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DAILY BUljliHWH itONOLULU, Xfc. ,f NOTHMBBR .J, 18U0.
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CORNEIt 1IOTEL &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner PTotal & Fort jjtreota.
We Desire to Gall Your Attention To
Z. BpmoTCDcn J.
For Lubiicating tho Valves and
VALVOLINE is an earth oil specially prepared under thp highest steam
np.it and from which all olatile and c.irthy matter lias been expelled by n
process whicli loaves a puie and he.ivy oil, wliich prevents the eating away
of bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston parking perfectly clean. Thib
was the first Minei.il Oil introduced for steam cylindcrb and has been in con
stant use oer eighteen years.
gjj&'WQ also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for all
classes of machinery. '
Leonard $c Ellits,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. G01 3in
.Dlmond Uloclf," Noft.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
im Sheet Iron Work.
CASTLE & COOKE, "
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AOI2NT8,
.Bonders' cand Geoeral Hardware, Agricultural- implements,
i:l..a.in avAj' i
JigilSE FURNISHING GO0JDS !
Kitchen UtonnilH, Paints, OIIh, VuriiiHlirs, Lump (Innilii and
IJUke'B Main rumps, Weston's CeiilrlMtils,
, Wilcox I Olbbs, ft Mfjlyti UewJuH HacliliioB,
iiJfM i Sffl! FiMJy Mjoiiw,
Cylinders of Steam EngineB.
OS & &V Kiiifcr Hi-ot.
Machinists' A Plumbum' TooIb,
ODera Glasses, Spy Glasses,
Bronze Vnses, Stntuos,Etc.
l'hote Albums, new styles;
Fine Fans of eeiy description.
Ladles' Satchels, Kcveisl Games,
And Other Christmas Goods,
KOtt SALE Y
FIVE MORE- WATCHES
tsr given out -a
Momliy afternoon, October 27tli, the
following drew their watehei:
Cunt 1 Meinbei No. 17.
Ct.uii 2 Membui No. II.
CI.UU3 Member No. II.
Club i Member No. :i:i.
Ci.un 5 Member No. 00.
I0 Ifcincnibcr we nio giving you a
Solid 14 Kill at Gold Ono with tin?
full Jeweled Walthani Movement in
oui clubs for
$1.00 Per Week.
H. F. WiciiianWatch Clim.
J. A. LUCKETT,
or Sun 1'rnnclHco,
(Pioprletor of the Rcdfern House, Mar
ket St) oet, uitdoi P.il.ieo Hotel),
Intend to remain lu Honolulu for the
next tluce or foui month foi the benellt
of his health, dining which time he has
concluded to open a
Ladies'Tailoring & Dressmaking
Ladies wishing to have their Fall and
Winter Costumes inade will do well to
call at once to sccinc their oidcis.
Riding Habits, Genuine Tailor-made
Costumes, Traveling Ulsteis, Jackets,
all theLatest Designs in
Promenade and Evening Costumes.
t$y His unlvcis.il lcputatiou as a
Fitter and Dicssinuker is too woll
k now n to need any fuither lecommaud
ation. He will guarantee pel feet satia
tion. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
(Over Temple of Fashion.)
TIipso Fllteis are easily cleansed,
and NKVKK become CRACKED oi
(IRAZED Jy change of tcmpciatiiic of
The Filtei Medium Is a NATURAL
STONK, mined fiom the euitli. It Is
unlike any other fctonc.'
It Docs Not Absorb and
Bucoiuo Foul !
IMPURITIES never PENKTRATK
it, but lie on tliu suifiieo, and Intel imlly
the stone leiiialus as pine and white
after yeais of use us when taken fiom
Tito Gate Cly Hlono Filtei Is a pnr
fei't fiiiueuRR. It Is the only leul lllter I
liino i'cr seuu, I vsould norim without
unit fiirany eonshhuiitlou. It rmneiln
oui hike uuli'i Into the ImM diliiKiug
will iir hi the woilil.
lll.MIV M I.VMAN, M. I) ,
ri'.lil W'tiht AiluniH HI,, Ulili'iigo,
L$" rr Hiile liy
'HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,,
n HM (inl.nl tt Cii.'h IIiiiiIi,
I'oil tdiuul, llminlnlii,
Rate City Stone Filter.
in mm i
ALL SORTS OF ITEMS.
