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MONDAY, DEO. 2, IPSO.
Stmr Mikahnla fiom Knniii
Mtmr VImi fiom .nul
ae.hr Sarah unci i:ti7ii fiom Koolnu
Sehr Leah! from Kona
tfctir Rainbow fiom lioilau
dour Luka fiom llamnkuu
8i mr Kllaucn Hon fiom Uaiunl.iin
Simr Ktialn lor Koolnu poits nt 'J n in
Stmr Walmiiiialo fur Wnlauuo mid
Schr MIUo MonU for Koolnu
Schr Walohu for Ilium, Maul
Stmr Lcuur for ilainaliiia ami Hllo ports
at u i) in
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl at B p m
Sclir Ka Mol for Ouoinea, Hawaii
Schr Lnvlnln fur Ewu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am MNs packet Mottling Stni, Ouilnuil,
for the south Sen isluutls ut 2 :30 pm
Stmr W G Hall fur Ltihteiun, Mnnlnen,
Komi. b.ai ami the Volcano tit 1U
o'clock n in
Stmr 1'clc for Kona poi tfi nt 1 1 a m
Stmr J A Cummlna fur Koolnu nt 9 a m
Stmr Mikabahi tor Kuiial ut 5 p m
Stmr Walalea c for Kilauua autl liana-
Id at 5 p m
Stmr Viva for -"ani at 5pm
Schr Small & Eliza fur Koolnu
Stmr L kelikc for Maul at 5 p m
fctmr hilnuea Hon for llaniakua nt 5
Fiom Kauai, per stmr Mlknhnln, Dcu
1 Dr"N B Emerson, ') W Spit, It
Cattun, Mr Peacock, M A Uousnlvcs, Z
K .Meyers, Mls3 E Ka aukoa, II Chinese,
and 32 deck.
The strainer Mlkahala brought 1,030
bngs'siigar, t)0 bugs rice, 151 sheep, ami
18 goat skins from iwiuul yesterday.
Tlio stcuncr Kllauea nou landed yos
tcrday at Kalaupapa CO head of cattle
from Knwaihue. ltuin was plentiful
both at Hnninkua and Moloktii.
The barkentino W II Dlmond v,ill
leave on Thurbdny for Sau Francisco.
The Morning btar, Captain Garland,
sails to-morrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock for the !-outh Sea.1. A brief
service will be bed on bo.ml the vessel
prorious to her sailing. Miss smith re
turns to-morrow to her field of labor.
Lucas's steam whistle will be
blown daily hereaftor at Greenwich
mean noon, or in. 28m. 25sec. p. m.
of 'Honolulu, tituo. Ship captains may
correct and rate their chronometers
accordingly, RBtha time will bo given
with accuracy to a second. Cbro
nonometors will no longer bo rated
nt the Survey Office except in espe
cial casc3 when very short notico is
necessar'. Cards will bo send to
ship captains on arrival in port.
Jewellers need no longer be confus
ed by the double whistle at noon,
but sot by the timo as given above
Mr. Lyons of the Survey Office has
the matter in hand.
ESCAPING FROM PRISON.
AU Keo, a notorious Chincso
prisoner serving out sentences for
various offenses, escapod from tho
chain gang on November 29th but
was recaptured Sunday. He was
brought up in the Police Court this
morning nd pleaded guilty to es
caping. Deputy Marshal Crcigh
ton said it was the Bccond timo Ah
Keo had escaped, and asked for tho
full penalty to bo Imposed. Tho
luna must havo been very negligent
to allow Ah Keo escaped as he was
wearing a ball and chain at the time.
His Honor sentenced him to ono
year's imprisonment at hard labor
to commence at tho expiration of
his former sentences.
A special meeting of the Hawaii
Baseball League was held this noon,
President W. F. Allen in tho chair,
to hear a communication received
by Mr. Geo. "V. Smith from Man
ager Hart of the Bostons. Mr.
