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THE HAWAIIAN STAR MONDAY, tr,rF.MftF.R 4. 1803
Jhk Hawaiian Star.
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1 1 I VI 1 AND AND CONGRESS.
. 1 ! , ourse id Mr. Clet eland in
withholding Oreaham'a letter
writlen on the (8th ol October
from the knowledge of Congress
end dismissing that body with the
asstftance that he had no further
tu lay before it when he
jas to proceed at once witli
a dangerous and nn-American poli
, towards these Islands, simply
pfbvea how much he dreaded the
participation of the Senate and
II., use in iii, Hawaiian imbroglio.
If he had had his way he would
have "hanged the man and tried
him afterwards." Fortunately and
ii feasori i ! circumstances which
are not yet clearly understood, this
policy lias been baffled and Mr
Cleveland finds himself in the pre
semv ol Congress to-day with the
late fueen of Hawaii still in private
lite and the Provisional Govern
njent holding its ground with cour
Igl mil determination. He will
prooabjy find that his dread was
We take it that Congress will act
ijaftnetliately in our favor. Not
on!) ha? the President encroached
iivhi ils duties and rights but he
lias jeopardized the political future
oi (tven Democrat in the Senate or
lli,uise Congress has just seen
Mi Cleveland rebuked fur his dom
estic policy and his dictatorial airs
pji enormous adverse majorities in
life States which made him Presi
' dent: and it knows that if the
crime suggested by (iresham's let
tet is added to the other causes of
popular offence, the next Congress
and President will be Republican.
This means that the Democratic
members of the- present House and
some of the Democratic Senators
will be punished for Mr. Cleveland's
transgressions. Looked at in such
a light resistance to the administra
tion policy, on the part of the pres
ent law-makers, be-o unes a matter
of political self-preservation. Ob
viously it is a matter of patriotism
and high public duty as well.
As to the specific acts expected
ol Congress, we count first on a re
fusal to authorize the use of force
to overthrow a friendly Govern
ment in behalf of a discarded des
potism. Then we look for an in
vestigation into the genesis of
Blount's report and the appoint
nept of a commission drawn from
Congress and the judiciary to visit
Honolulu next summer and hold
an impartial court, the conclusions
of which will be submitted at the
next session. After that we expect
'resident Cleveland's pro-Knglish
scheme will go into the "innocu
""7lus disuetude" in which he himself
is bound to disappear.
In the meantime, on this ground
vigilance and dry powder will con
tinue to be- ttseVi.
THE "STAR'S" NEW FORM.
The Star now appears with its
four pages enlarged and its sup
plement omitted. It also takes oc
casion to announce below that it
will publish in addition to its daily
issue an eight-page, 48-Columu
weekK on or about the 1st of Jan
The change in the form of the
made because advertisers
will not use the supplement unless
the STAU inauagCment shall agree
to break up the present compact
ando cti'oi tabling local page and
share 1 is contents with the tl y leal.
Tjris we have not seen lit to do.
W'c stink the interests ol the
reader wU' be better served b the
usual typlgraphical form than by
'hat mixture ot text and ttade an-
ifneemeiits which might thrust a
liver pad advertisement into a
(dace where he had grown accus
tomed to look for the proceedings
of the Council or the latest reports
0011 tlie Hawaiian question. .s
the advertiser he professes a
Hliugness to take space any
Sere on the four regular pages.
; change in form, therefore,
i: 'to suit ydl around,
c -rrte of small type in the
uables us to give a third
ws to the column than we
to do with the lar;e type
I less th in a month ago
THE WEEKLY " STAR "
On ir bout the lirst of Jftnuarj
Mxt t J 1 Star will add Wrkbm
to its output. This move I made I
to nett - -" mvni ' m ind I I!
', I l.iJa, i lit v., c . f
.mm and editorial con
The W br it 1 y Stvk will have the
eight page, fort) eight column
form, which mi well serve the in
u rests nt readers and advertisers
alike Tin lest will stiinil in stiliil
brevier, a small but distinct type,
ami will contain all the important
and Interesting news anil comment
Included in the six preceding issues
of the Daily Additionally, there
will Ik- al leasl three twees ol the
kind of stories and miscelloin which
adapts a wcekl) journal in the fire
side tastes ni others than political
and commercial i eadei s
We shall look loi a VCT) wide
circulation (01 the WKKKI. in the
other Islands and abroad.
