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FRIDAY, NOV. 15, 1P89.
. ,. ARRIVALS.
Stmr Mol.olH fiom Molokm
Sehr Ktivviillnul (mm Koolau
Iliiu'S 8 Aii-ti'nlhi, lloudletle, (iil.ij
iiml '-'J hour finiu s.m Francben
SI nil'. I A ClIiillilllH fiimi Knuhiil
Stmr Wiiimnuuhi fiom Wahiii.to ami
Sehr Iivhiia from Kauai
way )oits nt
v ,. DEPARTURES
Slmr Klnmi for llilo iiml
Stmt' 0 H liiolmp for Wnlnnae, Wnlalua
mill Koolatt at '.) u in
Sehr Knulkeiioiill for Kohsiln
Sehr Miny for llnniilel
LOOAL & UENEHAL NEWS.
No BfM.ETI.V TO-MOilllOW.
Fitnxii fiooll iiysUnn ul thd Heaver
AR.wmond exeuiMon luily will
slioilly visit llio islands
A tax collector's notice
our Uy Authoilty column.
Tiindnneo ul the Aiiou hall
evening wiic ;in enjoyable ull'.iii.
Axniimi ihop iu the
sugar, Ul! let being quoted
Kilaiica Hon fur
Slmr .MnknlU foi Molol.al :it " p in
St mr ,1 A Cummins for Koolau at '.) a in
Slmr Wiiliiiatiiiln foi Wnlnnae ami W:I-
Stinr Iw.i'nul Tor l.alialua sinil Il.nn i-
kun at 10 a in
Sclir Kawallam for lCnol.ui
Sehr Millc Mouis for Koolau
Till: Hawaiian kind given a eon
ceil at the Hold this evening, it I
7 till) o'clock. .
Latest FoMffll its
Sun Jiinnk:oy Xov.Sth, jin' S. S.
Al'IMtOl'ltlAIIOS I OK
Tin: Kiunelianiului Jr.'s and the
Valley Boj'h play at Mnkiki to-inoi-iow
Aiiuutii thotiMiud Japanese eini
gtanls weio to leave Yokohama, No
vember lith, or Honolulu.
PntsKis Edw. A. Kcil lias (lie boxl
llianks uf i lie Urt.i.KTix for lilt's nf
late San Kiiiui'isci) pa puis.
From San FianoWeo, per S S AiMin
llu, Nov 18 J N Jtoblnsou iiml wife,
MWsLRoy, Adolph Lutz, JIlss L V
Hopper, W li Docoto itutl vifc,1t S Hor
ner, A. Lvdgnto, L D Spencer, wife and
chl'd, Mis Lit Walbildge, Call Arue
iimiiii and wife, A .1 Cni tvv light..! r, Mi-.
ticoA Liui;. .Mi1 . I A Cainvvell, Miss
Wiildelleld, I' Melhide, .1 MuiMlen, It
Itickaid, Mis Buiehaidtand li cliildicn.
Miss Rjtlilione, 11 W Illusion, It II
Moke. (Seo A Roodwell, MK-, Alice
Cl.uke, Mis T F l.:uidiig and 'J chil
iltvn, Itev V 11 Il!tiiiL', Mis K Ciocker
and child, U K Williams, .1 K Colburn
and wife. . I Huhenstein, K JJalley, Jtcv
l'aihcr l'ernaude, Mis I)r Kmei-oii
and child, Miss LI C Tiuiee, I)r M K
Clrossinan, Mine M K Von Amciliuur, l
ICeen, Hon G X Wlleox, K It Dlmoud
and wife, II .) A;nev, Jlrs II Kannaiiy
and child, C.ul dn Pol, K 11 Thorn is
I sine Kaiiou and (12 .steeiaje.
l'oi wiudwatil poiis, per -tmr Kiuau,
Nov 15 K 8 Lvni.in. lion J I) Paiis, A
Uariies, V V Hiiiuer, W lleilowll, T
lVdlar,.I'W I. Deeito and wife.A T At
kinson, Major Wioiighton, C I. Wight,
II T Walker, and otlieis.
From Mololtai, per slmr Mokolii,Xov
15-11 M Whitney, Jr, and J M Dowsetr.
Pitr.iilWNT Haiiison lian apiinled
Thuuday, Novenihor 28th, an a day
of National Tliankiviiuj.
