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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO. '
ifaclc stand : Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 035.
TUESDAY, NOV. 20, 1888.
Sehr Luka fiom Hawaii
S S Australia for San Francisco at noon
Stinr W Q Hall for Lnbnlun, Maaluea,
IConn, Kai and tho Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Stinr Miknhala for Kauai at 5 p m
StmrLchua for Maul Uawatl at 1 p in
Stinr Wulalealo for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr .las Alnkoo for ICapaa at 5 p m
11 B M S Swiftsuru. for Ac.ipulco
HUMS Coiiuoiatit for a cuilbo
Sola Lavlnla for Kwn
Sclir Hawaiian! for Koolau
For San Francisco, per S S Austialla,
Nov 20 A. Jncger anil wife, D Gcilcc,
Miss Hughes, 12 A Donlcke, S 11 Wil
son, Mrs E F Cainei on, A Young, Jr,
A S W llcox, J T Ai uiitlel, Olto Isenbcrg
mid daughter. A St ranch, .1 Tucker, B F
Wight, J Louisson, C.ipt A. A. Tuttlc,
Capt G E Wlo, J A Inihich, F II Aus
tin and wife, Miss E E Capper, V II
Graenhalgh, M. Ilyinan and child, 11
Bishop, W Nelll, li Chase, J Schlaton,
Jas Wilson, G Colin, AKoodc, J Mllcr
rlng, It H Glhbs, II L P Frascr, B
Mylett and 22 others.
For Molokal, per stmr Mokolll, Nov
19 Dr Swift and 20 lepers.
For Lahaina and Hamakua, per stmr
Iwahmi, Nov 10 Paul Neumann, Col
V V Asbford, Mr Mnugeisnn and wife,
Mr Ualstcad, 2 Japanese Doctois, and
about CO deck passengers Including 03
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Like
like, Nov 10 0 N Spencer, It F Engle,
wife and 2 children, I M Itooncy and
wife. Miss McSliane, Mrs Clarke, Miss
Olarko, Miss Anderson, J W Covllle,
and about 400 deck pnsscngcis includ
ing 382 Japanese immigrants.
Tho S S Australia took for San Fian
cisco this noon, 7,481 bags of sugar,
3,207 bags of lice, 3,-38 bunches of Ta
nanas, 10 bags of coffee, 015 belles giccn
hides, 250 dry hides, 1 bale kip skins,
15 bales of goat skln, 1 bales of sheep
skins, 8 bxs fruits, 20 bbls tallow, 10
bags of ox tails, I bear and 1 bag of
silver coin (1,800). .Value of domes
tic produce 8u,331,2J.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
canaries aio ndvciti&cd
A furnibhki) mansion is to let or
Twenty lopers weie sent to Molo
kai last evening.
Interesting matter will bo found
on the fouitli page.
Mn. John T. Arundel left on the
Australia for England.
Tin: stores in town aie beginning,
to present a holiday appearance.
Mn. J. P. Morgan at his land sales
yesterday, realized a total amount of
During, the nbsenco of Hon. A.
Jaeger at the Coast, E. Tietjens will
attend to his business.
The Post Oflice despatched by tho
Australia this noon 5,018 lettcis and
1,407 packages of papers.
All musicians should attend Ma
dame Jaffa's piano recital at tho Y.
M. C. A. hall this evening.
Ciias. Philip's sarsaparilla and
iron water was sampled this morn
ing and pronounced very good.
Tun Honolulu Social Club danco
postponed from last week, will bo
held next Thursday evening.
Mn. K. W. Keaweamahi, has been
appointed Pilot for tho Port and Col
lection District of Hilo, Hawaii.
A most important now advertise
ment appears in this issue gives a
list of new goods received at the
"Arcade." Kead it.
On Piiday next tho 23d,
Georgo C. Beckloy of tho
completes twoiity-llvo yearn
faring life. Georgo
looks good for
II. B. M. Flagship Swiftsuro and
tho Cormorant both sailed out of the
harbor this morning, tho former on
route to Acnpulco. Tho Cormorant
will return in ton days.
The steamer Iwalani took to Ha
makua, yesterday, 05 Japanese immi
grants,' tho Likoliko to other places
on Hawaii, 379, and tho Kdauea
Hon, 24!), making a total of 093.
