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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 4, 1P89.
, , ARRIVALS.
ritnir Klnatt fiom Hawaii and Maul
Stnir KimlA fiom Wnl.tnae nml Wniidua
SUnr v ulinmiulo from Walnlun ami
Stinr C R Blihop from Koolnu
ir hrOmegit, llmxwi, lium Hongkong
flchi-KuMol put bad..
H 11 M. 3 Eoplcglr, finite, fromaeiu'ao
Amblitnc l'luiitei, .McNeil, from San
Bchr Llbollho for Wnlniea
VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Kchr Luka for Hawaii
Sclir Mol Wablni! for Fniiiillo
Am bktno V 11 Diuiond, Drew, for ban
FOREIQN VESSELS Itl PORT.
11 D M S Espleglc, A 0 Clarke, from a
U S S Moldcan, Rear Adra KJtnberly,
US8 Nlp3lc.Lt Lyon, from unmna
Swd bk Ida, OleRon, from Toil Town
Send Am bkt S 0 Wilder, Grlfllths, from San
Haw bk w B Godfioy, Dabel, fiom San
Am bk Matilda, Howaul, from Burrard'a
Am bltt W II Dimonil, Drew, trom Han
Am bkt S N Oastle, Hnbbaid, from San
Br bk Omega, A V Brown, from Ilong-
For Kauai, per stnir Mlkahnla, Dec
3 It C Spalding and wife, Frof H Ber
gcr, O V Spitz, D K Xaone, W Aylett,
A McBryde, 1 V Raima, YV Mclcr. .1 K
Murkcttaud wife, Mrs II W Auld, II U
Ulukoii, members of the Hawaiian band,
and 50 deck.
For Maul, per stnir Llkellkc, Dec 3
II W Dry den, MisMcKcaguo and child,
and several others.
From Maui an 1 Hawaii, per steamer
Klnau, Dee ! Hon L McCully, wife,
daughter and servant, Win Chung Hoou,
wife and child, F Archer, wife and
child, Dr A .Monritz. wlfo and child, W
Betlowltz, Col O Oleic;. E D Baldwin,
H W Chamberlain, Hon A Youug, R
Ryerolt. C E Richards, W Wilght,, on
J Magulro, L seu, G C Aklua, (.hong
See, 11 D Baldwin, II A Bean, O J
Falk, Miss A Furgensen, A B Loobcn
steln, J A Gonsalves ami 72 deck.
The steamer Kinau broughtthlsmorn
inc 205 hairs potatoes, 101 bags corn,
18 bales wool, 1 liorsu, 178 green hidoa,
110 pk?9 sundries.
Tho barkentine S N Castle llulshe3
unloading cargo till afternoon. She
jjoes on the Mailno Rtilway after the
Wnlmannlo Is lowered, piobnbly to
morrow. The schooner Mol "Wuhlue came off
the Marine Railway to-day.
The echooncr Ka Mol, which sailed
on Saturday with lumber for namakua,
put back iuto port this morning, bor
mainsail botug torn during a heavy
bquall while crossing tho Mam chauncl.
The Biitlsh bark Omega," 80 tons re
gister, Captain A V Brown, was clocked
at Brewer's wharf this mornmg,- 75 daya
from nongkong, via Shanghai, 45 daya.
She had very had weather In the China
heas, and her rudder getting damased,
nIic put into Shanghai for repairs where
alio lemalncd for ten days. Sailed from
thence October 20th, had bead winds for
the most part of the passage. Sho
brought 804 tons of general mecbandiso
to Messrs. Tong On Jan & Co. A Por
tuguese, with his wife and three chil
dren, were the passengers.
The total number of1 deaths reported
for tho month of Noyombor, 188U, was
60, dlstnbu cd a follows :
Under 1 year.... 0
From 1 to C 3
From 5 to 10.... 1
From 10 to 20... 3
From 20 to DO... S
From 80 to 10
From 40 to fiO.
From 00 to 00. . .
From 00 to 70...