11. I!. 11. Pmnckph Liliuokalani
nmliiimity of fiiends niado a tiip
on the O.ihu Knilw.iy yesterday.
Qi;iti: a nunihor of new pugago
nieiils nto iinnouuecd, ami theie will
bo several wedding hefoie t'lniht-mas.
Tin: New Yoiks aie
h.isehall team of the
lu'.iten the lliooklyus
in the .soiies of
Mil. Koheit Halstead leaeson the
Zcalaudi.'i to join his family in Cali
fornia. Pleasant tiip and Mife le
t lit n.
Thk Ilawniian hand will play at
the depot of the O.tliu I'ailway Com
pany to-nioriow afteinoon, fiom 2 to
The h.iikentine KUkitit and the haik
J A Kinjjhoth at lived at Potl Town
seud Oet 17,and the Ceylon on the Ssili,
all fiom Honolulu.
Tho V SS Mntiniig.iliula m lived at
San Ki.mri-co, Oet 'Jsih, -Hi dtiv from
AltltlVAI.S AT SAN VltANflf-OO.
October 21, lnifj J D Spieekels, 15
days lioni Honolulu; 2(!lh, Mailpusi, 7
d.tys fiom Honolulu; 28th, bktue W II
IHinond, 18 days, and the hkttie S N
('.itle, a:5 (lays fiom Honolulu; Nov.
1, S S Austialia. 7 d.iy fiom Honoliilu.
i)i:i'AUTtjiti:s 1'iiou --ax kuamjisco.
October 25th, hi i Courtney Foul for
Hilo; Nov 2 bilg .1 I) SpicckeK for K:i
hulul; 7th, hkttie W 11 Diinoud and bug
Iicaeon for Honolulu.
SMITH In Alameda, November Oth,
Willie W. Smith, brother of Oeorge
W Smith of Benson, Smith & Co.,
aged 21 years, t) months and 3 days.
LOCAL AND CENERAL.
Tin: J. Jr. S. Zealandi.i ailed
from Auckland Novenihet -lth.
Tin: U. ir. S. Zc.ilandia is due any
time fiom the Colonies en unite to
Tx puiloinini; inn shipping
oilier nowH fiom day to day, llio
veiliser does not do it eoiieclly.
a little c.uelttl neighhoi.
PAinicui.Aiis of tho reception at
the Palace to-moiiow by Their Majes
ties llio King and Queen, appear in
oui By Authoiity column.
llox. V. C. Wilder lememheied
the Uui.i.Kiix with a Pile of lale
lrtei.-, -o did Or. JI. li. (lio.sMii.in
who looks in good health.
Do not foi get the S.iuvlet conceit
at the Opeta Hoiioe Saliuday oven
ing. The piogi.inimo is an excellent
one and theie will be a good audience.
TmtEi: thousand ticketb have been
issued for the fiee lide on the l.iil
Mnssns. A. .7. Cartwiight, Jr., E.
1). Thomas a ml H. J. Agnow weio
union); the anivals on tho Austialia,
nil looking well.
Tin: following ate hooked to leave
on the Zonlandia, November Kith:
W. A. Whiting, Dr. M. 0. Hauis,
KobeiL Halstead, Mis. M. 15. Qtiinan,
Mis. C. Moscley, 11. C. Diiucjii.
A conoeht was given on bo.ud tho
H. S. Aiiblialia, October HOlh, for the
benelit of the lepcis. The Katie
J'litnam troupe, Piineo David Ka
wananakoa, and foiiio liienihers of
Cliiaiini's oiicus look jmrt. Over
sJiSO weio icalied which is in the
in mlii of Puisor Keil.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Killcs, at
Service St. Andrew'
Bund Concert at the
Polynesian Encampment No. 1,
O. of O. l-, siL 7:30.
Lr.E, the Mioith.tml lejioiter, who
was bent fiom Honolulu on Ihe last
sleainor, has been aiiested on a
rhaigc of .stealing l.iilioad lickeli, at
Thk Hay Ilios. give their fust en
tertainment at Ihe Opei.i House next
Thm.sdny eening. The box plan
opens nt the ollice of L. J. Levey
Wednesday, at 0 a. in.