Smith read tho lettor which staled
that the Bostons were desirous of
coming to Honolulu in January, and
play a few games if a guarantco
could be obtained.
The opinion prevailing nt tho
meeting was that the weather, might
bo bad, and it would bo much wiser
for the League to appropriate mon
ey for new grounds.
A motion was adopted that Mr.
Smith vyrito to Mr. Hurt and inform
him that his lettor had been placed
before the League, and that it would
be impossible to play games at tho
time mentioned on account of tho
uncertainty of tho weather and for
Our Pnia correspondent
"no news" and proceeds to
as follows :
Borne liquor cases wero disposed
of nt Makawao Polico Court Wed
nesday. Two or three got "stuck"
nnd about as many got "clear,"
Great interest is shown in the
Manl Rifle Association, and there is
always a good attendance at tho
Hhootlng. Tho club Iiob BOtno very
trood shots amongst tho members,
and medals will bo hotly contested
Raiu is needed badly on East
Everything is quiet, loo quiet iu
fact, in politics. Public meetings
ought to bo called. They aro said
to bo working bard, but secretly In
Wajluku, and, it is feared, in oppo
sition to tho present Ministry. Tho
"hero" baa been hoip aud Ins iullu
- ence is groat with the natives,.
LOCAL & CEHERAL HEWS.
hers tills wtok.
Juelii pitsnt Clinm
II. 15. .M.S. Espiegle
a nruiKo for it few day.-.
lms gone "n
Two girls mo wanted in
Fisdiel's mlllinoiy dep.iitment.
'I'm: fit si half of :v letter fiom
.lolin M. Iluinei uppenii on tho
The band will play in front of (he
BellTowei this evening during the
I... tf. .
Tun City of Itio Janeiro leaves San
Francisco to-morrow for Honolulu,
en routo to China.
Tnr. HPbipnro in tho bankrupt es
lato of M, Dickson has a notice to"
The officers of tho Honolulu Ri
fles' Battalion will nu'ot at Jiend
quarter thin evoning.
A mketisg of llnwaiian Loelgo No.
21 will bu hold this eotiiii for the
election of ollieers and other husi
ne.su. It looks as it tho Iolanii would
win all their games in tho Junior
baselull league series. Thi'.v on tuip.ly
play n strong game.
The Iolanis bent the Runabout) on
Saturday by a ficoro of 11 to 10 with
an innings lo spate. Tho Kmraeks
nine scored G to tho Aalus 4.
In anothor column will bo found
changes and additions to tlio Mutual
Telephone Conipany'ii subscribers
list. Cut it out and pas to it on yoin
Tin: tenth oignn recital will he
given nt Kaumakapili church Tues
day evoning, December 10th, when
nn attractive piograninio will bo pre
sented. The tender of J. Todd mid J.
Smith for tho building of u new
school house at Milolii, S. Kona, Ha
waii, has been accepted, and that of
Sam Kanahelo for a 'new houio at
Huou, Hana, Maui.
Tiiekk will bo no concert at Emma
Square this evening, tho band going
to play at the Fire Dcpaitment elec
tion. To-morrow tho band will go to
Kauai by tho Mikahala, to furnish
music for tho fair at Lihuc.
The tender for supplying the
Board of Health with fat beef cattlo
nt tho loper settlement on Molokai,
for tho next six months, has been
awnrded to Samuel Parker through
his agent, lion. W. F. Allen.
. .a. .
Onk reason that tho advertising
patronage of the Bulletin is so very
liberal, is because its ciiculation is
much larger than that of'any othor
daily paper published in tho king
dom. And tho public knows it too.
Just as the church bells woro ring
ing last evening, nn alarm of firo
waH sounded. A lamp in a nntivo's
house near Smith bridge was upset,
but tho flames wero soon put out.
