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DAILY BULYLHTIN : HONOLULU, H. 1.,' NOVEMBER 28, 18H0.
J. N. 8. WILLIAMS,
It. MOKE, : :
Engineers & Iron Founders,
Office & Works, : Esplanade, Honolulu.
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Steam Boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Cars,
Cano Cars, Elevators, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought & CaBt Iron Work for House Builders,
Water Wheels & Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
Hole AscutM Hawaiian Islands for tho
Repairs of all kinds
of Machinery done at
at short notice.
Special Bargains in All Bepariient al
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S.
White Dress Goods, in striped, at
10 cents yard.
Victoria Lawn, lOy piece, for 75
All colors Moiree Silk, $1.25 and
$1.50, formerly $2.50 yard.
All wool Plaids, reduced for 50 and
75 cents yaid.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE !
Dressmaking under tho management of Miss CLARK.
You can find the
Ladies', Misses' &
Leading s Millinery s House
Ghas. J. Fishel, Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Beg to announce that in consequence of extensive lepairs to their building, they
aic Removing their Stocks of Goods to the
MoINEIMVY -:- BLOCK.
Dining lemoval, in order
Tleir Entire Stock is
Persons requiring anything
New Goods !
Have lately been received and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
OurpoutorB', Blacksmiths', MachliiUUi' &. Plumbum' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS 1
Kitcliuu IMoiikIIw, Paints, OIIh, VurnUlii'M, Lamp (JimmIk miiiI
JUIO'J HtMW Pump, WNlM'l CUlrlfllH
reasonable rates and
Embroideries, dress longths, ortlv
$5 and $7 piece.
Black Laces & Flouncings, at your
All styles of Curtains & Drapery,
Gents' Underweai, White Shirts,
Sock, Etc., Etc.
Latest Styles of
to save expense of handling
droit at Miiccil Rates
their line will find this a specially favor-
New Goods !
fresh Invoices are on the war.
F. HORN'S PIONEER
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
They will have a huge supply on hand
. of their well-Know n
GOOD aud H1C1I
For this coming Thanksgiving
To tlie Lies of Willi!
BS?" I will Roast Tin keys, Chickens,
Dunk's, Geese, Hams, Sucking Pigs and
oilier incuts to order at teasonablo lates
foi Thanksgiving Day.
1'iopi letor of the Pioneer Steam
Candy Fattoiv & Ilakciy.
Gsntral Heat laitet
3m? NunaGQ Street,
hi the new building, adjoining Love's
Bakery, wlieio you can pio-
cuie the choicest
Beef, Molti, Teal, Pork,
JPoultry, -ISto., X2tc.
Various Kinds of Sausages
Boof Sausage, Bologna Baniage,
Special Domestic Pork Sausage,
tSyTho Boston Nuuautt Street."
Smoked Mntton Hams,
Oornod Beef & Pork.
CSTYour patronage respectfully soll
'clted. Satisfaction guaranteed to all
- So Clilncso Emplojed. -0
1 WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
First-class, Reliable Batchers.
Bell Tolo. 369 -BtgyMulual Tele. 362
The Pacinc Mall S. S. Co.'s Fine
"CITY OF RIO de JANEIRO,"
Will sail for the above ports
on or about
For freight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
HAS removed his olllce and icsldence
to the new building opposite the
Hawaiian Hotel, on Bcetaniti street.
LOST or STOLEN
ONE Brown Sorrel
small "m" on neck.
Finder will be suitably
rewarded by retmn
lug same to
2MILOII Cows, nearly
stock. Apply to
BROWN LEGHORNS 1
ROWN Leghorn Cocke
rels for sale, guaranteed
thoroughbred. Address "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," ICa
piolanl Park; Mutual Tcle-
AyBKY Convenient and
Desfrable Cottage fur
nished or unfurnished, near
the old baseball ground at MaklM Ap
ply at GULICK'S AGENCY,
075 tf 38 Merchant stieet.
A SUITE of Three Nicely
Furnished Jtooms, two
bedrooms aud parlor, on
Punchbowl street near Palace Walk:
suitable for two single gentlemen.
