
to semi -loo of these badges on board the
American ships, all of which were re-
1 turned, ill 1 Ihanks.
v. M. C, .1. Kntertelnmsjntt
A reception was given to the sailors
of 11. Mt 8. Champion last night at the
rooms of the Y. M. ( '. A. which drew
nut a large attendance, ktueio, singing,
ice cream anil cake, anil other attrac
tions were provided. The affair was
under the management of II. F. Wich-
mari, in the absence of Secretary Cor
licit, who has been laid up lor repaiis
since I he football match.
Backfleld .V Co,
Attention 1b called to the advertise
ment of Backfleld & Co., which ap
pears in this issue. 1 1 ley ate sole
I agents in the Hawaiian Islands for the
genuine BudweUer beer brewed by the
Anheuser BuSCll Brewing Association
of St. Louis ami the PiUener beer of the
Jos. Selilitz Milwaukee Rreiving Com
pany, A Bltort-Welykfl Statesman.
The Royalist organ which thinks il
has "proved" that Short-weight ColburU
is innocent of an attempt to defraud the
Government should examine the hooks
of the Board of Health. The evidence
lliere is conclusive. ShoiT-sveiglil Col
burn is an exposed fraud like so many
others who held high office in Hie conn
of our Hottentot royalty.
To-day's Ooaeesl PMigsanti
1. .March "I'rinee Bismark". Carl
2. Overture Nabucco" .Verdi
II. Duet "Two Beautiful K es
4. Medley "Midnight tie vets".. Balfour
j. Watts Orange Blossoms" Ftihrbsrli
u. Quadrille- -"Irish Melodies" Dubois
Invitations are out ror lbs wedding of
Miss Oarmsa Vida ami v. P. Boyd,
Deputy U. IS. Consul (iciieial lit thu
Central Union Ohuroh n the evening of
Deeenber 12th. A reoeption will be
livlii at the residence of Airs. Uorowell
on Jinlil stieei After the wedding eerS"
In liu 1 . .i.i' 11 .hi '1'iifniluy.
iln' weddiug of Misj AtonK to Com-
I uiauder Whiting will take plaos at the
Central Union ullUfOk on Tuesday eien
ingi invitations therefore being already
Issued. A rsosptlwn at the rssidenos of
the bride's mother will follow.
Vardicl tin' Uiimi iiuuiaafs.
The ease of Mary .Makaeua el al vs.
Hawaiian tiovetncneuti a niaim for road
damagsSi was tried before Judge Clpoper
ami an Hawaiian jury ynsterday ninrn
initi resulting in a verdict for the plaint-
!'"' "ilh W toagw.
HImIus Cltolldran's Wuelet 'I'l.-uigin.
The mSStlUg of tin- Hawaiian Mission
Children Society, whlub was postponeel
from last week Silt itrilaj , will lie lielil
Ibis evening al the rssidsnosof Mr. ii.
I''. PlliinglUtUl al ftUO o'eloek.
HIVMII III I II I l N
I't-. .1II11 li, ..... ,,l - l 1 SfMSlSl lent
inlliitirr," Il Is inc lining known si WasMaglon
Unit Presli fiii 1 levelsnd'n m ilnu ss n
Hards tin llaSMtiisn nstt i Is 1 , Ml
lily spun lbs lepnii ni "ntf sssmM
I'onimi MM .lime- II. BtoUHt of
Utnegia. Wl.ere.t ilieie is nMMSk slir
pn-e nml sevetni snsll-knowfi lei nits
have . , .11-.-1 1 1 Baton iatimpnt ihal the
tdminhursihei shisild he inMletd m
formulsie a oik'j with this report nml
nothing else nag it roe ni I woes John 1,.
hteteiis nas Minister to Italian tor
four years, yH hii report are thrown
Into tile asle liaskel , ami II in nil
spti'ial commissioner," who was six
months mi tin- Islands, used Instead.
Woise than that, the t)eorglaii is al
lowed tn contradict Mr. Stevens, and
the cootraOin Ion is iiM'd .- psrferlly
Men Sfhn hate knuwii en tViligtess
man bl u ... i... leilin ...nn 1 rangs
: tin if which Ui ili illustrste In, n.ii
loa miraiedueBfii Oiuside oi Georgia
p.. hue ami the miiliui ..I WaslltngtiHI
lilt- lie never stepped until he un,
speeiled tn 1 1 lulu on one of the lUOSl
inipiirtanl diplomatic missioiis of the
age. It is said that while a member of
the House Committee on foreign Al
lans his frequent "bulls" earned his
comrades much smusement. Hut it was
..hen oil his own foreign mission that
"my special commissioner" shone in the
light of mi cm! 111:111 in a minstrel shoWt
It will he remembered that he went
from San Krancisco to Honolulu on the
revenue cutter Biohard Rush. Ii was
Lis lirst trip on the ocean, but one would
naturally suppose that a member of
Congress would know something about
a Steamer, especially at a time when
naval 11 Hairs were constantly coming up
in the House. But the third day nut
from port, which was his lirst day nn
deck owing to seasickness, he ap
proaobed the officer on watch and ex
"Where's the whirling thing, the
thing that goes round ami round and
makes the ship go? Where is it lo
"YoU mean the propeller?"
