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IDAJLY JlULLEiM3sT: HONOLULU, 11. I., JA-Nt'Am , 1MD.
irwswi'iw kihhm,imi yf nn wwjwpmw
In accordance i i .Section I of
Chapter XXV II. of e laws of 13S0,
all persons holding ter privileges
nr those paying wuto. tos, nn here
hy ltntilifil that tlio witter ntle-t for
the term ending June 'M, IS90, will
be due anil payable at tin- titlit-o of
the Honolulu V titer Woiks on the
first of Jftmwry, 1890.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen ilnya after they arc due
will be subjpet to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
piei:ent their hist iceeipt.
Hates tiro payable at the otliec of
the Water Woiks in the Kaptv.iiwa
The statute allowing no ilieiotioti
strict onfoi cement of thin clause will
he made. (M1AS. 15. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Works.
Honolulu, Dee. 21, 1SSD. -lilttf
JVetlfal to neither Heel nor Party,
But established for ike benefit of alt.
KltlDAY, .TAX. , 1890.
The Kamehanielia School press
has issued "The Handicraft Calen
dar 18H0," exceedingly neat in com
position but to be criticised some
what in its presswoik. It is on slips
bound with a bright bow of ribbon,
each page bearing a motto in honor
of labor from high class literature.
The printing class of Kamehameha
Hecm to be making steady progress.
A good deal of the IJii.lutin type
setting is done this week by help
from that institution.
A notice is issued te-tlay by a
committee of the Sailors' Home So
ciety, soliciting subscriptions to the
building fund of the corporation.
The 8um of S1",000 is estimated as
necessary to erect and equip a suit
able brick building, and toward this
amount are available a legislative
grant of $.1,000, a memorial donation
of 82,000 from Mrs. Maria Hackfeld,
and 1,000 from the Hon. C. U.
Bishop, President, on condition that
the remaining 87,000 can be raised
The lcplacing of the old wooden
.structure, destroyed as unsafe after
the fire of 188G, with a shapely and
substantial building, in which the
suspended work of hospitality to
sailors and other strangers might be
resumed, is a creditable enterprise
and we bespeak for it a generous
response to the society's appeal.
AN I MPO RTA NT QU ESTI 0 N .
The 29th section ot the Election
law provides that "there hhall be a
Hoard ot Inspectors of Election for
each polling place or precinct in the
kingdom, to consist of there mem
bers. They shall be appointed by
the Minister of the Interior as far
as possible from the opposing par
lies at each general election." The
list of inspectors published in the
1 C. Advertiser scaicely complies
with the law. In some instances the
inspectors all belong to one party.
Section 102 of the law says:
"Any person holding any position
of trust or proiit under the (.iovern
inent who shall, either personally or
through another, lor pay or without
pay, act as a runner, committeeman,
clerk, secretary, or in any other
capacity, for the purpose of procur
ing or assisting in the election of
any person, except as a voter, and
in casting bis vote, shall lie punished
by a fine," etc.
Doc3 not the foregoing shut out
government omciala from being in
spectors, etc. 'i There is a difference
of opinion on this point that should
be definitely settled.
HAVTA COOD NAME.
EniTon Humxtin : Now that tho
Mechanics' Union has joined forces
with tho Ilui Kaluiaina and jointly
agreed upon the principles which
mis henceforth to form a distinct,
party, I think the joint patty should
havo a party name, nnd I suggest
'bat it be known as the National Re
The mecliAutra are tho men who
, are entitled to the i.. of Hcform
and tho National fusion ot ui. '"oses
who want honest government, ai,1(
shown in the present movement,'
makes the title appiopriate.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
JT I,. .1. LEVIiV.
At 10 o'clock a. m., at salesroom,
regular cash sale, when will bo offer
ed a general assortment of merchandise,
eIchteeh Hundred and kihety.
llclow is the remainder of our
review of Hie past year, dealing with
Vurcign affairs. In the. domestic re
view rt good many errors occurred
through n compositor overlooking a
proof, hut the whole article will be
revised and appear in full in the
Whkki.y Uu.t.KTtN of Tuesday
The patt year has been eventful
in some parts, although the great
expected European war has held off.
Gen. Iloulanger, the "limn on horse
back," was a victorious hero in the
Paris elections of January. Soon
after he was tin exile in llclgium,
England, the Channel Isles, prose
cuted in his absence for political
crimes nnd misdemeanors, finally let
down by the populace with n thud
to a position where none U so poor
as to do him reverence. The repub
lic still holds bravely on its way, in
spite of disaster premised on the
fickleness of the Krench nature.