004 tf II. V, 1IKBBAKI).
Cottniru wllh imiitihiM.
ilutiiiiiud euiik-houiut mill Km-
viiiiIh' idiiiiih. huge htiibltt, otcniiNiiu.
mill Avenue, near tfuhool hliuut, l.tugn
vuid with ft lilt liiiubiuiililiiilrullinMUH,
Hunt iuHoimlilu, Apply to
1)10 if MiiMJ. AWNfl,
WWm Lot nn lliw.
lun la miiHH, ui jit In iik
Mr. TifKhmiiV ii)itiiui. Kl
In, (ioi!K hi
l) III. il'H'Pl
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THE WORLD OVER.
Twenty million acres of land of
the United States arc held by for
eigners. Now Hampshire's seventy-two
savings banks bhow $8,426,428 in
crease in deposits in the last year.
A single page of manuscript by
Charles Dickens recently brought
$200 at a sale by auction in New
A hotel so big as to take up the.
space of a square is to be built in
St. Louis at the cost of $1,000,000.
A piece of real estate in tho cen
tre of Chicago's business portion is
said to be valued at S1C.000 a front
It is expected that the census now
about to be taken in the City of
Mexico will show a population of
Tho late Justice Miller wai the
oldest judge on the Supreme Bench
in point of service. He had seived
An anonymous donation of $10,
000 for a building lias been made to.
the Young Men's Christian Associ
ation of Haverhill, Muss.
The French Society of Hygiene
has decided that the chniges against
American meats that they ate un
wholesome are unfounded.
At the funeral lecently of an aged
lady at Woolwich, Eng., her sevi'ii
sons, all clcigymeti of the Chuich of
England, were present.
A horse valued nt $75,000 was
killed one day recently at Pueblo,
Col., by the starting of a train
while he was being taken into a car.
General Fremont's cannon, "Old
Sacramento," which he took across
the plains on his first expedition, is
at the Kansas Statu Capitol.
Harvard College is in need of
$100,000 or $150,000 for its library,
and the alumni and undergraduates
are trying to raise such a sum of
The procession at Cork on tho
anniversary of the birth of Father
Mathew was two miles long, and
consisted of delegates from the total
abstinence societies of Scotland,
England and Ireland.
The October bulletin of the Bos
ton Public Library gives a hcliotype
fac-simile of the famous letter of
Columbus, which had the first in
formation Columbus gave concern
ing his great discovery.
It is said that the Canadian Gov
ernment will expepd immediately a
quarter of a million dollars toward
biinging over a supciior class of
German immigrants and settling
them in the Northwest.
The new German-African Com
pany, formed in Berlin to plant
colonies in South and Southwest
Africa and in Morocco aud Tripoli,
hopes to divert the stream of emi
gration from America to Afiica.
A lawsuit begun 200 years ago
has just been decided by the impe
rial courts in Leipsic It was be
tween the city of Lubeck and Meck
lenburg, and concerned the posses
sion of lands on the river Trave.
Ernest C. Howe, a young New
Haen bicyclist who started to ride
across the Continent on August 14,
arrived in San Francisco about two
weeks ago, having ridden the whole
distance on a safety bicycle.
John Hackley, who has glycu a
$100,000 library building to Mus
kegon, Mich., worked his way from
Baltimore to that city twenty years
ago, a poor boy, on a lumber vessel.
He made a foituue in lumber.
The Washington mill at Lawr
rence, Mass., will increase its capa
city, giving employment to 750
more operatives. The Arlington has
already decided to increase its plant
and employ 500 more persons.
Trouble has arisen at Constanti
nople between Mr. Ilirsch, the Am
erican minister, and the Porte over
the arrest of an American subject
on suspicion of being implicated in
Armenian revolutionary plots.
Ballington Booth, second son of
the head of the Salvation Army and
Commissioner in command of the
Army in this country, has decided
to undertako the project of erecting
in New York city a building as a
memorial to his mother.
Dom Pedro, during his recent
visit to England, assured the Queen
that he had no intention of seeking
restoration to the throne of Brazil,
aud that the republic which had
been established would be tho per
manent form of government.