Moro will be sent to Kauai this oven
ing. W. H. Gkaenhaloh was among
tho paBbcngcis leaving on tho Aus
tralia. Yesterday tho King granted
him letters patent of denization, and
it is understood Mr, Graenhalgh ib
going to Loudon to try and form a
syndicato for tho cultivation of cof
fee, Tickets can bo procured
row morning at tho ofHco of
J. Levey, for the matineo
Opera House ii tho afternoon, This
opportunity of procuring tickets be
forehand is given to prevent crowd
ing at tho ticket olllco in the after
noon. EVENTS TO-MORROW.
Grand matinee performance at
the Hawaiian Qpera House by the
Sibon Troupe, at 2 ;80 o'clock p.m.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Piano lecital by Madame Jaffa at
Y. M. C. A. hall at 8 o'clock.
Special performance at the Ha
waiian Opera House at 8 o'clock,
"by the Silbon Troupo.
Drill Co. U Honolulu Miles, at
Excelsior Lodgo No. 1 I. 0. 0.
P., at 7:30.
m i .i. i.r.vuv.
At 12 o'clock noon the two-story
coral and frame cottage corner of
Hotel and Alakca streets. At the
same time in front of sales room,
horses, carriages and harness.
by j. v. MOnOAN.
At 10 o'clock at the store of T.
II. Davies & Co., credit sale of a
largo and vaiied assortment of mer
chandise THE PIANO RECITAL.
All lovers of good music should
bear in mind that Madame Jaffa
gives her piano recital this evening
at the Y. M. C. A. ball, commencing
at 8 o'clock. She will be assisted
by Mrs. John II. Pat' whoso sing
ing it is always a pleasure to hear.
Tickets aro for sale at all the book
stores. THE DUDOIT HOUSE.
'The Dudoit House" is an appel
lation familiar to most people in this
town. But it sometimes misleads,
on account of being applied to two
different houses, which have no con
nection with each other. Theie is a
cottage on tho Hawaiian Hotel
grounds, fronting on Berctania
street, known as the Old Dudoit
House, but by "the Dudoit House"
is usually meant the private hotel
kept by Mrs. Dudoit, It is situate
on King stroet, and was formerly
the residence of Hon. C. It. Bishop.
The marriage of Mr. Thos. Mc
Tighe, night clerk at the Hawaiian
Hotel, to Miss Alice S. Payne of
Cork, Ireland, took place last even
ing at St. Andrew's Cathedral, the
ceremony being performed by the
Iiuv. George Wallace, assisted by
Rev. H. IT. Gowen. Quite a laige
number of fiicnds were in the bod'
of the Cathedral to wtnes? the
ceremony. Miss Lindsay was
bridesmaid and Mr. 1'. Lucas out
dated as best man. Mr. Thos.
Lindsay gave tho bride an ay. bhc
was attired in a very pretty costume
of white silk, with veil and orange
blossoms As the bridal party left
the church Mendelssohns Wedding
Match was played on the organ.
A icception was held at the old
Dudoit house, on Berctania street,
and was a very enjoyable aifair. A
most tastefully decoiatcd and abun
dantly supplied table greeted the
eyes of numerous and well wishing
friends. Several toasts were pro
posed and responded to and the zest
and good cheer that prevailed
throughout this very enjoyable even
ing was surely of a kind which will
give "Tom" and his bride a guaran
tee that sincere friendship for both
is not lacking. Eventually the tables
were cleared away and dancing
commenced and "was kept up until
an early hour this morning. The
Hawaiian Quintette Club sang
several vocal selections during the
A SUDDEN DEATH.
A man named Kippen, a Scotch
man by birth, died in an upper room
of tho Merchants' Exchange saloon,
last evening. It appears Kippen
went to the saloon during the day,
and asked for a place to rest, as ho
was feeling ill. lie was accordingly
taken upstairs. Information of the
man being there in a sick condition
was conveyed to the Police Station.
An ofllcer at once made investiga
tion, and procured medical aid. The
man was then in a dying condition.
He expired at a littlo past seven
o'clock in the evening.