Thoro was no need of tho depart
ment. Tun meeting of the Hawaiian Mis
sion Children's Society Saturday
evoning, at Mr. F. W. Damon's resi
dence, was well attended. Thoio
was a brief musical programmo and
an address by Goneral J. F. B. Mar
shall. The annual election of engineers
for tho Honolulu Firo Department
takes placo this evening at tho Bell
Tower, the polls being open from 0
to 9 o'clock. Thoro aro two tickets
in the Held, Wilson, Norton, Boyd,
and Asoh, Thomas, Kaia.
In tho Polico Court thin morning
eight drunks woro fined $(?, throo $5
and ono $10, mnking a total of $73
addod.to tho treabury. Tai Su, for
having opium unlawfully in .posses
sion, wnq fined $50 with ono hour's
imprisonment at hard labor.
A semes of "Talks" on popular
and interesting subjects lias been
arranged by the Y. M. C. A. Tho
first to bo givon to-morrow evening
by General Marshall on "Hawaii
fifty years ago," will doubtless provo
an interestinz theme to old and
young. It will bo froo to all ; both
ladies nnd gentlemen aro welcome.
. i . i
A Poutuoukbe with a baskot con
taining twenty-six henB' eggs which
ho was taking to dispose of at a res
taurant, jumped off amoving tram
car at Wildcr's corner this afternoon,
with tho rosult that ho was thrown to
tho ground and his eggs all broken
save thrco. Tho unfortunate egg ped
lar's mishap mado much amusement
to some bystanders who wore unsym
pathetic enough to applaud tho per
formance. Olits. DttdoU gives up tho fashion
ablo boarding house bearing her
name, undejr tho advice pf beivphysi
clan, retiring to tho Hart lefcidenco
on Nuuanti avenue. Judgo and Jim.
Win. Foster, who have beon staying
at the Dudoit bouse, havo takon ono
of Hairs cottages, in the namo
avenue. Dr. and Mrs. Durr lcavo tho
bouse for Dr, McOrow's cottago, Hotel
fitrcot. Mr. Hamilton Johnson takes
the Dudoit houso on Jan. 1st, and
will run it in connection with Wni
Y. M. C.
A. book-keeping class
Harmony Lodge No,
3 I. 0. of 0.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
M. at 7:30.
Meeting Lino Offlcois Honolulu
RifloE, at 7:30,
Annual election Honolulu Firo
Department, 0 to 9 p. ni.
TUB YAOHTO TROPHY.
Premutation of tin; Cliallnnsiv up
to the Wlutici-n ly I lii Kliit'.
Aii inipotlnnt event in the yacht
ing annul of this Mauds took' place
on Saturday nftci noon :il the boat
house of His Majesty tho King. It
was the presentation of the silver
challenge cup and a luimkuino pen
nant won by the yneht licalani on
llio 4lh of July. U Majesty, us
1'rcsldont of the Hawaiian ltowing
and Yachting Association, nuil who
has nlway9 done so much in stimu
lating yachting nnd rowing in the
islandswas asked to make the pre
sentation, and gracefully acceded to
Tho presentation look place nt
1 o'clock, and there wore piescnt on
tho occasion His Mojcbty the King,
lion, Win. G. Irwin of thu yacht
Ilelenc, Hon. C. P. Iaukca and F.
M. Hatch of the licalani, Clins. Ii.
Wilson, Vice-President, nnd Wnltcr
M. Giffnrd, Secretary and Treas
urer, of tho Association, W. L. Wil
cox of the Hawaii, J. M. Monsair.it
of the. Spray, J. W. llobcrtson, H.