"That's at the stern, near the rudder."
"Oh! is that sol Thanks."
The next morning "my special com
missioner" was on deck when the men
were washing down.
"Where do you get Hie water from
for that?'' said lie.
The officer pointed at the ocean.
"I reckon you think you tire smart."
exclaimed the Geo rg lain, ami he dove
There were two men whose missions
to Honolulu BOUld easily be tolil hy
those th re last spring. One was
Charles Nordhoff, the other was .lames
H. Blount. The day the former landed
he said : "I have been sent out hy the
New York Herald to down annexation
ami 1 am going lo do it."
Mr. lilnuiit saiil nothing, but his every
action proved that this one aim was to
be little anil discredit Minister Stevens
in every manner.
The dining room of the Hawaiian
Hotel w as usually crowded the evening
when "my special commissioner" made
his lirst appearance, for of course every
body wanted to get a good view of him.
Al one table sat Major Wodehl use, tin
British Minister, and family. At another
was the French Consul General and
Mr. I'ugii. the representative of Japan.
At other tables were naval officers,
members of the Provisional Govern-
lncnt. men who had held high offices
under the monarchy and members of
the Kupitiue Court. Louis, thu bead
waiter, sensible to the comfort of all
the guests, had placed the table whereat'
'my special commissioner'' was to sit in
a position where every one in the room
could see il without that conscious turn
ing 01' the head. Il was admirably done,
and some hinted that Louis had been
tipped to do so.
Soon 111 walked the Georgian and
took his seat. Soup was easily disposed
of. but when it oameto the fish "Mam
ma, he is eating with his knife. " said a
Of course, it was all over town within
a few hours. A man may be 11 good
diplomat and eat tish wilii his knife,
but it was one of the many little things
that go to make up the whole.
Within a week .Admiral Skerrett gave
a dinner to Mr. Blount, inviting Presi
dent Dole and members of the Cabinet
to meet htm. The next day this was
the sentence that was passed from
mouth to mouth: "Just think, she
United States Commissioner attended
wearing an old sack coat."
There is another story about the dif
ferences bet ween "mv special commis
sioner" and Admiral Skerrett which
caused them to act coldly toward each
other, and limilly resulted in the Rear
Admiral being transferred to the China
station. It is that the naval officer
hinted to the diplomat that it might be
well for him to wear a dress coat upon
such occasions. Whether that is SO 01'
not it is known that at a similar dinner
given by President Dole a fortnight
later "my special commissioner'' wore a
"swallow tail," anil it was made by h
Cleveland tn Willis.
I've tm-n "iln tattered ensiun iloivn,"
Ami bowed i s starry fukTsIa shamsi
Nun let it ri-t 1,1 luiii iii.. orowa.
And UuttoR ilatd s mua :
If (freedom slu leksi m inn h the worss
For lien 1 oan'l tie bsr rtrj nurse.
tin ii'll these rebels that I ssjr
Onlamula's pan It snail not
To cneer them nn Hit' fiilet'ul ds)
I1t.11 limy proclaim Hawaii free.
Our iiuvi naif our HtKtesniar. kunw
Tin Ir task-when rrsedom si riker- u blow.
What has been dons you'll iiii-asi- uiaus
st rii. "it Us red snd wbilesnd blun
1. inert) .
sin- iliii'i'.t tu ilon in spin- uf nit-:
I'm un 1 lit Hiack Qnssn's rrown fur fslr
If ni'i'il tie, knot 11 tn her liuir.
Il iinisl In- BQqS to In a Kins.
Tliuugli Kings by any uther name
Ii iln-. ko in 1.1, .1 tiSVS tln-ir tliiiK
.Mill' in. I I'si-iip.' tin- t fimt's blmui-.
Ho sii.i along Hawaii's wgvss
TUe him blnill grssl a rses uf slavss.
.1. r. 11
Metropolitan Meat Co.
si KING STREET,
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
c. J. WALLER, - Manager
Old Kona Coftee
FOK SAI.K AT
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S
Queen Street Stores'
BY AUTHORITY .
