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.1. N. S. WILLIAMS,
It. MORK, : :
Engineers & Iron Founders,
Office & Works,
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Stenm Boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molucca Tanks, Sugar Cam,
Cane Cars, Elevating, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought & Cnst Iron Woik for House Duildeis,
Water Whceln & Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
f mtsmmmzmLM- ,
1 ' 'WsP- afc?"i
Hol AsentH Ilawnltim iMlnmlN tor the
PELlONfWATER WHEEL I
BflF" Repairs of all kinds of Muuhineiy done at lcnsonnble rate and
ut hort notice. C90 tf
Special Bargains in All Department it
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S.
White Dress Goods, in striped, at
10 cents yard.
Victoria Lawn, lOy piece, for 7J5
All colois Moiree Silk, $1.25 and
$1.50, formeily !)S2.f0 y.ud.
All wool .fluids, reduced for fiOand
75 cents yard.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE !
Dressmaking under the management of Miss CLARK.
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodious quailcr at
Wo. 29 FOJRT STX-eEIfiT,
("Near the Custom House)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Clash Aerated Bevuragea :
Plain, Sweet, Lemon, Strawberry or Cream Soia.
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INHUKANCK AGKNT8.
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenter.', Blaoknmlthii', MudhinisU1 A IMiiniborn' Tin An,
sBSE FUlltflSHINO GOODS 1
Kitcliuu UtuuMilH, i'ainU, 011k, VuiiUbi', Uiup (ioodji jtiid
i)2IMjl'Ml IVI JP lift 1I1InS
PES! I WW iiliWJQJ! MM lliilltti
fibiiyjf J jsbi IfeMllr JftifitSU-
Embroideries, dress lengths, only
$5 and $7 piece.
Black Laces & Flonncings, atyoui
All styles of Curtains & Drapery,
Gents' Underwent, White Hhiits,
Sock, Etc., Etc.
ex' io r h.
By owlcr ot the 0A11U RAILWAY it
LAND CO. I will sell at Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT St O'OI.OOU 1. M.,
A limited number of those deniable
Bnimin Lots at Pearl City
The Company hac expended $20,000
to procure an ample supply ot pine
mountain water, resulting In the com
pletion of two huge Resenolrs with
storage of nearly 12,1)00,000 gallons.
From a distributing Rescnolr with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above ea level, water
has been laid along Lehua Avenue to
the Pearl City Depot hi a 0-Inch Cast
lion Pipe, from which water will be
supplied by the Company at (Invein
The Company will bird Itself In the
Deeds to cauy puiohasi'is mid their
f unities ami si rvunts bv tail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile. 2d Class
I 1-2 Cenls Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a tenn of U yeais fiom the dale
of pin oli:i-ir.
Theu 'iieelal Kate of i-'aie will be
tran-tei-ible with the iriipeiiy ihiiliiu
tin- tei in named In the Original need.
Tiailis will alwajs lieiun foi'ie.iboinible
ai'i'oiiimndatlon of icsldents at Peail
City. Tialns. will icaeli lloiiolulii at
ii:l"i and 8 or a .45 ami 11 :ii() a in , leave
Honolulu for Peail t lty and way Sta
tions at 8 :ir a. in ami 1:45 and 4 to
4 :'.H) and 5:15 to 5: JO p. m. subject how
ever to such changes ns may lie from
time to time found necessuiy for the
convenience of the public or business
inteiests of the foinpany. Evening
Tiain-. will also be run whenever there,
Is a reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desiilng lots where the most
charming view can he bad fiom the
veianda of cottage or mauxlnn, can
obtain lots tionttng on Lehua, Malic or
Woodlawn Avenues; this Is a most
charming location for losidencca, as all
agiec who have tiKen the trouble to
walk up Lehua Avcntio above the Eva
Court House. As a health, res&it, a
hotter situation cannot be found. To
assist settlers, the following cai.i terms
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
Onc-Xhird in 5 years,
With Inlorcsl at 7 Per Cent.
Tbiib making It possible for the most
limited In means, to proem e a tine
healthy lesldeuoe. Distance is anni
hilated by railway communication, so
that people living at Pearl City will
teach Honolulu in less time than it
takes to come from Waikiki by the
oulinarv moans of travel, while the ex
pense for a person vt ill not be more
than tlve cents per day greater than the
piesent cost of ttitvel to Waikiki by
Now Is your time to procme
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Prices lower than they can ever be
bought iu the future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If you do you will live to quote the
'hind sight" sayings we so often hear
from people who had a chance to buy
the whole of Kulaoktihua Plains for a
song, but they didn't! A word to the
wise is Huftlcicnt.