Parnell, the liish agitator, de
manded a royal commission to in
vestigate the London Times' charges
of criminality against himself nnd
associates of the National League.
Judgment has not been given, but
in tho midst ot the trial a big piece
of the bottom fell out of the "Thun
derer's" defense, when letters pub
lished by it, purporting to be fac
similes of Pnrnell'H handwriting,
proved to have been forgeries.
Gladstone, the "grand old man,"
is working the Irish cause for all it
is worth, confident that on that
issue he will live to wield the
power enabling him to give "home
rule" to Ireland. Tho llritish Par
liament voted 2 1,000,000 for in
creasing the navy. A railway acci
dent in County Down, Ireland, kill
ed about a hundred Sunday school
excursionists. The largest and
most peaceable and orderly labor
strike the world ever saw was cnt
ricd to a successful issue by the
London dock laborers. Australasia
has agreed to hold a conference on
a scheme of Confederation. Canada
is in a politico-religious furore over
the Jesuits' Estate Hill, passed by
the Quebec Legislature and refused
to be vetoed by the Dominion Gov
ernment, which voted $400,000 as
compensation to the Jesuits for
lands confiscated by the British
Crown at the cession of Quebec by
Prance. A terribly bad social scan
dal implicating some of the most
aristocratic scions vies with the pe
rennial fogs in beclouding London.
The Earl of Fife married Princess
Louise of Wales, n grand court
pageant signalizing the event.
There was an attempt to blow up
the royal palace in Madrid. The
Portuguese authorities made trouble
not yet settled by alleged violation
of rights of American and llritish
capitalists by tearing up the track
of the Dclagoa Bay railway in Afri
ca. King Leopold of Belgium has
been leading an international move
ment to wipe out the African slave
tiade, and arrangement arc com
plete for an early congress on the
subjeit. t'upt. Wissman has con
tinued his aggiessivc work of colo
nization for Germany in Africa. Or.
Peters, an eminent German explor
er, was massacred with his paity in
the same "daik continent." Stan
ley, the indomitable American, alter
th ice years' absence looking for his
fellow explorer, Emin Pasha, turns
up safe and sound at Zanzibar in
the end of the yiar, having an en
thusiastic reception accorded him
and Emin, to be immediately cloud
ed by a serious accident to tho lat
ter. Stanley besides rescuing Emin
made important discoveries, among
thein an increase of nearly (i,000
square miles of water to Victoria
Nyanza, Major Pinto at Inst ac
counts was doing his best to get his
country, Portugal, into fresh ttou
blc in Africa by harsh treatment of
An epidemic of inllucnza was
over all Europe the last month,
which Prof. Zcokaner, the lending
Kussinu medical authority, declare
to portend a visitation of cholera.
Emperor William of Get many visit
ed Emperor Erancis Joseph of Aus
tria, the Czar of Bussia, and the
Queen of England; also, with the
Empress, called on the "unspeak
able Turk" in his august solitari
ness, and the Sultan received them
with the most cordial hospitality in
''Is palace at Constantinople. The
S7h,;yiaesia was lionized in an
extended visit England. Not
withstanding all the Mfactlonatc
courtesies amongst tho crowned
head?, observers of oiniiienre descry
signs of the greatest war of history
on the political horizon. The appre
hended collision is expected to bo
between llussia and France on tho
one bide, nnd Germany, Austria and
Italy on the other. The causes are
the Eastern question and the Alsace
Lorraine, trouble. When llussia
reaches the environs of Constanti
nople, it is expected tho KnglMi
Hon will roar again In the Darda
nelles. Samoa has had an undue share of
trouble. Germany declared a state
of war there, and her troops coming
into collision with the forces of Ma
tanfa, successor to the then cslled
Malietoa, were worsted. The rutt
ed States sent three vessels to the
scene, Great Untiaii one, which with
the three German vessels were
caught in the hurricane elsewhere
recorded. This catastrophe proba
bly averted serious international
complications. In the meantime high
excitement reigned, nnd the Ameri
can correspondent Klein, suspected
of undue interference in the embrog
llo by the Germans, bad to escape the
country under American protection.
A conference at Berlin settled the
troubles by u treaty not yet publish
ed. Malietoa returning abdicated
in favor of Mataafa, but later by
general request resumed the sceptre
in the interest of harmony.