The German Emperor alwoys tra
vels with a suite of secictarics aud
telegiapheis aud business is tran
sacted just as if he were in Berlin,
and Iiis first care is to establish dU
rect telephonic communication either
with the capital or the nearest point
Ifev. S. R. Hallldny, pastor of the
Needier Memorial Congregation
Church, Brooklyn, N, Y,, has hud
remarkable success in building up
tills church which was a very weak
church without a homo, when liu
took hold of It. Thoy mot for wor
ship for tho first time In thu now
odlllcu Oct, it,
Tim ilonth of Sir liluluinl Burton
iui'iiIIb thu fuut Unit, lllui u good
iniiiiy other illwtlnyiilelieil Kngli.
men, ho twin horn In Iiuluud, llu
s II iiiitlvu of (Julwii)', iiinl wiu
horn In 1H3I. llu yrmluutml at
Uxfouli i'iiti)Hii Mid hi my, mhivdiI
ulylilufji yriir In liiiHit, uinj ilMiii,
uiilrliuil iiliiifulf In Hid (JiIioihiii
Our Last Club
Is Now Being Formed I
And If you oio thinking of joining a
club dojnot delay It any longer, as wo
cannot tnko your name after tno bth
club has been organized. Join now as
It is your Inst chance to go In one of our
club3 and sreuio a
Solid 14 Karat Gold Watcli for
' $1.00 Per Week.
Monday alternoon, November 24th, tha
following drew their watches:
Clwu 1 Member No. 40.
Cluu 2 Member No. 2t.
Oluii 3 Member No. 14.
Cluu 4 Member No. 15.
Cluu C Member No. I).
H. F. Wl
J. A. LUCKETT,
Pearl City !
O meet the domand of the pub-
S He for an oppoitunlty to i-dt
PCA1U. l 1TV, the 0AHU RAILWAY &
LANU COMi'ANY have arranged to
have an Omnibus lo meet o,ich tralu
fiom Honolulu at Puakl Oitv Sta
tion eveiy day (bundays excepted)
fiom Novembci ICth to November
20th Inclusive; dining which time
Special Tickets will bu Issued at
Honolulu Siuliou with coupon at
tached to cover the bus fnre.-nt a
cost of GO cents each, for the louud
trip, to and oer Pjsaul City aud
icturn. The Company desire that
all intending pui chasers shall have
an oppoi tuulty to see the Lots of
feiedfor tale, aud that thoy may
also see the provision made for an
umplu supply of Pure Mountain Wa
ter. The bus provided will take
people all o er that part of Peaul
City now laid out in streets. The
distributing i eservoir full of water
contains about 700,000 gallons and is
situated at au elevation of 100 feet
above sea level.
The Company proposes to make
within a month or two another dis
tributing reservoir about a half mile
farther up, at an elevation of 190
feet above sea level, which will sup
ply wator for all Lots above the lev el
of the present distiibuting ie;-ei vo;r.
The situation of tho Lots above the
100 feet elevation Is fine, and the
view of PtAUfc llAituon and the
sm i oundlng count i y is inobt chai in
lng. but the Company want the
public to seo for themselves, aud
theiefore make it possible for all to
do so, at a ti tiling expense, aud
with the least possible physled
EST Eeine mber. those who Buy
at the Firt fale'vili securo Lots
at & Liwer Price than they can
be bought; ut ny future tim.3 !
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
General Manager O. It. & L. Co.
Purchasers of Lots at Pearl City will
Please Take Notice.
'pHE Oahu Railway & Land Co. have
JL made arrangements to deliver
lumber and all kinds of Building mate
rial at the Pearl City Station at the
regular Honolulu pi Ices.
Those desiring to balld at Penil City
upon laiid sold by the Company please
call at the Company s olllce for further
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
General Mauager O. R. & L. Co.
N Of I OI5.
DUIHNO my Uiiipoiuiy uh'om'i'fiuni
the Kingdom, Hon. ''mil 1', Inu
ku.i, will nut it Ciowii l.uud Agont,
Q, W. MAUI'AHLA.SMJ,
Umwn l.tnid Aumil,
lliiliolillii, Nov. U, IHUti, 7I Iw
1"llti:itTfioui ,'K)l'l li I'oiiklgiiiuiiiil
of Diilivi'i I'Uiiuli tt lii.'ti 0ii.