CSTilaps of the Lots can be seen at
the olllces of the Pacific Haulwaie Co.,
Hawaiian News Co., and T. G. Thrum's,
and at my .Salesroom, Honolulu, where
all further information can lie obtained.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
084 39t Auctioneer.
BKOWN LEGHORNS 1
BROWN Leghorn Cocke
rels for saie! guaranteed
thoioughhred. Adthess "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," Ka
piolanl Park; .Mutual Tclo
,NE House and Lot on
iieietaula street, a few
loors above the Aimorv.
For particular Inquire within,
iMfl. mi A VERY Convenient and
JeSQm -f V Desirable Cottage fur
HHt iiIhIioi! or unfiirnlBhed, near
the old baseball ground ut Maklkl 'Ap
ply u't GPLICK'.S AOKNCY,
C7tf 08 Merchant street.
MftiB A 8U1TIC of Three Nicelv
tjiyPP iX Furnished Rooms, two
nMHn tn'dmoins and pallor, on
Punchbowl sticet near Palace Walk;
Hiiltable for Ntvo single gmitleineii.
001 tf II. F, IIKIIIIARI),
STORKS TO LET.
ML& 'pWO 810108 on Klngfclient
tMam I iiHTiilly ocuiiplcd by
Hi Mr, OhiiH. Miibtuiti, to lot ut
iniiKoiiiililii imiliil, PiniiiUnii imvii hi't'ii
llllllUllglllV ri'IMHUll'll, Pll.il(l
unci). Appl) in
Jtfflll V (JullHgtl ullll ilU( lll'i,
IMW iliiiiidliiiii uftiiUiuiifii mill pf
YitiU lUUIJIl, lUIHt'lJllljlib MUhiOilftUU-
Dublin, Nov. G. In conversation
with Unlfour Air. McNeal, National
member of Parliament, told the
Chic Secretary that all efforts in
regtml to lrclaiul would prove ftuit
less unless coercion was abolished,
ltnlfour replied thai the enthusiastic
reception that he had everywhere
been accorded fully justified his
While Ualfottr was addressing a
deputation to-day MuNeal began to
address the people on the terrible
barbarities of Halfour's rule. Hal
four expressed surprise at the in
fusion of such niatleia on this occa
sion. He appealed to till to say
whether the Government piojects
were not calculated to benellt Ireland
mure than all the speeches tnudo. In
u letter published this evening
McXeal challenges Malfnur to dilate
on the use of the hattcriug-iam in
accomplishing evictions in his utter
ances before a Donegal audience, as
he boasted iu Parliament he would
London. Nov. 15. A senaation.was
caused here to day hy an attempt
made upon the life of Dr. Bright,
Master of the University College of
Oxford. The would-be assassin was
a woman. .She lired two shots from
a icvolvcr at the doctor, one of the
bullets penetrating liia sitle. The
woman escaped, and has not yet
been apprehended. Her induntity
is not known.
The doctor is resting easily. Ac
counts of the shooting differ some
what iu detail. It appears that the
woman was refused permission to
see someone staying with Dr. Bright,
and the latter himself went into the
hall and reproved her. She then
departed, but returned in a short
time and asked to see Dr. Bright,
shooting him when he appeared. It
is supposed she is insane.
Ui:V0I.UTI0NAKY MOVEMENT AMONO Alt
MENIANS. Constantinople, Nov. G. It has
been discovered that a revolutionary
proclamation is in circulation among
the Armenians in Turkey. The
Porte has issued an order forbidding
any meetings by the Armenians.
Neither will any sitting of the
Nutional Assembly be allowed. Many
Armenians have been arrested, in
cluding Urpiarian, member of the
National Assembly and editor of
Till: CZAIIOW'ICH IN AUSTRIA.
Vienna, Nov. G. The Czaiowich
arrived to-daj' on his way to Trieste.
Ho was met at the station by the
Emperor and several arch-dukes.
Greetings were exchanged of the
most cordial nature.
A grand banquet was given the
Czarowitch this evening, and he
afterward attended a beater with
the Emperor, leaving late iu the
evening for Trieste.
1'KI.CAUTIONS FOB THE CZAlt's SAFKrV.
St. Peteisburg, Nov. G Police
precautions at all the imperial
palaces have been increased. No
loiterers aie permitted in the vicinity
of the Anitchkoir winter palace.
The railway stations between St.