At the reinest of prominent
members of his church, and as a
service of public value, the STAR
gives a large part of its local space
to-day to the sermon delivered yes
terday morning from the Central i
Union pulpit by the Rev. Dr. Heck-
ORKSHAM HATK8 Mt88IONARtKS.
lie, Sain ! Store Deatroyi
oeratfo Cluaoera in imim;
The Minneapolis TWowne, hitherto op
poned to annexation, has printed the
WahhimqtoM, D. C, Nov. 18. Secre
tary Orenham's Haw aiian olicy has
been i be prevailing topic fi ir three days.
Nothing Uleveland has fathered bus
been more denounced.
Prom a dote friend of Qresliam it is I
learned Hint he has already at hand an
other chapter which he will make DUO- j
lie soon. His line of polic) will of
necessity drift into antagonism of every
American interest abroad. Ii is stated
I hat ( IreahatU Will plead that t he revolu
tion in Hawaii was practically a flli
bustering affair, like that of the West
Indies or Nicaragua, lie will show in
justification of this claim that six of the
thirteen members of the Committee of
Safely were American citisenn.
He also lays particular stress upon the
discovery w hich Iflouni ha- made that
Stevens was a Congregational Inl
preacher, while ai the same time draw
ing salary as a United states Minister,
The presumption is thai he drew until
ary for preaching too.
tireshaiii is oppoesd io foreign mis
sions, and is quoted as saying thai he
wished the cannibals would eat up the
foreign missionaries, liemocrata gen
orally in Washington admit privately
that tin- Hawaiian policy destroys all
chauce lor Democratic success in 'mi.
E I iti ri;i I ly tin- Tribune has the follow
ing comment i
Secretary Oresham'a anxiety to "do
up" the late administration may net him
into a predicament which In- will not
relish. Suppose the Provisional Gov
ernment carries out its threat to resist
with arms the attempt of Liliuokalani
ami Qresnam to overthrow It? Will
Secretary Qresnam declare war agatnst
the Hawaiian Government because it
refuses to lie down and give way to a
rotten ami Inefficient monarchy? Will
he wane w ar upon his own countrymen
on Hawaiian soil because they refuse to
accept the monarch w hich he has select
ed for them?
. Cleveland CuiialStntlon,
The New Y u k Sun suggests this as
ti revised Constitution of the United
!. The executive and legislative
power shall be vested in a President of
the United States.
8, The President shall have the
power, without the advice and consent
of the Senate, to make treaties and to
appoint Commissioners Paramount,
:. He shall from time to time con
ceal from the Congress information of
tin- state of foreign countries.
4. He shall guarantee a monarchical
form of government everywhere.
5. He shall have pow er to make war
without previous notice to the enemy ot
to his own subjects.
THE FUELING IN Ollld.
stiii,- Soldiery Would Come and Help
l ii liequlred.
From ii member of the L'reat house of
M. c. l.illey iV (o, the leading manu
facturers of military kim,Is in the t'nitea
Stales. .1. S. Martin has received the fol.
Coumnua, t.. Nov. 80, IH88,
.1-. .. .s. Martin, Honolulu, ll. I.
DBAS Silt: As you accuse me of being
a Royalist and say thai ought to make
me feel bad, 1 may say that yon have
suocceeded, t wish to impress on you
that neither the w riter nor any one con
nected with the works are in opposition
to your Provisional Government, ami 1
doubt if such a man can be found in the
cilv. 1 have seen considerable service
during our late unpleasantness ami in
the National Guard of Mary land and
this state am in the National ( lu, mi
now . in the Officers' Veteran Corps. I
am thoroughly familiar with the reeling
of In- oit-ti and officers, and I do not
hesitate to sat thai a good, well-drilled
1 and off!
