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UNION IRON WORKS CO.,
J. N. S. WILLIAMS, : : Manaqkh.
It. MOltE, : : : SurKMNTKNDENT.
Engineers & Iron Founders,
Office & Works, : Esplanade, Honolulu.
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Eugiues,
Steam Boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Oars,
Cano Cars, Elevators, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought & Cast Iron Woik for House Builders,
Water Wheels & Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
Tf v4 ,.-" K -jH& IK IHk 1
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Hole Ajrcnts Haniillun Inlands tor tlio
PELION WATER WHEEL I
fflST Repairs of all kinds of Machinery done at reasonable rates and
at short notice. 690 tf
Special Bargains in Ail OepMt ai
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S.
White Dress Goods, in striped, at
10 centB yard.
Victoria Lawn, lOy piece, for 7C
All colors Moireo Silk, $1.25 and
$1.50, formerly $2.50 yard.
All wool Plaids, reduced for 50 and
75 cents yard.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE I
gjF Dressmaking under the management of Miss CLARK.
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
THo. 29 ir-OJRI? STREET,
(Near the Custom House)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages :
Flail, Sweet, Lemon, Strawberry or Cream Sola,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Grab
UBing exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
POUT STREET. : : :
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
f-i ' l :
I - 4
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V) , - '
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', Blacksmiths', Machinists' & Plumbers' Toole,
3&OUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kltcliou Utcnslla, Paints, OIIh,
him Wwton's cinirNiilb,
WILCOX 1 011)1)8, A MHm MMH Mm
furtHHinri nKMnrrmmrttoim iuftnWi
Embroideries, dress lengths, only
$5 and $7 piece. i
Black Laces & Flouncings, at your
own prices. '
All styles of Curtains & Drapery,
Gents' Underwear, White Shirts,
Sock, Etc., Etc.
Varnishes, Lump Goods uml
DAlJL.1t BUJLiLirfN J
F. HORN'S PIONEER
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
Tlicy will have n large supply ou linml
of their well-known
GOOD null XtlOII
For this coming Thanksgiving
To the Laities of MoMu!
B6y I will Koat Turkeys, Chickens,
Ducks, Geese, Hums, Sucking Pigs and
other meats to order at icasoiiablo r.Ues
foi Thanksgiving Day.
Pioprlctor of the Pioneer Steam
Camlv t'uctorv & llakery.
Central Meat Market,
m&w Nuuaiiii Slrcet,
In the new hulldiug, adjoining Love's
U.iUeiy, where you can pio-
euie the chuieist
Beef, Mutton, Teal, Fori,
1 .Poultry. JBto , lilo.
Various Kinds of Sausages
Beof Bansago, Bologna Sausage,
Special Domestic Pork Sausage,
C5?Tho Best on'Nummu Street. "ij
Bmokod Mutton Hams,
Oornod Beef &, Pork.
CSTYour patronage respectfully soli
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed to all
ar No :iiiiioHe tupIojcd. -s
WESTBROOK & TAYIiOR,
v First-class, Reliable Butchers.
Boll Tele. 369 -JHMutual Tclo. 362
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
T the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Union Feed Co.,
(L'd)held at their olllee, this 19th day
of November, the following olllceis
were elected to serve for the ensuing
E. C. Macfarlane President,
F. W. Macfarlane i &
F. R. Vida Secietary,
C. Posse Auditor.
F. R. VIDA,
715 8t Seeretaiy.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the stock
holders of Wllder's Stcainsliln
Co., (IAI), held
at their olllee in this
city, Nov, 17th,
the follow! ne: olllcers
were re-elected to serve during the en
Win. (5. Wilder President.
Jno. F. Hackfeld. . .Vice-President,
Sam'l B. Rose Secretary,
Sam'l B. Rose Trcusuier,
Win. F Allen Auditor.
S. B. ROSE,
Honolulu, Nov. 17, 1800. 71 a lw
BROWN LEGHORNS !
BROWN Leghorn Cocke
rels for sale, guaranteed
thoroughbred. AddrebS "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," Ka
plolanl Park) Mutual Tele-
THE Residence of Mrs. A.