Kippen came hero from San Fran
cisco a few months ago, during the
time that quarantine was operative
against vessels from that port. On
being freed from quarantine ho ap
plied at the Bulletin Olllce for em
ployment as a shorthand reporter.
He then stated that he had only
been a short timo in San Francisco,
and that formerly he lived in Syd
ney, Austialia, where ho did short
hand reporting for newspapers. Ho
procured temporary employment in
tho Jaw oflice of Mr. Kinncj', during
tho session of the Legislature, after
which he went to one of the other
islands. Ho did some active ser
vice in connection with the Anti
A few days ago Kippen leturned
to Honolulu, looking vcrj' sickly and
complaining of being ill. Ho told
an acquaintance that ho had been
shot through tho body in soino Afri
can war, from tho effect of which he
was suffering, and that ho was going
back to Sydney to die. He pur
chased an aloha ring during yester
day forenoon at tho jewelry shop of
Mr. Lindsay, which he intimated
was for some rclativo or friend.
An autopsy held this morning by
Dr. C. T. Rogers showed that tho
deceased had been suffering from
cluouic bronchitis, mid that there
were extensivo pleuritic adhesions
on both sides, particularly on the
right, Tho muscular tissue of tho
heart was flabby, aud there was
some diseaso of the valves. In tho
doctor's opinion the above described
condition was etiflloieut to cause
OlSAND DAM. GIVEN BV THE KINO TO
the nntTisii admiral.
Last evening His Majesty gavo n
grand ball at lolani Palnco'in honor
of Pear-Admiral Algernon C. F.
llcncago of II. B. M.'s flagship
Swiftsurc. Tho inteiior of the
Palace was magnificently decorated
for the occasion. Tho grand .hall
way was one mass of choice potted
palms and feins, and large bouquets
of llowcrs weio to bo seen on all
sides, scattering their fragrance
through the building. The tluonc
room where the reception was held
was a sccno of dazzling brilliancy,
lighted as it was by hundreds of in
candescent lights from handsome
crystal chandeliers. On one side
were two immense lloral devices of
tho choicest flowers, principally
roses, representing Diamond Head
aud Pound Top. These attracted
much attention. On tho dais on
either side were stationed kahili
bearers. Tho blue room was also
very tastily decorated with ilowors
and potted plants. The large din
ing hall presented a very beautiful
appearance. On tho immense side
board were choice plants and flow
ers, while on the opposite side of
the room was displayed a large
number of His Majesty's Jubilee
presents. During the reception tho
Royal Hawaiian Baud, stationed on
tho front verandah, played appro
priate selections. When dancing
commenced the Band was divided,
the string orchestra playing on the
front verandah for dancing, while
the other part of the Band occupied
a position on tho vciandah on the
Waikiki side of the Palace and
played between tho dances. The
verandahs weie lit up by numerous
colored electric lights. Some of
the toilets worn by tho ladies were
extremely handsome, and in contrast
with the full evening dress worn by
the gentlemen and the uniforms of
the oflicers from the diffcient war
ships, presented a very gay scene.
Quite a number of gentlemen wore
The invited guests were received
at the main cntiance by Majors J.
D. Holt and II. P. Bertelman and
conducted to the dressing rooms.
Admiral Ileneage and his staff ar
rived about 9 o'clock in the State
caniagc the Band playing "God
Save the Queen." A detachment
of the Royal Household Guards
were on duty in front of the .Palace
as a guard of honor.
Shortly after nine o'clock Their
Majesties the King and Queen en
tered the tin one room, the band
playing the Hawaiian National An
them. His Majesty was attiied in
evening diess and wore tiie sash of.
a British older and several decora
tions. Her Majesty appeared in her
magnificent peacock robe which she
wore at Queen Victoria's jubilee,
and had on several decorations.
Their Majesties btood just below the
diis, with the guest of the evening,
Admiial Ileneage, and the olllcers
of his htaff on the light. On the
left were II. R. II. Piincess Lilitio
kalani, lion. A. S. Cleghorn, II. II.
Prince Kawananakna aud II. II.
Prince Kalanianaole. Mrs. J. W.
Robertson, 'wife of the Vice-Chamberlain,
was maid of honor in at
tendance upon the Queen.
Immediately after the reception
dancing' commenced. The pro
gramme, a work of art in it
self, contained fourteen dances.