A Washiiif'lnn ilespaleh of Ihe
7th Hay.: "A subject tint will le
I't'ivu the consideration of the Seeie
(mius of Slate ami Navy, ami will
piobably he presented iu theit an
nual rcports,is that of establishing a
coaling station on the l'carl river on
Oahu islaiul, of llio lhvwaiian group,
about seventy (!) miles fiom Hono
lulu. "The privilege of establishing a
station there, which is considered to
be a great desidirttuin, was secured
to the I'liRed Slates by a Ireaty con
cluded with Hawaii by Secretary
llayaid, but no uppropiiatiou was
in.uie by the last Coujjress lo make
il elfet'tive. The site must be pur
chased and the bar across the month
of the harhoi blasted out to make
an entrance lor the slups-ot-war.
An uppiopiialion lo secuic these
ends will probably be urged upon
Stc.itncr Columbia of the Ham
burg and American Packet Com
pany, docked at Southampton Nov.
7, six days and IS hours from Sandy
Hook, N. V., the fastest trip on re
cord over that route.
The Secretary of the Navy has
accepted the cruiser Charleston, the
Union Jron Winks having withdrawn
the demand for a new trial. Letter
with conditions of acceptance has
not reached San Krancisco.
A great Democratic triumph in
the Virginia elections is attributed
by Itupuhlicans to suppression of
the colored vote.
The Cronin murder trial at Chi
cago lias at last begun before a jury.
Maryland Legislature is Demo
cratic, but the Republicans gain
four State Senators and 111 members
ot the House.
New Ynik Legislature will bland:
Senate Republican 111, Democratic
13; Assembly Republican b7, De
New Jersey Senate hinges on one
county. The Assembly is 3S De
mocrats, 2 Republicans.
Massachusetts has a Republican
plurality ot about (5,000.
The clause in Stephen J. Tilden's
will, providing for extensive libra
ries for New Yoik, has been declar
ed void by the Supreme Court.
The body of Capt. C. Marcus
Sehoonmaker, who lost bis life iu
the hurricane at Samoa, was intcricd
on the 7th in the family plot at
Kingston, N. V. Lieut. Collin, who
was executive ofllccr on the Vanda
lia, was present.
Mr. and Mrs. G rover Cleveland
called on 1'iesidcnt llanison at the
While House; Mrs. Harrison was
absent in New York.
coni)i;mxix; tiip. sugai: Titr&r.
Mr.s-su.s. J. M. Dowott and JI. M.
Whitney, Ji.F relumed this morning
fiom a Iwo weeks' vacation on Molo
kai, looking us fie.sb as daisies. It is
reported that no game is left on that
To illusti.ite the value of udvci Us
ing, especially in the Hui.uniN, just
catch on to this: A pup advertised
for last evening, walked home, to
said tho owner this morning,cairying
the Bulletin in his mouth.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
The Oceanic Company's slenin-
khip Australia arrived shortly after
eleven o'clock this morning from
San l'Vancisco with 57 cabin;and (52
fcteoragc passengers, 177i tons gen
eral merchandise and six .horses.
Also 8-H),2SO in gold coin fdr IJishop
is Co. Had line weather and smooth
sea the entire voyage. Last forty
eight hours light trades. The Aus
tialia sails next l'liday at noon, for
The Royals Hawaiian Hand will
give a pubjio concert tips .evening
at. tho JjawaiiatiNHntpl commeiiping
at 7:110 o'clock. Following is the
Uvei line MasanlelljO, , Auber
iirauil Maich La Banuii o ka Mol...
f t llerger
.Selection II TioviMoi" Veidl
lliiolii'iio. Kupii Lokc. Olwimuii.
Medley The IVlsick Ililgadii lleyrr
Wall. Dauultu Waves. Hanoi Id
KaiituM.i I'liiisaiit Meiiiniles.,..Ueii;''
A succ:isrui. social was given at
the Central Union chinch pallors
last evening, tho attendance being
quite huge. A liteiury and musical
piogranunc was well rendcicd, after
which reficshmentb weie seived,
social conversation bringing (o a clo.se
a pleasant evening.
I.N this issue Messis. T, II. D.ivies
&. Co. have a new adveitisement giv
ing full pailioulars of the line stock
of holiday goods now for sale at their
stoic coiner of Queen and Kiiabu
uiiinii btieels. Theie is an elegant
assortment of goods of all kinds, and
gentlemanly salesmen are always on
hand to show them.
Yi:.sii:ni)AY evening, Mr. W. A.
