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'MONDAY, NOV. 13, 188-'.
THIS DAY'S DOINGS.
Ilnrmony Lodge, I.O.O.F.. 7:00.
Anatolia Lodge, T.O.O.T., 7:00.
G.A.lt.,K. of P. Hall, 7:30.
the Home of santa claus.
On Kutimlny inorniiig Mr. Thrum's
Fort Street Stoic wns lc-opcned as
ndveitised to display llio Cliribltuns
novelties illicit Mr. Thrum had
ordeied on liia recent visit to tho
The. first thing noliccnblc was a
beautifully decorated sign painted
by Mr. G. C. Slraleineycr, giving a
portrait of our old friend Santa
Claus as a liussiau peasant, and
conveying the information that this
was tho head-quarters of Santa
The inauku window was lilted with
a tastefully ariangcd sample of the
oiuv.iv insult giiiij-iM.-i.uimvii uuuivcj,
cards, boxes, &e., distributed in
joybus profusion waked the appe
tite of the passer-by. The tnakai
window w'sis devoted to att statues,
fiamcs, pictuics fdled the small
space, and seemed to overllow in all
diieetions. Central in this window
was the beautiful coloied picture
Ou entering the shop appeared to
have no place to plant the foot,
everything becmed to be ciowded
with beautiful ohjets de vcrltt.
Tables were loaded with a profusion
of toys, books, statuary and bronzes.
The Hi si thing Ave noticed was the
elegant display of work baskets and
uicknacks in leather, plush, wood
&c. in a show-case opposite the
door. Our special fancy in this
line was a neat olivcwood glove and
woik-bo.v, aitistically curved and
opening by a neat mechanical con
tiivancc. Then we passed on to the tables,
slopping not longer than to cursorily
glance over tho piles of to3's" dolls,
some of which wcie in neat little
boxes accompanied by a full ward
robe, velocipedes, paint boxes, tea
and dinner sets, kaleidoscopes,
btcrcoscopcs and engravings. Finally
we came to the object of our search
And we were well 1 awarded for
our lioublcs for hcic were hundicds
and bundieds of books in all styles
of litcratuio and vaiicd methods of
binding, books in cloth, book in
boxes, books in libiaiies, in fact
books cvciy way you wanted them.
"Wo have taken 11 few notes of
what wc saw in the book line as
specially woilhy tho attention of our
icadeiB which wc present in the
rough f 01 m wc noted them down :
Children's libraries in ash cases,
Cosy corner seiies, The Little Sun
shine seiies, with many other boxes
of books, will biing joy to the family
they aic taken into.
Two finely illustrated gift books
for tho drawing room table aic,
"Washington nnd The Gicat Painters
of Chiistcndom. What marvels of
binding, cngiaving and lcttcr-piess
aie pioduced in these days. Next
w c came across a beautiful case as a
present for n devout friend. The De
vout Clnssieb. Then the llcntiicc
Uirthday book designed last year by
II. H. II. Piinccss Beatrice of
England, which has been pioduced
in all uly royal stylo from its bind
ing in vellum cloth and gold to tho
artistic colored paintings, which
adorn its contents.
Lucille, by Owen Meredith, is a
truly gorgeous setting a splendid
poem. Ticc-calf binding, steel en
graving, apd tho cuiniingest little
wood cuts scattered through tho
letler-picss, make this a veritable
edition de luxe.
Transput cut photographs on glass
next caught our attention. Then
11 beautiful gift book, Indian Sum
mer. Autumn poems and sketches.
Science was icmcbontcd by an
elaborate disquisition ou tho Horse
in motion illustrated by Muybridgc's
photographs. Famous Pinks and
Gardeis of the world shows us
what KapiolauiPaik maybe in time.
Tile JMctlltemuiwu, Illustrated,
Oxfoul Bibles from Nelson & Sons,
Teachers' editions, some of them
with patent indexes which arc just
the thing to enable you to find any
place you want at a, moment's
notice. All these and more arc
ciowded into our mcmoiies.
Then wo looked at the collection
of Cluistmas cards which this year
arc marvels of ait of some of them
wc can say that they arc fit to be
the sole ornament of a room they
arc so divinely beautiful. Then tho
novelties in book binding wcic
bhown us, tho Christmas stocking,
Cluistmas bell, the Cross, each of
which is stamped out in the shape of
its name, and bcais poetical extracts
relative to tho season. The purple
and gold leaflets tied together with
a knot of purple libbou arc samples
of what icsthcticism has done for
books. Aldinc Autograph Albums,
photos of Ideal heads, devotional
books in limp hand painted covers,
lace patterns for borders of Christ
mas cauls, all mix themselves up
confusedly in our memory, but wc
must say Mr. Thrum has done n
gi cat deal for the education of the
country, by bringing into it such a
varied display of art and ait treas
ures for distribution amongst us.
