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HftHQLUj.U CAnniAQE. CO. , . .
Hack "stand :-Moi chant ami Fort
street. Telephones, U35.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21, 1888.
Nov 20- , i
Sell i lliilcakaUfiom l'epsekeo
Sinn- Widimituilo fi-oni Widmnnido"
Stmr Ku.ila ftom Wjilaliia nud alanao
Nov 21 " ,
Scur juauuqHjijviyfiiwn lyyijai l9 ,
Stmr Ewa for Ewa
Sehr Kaulihia for KamiL , ,
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0rtn0W.
Stmr Kaila lor Wafaimo mid Wnlalua at
0 a in
. - - - ' -
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Noy
20-C Knelling, wifonmMilld, J Maik
liain, A Dieler, IC H O Wallace, Mid
Stol, and about 1 JO deck passcngcis in
cluding 08 Japanese iniinlginnts.
l"or wlndwnid pons, per slmrl.ehua,
Nov 20-i.r L BUMclVwlfc and 2 chil
dicu, W liuilowlt, E 1) Baldwin, and
118 Japanesu iininigiantjj. i '"
For Maul ami Haw all, per stmr W G
Ilall, NOV 20-ror Volcano: Mr and
Mis 51111a, Gen Ctiuliffcr. For vTayports:
Mis AlnpalQ W0 Jijiim.J .Addiu
Mis 1 Lee,' Mis UolcMsFeimo1l
and about 100 deck passcngcis, Includ
ing DO Japanese Immigrants.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.-
Wilt. Thanksgiving J3ay be ribserv
cd in Oris, city? . . . -
The ltoyal Mail steamer Alameda
is duo on Satuiduy. .
Ynsr iindue,d, it vasquitoi nqvel
way orcbllec'ting lejit duo. (
General Cunlifto left for the Vol
"cano ycsteiday on the W. G. Hall.
Queen Kapiolani was. photograph
ed at J. J. Williams' studio tins
Mk. 33. A. Biclenbcig has disposed
of bis business in W.uluku, Maui to
Mr. Noi man llulboi t. . ,
Mit.fJ. F. llackfi'ld, administiatoi
of the,estate of MuniysJ Vicente, dc-
rUUblHI, 11IUS H.UUblUtK JllJIUlUlIIUl
Jr VI' U a Kf n '
i 3 ,r
ItnAi) Messrs. Lewis & Co.'s new
'adverti'-ement in 1 1 lis issue. It gnes
quite a list of good things "they have
foi sale. . . "
Mn. N)fe. jJ.lL-h Jit now Oiiilng'ortt1'
a huge stoekpfif!.uieyj,holidiiy gooua,
which will be icady foi insnection in
a day or so. 'r- ll '' ,r u '
A mass meeting for "natives lias
been called ioi tO'inoirow night at
the old Armoiy. Politics will ho the
fciibjeoC' for1, di'-cuj-flujn. ' '1'
A. l'ARiy of gentlemen wont ovci
to Wuiinnnalo y Osteulay at the itni
tation Of lion. John A. Ciinuliins.
They will return to-morrow. "'
-l 'ir-t !! l t j ")
By the hUmhu-isW. G. Hall, Jlika
hal i aiid'Lt'h'iia.VhielileftVt'crd.iy,
2!)!) of the Jap inese'intnrigrants wero
bhipped foi unions plantations.
'Tun niatin'eo by ie Silbons at rtlrp
Opeia IIoi8o"ltl)isQJeiipi wojl
attended,-'and tlibyouhgs"teVs weie
delighted with the pcrfounnnce.
Tin: public aio invtctU to attend
a lecture to bo delivorOdJn tho Moi
mon church, Punchbowl Bticet, next
Saturday oening, by iEldor .Matthew
Noall. . , ;
The Honolulu SochiJ ..Qlub will
give a dunce on New Year's ce.
which it is intended slTull eclipse any
entertainment yqt jundcrakenr by
that organization. ...
Ir tho W. G. Irwin left San Fran
cisco on 'tho 9lh she Is twelvo'days
out to-day. It is not- unlikely she
may drop into port before Saturday
with tho jCBudtu.oL.thttJ'rCHideiUial-
Tun Oceanic Uompany7s hrig Con
enelo wiir5iiil fbr San Francisco next
""Sunday, and will takou mail from
the Post office. This.will bo a good
opportunity to answci letters received
by tho' Alameda.