red battalion could be enlisted
ij-hten you as t,, the feel Inn of' the poo
pie. I send von bv same mail a lot of
paM-rs of local issue, covering a little
over a week's continuous issue. The
Olographic columns will shnv, you the
'jeitenil feeling in this country . ami the
editori lis the local feeling, ll il lioyal
ist can get any milk out of tbeiu be is
ui Iconic to il. bul I don't think thai the
iUantity would cans,- hilll an indigos
lion. I bis is l he w a w e all feel, and
noudenm the Administration lor the
putt they an- taking against you. We
only hope a ml pray thai VOU people will
hold out. The people of t he slates a re
with you, and if Minister Willi bluffs
more than is agreeable, send him home
.111, 1 bold the bu t until your needs can
in- made known lu this country, and I
reel 1 1 ii tii It-lit thai there w ill he 110 lack
of men ami arms to help you mil ol the
difficulty ami land you .is part of the
United Stales, as you are now looked
upon in the hearts of the American pub
lie. No. sir. I am 110 Royalist. Wish
ing von sic'ccs and and an early and
peruiaueni established Kovwnmpiii on
g I old Republican principles, I am,
C. 8, N ui-'i
u 1. 0 He v ...... ,1
"1 tell yoll, Parker, money is scarce."
"Don't oat seared. I'm not g g l'i dun
I you (or that 110 you owe mo."
lih, 1 wasii t thinking ot mat. 1 was
fixing to ask you to lend tue another ten."
Itrookl) 11 1 .lie.
Mt'NGAT M ITS ! I l('i .
w n. , criminals r Ti.in to ri- uii
I - 11,1 reti by H Lhm.
Ontwafdly tbs iRaiiibtanw to Aden Is
kept, up ni you nppron'-h Musent. The
lafttS tin nee 1 ' ' ' Ill OtlRI ''It', v I leh nnk '1
gin ' 1 1 kii' !' (.I.iii;! yail'llt'i.;
the same lac rowsof white lion M HwtM
hiii'io mil iuiiiku .iu ii. 1 1. 1 ill lint leruie
valleys In ibt inn- tot 1 1 in it-m the
rallc) called 1'iii inline, w ji ii it v palms ami
Baldens ami 11 hclmm -1 1 ;i 1 1 the lesnlt of
Irrigation Slid wells wo. k cd by slaves and
bullocks In tin Indian fashion namely, hi
-1 . 1 1 n a path, n Unit when the bullock
nml nigmT descend 1 he bucket cuttles tip,
and when ths imiiork nnd niggci aaoand
the backet mom down Not far from htttf
nai It the Green mountain, nelebratsd still
Pot its vineyards and ltit wins, Krom lien
it Is Mfmkasl that the Portuguese brought
the pafoni stook of thoM Ana lnsa whlek
we call Mil MM feel.
You land , an uninteresting, dirty
lieaeh. with some old cnimi it 1 of the I'oli 11
niiese period peeping oui of their sandy
io.ies he it. i. est mi, IteM house in the
place 1 r ikvii pled b the British reatdenl 1
nml tin- Hritlah posi ami telegraph entali-
llahtnen! li g a potet whloh geta what
kronen Ii oan rrom two sens unt under
lieat ll I he soul llt-l-tl Inl't Tkl siii, nil l.i-i
lions,, is t he iin.tiu s palaee, bul before Wn
u.i 1.. s,.,. bin let ii iaj .1 word about tbnt
ouriotti title Imam nnd tkeprfnnnl nwoef
Utlktinalh It"- ruler ol tllnaii wa
of priest king, itnatn llterslly mennlng
priest , for in olden ihis t he men of t Iniau
were called "outnidera" by their Moham
nedan brethren becsuni they reoognltod
their own chief solely an the head of their
own religion. This is why they called him
their imam or priest and kiin;, like M. I
ehiseilek, to whom, oddly enough, in the
Koran is prltreO the Mine title. Imam
Baeeddldnol like tbla title at all. lie pre
ferred In have a iiiinit- which WOM u put
more on a footing With other stiver-
1 in 1
1 he I'lilled himself the sultan of
Onian, which tile 1 , i-- auooeaaon also as
hiime. Hut somehow or another the people
old title of Imam best ami stick
Sultan Tourkee du d a few years ago, and ;
with his lieat h came 1,11 aicain the Usual
succession 1 roubh
lb- bad ill ways educnl ed
his seconds Kay-ul, to succeed blm, his I
eldest son. .Moham! 1. being a mete negro '
by an African slave mother ami totally
without education, so that his claims to
the throne were of no account, lb- causes
no difficulty, but lives next door to his
brother, Sultnn Paysul, in the enjoyment
of a pension of tion a in,, nt b.