Petersburg and Gatschina are doubly
guarded, and the minutest examina
tions are made of every route
traversed by the Czar.
KILLED BV FALLING FROM A BR1IXJE.
Quebec, Nov. G. Two men, said
to be from Montreal, fell over the
Gerruena Bridge at La Chandiere
to-day and were iustantl' killed.
They were looking at some work
going on under the bridge when one
of them fell over, dragging his com
panion with him.
GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMI1URO.
Luxemburg, Nov. G. The Duke
of Nassaa to-day took the oath as
regent of the Grand Duchy of Lux
emburg, lie expressed the hope
that the King of Holland, who is de
jure Grand Duke of Luxemburg,
would recover from the illness fiom
which he is suffering.
Liverpool, Nov. G. Lambert, a
Canadian pugilist, and O'Neill, a
Lancashire man, were arrested jaat
night just before a prize-fight, and
arraigned to-day. They were bound
over to keep the peace.
City of Mexico, Nov. 6 Owing
to disorders iu the Colon Plaza Sun
day, bull-flghting has been suppress
ed in the Federal district, and the
Governors of tho States of Mexico
will suppress them,
The Hague, Nov. G, King Wil
liam iu worsu to-day,
The Loudon dock strikes uro ovpr
ami most of thu men Iiuu returned
hi, I'lITKHHIIHIKI FI.OOI)i:il,
Loudon, Nov, !, St. PuturMliiiig
Iu ngiilu nurturing fiom flmuU cuubed
hy ttioriii) mill wlmU which pn up
thu wiiluiti of thu uiilf itiul liver
mimI fnrcu tlium iijioii thu uliy, A
UMllllMlluu III lllllt I'lllllllllWII III MIIKir
UUII IIIM1V III IlltllPVe Ulllt UlUNllllU.
Imi ill ilm nil)' In DiMnlm iii(rw
IDlllOU HIJll lljut, tljurp ijiinpr of
mm iiuui mummmn m mm
rpO meet the demand of the puh-
lie for an opportunity to visit
Pearl City, the OAIIU RAILWAY &
LAND COMPANY have arranged to
have an Omulbus to meet each train
from Honolulu at Pearl City Sta
tion eeiy day (.Sundays excepted)
fiom November Ifith to November
lillth Inclusive; dining which time
Special Tickets will bo Issued at
Honolulu Station with coupon at
tached to cover tho bus fare, at a
cost of CO cents each, for the round
tilp, to and over Pkuil City und
return. The Company desire that
all iutciiillmr purchasers shall have
an opportunity to see the Lots of
feicdfnr sale, and that they may
also see tho provision made lor an
ample supply of Pure Mountain Wa
ter. The bus provided will take
people all over that part of Pearl
City now laid out In streets. Tho
distributing rosci voir full of water
contains about 700,000 gal louu and Is
sltuatedjit an elevation of 100 feet
aboNO soil level.
The Company proposes to make
within a mouth or two another dls
trlbuthu; reservoir about a half mile
f.utherup, at an elevation of 190
feet above sea level, which will sup
ply water for all hots above the level
of the pi escut distributing i pci voir.
The situation of the Lois above the
100 feet elevation Is line, anil the
view of Pearl Haiuiok and the
surimuiillug cuiiutiy isuiostcharm
Ing. but the Company want the
public to see for themselves, anil
theiefore make ll possible for nil to
do so, at a trilling expeiiM, and
with the least possible physical
CS? Remember those who Buy
at the Fitflt salo will secure Lots
at a Liwor Price than they can
bo bought ut any future tinia !
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
General Malinger O. It. A L. Co.
Of Han Francisco,
(Proprietor of the Reilfern BTqiiro, Mar
ket Street, under Palace Hotel),
Intends to icnmiti in Honolulu for the
next tlnee or four months for the benefit
of his health, duihig which time he has
concluded to opeu a
I?1 1 tST.CJjAH8
Ladles wishing to have their Fall and
Winter Coitiiniis liuidc will do well to
call at once to secuie their orders.
Hiding Habits, Genuine Tallor-miule
Costumes, Tiavellug Ulsteis, Jackets,
all thel.atest Designs iu
Promenade and Evening Costumes.
C9T His universal leputatlou us, a
Fitter and DiesHmilker is too well
kuown to need nhy further r.'cuniui'iiul
atlon. He will guarantee perfect satia
tion. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sfc?.
(Over Temple of Fashion.)
G!)2 3 in
Purchasers of Lots at Pearl City will
Please Take Notice.