Long in Pauoa Valley.
ONE House and Lot on
Beretanla street, a few
doors above the Arinorv
For particulars Inquire within.
A VERY Convenient and
Desirable Cottage fur
nished or unfurnished, near
Die oiu uaseuau ground at Alakikl Ap
ply at QU LICK'S AGENCY,
C75tf H8 Merchant stieet.
A SUITE of Thrco Nicely
Fuinisbcd Rooms, two
bedrooms and narlor. on
Punchbowl street near Palace Walk:
suitable for two single gentlemen.
GUM tf II. P. IIEBIJARI).
STOIUSS TO LET.
qMVOBtoioBon King sti oct
1. recently ocuuplud by
Mr. Gluts, lliiMlatiu. to let at
reasonable tuiital, PieinUes litivu Iwon
thoioiighly leiiovutDil, Possesulou ut
once, Apply to
MMA A IHWIilTlHiB KIVll'lllNIIII
JiBTm f uoiinKD, with iuiniiiii,
IKaJI i lit I lie inl nuiK'liDlinn illitl Ml
WIUTImIIUi lllll Mlllllili t'lll.i Mil huu
Hliii.rt iiiiiji, nuHr nj
t'!l '.IIPI-. Ml KU
HONOJjUUU, H. I", tf AVJSMBMB 25, 180.
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i mm. 1 1 fear?
San jFraiiciicoi iVbu. tfi per S.
Hcwniin riiiifliir.i) with winh.
Four police olllcers raided tlio
National Hotel ntLcnvcmoutli, Kan
sas, nml carried away nil the winu
and glnsswnre that was to bo used
tit a banquet to Allen G. Tliuriimn
by the Bandana Club. A largo
crowd followed the patrol wagon to
the city jail. Although it was pro
tested that the wine belonged to tho
club and not to the hotel, the thirty
gallons of wine were emptied into
The policemen who made tho
seizure were arrested on the charge
of larceny, and no re followed bc
foro the magistrate by a crowd of
COO men. The mob became so up
roarious Hint the policemen had to
be removed to the jail, a. large crowd
following and shouting, "Hang
them!" "Shoot them!" Tho po
licemen were released on 81500 bail
Twenty deputy sheriffs were
sworn in and took possession of the
National Hotel, with orders to ad
mit no one not having a ticket.
The president of the board of police
issued an order to the police that if
an attempt was made to serve the
wine at the. banquet they were to
raid the place at once. The mem
bers of the Bandana Club . then an
nounced that they would fight for
At a late hour no trouble had oc
curred. The deputy sheriffs bad
the hotel in charge, and the ban
quet, with wine, was iu progress,
the room in which it was held being
closed to all except those holding
tickets or wearing a deputy sheriff's
badge. No attempt has been made
by the police to raid the banquet
uisanAcnruL kiot at ann aishou.
Students of the University of
Michigan, Ann Arbor, got into a
disgraceful and fatal conflict with a
body of militia. The students fell
in behind the company, much to its
annoyance, and Sergeant Granger
ordered the company to charge the
Then ensued one of the fiercest
hand-to-hand conflicts ever witness
ed here. Coming to the corner of
Liberty ant Division streets, the
students had closed up behind, and
t'he cry "charge" was heard. The
soldiers had no bayonets, but they
clubbed their rillcs and hammered
the students right and left The
latter were armed with stones and
fence pickets, and for ten minutes
the clubbing and stone-throwing
went on, and scarcely one who took
part escaped with a whole skin.
The police finally separated the
combatants. living Dennison, son
of F. L. Dennibon of Toledo, djed
in hospital the following moriiTng
from a fractured skull. Sergeant
Gnmger was badl hurt and several
students were seriously injured.
There is a dispute as to which be
gan the hostilities.
Col. Bruce, the well-known turf
editor, is advocating a National
Jockey Club, as the only effectual
means for putting down corrupt and
fraudulent practices on the turf.
Senor Guanes, the new Spanish
Minister to the United States, bad
an interview with President Harri
son, iu which expressions favorable
to reciprocity were exchanged.