Whiting, tho lawyer, was teudeicd a
faiewell paity at tho bungalow by n
large number of friends. It was a
decidedly pleasant a Hair. Mr. Whit
ing leaves on the Zealandia for the
States on a pleastuo vacation, and
will bu ubficnt hcvei.il wcekc. Hon
It iiuisL ho distinctly understood
by those, who huvo tickets for llio fiee
rido nn tho Oahu Railway to-morrow,
that Iboy will he taken to Pearl
liaihor und must leturn on tho ttaiii
their tickets aie iniuked for. Thoy
cannot stay over under any circum
stances, if they do, thoy will have to
get back at their own lisk.
Mit. Fiost, manager of tho balloon
aHcitusion and paracbuto jump, has
niado all airangciuonts for an exhi
bition to-nioirow aftornoon. Tho bell
at tho central firo tower will bo mug
one hour bcfoie the ascension as a
notification to the public. Tio bal
loon will bo inflated at thurpiarry on
Punchbowl bill. Listen for the bell.
Vkstiiiidav evening Miss ICato
McCiiow, daughtei of Dr. .1. S. and
Mis. Mctlicw, gave u most enjoyable
dancing paityat tho family lesidunce,
Hotel btioet. There was (piite a
largo guthoiing of fiionds of the
young lady including many naval
olllcurs. Dancing was indulged in to
tho stiains of piano lmuiu, Slioilly
after midnight llio guests depaited
afler having hud a piost delightful
The New York Supreme Court
has alllrincd the decision ot Judge
Batrett, ordering the dissolution of
the North River Sugar Refining Co.,
in other words condemning the
A call has been issued for a pro
hibition convention fiom Nebiaska,
Kansas, Iowa, South Dakota and
Not Hi Dakota, to be held at Omaha
Dec. IS, for the purpose of uniting
the States named into a central pro
Minister Foster of the Dominion
Cabinet and his wife have been
"cut" by Lady Macdonald. wife of
the Premier, in issuing invitations
for a patty. This shows that Fos
ter's mariiagc with Mrs. Chisholmnf
Chicago has lost all countenance in
The U. S. S. Ranger will resume
the survey of the coast of Lower
The Democrats have elected
Campbell as Governor of Ohio, de
feating Governor Foraker, with a
plurality of 12,000 to 15,000, and
carried the rest of their ticket by
pluralities ranging from '1,000 lo
8,000. The Cincinnati Commercial
Gazette attributes the Republican
defeat to the Sunday ciusadc, which
struck not only saloons but was ex-,
tended to baseball, ice cream, soda
water, cigar stands, and seemed to
be threatening tho milk wagons.
II. 15. M. S. Amphion, with the
Govcrnor-Gcncial of Canada and
party on board, struck a rock while
going from Victoria to New West
minster, on the (ith, and making
water fast was rim to ICsquimalt at
full speed. When docked she was
found to have a hole thirty feet long
in the starboard side and Hooding
four water-tight compartments. II.
15. M. S. Champion was to take the,
Vicoregal parly to Vancouver. The
Amphion is 3,750 tons and carries
the most modern armamont of any
vessel on the 1'acillc Station,
The New York Deiuociatic State
ticket is elected by about 10,000
Sir Wm, Pearce's company has
given notico that Micy will stop their
steamers connecting with tho Cana
dian Pacillc Railway on Nov. 22d.
They arc actuated by revenge for
not getting the contract to build the
now steamers for the C. 1'. R.
Roles, Democratic, has about 710
pluiality for Governor ot Iowa.
Democrats claim their entire Slate
ticket elected, hut the Republicans
count on seven niajorll3r iu the
House and one iu Ihe Senate. Ioici
is tle Hist Demooialio Governor
since Mc war.
The Kmpcror utid Emprosa of
Germany have concluded a visit, to
Ihe Sultan of Turkey, by whom they
were most hospitably entertained.
vtAssAciti: (ik i:ri.onnns.
Dr. Peters, organizer of the German-African
and his paity were massacied near
Karkoni on the Tana river, the only
Kiiropean escaping being Tiede
mann, a companion of the gieat ex
ploier, who was wounded. The
London pi ess deeply deplore the
loss of Dr. Peteis to the cause of
tiii: ir.isn quustion.