.03 Females, l1
Great Britain... 0
Other nations... 4
Brlghts Disease. 1
Bowel Compl'nt. 1
Cholera Infant'in 1
Consumption ... 5
Debility .. 1
Ucait Disease... 1
Luug Disease... 1
Xiver Complaint 1
Old Ago........ 6
Typhoid Fover.. 2
.30 IKOV1S88 G6
.40 Nov 1889 CO
Anuual death rate per 1000 for month
All otficn, 20.00
C. B. Reynolds,
Agent Board of Health.
The man who is most ready to
give ndviuo 19 tho ono who received
h great deal that he failed to use.
It is said that there are over six
hundred thousand regular opium
eaters In tho Statc3. There aro
over twenty thousand in Chicago
The most widely separated points
betweon which it is possible to send
a telegram nro British Columbia
and New Zealand, via America and
Yu kan't prazo a truly wizc man,
He knows just bow mutch prnze Ie
duo him; that he takos and charges
over all the balance to the profit and
jwMwwrwgW!JfucaCTTtifci miw .,m ucggv..e-jwm n MjwmwwMiwm
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
find lot mo offered (or
rai pouter want a
Mn Morgan will hold hi rash sale
.. M III
Tub Kinau lcaua fni Maui and
Hawaii on Fiiday afternoon at 2
Ruin Macfarlano A Co. 'a udcr
tiscmuut elsewhere oi their first
Jin. J. A. Gonsalvea has nriived
from KohaU, Hawaii, with many
views of sceiiciy.
Thk rogular monthly meetings of
Engine Companies No. 1, 2 and Hook
t Ladder will bo hold this evening.
Mr. Bergor and tho members of
tho Hawaiian Band loft last ovoning
on tho Mikahala for Kauai. They
H. B. Id. a. Est'iKaLE roturncd
from a cruise IhU afternoon, aud the
barkentine Planter is off port fiom
Mr. J. F. Morgan will soil the
household furniture at the residenuo
of Aire. H. Hart, Nuuanu nvonuc, on
Friday at 10 a. m.
Mr. Honry llcnipel has been ap
pointed His Hawaiian Majesty's Con
sul for tho Island of Madeira, vice J.
Tun offico of Secretary V. G.
Ashley of tho Oahu Railway and
Laud Company is now at tho ter
minal depot, King stieet.
OS Friday next at 2 p. m. tho ad
journed meeting of the Woodlawn
Daiiy and Stock Company will be
held'at V. O. Smith's otllcc.
The Missionary steam baikenlino
Morning Star loft yesterday after
noon for tho South Soas. Service
was held on board previous to her
Mn. Justice Dole has ovenuled tho
demurrer filed by defendant in tho
caso of Mary C. Beckley vs. George
Lucab, executor of tho will of Mar
A Mr.ETixo of tho Hawaiian Rifles
Association will ho hold Saturday
evoning at tho Hotel, to arrange a
programme for tho ninth somi-an
nual taiget practice on January 1,
1800. A secretary will also bo elected.
Mn. McCullum telephoned to this
office this morning that thoro weie
millions of caterpillars in Kapinbini
Park, and that hundreds of mynah
birds wrru having a rare feast. It
was quite a hight to witnesn. Mr.
McCullum said tho caterpillars camo
from the direction of Diamond Head.
The Friend has the following
item: "On tho evening of the 13th
Novombor Rev. Mr. Westorvelt wa3
arrested for faBt driving and fined
tho usual penalty. Ho was a littlo
late, and was going over tho Wai
lukn bridge at a slow dog , trot. Ho
said it was 'all right.' Quory: Was
In an account of tho trip of the
Moruing Star in the Friend,' it says
that a Portuguoso with his family who
wont from Honolulu to Jaluit, turn
ed up on Ponapo, that ho wanted to
got some land belonging to tho mis
sion on which to build a saloon, and
represented himself to bo a member
of Fort stroot Church, but it did not
,, ,.1 l...l. ,,! II
A cow ni tho end of a rope hold by
a Hawaiian-Portuguese on muloback
hncked into Messrs. G.W. Macfarlano
fc Co.'s office yesterday afternoon at
closing time Shor stubbornly braced
her foot on tho floor, looking out of
tho door, and resisted the mulo power
in front whilo scorning sovcro tail
twisting behind, for several minutes
to tho amusement of many onlook
ers. When at length dislodged she
led her drlvora round tho corner like
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles, at
Oahu Lodgo No. 1, K. of P., at
"Mystic Lodgo No. 2, K. of P., at
Service at St. Andrcw'n Cathe
dral, at 7 :S0. Choir rehearsal, at 8.