Ladies who intend making Christ
mas and Now Year's presents to thoir
gqiitlomon friemls, sliould not inako
any pn,rchaso until' they sea M.
Goldberg's holiday goods'opcircd out,
duo notice of which will bo ghen.
Tun man Kippon'wjio died sud
denly Monday night was buried yes
torday uf turuwMi rotni St lAndrowfd
Cathedral, tho Itov. George Wallace
conducting tho service. Mr. T. It.
Walker, British Yjeo-Consiil, attend
ed the-f uncial. , .
Tun two-story coial and finniv
building,' corner ofTtnlul and Alakea
Btreets, was sold to-day, hy Mr. Loyoy
to J. F. Cblbtun for 55. The salo of
hoiscsund carnages was faiily well
attonded. Olio animal sold for W7.
50, and a phaeton brought !f52.5"J.
Tho salo realized $311,60.
SPECIAL BUSINESS NOTICES.
A largo'assortment 6f toyd at G,
West 4sr Ci?a,
Dolls of 'every description of U19
best quality t ridiculously low
figures at (i. West & Co,'s.
Tho placo ).o :purchaSp holiday
gqods is at thQ stoi'o Of G. West c
Cp., Fort Htrectt Kveyt)iuig"liaK
to bo sold, and great bargUiu-iiiay1
lie obtained, - - -
, EVENTS THIS EVENING.
' l)i HI of Co. C Honolulu Hides nt
7 :10 o'clock.
Qahu Lodgo No. 1' K. of P. nt
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P. at
Services at the churches at 7 .30.
HAWAIIAN" OPEf A " HOUSE. W
The Silhons Company gavo their
fourth exhibition ntlhoOporn iioiisc
last night. The (list part of' tho
programme was a, lcpctition of piev
ious performances. The latter part
was new. The main feature was a
sories of tableaux. These were ex
tremely well executed, and clccited
demonstrations of appreciation.
A TENDER ACCEPTED.
Tenders for the Punchbowl inter
cepting ditch and an intercepting
ditch at Maklkl were reQc'veiJ at.tho
Intdtior Olllcc j'cst'crday as -fallows:
Picanso & Do Praga $21,100
J. N. Kniaikawaha .r,03l
F. Harrison .. .?...' -1,1)35
Walker & Rcdward . .- 3,07,')
Tho last named was accepted.
WinsiabAY Nov. 21.
Peter Quinn and Elikai had each
to pay SG for drunkenness.
James Crow was charged with
selling spiiituous liquors; 2d of'
fense. ' Continued to the 23rd.
Kekuhina (w) charged with being
jl common prostitute, was sent oil-
,the reef for -10 days. t
, BASEBALL NOTES.
Up to noon to-day about half the
sum: required for the l,v'B.i,tiitg rbase-1
balllsts had been subscribed.' It
should be borne in mind lhat tlieie
is -a subscription list at tho store of
the ' Iawaiian News Company. Some
one has ciiculatcd a leport that the.
two clubs will not play a game here
.between themselves. The report is
en'tiiclj' erioneous, as at 1 o'clock
in the afternoon the Chicagos and
All-Americas will play a game, and
if thorc is time one of the above
teams will play with the local team.
CABLES UNDER THE PACIFIC.
The "Electrical Review" for Oct.
27th, says: The laying of cables
under the Pacific Ocean has given
a curious impoitancc to several
otherwise insignificant little islands.
Onciamong them is Vibe island' of
Fanning, south of liaw?nii, discovers
cdin 1821 by the American captain
whose name it bears ; it is but a
few , miles in aiea, and has only 150
inuaml.'iuls; but it has excellent
water and a good harbor. Another
is tlV iblmd of Cliiisluns, south ol
Jav.l, which is almost itiiicccbsildc.
kl"cl woth of these hac been nmilx
ed by the British Admiralty, and
are likely to he of impoitancc in the
political geography ot the future.
Along the course of the Amei ican
line to Japan, 1,500 nautical miles
frou Ilawaiv-ie-tlM! island -Morril"
'wliose vci-y-oi8te-Hce has-been qtn.s
liond by most char'triiakci s ; this
mus ultimately, in spite of the
Monroe doctrine, fall under Ameri
can influences. j,
But the FiPuch have ahead'
large interests in -the Jiacifkvuid-
coiilfdent of thcpjlimate, sujaeettsrof
the jPanama Canal, "Flcctjicit,"
fioiu whose iiages we diaw these.
facts, does not hesitate to" jittt oh'
.w.. ...- ..,.-. "- " --i.--'.i
.the niap,thoiigh in dotted lines, the
dfjurfec of two moie cables th.it in list
soon be laid, the one to Taiiitf,' 'ilic
other to New Caledonia.