THE Ouliti Railway & Land Co. have
made arrangements to deliver
lumber and all kinds of Building mate
rial at the Peail City Station at the
regular Honolulu prices.
Those desiring to build at Peail City
upon laud sold by tho Company please
call at the Company's ofllce for fiuthor
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
General Mauager O. It. & L. Co.
WANTED " ""
SITUATION' as Clerk or Assistant
Bookkeeper hi odlce or stoic Ad
diess W. K. SALTER,
708 tf P. O. Boy 201.
JJltST-CLASS dressmakers j good
pay; only oxpeileneed hands need
apply. Corner Foit and Hotel utrepts
(over Eluilch's dry goods stoie).
705 tf '
A MARR1KJ) Couple, the wife to do
M the cooking und hoiuework Hie
husband to attend to oiitxlile woik,
horses, fowls, inllMni; Adihess la
walUn O.trlch Km in,' Kaplulmil Paik;
Mutual Telephone UiH. t;J5 tf
A NN U AL MEETI NG,
aHIC ndloiiriicd iiiiiiiuil meeting of
the Hi'clnroclly Kugar t'li, w(7 Im
buhl at the iilllmi uf Win, O, Hmllh, in
Honolulu, ut II o'lihiok a. ., iiii TCF..S
DAY, Nov. IH, ISilO, IhulneiN of (ill
poiiuiimt, miii.irt.M n. (Jihri,i;(
lliiiiohiliii jNViJi), 1870.
r. I vW Wi.lm itiiiojiillill.fm liny
iwiuj iu ul -umiiy niiJioXJJ
Fort Street House,
18-1 Fori Htreot,
Islho family hotel of Honolulu. All
the comforts of home.
Iloomo with or without Board.
Honrd, per week, accoidlng to rooms
", 810 to 812
Transient, per day 92 09
Single Meals 50 Cents
Itonnm I.nrKC I.ljjlil nml Airy. Hot
tintl Cold ItntliH. .
11. 11. itr.nitv.
Hotel HI., 1 IlonoluUi.
J. II. KISIIKR, Prop.
ltoaul and Lodging, per week, (ac
eoidlnt; to locution of looms,..
- 810 00 to 812 Oil
Transient, per day 2 on
Table. Board, per week 7 ou
single M eala , r0
BUT Visitors will find this one of the
most comloi table and convenient houses
in the city, tho roomy being huge, light
and ahy. Hot anil cold water hutlm.
I make a specialty of lepnlrltig Hue
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Ftc,
And Kuatantee th-Nt-ehiss work at
model ate prices.
Hotel at., under tho "Aillngton."
FIVE MOi WATCHES
t3T GIVEN OUT -a
Monday afternoon, November 10th, the
following drew their watches:
Cum 1 Member No. 19.
Cluh 2 Member No. 7.
Oi.uu fl Member No. 4'A.
Club 4 Member No. 20.
Oi.un B Member No. 41.
I Tarties living outside of Hono
lulu, desiring to join one of tho Clubs,
can make their payments by mall.
Mir Remember we aro giving youl a
Solid 14 Karat Gold Case with tine
full Jeweled Walthani Movement hi
our clubs for
$1.00 Per Week.
1 1 fficliiai fitch d,
J. A. LUCKETT,
All oiders for cartage promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing- & Shipping
Of good Iu transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sana
Iu quantities to suit at lowest prices.
EST Office: Next door to Jas. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 1 9 -aTELEPHONESBfiy- Bell 414
HENRY M. STANLEY
IN DARKEST AFRICA
TIiocom.kta story (f HUiiliarroriit tlirllllin
lnnitiin Hint tlio U wlii iru uf III. Important
itliH(ivi)r.u4l!lapuMtr fur tlio lii.l tlmo In t'10
Murk wrlttiu hy liliiixilf, unlltl a "In Djikwt
A'.""h ,. "l "ut ' 'Kfliri't liy uiiy nf tho no
nl nl Rtai.lii I'O.iki" i, w Ulnn MUtt .la. -fun-11I110
uuil'iitillKiitlc ' 'J'u nu onu of tliiMi Iiaa
HUnlryLonttiliiitiil ullu ,
'1 hi rul k mi iiictlui nlxjitt th'a itatrnwiit m 1,1
cnrn.otliitiii'yurlJji.lJr Wuruiiloiitwili, miS
will Klvii ia'llclr on appll i.l 1 1,
PAIITlnM '" wilt 11 I Iu Id In uli.t.wu
UrU I IUI1 ,at tlio l.u( lta.11 llm Im.