Servico ut Central Union Church,
Meeting Engine Co. No. 1 at
Meeting Engino Co. No. 2 at
Mooting Hook & Luddcr Co. at
Tho following have been arrested
on suspicion of being conoerned in
the hanging of IC. Goto the Japa
nose, at ilonokaa: T. G. Steel,
overseer, and John Richmond,
teamster, on Overend's plantation,
and W. C. Blabon. Tho threo men
were taken from Laupabocuoo on
tho Kiuau to Ililo where they aro
locked up in the Jail. Other arrests
are to be runt'o.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Two drunks forfeited hail of 60
Ah No nnd Ah Nee, who had a
fight ou the street, werofound'guilly
of nffray nnd both fined $5,
Kaanaana, charged with having
opium unlawfully in possession, was
fined $50 and sentenced to ouo
hour's imprisonment at hard labor,
Everybody in this world wants
watohiug, but none uioro than our
DALLY HUJ&iEOMNi HONCXLUiiU, !H. IM laOTM-iyiW 4, OTt.
Tho Hi!o Record of Nov. 20 U
tnostlv taken up with fin account of I
the editor's journey from
wliero sIir attended the
Court, through Hsmaktia and" home
to llilo. At Halo Puhi ii colored
man has n farm with 30 acres of
fino corn growing. Homer & Not.
ley's 1 audi was vhiied, ntid found
to have 11 fine block of mostly young
cattle. Their butter is in 111010 de
mand than supply In ilamakua and
llilo. They aro also planting corn
and DQwing barley. ' Mr. fl. M.
Horner drove the editor and a com
panion from his .plantation, Kukni
nu, to Ilonokaa, find the drive brings
out the following remaika: "To
think that we could rido over that
road when hardly more than 18
months bcfoic we had 11 rough time
to rido over on horseback, was n
surprise, aud as wo trotted freely
over thu road and up and down tho
steep gulches on easy grades, it
showed that the Ilamakua 1 oad board
had not boon asleep during that time.
The road nccdi nioro grading but
Blill it is easy driving over it, and
0110 can drive from a point two
miles this side of Horner's farm to
tho Waipio gulch."
Hamalcuft people were found nil
alive on the election business.
Soveral persons wore in the field for
Representatives, 'hut the Itocord
hoped Mr. Itickatd would carry tho
The Hainnkun Tax Appeal Board
was sitting. The writer thought the
taxation of land too high, and that
discrimination enough hnd not been
made between lands that had been
planted ten or fifteen years and vir
The Hilo road board has made
excellent nrades and Is steadily
working northward, aud if the
means hold out it will be possible to
drivu to llakulau within twelvo
Most of tho homestead lots near
Paauilo have been taken up and aro
being settled. Two Gcrmnns had
taken a lot, and, while one works on
a plantation to raise funds, tho other
is planting coffee and fruit on the
The surf the provious week was
tremendous alonjr the Ilamakua
coast A lot of fine building stone
belonging to tho Pnauhau planta
tion was swept over the faco of tho
The Literary at Mrs. Severance's
waB ono of unusual oxcellence and
was heartily enjoyed by all present.
The telephone company has moved
out of tho Catholic Mission premises
because, tho Record says, tho Mis
sion would not allow the public
library in the building. Fatbor
Bonaventura writes a noto denying
this, and giving as the reason that
the increased rent asked for accom
modating the library was tho causa
of the company's vacation.
The first snow of Mauna Kea
mado its appearance the morning of
the 25th ult. The fall wii3 very
slight a'nd a few hour of sun molted
AN EXPEHSiVE PLOVER.
Police Capt. Edw. Hopkins, lu or
dor to relieve hit) mind from the
severe shock it suffered in arresting
the five ferocious youug burglars on
Monday, invited two friends to ac
company him on a plover slaughter
ing expedition 3'esterday afternoon
to Coco Head. The captain and
his' fellow shooters returned late in
the evening with a fair-sized bag,
of whicli the captain got one. In
tho solitude of the Station House ho
was hoard thus to review tho evonta
of the day: "Let mo sec how much
that plover cost roe, SO cartridges
81.50, horse hire 85, doughnuts 40
cents, one pair of shoe lost tn tho
mud 83, soda water SI, total 810.00.
