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THURSDAY, DISC. 19, 1880.
THE UHUE FAIR.
Homo l'rorccclN Tor ;hnrlty.
.A laily from nn adjacent hamlet,
finding no other way of making her
elf useful, galliereil a lot of Uowers
iroin Mrs. Rice's garden, and tying
them into tiny button-hole bouquets,
offered them to the gentlemen, who
could not withstand her fascinating
manner, and thus the Fair made
eisveral dollnrs quite unexpectedly.
A few of the prominent gentlemen
of Lihuo and vicinity, having pur
chased a number of aprons, donned
t mm (fortunately the strings were
long enough to go round some of the
u'ender "rj waists) and paraded
around the room, making quite a
formidable Apron Brigade.
One gentleman, with a delicate
squash vine wreath encircling his
hat, and a huge snnllowcr pin-cushion
adorning his expansive bosom, pre
sented a most esthetic appearance.
1 lu loudly expressed his opinion that
'the Kair is a swindle," but he
patronized it largely, all thosaine.
Another gentleman who evidently
desired to give a certain sum in
hnrlty, bought many things at the
infferont tables, perfectly regardless
of what he purchased, and then
walked about the place, liberally
bestowing his goods upon his lady
ucquaintances, who thankfully ac
Mr. Ilerger gracefully yielded his
liaton to one of the ladies of the
Fair, who mounted the platform, and
beat time while the American Na
tional Airs were played, much to
the amazement of the boys, and the
iimusement of the bystanders. It
vas remarked that they nover could
have gazed more intently at their
accomplished leader, than they did
ht his fair substitute.
ileforc seven p. in. the perfumery,
i-oiifectiouery, doll, fruit and toy
Mauds were sold out, the returns
being over SlT.'i.OO. A number of
those things that gladden children's
hearts were sold to a generous citi
zen of Lihtie, who distributed them
amongst a crowd of dilapidated lit
tle Portuguese and South Hea Isl
Not the least energetic worker at
1 he Fair, was the gentleman at the
truit stand, whose hearty "Here you
ure! apples, oranges and bananas!"
ilrow many observers from the sur
prised crowd, and all became speedy
purchasers of the tempting wares.
Another worker, who allowed no
yrass to grow under his feet, half
concealed his identity by a lady's
long white apron, and several shell
leis, but the stentorian tones in
which he announced, "Only a few
more lunches, this way!" belied his
There were many special attrac
tions at life different tables, which
vaubed a great rush, but nothing
was seized upon as eagerly by the
people, as the leis of tiny Niihau
shells. A little cask full had boon
sent from Niihau a very generous
supply but in less than an hour,
not a shell was to be had, and the
nnug little sum of S51 had been
The amount of food consumed at
the native table proved how palata
ble it was. Every Hawaiian delicacy
. was to he had, the poi was served in
bankets woven for the occasion, and
each customer was allowed to cany
the basket home as a souvenir of
the Fair. The receipts at this table
were 8144. There were one or two
funny mishaps, such as a basket
tilled with poi being deposited in an
unlooked for spot, one unlucky in
dividual in passing by, stepped into
the sticky mass, thus literally "put
ting his foot in it."
A few of the ladies interested in
the Fair (at which 1200 was the
net result) went to Kealia to pur
chase Christmas gifts for the Sab
bath School children. It is but jus
tice to Mr. Fniichild, and all con
nected with the store, to say how
well the ladies were treated there.
The gieatest attention was shown to
them, prices were reduced, and a
nice hot lunch was served. Some
of the ladies visited the mill, where
the diffusion process was explained
to them by the affable Mr. Wil
liams, one visited the Kapaa school,
and altogether they spent a delight
ful day. Vkuita1.
Liliue, December 14, 1880.
A HEAT BLOTTER COVER.
Every year ahout this time the
Union Keeil Company remembers itH
numerous patrons as well as the
public in general with a nice holi
day jift. This year it is a very
neat ami pretty celluloid blotter
cover, with a picture of a youth sit
ting on a fence, and a calendar for
1890. Attached to the cover are
five hlottera of different colors, on
which arc printed full particulars of
the supplies kept ou hand by the
company. "When these blotters are
used, new ones can be obtained at
the company's otllce, and attached
to the cover. The cover is both
ornamental and very useful.