CHARLES scniBNcrt": SONS
Alul tlmt thu iuiivuakIiij 'ilitt it'll 11 uuuilllll'itti
uf agimy from m,
A. L BANCROFT & CO.
132 POST STKEET,
BAN FIIAN ISC0,
(IfiiiiTuI Aiji'iita for t'.n Paclflo Const.
J, W. Ohamberlln,
Mule AkciiI for Iliiwnlliui Klnirilom,
' fill U
NOT! (J 15,
DIM M. WIHTNKV U Immiy iu
iiiiinililii'it in III piiirmi, mill
IiIiiihU In lloiiiilii lij Mini hImiuIihih, hui
lirilt'i'luilll In; will lm unwind In U
JbI !"ltllli' P,' A B Nil Hill B.HriM .
!HI" UJ liu' nil Ituijin Ml'imi iyi) uiup,
From San Franolsoo.
Leave Due at
, S. F. Honolulu
Zealaudm Nov 15 Nov 22
Auinieda Deo 13 Deo 20
For San Franoisoo.
Lcavo Duo at
,. , Sydney Honolulu
Mariposa Nov 20 Deo 13
Zeahuidia Dec 24 Jan 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F.
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. ..Dec 18
Friday, . . Nov 7
Friduy. ..Deo 5
Australian hi Sirnci
Tim ne tiiil tlio Al -Moel tiitiuiili:p
Of UitMcnliif.Mi.Hi,.tii,i. .iiiiiiint, .ll
bo dim in llniiolnlu In iu Syilnot
ami Auolib.iiil on .ilHiiu
Dec. 13, 1890.
And will leave .ftii tlirHliouiiil win.
mulls anil passenecis on ,ir nlmnt iut
1'K'llnn CC.ib,Mi.u.,noSa apl.v
V-'h, Q. IU WIN a CO., Afioau.
For Sydney and Auckland.
'tie iipvaui flno Al steel siuMii-iiin
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Han
Fninoisoo on or alioni
IMov. 22, 1890.
Anil will hwe prompt dlr-piiUu wtltj
iiallh .mil iiiuengers for the above porta.
For freight or pttssage, havluK SU
PKRK R ACCi M M0DAT1ONH, appl
7 WM. O. IRWIN & CO.. Affonto
74 King St.
74 King St.
Rattan and Rood Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
. i .-x'rvcsssj
sm M 5-1 I; H)KUP
Tho In':ed't.T b'oc.I pobon of
sciof,ihd. elop.'ti, il-e dri!cat6 ti.sius
ot tuo tifrtln, siiuiiai wd lirtto ei an i
inlir.iiit'oc, iuiocrr.n I Jnmniiy. It en
Hrgea the cl.i'n aof the th oat, impulra
the Eeane ot smelt and tasia or Intake
into conumin v nice h oh ho m ck. It
destroys thii 1'i'ips. . r tills thera with
tub.rculouy o rciims ! eita nwiv
Ihe roalinjt of tin Momaeh. tnla eras1
the liver, t lo'ra t!u kiflmivj. cu. ipb
Hconstlpation nml ludt.ces piles No
Human ageicy can so mjiu uuv pnr
mauently and ei i)iio;nlciill eleutw tl e
blood of 8'inMnu; i'l on,rli'ar the
complexion and (ilifti.'w.tlu ami 1 1 -oil.
as Keillor's .yi,ut ft'o. tj, the
great blood purila.
Renter's Healing Soap
Upo it alwave if von wish for a fair.
clear skin, a nil't, a ipplu i.Ktu. GTvi-h
a natur-.l llnl. imtit it fi pline. ro-
niovw blotcluui, piuveiiU eruplloiia.
1 . i i
HOLUSTER $ QO.,
pup niHtrlbntlngAgepU. lm
From and after thU date we
will not bo ii'Hponidble foriauy
f i eight after same has been
midei, J'arlleH to wiom
frolKht la eonflltfiicd iniut bo at
tlio aiilii; tft lucelye. -fllBht.
VIM)KU8 H. 8, Co,
lloiiolulii, Hepl. o, lbDO. iiBo tf
rVUH Kiiiu'miiI Muleinlly llimin ban
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piillKliU, ,wl(i of uiiiilnriilii iiiimnn
Wiii wlkli Iu tu'iMiiM ii liiiinn mi rPiiwuu
it b In Idiiiih. htifoit) and ilnilni tlio tlnni
if lllll''lllllliiIH'lll. ItufW M'W l'(
IIIIIMMK HIM) llll'llll'lll
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