Kvon a straw hat will show which
way tho wind blows.
Political fusion often results in
political confusion. Rochester Post.
No complaint is made about short
measure when wc have a peck of
trouble. Pittsburgh Dispatch.
If the night air is bad for the
voice, how is it the cat hangs on to
hers so long? Yonkcrs Statesman.
How it Always Happens Giles
How dill that fellow come to get
ahead of you? Do Jinks I thought
I knew more than lie did. Epoch.
TO Till: IlAKHKlt.
Handle it tenderly,
Wax it with carol
Tis the lad's first mustache,
And ho can't spare a hair!
When a man dies in tho Society
Islands tlioy paint his body, but in
this country his character Is the
thing that is frescoed. Ram's Horn,
Dick I'm going to the pool
rooms. Want mc to put up some
thing for you? George I haven't a
cent, Dick. I was there yesterday.
N. Y. Weekly.
Our eyes are not keen in all direc
tions alike ; but every one of ns is
sharp-eyed for his neighbor's
faults. Philadelphia Sunday School
Depositor Is the cashier in? Pre
sident N'O ; lie's gone away. De
positor Ahl Gone for a rest I pie
sunie. President (sadly) No; to
avoid arrest. N.' Y. Weekly.
Miss Westond And can you al
ways jinlgo of a man's character by
the way he laughs? Social Philoso
pher Oh, no ; not by the way he
laughs, but by what.he laughs at.
Stieet & Smith's Good News.
The Boy Was Right. Onice Boy
A gent wants to see you, sir. Mer
chant You mean a gentleman,
don't you Dennis? Olllce 'Boy No,
sir: he spoke of his pants, sir.
Smith, Gray & Co.'s Monthly.
No, Celia, Beliring Sea is not a
German summer garden, but a large
body of seals entirely surrounded by
poachers. The phonetic similarity
has deceived you. Beliring, not
becring. See? Boston Transcript.
Stranger (after ten years' ab
sence) What became of Bad, Luck
& Co? When 1 left they were in
tinancial straits selling out,at cost.
Citizen They are at the old stand
still selling out. Street & Smith's
He Do you think you love mc
well enough to be my wife? She
Yes, George. He Well, I only
asked to ascertain how you felt on
the subject, so in case I ever should
want to marry I would know w here
to come. Epoch.
"Well," said Chappie, draining
his glass, "the bottle's empty. It
doesn't take me long to make a
quait of champagne look silly."
That's so," returned Binks; "and
it doesn't take the quart long to re
ciprocate the attention either."
N. Y. Herald.
An Appropriate Emblem Guest
You call this hotel "The American
Eagle," but "The American Toucan'
would be a more appropriate name.
Landlady Why so, sir? Guest
Becaube the toucan has the 'largest
bill of all known bird3. Light.
THE WORLD 'OVER.
The French authoutics are trying
to suppress the gambling vice of lite
The Catholic Congress at Sara
gossa has passed lesolutions in fa
vor of founding Catholic woikmen's
Emigration lias been somewhat
epidemic in Iceland for the last two
years! The island now contains
only about 75,000.
Emigration from Ireland, though
greatly diminished, still continues
at the rate of more than seventy
thousand person a year.
The port of St. Nazaire, at the
mouth of die Loire, will be open for
imports and exports of sheep, oxen,
anil horses, subject to inspection.
A croi n for the Negus of Abys
sinia, now in course of construction
at Milan, is of the purest gold, con
tains 130 stones, and weighs three
Emperor Wilhelm of Germany has
just purchased' a castle in Lorraine
for 8123,000. He pioposed to re
main there a certain portion of each
There has been erected the first
and only modern windmill' !in Lon
don. It is placed on the top of a
warehouse and lias a wheel thiify
feet in diameter.