The Empire of Brazil has sudden
ly given place to a republic. Eor
long republican doctrines had been
nurtured among the people, but tho
denouement was hastened by resent
ment of planters at the abolition of
slavery, and that of the clerical par
ty at the increased liberality of the
A revolution in Ilayti replaced
Hippolyte for Legitime as President
or Dictator. A fall of rock in the
city of Quebec killed nearly 200 peo
ple in their homes. The Mikado of
Japan proclaimed a liberal parlia
mentary constitution on February
10th. Indications arc all that the
"Land of the Rising Sun" has enter
ed for good the upward path of civi
lization. Famine and flood have
done awful execution among the
teeming milliens of China. That
country seems disposed under its
young Enipcroi to emulate Japan in
shaking off the moss of ages and
placing hersc'f in line with modern
progress. An immense system of
railways is favored by an influential
set of counsellors, which will open
up vast areas of undeveloped coun
try to settlement. If carried out
this scheme would check the tenden
cy to emigration, perhaps in a de
gree that would relieve the tension
of the "Chinese question" in coun
tries now wrestling with it. A dis
astrous hurricane swept portions of
Tahiti with much loss of life and
The United Stales has gone on
prospering and to prosper. Four
new stars have been added to the
Star Spangled Banner, in tho ad
mission of North Dakota, South Da
kota, Washington, and Montana as
States of the Union. President Har
rison was inaugurated auspiciously,
restoring tho Republican Parly's
administration after a Democratic
inteiriiption for the first time in a
quarter of a century.' There seems
little, it any, difference in the na
tional policy foreshadowed in Har
rison's message, from the lines upon
which President Cleveland attempt
ed to guide the country. Having,
however, a working majority in both
Houses of Congress, instead of the
divided control under tho Demo
cratic President, tho now dominant
party ought to be better able to
make a record consistent with its
principles than the Democratic party
wns. A Congress of all the states
of North and South America, exclu
sive of Canada, is sitting in Wash
ington to confer upon mutual inter
ests of commercial and other rela
tions. The claim of tho United
States to jurisdiction over Heliring
Sea is in diplonmc.y, as the Atlantic
fishery question continues to be.
Woik has been begun by a United
Stales company on the Nicaragua
Canal, while tho French company
has suspended operations on the
Panama Canal. Ex-Judge David
S. Terry was shot in California by a
Federal Deputy Marshal in defense
of the life of Justice Field of the
National Supremo Court while tra
veling on circuit. The British war
ship Forward rescued several Ame
ricans from a murderous riot by
blacks on Navassa Island in the Car
ribean Sea. The United States
Government has despatched the na
val ship Pensacola with a scientific
party to observe tho eclipse of the
sun in Afiica. There was a hitch
preventing the annual international
yacht raco for the America Cup.
The American baseball expedition
r.-ttirncd homo all well after a world
encircling tour of 02,000 milcsi. Fire
destroyed 8.1,000,000 of propertvjn
New York In Apiil. Johnstown,
Pennsylvania, wns overwhelmed by
the. bursting of a dam, causing a loss
of from five to ten thousand live.
Seattle, Wash., was burned down.
Lynn, Mass., has met the new year
with nn ugly gap burned out of its
comely biuiucss quarter. Boston
has to mourn the destruction by lire
of somo of its grandest mercantile
palaces. There is lively interost
throughout the nation over the pro
ject of a World's Fair in 1892 to ce
lebrate the four hundredth anniver
sary of the discovery of America.
The neciolngy of the year IStfO
shows the hitting of some shining
marks, including: laae Hell, Unit
ed States Minister to the Nether
lauds; Oliver l)iton, musician.
Hoston ; James C. Flood, capitalist,
California ; John Bright, the illus
tiious British parliamentarian ; Ileal'
Admiral Win. Rogers Taylor, U. S.
N., aged 78; Washington Irving
Bishop, "mind render"; Allan
Thorudyke Uice, litterateur, V. S.
Minister to Russia; Rear Admiral
Edward Donaldson, I;. S. N. ; Laura
Bii'lgmnn, the cultured deaf, dumb,
and blind girl, lloston ; Simon Came
ron, American statesman; Rev. Ho
ratio Bonar, Presbyterian divine;
S. S. Cox, American statesman and
diplomat; Ira Paine, maiksman;
Dom Luis I., King of Portugal (suc
ceeded by Prince Carlos his son) ;
G. II. Pendleton, V. S. ox-Minister
to Germany; Robeit Browning,
poet; Henry Soarle, world's cham
pion oarsman ; Jefferson Davis,
President of theSoiithern States Con
federacy. 4 07 S EGGS vre ui-d in
-l'yj I J uimU tig ilit? relubinUd
Christmas and New S'carS Confeotior.
eiy of lh Blile Ice Urea in Purlins
daring the mouth ot Decnnber. 4l:i U
BY special urnineinciu Hilhithirg.i
dairy we will In; able to till nil
orders for our Delicious nml St' icily
I'nre Ice Cream The Klilo lec Cream
Parlors. 441 III
CASTLE & COOKE,
lMl'OllTKltS & DKALKItS IN
Genera! ffterchandise !