M.'s Vice-Cliainbuiliiin, J. M. Dow
sett and J. II. Wodehouse, Jr.,
members of Hie Association, and
Wray Taylor of the Hullktin. An
elegant lunch was provided by His
Majesty, and on the table, which
was nicely decorated with (lowers,
btood the challenge cup. After am
ple justice had been done the good
things His Majesty rose and said-:
liEFUKbEXTAriVKS OK 'I 111! HAWAIIAN
Yachting fc llowisvi Association,
At a special meeting of this Asso
ciation held on the iSlh of June
last, it was resolved that a sum be
appropriated for the express pur
pose of purchasing a silver cup, to
be sailed for annually on the -1th of
July, said cup to bo called the "Ha
waiian Challenge Cup." Subse
quently a Pennant was ndded, and
tho prize then was the "Hawaiian
Challenge Cup and Pennant for
1889." The first race under tho
new conditions was sailed on the -Hli
of July. Five yachts I think stmt
ed, the race wns won by the lica
lani, being closely followed by the
second boat. Gentlemen, you arc
present on this occasion to witness
the presentation of the above piizc
and pennant to the owners of the
winning yacht. Messrs. Inukcn,
Hatch, and Brown : As President of,
and on behalf of tho Hawaiian
Yachting and Rowing Association, I
take pleasure in handing over to you
this handsome souvenir of an enjoy
able day's sport, and n well-contested
Hon. C. P. Iaukca, one of tho
owners of tho yacht Healani, in re
ceiving the challenge cup said:
Your Majesty and Gentlemen, In
receiving this trophy from Your Ma
jesty's hands, permit moon behalf of
the "owners of the yacht Healani, to
express my great pleasure and sa
tisfaction in now bearing away the
palm during the first year of its
competition. It must also be highly
gratifying to Your Majesty that the
Healani, with which Your Majesty
has so long been associated, should
have successfully competed for the
cup. The great interest which Your
Majesty has for many years shown
in yachting has no doubt nnimated
others to a like appreciation of this
healthy and instructive sport, as evi
denced by the number rt splendid
yachts now adorning our bay. In
thanking Your Majesty for the honor
conforrcd, permit mo to express the
hope that Your Majesty may continue
to assist lovers of yachting with your
gracious patronage. With Your Maj
esty's permission I shall ask the
gentlemen present to join me in
wishing yon, our royal President of
II. Y. It. Association, a very good
His Majesty's health was drunk
by all standing, after which social
conversation, principally on yacht
ing mattors, was indulged in for a
The Challcngo Cup, which is a
very handsome one of solid silver
and old silver finish in the form of
a Japanese vase, is lettered on one
sido with tlio namo of tho Associa
tion, while the other side has a
splondid view of Diamond Head
with two yaohts running seaward.
It is embellished with birds, fishes,
seaweed and marine emblems. It
is a perpetual cballengo cup, and
Messrs. Iaukca, Hatch and Cecil
Brown, the owners of the Healani,
hold it for ono year. A pennant is
given to the winner each year. The
ono this year is of a whito silk
ground with tho monogram II. It.
Y. A. in blue letters, surmounted by
Hawallaa Lodge, Ho. 21, F. & A. H.
TM1KRB will bo a meeting of
X wniian Lodgo No. 21, V. d: A.
nt its lull, corner of Fort nnd Queen
streets, THIS (Monday) EVENING,
Dccenibur 2nd, 1889, ut 7:30 o'clock, for
Business & Election of Officers
For tho ensuing Masonic Year.
Members of Lodgo lo 1'rogrcj nnd nil
sojourning brethren uro fraternally In.
vitcd o bo present.
By oider of the W.". M.
T. 0. FORTKR.
ON Nov. 37th, from
Llllha hlrcot, a
Black Horse, mull
btaruu forehead, brand
under mane. ioro on
left fore foot, about UK handb. Atult
able reward will he given hy returning
the same to
410 at peter morr.
ALONG felt want (mpnlUdi Kow
open the bit gent, mutest, frcofrom
tho mounting flies, .-dry nml miwKo.n
fortibln leo Cream l'nrlcr In I mo'iilu,
wlieie Hiliillli'Sor p.titiuH tn tl-e number
of :V"i ptiMiit' inn iiil(llv nml uwlis
liirliotl enjoy a plain of l UoliN's leli
cinus mirt "Ire Creniii wlili take and
other UulleieliH m the line ut (onfee
liuntry and jmsirlt-H of home iiiniiiifiie '
tiiie. !, weikly and Lite: f.iuign ,
papers alwiiya kept al the I'lomcr luiin j
Untidy Factory, IJoket nml fee Cream i
I'nrloi", lintel between 1'oit and Nun.
aim slvei.li Until Telephones Nou 71.