That bird cost too much. Guess
I'll buy my game next timo from a
Chincce duck peddler."
Tho S. S. Kinau arrived this
morning from windward ports.
Purser Beokley reports very rough
weather all along the coast. Whilo
at Papaikou last Monday evening
ono of the steamer's boata was
driven ashore. Tho crow lauded
safoly and walked to Hilo wliero
they boarded tho vessel. The Ki
uau could not touch at Laupahoe
hoe coming down on account of high
seas, bo no mail came from that
placo. Tho Iwalani was at Mahu
koim Tuesday noon.
UT L, J. LEVEY.
At 12 o'clock noon at salesroom,
a hay press, hay mower, dray and
TOY a Janaucso 'tariicutcr. a situation.
XJ Appiy at Jaiiauepo Kmployuiunt
Oitine, No. 20 Kingbtreut
T) V a ioung Woman nnly engage.
XJ m en t
ts in do duMdinnkiiiK or family
Apply at thii ollloi) 41B hi
rpWO Girls in tho Millinery Depart
X moat at
Cius. J. FJSHEL'S,
417 tf Lending Millinuiy liouso.
NOTICE Ie hereby clvon that I hnvo
this day appointed John Mngoon
to act for me under powor of attorney.
LOUIB M. TOU8HAINT.
Ilcnolulu, I)ic. :i, tbH3. 41fl?
itnwtiMfciM.srt v wim l
ALONG'f''H vvnDt supplied! Now
open tho largest, i'ou eat. fne liom
the moicMing uics, mrj m, rom com.
fortnblo Ico cream rarior in i o:io urn,
Wnlmnn I wliero f.imllleR or p utles to the uurobiT
r u of 5 pcrboni can ipUHlv nml mulls
tircult turnc,i onjov a pbiiu of F. Hoiin's dell.
clnus pure Ice ('ream with take and
other duliciicles In tho line of confve.
tloncry and pAitM' uf home nniuifnc
turu. "Diitly, w,euUly un' lines' furolun
paper nlwny krptnl the l'loncer "'iMm
Candy Factory, Bakery hnd irr-Oiiiiu
Parlor, Hotel between roil mid Nun
unu dtiri'ti Both Telephones No It.
AT THE Pioneer Sto-im Candy F"
tory, llnkery ,t lee Cream Pallors,
tmabllahed 1803, puro, tlch and tine
flavored Ice Cream will Iroin this day
bo kept nnd served from Porcelain
Lined lee Cream Container?, piocund
at great eipeiise, whioh will retain tho
natural flue lliivor of cood Ice Cfenra
aud avoiding the injurious mt'tttlilc ftiit
Imparted t Ico nri'am if kt.pl lu tin
lined cms after tho frcc.lng niorcFh Is
completed. Tho unileislgniii rtBprcU
fully luvliea Iovbm of tlnu tlavorrd Ice
Crcnm tn r. trial to oonvlnco ihnmrelveE.
F. Honx, I'ractlcil Confectioner, t'ii.
try Cook & linker. Both TelipUono-t
No, 71. -113 tr
l'srtli'B Intending t'i purchaso tho
dealiablo propetty liiiawn
Eatepe Planing Mill!
Gun sto an Inventory of the property
upon application to
J. O. OARTEK,
Kceutor Es'atn CI. Hardee
Honolulu, U(.c. 3, 13S0 418 Ct
Alteration of Time Tables!
ON' AKD A7TEU
Wednesday, Deo. 4th, 1
C.Ultf WILL IlUN At) rOLLOW6.
Kapalama, Ktcg Street aud Waiklkl
'TO WAIKIKI A hnlf.hourly through
rorvico will be maintained throughout
the day. Thu 11 rat car will lenve the
Company's Stables at Knpnlama at 5:47
a. tn , tho next 0:17, (1:47 a m. etc., and
the last at 0:47 p m , all running through
to Walkiltl. Theto caiB will pass Fort
street nt 3 and 152 ruin past every hour
ami tho Rillo lfengc at 31 aud 64 uiln.
past. A our laives Kupiilumi nt IC :17
p m for iho Itifld Itange only.