Life, Fivo & Marino
JnnS HOMObULU, n. I. IPfO
CASTLE & C00KE,
Liio, Firo & Marine
insurance Agents !
AtlllXT.S I OK!
New England Mutual Ufa Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Cc. of Hartford.
Kite V Alorlur.
or ;:; i-iuni-mco, cu.ii'ouma
.Ian 1H 0
Co. "IV Attention !
EV13UV manner of the ahnvn com
mil nd l hereby onion d in report
ntthe Aimo'v, Tll'lS (Frfilij) KVCN.
ING, In Kaiis,'iic Uniform, lit 7;510
o'clock, for lbs puipovi of linlriiiiu
thrlr nniiuil clecl'nu lor ('niiipnny
oflieer'. l)y onli-r of
11 K. HEnitMM),
1'. D. W'k hi;,
Cnptniu Co. "I." 41311
Oalm Lodgu, K. of I'.
rpilKItK "111 be n Fpucinl cniirftitlnn
1 a' thi Cisllu Hall, on 8ATUHOAT
KVi;NINO,.Innunr.v 4ih, nt H;:()o,i.ck.
Urni'iess: lat'tnlla ion of ollkrrs elect.
Per order t ibn 11. ().
Kit A NIC QODFKEY,
W 21 K. of It. & 6.
J)Y a Yo-njc Giiriiuiu Womin, to tUe
y (inn of i lilldrn or do llijbi bouse.
W"rk. Apply at "Conn r .MnVlmi t nnd
AlaUui ftteeK" J tf
4 KITILN'ISHKH lloom,
'!.. "Ha x. wlili or without board.
vSS, In a private family. Cam
pio-B tbu door. Iiiipiiti' id iliiii ollloe.
i C01TAGH at Niuluilc
jvV. will, I'uiiiinn. n "Xl door
to W. Auld'.s premises en.
mining kitchen, Mnhlc, carriapo Loiiso
and other ronvenienccH. Kor further
pattlnulaiH ripply to
AvMircot store, Miiun.ikea meet.
FurtiiHliotl Cottngo To Lot.
K&3k.U A NT.AT Cottnao, dehltably
jprW''iiS loc'ltt-''li contaliiliiK 4 rnnnii,
te&LiiiaT nicely fimilhhr.d, kitchen. bath
room, (table, lienory, otif. Lot IL'OxIIOO,
lnwn, Muido trees aiul ilnwers. Kent
?10 per inniith, lindiidiiip; water rate and
HAX'AIIAX JU'KtXiS aoi:n'cy.
CREDIT : SALE
Wines & Li
Hv rrnVrnr lltfsMtn. E. HOFFSCHLAK
Ut:it A Co., I ulli noli ut Puiillc Aim
lion, nt my yolnnniiis,
Oil MONDAY, Juu. , '1)0,
AT I O'CLOCK A. M.
A (i.M"n ' n tni'iii ' Vi'iiK and
" Ij ( lur C'M!lit Willi!
Irandy, Whisky, Gin,
In ClStl &
Finn lb amis
French Claret & Hock.
Port Si Slurry Witirj,
JUJeha it Tok'iy,
German Beer in pints
t3T" Terms I.iberM unit made kriti'm
at time o. iIc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
44.T 2t Auctioneer.
Oaliii Mil ay & Lull Gd.1
l.cuvi' Honolulu Xo. 10 n. m.;
Monii.iliiii (2."ti miles) 0:12; Pnuloii
(i!.2:i ml'eO 9:211; Iliiluwa (8. It miles)
!l:.".0; Alfil (!) H7 mileo) il:30; Kiillllino
(10.02 mile) 0:;!9: Wnlnu (lO.O'.I miles)
!i:i:t; :uilvc :it Mnmitm (11.70 miles)
Li-iive Honolulu fo. : 2 p. in.;
Moiiniilu.i 2:12: I'milon 2:2?; Hnlnwa
2:!10; Aii-ii 2::t; Knbiu.io 2 :'M : Wiibui
2:4:; arrivi- nt Mnnnnn 2:48.