The palace is entered by a formidable
Looking door decorated with large spiked
Losses of brass, fins opens into a small
court in which is contained the most im
posing sight of the place namely, the lion
in bis cage to the left, into which Faysul
Introduces criminals of the deepest dye to
be devoured by this lordly executioner.
Children ami Selenee.
Tin- method of beginning to teach sciencs
with ultimate undecomposable elements
and "building up" -icp by step, with coin
plete sequencesand line Inferences, exhibits
one phase ol si-ii.,c,- work, especially that
done in scientific schools lij a, lull students.
In tin- case of many teachers it seems tu
furnish all the fascinations and advantages
oi a thoroughly logical method, and to he
in perfect consoiiauue with the educational
principle. "Kroin the known to the un
known," but i here seems to lie some unrea
sonable bias ,r Ignorance of facts in the iu
terpretatiou of the principle as applicable
Children's uaturul sequences are from
wholes Io palls, from the complex tO I he
simple, from the superficial towh.it lies un
derneath, from the indefinitely known to
the more definitely known, and the mental
processes Involved areanalyt teal, especially
in the early part of their school days. In
this case also excessive generalisation is
dangerous. Undoubtedly children acquire
some knowledge s m betically, and as t hey
approach adult life their powers of analy
sis and synthesis are Increased by more
frequent use, and no system or met hod t hat
is exoessive in ell herdireot ion can be right
fully called scientific. Popular Science
Borne one says of Charles Lamb's jokes
that they were thrown oft in a spirit of
reckless fun, regardless of the quality or
prosperity of the sally, lie did not care a
straw w hether a joke was funny enough to
lie laughed at or good enough to be remem
bered. On bis table one day lay a copy of Words
worth, open at the page of contents, it
was a most slovenly edit ion, and the con
tents in particular were absurdly printed.
For example, the sonnet beginning!
Alas! what limits the long. Laborious quest,
bud been entered with mercantile spaed as
Alas! what boots
Lamb came into the room with a friend,
and in taking up the hook these words met
"Yes," he said, reading them in a doleful
tone, "he may well say that. I paid Iloby
B guineas for a pair that tore like blotting 1
paper when I was leaping a ditch to esoaps
it fanner who pursued me with a pitchfork
for trespassing. Alas! what hoots! Hut
why should Wordsworth wear boots iu
Westmoreland? Pray advise him to pat
ronize shoes!" Youth's Companion.
NoIkmIv Axed Iter.
A bright young womuii who came into
the employ of the government under a
former administration has retained her
position quite serenely. This has surprised
some of tier acquaintances, who had gained
the impression that there is no limit to the
"official beadsman's" scope of endeavor.
The only comment she has made is the fol
lowing adaptation of the good old song,
which she sent in a letter to a friend:
"Where are you goinu, my pretty maid?"
'To work lor the lioverninent, sir," she said.
"Why don't yon resign, my pretty maid?"
"Nobody's axed me, nil-," she said.
One night in the house of commons dur
ing the forties Mr. CobdeU Was making an
important speech. In the middle bo was
interrupted by an irrupt ion of t lie members
of the Young England party, who streamed
ill ill all the glory of I heir white waistcoats
and dress coals, lie turned to them with
an appeal of unusual eloqueuoe, whiob be
gan "Your fathers letl our fat tiers al t'rec-y
ami Agincoiirt. Why won't you lead iih
now?" National Review.
Very slinpb- W tioi Von Know ll. ..
"If anybody bad asked me this morn
ing," said a eil i.en, "liow lo carry a marble
topped table and a rooking chair at the
same time 1 couldn't have told him, bul
tonight i could, lor today I nasi a matt do
log just thai thing, lb- carried the labia ;
In tronl of hi tu wiili his hands, and I,.-had I
the rocker on his back, with the rookefS
honked down over his shoulders in front."
Jute has dsvalopsd wonderfully of late.
Some of the most etlective hangings shown
an- mads from it, aud uow these have oov
erings of little cost tiial show all t he sub
dued coloring and perfection of design la
miliar in Turkish carpets ol highest pries.
Truly tin re is every opportunity offered lo
select w isely and H ell, and t here seelllH 111
ii,- reason tor the existence of crude rooms
and Inharmonious homes.