QCHAUMCONFECT In ureal va
yj rlety, at the Elite, try some.
CANDIES the llncst ami In meat
. variety at the Elite. 4'H at
J"' EBKUCHEN""(Um"'y Cukes; the
J irenulne artUile ot the Kltn.
9 m at
OAHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE.
Trains leave Honolulu 8 and II n. iu,.
tip. iu; arrive Ilalawn ft MA nntl 11:45
a. iu., ;t.t5 i. in.
Leave Ilalnwn O.UOa tn,, I'iiHO and
l:13 m.! nrilve Honolulu 10:15, u. in.,
1 :15 nntl 0 p. in.
St'NUAY Leave Honolulu Oi.iOa. in.,
12::io and si p. in.: nrrle lliilawa 10:15
n. in., 1 :15 iiitd ;i:l5 i in.
Leave llnlawa 11 a. in.. I :I5 mid 1 :15
p. lib; nrilve Honolulu 11:45 a.m..
J::'.0 mid 5 p. in.
BUY your Holiday floods at KIMiel's
nnil ask for a (Jin Istuus Piescnt.
SILVER, Ptartildow nnd aiawi
Presents given away l Fluid's
WANTKl) nn Active, Trust woi thy
iMhii n Collector who will reu
tier mi ciiiiviiluiit fur sulmy received.
Aihlic-s PoU UIHee I.ocl; Hnx Nn. JI5I.
tliviug full piirlirultus, icft-raires nnd
salary tequlred. Nonooihci noticed.
Furn tailed Cottage To Let.
jifllit A X1'AT Cottage, desirably
(JJ5ot2tW located, containing t muni's,
Knrr nteelv tin niched, kltchen.bnth
room, suable, heiiery, etc. Lot 12Ox'.U)0.
lawn, shade tiee and Hovers. Hunt
$40 per moiitli, Including water rate and
HAWAIIAN" M'SIXKSS AOHXOY.
J. E. GOMES,
llnijeniovcd to Melncrny Mock, .where
he is prcptrcd to execute in llrst eliiss
style all ordeis entrusted jto htm.
Watch Work & Diamond Setting
Ho not f.iil to cill and exnitrne his ele
gant iistortmeiit Ol
JHoliIa.y : GJool.
Consisting of the latest styles In
Watches, Diamonds. Jewelry, &c
FOll SAN FJlANCIHt'O,
The Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for the. above
poi t on
Friday, Dec. 20, '89
For Freight or Pas-ue, apply l
VM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
F. HORN'S PIONEER
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
ICE CREAM PARLORS
Will hnvn on linml anil for sale tlie
Itrf,'('Ht Stock hiiiI Gn'i.tcsl Variety
ot IiIk tine llavmcd ilecoritleil
Fruit, Cllron, Ponnfl, Jolly
I'Vom $1.00 iijiwiimI; ami siniill
JP L S rJ? K. I 13 ft
Of ninny ilworiptinnsj :ilf(,
FANCY & PLAIN
OrcM vaiiety of
Suffar Toys & Articles,
For C'liiNtmns Tftlilc mnl Trt'ii (Jriui.
Wax TnjicrH, Solf.suppnrting (Jlliluil
Decorated : :- Cliristmas -:- Trees
Anil 500 of Horo'a o nuuli appro
MINCE -:- MEAT
A till nil lot of (leniiiue
Or so-called STOLLEN I
toJr" Please leave your nnlern enrly,
nsallllio HhoviMuuiicd will In: wild Rl
Die uifiBt rt'iinrtubl pilcei ui:d small
prolitu Id null the tinier. '
tSf" The lurgoet, most pleatmiU, ipiiet.
est and innst emnfurtabbt lev Creniii
l'rtrlm- lu Honolulu: no acUiiow lodged
by bin iiuuiuioiia putrous.