Leave Mamma -No. 211 a. in.;
Wniuu (O.M milch) 11:0.1; Kalmino
(1.74 mlly) 11:00; Alwi (2.30 milos)
11:12; Halawii (H.r.2) 11:18; I'uuloa
(ii.,l) 11:2.1; Moinalun (Omllcp) 11 ::!(!:
tiniwsat Honolulu II :48.
L'-avo .Mamma -No. ! I p.m.; Wnlnii
4:d(1; Kalauao 4:00; Aica4:12; Hnlnwa
4 :1H; I'uuloa -1:2.1; Moaualua -1:20; ar
rive at Honolulu IMH.
Luavo Honolulu !)::io a. in., 12:::() nnd
a in.; .Moaualim 0:12 u. m., 12:42
anil ;!:12 p. m ; I'uuloa 0:i;i a. in.,
12:.13 anil :i:2:i p. in.; llalawa 10 a. in..
1 ami:i:::0 p. in.; Aloa 10:0(1 a. in., 1:00
nmi:i::!0 p. in.; Kabmaii 10:0!) a.m.,
1 :00 ami .1::i!i p. in.; Wainu 10:13 a. m.,
l:i:l anil tl:l!l p. in.; arrive at Mamma
10:18 a. in , l:lSaml::fSp. in.
Leave Mananu 11 a. m , 1 Mil nml -1:0.1
p. in.; Whim 11:0.1 a. in., 1 : IS anil 4:10
p. in.; Kalauao 11:00 n. in, 1 :.2 ami
1:11 p. in ; Aicn 11:12 a in., 1 :.1.1 and
4:17 p. in : llalawa 11:18 a. in, 2:03
ami -1:23 p. in.; I'uuloa 11 :2o a. m., 2:08
and 4 :30 p. in.; Moaunlua 11 :30 a. in.,
2:10 and 4:11 p. in.; arrive at Honolulu
1 1 : IS a. in.. 2 :31 ami -1 :.l:l p. in.
N. li Trains stop at Kalibl either
way only on signal or to leave pas-
kati:h or f.vsu;:
IkaCTlS tTfi 13
I " I li ,s
Honolulu to L r. ,? k c n
Pin- it? 3 c jT
u. ir 'j. 4
Monnnliiii ''8 .2.19 .15 b .10 8 .30
Puulo.i .10 .2.1 .7.1 .50
llalawa r.o', M 1.00 .(W
Aifii 00, .111 I. is .70
Kalauao 0.1. .4.1 1.2.1 .7.1
(Mrs. Kai-itV) !
Whiau S.1 .4.1 1.25 .7.1
(Akl's Mill; !
Man.ina 7.1, ..10 1.23 1 00
(C'oui thnuse) I i
N. II. I'H'-peiiporh not piiivhtiplii,'; tlo
kets bofrno lmanllnj; tins train at sta
tion wliero tickets am s.ild. will be
eh.ire;ei! 10 cent atlilltlon.il to the
ie;;u'lar faro for train rates.
CSi 'I bu nliovo tiiiio tables and rates
of tare1- to lake effect on Thursday,
.lanuarv 2. 1800.
W. O. ASIILKY.
112 if Superintendent.
fVUl) adjourned annual mw tins of tbu
X htocklinlilfiii of tho Walaiian Co.
will be held on .MONlJ.vY, Jnniian'
1S:i0, at 11 a. in., at the nlllen of I'.
Widcuumu. O. O. 11KKOKK,
131 td NH-iuiury
"TOTlCK is hereby plven to all per-
cons that on the llOih day Decctii
ber, lHofi, a iiieeiinof tlio i-to.'klioldi'rrt
of Hie Hawaiian 1'aeitU' Cuble Co wan
held at tho olllee of K. (). Hall & Son,
Limited. Honolulu, and at 'did meeting
it was voted by Mild stockholders to
accept a charter of iiienrpoiatlon grunt
ed to them under the. eoip..rte tiaino
arid style, of ''Hawaiian l'ncitlo Cable
i o " Koveniher 15, 18Sl, and tint the
corporation under paid charter there
upon organized themselves and elected
the following nfllcura:
.1. Slierinan llnrtholoinewof Honolulu
lion. Kdgar Crow linker, M. 1'., of
Vlettirhi, 11. C Viee-I'iiHldent
V.. O. White of Honolulu .Secretary
I'rauU A. Dudley of Nitigaia Kalis, X.