The lancets oponed the ball and the
royal set was composed of His Maj
esty and Mrs. J. II. Wodchouse,
Admiral Ileneage and Mrs. G. W.
Merrill, Prince Kawananakoa and
Mrs. Captain Graham, Piince Ka
lanianaole aud Mrs. J. V. Robert
son. The scene in the throne' room
during the dancing was a brilliant
Shortly before midnight an ele
gant supper was served in tho spa
cious dining hall, to which everyone
present did ample justice. On the
mauka veranda was a special room
for Admiral Ileneage, draped with
British and Hawaiian flags.
Tho whole of the arrangements
for the evening were in tho hands
of the Vice-Chamberlain, Mr. J. W.
Robertson, and reflect tho highest
credit on that gentleman, as nothing
had been left undone for the com
fort of the invited guests. Adju
tant Kaiaraa was also very attentive
to those present during the evening.
Tho ball wns a most brilliant affair
Among those present were: His
Kx Jonn. Austin, Miss Austin, His
Ex. C. W. Ashford, Capt. Acland
R. N., C. Afong, Miss Afong, Miss
Afong, Mrs. A. T. Atkinson, Miss
Atkinson, C. Alee, W. II. Aldrich,
Capt. and Olllcers of the U. S. S.
Alert, Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Austin,
G. II. Arnold.
Mons. L. Bellaguct, G. C. Beck
ley, Cecil Brown, Col. J. II. and
Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Malcolm Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. F. Brown, Godfrey
Brown, E. P. Bishop, C. O. Bergcr,
Misses Brown, Miss Barnard, Major
Bertelmann, Mr. and Mrs. G. E.
Boardman, Mr. and Mrs. C. Bolto,
W. II. Baird, II. Bishop jr.
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Misa Cleg
horn, Hon. John A. Cummins, Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Cartwright jr, T.
P. Cummins, C, E. Covilje, A. R.
Clarke, C. C. Coleman, Miss Coney,
Capt. and Ollcers of II. B. M. S.
Mr, Justice and Mrs. Dole, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Denig, Miss Dora
Dowsett, Miss Mary Dowbett, E.
Dowsctt, Mrs. Dudoit, Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. DowBctt, Mrs. A. Dudoit,
Miss Deichmann, Colonel E. A,
Deuicko, Miss Dudoit, Miss Derby.
Hon. John Enn.
Captain and Mrs. A. Fuller, Miss
Puller, Mis3 Fiucklcr, II. Pocke,
Wm. Foster, Miss Fitzimmons, Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. Faulkner.
Mr. and Mrs. "W. M. Giffard, Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Gunu, Miss Nina
Green, W. M. Graham, Mr. and
Mrs. N. E. Gcdge, Goo Kim, Mr.
and Mis. W. II. Graenhalgh, Cap
tain and Mrs. J. D. Graham.
Mr. ano Mrs. F. P. Hastings,
Miss Humphreys, Mrs. Ilasslngcr,
Capt. II. C. Hotidlelte, Miss Has
singcr, Mrs. Ilaalclca, Miss von
Holt, Major J. D. Holt, Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Hackfcld, W. T. C. Has
son. Col. and Mrs. C. P. Iaukea, J.
Miss P. Judd, Mr. and Mrs. E.
A. Jones, C. II. Judd, Jr.
Lieut, and Mrs.-Kuapp, W. C.
King, C. A. E. King, E. A. Kiel.
Miss Louisson, A. Louisson, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Livingstone, Miss Low,
W. Lanz, Misses Ladd, Mr. and
Mrs. R. W. Laiue, Daniel Logan, E.
Mr. Justice McCully, Ilia Ex. G.
W. and Mrs. Merrill, E. O. Macfar
Ianc, Mrs. A. Mackintosh, MlssMc
Intyrc, Miss Rose Makce, F. Mcln
tyre, J. M. Monsarrat, Capt. H. W.
Mist, R. N., Dr. J. S. McGrew, S.
A. Monsariat. Miss Ida Mcrscberg,
Mrs. Lieut. Moore, Miss F. Mark
ham, Miss Edith Mist.
Mrs. P. Neumann, G. O. Nakay
ama, W. Ncill.