74-tt BOTH TELEPHONES SWT74
Practical Confectioner, Partry Conk
Its Oronuieater, lintel unnonlte
Iittlifl street. 437 101
SUPPLEMENT TO DALLY
Ladies & Gentlemen's
UIOin'CKl) PRICKS Dl'IUNf!
Also, a Now Invoice of Liil's Extracts in 2 oz. Bottles:
VERVEINE, YLANG YLANG,
(AMELIA, .IOCKEV CLU11,
Vlt 1LETTE, Ol'OPONAX,
GARDKNIA, ETC., ETC.
MS-O A ( HOICK A
c?oitru' Wanps ! ia
J5c2f" All Watches will be sold
131 2w Corner Kort & Merchant Streets
&S CIVEW AWAY '"SSI
VISIT OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
FOR 30 DAY
OUR GRAND SILVER GIFT SALE
On MONDAY, December 16th, 1889,
Ouiinj; thin sale every customer piuclniKiiiK the aniount (if ..Wl
woilh will leeeive n hnnilMtine
Come anil examine our NEW fiOODS, and you will lind llieni mueh
newer nnrt lower in prices than cltewheie. It is our iinnlteialile iletciniinn
tion to have no leeourfe to initileadini: or lnisicprcsentation. Our adveiiic
inent truly ieprei-ent the.GoniU we otl'er for wile.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White Untrimmed Straw Hats
gjtT" hook at our Hotel Sticot Window" and sec the fine display of
Hilveiwaie nuitnhle for the Holidays. jgQ!
The ne.ir ai)roacli of the holiday. and overstock of Goods make it impe
rative that we make the most nulieal nnd HWeepiiiK eliannen in our piieca,
and we feel fully jiibtilied in jmhliely .-i.'-'crlin that in the emnin;; week our
p.tlions ('an ceciiie advantages in
Dry Goods, Milnry & Gents' Eirnisliii Goois,
Which have never lieen eiiualcd.
! HOSIERY ! HOSIERY
III 2 doz Ladich'DalbiiKKan Hoi-e,tilk clocked; 1 doz )o., only $1.10 for lliehn.v.
Ladii t.' (.'oloied llouleud ll.inilkcichiefs, good (iiality ; 7." cIkii dux.
CELLULOID GOODS, PLUSH GOODS, XMAS CARDS, AT COST,
S3T" Our Millini'iy is tin fiiieM iiiii e.xhihileil in Ihis city.
gjQT We will make jeduetinni. in all our ilepaitmeiils.
17HO.M .mil nfiir Januniy 1. IfttO, the
; IVuplu'ii Ice it Hofriijeratiug ('
will didlvcr Ice for one (1) cent per
pound W. K. KOSTBlt,
i'lOJ w Hecretary P. 1. Alt t o.
Superb Souvenir !
Tbu I'lctlicsl Ilawiiiinii Mi'iiicnlo
tver lSblied Is
'Hmnsfl8 ol' Uio
.lust received and for nib;
Hawaiian News Comp'y Store,
Hs received another lot of
NKW -:- GOODS
Per 'Australia "
tSF" IViiim and seo them. ,5ia
Ur Store Open Eveiy Evenlng
Fortetnet above King. owt
l'4JllN SOIVpM !
down low during the next two
Etc., Etc., Etc.
FOR 30 DAYS
Loading - Millinery IIoiiho.
Have just ojiened out a larpe new
Htoek ot Holiday Goods, conipiiidni;:
Set and Unset Diamond., Dioorluii,
KariingM, UracoletH, llaiigleB, Lace
and Scaif Pina, ltiiiK f the verj
lateHt desigiiH, Ladies' and Gents'
Gold and Silver WntcliCH and Watch
CliainB, LatlicH Fob and Vest Oliainu,
Clueko, lleautiful Silverware, te., te.
gJtT Prices within the icieh of
al). Ill lm
Alii persons are hereby forbidden
ft nm goliif; on to the undeMiieu.
tinned bindb tor tlui purpoK. of xlibiitiiiK
birdu mid (jame. The lunibi are tbu
Abiiiiiiaiia ot Kabaulki, Moaualun, Ua.
lawn, Alea, and a part of ICnluiinc, lhujit
extend tiom tho moiuitains to tlio Hea,
boundary coiiiuicnuing two mlloi from
Honolulu and ending nine. The Oov
i:i nuicnt road run tbroiigh tlu-Bo IuiuIb
and in moHt parta It sixty feet wide.