Sir Henry James, in his speech
for the Times buforc the Paruell
Commission, cited the evidence us
showing the object of the league to
effect a combination between the
model ates and extremists for the
purpose of keeping It eland unset
tled. Speeches of Painelliles show
ed thai the agltalois were leady lo
resort to criminal means lo effect
Molloy, M. P., speaking at Shef
field, said it was intended after the
opening of Parliament, to expose
the complicity of Government olll
cials iu a conspiracy against the
The Paris Exhibition closed with
a brilliant fete on the evening of the
(ith. Four hundred thousand per
sons were present, tho largest num
ber since the opening.
Jules Ferry, the Ftciich states
man, is seriously ill.
liindlatigli, the famous member
for Northampton, is seriously ill.
His House is deluged with religious
literature sent him by church people
and tract societies.
Lord Falmouth, famous in En
glish racing annals, died Nov. 0.
The nianiage of the Right Hon.
Loid Ednioud Fitzmauricc, brother
of the Maiquis of Lansdowne, Vice
roy of India, to Miss Caroline Fitz
gerald of New York, will take place
in London on November 23d.
The opposition in the German
Reichstag are bitterly opposing the
item in naval estimates of 150, 000
marks for a new yacht for the Em
peror and Empress.
Sixty prominent members of Bon
langer's party were in conference
with the exiled "hero" on the Isl
and of Jersey.
Reported, that the Goriimn Hag
has been hoisted at Port Dunford,
Africa. Capt. Wissman was to at
tack Saadani the night of the 7th.
The New Yoik Herald correspon
dent at Zanzibar was preparing 75
armed men and the necessary bear
ers to carry to Stanley and Emin
Pasha the quinine, tobacco, tea and
other luxuries that the Herald was
sending through him.
Cardinal Lavigerie says the plan
of campaign against the slave trade
will he formulated at the Congress
to meet in Brussels the end of
A London despatch says there are
already signs of dissonsion in the
league of brotherhood between the
emperors which was to offer perpe
tual security for the peace of Eu
News is received iu Melbourne
that the cannibals of the Solomon
islands have murdered and devour
ed an Englishman named Nelson
and three native boys. Learning of
the massacre, the captain of the
British cruiser Royalist proceeded
to the scene and shelled the villages
along the coast. The natives lied
to the hills. Other cases of canni
balism on the islands arc reported.
The American ship Chesebiough
from lliago for New York was
wrecked on the northern coast of
Japan, nineteen of the crew being
The volcano of Colinm in Mexico
is iu active eruption.
The Negro Colonization hill in
the Mexican Legislature was staved
off only by it3 opponents finding no
Chinese in great numbers are ar
riving at Mazatlan, Mexico, and
making their way to the United
The Australian Governments are
agreed that the existing Federal
Council has power to decide on a
basis of federation without calling a
NOV; FOR SALE AT
Theo. H. Davles & Co.'s
Subside for picit'lils;
Die-sing Cusi'4, silver mounted ,
Hand Hags & Vnlis
China Dinner Set,
China Ten Sets,
Fancy Mnjolic.t W.iio,
Fancy Work H.i'kds,
Kane V Scieuiis A, bumps,
Klc.,' Kle., Hie.,
OPINIONS - OF - THE - PRESS
. ON Tlitt
Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE I'NITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
rTiom the Ni:v Youk Timks, June 22, 1S30.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society lias adopted a new form of
policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promise to pay without condi
tions on the back.
Dolls! Dslls! Bolls!
An Immense Variety.
TOYS, Toys, TOYS.
Tin Toys, Drum.,
JToll Set, CjvvIsu
Milled Toy-, Ktc, Ktr.
A Laige Acorlinint.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
Dirt ct from ltqiliael Tuck it Son,
and S. HlldctlteinuT.
Fiom theCiiicvuo Invi:stiuatok.
Always nn the alert, and ever anxious to give the puhlie tin tuoit
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York has, in 11 ie past, made many advances on old methods
and has been the means to liberalize life assurance in :i greater degree
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore, that this great company now comes before the people with a new
contract, the like of which has not before been known iu life insurance.
Kioui the KusruuKV Itmitvrint, Richmond, Ky., June "28, ISS'J.)
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, iu the past, done more to
cieatc and maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermoic, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked coulldenee
iu life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
ami assure their lives forthwith.
fKroiii the JiosTo.v Post.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the aasurauce
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
Eleotion -:- ol" -:- Eugincers
FOR 18D0-0 1.