Hon. J. II. Putnam, Miss Put
nam, Hon. and Mrs. S. Parker, H.
Mis3 Mabel Rhodes, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Robertson.
Admiral Hcneago and olllcers II.
B. M. S. Swiftsure, F. A. Schaefer,
Marshal J. II. Soper, Mr. and Mrs.
F. M. Swanzy, Mr. and Mrs. GW.
Smith, Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Strong,
G. E. Smithies, E. Stiles, E. Suhr,
II. II. Simpson, Prof, and Mrs. M.
M. Scott, T. M. Starkey, T. C.
Mrs. Twccdio, Wray Taylor, G.
II. Twcedie, A. C. Thome.
Major J. 11. and Mrs. "Wodehouse,
Miss Wodehouse, Mr. and Mrs. T.
R. Walker, J. N. S. Williams, W.
II. Wright, Mrs. J. S. Walker,
Misses AValkcr, Miss Leta Wilder,
J. II. Wodehouse, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. F. V, inter, Mrs. Widdcficld,
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. White, Mr. and
Mrs. O. B. Wilson, Miss Winter, PL
P. Wi ight.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
ui.i om: 1'itLsroN, J.
MoNiUi, Nov. 19 tli.
In the matter of tho estate of La
pana (k) of Waia, Kwa, Oahu, de
ceased. Petition of Cecil Brawn,
Administrator, for allowance of ac
counts, discharge and final order of
distribution. Ordered that petition
be granted, administrator discharg
ed, and that Melani and Kalei are
entitled to deceased's property. C.
Brown for petitioner; S K. Kaeo
for Kalei, first cousin of deceased,
Melani, widow of deceased.
In the matter of the bankruptcy
of P. Mclnerny, of Honolulu,
Oahu. Voluntary petition for adju
dication of bankruptcy. The Court
adjudges him a bankrupt and ap
points Dec. 12, 1888, for proof of
claims and election of assignee. C.
Brown for petitioner; Petitioner in
In the matter of the estate of J.
II. Coney, Honolulu, Oahu, deceas
ed. Petition of Mrs. L. A. Coney,
widow of deceased, to authorize the
Trustee to pay the further sum of
8750.75 for the education of Wm.
II. Coney, youngest son of deceas
ed, now at State University at Co
lumbus, Ohio. The Court orders
the petition granted. C. Brown for
petitioner; Petitioner in pci son; A.
J. Cartwright, Trustee of Estate.
In the matter of the estate of Ka
pihe (w) of Honolulu, Oahu, de
ceased. Petition of John Rich for
probato of tho will of deceased.
Ordered that W. O. Smith be ap
pointed administrator with the will
annexed under $300 bond and that
ho bo appointed guardian of the
property of tho 4 children, under
$500 bond. W. O. Smith for peti
tioner ; Petitioner and his four chil
dren, grandchildren of deceased.
IlEFOIli: MC'CULI-T J.
Tuksday, Nov. 20th.
In the matter of the estate of
Mary Lucy Pornandcz of Honolulu,
Oahu. deceased. Petition of Ro
mano P. O'Sullivan of Honolulu for
probato of will of deceased, that she
be appointed administratrix, etc.
Ordered that petition is granted,
that will is udmittcd to probato, nnd
that letters of administration with the
will annexed be issued to Maria II.
P. O'Sullivan without bond. C. L.
Carter for petitioner; Petitioner in
In the matter of the guardianship
of Lucy, Lot and Esther, minor
children of Itosario Fernandez, do
ceased. Potition of Maria Romana
Pernandcz O'Sullivan, guardian of
the persons only of said minors, that
she alto bo appointed guardian of
their proporty, and tliat tho adminis
trators of tho estate of S. G. Wilder,
deceased, former guardian of tho
property of tho minors bo ordered
to file nu account from January 4,
1884. Oulcrcd that tho petition be
gi tinted, that Maria Romana Fer
nandez O'Sullivan bo appointed
guardian of tho property also of Lot
Fernandez, the sole surviving child
of the union, under $750 bond, and
that the administrators abovo men
tioned file account by Thursday
next, tho 22d Inst. O, L.Carter
for petitioner; Petitioner and Lot
Fernandez; A. F. Judd C. J., and
W. C. Wilder, administrators of
S. G. "Wilder, deceased.
Tuesday, Nov. 20th.