Mexico, tho Argentine Republic,
and other South American countries
are making overtures to the United
States, with a view to taking advan
tage of the reciprocity conditions at
tached to the McKinley bill.
On the recommendation of Gen
eral Miles, the War Department has
ordered troops from several points
in the vicinity of the Sioux reserva
tion to take the field at once. There
will doubtless be a repetition of the
scene enacted several years ago,
when General Sheridan massed a
large force of United States troops
near Fort Reno, Ind. T., and pre
vented a threatened outbreak.
General John Moore, U. S. A.,
retired, on a visit to Washington
said that "the stimulus which the
McKinley law has given the mining
industries of tho new Northwest, by
increasing tho duty on lead ore, can
hardly be overestimated. In the
region of the Cajur d'Aleno many of
tho mines which were found unpro
fitable heretofore are now open and
doing business and giving employ
ment to many idle laborers at 8!i
to $4 per day." As a consequence,
many now smelling mills will bo
erected iu tho Northwest, particu
larly in Montana.
Senator lngulla is determined to
try for re-election. Ho is certain of
going into tlio light with seventy
votes, within fourteen of enough to
elect him, mid siiys lie would iimku
tho light if holdiuw hu had butlliruu
votes uml knew hu would gut no
Trump outlaws mo terrorizing thu
Holwylklll vttlloy, l', Within tltu
jmut f oi might tlmy Imvu humi nu
ciiaud of oiuyoii JiKiuiiillury llrst
ulgliiiidit hiirifliiiN uml nun lilgliuny
inlihitry, nil iiDiiiuiriiUtil within h i
(lliiNof Hilily iiiilnu llemllng.
Dnvlil Mi'lfimn, uK'icitiii)t uf
IliU bltVIMIIIIlll, Mu ttlJlliJUtil lluulj,
uM wjdUjUuiuI u iwu i'uura hi Ulli
Pearl City !
HTO meet tho deinand of the pub
l lla for un oppm ttutlty to visit
Peahi. Citv, the OAHU RAILWAY &
UNO COMPANY have arranged to
have an Omnibus to meet eaeli trnlu
fiom Honolulu at Puahl Citv Sta
tion every day (Sundays excepted)
fiom November lntli to November
23th Inclusive; dining which tbno
Spcci.il Tickets will bu Issued nt
Honolulu Station with coupon at
tached to cover the bus fare, nt a
cost of (H) cents each, for tho round
trip, to and ocr Pkaul Citv and
return. The Company desbu that
all Intending purchasers shall have
an oppoi miuty to sco tho Lots of
fciedfor gale, uud that tboy may
also see tho provision made for tin
ample supply of Puro Mountain Wa
ter. The bus provided will take
people all over that part of Pr.Aui.
Citv now laid out In stiects. Tlio
distributing ioei voir full of water
contains about700,0!IO gallons and Is
situated at an elevation of 100 feet
above sea level.
The l ouipany pi opuses to intike
within u mouth or two another dls
tiibutlnej lesei voir about u h.ilf mile
fattherup, ut an elevation of l!)0
feet above sea level, which will sup
ply w .iter for all Lots above the lovul
of the pi esent dlstt Ibutiug reservoir.
The Munition of this Lots above tho
Hit) feet elevation is line, and ti.e
view of I'eaui. 1 1 Allium and the
surrounding- cuuniiy Is mosteliarui
Ing, but the Company waut the
public to see for themselves, und
therefore inuko It possible for all to
do so, at a tillllug expense, and
with the least possible physical
V$T Remember, those who Buy
at tho Fir t Sale will secure Lots
at a Ipwor Price than they cin
be bought at any future time !
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
General Manager O. It. & L. Co.
Our Last Club
Is Now Being Formed!
And if you are thinking of joining a
club douot delay Jt any longer, as wo
caunoc take your name after the (Jtb
club has been organized. Join now as
it is your last cbaiieo to go in one of our
clubs and scenic a
Solid 14 Karat Gold Watch for
$1 OO Per Week.