Will be 1 1 i .'.i'i .1 at tl ti I kM
Minister of the Interior' nnlll UlnVlnek
inmn. Montlsy, Ii - 1 -1 1. 1 foi
the isifcsinn Hon nl a To 1 1 at North Ko
hnla. Ma wall.
Plans mid spvel Heat ions at the oAos
of the Su rilltenilt III nf I'llblle Wnil,-
..I'.'.ai the .iiiii f ..I Ci ii PmUmv iJVmitj
sberill. Nnrlh Knbaln.
Kach lender huh in ilorsed ''Tender
fin Knhnlu .Iml."
The Minister nf the tMeelut does not
bind himself in ncospl the I o weal nr any
iMeMnr Ifltoe, N01 . i. I MM.
.) A. KINO.
M ini-lel "I I be lillel ior.
'.'i 1 1 :!t
sai 1 ni a srais oi novaaNMSMi
1. All 1 1 BOUfH noil MJHCMHOtWl
1 1 1 1 I iiiini 11 nil) 1 1 a 1 1 1 1
iin Wi nM.sn iv. I mr mm nan Imqh, I
ni 19 o'clook noon, al the f rout entrance
of the Kxecntive Building will Is' sold
al public Suction a Strip ol 1 1. iverninent ''
Land on the mouka side nf ProspSOt
street. Smith Slope Punohbowl Hill.
Honolulu, Oahu, containing an area of
087IS square tn t. a little more or less.
I pset price. QTB.
Interior Offloe, Woe, M, 1804,
J. A. KINIi.
Minister nf the Interior.
AVKHV GtBNTLB UARHIAOB House,
nit able Pot CmuIIj hni for nv. A No
two well bred "ittpwraUrtloti1 i I i brokffl
to linrm-ss by Ws A Buick. For fuvthcr pur
ttonlan uiply at tM- office.
I. O. O. F.
HARMONY LODUK No.::. I.O.O.I,.,MEETa
in 1 1 it 1 in. in v Hall, Way's Block, Klin Street,
rv.rj Monday, at 7:80 p. m. Visiting brethsrs
an- oordlally Invited toattsnil.
I'. I'. I.AWHKM'K. SCO, A. TUHNKH,
MoWs Orand. Secretary.
'I he POUR BOOMS on the (ii- 'n.d
Floor ni the Masonic Tkmpuc. ihese
rooms are suitable for Stores or Offices.
Por particulars, spply to
V. P. ALLEN.
t 'hail man of Tl USh es.
Over Bank of Bishop ft Co.) 20- in
B V1BTUK Of A WRIT OK KX
KCTJTION. issued mi! of the I i irict
OOUrl on the With da) ol' Novi'iob. r, .V.
Ii. 1598. nuuinst Voui g Bin, tilios Wi-ig
Btug, defendant, in favor of .Man i.unx.
plaintiff, for the sum of 148.00, 1 have
levied upon and shall expose for sale lit
the Police .Station, in the District of
Honolulu. Island of Oahu. at 12 o'clock
Of SATURDAY) the HOTB day of Dki'EM
BEH. A. D. 1898, to the highest bidder,
all the right, title and interest of the
said Youiu Bin alias Wing Bing, de
fendant, in and to the following prop
erty ( unless said judgment, interest,
costs nml my expenses be previously
List of property for sale :
Two Domestic Bewing Machines,
Twenty Pieces Cloth (more or less).
Knur Woolen I'ants.
Nine Crape Shirts.
TwentN Crape Ties.
One Cut-away Coal and Iron stand.
Bight Ihinese Shirts.
Two Cotton Undershirts.
Ten Coats Brown and White. m
Two Bluer .lumpers.
One Mirror and one Bound Table.
One Iron and one Banging Lamp.
One Standing Bhowonae.
One Counter and one Shell, and
Crockery Ware. etc.
Bonolulu, Dee. 1, iHiia.
E. (J. BITCBfOCK,
Large Fat Gobblers.
TH ANKSGIVING, EX MAS AND
WHiiitrr 18 tii :ju 1.11s.
I i.kavk ORDHUa KAiti.v 'i'ii si'.n hi:
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
505 Fort Strbkt.
I HACKFLD I CO.,
S(U AwiitH for the HaWftliJUB
IsIjiihIh fot the
Brewed by the Anheuser
B use It Brewing Assonhi
lion of St. louis. ami of
the . , ,'.