Wo hope his enterprise will be amply
The schooners Jennie Walker and
General Scigcl will be hove down.
The Mokolii left yesterday morn
ing for Koolati. She will return on
The Likelikc yesterday brought
310 bag? of sugar.
LOCAL AND GENERAL ITEMS.
Mil. A. G. Kllis sold 5 shares of
Star Mills at $500 each on Satur
day. Ik you want to sec a duck pond
on the street, go to Queen street,
malcai of the Government Building.
It appears that thcro is no money
in the Treasury. Nobody can get
their bills paid.
A lot of new books have been re
ceived and placed in the Govern
ment Building Library.
Gin:i:x scum is on a pool in Fort
street, opposite the Library. Where
aic our street scrapers?
Wnv doesn't the Gcrmania Mar
ket make anj more bolognas? That's
what the people say. '
There arc only about 30 soldiers
lest in the Hawaiian Army. Tho
rest have quit soldering ami gone to
Wc bear that Mr. Lincoln is the
successful tenderer for the new Oahu
College building at 822,.r)0D.
TiirnsDAY is the attraction of all
minds. Knots of young men stand
at every corner and discuss the
Tin: File Dcpnitmcnt ought to
hurry up with getting those new .en
gines. Fiiday showed they were
Work has been pretty well stopped
on the Palace. No money to pay
wages and the Government arc re
fused credit by builders.
Mit. Thrum lias for sale a blotter,
which will be appreciated by busi
ness men. In addition to the usual
facilities it contains an alphabetical
list of words and names likely to .bo
mis-spelled. It is called " Dreka's
TitKi:-i'i.AXTix is going on in the
Makiki slopes. Several of the young
trees arc ahead' appearing above
ground- About 700 holes arc dug
every day, nnd in each several speeds
arc planted. They arc short of seeds
of Hawaiian forest trees, such as
koa. The last laborers' cottage was
finished on Satuuhry.
A Hiioi door was left bolted so tho
employees thought on Friday night,
but one of them wns waked by a
policeman, who told him the shop
door was open. It had been bolted
without seeing that, tho door was
clobed to. Nothing1 was 'missed,
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There will be a post mortem held
on a recent death, probably wo hear
tho body is to bo disititcricd to-day.
Wk have from time to time in
these columns urged upon tho at-'
tcntion of the police numerous cases,
of cruelty to animals. Why couldn't
n policeman bo stationed on the
wharves whoso special duty would be-
to superintend the loading of drays.
Just fancy one horse, having to pull
1000 feet of redwood or Nor' west,
whether tlic roads were muddy or
Oxi: thing much needed here is an
automatic electric circuit to give a
fire alarm simultaneously at all the
engine houses, police station, etc.,
the moment it is known at the Cen
tral OHIcc. It would not only save
much nnnoyance, but would, in the
end, save much valuable propeity
by giving tho alarm almost instan
taneously. Wi: hear that more than half the
patients in the Leper Hospital arc
incurable. Why, then, doesn't the
Board of Health recognize its res
ponsibility in tho matter, nnd have
them shifted to Molokai, where they
ought to bc While these lepers arc
left so near the town and others al
lowed to wander in the streets and
live amongst their friends the Board
morally responsible lor any
further spread df the disease.
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J66f Plain Sateens all colors, at
Chas. J. Fishcl's Leading ' Millinery'
827" Good unbleached cotton
11 yards, for only & 1.00, at Chas.
J. Fishcl's Leading Millinery House.
BSy4000 yards of Qunchco all wool
flannel, from octs. up, at Chas. J.
Fishcl's Leading Millnery House.
BSJVbite? open front shirts, at
Chas. J. Fishol's Leading Millinery
JBQTEx Zcalandia, Gents fine
Tweed Suits, at Chas. J. Fishcl's.