FUOX1 WAUIlCr-Cars will leave
WaiUllct Hrlrigo at B:47, 0.17, 0:17 a. m.
and cveiy half hour, running through to
KNpalatna, and pa-slni; the Hillo Ifange
t 8 and Sll mln. past every hour; Fort
streot at 23 nnd OS mln pnbt. Tho 10:17
p in. from Wnlkiki runs to tho Hlfle
llnngo only (except on Sat.nlays and
.Sundays, when it runs through to .Man.
nafcet utreet); and tho 10:17 p m. from
W&ikikl is Iho last through car.
A fifteen minutes' fervlco will be in.
troriuced during Saturday and Hundsy
Kuaanu Yalley Scrylce.
TO THE WIIABF Cars will leave
Piiuoa BVcry llliutn inlnutrs, commenc
ing at 0:3', 0:47, 7:02, 7.17 a m. and so
on until 7:47 p. m, alter which they
will Itavo every hulf hour until 10:17
p m. Thoso leaving at 2 and Si mln
past tho hour, proceed via Bcbool and
Fori streets; all others, except the 8:17
and 0:17 p. m., via Quo en street. These
cars will pass tho Centra Union Church
at 10 and 40 mln patt the hour, the ler.
minus being tho Inter Island Wharf.
(In Sundays the first car will leave
Pauoa at 8:17 a. m. and thereafter os en
FROM THE WIIAHF Cars wl'l leavo
tho Inter Iblnnd Wharf every fifteen
minutes, commencing, at 0:17, 7:n3, 7u7,
7:H'J a. m and so on until 7:33 p. m
a'tcr wnlch thoy will run every halt
hour until 10:03 p. ro. Thr.so leaving
17 and 47 mln. patt the hour, will pro
ceed via Fort und Bihonl streets; all
others' except tho 8:02, 0:03 nnd 10-02
p.m., via Queen streot.- On hunclayi
the first car will leave tb( wharf 8.U2
n. m. nnd thereafter as on weok days.
Beretania Street Servico,
FROM THE WHARF Cam will leave
thu Inter Island Wharf nt 0:30 n. tn.,
and every half hour until 10 p. m. They
will puss the Central Union Church 0
minutes after starting. Those leaving
at the hour will run to tho ltlfle Kongo,
and at tho half hour to Oahu College.
FROM THE COLLEGE -Cars will
leivu Oahu College tor the Inlenlstand
Wharf at 7.00 a. m,, and every hour
until 0:06 p. m.
FROM T1IE RIFLE RANOE-Cars
will leavo thu Hillu Rungu for tho Inter.
Ibluud Wharf, traversing Iterctania
street, nt 7:81 a. in., and every hour
until 0:36 p, in.
FROM PUNAIIOU-Tboso caiB will
pass tho cornur of Punahou and Be re
main streets, on route for tho whart. at
8 and S3 minutes past thu hour. 418 fit
Hawaiian Su?nr Company,
ATOTICK Is hereby ulvcn that nt a
X meeting of tho btockholdeis of tho
uDovo n lined Company held In Ho;o.
lulu, Hiuvulliin Islamic, on Nnvciuher
2nd, loSD, It was voted to nceept tho
Charter of Incorporation cranitd by tho
Hawaiian Government. .Notice is fur.
ther given that tho limit of ssld charter
It fitly ycnie and tho lisblllty of the
stockholders limited to thu amount due
and unpaid ou the sluitrf. Thu lollo.
Ingoflltura wore oloclid for tho enwilug
II. P. Bildwln Presldont.
O. W. M-icfarlmie...Vice.l'retidrnt.
J. A. Hopper ,. Secretary,
E. M. Walsh Treus irer.
P. U. Jones Auditor.
And tho following were oltctul as
II. P. Baldwin,
O. W. SUefurlaue,
J. A. Hoppnr,
K. M. WrtUh,
O. It. llUhop,
Hei rctary pro turn.
