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She oiMtum (Sntcmtar.
DEC. 19, 1894r
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2 34 5 6 7 8 Fnll Moon;
9 10 11 12 13 14 TTr . DeC
JL JI J8 19 20 21 22 Dec 19
2.-J 05 26 27 IF oq Kew Moon.
30 31 I
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-Sans Souci Forever.
is very seldom tw u,
- 7 t LUG
Honolulu stores have offered so
large a variety of Xraas goods as
found today. Oar substantial
uiuzeus, uowever. who are not
looking for toys or trifles will do
well m calling at the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Company
and there select a bugy or a
phaeton for the old lady, or a
sorry m case, that the family
grows. Manager Dillingham gives
good work at cheap prices.
i ii a is -
ridr-rr" soi for
" pen todar.
Cystic Lodge v0.2 K.ofP
ill meet fMe OI r-
K , voic:
ase is still in town.
JSo place in the' islands can
compare with that idyllic sooton
the beach of Wnii-;-;
Snc c- "un as
o ouuci. Tho rr,nnn .L-
brmht.r ... . auines
gs 0 tbe Tl3ltor tan
. t. c m tne world. And
is it a wonder fhnf , i
i . , . uuman
,lcart oeats moreramdlv a
such circumstances in , u,
- - w uujuui
- uiim wno nnds himself
none with the choice of hi ei
A - wu
- murnage license and rmrnn
au:tnat is wanted to com
plete the scene, and it is rumored
not ftini.n i . ..
Tho band nlavanf tt,. , "Itl ! .-Pts-recently
meha School fl,;n" use in a very quiet
"iuuuu. lliaunfir in M.ic? t :i
.u tulo uiiunre spot of
Tha W H. r; r.".I,a,e an chaste Queen of the
vesterdav fmm q rul- Songratnlahon;
j uau x'rancisco
-mere was only
tor the Yol
y one passenger
Mr.J.T.Waterhouse. who has
UCBU qaite ill, is impi
Th cnnni',,1 , .,
Panthfinn Rninn ; , , , "f.- 1U1 "on ot the Leer-
io mo is ntnra Iior. i t.-.
lonnf r,. J-U l.x..1 -r, , " "uo "utl Ue
u-uu ucieuraieu Jiiiiter-
priseBeer, where it can always be
2en called yet.
A NEW BOAT
Pifin1 P.lilnr, r. n t . .
found cool and fresh on tan. We , v, , S aaaress to The Leilam Boat Club hold a
do not deal in "Fredericksburg
-Leer as the mormncr Paner
meeting last evening at the Hotel.
Arrangements were made for the
-UrUlSU Vlfifi n.-mol TU-11
thiough some mistake has adver- was present at the conspiracy trial purchase of a boat an order
tised. Call at the Pantheon for to-day. ' wil1 be forwarded to Australia' in
re-freshing drink. tne steamer due here to-morrow.
' I I I 1 I I V
JIM D0DD, Proprietor. uo Araoncan .League will meet out Healanis :
on i nday night. Several sneak-
Tho- Honolulu Clock Depot, ers will address the meeting
BEOWN & KUBEY, No 4 Mas
oniclemple.Alakeabtreet.Clocks aQ members of the Central
and Watches of all kinds kept in Union Church are balloting for a
stock una sold for cash or weekly pastor. Political methods in re
and monthly payments. I'. O. ligions matters !
Thivtflfill miloa nf flia
tv t iri:.i...l f .i -n : ... ui mU uiicuaiuii
u. t . ij.ui. xiiui ui nits jiiiijpiru i f ii -v t .. i ,
r 1 I -l 111 ww uuio UUBI1
oitiuuu nus inaau a now ueai
the POINT !
is not always a pleasint oppora
tion especially if there's a
TUCK on the Ho or,
And you are bare-footed, you ar.
sure to find it. You are
equally sure to fine other
things that leave attractive
points Eminautly suitable
nov 7 tf
which will touch the hearts, or at
least tho palates of many a thirsty
wanderer. He keeps 'half-
and-half" oujdraught and serves a
tho Board of Health this after
most delicious and cool beverage, 0oon. The president is busy in
f ..hi i "
tar superior to "plain uoer. the conspiracy case.