Roman tribunes had hoth a olvll and a
militarj fuuotlon. Tribunes of the people
were invested with the power of vt loiliL'
the proceedings of ihe senate and even of
Ihe courts. Milit.il- tribunes were officers
elected ill place of the consuls. The le-
gionarj tribuuss were the colonels of the
legion. There were sia, and each in turu
nommandsd the legion, in battle each led
a cohort of 1,000 men
When .lohti Howard Payne dtedifi Tunis,
the Unite,l States owetl liim AI5.'.k; as con
sular salary His hairs are still trying to
tatAi ku i anajMa,
sVid ii. itjosivod it the offlA ' h
m 1 1 , 1 1, t f tie-1 ii. 1...1. arrWI 1 olocli
boon ai, .it inv Decern bvi , I9W, fat
the construction of a jail al ofth ICo
Plans 'in, 1 specifications at the office
of the superintendent of Public Works
alsoat the office of C, II. Pittas, Deputy
Sheriff, North Kohala,
Bach tender musl adorned Tender
tot K 1 dm iii Jail
The Mlttistui ol thelnie11.11 does not
iiiiul himself io accept the lowest or any
Interior nine. Nov. im. ism.
.1. A. KINO.
Minister of the Interior.
-u 1 :it
SAl.h Of A SIKH1 Ol- 0OVKRNMKN1
i.anii SOUTH SLOPS PUNCHHOW1
11 1 1 1 HONOI.UI.Ui oAim
tin Wiumsiuv. I Hi 1 nii 11 "1 ItWfl
ai 1 ' iVclock notin, .11 the from entrance
rf the Exei'lltivp Hiiihlinc will l- sold
at public auction a Strip ol rjovernmenl
1. .ni-! on the in. .ni,, 1 side of Prospect
street, Bonth slope Punchbowl Hill.
Honolulu, Onhn, containing an area of
iis;."i square feet, a little more or less.
Dpaet price. $76,
Interior OffieSi Nov. MV, MM,
.1. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
hV VIRTUE t)l- A WRIT (iK EX-
El T I'M N. issued out of the District
11 the Bith ilav of November. A.
Ii. 1 s!i;i. against xoung 1 1 i 11 . alias Wins
rling, defendant, in ravor of Mnn Lung,
plaintiff, lor the sum ot S4o,Vt), I have
levied upon and shall expose for sale at I '
the Police Station, in the District of
Honolulu, Island of Oahli, at I" o'clock
of Saturday, the BOTH day of Dkcem
BKR, A. Ii. 1898, iii the highest bidder,
all Hie light, title and Interest of the
said Young Hui alias Wing Hing, de
fendant, in and to the following prop
erly, unless said judgment, interest,
costs and iny expenses be previously
List of property for sale :
Two Domestic Sew ing Machines.
Twenty Pieces ('loth (more or lessi.
Pour Woolen Pants.
Nine ( rape Shirts.
Twent) Crape Ties.
t Ine Vest.
line Cut-away Coal and Iron Stand.
Bight Ihinese shirts.
Two ( lotton Undershirts.
Ten ( oats Brown and White.
Two Bluer .lumpers.
Tw o ( 'hairs.
due Mirror and one Bound Table.
One Iron and one Hanging Lump.
One Htanding Showcase. ,
I Ine Counter and one Shelf.
( Irockery Ware. etc.
Honolulu. Dec. I. 1888,
E. G. HITCHCOCK
VERY GENTLE CARRIAGE HORSE.
suitable for famll) use. is tor shU. Also
two well bred "Speculation' Ptllfes, broken I
in limrnflM h W . a. Hun k. Bor further mtr- I
Honiara apply at this office.
I. O. O. F.
HARMONY LODGE No. 8, .O.O.F..MRET8
in Harmony Hall, Way's Blook,King Btreet,
svery Monday, at 7:80 e. m. Visiting hrotln-rs
are cot-ilially invited toatteud.
I. I'. LA WKEWK, HEO. A. TUHNEK,
Noble Grand. Beorntary.
The FOUfl BOOMS on the Ground
Floor of the Masonic Tkmpi.k. These
rooms are suitable for Stores or t Mice-.
For particulars, apply to
W. F. ALLEN.
Chairman of Trustoss.