Monday afternoon, November 17th, the
following drew their watches:
Cluu 1 Member No. 3S.
Ci.ui 2 Member No. 2(5.
Club 3 Member No. (!.
Ci.un 4 Member No. 10.
Cluu 5 Member No. 57.
fi. F. Vltkltl M CI.
HAIIERSMITH & FIELD,
U8 HUTTMl HT,
Silverware, Silver Joweliy,
Silver Mounted Canes,
Silver Mounted Umbiellas,
Onyx Mantel Clocks,
Gold Pens it Pencils,
XT'Iiio l.ontlioi' GoihIi.,
Reliable Gooes at Reasonable
S&" Catalogue sent to any addipssfice
B&"XLn ouler.s piomptly and care
ESTTMuinouds and Piecious Stones
mounted In the latest styles.
REMOVAL NOTICE !
Pianoforte Tuner & Repairer,
nas removed to 100 Port stieet,
Tho lesidenco formeily occupied by Dr.
Ordeis can bu left at II. II. Williams'
Cabinet Waieiiousc, HIS Fort stieet;
Hawaiian News Co.'s Muslo Stoic, or
at my resldunco, 1W1 Port stieet
tT All orders piomptly attended to.
Purchasers of Lots at Pearl City will
Please Take Notice,
rPIIK Oahu Hallway
J- nil ilu nnMML'eii
iv. Laud Co. have
lumber mid all Muds uMliilldlng inulu
Mill nt thu IVuM City Station at the
lobular Honolulu pik'iM.
Those duMiluir In bulhl at I'niil City
upon laud Mild by l lit) Company pleiiMi
call ut the Company' ollh'o for fiuthur
H. P, DII.LINflllAM.
(Jiumiiil MuuiiL'iir 0, 11, ,t t, Co,
I A I 'KIND III)'
I ' mill .Mr, I,
iiIuhiumi (him t M.
i, . riiiii.inii link mil
(iijl Hiv)r n( iiiidi in) in lid fur iiiii Hnii
I) !Whliiiiiiil)ii'ii, 1'npi, m, hliiii)
Hill UHUI IIJUIIIIIW HU, mil uilll 8ltll'
I'lmuj iiiviiui uin
iniilhui luTuThn iu
m-Sh Ml T". t J I J.WLt U
I "HI HID
MtfrMMtoWH HHmnJ.rwllfclUWBfc 0Mt
TO THE LAMES !
or Hnn Frnnclapo,
(l'ioi)rlctor of tho Kcdfern House, Mar
ket Street, under Palace Hotel),
Intends to remain In Honolulu for tho
next thrco or four months for the benefit
of his health, during which tlmo ho has
concluded to open a
Lades'Tailoring & Dressmaking
Ladles wishing to have their Knll nnd
Winter Costumes made will do well to
call at ouee to secure 'their orders.
Hiding Habits, Genuine Tailor-made
Costumes, Ti'ivcllng Ulsters, Juekctw.
all tbeLatesl DeMgus Iu
Promonndo and Evening Cotumt".
KT His universal reputation its a
Kilter and Uicssinaker Is too well
known to need any further locomm nid
ation. He vl 1 guai antee pcifcct satia
tion. Cor. Fort & Hotel 8t$.
(Over Teni)le of Fashion.)
Fort Street House,
184. JFort Street,
Is the family hotel of Honolulu. All
the comforls of home.
Booms with or without Board.
Board, per week, aecoidlng to rooms
Transient, per day $2 09
Single Meals v 50 Cents
Kooiiih l.ni'jrts iiicht anil Airy,
nuil Volil ItntliH.
18. II. KKKKY,
XloLel Hi., i Honolulu.
J. II. FISHER, Prop.
Board and Lodging, per week, (ae
coidlng to location of rooms,..
$10 00 to 812 00
Transient, per d ly 2 00
Table Board, per week 7 00
single Meals 50
afiy-Vlsitors will find tills one of the
most comfortable and couveuient houses
in the city, the rooms buing large, light
and airy. Hot and cold water baths.
I make a specialty of repairing flue
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
first-class work at
Hotel st., under tho "Arlington."