se 1Y tf
The consolidation of tho two
J. J. Williams the well-known telephone companies will take
Artistic Photographer is making pace ou tlio 1st of next month
a specialty of portraits on Watch Mr. Cassidy will have charge of
Dials and Silk Jlanclkerclneis. the concern
flnmnlflfA srtts nf Lantern slides
l0.fnraC pt, h h.ad at the nailery. James Mclnerny , who fractured
For they are sold at a reasonable hi leS a sll0rt while ago, will
figure by the dozen or by the Probably be removed to his homo
it! next week. He is at present at
23T Bedroom Set, Ward
robes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hang
ing Lamps, Pvugs. Bureaus,
Chifloniers, Steamer andYeranda
Chairs. Bed Lounges, Sofas,
Babv Cribs. Clothes Baskets,
Sewing Machines, Whatnots,
Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at
the lowest Cash Prices at tho I.
V T, ftnrnnr of JSlluaUU and
Mr. and Mrs Kanlukou take ,
pleasure in announcing that the ;
marriage between their daughter j
Miss PrLscilla Kahianaakala j
Kaulukou and Mr. Noble Noach j
Kauhane will be solemnized in
St. Andrew's Cathedral on Mon- !
day, December 24th at 10 a. m. '
There will be no meeting nf l ll ul '
invited to bo nresent at tho 1
graded. Tho laying of the rails
will begin shortly.
A Runaway .
the rosidence of Mr. M. Davis at
The evidence of the prosecu
tion in the conspiracy case will
probably he all it? this afternoon.
It is doubtful if any defense will
be offered in the District Court.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cummins
have issued invitations to tho
wedding of their ward Elizabeth
Kahaielaukoa Baker to Charles
tit ii t ii. i., ?-
17,1 HnHe f.lm nnnnlar Pro- PVauace x,oom mvu m
prietorof the Arlington Billiard place at Allendale Homo, Pawaa.
Parlors is now running this favor- on Dec. 31, 1S94 at 8 o eloec p.m.
ite resort on his own account. He ,,.,
i Tin.;t f onrl According to the Advertiser, an
1ms bought Arthur White out, and & .
D . 1 ' IT.. fM flirt rfpihnn n c
nsks his many friends to continue app - - T aZZ
their patronage of tho past m the 'F - - " T'" "
. i,ftnr tnhlM meiit E octnc Light Works has
future. There are no bettor tables
in Honolulu and no better been nieci oy xreu aiWu.
atloSL faxBWied by the Didn't Captain Pratt get the ap-
i A ncci'st- POllltuient t
geniai propneiui i.u - -
auts. - The boj'S lrom tne ivaiuoua-
meha School, marched this morn
ing to the resting place of Mrs.
IS THE CIRCUIT COUBT OF P"- ,,
i norai ueiu"ua
THE FIRST CIRCUIT OF th& founder 6f the school. The
THE HAWATIN ISLANDS, baud headed the procession.
The owner of hack No 25 had a
sid experience today. His horse
got tired of remaining on the 1.
X. L. stand whore he belongs
and took a rathor wild excursion
without driver. Tho horse turn
ed at full speed down Nuuanu
street, jumped with the hack over
two wheel barrows standing out
side Wing Wo Tai's store and
knocked them both into kindling
wood. He thereafter dodged a
a diwy and a furniture waggon
turned tho corner of Queen street,
and was finally stopped near
Morgan's auction room. Fortu
nately no injury was done to any
body and only tho hack was
1 ENGINE DOUBLE CYLIN
DER , singe action, GxG
cylinder l2 horse power
1 VERTICAL TUBULAR
BOILER. 5 feet long, 40
inches din meter, containing
100 2 inch tubes, will sup
ply stennfor loh p. engeui
1 FEED PUMP with all connect
The above are all in good order
and can be had at a bargain by
applying to the undersigned.
UNION FEED CO., Ltd.
We want to help you out ou
your Christmas purchases, ami
intend to do it by saving vow
money on even purchase made of
us durinu the Holidays We have
no end of useful things, that arej
in every day demand, that would !
lose none of their value by being
given as Christmas Presents.
We might give away a piano or
something else as an inducement
to purchasers, but instead of that
evervthing will be marked so low.
that every purchaser, receives a
benefit instead of its all roinc to
We will have a couple of coun
ters in the store devoted to Spe
cial Bargains that are Special
Bargains in the fullest sense of
the word. You could not find a
greater variety in a Grab Bag.