From the Pvcifio UNnr.uwuiTKU, San Francisco,. Inly 1, 1389. J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance it
leputalion for enterprise and piogressiveness in dealing with the subject
of lite assurance.
Bay For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWR1GHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Notice is heieby jiiven that the first
biennial election (under Cliapkr 4!)
Statute Lnwsof 18S8) will be held
On MONDAY, Dec, 2, 1889,
At the itcll Toner.
For Hie purpose of 13ler.tinir a Clih-f
12ngincei and iwo Assiiliml 'Engineers
lor the slid File Department.
Bay" Polls will be open at 0 r. m. and
clou at a r. m.
II KNItY SMITH,
403 tl beeicury 11. V. I).
HECi TO NOTIFY THK GENERAL PUHL1C THAT UY THE NEXT
STEAMER "AUSTRALIA" DUE HERE FRIDAY,
THE 10 in, THE
ffl60 : CASES : OF : aOODS 1-eii
PERSONALLY SELECTED 1JY Mit. S. EHRLIOH.
NEW NOVELTIES IN
Book & Stationery Store,
rrviI12 annual mooting of the stock.
X holders of Wilder' Steamship Co.
(LM), will bo held nt Hair cities iu this
city, MONDAY, November 10, lfcBU, at
0 o'clock A. M.
S. 15. RO.SI2,
Honolulu, Nov. 14, 188P, 401 ill
limited number of each
Have : Jist : Been : Received,
gjET" Make your putclcises eailv
if you de.site to bontl piesenls aluniid
ThoH. G. THRUM,
Toys of Every Description,
Boots and Shoes, Etc., &tc
gjT SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT WILL APPEAR NEXT WEEK &$
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
LARGEST -:- ASSORTMENT
The Nlpnon Yuaen Kuiali.t's Nrvv
fine Al Slcel SlvuuiBhip
2,rm Tons KvgUtcr,
Will leave for the shove port on
Saturday, November 23, 1889
AT 12 O'C'LOUK SHARP.
STl'iir lornHof freight or passage,
luiviug niiii'rior eithiii and Mrerugu no
(Oiuuioinilloiia, apply to
Wm, Q. IRWIN & Co.
1U5 If AK"t9.
Tor the Island of Oahu,
rpill'2 Courts of Tu Appeal, rorliio
X lhlainl of Oahu, will hold f-lltinjn
at the following Hints und places, If
lliero ure any appeals to be licurd:
For Ihe Honolulu D.sliicl, in the
Court Room of tho Polleo .liiMirn of
Honolulu, nt 1 o'clock e. m,, on MON
DAY, Ihe 13th day ot November, 18S4.
For lilts Kwa and Wniiiiinu Distilct,
at the Kua Court Hume, nt !) o'clock
a, u , on WEDNESDAY, llio 20ih day
of November, 188!).
For the Wiiinlua Dbtriot, at the Wain,
bin Court IIoupv, at 8 o'clock a.m., on
THUKSDAV, tiie aiht uny 01 November,
Foi the ICoolauloit District, at Mnkiio
Court IlotiB.', lit 8 o'clock a. m on I'KI.
DAY, ihe vSnil day of November, ISS'J,
For Ihe ICoohuipoko District, at tho
Kanuohe Court llmi'c, nlUo'chek a. m
on SATURDAY, the 2Jrd duy of Nov
em her, lBbll.
Polico JiiMlro of Honolulu, O.tliu.
Dited Honolulu. Nov. 12, ltftU.
Bluck Spanitdi Lace Flouncing, from $1 yanl upward.
Hlnel; Cluiutilly Lueo Flouncing, from $2 yard upward.
Ecru, Cream & Wbito Oriental Flouncing, from fiOeU yard upward.
Extra Heavy (new Htyle) Oiient.il Flouncing, from if 1.2.1 yard upward.
Dress IXlets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
Full UBbOittucnt of all shades of C.ihhniere, Moiree, Satin A Cms
(jiain Ribbon. Velvet Rugd in all mck jiint received.
Rent v.nioty iu Caiubtie, Swiss it Nainsook Enibioideries at
OB. IT. 3EHl1-,TEIS.S -Sc CO.
DrcHsinaking Dop.irtmont under the management of MIHR
100 FOIST STItKlCT,. HONOLULU.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Colgate S (lo's Celebrated Perilns & Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
BU H A C H
WARRANTED CIENiriNE & IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
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