It!i3ft filfljier interesting to note,
how I much shorlr-the"longcst of
these lines "is than" the-'A(lantJc
!3. j ii ii . .
I tj( " 1 ?Tg. j ' .i lV 'n
Tllcrc was not a largo aiuUencQ at
the Y. M. C. A. hall Jast, evening to
hearJMadamo Jaffa's piano1 recital,
but those who were fortunate enough
to be present Ifatl a rare musical
treat, The rtfgfafjimo contained
fifteen number thirteen of which'
were nlavcdyiv, Madamtfjaffa. Tier
interprelatiolr "pf the wolf's of tlie'
.grt;iu nmsii;r3.W''a u surprise, uuu auu
was wurjnijviippiuuuiiuaor me man
ner in wi'tcli phe'rCpresohted a ljigh'
dcaree of,irtfttlc''esrce'ne5uce. Ma''1
damd Jaffa'iloos not disiilav mere'
niechaillrH)'r4i7'is kbld to rhaKo 'the"
hidden behindUliolmagnificopt com
ness of her memory ist-ojiltselfan
impoitant endowment, the whole of
a note beforo her Particular notice
must bo made, of .the.nladamo's
brillijnt,playjngftf List'j linnstra:
tions du prophqte, ajid tlot fivg
munbers by Chopin.
, A mostren'oyiible. feature tlio
evening was the stngiiig of Mrs.
John II. Paty whoso bcautif ill Voice
was heard to much Advantage it; tw 0
songs, by Millard. Her rendition of
the song "Darling" was so charm
ing that eho was compelled to res
pond to an encore: Tho recital
was q pronounced success.
A C0OD IDEA.
ft is stated lhat a Hamburg
lcl8nitli named , Wolff, has
consliuctcd an apparatus where
by all th.o doors ill a theatre
may be opene'd shmiltaneouBly. The
pllipr, day experiments wero made
with tho apparatus at tho Concordia
Thcatio, and on somebody shouting
"lire'' 'tile inventor turned the
handle of-the apparatus-, fixed in the
lefrcahment -bar Of the thcatio, on
which evory'oxit in tho whole build
ing opened at opce. Thp arrapge
inent jdoes not piecludo the opening
of each door iu tlio tBiYUl 'dKihncr.
ENGLAND'S SUPREMACY MOT SECURE.
It must not bo overlooked that
although Great Britain may have
reached the summit of her political
greatness, she has not yet by any
means established a linn foothold
upon it. Tho structure has been
icaredona solid foundation, ade
quate to tho circumstances, but it is
not yet flnMhed: tho 6tt is still
wanting, tlio scaffoldings have not
been removed i and it lnajj bo well
assumed thattho oftcu-tricxl Anglo
Saxon tenacity of purpose is not
likcli' to lelax and to fail them just
on the eve of tho completion of the
woik. "Frofessor Vambery in tho
THE NEW ZEALAND LAND. POLICY.
The land policy of tho New Zeal
and Government promises to prove
eminently successful. Tho method
of allowing eatslriapplioant to select
the lenuYo under which ho is pre
pared to pui chase has caused keen
competition for suitable sections
without Hfvolving tho outbidding
whldlrprefailelK "AVhfcwing how
cagorly suitable nrens aro competed
fqr, Jtluj case of some education re
serves in Southland is to the point.
For twenty-nine sections,- varying
from 300 to a few acres in extent,
there arc no less than JOO applicants,
as many as sixty applying for one
allotment. Dining tho past six
n'ccks 33,G I acies have putchased
for cash, 22,2G2 acres on deferred
payment, and 51,714 acies taken up
on poipetuaU leave. Town and
Country Journal, , ,. . ..
The consccidtion -of a Sephcr
,U?orqi, yitlmii, amended by a
eveni of Jcwisli interest only. A
remarkable 'b'xdeption of this nile
has been made at Zundorf, Prussia,
where practically the entire town
partieipatcd in the rejoicings, which
were can icd out on an extensile
scale. Christians vied with Jews in
the decoration of their houses with
flags and flowers, especially in that
part of the town thiough which the
procession esc6rting the Scroll of
the Law passed on its way to the
synagogue. This piocession, which
was swelled by many usilors from
Cologne and Mulheim, was headed
by a number of gitls dicsscd in
white and adorned with flowers, and
bv boys caiiyinK banners. When
in other parts of Germany evil
minded pvrsons are doing theii
wotst to sow'discoid between Jews
and Christians, it is refreshing to
icad of the pleasing incident of
which Zundoif has been the scene.