Two drunks forfeited 80 each.
James L. Stephens for assault
and battery on Hiram was fined 82
with S3.C0 costs.
E. Machado fordisorderlyconduct
was reprimanded and discharged.
. ' LL'Jiiui-1 m." 11 i i
Netictt under thli head art chtrgti 10 centi
per the fir it interthn, and t centl ptr lint
every addttlcntl insertion.
RTAJTS BOAT BOTLDrNQ
SHOP. Kear of Lucas' Mill.
Pair Young Mares,
well. broken to har
ness, before the 20th of
this month, must no good
sizo Apply to O. HAMMER,
101 3t Cor. lint nets Store.
BY the Trustee of the Estate of Juo
Boardman, deceased, 12 Shares of
Block in llawailnn Agricultural Com.
pany, 9 shares in Wildcr'a 8. S. Co. and
1 Building Lot at Kahulul, on which a
rental of $400 por annum is received.
G. E. BOARDMAN,
101 Iw Trustee.
ANEW Cottago of 3 Largo
Rooms nnd Kitchen, pa.
pared and painted, and situ
atcd man Uft of Punchbowl street over,
looking tho head of Emma street. This
building is placed on leasehold land
tho lease having Bcvcrnl years to run.
Will bo sold cheap for cah. Apply to
101 lw J. E. BROWN & CO.
rpiIIS is lo icrtlfy that tko Lirge and
X Commodious Dining ltooma of tho
Will be shortly extensively altered,
whereby greater convenience and com
fort will he afforded to patrons, while
the tables will be supplied with every
luxury obtainable at the market, to
gether with Uio very best of Teas and
Collce. Hf'Terms, $5 per week.
88 2w Propr'elor.
Every thinK MUST
SOLD LESS -THEN COST!
To make room for tho
Ever imported into this King
dom, personally selected by
Mr. Chns. J. Pishol.
People's Own Price
As the Storo is overstocked with
VST COME ONE I
Por the P.AKOA1NH at
CHAS. J. FISHSL.
Cornor ol Fort & Hotel Street.
TflR PRINTING ot all klndi exe.
1 V cuted at the Daily Buuktin Ofilce.
G.J & 65 FOKT STREET.
Wew Goods ! 22o-
Tho ladies are invited to inspect our
SKW STOCK of OltY GOODS & FANCV 001IS
Received by last steamer and peiHonally selected by Mr. S. Ehrlich. Tl o
slock comprises many no cities in every department.
Prices are Pcd Rock. A largo assortment of .
Dres GJ-oocls iix all J"ev Shades !
Embroideries, Laces &. Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Tricot k Ladies' Cloth, olo.
Largo Assort, in Dress Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & ChoTiot .
JSo-w INoveltioH lu CnilicH' JBorllu Ska-vrlM I
Ladies' Casscmcro Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hosiery, Corsets &. Underwaro at low priot i
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets !
Wo call particular attention to our Shoe Department.
A Full Kiinc of LudicH' French Kid Button fcJhocm
A Full Line of Gont'a Mliocc,
Children' French Kid Shoes at Bed Jtoclc Prlocj.
In all Widths, Colors & Shades. Great Bargains in
and Children's Clothing
Gent's Bathing Suits at $1.G0 a Suit.
G3 & 65 Forfc Street.
-B THE -
EGAW Sc COMPANY.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OP
Fancy Iroofls SuitaWe for tlie Holiday Seasm
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Volvets, Surahs,
Laco CurtuliiH. Htaiivpecl 'XMcLlcs, Bhoo Iiaffii, OEto.
Full Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, 1 tc.
We call particular attention to our fine selection in
Mom-Mae ClotMi lor
Purnishing Goods, Trunks,
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
I 0. Wi'nnnn) Hnnn flhnn
k mm Duuii), Mi)
Call on us before
CST Mrs. . C. Howe's beautiful work
For Sale, Tahiti Bamboo
TfOU Hat Making. Ifarly application
MJ lw J
E. BIIOWN & CO.
NEAT CotUiKO of Font
Rooms, Bath-room in
tho House, and Ont-houscs,
near the Mormons Church, now occu
pied by Mr. Vogcl. Apply to Mr.