AT THE I'lmicei StiMin Camly Km'
toiy, ll'iliery fc lee Cream Ptitlors,
established 1803, pure, rich nnd line
llavnrcd lee Uream wiP Irom this day
be kopl mid served from Poicolnln
Lined Ice Crcnm Conlnltiiw, piocurcd
rd Krcnt expense, which will retain the
natural fine llavor of good Ice Cream
nnd avoiding llio injurious metallic tiistc
Imparted to ico intim if kept in tin
lined runs after the freezing process if
completed. The undersigned nspint
fully iultcs lovers ut line ll'ivoicd leu
Uream to a trial to convince llicinsuHc.
V. Hoiin, 1'r.iclicil Confectioner, I'as
try Cool; ft ll.iker. Bmli Telephone.-
No. 7-1. 413 tf
J ILL hold a sale of Fancy Articles,
vt nt liei icddenee, corner of Bore
tftiiirt'inil Knuloliuii Mice", neiirThomm
Square, on TIUJItSDAY in d FltinAY,
DccimlMT 5th and fitli, fiom 2 o'clock
v m to It o'clock t ii. -Unfit
K DOZEN Young I'Ikooim.
t) Applvnl tliO Hawulian
Hotel Biulilf-. -mill
OOMSFurnlMiwI or U
furnished, at No. !ii
lEmiiu street. No children.
Fire Mint Voters !
PLUA9E lake notice that hy virtue of
tho power ested in mu hy 8eeil"ii
bof tho Department Uylnws, I hereby
promulgate the folio .Clog ruloM to bo
observed at the eomini; election for
1 Thftt no mrllsMt nneecli miklnc
shall bo allowed within twenty yards
of lli Tolls..
2 Thai each voter t-liull have frre
access to the Polls without the interfer.
ence of any person.
.1 That no challenge of votes shall ho
noteil nt the Polls without first Rivinir.
the ground of snch challenge.
t Tint bofora coming to the I'oljj,
each vour ehill uncloio tlio billot in an
envelope provided for that purpose hy
tlio Secretary of the Department.
The several Foremen aro respectfully
requested to BBsist in carrying out the
ahovo rules, and to seo that each mem
ber of his compauy is provided with aB
many envelopes as there arc tickets in
The Foreraon shall he provided with
all the envelopes needed.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, t889. IIS 3t
Spreckels' Block, Room No. 10. 410 lw
. 104 FOItT STBUKT.
Omci: Hours: 0 a. m. to 12 m. nnd 7
r m. to 10 r m
Mutual G08-aTELEPH0NES5r3cll 475
Office Hours at Rohello Lane, l'nlnma:
1 r. m. to G v. m. -HOtf
For Pipe & Bolt Threading.
Both Guides anil Dies Instantly Adjustable.
No Wrench, Thumbscrew or Collets, tool
complete In itself, and will do moro
nnd bettor work than any
other Hnud D;c.
OBT Dies easily sharpened on nOrlud.
stouor Light, Strong, Compact, Hiinplo
gud vory toslly oporuted.
A Word Aboutthe Bolt Die Stock
No turning back over tho Hit ends after
it S3 once cut, U a prominont feature of
tho "Duplex "
All mechanics agreeing that the turn,
itig hack .against tho cutting edgn in.
juros tho Dies much moro than llio ac
When tlio "Duplex" Dies become dull
hy ciittlng.Mhey cun readily bo renewed
by sharpening on a grindstone. Thus
making tho life of thcoe Dies louger, at
least hy four fold than any other made,
and nt tho same time avoiding tho com.
men occurrence of stripping or weaken.