Town and Country Journal.
A NOVEL SCHOOL HI Ml HUES OTA.
The Seventh Day Advcnlists of
Minnesota have organised a confei
cuce school at Minneapolis, the
rules and regulations of which are
rather lnteiesting. Nobody who
itfees' piofaiic or unbecoming lang-
nagc, who tKC3 tobaTJCo"toriiiWricat-
t-hig liquors or is in any way immnial
will be admitted. Manual tunning
is to be one of 'thefeituies, ami
tent-making is mentioned irs a very
pleasant as well as useful- employ
ment to be taughjt. It is alo the
plan to'Iiaye the geneial domestic
work of tho school done by tho slu
dentH, and the work embraces dining-room,
kitchen-- and laundry
woilc, snwipg and splitting wood,
etc. As.ue frojn the ordmafj
i. ....i... ,...!...: 1... .:. ii
branches'' physiology, chil govern
riient andjilgebra arc named in con
ntHtioii with missionaiy and Sab
Jnithffcch1)oloik as "a pait of the
coiire.ni Auollier Iiiovill fcaturb"ts'
that the young men,' among other
things, aie required .o provide
theinselves with fliiniiei (rr colored
shirts and with celluloid 'collars and
k U3 ItllCl, OllllbO, UIII19, UIV, ,
o II.,,.., ol.!,.),, .,ff ..,
will not be laundried nt tho school.
HE DID NOT CO TO THE
COUI.U Li:At' THllOliail Tim Allt.
f 1 2.i . . ' .'
,,"jV.J jT object hi w tiling is two-Job.!:
to express? my gratitude foi' a
great b'enelit, and to tell a shoit story
"which cannot fail to interest' thd
'f (E)irgs of many otheis. It is all
.mbc-iit, myscii, out j. naye, jemaiKcu
wuen a man tens tne noncst
.trull about himself ho is all the
more likely to be of-nso to hi fol
lows rcuturcs. To begin, then, you
must know I had long been more or
less i object to attacks of-bronchitis,
awicc mplaint that ybTtaic'kaw,arc is
very common aniftduWedomc in
Grea, Britain-'uncertain seasons of
I tliojisar, Somo months ago I had
a very severe mm aim, worse, 1
thinkL than I ever had before. It
was probably broiight on by my
catching cold,) jasrwe ,arc all ptto
do wlien wo least expect it. Weeks
passed bjyand mytibnble provtid
tobelNO.ry obstinate, It would not
yield to medicine,'! and aH I also be
gan tb have violent racking pains in
my limbs and back, Pbretfamo great
ly ahumed. I could neither cat nor
sleep, If I had bccna feeble, siok
ly ma,n, 1 should have thought less
8tran;ely of it; but ns, on tho con
trary, 1 was hearty and robust, I
feared souiolpew aiuU .tccrible. tblhgv
had got hold of uj, whjchmjght
mako'my strength of no avail against
it. I say, lhat wUs'tlic" way I
Presently I oauld,-not -even lie
down for the pain all over my body,
I asked my doctor what ho thought
of mv condition, aUU'lic'fiankly,
"I aui sovry to to to toll ydu that
YQiiaro getting 'norsol" .This sq
id my fiietlfls,1, U3 well us
that they said "Thomas',
jotk must (io to I ha Hospital it
viitj bayour only chance for lite!"