Over Hank of Bishop 6Y Co.) SlO-m
Orders Received at Ihe Star Office
Hodpod, Newman & Co.,
Wrought Steel Ranges, Cliiileil
AOATK WARlv (White, C.rav and Nickel-jilated ), PUMPS, WATER
AND SOIL PIPES, WATER CLOSETS AND URINALS, RUB
BER HOSE AND LAWN SPRINKLKRS, MATH TLBS AND
STEEL SINKS, O. S. GUTTERS AND LEADERS, SHEET
IRON. COPPER, .INC AND LEAD, LEAD PIPE AND PIPE
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet
D1MOND BLOCK. 95-07 KING STREET.
''THE KING OF THE CANNIBAL ISLANDS,
' ' To H . K. WAMPOLE.
' 'Send One Gross of your Tasteless
Preparation of Cod Liver Oil. Feast
Day is at hand, and the Missionary is
HOLLISTER ft CO.,
523 Fort Streets Honolulu, H. I.
Just Received by Last Steamer
Kid Gloves in s Button, Undressed Fans, Drabs and Gray
1.' BuiTON MOSQUETAIRE EVENlNti SHADES
20 Button Evkninu Shades
ALSO A CHOICH LIN'H OF
White and Colored Dimitys, Muslins,
Swisses and Percales.
These are the CHOICEST LINE of DRESS MUSLIN we have Ever Shown
WH HAVE ALSO RBCBIVEO A MCH ASSOKTM KNT op
and Cream Point de Irelande Laces
Suitable lor Trimmini
All Widths, from
EGAN &c G-TJTSnST
New Furniture Store
HOTEL ST., BETWEEN FORT AND NUUANU STREETS
in now opened for buttnewi ami
Antique Oak Bed Room Sets,
( !hiffoniers, Sideboards,
Extension Tables, Etc.
Reed, and Rattan Furniture
' PfaM iprlng, Jliiii', VToolf, Msh aul Ktravv Mattnsscs. UveCNMM H't'al htr and Silk Kin
forHUowa. Bpeutml attoiitton otUled to our latest rtylo o( WIRE MATTKKssks.
tin Im-si aod ohostpeet ever broiigbt to this oountry. ITine Louiige nnd Bole
Bede. at Han PranoiaMj prloea. cmilti As.urtimiit nt Mm I
( 'arriafs, ( Yil
Coknick Poles in Wood dm
, We inaki
a Hpaolalty of Laying Matting Intarlor Deoorating,
I'lirnitiii't nnd Mattrwaw repaired b) Kiist t las WotIuuhii,
Uafaliurf MaUiig id all ite RraautMa
A TRIAL IS SOLICITED.
BILL TBUtraONB BO, HK, Hi -
3 to 12 inches.
inm in itoolt tin- An
iwnii ntn1 i
'raillt's and lliuli Chairs.
Brass Tkim m i m.
LOWEST PRICES PREVAIL.
tf MUTUAL TBLBPB0NB NO. W
An cntir' Nc Sttnk
LefenM iio tiiil . .,1 near, liaoii
w.K,i M iuri.,is 11, im Nisie Pksat, stupe.
.ttul Sultti Colors M vt-rv krW prlVM.
A11 W001 C k apit :m SoiM CotjOM.
Khikv Kimia.l .mil MM "lor Silks, MM Silks
.tin ..nrsii. iii ,ii landei Ihguftd Indhi silks n
.it.'.s ntttefnn, CrynUil SlSja, IndaiSilkki Lnnclt
sal A lull Ihm ol bilks 81 nil tolots
Al t 1 rt put-., h VHr.l
These IIihmIh are Helefted
tlf Hie V e I"
Going out of the Dry Goods Business !
E vci y t liiiiat must lie Hold W i 1. , 1 1. . ol Cutil
THIS IS NO FAKE.
To convince yoll of ahovc fact read the following l'i u-e List :
Ladies' Cotton Cloves, 2 pair.. I
Ladies' Silk Mitts
Children's Colored Hose.. . . .
(lents' Linen Collars
Ladies' " "
Velvet Ribbons, 6 yards for .
if 2. 50 Corsets 675 bones
Silk and Fancy Dress Buttons
Boy's Woolen Suits..
Hoy s All Wool Suits
Colored Woolen Lace
Ladies' Colored Ribbed Vests
Ladies' White Zanze Vests.