Honolulu, Nov. 4, mo, i)03 lm.U34t
J. E. GOMES,
Haft removed to Mulnfmy Block, who'e
he Is pnnund to ixrcuio In ilret cls
stylo nil on'eiR cntrnMid to hltn. '
Watch Work& Diamond Setting j
A Specialty. j
Do not fall toe ill ami c.ain1n? his cle- 1
gam anr'm"iit of
jErlolUSa.y : Goodw,
('oimitIng of tho laiestftyhs in
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, &c
Havo just opened out a large now
stock of Holiday Good", comprising:
Set and Unsot Diamonds, Binoche?,
Earrings, Bracolcts, Bangles, Laco
nnd Bcarf Fins, Kings of tho very
latest designs, Ladies' nnd Gents'
Gold and Silver Watches and Watch
Chains, Ladles' Fob and Ve&t Chains,
Clocks, Beautiful Silverware, Ac, to.
$jF Prlcon within the reach of
all. 414 lm
Kaipara : Mullet I
Btnr Brand In 1 lb. tins.
GONSALVES & CO.,
414 lw Queen MinM.
A few pieces of this
-roit saii; in TnE-
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
410 lw Opposllo Spicekcls' Bank
W. O. FISCHER'S
Famous Grand Active & Golden
Broiler and Hot Water Attachments 1
Coalmining oncthlrd LFS3 FUEL than
any other blovp In i htence,
either wootl or co'd
No Brick Work Ab'ou! It!
J uit a Cloan Cut Stove 1
Rovoraibla Grates 1
Thin Urate is of a triangular form,
hiving three aurfaccsrwhlch aro revorsl.
ble, to that a scparoto top nurfaco can he
uoed on alternato daye ; or If the ono bur.
face In course of ueo abows any wear
then Iho other can be turned up, and &o
on the otbor, making It equal In dum.
blllty to threo dUtinct Orntes.
FOIl IULE BT TUE
Hawaliau Hardware Co.,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
Opposite SprorkulB' Hank.
A few young ilioiuughbrrd
Berkshire -:- Boars
from importrd stock,
A I bo a few
FAT - TURKEYS!-
LEWIS & CO.
Bprtckclf.' Block, Room No 10. 4It) lw
XO VOItT NTItl'.r.T.
OKriCB IIOUKB! 0 A. M. to 12 m. nnd 7
M. to 10 1 M,
Mutual 008-aWTELEPIIONESc-BoII 475
Ofllco Hours nt Ilobello Lnnc, 1'ulama:
1 . m to n in it. 4tmf
Dr. M. E. GKOSSOTA.N,
Boturned oo Iho Australia ami but tv
Burned piacilcu ,t hi former olllc, 09
Hottl etrcot. W If
NOW TOR SALE AT
Thoo. H. Davles & Oo.'s !
Suitable for ptescDtfl,
DrotaliiK Cfte, silver inounlcl ,
Hand Dugs it Vallsn,
China Dinner Get'.
China Tea 8ot,
Fnnoy Mijnllr.a Waro,
Fancj Work Boskrts,
Fancy Brreena & l.ouipa,
Ktc , t.t. lite.,
Dolls! Bolls! Dolls!
Etc., B c, Etc., V.'.c.
An Immense VarMy.
TOYS, Toys, TOYS.
Tin Toyi, Piunw.
l0ll SCLM. Ofll'tM,
.MuMral Toyf, Etc., Etc.
A Li go Atrortmcnt.
Christmas & New Year Cards.
P'nrtfrom Itiphscl Tuck A:
find S. Hlldcbhcimer.
El 0. 0.
November 25, 1889.
At thn Doublo Storea of the
Hawaiian News Co.
35 A 7 aiorrhant HI.
Our Holiday Stock of Novelties
Co iiprldo thu larpn-' und ihoiciyt
ART -:- GOODS
Hj "VrHng, of llOitoo; and II. Tuck &
rAorn, of London; crer tcf.re
bhown in liono'.ulu.
XniitH Curd by tho 3ItlUn,
From S ct to $1.
Books & Booklets,
For old and yonnr. Many other
Goo. Ih Impossible to cuunic-rHto.
fi Call iiirly anil g,t tJi.t choice -ll
For Pipo & Bolt Threading.
Both Guides and Oloi Initially Adjuslablc.
No Wrench, Thumhacrew orColletp, tool
compte'e In Itself, and will do more
and bmter work thhn any
other Hand Ble.
tS?" Dice easily bharpencd on a O rind,
atouo. Light, Strong, Compact, Simple
und very easily operated.