But I didn't want to go tq.thc
hospital. Who docs, when -he
thinks he can possibly get along
without doing it? OI am n labouring
man, with a largo, family depending
on mo for supportjiuji-iuightnl-most
as well bo i'JiU)4jrJVo us to
bo laid on my bacliiTa. hospital
unable to lift a TmiitiToFmontfis,
or God only know&'hb'w'Ib"fig. llight
at this point 1 h.itl a thought flash
across lay mind likb a Streak of sun
shine in a cloud' day. I had heard
nnd read a good deal about Mother
Scigcl's dilative Syrup, and I re
solved, before 'cdrtSctftlhg to be
taken to the liospitaryd.nvould try
that wcllkuowu romftdy'On this I
gave up the doctor's medicine and
begun taking the Syrup. jMark the
wotjdcrful result! I -hadjtaken but
three doses within twentydtojir hqurs
when I was seized with a fit" of
coughing, and threw lip Hie phlegm
ami mucus off tny'clfef by the
mouthful. Tl)c Syruphas loosened
andj broken it up. Continuing with
tho Syrup, tho racking pain, which
I bijlieve came frqij)the bitter and
poiion humors in my blood and
joints, soon left niiP6litircly, and I
feltjlikc going to-slecp, and I llid
sleep sound and quiet. Tuon I felt
hungry, wth a natural appctdo, and
as L ate I soon got strong, and wpll.
X felt' I coiitd leap thfouqh 'the
i ...in. ,7.i:l.,l Tras '
nif .,, llKlinhtl
In a week I was ablcto"go to my
work agaili. It doesn't- seem possi
ble, jjct it is iruonnds the neigh
bours Mow it. There .avo plenty
of Jwitncsscs to proyc ,jts. And,
therefore,' when I saylp'rcach the
good news of the great power of
Seig'el's Syrup to cure pain and?di
sense far and wide, nobody ill
wonder at me. "
. . Thomas Canning."
75, Military-road, Canterbrry,
" '. Kent. i
Motlnfr Scigcl's Curative Syrup
is fo'r saUl)jy all clipmists and modi
cine endors ;anii by thoPropric
toisj A. JJWlilte, limited, 35, IJjir-ringdon-Soad,
London' E. C, Eng.
j . . Jan. 13-S84--- $
il TthrKing's Stable,
. MtKlilogfclrect, i'u.
lrm.it fl (itn.rl unit: fnla
.r-r ir"-"'7 mtpiI IT)iriii!Hs rtll f!iinrili;li.
wcllb okajilstTO licnil of sued AmT-ri.
can IIoc?;! aNo 1 irolti-yti)mg leiji-j
CowJ well Iroke.to inking; 1 live year
old DfounurT atidlioii-TttqjWHl o(li.
grci n iro lmd g?ltGIj:rmT'Tiiiy Wly
(.mi drive him, tinrRnotijig. Anj'onu
ui-hing lo'. puTfhnfe Tlea o ell ivml
exiiniuii' Htxji k. I ImveflwoidMlio sioi-l.
somejtiinc amil hivujaistil fcijinu nt n
on m mvniiiiif.K in rni Jl.miW'ouriij,
Cai.l" flir.NltY VOKMINftTON.
L SI 2.1A-A A-S
. T i 1-----1
Djsi oj to.inforrfl liia,raany-4rU!iuls jjnd
Hid public ofjBoriolulu ingdncral;
tiia. lie 1ms imrphastdtjie ;
No cxpno has been fp.upiMn co'in
plutely ieioiitiiTg tl$,cstablUliinciiU
Vfi)tu ijjiLui Hilly will bo cm.j'ofcd
,i mhch ns,j osslble. 2 :;
b'trict nlNMitiou will bo paid to wash,
ing, (.0 us 10 picVent nTlBougli Wc.ioi
Usairc while unUergolngvaiicclciDiiig
apeci.11 icriija-. lor-uiniups, miouus,
lui.uiH, Lotigmg iKiu-esLami amp
Sni.ill ii'p.tlr-i will bo done Ifeu
nge. wnsmng-iu ue.allud lor
elivcied Inc of clmrgeyitiuiy part
moiulu. ", ' "'
liui antciis n(bfatfilbnHiitld')io more
complaints to us iieajLiouijpatrons;
tlcu' a trliitiiml hejbqnvuiiel Unit
we iijcin lju Jiicss. ftelFTeuTiTliono 100.
, DlJiru, ijiittm biritii yiuHikt.Ria2oi
H.icUaid & Co. Hill Telcnlipnu 30S.