Vogel, at Hoffschl.iegcr & Uo.'s. 97 tf
TN a nice
grounds, two suites of Fur
nished lloums, with bath and dress
ing 100DI8, suitable for housekeeping,
nnd if wanted an adilltlouul room cau
be added to either. Also, a Cottage,
with bath, stable and carriage room.
Address P. O. Box 500. 77 lm
HOUSE to LET.
TIIE House nnd Premises
lutely occupied by W. S.
Luce, Kmj., situatu on Union
street aud Adams I.nne. Tho House
contains purlor, hedrooms, 2 dressing.
roomB, hallway, dining room, puntry and
kitchen. There is nlso a L'o'.tuge In the
grounds with U room", stable, carriage,
houbo and burvunt's rorni, The place is
In perfect order. I'essetsion giren at
onco, Apply lo
J. M. MONSAPUAT,
87 tf Ho. 27 Merchant street.
rNauswer to several cnquliies con-
JL corning AVhnlo Boat Frames, wo
havo now in course of construction,
: Whale Boat Fiames 74 feet by 'i'i feet
long, Tlieso frames are bcut lu one
piece ot auk, and held to shape, thus
requiring littlo tact to set them up and
build. The full frame for such boatu,
including cants, 45 sections hi number,
In bold at Q'.'S; with large stems on keel,
nml ready to plunk $40. Thoy aro not
Intended to be clinker built, nor us the
frail Imported whalo boats proper, but
are Intended for lough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for llshlug nnd
trading purposes. We havo exported
thcfce frames ami intend doing no, and
make this offer to amateuis aud others
desirous of trying their hand, with
plenty of leisure aud binull cash to make
abusluess. Will bend fiatnca to any
given model from 5 to 25 tons. Also ou
hand fur sale Surf and Pleasure Boats.
.Stems, Knees and Timbers, Mutual
Telephone Mo 325.
DOWEIJ & SON.
70 tf Boat Builders.
-oacs New Goods !
GOOS"a K2-NEW GOODS
Goats, Youths & Glim !
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc.,
0 niinnnnn 0 fln
ft iMium a mm
in Point Laces on exhibition here
17 - 88
PONY FOR SALE.
SUITABLE for a
child. Now re
versible child's so Idlo
with bridle. All om-
Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Sta.des.
LOT FOR SALE
ON King street, opp site
Mr. Athcrton's. 12 is a
frontage of 93 feet bj 281
feet deep. Apply to
731m JOHN BOVTLUR.
ELECTION of OFFICE CS.
AT the annual meeting of the Hu.
muula Sheep Btution Co. held this
day, tho following oflicers were eh Jtcd
for tho ensuing year:
August Haneberg Preside it,
Ed. Buhr 1
( Tmu ir,
Armln Haneherg Audit r,
Manager of lYaikal n,
Armln Ilanebere; !
lUnagcrof Ktlelr nv.
Honolulu, Nov. 18, 1888. 1 7 lw
California Land AssociatLn.
TIIK undersigned hate been appt nted
agents at Honolulu for tho i hove
syndicate, and havo been furnished with
plans and lists of California Lan a for
sale. Intending purchasers of Lai is in
California can obtain tho ncccssa y in.
formation at the olllce of
J. E. BROWN & CO ,
nov-H 28 Merchant sti et.
Tax Collector's Notice.
1"? OK tho accomodation of Tax-p vyers
? In this district who cannot con
entently call at tho Collector's )flleo
during business hours, tho ofllc will
bo open for tho receipt of Taxes (I i ad
dition to tho usual hours durln - tho
daj',) from 7 to U o'clock in the eve
ning, from tho 10th Inst., toDu. lBt
1838, both dates Included.
Any Tax-payer In this dletric who
will leave hU uamo and address a tho
Collectors Olllce, intimating tin t ho
desires to pay his taxes, will recel 'e bis
tax receipt by messenger, as early
thereafter as possible, to whom I 3 cau
give tho amount, thereby avoldh the
annoyance of delay at the Tax Of ce in
waiting for the regular turn.
O JA8. T. GULIOK,
Tax Collector, Honolulu, Oi hu.