Wm. W. Hall of llcuolulii Auditor
Xotlee W further plvon that pursunnt
to the term of said charter, "No stock
holder shall Individually bo liable for
the debts ot the Corporation beyond the
amount which shall bn due upon tlio
ihc hIiuic or shuroH held or owned by
himself." K. O. WHITK,
111 lm rioinottny .
CHANGE of RESIDEXOK,
Has removed from Fort sttcet to i'o.
Offici: nanus: 0 a. m. to IS u. ami G
i. u. to 0 i M.
Mutual COB -XrVftTEkEPHONESfia" Boll 475
Shipping & Commission Merchants
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' anil General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
fJariicnlerV, lllacU'initli.s', Muoliinistr' &. l'lutnlicra1 Tocls,
HOUSE FURNISHIXG GOODS !
Uitelien Ulrnxilii, Tnints, Oil, Y.irwiclies I.flinp (Jixm1. ntul
Blake's Steam Pomps, Weston's Coatrifugals,
Wilcox & GIbbs, a Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
ryypfffPyJiyf!Py'r tJ 'EfJ, tt'"Jl trW rm
For Sale bv Benson, Smith & Go.
cit a ommm
Sloluorny nioclc. 7Jo. 77 rort Street-.
Fnick, Enlisli aid American Dry al Faccy QuacLs,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
$5,000 fori of S
VISIT OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
OUR GUANO SILVER GIFT SALE
On MONDAY, Deeembsr 16th, 1889,
Dniinj this snip every customer imrchtieing tlio amount of .?2.!iO
worth will icceivo a handsome
Come and ctumiiio our Nl'W GOODS, anil you will find them nuicli
nower ntul lower in piiccs than e-lpowhero. It is our unalterable determina
tion to have no recourse to misleading or lniHroprewintution. Our advertise
ment truly represents tlio Goods we oil'er for wile.
Over 120 doz. of Ladles' Fine White TJutrimracd Straw Hats,
fjF Look at ottr Hotel Streot Window anil seo the fine display of
Sllveiwaro mutable for tlio Holidays, jpjf
Tito near approach of the holiday and overtitock of Goods make it. impc- .V'
rntivotliatwumakotlitinio.it radical and sweeping changes in our prices ''
and we feel fully justified in publicly asserting llu.t in the coining week our
patronH can secure advantages in
Dry Goods, Millinery & Gents' Fmisli Goofls,
Which have never been equaled.
HOSIERY ! HOS8ERY ! HOSIERY !
812iloz Ladies' B.ilbriggan IIoeo.Bilk clocked; A doz box, only $1.10 for tho box.
Ladies' Coloied lioidercil llaiulkercliiefi, good quality; 75 ctsn doz
CELLULOID GOODS, PLUSH GOODS, XMAS CARDS, AT COST.
0" Our MtlliiiQiy is tho finest line exhibitcil in this city.
5" Wo will make reductions in all our departments.
MK. Francln .Mil)8Bwsiizy has this
day beuu ndtoittsil into our llrni.
(Signed! : ' ' ' 'J
Tiico. II.- DAYILS & CO.
llonolnlu, Jan 1. IM):l. 4-11 :it
I HAVE thli day sold all my right,
title and Interest' in tho horso shoe,
ing business as curried on by moon
(Jucen street, under the nnmo of 'Wilson
llros'1 to .Mr. Tlios. 'Holllnger, and lake
this opportunity of thanking the public
for their pationngo in the imt, with a
hope that my Biioceasor will meet with
tho snno fuvor In 'bo future.
CltA. 11. WILSON'.
f'a.-.olulu, .Inn. i, IhlU. li'J lw
27 - SO
Etc., Etc., Etc.
B 30 DAYS
CIIAS. J. FISIIEL,
, Tho IjOiulin": Millinery House.
,t KriSItS. Ferdinand SchloMnger and
lTX Hoi. Lthser aro admitted as
paitneia in our firm.
Ilnno'u'u, Jnn 1, ltixU. 441 lw
npilU umUrcigned having been ap.
i. pointed ngent for II. M. Queen
Knplolani, notice is hereby given that
all temints, by leaso or otherwlpe, nra
(I'dercd to miiko all paymentH to me, no
oilier receipt being valid. Olllee at the
I'ulnco Hungalow. Hnnrs fiom 1 a. h.
to 4 1'. it. II. O. ULUKOU,
4W tf Agent for II. M. the queen.