'84 lrn ;
TI: E undersigned SC"o?EpiSL prepared
to forward'parci'ls tlttmTa l'it&
Pcott)a Loudon ;Ageneyf-toiatbpurt8'or
Europe, Asia uhu Africa: awl alao-to
Austpdasla direct, and to life Soutb gca
IbIuikU via Austridhin oriiow.Zeiilttjul
ports Tariff lfi'es, which aro remnrk
ably jmodcrnti', havo recently 'ucn fjir
nlshqd and limy -Jie lqirned.iipoji appli.
l'arcels or heavy ffeTgTit-cSil alsch'ho
sent for and brought toJLIonolulu frjm
any part of Euro lie through Pitt h Rcott'd
AgenScy, and may be 'insured at the p'ort
of cparturo if desircdi Special onfers
for ).uropian gbods can be plaecd'by
l'itt ifc Hcolt in England or through Hi fr
ugent in other jiarm of Euiopo j and U10
packages forwardid by any route that
in beijl.'at reduced heavy freight rates If
die pnefeages are lurgo
I .IJE. BltOWN & CO.,
llajvnlian Agents, PlfT k "U's
ljxpress. ' . 18 luxSOwSt
Certiflcate of. Rcgstraljm oFCopyrj
right. - 1
u1 - -
DEl'AlirMKNT OF THE iNTEIUOh, )
llimohdu, Hawaiian Islands. (
KN.OW ill) sMta by thj-se ProsenU,
That, In accordance ith the pro
ibions of Bpetinn 3, Chapter 8, of tho
Beslon Laws of IBS!) Jl. waiiionniii
hus llud in the ollleo'of tho Mlnlatcr of
the Interior nniapplcfttl(Jtt"or a'Gcrtill.
cute (if Copyright for iLl'Ook eiitltled
"This Honolulu, Buslncbs lilrcctory, he
ing alirbfesbiojial coniinerclul and irade
adilrus bonk of the clly ami suburbs,
corrected up to dfife of IVaue," which,
aaiil aVnliuulion is accotnjiuulul by the
oath (if tho Hiiid .ipntlcuut Unit held iho
oilgliiiduul tlrst HiiUiur of Bald book. .
iSow,uliirofro, )lia Cojtlllcuto Is to
Wallt unto tlie.$ahl .1. M. Macdoaatd, his
heirs or uisslgru for the term of Tjvcut)
Years, l'rmn tho TeuUi Day of October.
One Tlioiibiuid Light Huudril uud
KlghtJ'.alghi. 'the ptclusive right to
prim, reprint,. publish, uso am -vend
tlio tnhl hook throughout iho llawuliun
In Wltm-bB wheroif I have ciusid
lliifc Curitlculu to be iMtued at Honolulu,
tliiH llth Day of October, A DlBdS
uml tlio t'enl of the Jlepartuient of the
Inloriprto bo bbriloaillxed.
fc JONA. AUSIIN,
llhilBter of tho luteilor, a if interim
jmJKJj jracj v
BUSINESS ITEMS. U jppfiffifRP "tf&F rT? fPfil ) j "
Xctlctt undtr H head em cJiargcd 10 Ctnti
per line for thtflrtt in$ertinLand 6 cintipcr line
TTAlS BOAT fiTJILDINa
SHOP: 'Bear of Lucas' Mill.1
will please nturti to
101 3t Iolaul College.
wcU.brokcm to liar.
iess. oeiore. tho autii or
this month, must bo good
tizd Apply to O. 1IAMMEK,
lot St Cor. Harness Store.
1 ., FOJt SALE r
. ". 1 f rs?-v
BY tho TriiBtoo of die IvRtnto'Of'Jno.
Boardman.dcccusi.il, 12 Shares of
block In Hawaiian Agrlculturnl Con.
pany, fl Pliarcn In ,WiltJcr'a H. ff. Uo. and
1 Building Lot at Koliulul, on which a
rental oi jfiuo por anmnn is rccelviu.
I . . . G, M. BOAIIDMAN,
101 aw Trustee.
ANEW Cottngo of 3 Large
Booms nnd Kitchen, pa-
pared and painted, and situ
.atcdmauka of Punchbowl Btreet over.
lootting tirc'lioixl'CM'innm etioct. (lliirn
rbnildlnir is placed on leasehold land
ithe ltaso having several yiars'to run.
, urn uo,scua cuaip lor ca-n. Apiuy 10
Jdl Iw .1. E. BRpWN & UO.
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JJ ! i I f if V
HIS is to icrtify that ,tho Largo and
uommouious inning. Kooms ot tna
I.WH be' shortly extensively altered,
,fortwiU.uo. afforded, to patrons, while
lho tables will be supplied with ovory
luxury obtainable at tlio market, to
'-gether with the very best of Teas and
Coffee. EETTciins, $5 por week.
88 2W .Proprietor.
Eery thing MUST and
To'inolie room for tho
Ever imported Into this King-
Monir.porBqnniiy seiccieu ny
.Mr. Ohas. J.:i'iHlicl.