A few days ago a large limestone
rock was being blasted at Emporia,
Kansas, when a small cavity that had
been conpletely enclosed was opened,
in which was a little worm or larva;,
apparently bleached and lifeless. It
is now developing into a first-class
worm or butterfly, and is doing some
lively wiggling. The lock in which
the insect was found is from a Chase
County quarry, and the ledge was
live feet in thickness and about
twenty feet below the surface of the
ground. The insect is about one
half an inch long and ribbed across
the back, ws pure white when first
found, but is now assuming a brown
ish color, and there can bo no doubt
that tho enclosure was complete, and
that this is one of the most remarka
ble cases of suspended animation on
In a gambling saloon One of the
bystanders exclaims : "I' take back
one loiiis." The banker replies
severely: " Pardon, monsieur, but
you have not deposited anything."
"" Oil, then I'll take back what I
said." lie Fi(j(tro.
The moment a man is satisfied
with himself evcibyody else is dis
satisfied with him.
17(011 BALK, a MULE C A 11 T ,
? Apply to
10-' II. Hnekfelil & Co
Thanksgiving Turkeys !
A LOT OP PltlME YOUNG
Hear of No. 20 School Street.
Bliss Proscoii'H School
Por Girls and Boys,
(Fcrniimk'.'s new Cottntu), King street,
' IS NOW OPEN.
Acronunmlntion for a few boardlnjj pn
NOTICE All persons owing money,
lent, &c., to Her Highness Until
Kecllkoliuil aie Jicrehy lequested to
niiikc their payments to
21!) lm H. A. WIDEMANX.
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Crmede la Creme,
rriHE Ice Fncloilcn aie in full blast,
X and so aie
Elite Ice Oreara Parlors!
They arc Just ficclng, which Is
Wutt you want in this Weather
x and don't you forget it I
jl Ice Cream can bo had from 11 a. m.
. IU 11 II, III. Ill
Elite Ice Cicani Parlor,
177 " m Hotel street.
C.A.R. Attention I
TJ GEO. W. I)u LONG kPOST,
Apr1 ' 15, G. A. It. Meet at K. of
P. Hall, on
tMrt!Nov. liitn, nt 7:iHJ o'ciock: ""
lir Per order,
11. W. LAINE, 1'. U.
By P. TUBBELL, Ailj'l. 2fil2t
J. T. Waterh.ori.se ...
Has epeelally iiupoited a large tjuantlly
Suitable lor Presents
for lioth old and young.
Beautiful Pictures in sp!cndiJ gilt frames,
Gilt Ilmcket and lt-irk-",
Chlppi- id-tie 'WliiU.nott,
Won; Doxes and Ilaskcls,
I)tsk. DicshImj Cum'.x, lnkhtaud,
Glove and lliimlUercliief l)ocs,
Eook Slides, Satchel",
, Minors, Bronzes,
Chrbtmas Cards, wood nnd metal,
TOYS, DtlUMS, GUNS, SWORDS,
How and Arrows, 81 Ton Cannon,
Papier Mache Card Tiny,
Prom 5 cents to $25, dressed & undrcss'd
Doll's Tiousseaux and every requisite,
Comncndlums, Stnr Ilingolettc, (
' Triple UowllngUalancc Game, &c
'fTT'Evcrything will be found to please
the most laMidlnus 1 11 Mi', and no
stocking need go empty for
want of a present. '
No. 10 Fort Street.
One New Basket Phaoton,
Complete In every respect, with the very
241 lw O. WEST.
For Male, , ,
i A CORDS FIREWOOD, already r.ut
XJ and split for stoyc size. Price
low. Must be .old.
242 88 King street.
1 - 1 - 1 i 1 .
1TOR SALE, nt Cavcnngh's Agency,
? 88 King street:
1 Good 'Milch Cow, qalf at foot,
1 California Cow, superior breed.
1 Quiet. ,Saddlo Hor.-e trial, given
will cany a lady. ' 2;J1)
DURING my lemnoraiy absence from
this Island, Mr.(A. Gauti'ukuo
will act 'for me under a full Power of
240 CHAS. J. FISHEL. ,
DURING the temporary absence of
Mr. W. G. Irwin fioni this King,
doni, Mr. W. M. Uiw.um will attend to
the business of our house.
22(1 2m AVM. G. IRWIN & CO.
To the JiUdic !
ELEGANT FANCY "WORK
ror Tin: iiomuvys.
ORDERS taken and lessons given In
Chenille, Silks, and Crewel Em
broidery. Wnilc to be teen everyday
from 10 a. m. to 2 11. 111., at 181 Fort Strcc't
(next door to Dr. iliodlc). 242 Sim
A, 0. F. COURT LTJNALILO,
''piIE Offlccrs and Members of ,tlic
X above Lodge are heieby untitled to,
attend the nu.U Regular Meeting,
On Tuesday, Novembor 14th, 1802,
at 7:1)0 p. in.,
In tho Knights of Pythias Hall, as there
will bo business of great Importance.