Jos. SchlHz Mil
Lsrgs shipments junt
to liaiut. ami for SSls
H. HACKFELD & CO.
la .'.hi. i k
t rt r r. t
LalSSt Novtlticn III jlt Ooutla
IVSal M ilrri.ib. 111 IMS ISSWSBI I'Uni,. Mti
Mm) St.llil OSMNS .it fSff low SjfSjaS,
An Wool rr m lllo CnllS.
sssftMjsm Bssernsssi "t
K.ni.i I IsMISS Mini S'.liil t f'nt il'c-. MM Hk
UUS SSSWi in nil ShsSei ngSfSd IsSMl Silk Iii
.ir.'-. pstuMMs, CffvststSMSSi hMNsSNks, LnasS
RllkS, A lull lint' ..I Silk" Nl .ill I "I'"'
Al I'll'. SSSIS a Vunl
is are seleeted personnllj by Ma. BsoHl in Ken Vork city ami an
ni die Very Latest, end will be offered at prices
to suit the times.
Going out of fchfl Dry Goods Business I
t v. tyilnnt MIMtil In- riolil H 1 r- 1 1 ul Lu'il
THIS IS NO FAKE.
To convince you of above filet read the following 1'rioe last :
Ladies' Cutton Cloves, pair..
Ladles' Silk Mitts
Misses' " "
Children's Colored Hose..
" " 15-
Gents' Linen Collars
Ladies' " "
Velvet Ribbons, 6 yards for .
2. JO Corsets 675 bones. . .
Silli and Fancy Dress Buttons
Boy's Woolen Suits 1
Boy's All Wool Suits
Colored Woolen Lace .
Ladies' Colored Ribbed Vests
3 for ;
Ladies' White Zan.e Vests. .
Boy's Cambric Collars, pr doz.
$22.00 Gents' Suits.. 10,
Ladies' Dress Heels
Clasps for Cloaks, per doz.. . .
Silk Dress Binding
Ladies' Linen Ulsters
Misses' White Slippers
1 , .
''THE KING OF THE CANNIBAL ISLANDS,
' ' To H . K . WAMP0LE .
''Send One Gross of your Tasteless
Preparation of Cod Liver Oil. Feast
Day is at hand, and the Missionary is
thin. ' '
HOLLISTER & CO.,
523 Fort Streets Honolulu, H. I.
A FEW OF OUR SPECIALTiFS.
COMPLBTE ASSOKTMKNT OF
STOVES AND Mil
' "ICURIvKA'' RANOKS,
set in Brick,
i AGATE IRON WARE,
and TIN WARE,
COI.11MHUS' WKOlilillT STKKI. SINKS,
(lulvuiili'il hiiiI WhtSs Knu'iifled.
r.lL, I.AWN SI'KINKl.fcKS.
Hlifui Mi-ral WoodH in Tin, or ial-
v 111 1 i i t) Inin on hand or made t order,
Kull Hue of Sanitary lK ltath Tubs,
Lavatories, Wati-r ('limetn, Hpe and Fittings.
We aie eijiiiipid for work of all kladu iu the
Hheet Metal and tMuinbinu trade, and can
guarantee thorough vvtirkiiiaiishii and lir-i
clasH materials in tliette lines.
vt stJiirn jour jatrnunKci.
J. EMMELUTH & CO.
No, 6 Nuuanu St. and 104 Merchant St
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
STIOAM I'lMIINKH, Nl'I.AK Mll.l.W, Hllll.KIIS,
1'OOI.KItM. lllON, HllANS AMI lMAt
Mat'liinery tl Ki r DejUQfiptiOP Made to
Order. I'nrticul n ntt4Htfioa mtd to Slop-'
Ntokunittiliigi .iwii w ni k 1 xtM'uttti at Hbqrt
NEW GOODS! !
h. 1 1 " ' 1 wm '
inNoi 111 11
An tmsM . 1 1 hi ot
Whin and Colorrd Collon Dr Ooodi.
1 .1... PaMStst MJsssssi MsMMti Rsw Casil.
Ir Nw MtSHSS. N w I'rntiM.
A finr BMNirMSl in "I
(MSChSSM, Patcalu anil PMaSllSlHSi Faiu v
Strlpi d dntmi CrisMss,
At",, an flixMin iiHatHimt'iii nf
DteSS TflflSNMiajt to match all Malprials
las Spools of Button Twist
4 spools sewing Silk
5 Spools for.
4 yards for. .
0 o a
'-i 5 5:
Is line way of ,, uin the Mioweni
OS the reef, hut that it Ih not the
hHt way Captain Metealfe has
Now that the excitement iM over,
SUpDOSS you gSt one of those really
thai we have just gotten in for the
Christmas trade, to show your utile.
hoy (or Home one else's), how it
was ilone, you know.
Besides Hteatn Boats we have
host of other things suilahle for
presentB which must lie seen to I e
('nil early anil lake lirst oholos,
.). S. KM Kit SON,
KMOIKMB AND SITRVKYOU,
With VV E. Howell,
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