People's Own Price
the Hloro is oveistpckod with
COME ONE !
i . serfiOME ALLl!
For the 'DAltGAINS' at
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
' Corner ol Fort & Hots! Street.
I , July 17-g8
JOB PRINTING olulHiludi oxe
cuted at the Daily Uullktin Office.
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I BARGAINS !
tmmnm twmmnmimmi)iH,miJbkiMtmuwmim&mm vmnummmmmmiMRv-rt
G3 & C5 FOIiT
Wew Goods I "-SSlo-
Tho ladies aro invited
KKW STOCK ol BUY GOODS &. FAXOY 001)!S. .
Received by last stcamir and jiorfonnHy leced by ,SIr. S..lihrlil j, j T a
stoVk com'titfbi's1 ninny novldties in every departfnent. ' .
, Prices are Bed Bock, A' large assortment of- " "" r ," ""
Dresw Q-oods in-all W-w Slittclett' b' "
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Enibioiderics, Lacea & Qrioutal Lace, Flouncing,.
Fancy Flannels,, Flannolotto,- Tricot Jti Ladies' Cloth, etc.
Large AssorLin Dress. Glngbams, .Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & GhOTrot.
oNoaV; JNToycU'lcfe in lJihIIch' liei-llu Sliurlf. ; '.' .I''"'."
Lmjies' .CyiBieinerorScarfi Shwlrt in nllisbadcsj' a ,.jj"-M .'
, . .... .. Ilosicry,. CQrotH.it.Undcrwaro.ftt low-.priot j
Fancy SUrrah,ilk,lild, Fancy Velvets I.
Wo call particular attention to our Shoe Department. " -.-
A Full' a.iiie of IiaIcHy rciich JlWl Bnftoi Sliocm ' ." .V..'i
, A Vull I-.lne of Genfs Nlioef, . . '. -,A
Ohildron'H Jl'rqncU Kid Sliocs ntJBcd Kock JPrlec s.
In'iill Widths, Colors & Shades. Great JBargaiiis in
Boys- sand,. Children' ;;Clothing! I
Gent's Bathing. Suitaat ?L50a.Suit.
- . .. G3 & 05 Fort Street.
I ,ILtLuKgrj gee 3BT-ai ''
, M I' ., ,.. I" . ' - 'l ' '
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EG-AN- Sc OOIWC3P.WY".
! WE HAVE HECEIVED A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy GoOuS Siai for tie Holiday Seasti
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded -,Elushes -Vol vets? "Sural 18,
I Xjiico Ciirtrvliia, Htampod TlUIcw, Hlioo Bags, 3Bto.
Fall Lino of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arraseno, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, l'tc.
1 Wo call paiticular attention to our line selection in
Cp-Uilii CMii for Gents, Ymdto & Gllrei!
Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
An Immense Assortment in lfe"cji$
15 ( J O J Latest BtyleIf 1 ""youl want soruetlifmj 4ory fmo In-5
I 0. Minnnnl
KIIIIIV VI II U
Call on us beforo
GrMrs. EvC.'Rowo's beautiful Work in
j Scpt - 17
I rut ryrtrrtry c ...i. ... t. l
1 j' 1 a. iKLiiija w 111 imuiu 10 my ihiri.
'Xui iiibsliifiiig myral)ieiice from tho
Kingdom. A. JAEGER.
Honolulu, Nov. 2(1, 1888. jua lw
NEAT Cottage of K0111
ltooius, ltath-ioom In
tho Iloiistj-aiid Oinlrouscsi
ne.iriuo jiormons uuiueii, now oi-en-pledl
by Mr. Vogel. Apply to Mr.
Vogel, at lloffschlaeger & Co.'s. 07 U
IN a nice JoepUty, ..sur
rounded by well-kept
grounds, twqyiltes of Fur
nished Kooms, with bath and dree
ing ioOTiii5,"bitltable foi'-irousokceplug
and f wanted an additional room can
bu added to cither. AUo, a Cottage,
wlth.batli. Rtablo and (zafl&itcl tctiin.
Address Pj.QJJqx CQP... .77 Jul.
irorisE t:o let .
ft .", in
rpiIE Housoand -Premises
JL lately pcdilpiod by W. S.