Owners of doijs are bereby nollllcd that
said animals are liable to be poUnnud,
xbnuhl they wander oil' Bald road, All
Miootln privllegoa that luive tmu
uranteit heretofore are now tnmulled.
J. I. DOWSKTr,
Honolulu, Dec. 18, 16UU. 1VJ7 2w
H. J DEOiaMUEtt 19,
l&mim miii i.ii. m in Mumyi
The Holiday S
1 have now on hand a Mattnilloput Assortment of Coods suitable for holiday prpeii(s, ooniislin
principally of the following linos.
Smoking Jackets, Silk and Embroidered Suspenders!
A MOST VAHIEH COLLECTION OK
Toilet Sets in Leather Cases, Plush Collar, Cuff & Handkerchief Cases,
AX EXQUISITE DISPLAY OP
SOLID GOLD SCARF PINS !
AUn, LINEN and SILK HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS, both in Plain, White and Kaney Border.
SILK Mri'TLEKS, SILK OVEllSHIHi'S, SILK SASHES, as well as the
Finest Line of Children's Clothing in this City.
Iu addition I have jut replenished my well-known stock of
Roys', Yoiillis' & ioi's Cloiiipj, Hals & All Kinds of Gouts' PinisMie fiooils !
B3 Headquarters for FINE NECKWEAR SS
Am a new depailure I hae, this season, imported a
KiM'i'hil Lino of KLEC1A.NT SCARFS put up bluffly h Fancy Hosces,
Which will thii'; make a most appropriate and seasonable jift. This line Includes all the lieivost. patterm auri
latest stvlcs now in voyuc in the United State. A beautiful assortment of
GOLD HEADED CANES
tt& l cordially invite a visit of
STAl'LK AlU'ICLKS to visitors as
SSCS Store Open Every Evening until
A SMALL INVOICE
Just the Tiling for the Holidays
Pacific Hardware Go.
- .I FT 1 -rai
jSr JM. U X f
NOW ilmt i lie riiinj; season is upon
ut, everybody wants n door mnl
Ilmt will be mi orniiiiiunl at I In; lic.nl
dour, mid ill tlinionghiy do the work
fl'ipiirwl of I j. The
llarlman Steel WHpb Mat !
Is just the thing. It cannot become
soaked by isiin, ua is the mice with liber
mats, ami it always keeps clean, lielng
made of Oalvuni.cd Wiiu
They Cannot Rust
As do many of ihe wire mats now in
use. They nre l.ir stipiirior to and fur
moie (I ii ruble 1 lot d fllier or riihher. C'.-in
lie hud of Sttel Wire :it
HaAvniian ITiivdwarc Co.,
Opposite Hpii'cl;uls& Co'h Hink,
42t if Knit street, Honolulu.
W. G. FISCHER'S
rnnioiisGi.ind Aclho it (Inblen
AVKOI (JUT STKKI.
Broiler and Hot Water Attacbmeuts !
Cniisuiiiinp one.tblnl LESS FUKL tluin
nny oilier Btovo in existence,
eltbor wood or cohI.
No Urlck Woik About It!
Just a Clean Cut Stove!
Whine Btiklne; qunlitlcji are iinnir.
Reversible Grates !
Tbls Grate is of a triangular form,
having three surface bleli nru leverub
ble, n) that a supnralo top surftice can be
used on allernati! days ; or If the one mir.
face in courBc of use bIiowd any wear
then the other can be tinned up, and mi
on the other, making it equal in dura
blllly to three distinct Oral (..
Fou bm.k nv tin:
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Port Street, Honolulu,
4111 tf Opposite Sprockets' Hank.
THE HOLSTEIN BULL
Will serve rows for the next three
monlhn. Pileu, fft tariiisurcni
423 lm King street.
n ii n W.nwi iritf rTn.TJn.'myi t.wl,-i.7.,,Ji.fQVa,'fliit-lgmrt.- IIM1i
eason Approaches !
inspection and will he pleased to show
well as to purchasers.