Boy's Cambric Collars, pr doz.
$22.00 Cents' Suits
Ladies' Dress Heels
Clasps for Cloaks, per doz..
Silk Dress Binding
Ladies' Linen Ulsters
Misses' White Slippers
A FEW OF OOH SPECIALTY.
CoMPI.KTK Assok i m l-.NT OH
vSl :i 'ERIOR'
STOVES AND RANGES,
set in Brick.
AOATE IRON WARIC,
and TIN WARE,
COLUMBUS' WBOUOHT BTKBI, SINKS,
Oalvanlsed ami White i-bm noted.
0At LAWS SPBtHKLKBS.
sheet Metal (intiils in Tin, Copper or (lal
vanlsed Iron on band or made to order,
Full line of Sanitary Goods, Hath Tubs,
Lavatories, Water OlosetS, Pipe anil Killings.
We are equipped for wort nt' all kinds la the
Sheet Metal and Plumbing trade, and can
guarantee thorough workmanship and first
elass materials in these lines
We solicit jiiur hatronage.
J. EMMELUTH & CO.
No. 6 Nuuanu St. and 104 Merchant St
Large Fat Gobblers.
THANKSGIVING, EXMAS AND
WaiOHT 1'.' Tii -Jtl I. Iis.
1.10 A V 1 ORDHRa KAKI.V to SKOURsi
HENRY DAVIS &
505 Port STREBT.
H, HACKFELD & CO,,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian
Islands for the
Brewed by tin- Anheuaer
Busoh Brewing Associa
tion of Si. Louis, and of
Jos. Schlitz Mil
Large shipments just
lo lialnl. and for sale
by . . .
H. HACKFELD & CO.
-I. S. BMEBSON,
BNOINBBR and BUBVKY0R,
At Ortice of Piibbe Wolks.
I 5-. 20 j
5 O ll
wuii Mr. B
NEW GOODS! F
IMM just tntfl OptMd Lr
In inuncnM m inn ... ot
Wlnte and Colornl Cotton Ore Oeedli
LnanN antMrna, Newest m m ruis. New Cad
kSi New Muslins. New ( rapes.
A till,- MMOnSMM t
Ciinnl.sms Percales anil Plnnnclrtlf. I- in.
stueril Cotton Crtnkltv,
AUo tti eleKant assortment of
Otis:. l iUununRs 1" nntti h nil MnUii
personally by Mr. RaCHR in New York uitv
lift tent, and will be oll'ered at priies
to suit the times.
125 Spools of Button Twist
' 4 Spools Sewing Silk
Knitting Silk, ; Spools for.
Shelf Oilcloth, 4 vards for..
? S 1
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I ft "
2. a s
I tt S I
- a f '.
I s j
X K ft a Sr.
I I I B 3
P 1 E I
Is one way of getting the Miow-era
olT the reef, but, that il is not the
.10 CO 9
'5" Tl 5 E
25 PI B
.20 3 s
.,0 5 J
5" I J ' I
best way Captain Metcalfe has '
Now that the excitement is over,
suppose you get one of those really
a 1 a I truly
that we have just gotten in for rn
Christmas trade, to show your hill,
boy (or some one else's), how it
was done, you know.
Besides Steam Boats we have j
hosts of other things suitable for I
presents which must 'ne seen to ll
('all early and take first choice.
HAWAIIAN BAPC mi'oxii
1111,1 INVBBTMBNT Kb
Oilers for Sale
a few Shares of
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
For terms, apply to
Hawaiian Safe Deposit & Investment I'd,
(Opposite Shooting Gsllsry near Nuusnu Bnnsa.)
NBST Cl.Ass StHAM
IN KIKST ( LASS STYMC
Times u Week.
Me. Us by the Week -single
Meal - - - -Beefsteak
Ham and Eggs 1
Fish, Chops and Eggs
ones. Chocolate sad Gingersle whit
1 1-11-1.-t t !-.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
Km. inks, Si oa it Mu.i.s, Hon. Kits,
ol. Kits, lllo.V, llHASN ANII I.KAP
( 'AS TINUS.
Maoblnsfy of Every Diwoription Made to
'i.li-i Particular attention paid to Ships
Bischsnilthltig, Joli work ssaoutsd al ttborl