Luce, Esq., sltuatebn Union
Btrcit and Adams Lnnei Tho"' Houbo
conbdns pmlor, U bedioom?, 'd'lU'InB
roomp, liiillwuy,dinlngTooin. pantry and
kltclu n I CMmCUs ul,mrtU4ge Un Uio
gioueds wit)i U roon"n, stable, carriage,
house nnd ttarViOU'b to un. j ho place Is
in perfect order. Pcjscftion given at
ouco Apply to
, J. M. MONSAKRAT,
87 tf I No. !i7 Merchant street.
1 r ,
;Whale Boats. -
rNiinswcr to several cnn.ulths con
cerning iWlialui Ho.it. Vrluncsr we
have now In course of construction,
!i Whalo lloiit Ki nines 74 feet by '.Ci'fcet
lone-. Thct.0 frames nro bciirln 0110
piece of oak, and hold to shape, thus
lenulrlnir little tact to sCt them up and
build. Tho full Jramo for hiioh bouts,
liieludlng cants, 45 sections In number,
Is hold at 88; with huge steins on keel,
and ready to' plank $10, .Tlipy aro not.
Iiitenilcd'toi 'be cllnki'l'miUt, uomsiho
fiall Impoitmli whale, boats pi oper, but
aro lnended for lough use. anil uuraui
I'ty.yet light withal, for lUhlng and
trftdhig puipo8os. Wo huo eatiiorted
these liatnes mid Intend doing so, and
niiikoihls offer to aimitcuis and others
desirous of tijlng their hand, with
plenty', of lelsiuo aud small oash to make
a biislliess. Will bend fiames to any
glieu modul from 5 to W tons. AUo on
hand for salo Bmfaiid Pleasure lioats,
titcnib, Knees and Timbers. Mutual
Telephone No 325.
' . UOWEIl & SON.
70 tt Boat Builders.
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-oSS5' New Goods !
to inspect our "
OODSa KMSBW GOODS
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Point Laces on exhibition here f'
- 88 -J
I'ONY TOR SALE.
k3 child. New re.-.
i,' yiJrsiblo child's sa Idle-'
w 11:1 nnuic. ah out.
plcte. Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Sta dcs.
LOT FOR SALE
iH King fltrccf, opp stto
V Mr. Atuorton'i. E la
frontage of 03 feet
feet deep. Apply to
-l -"JOHN BOWL.
ELECTION Vl bFpkfcEliS. ' "
AT tho annual meeting of the Hu.
lUftultft'lK.ep 8ianbbX7o. held this
day, thc-following ofllceis-w-l-;Ud
for tho ensuing'year:
August Hanebenr Preaid it.
.Arinin Haneberg.k.YicitPrcsidt it, ,1.
1 Bccreu ry .
"Ed. 8uhr.....7r.Tr.7Tvr-- -tlF
I ) (.TrtRMi ;r,
Arlnln Hancberg Audi) ir,
August Gramberg. . r.-r. ,r.r
..J Mummer of WulkaJ ar "
Ar inln Ilnuoberir . . . .v i .5 v.
Manager of Kalcle ia
Honolulu, Nov. 12J883. ' T lw
"California Land Associati
THE undersigned hfrvclxtea appo nted
agents m Honolulu for ihft c joto
Bvndlcato. and have .been furnished with
'plans and Hits of California Lrio for
sine, intcnuing'purcnuserooi .""
, California can QhUla tho neewsjuyja. '
formation, at thaolllfaof .... . --,
I j.fB.umowir&'oon 1,1
nov.ll 23 Merchant str et.
1 ..... . .
Tax Collector's- Notice.
I70K tho accomodation? ofXaxgr yere
? )u this district an ho cannot con
eiileutly call at tho Collector's iQIce
during bnsluess hours, Ihe-otllcCTVIir
bo flpen for the rccellit of Tifxes (1 1 ad
dition to the usual .niouHs-diirlii' hu"
day.) from 7 to 0 o'clqck In the ever
nliig, from tho 13th Inst., to Dc t. 1st
1888, both dates Include!, a t
Any Tax-payer, In, this dUtrlo who
will leao Ids name ffna'address-i t flier
Collectei's Qlllcp, lutiniating tli-brKft
desires to pay his taxes, will recelohU
tax receipt by "messenger, as early?
thereafter ns possible, to whom 1 1 cau
ghothe nmnunt. thereby HVoidh rthe
auuoyince of delay at the TaxOU-c U.
waltlugforthoregiilnvtiuii. .. .
Tax Collector, Uonolfild, Oj auv
jite ,- .-1