9 o'clock (-UU lw) Corner of Fort !Sl Merchant Streets.
HAS JUST RECEIVED per "AUSTRALIA.,"
Capo Cod Crranberie.", Atinoie'rt Mince Meal, Maine Muchc.iricB 21b tins, Yel
low Turnips, Carolina Sweet Potatoes, Choice Apples, Onions, New Cnp
Hsu'sin, New Crop Pi unes, Persian Dates, Smyrna FijjH (tmiall hoxe-i). Al
monds, Walnuts, llrazil Nuts, Filbeits, I'ccans,
MAPLE SYRUP, CRANBERRY SAUCE IN GLASS JARS.
Duel; wheal Flour, New Yoik C'lieef-c, Hams, I'.acou, Smoked Hciriu,
Smoked lleef, (Jernian Saiases, in tin foil, Kits Salmon Nellies. Table
Kruits in glass mid tins, and a General AF.'oitinent of
Groceries, Suitable for the Holidays or Any Other Season.
gjGF'l.piwo your orders, or ring up
-! I ncrny
Ltlodv. . ?'7'
Freiicli, BiEUik aid American Dry m Fancy Goois,
CHJLDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
l'l'LL LINK OK HOM1UY GOODS-
Kill Gloves, BiaiDOoi Dye Blacfc Hose in Ribbed & Plain.
K. It. IIi:yititv, Pusldent V Manager.
(ioni'ii:r HufiWN, Seei clary it 'I'reusuivi.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
pio. Sin'eckelft'IJniik, : Fort Mtieet, Honolulu.
IMl'OUTRItS and DKA1.KRS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware
Cliandelier.", Kleetoliers, Kamps & Lamp Fi.xtuiefy
P.iintF. OitH A Varnishes, Laid Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shut it Capi, Machine-loaded Cartridge,:, Oh.nnbeilaiw's Patout;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Plated Waie, Table & Pocket Cutlery,
Pluw-t, Pl.inleih' Steel Hoe.i, and
llait'n Patent "l)iiple." Die Stock for Pijic A Huh Otittin
Mniiila it, Sifitl Itoie, Knbber IIoso,
Wiie Hound ltubber Hose, Spineter-grip;
Sprinkleix & Spt inkier Standi,
t'ninn .Metallic Caitrid;,'e Co., " -
Hailman's Steel Wire Fenre & Steel Wire Mats,
"New Proeers" HoOt?,
Wm. O. Piihei'rt WroiiKht Steel Itanixert, Neal'i Canlaj-? 1'jtnH,
(i.itc Citv Stone Kilter,
"New Pioccm" Twist DiillH,
nnv'J'.l-.HO Hart's Patent "Dnples" Die Stock.
J. HUBASH Ta7Fr7ncisco
Informs his customers and the public
in general thut he will
OPEN HIS NEW STORE
In Jlclueriiy'n lllock,
Ol THURSDAY, Hie 19th.
Olvcliim a cull and exiuiiine hit now
Watches, -:- Jewelry
IS O "V 33 JL.rJ? I X3 s
Prices Marked in PlaUi Figures.
t& Fine DUinooiJ Work and all
klud of Jewelry Wink etcuteil In flrst
class stvle. fgm tf
inv various line nf FANCY and
.Ioiin Kn.h Viee-Presblenr.
Ckcii. lli:(.nv,N, Auditor.
other Aniieullui-.il Iinplemeiil,
Tlir Flit, I Noilluc Ilnrurullae
"8. C. WILDER'
Will sail for the'above port
On SATURDAY, the 2tst fostaot.
1ST For freight or pumge api)r lu
F. A. SCHAEPBR ft Cp., "
ro tt Aicwm.
TONY FOIt SALE 3
BROKEN' to sadille
Suitable for child to
ride, or for drlvluu la
Iihsetou. Apply U
AN Knercctlc, Triutworthy Mwi as
collector anil to make hi mart I
geoerally lueful lu the otUce, Addrt,
statlav fait place and terms dtttlrul to
"P. O, Dox 409." 3 t