Ing the thread and rendering the work
This tool, when set to any desired
size, enn Instantly he released and lifted
olf and reset to same sire without trial,
thus Insuring all tho thrends uniformly
alike. It adjtitds to all thu variations In
Iron rough, oversized lion is aliaved to
standard sizu and threaded ut tho same
lime. This cannot bo accomplished
with any other Din Stock. Tho "Dup.
lex" being ue only tool uiaetn allowlu
one set of Dies to accurately cut twn
distinct sixes la thu unjubtment no
wrench, curew driver or any e xiin tool
being used and when adiustuj Is as
rigid ns a solid Die, and will do at least
one-third moro work In tho sntno space
of time. Wecolicit a comparison with
other makes, both ns to range of sizes
oach tool cuts, ui)d prlcew, s well as
price of extra diet).
fjy" For finlo hy
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co,,
Opp'ojlle Spreckels ii Co.'n Bank,..
Port street, Honolulu.
A few lilt1
ion vi i in rnr-
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
-lVrt siroet, Honolulu,
Ull lu Uppu'i e.picckcli' Hank
W. G. FISCHER'S
Famous Grand Active A (loldo'i
Broiler and Hot Water Attachments !
Consuming oucthlrd I.1ISS FUEL tlmn
nny other stovo in existence,
either wotal or coal
No Brisk Work Abotit It!
Just a Clean Cut Stove!
Rovorsiblo Grates !
This Orate is nt a tiiangulnr form,
having three surfaces which mnrevcrsi.
bio, o thst a separate lop am face cm ho
used on alternate da) ; or 11 the one sur.
face in course of uso i-hous any -wear
then the other can he turned up, and so
ou tho other, making It equal In dura
bility to three distinct Orates.
F01I sw.k nv Tlth
Hawaiian Harilware Co.,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
410 tf Opposite SpreckeH' Bank.
Mil forilly Gilts
I havo Just received from llio manuf.ic
turers In Ireland a Inrge and assorted
shipment of Irish Linens of all kinds
Damask Table Cloths,
In new and beautiful patterns with
NnpkinH to match, from the chenpost
to thu best qualities manufactured.
Embroidered Handkcr chief a,
In all styles and prices guaranteed,
IRISH LACE HANDKERCHIEFS,
In all styles nnd qualities.
Of nil makes and patterns, the finest
selection over impm ted. Also,
Doyley's Toilet Covers, Towels, &c &c
Also, a few very choice
CABINET : PH01JO : ALBUMS,
Manufactured by ,Manms Ward it
lOSlf W. O. MLMtOUL.1,.
I)r. M. E. GROSSMAN,
Returned ou tho Australia and has re
sumed practice ut bis former otllcn, 03
flolel streni. ' IQflif
Hawaliuii Sufrar Coinpany,
NOTICE la hereby given that at a
meeting of tho stockholders of tho
abate named Company held Injloco.
lulu, Iliwulltn Island, on November
Unel, IdBO, It was voted to necopt thu
Charter of Iiicorporutinu grained by tlio
Il.innllnu Oovernnmnt. Notice la tnr.
liter given that tho limit oft.ald ehnrlir
is fifty yesais and llio liability of tlio
stockholders limited to tho amount due
nnd unpaid on thu abates lite lolloV.
ingollke-is ere elected lor tho ensuing
II. R. Itildttln , President.
G. V. Mncfurlem;,.. Vice-President.
I. A. Hopper ...Hi'crt'tarv.
E, M. Wnlf.li , ,TrcB.s ire.
I'. U. Jowi ,...,.... Auditor.
And the following wero elected ns
II. 1. Unlelwin,
Q, W. Maciarhuie,
J. A. Hopper,
O. N. Wlhe.f,
K. .11. watiii,
Hecrotary pro lem.
J, Uf 0. 11)5 1 m.U3 U
f ?RAS3E 1
Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THK fNITRb STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
From the N'kw Yoiik Ti.mi:, June 22, IBS'.'.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted -n now form of
policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promise to pay witjioitl condi
tions on the back.