All orders for cartage promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good In transit to tho other IslaudB,
Also, Black & White Sand
Iu quantities to suit at lowest pilccs.
tr Oi'i'ioii: Next door to Jas. P,
Morgan's auction room.
J. M. WIUTNIOY Is happy to
announce to his nations and
f i lends In Honolulu and elhuwlieie, that
huucefoith ho will bu ntsUteil in his
dental loouiHby Dr A E NICHOLS, grml
mite of thu St. Louis Dental College,
uml for Mtventl year a sueeuoNful jiruu
lluuer In I'lnmmmii, California. Ofllru
Iioiiih an liufuut from Hi'.IO A, m, loli'.K)
I', m, til) I I in
riMII) Kupluiiinl Muimiilly lliimuhim
1 inn loiiiuHtoiii'inmiiimiliitiiimyliig
imlb'iiU, I,iiillu4 of iiiihIuiuIii iiiuimih
who lli In Muiiiiii n liuiiiii un imimiii'
iiiilu ii'iiiin, iiiifniu uml liming ilmiliiiii
Ut llll'll IMMllllitllt Wlll'lll III!' 1)111 III
iillimiliiiii'ii, nnuliiir mill iiu'ilhui
i II liu Hi ili'Ui Ml pli'iim iipjili
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'""lit i " ,'i""M",7
ill, Mllhu, thu ilinliiiil,
UIJ Hl'jUll 'ih
II II Ml
hi ii i' i iiiuii in e
ti'llfl u Jl MWIi UJ
Oceanic Steamsblp iloimi'y.
From San Franoieoo.
Leave Due nt
S. P. Honolulu
Alameda Deo 13 Dec 20
For San Francisco.
Leave Duo nt
Mariposa Nov 20.... Deo 13
Zealandia Deo 2-1 Jan 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F. I Leave Honolulu.
Friday. ..Poo fi Friday. ..Dec 18
Australian laii imm
FOIl SAP FJfAJV4'BM4W.
The Now and Fine At Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company W1I
be due at Honolulu from .Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Dec. 13, 1890
Aud will leave for the above port, with
malls and passeugeis on oi
about that duto.
eiar- For freight or puss'ige, having
su,eiIoi accommodations, apply lo
v- m v. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
For Sydney and Auckland
The New and Flno Al Steel Stoaruslilp
Of tbe Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due ut Honolulu from San
Frauclsco on or about
Dec. 20, 1 890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls aud passengers for
tho above ports.
EST" For fi eight or passage, baving
superlor accommodations, apply to
m G. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
74 King St..
74 King St.
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
Tho hercditnrv blood nolsnn of
scrofula develops in tho delicate tissues
oi tuo Drain, menuu wellnesses ana
lDiirmities, Uilocv au t insanity. It en
larges tho glands of tho th out, impairs
the sense of emell aud tusta, or breaks
Into consuming nice s on i ho neck. It
destroys the nines, t r nils them with
tuuercuious seero'ions it eats away
tho coating of tho stomach, enlarges
tho liver, clogs tho kidneys, creates
constipation and induces piles. . No
human aeonry can so speedily, per
manently and economically cleanse the
Diooa or scrotuious poison, clear me
complexion and skin, scalp and mood.
as Reutcr'N Kyrui So, 2, the
great blood purifier.
Renter's Healing Soap
TTpo U nlwuva tf von wish for n fair.
clear skin, a wilt, s lutiJo U;in. Gives
a nntnrd tint, impels fr. shucso, ro
moves blotchud, picveuts eruptions.
HOLUSTER & CO.,
From nd after this date wo
will uotbu ii'poiiHlbjo for any
f i eight after samu has bueu
lauded, I'uilliu to wjioin
fielglit Is conslgiiml must bunt
thu binding lo lucuivu tliolr
HjilKilillili Hii)il, fi, 1HIIQ, HMl
HHHiirif iirlHtc iiwllnr'
nth HU WHIT NTIIMWI'i
.(luiiiwiiii) iiii lm nil J Jfl fV MWiluiI
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