It is said that the City of London
Contract Corporation has marketed
580,000,000 of securities based on
American properties during the past
A dispatch from tho Congo State
says that the authorities intend to
issue a decree imposing new taxes,
principally on muicluuidise, be
In pen Matadi and Stanley Pool.
The 11,000,000 gallons of spirit
inado in the United Kingdom in 1880
eie mostly imed in England, and
nearly three-fourths of this vast
quantity was drunk as u heveingu.
The polluo foico of India num
bers 17,000 superior and subordin
ate olllueis uuU 120,000 constables,
not reckoning tliu (7,880 police of
Upper lluriimli mid 000,000 yllliigu
The Vienna Fiuinilonlilnlt doomi't
ll(u tliu Muldnluy hill, mill "iiiii!iitt
to (hit cuiiiitiluw or Knr)u to nut In
I'Ollliurt to puyuL llldlr IliHiOllllllU
trlliiitury to tliu Nmv World."
Tlui llimril of J'Miiuutliui of New
York Oily m iiluu ilm pity in.
ruiMJM to Kniiil low Hu i'i y ulilliliiiii.
TtturiliuluiHU!f CUUHUIliiU (jiivii
IjMIIllipl B ullIllJ!JiiSiJSliilul Ip
M. do Losseps has lately appear
ed in the light of an author, having
published a little volume entitled
"Orlgines du Canal do Suez." The
book is having an enormous sale in
The Castle of Cicrgnon in tho Ar
dennes, whicli Leopold I. of Rcl
gium built at enormous cost, some
fifty years ago, on a sleep r6ck
above the Lesse, Is showing unmis
takably signs of decay.
A scheme whicli has been drawn
up for a ship canal from Birming
ham to the Weaver Navigation at
Winsford has been unanimously ap
proved at a meeting of the Birming
ham Chamber of Commerce.
The Liverpool Mercury complains
that the German commercial traveler
is running John Bull a severe race
everywhere, but particulaily in Rus
sia, where German machinery is
supplanting the English.
From all sections of Texas como
reports of increase of capital and ar
lival of well-to-do immigrants. Tho
moneys invested for the school fund
and tho lands held by the Slnto for
for the same are estimated at SCO,-
The nhole of the Princess Victo
ria pf Prussia's trousseau is being
made in Germany, excepting only
four Oriental diesscs, which tiro
Empress Frederick ordered while in
Athens, and these are being ex
pressly manufactured at the Greek
School for Art-weaving.
One night quite recently eighty
biuls wcro killed by striking the
Bartholdi statue. Fifty of them
were Maryland yellow-throats ;
among the other species rcpicscntcd
were oven-birds, yellow-bellied fly
catcher, Cape May warbler and Phil
A new desecration of the land
scape against which English people
arc protesting is the posting of nd
voitiscments upon' the sails of fish
ing boats. One writes: "We have
a great trodble with a large board
advertisement of pills stuck up right
in the middle of a beautiful bay."
The Bishop bf WakVield writes
that the Church of "England Funeral
Reform Association has already
done much to lessen' tho foolish ex
travagance of funerals, and tho so
ciety will double the value of the
work if it can induce the public to
adopt a" more seemly and rational
method of burial.
The veteran Hannibal Haniliip, of
Maine, now 'eighty-two years 6t age,
Yice-President during LincolnVfiist
term of office, attended tlie Grand
Army encampment at Boston and
insisted on being allowed to march
in the pioccssion though its route
was over four miles in length. With
much difllcUlty he was persuaded to
drive, although lie persisted than a
man who had never worn an over
coat and was never ill ought tb know
his own capabilities.
Prince Bismarck, says the "Journ
al of Education, has an adopted son
now twenty years of age, and a
Frenchman. One evening during
the Franco-Prussian war, when the
Chancellor enteicjl his sleeping
apartments, outside of Paris,' he
found a baby lay asleep on his pil
low. The mother had left a note
saying that her husband had been
killed at Sedan, and despair anil
want had forced her to give up her
Child. Bismarck sent the child by
special nurse to Bcrlig, -and sub
sequently had him educated, and he
is now a model yopng man and de
votedly attached to "his benefactor.