Prom theCiiicxr.i) lNVi:?ri()AToii.
Always on tho alert, nnd ever anxious to give the public lhi most
nilvantnge'ouscontr.iel in life insurance, the Kipiitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York' litis, in the past, inudo many advances ou ohl methods
and has been the. means to liberalise life, as-uirancc in a greater degree
perhaps, than nny either nrganial ion. It is not ut all surprising, there
fore, ihni l his great company now e-oiues before the people with a new
contract, the like ol which has not before been known in life insurance.
from the ICusrrcKv Uceuviun, Richmond. Ky., .tune 23, ISgy.j
The Ktpiitablc LiTo Assurance Society has. in the past, done more to
create and maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of nny of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the character refurrcd to out or the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have horetofore lacked coulldeiice
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Kqullahln,
and assure their lives foithwith.
Tioin the Hoston 1'ost.
Th'w company has done more tlmn uny other to simplify llio assiuaneei
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
From the Pacific UNiir.itwitiTr.it, San 1'i.incKeo, July 1, 1S8U.J
The Kepiitable has already established a world-wide reputation -for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders nnd for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance its
reputation for enterprise anil progressiveness in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
S&f For full pnitieulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWR1GHT,
330 lni General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
EGAN & G-UItf Itf
Mi'Iiiotriiy Uloolt, Xo. 77"
Frincli, Enlisli and American Dry awl Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LINE OK HOLIDAY GOODS
Kid Gloves, Diani'M Dye Black Hose i 1M & Flail.
Gent's Pine Blue Flannel Suits,
Yonnj; Mon's Black French Diagonal Suits!
llnvb' Kino Light Weight CaFsiniere Hints!
Genl'is Fine Nockscnr, Itosicry, Underwent I
All the above Goods aro NEW GOODS
will be hold at VERY LOW FIGURES at
Chas. J. FiSHEUS,
The Lending Millinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel sU.
LARGEST : ASSORTMENT
Rliiek Spanish Lace Flouncing, from $1 yard upwind.
Black Chnntilly Lnco Flouncing, fiom $2 yard upward.
Ecru, Cream it White Oriental Flouncing, from 50ot yuril upwaiel.
Estr.i Heavy (now Stylo) Oiiental Flouncing, from .jil.25 y.nd upward.
Dress Nets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
Full assortment of all slmelos of Cashmere, Moireo, Satin & Gros
Grain Ribbon. Velvet RugB in ull sizi'H just received.
Rest variety in Cambric, Swiss &. Naiuswlc Embroideries at
3B. IT1. 3ESO.X-.EJE2.S Sc OO.
BJW DrcBsmaking Dopiirtmcnt under the nianagcment ol 51I9K
CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WORKS,
JOHN GKAOE, : : Proprietor.
SOLE MANUFACTIJREKS of "THK GREAT BLOOD
SARSAPARILLA and IEON WATER,
Gingor Alo, Sarsaparilla, Lemon, Cream & Plain Soda,
r ciijvjwjva. disss ciijsii. e
eW ALL AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED l'l'RI-: m9
t TCIIN ; H'X'RICICX' Til
Mutual Telephone 330 -tDu o tor- Bell Telephone 298
"Islaud orders promptly ulloiideil lo. nov-8-89-0iit
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The lkvl Ameiicnii l'innos in the World;
Tho Rest German Pianos for this Olinute.
Hi.. IIOFFSCIILAEGER it Co., Sole AgenU fur tho llauaiian Llnndt for
Hleinway it Soiih, New York; and Ed. Westeinmver, Merlin.
&0T For Sain nt Afoelorntc
- THE - PRESS
BROWN anil GREY-
mil NEW DESIGNS, anil
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A- lloneloir Vpriglit-.
Ed. HOFF8CHLAECER & Co.. v
King and ltethel Streets.