A Word About tlie Bolt Die Stock
No turning back over tho threads after
It U ouco out, In a promiuont tenturcof
All mechanics agreeing that tho turn
ing back aiiuinal thn cutting edec lu.
jurus tho Dies much more than tho ac
When the "Duplex" Dlia become dull
by cuttlug. they cau readily bo renewed
by sharpening on a griudHtono. Thus
making tho llfo of thetc Dies longer, ut
Inant by four fold than any other made,
aud at the mmo time avoiding the com.
men occurrence of stripping or weaken.
lii;.lho thread and rendering tho work
This tool, when srt to any desired
fire, cau liibtnntly be releaecd and lifted
oil und reset to Hamo size without trial,
thim iuBurhiR all tho threads uniformly
id lie. It adjusts to nil tho variation! In
Iroiirnugh, oversized iron In shaved to
f.Utidatd size and tbreadid at the same
lime. Tli In cannot bo accomplished
with any other Dlo Btnck. Tho "Dup.
lex" 1ki1ii(j the only tool midc allnning
ouo est of Dies to accurately cut two
distinct tins In tho adjustment no
Wtfuch, screw driver or any rxtra tool
being utcd und when ndlusled Is as
rliflii as a solid Dlo. nnd lll do at least
one-third more work hi tho Bitmo space
of time. Wo solicit a comparison with
oihor makes, both as tn range of sizes
each tool cuts, und price-), as ucllus
price of extra dlei.
rBF- For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opposite Gprcokels Si Co.'s Bank,
114 lm Fort street, Honolulu.
i-N Nov. 27th,
Black Horso, fui&ll
btar on forehead, brand
under mane, sore oa
lett foro foot, at out 14K bauds. A tult.
ab'o reward will bo given by returning
tho sAme to
iioat peter man.
LAPIKft' "HONEST' SUOK9,
Uiitrimnied Hats !
Liilles', Mlsae-V aud Children's
iMlk, 75c to L00.
Boys' Cips New Styles - School Hats
dried and Unlaundrlcd.
and a nried assortment of
rr & 57 Hotel Street.
.1. T. WATKItHOESK.
Has J'iRt opened out a lnrj;o ntortimiit
of GooIb BUltahlo for the
JOolicIixy -:- Trade
HAND PAINTED NOVELTIES,
Yes and 'No Dolls !
And Polln of cery other drs
Now Games, Footballs,
And other kinds of Ualle.
Poll Carriages, Hocking Horses,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc.
Toys for the Million
-Nnw srvi.Es in-
WUli'turn by the"AustrolK" uet
Irip, with the
Finest Assortment of Jewelry,
Evti fiieu iu Honolulu, Including the
latent patterns unit designs lu
RUDIES, ETC., ETC.
From Oinnany, Frsnce, England nnd
RESERVE -:- YOUK
you examine hi btook.
well known (kill in
Enablw him to suit any tucy In orden
for upeclal work. 409 It
Mitto DffiMiy Gills
I havo Just received from the manufac.
lurers iu Ireland a laro and assorted
Bhlpmcntof Irish Linens of all kinds.
Damask Table Cloths,
In new and beuiitilul patterns with
Napkins to match, from thu cheapest
to thn heat qualities manufactured.
In nil btylos and prlce3 guaranteed,
IRISH LACE HANDKERCHIEFS,
la oil styles and qualltlce.
Of all makes and patterns, the tin est
selection ever imported. Also,
Doyley's Tollot Covers, Towels, &c, &e
Aho, a few very choice
CABINET: PHOTO : ALBUMS,
Manufactured by Marcus Ward &
Co , (LliulUxlj.
109 tf W. CI SPHOUJLX.
K tRADE J
A Semi-annual meeting of the
board of 'Iruktcei of tho QuoenV '
Hospital will bo held on THURSDAY,
tho 12lh December, 18S0, ut iho rooms
of the Chamber of Commerce, at' 10.
o'clock a. m. Amendment to tho By.
laws. I'cr order.
F. A. BOIIAEFER,
nonMuln, Nov. U, 1839, 4W td
S. r-i ., ijp.