CAPTAIN II. Lightbody, of the bail
"BliKer," will not be responsible
'for any debts coiitmetcil by hlsciew
without his written order. 077 tf
M. WlllTNKY is happy to
announce to his natrons a nil
friends iu Honolulu and elsewlicie, that
hciiLcfoifh be will bo assisted in IiIh
dental moms by Dr A E NICHOLS, "iad
uatu of the St. Louis Dental 'College,
and forseveial yens a siiccehful prnn
tlouer In I'as.iilena, Oalifotnia. Ulllee
boms as befoie fiom H::iU A. M. to -1 :'.I0
i. M. GDI I in
Krom and aftei this date y
will not be lesponsible for any
height after same has been
landed. I'm ties to whom
freight Ik consigned must be at
the lauding to luccivo their
f i eight.
WILDKJt'S S. S. Co.
Honolulu, Sept. C, lb'.IO. C50 tf
- m . - - i i. i, .-.., ... . .
FItOM ami after this data we will not
be tispouslhlo for any freight after
same hint beep dulivried at uny station.
I'm ties to whom freight Is coiwlgucd
miiht bunt tliu station to leeeivu their
Xofiplg)it will hqiepolveil for ship
ment bclw ecu the hours of 8:,'l() mid il
o'clouK a. in , and between h:iD and 'J
n'ulouU p in.
"'I'iiiIiih will not bo detained for phlp
iliunt of ft night without speulul iiiiuugo.
v No freight will lm leeelvi'd uflnr
thin (Into iiiiIush I'hiugtiR are pinpald
OAIIU UA1LWAY tt LAND I 0
, (), ,Bliluy, Hlipurliiteiidunt.
llonollllil, Oet. U, )bW, f (17 If
(Jojmrt uui'Hlilp Nol hits
riHK nnilmnlKiinl Imve llil iluy
I fiiiini'il it i'iipiiiiiiiililp 'mi Ilm
puipiiMMif ilniilliiK In Jm)'. uiiiiii.i'lr,,
nilib'l I lin iniiiin n( lliii liillfiiiiilu (''('I'll
Mu. ..Tfjl KIWI. , .
jjUouiiiUiii ib-'ju it .
h jhuj mi
Tho JictcTtnry Wood poison of
soiofula develops lit tho nillc ito lUsiu b
of tho biiiln, n.tntnl tu knes-ci ami
iunriiiuic3, liiiocy an I Insanity. Iten
bilges tliojjlmi.isni the tli oat, imp lira
the -one of smell mill tusio or Inuiks
into cumumin; ulcus on 'ho tck. 'It
(Ustroya tliu lilies, ir Alls tlmn with
tuberculous .V'leloni I', eats awi.y
llio coating of Um ilomneh, tnla gc's
the liver. Iojs the klihieys. ere tes
conRiipaunu iiiiu lmiiHts pirns jo
human notu y ran no ppc dily, -p r
mancntly and cnuoinlailly cWnso tl e
blood of Siinf lous pnl on, tleariht
compievion aim siin. et.up nn t i im
as Kernel 'i j rup
Xo. St, tb
great blonu punu r.
Renter's Healing Soap
Us"3 it always If yon wish for a filr,
clear skin, a soft, s innlu sLiu. GU.s
la nuttira tint, Imp h is fi slmes-, ro
moves uiuiMiis, pieveuu eruptions
HOLLISTER & CO
G90 Distilbuting Agents. lm
15 Nuaanu St., Honolulu, H. I.
Sole Agents In the Hawaiian Islands for
"Old Magnolia" & "O. P. T."