We have received many new
goods by the "Oceanic" that call
for special notice, all of them go
at our reduced prices. PURSES,
SILKS. CURTAINS, UMBREL
LAS, SATINS. COTTONS, LIN
ENS, and no end of goods will bo
sold at prices that will make bar
gain hunters happy, and be most
acceptable as Christmas Presents.
3T Remember we are open
nights, have new electric lights
in tho store, so that goods can be
examined as well as in tho day
gW Save all j'onr chocks for
the Volcano trp, and send them
to the store before 12 o'clock
Dec. 26th, when a Round Trip
Ticket will be issued to the one
havinsr the larc:-st number of
B. F. EHLERS & CO..
Can t iletfp. can"t
cat, tlrtd. thljv It'
a toak voa -a-anU
pariSes tbe blood.
tkkles the paUte.
WH ATS THE DIFFER
for pleasure and set a
tonic You take it as a
tonic and set pleasure
C!1 HIRES IMPROVED lit
Kzt THSPAOCACE MAXES F.YE CAUC.HS
CSS SIAKSTSKIF C-i.'YJ-
rise most APPETIZ1NO and VTHOLrSOVH
rZJiFSRANCE DRINK tr. tij wor.t TUT TT
Ask jour Dru$?tsi or Qrorer for ts,
C. E. HIRES. Philadelphia
It rafertU W s znawpX
Bj ware ;, t
Think vrkmt. a otMta It
For pO"Hwt 4aj" a4
To stauit ami ddkk- Ufrtu
IU ecUro Nt;hL
H. F. BERTELM ANN ,
CONTKAUTOK AND BUILDEE,
0 King St., Bell Telephone 107.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Estate and General
Comer Frt and Queen Streets, Honolulu
forsonal attention given to Sales
of Furniture, Beal Estate,
Stock and General
MuMihI IVIeDhoue 23$.
The White House!
118 Nuuanu Avenue,
HONOLULU, "HAWAIIAN ISLANDS-
H FiB-cIajs Rooming Jloue
IN" EVERY BESPECT.
Rooms froi $1-50 to $3,00 per Week
or 50c, per Day.
It U U5tl
to others u
!oriiin, jSToon, ISTip;lit ....
Good all the time. It removes the lau-nor ot morninc, sustain Uw eufsie; at mooh.
ulU the weariness of nk; lit HIKES ROOTBEER delicious, srwrkiln, sppetlzlnt;. Good a.
llusury, good as a tonic.
It is bevond all dispute a wonderful health-givlns drink, and it i very iy for aay
to understand why this Is so. The root, herb?, bark and berries, from which H1RL& ROOT
BEER Is skillfully made, are the identical thins from which physlclaiH set thlr most brfp
ful remedies. For instance: Do voa believe that s-arsnparilla Is a valnabte remtly J W'm
HIRES ROOTBEER contains more sursapftrilla than many sarsnparilias. TIm) smcb true a
to other ingredients.
It is doins more to advnnce practical temperance than many people renliM.
and recommenueu ov tne most cautious and conservative temperance iwwe.
scrnnulous abstainer can enjoy HIRES ROOTBEER hitrfilt. and recommend it
an agreeable and healthful substitute for the strong drink which he opposes.
It is a homemade and homcmaking beverage. It Is very easily prepared, ami ii the
plain uireciious are luiiuivm, u nuiamsts ikuuu. r.vr) iiieiuuvr ui uir tuiui, iiuui ure
babv to the grandfather, can enjoy HIRES ROOTBEER, ami every on of them wH have
betfer health for each swallow thev take. It improves the appetite, purities the Mood, ami
tones the whole system. Children especially delteht In HIRES ROOTBEER. It pruporH
tion Interests them, and its"u;e docs them go'od. In thouands of homes. "HIKES ROOT
BEER that mother made," will be among the happiest recollections of childhood.
BEWARE ! Uo not confound It with other Rootbeer preparations, as It b entirely un
like anything else of the kind. Beware of extracts advertised for making Rootbeer, as" tiny
are composed chiclly of coloring matter and oil to give them Kavor, whfch excite the nerve
and cause nausea.