Visiting lliethrcn arc coulially In
vlted to attend.
E. A. HART,
240 lw Chief Ranger.
Per Stmr Snez,"
114 Port Street.
I)I. Do FIIIES,
TTETERINARY S.URGEON, ml.
V deneo and Medical Room and
Stables, near tho coinur of Victoria ht.,
on Ueielania btrcet.
Cures all kinds of "Dumb Animals.
All Horses and Cnttlo perfectly cured
or no compensation asked.
My Diploma wns granted by tho "Ley.
den'1 University, at Holland,
CSETLeavo oiilcrs at J. E. WisemohV,
Ouice, Merclmut otrcet, or ut my.resl
.UVIH.V1 - muu nn
T I fit you want to ko tho '
1 Largest Stock of Leather
. In the Kingdom,
Uo (o lit tuccn Htreet.
If. you want to sco
Tho Boat Quality of1 Loather
In the Kingdom,
Mo to 4it 0.nccn Htreet.
If you want to
Buy Loather at tho LowoBt
Prices in the Kingdom,
'o lo 4a O.urcn Htreet.
If you want to Uuy tho '
Best Quality of Groceries
In the Kingdom, .-
tin to tli luron Htreet.
If you want
More for your Money
than you can buy elsewhere In
G-o to 42 Queen St.
M. W. McCHESNEY &SON.
1 230 tf .
' oJ3 THE -ac
lj 'fit 1 1 11 ."I . I'. .. !- ! .
Millinery & Fancy Articles
Received by every steamer.
Old Established Millinery Establishment,
103 Port strccU
FOR TIIK F1T1II.IO,,
OWNERS of Real Estate will lray,
11 ml It lo their advantage to plnro
their li6ucs nnd lauds In my rnro for
diMiosal.as I am tho only acknowledged
Real Estate Broker on the Island ,
' Agents nnd'Plnnters, and all other rm.
ployers of mechanics nnd laborers will
do well to notify me when vacancies oc
ciir. Leases, deeds, bonds, mortgages, nnd
all other legal paqcrs di awn in proper
Rooks and accounts kept,
Letters and Engrosshig done,
and general business ofllcc work of
every description attended to and always
on the most reasonable terms.
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
Omcc 37 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Telephone 172. P. O. Hox,'81o
"VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
1 all persons that at a meeting held
Oct. 21st, 1882, or Mib-cilbers to tho'
stock of the Onomea Sugar Co., It was
voted to accept a Chatter of Incotpora.
Hon granted to them and their associates
and successors, under the corporate name
and stylo of thu Onomea Sugar Co., on,
the 20th day of October, 1882, and that
tho corporation, under said Charter,
thereupon organized Itself and elected
the following named ofllceis of the
S L AUSTIN President
J AUSTIN Vice-President
P C JONES, Jn Secretary
OH ROSS Treasurer
JO CARTER Auditor
Notice Is further given that pursuant to
tho terms of said Charter, "No 8tock
holder shall Individually be liable for
the debts of the eoiporatlon beyond the
amount which shall be duo upon Inn
share or shares held or owned br him.
fell. P. C. JONES, Jit., Sco'y.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO,
all persons that at a meeting held
on tho 21st day Oct.. 1882, of subscribers
to the stock of the Paukaa Sugar Co., it
was voted to acecpta Charter of Incorno
ration granted to them and their asso
ciates and successors, under tho corporate
name and style of the Paukiia Sugar Cou
on tho 20th day of Oct., 1882, and tliA
tho eoiporatlon, under, said Charter, 1
thereupon organized itself and elected '
the following named offlccrs of the I
Company! ' ' '
J. Austin. J ., .President,
S. L. Austin v. Vice Piesldent,
P. O. Jonur, Jil...Buc'yfc Treasurer,.
J. O. 0.um:it 1 Auditor,
Notieo Is father given that pursuant, .
to the terms of said Charter, " No Stock,
holder shall individually bo llablo for
the debts of tho corporation beyond tho
amount which shall bu due unon the
share or shares held or owned br
JM T.O.Josi, Jn.Scc'y."
SWO PFpfoKiTTO LET, on the scq-
. oml floor of tho building Willed
-, J. W. RobwtsQH & Co lW