Fine Bourbon Whliklcs,
Lachman & Jacobl's
Alto, alwayi In stock, a fall line of tbe choicest
We have for
Sarsaprllla & Iron Water,
Manufactured by Schmidt & Co.,
Stockton, Cula. It is tho most
wholesome and delicious tonlo and
beverage of the age.
8 Oldors from the other Islands
promptly attended to and goods caie
fully packed for Hhipmcut. Q32 Um
HENRY H STANLEY
IN DARKEST AFRICA
Theoomplotflotorcof Stanley's reoent thrilling
mlruiituna bnd tho dlnoloinro of bla important
aiBop?otIes will apin-ar for the first tlroa In the
work written by himself, entltlW "In Darkest
Africa. " D not )o lUculv,; 1 by any of tlie o
callt (1 ''Stanley bonis" nnwr being otferetl as "gen
uine" anil' authentic " To no ono of these has
Stanley contributed p. lino.
Ihirel s no question alwut thra statement belutr
correct I n every particular. Wo guarantee It, ana
will RlveiMirtlcuIara on application,
PAIITIflM lu order not -to bo mlalol, sco
WMUIIUI1 that the book bears the lm.
p tut of
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
And that the canvassing agent carries a certificate
of agency from us
A. L BANCROFTS CO.
132 POST STREET,
Genoral Agents for the Pacific, Coast.
J. W. Chamberlin,
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Kingdom.
I make a specialty of repahlng flue
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
And guarantee flist-class work at
model ate pi lees.
Hotel St., undei the "Arlington."
079 lm i
A NATURAT- Mineral Water.
XX sale only by
W. S. LUCE,
Sole Agent & Impoitcr for the Ha
waiian Islands. 523 ti
California Lands I
IHH tf -'j Mei;liilllHt'Ioilollu,
LOERIN A, THURSTON,
onion over lll.linp'n liinK. HHf
Will pinnlli'i) In Ilm oiir ''niiilii nl Ilin
hiiimiIiiiii iuiiiliini')'i mii'iMl mj'jiiii'i'i
llIK III l llWIIKlM'! I I'll lllKPf liUIIMV
him) n' ni m uu&ammmm in h m.
urn w iiiii
Mi UM III I,
From San Francisco.
Leao Duo at
, ,. S. F. Honolulu
Zcalandia Nov 10 Nov 22
Alameda Dec 13 Dec 20
For San Franoisoo.
Lcavo Due at
Alameda Oct 2. . . . Nov 16
Mariposa Nov 2G....Dco 13
Zcalandia Dec 24 Jun 10
Intormodiato S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F.
Friday. . .Nov
Friday. . .Deo
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 118
Australian Mail -Serve
FOIt SAN FBCANC'INWrv
t'he new and One Al 'bIcpI siriitnshlp,
Of the Oceanic tftcam ship Tom pauy, wltl
be due at ilnnolulu fiom 8yilne
ami AucldnnJ on or about
Nov. 15, 1890.
leave for the above port nlth
passengers on or about Una
Kor fielelit oi paBaage, haviuif U
Kill OK AcpOMMODAtlONB, apply
WM. Q. IEWIN & CO.. Airenti.
For Sydney and Aucklana,
Hie uev aud tine Al utetl BieMDitiip
Of the Oceanic Steamship Comrwny, will
be line at Honolulu irW San
Frunciuoo on or about
Nov. 22, 1 890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and pa(8engers for the above ports
For freight or passage, liavinii tiU
PKEUOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apph
17 WM. Q. IEWIN & CO.. Aerent
fi G. Invin S Company,
OVFKU i'OIt SALK
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
BUCK & OHLANDT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Falrbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Reef, 1 and 2 lb, tips.
SALMON. IN BARRELS.
Steam Joli Fulii
This olllce having added a large variety
of the latest styles of
Elegant Type !
To Its Job Printing Room .
Is belter prepared than ever to execute
all ordeis In Unit line, compiling:
Plantation IJIanK' " '
Culling Uiij, I.,
Posters, IlandbHIs, Dodgers,
Programmes, Eo,, Ejo,,
- AU AT LOW IJATIffl.
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