Hires Improved Rootbeer packages makes realtv the most harmless of our fasbionaWe
drinks, yet nourishing and strengthening the blood. It cleanses tbesysten of Whs poiuus
humors'that develop in kidney and urinary diseases, and in fact, in. any cas that arises from
an impure state of the blood.
Hires Improved Rootbeer is offered to the pnblie with full confidence of Its merits. It
contains no poisonous or injurious properties whatever, and an infant may take It with' pr,
BENSON, SMITH ,fc CO.
LEWIS & CO
Honolulu. Oct.2t5. tf.-dly.
P 0. Box 4S0.
Kauai is matrmouial inclined
. . L
at present. A certain promiuem
crantloman has engaged himself
In the matter" of the Estate of to wake a second -matrimonii
Narcisse PERRY, late of Hono- ventuRJ and a bride leaves for the
lulu, deceased, intestate. sw1n Tsland to "O into psrtner-
On Reading and Filing the Peti- bettflr and worse with a
r rn.mvr Ppimr. widow ol &UiH . . 4;i
dtatoTttat Kun popular nnd .
Primv lnffl nf Honolulu. died in- man.
testate at Bravo Cap. de erde
Islands, on the 22nd da' of bept
emher A. D, 1891. and praying
that Letters of Administration
It is ordered that Friday the
18th day of January, A. D. lbJo,
at 10 o'clock a. m., be and here
is appointed for hearing said l eu
tion, in the Court Room of Ibis
Court, at Honolulu, at woich time
and place ail persons concerned
may appear and show cause il anj
they 'have, why said Petition
should not be granted.
Datpd Honolulu, Dec. Sth, A. !
By the Court,
- Geobge Lucas,
fpi, ifnllowinc telegram
reached Hiroshima irom
iTarshal Count Yamagata: Dur-
.. . .nQmnnt which tOOk
plfce in the neighbonrhooa of
Chu-Hen-cheng. 1 officer and o2
Zn were killed, while 3 ofheers
and 10S men were wounded. Al
though the total loss on the side
of the Chinese is not ye known.
459 dead bodies have been al-
AV buried bv the Japanese.
XTtel, ds that up
Hie saw 74 field pieces, 4
to the present 74 JJ P
machine guns, -
n of rtttlished
cartridges. ""5 fo of u0
hands of the Jap-
The British Army.
Since the last retruus for 1894,
says a London paper, when tho
effective strength of tho British
Army of all arms stood at 27-
279, they havo been increased
materially by large accessions to
tho ranks, from all parts of tho
United Kingdom, o-pccially the
great recruiting depots in Eng
land Loudon, Kingston-on-Thames,
HounslQW, for tho me
tropolis, and various others in j
Euglaud, Scotland, and Wales.
Altogether soma 50.000 men havo
been added to the ranks to meetthe
losses by retirement into the re
serve and other causes. The un
usual application to fill vacancies j
is, the continuous dimcuity ot
finding adequate employment in
overstocked trades, and other
causes not far to seek. The dis
tribution at the last return show
ed 1,316 sabres of Household
Calvary, 18.3SS of the line, 3.7S1
Horse Artillery. 14,303 Field Ar
tillerv, 1,293 Mountain Artillery,
aud 7,312 Garrison artillery. The I
brigade of Foot Guards, with
whom London, and latterly Dub
lin, are familiar make up with
their eight battalions over 6,000;
the Roval Engineers, 7,439; In
fantry of the Line. 140,000; Col
onial Corp?, 5,000; Army Service
Corps, 3,600; Ordnance Store
Corps, 900; Corps of Armourers,
350; and Medical Staff Corps,
2,600. November of last year
produced the greatest influx to
the ranks during tho last ten
VM Enclandand Wales claims
J - ? iwn J t
72 600, Scotland near ,wu, uu j
fruland. 2S.Wr Uoiome anu
Egypt, 37,000; and India, 75,000.
The Cheapest Place
on the Islands to
! Buy New & Second-Hand
Ar i -1- rKUrKlMUK. ni
Mntnai ivieohoue 23S- Bell Telephone 132. auc 22 nf
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(In K(j .IMPORTERS AND DEALERS Rt
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New Goods Rec'd
H T.l.i I it. Tt-t pi-i-- .1 -r -'
Freh California Produce by every steamer.
All ordtra faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to;i
aay part of the city FREE OF CHARGE.
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