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TO THE LADIES !
Of Hun Francisco,
(Propi letor of tho Bcdfern House. Mar
ket Stieet, under Palnco Hotel),
Intends to romaiu In Honolulu for the
next three or four months for thebcuellt
of his health, during which time be has
eoucluded to opcu a
U ItHT-Ct, A.WS
Ladles' Tailoring & Dressmaking
13HT A M L.rMIIllX'JNrX
Ladles wishing to have their Full and
Whiter Co'tuims made will do well to
rail nt once to secure their ciders.
Hidim; Habits, Genuine Tailor-made
Costumes, Traveling Ulsteis, Jackets,
all IheLatest Designs lu
Promonnd and Evening Costumes.
fffi- Ills ualveisal reputation as a
Fitter and Utessinaker Is too well
known to need any further recominnnd
atlon. Ho wi 1 gnurauti peifect satls
tiou. Cor. Fort & Hotel Stf.
(Over Templo of Fashion.)
HAMMERSMITH k FED,
118 SUTTIJIS y ,
Nun FrnnclHpo, : t Oullforiilu.
Silverware, Silver Jewelry,
Silver Mounted Canes,
bllvar Mounted Umbrellas,
Ouyx Mantel Clocks,
Gold Pens & Pencils,
ITlno JUoivtlior Ooodb,
Reliable Goods at Reasonable
("Catalogue sent to any address free
on i equest.
BSyMiiil oideis promptly and care
(EgTDiamouds and Piecious Stones
mounted in the latest styles.
REMOVAL NOTICE !
Pianoforte Tuner & Repairer,
Has removed to 19G Fort street,
The lesidence foimerly occupied by Dr.
Orders can be left -at H. II. Williams'
Cabinet Warehouse, 115 Fort street;
Hawaiian News Co.'s Music Store, or
at my residence, lufi Fort street
B5 All oiuers piomptly attenueu to.
ort Street House,
X84. Port Street,
Is the family hotel of Honolulu. All
the comforts of home.
Rooms with or without Board.
Board, per week, according to rooms
810 to 812
Transient, per day , 82 00
Single Meals 60 Cents
llociuiM liiu'ce. Light and Airy. Hot
uud Colit IJutliM.
11. II. BKKRY.
704 2m Propi letor.
liolul ML., t Honolulu.
J. H. FISHER, Prop.
Board and Lodging, per week, (mc
coidiug to location of rooms,..
810 00 to 812 00
Tratiblent, per day 2 00
Table Boaid, per week 7 00
blugle Meals GO
jjar-Visitors will hud this one of tho
most comloi table and convenient houbos
in the city, tho looms being huge, light
aud ahy. Hot and cold water baths.
rfMIE Kaplolanl Maternity nome has
JL two rooms to accommodate paying
patlunts. Ladles of moderate means
who wish to secure a hnme on reason
able terms, before and during tho time
of their confinement, whoro tno best of
food, attendance, nursing and medical
skill will bo piovlded, will please apply
at tio Home to Mrs, Miller, tho matron,
who will attend to odmlttance, jglvo
tonus or other Information rcniili u7
Honolulu. Oct. 4. 1MIQ, mt Htn
rpiIK nndt'tslgiied have this day
X funned u coimitueuhli) for the
iniinosi! of ilenlluu
liny, giiiiii, etc,,
iiiidni the tiiimu of thu California Feed
Co, T.J KNQ,
llimolulii, Rept, J7, 1H00, 111)1 tf
NOTM'i; U hoiiiliy hIvuii tliul Hit.
pulljl ullllf(iU oxl hk
Hum. iniiliii' llni 111 I n niiinii nf l'l lui llu.
mi hmiii Cu.," Ii'l hi'i'ii illnnlytnl
niluiil i'miiniiii Mi it'll liScpiDiiihui,
', T. s IhwIii iioiiijiu ii I llu.
Oceanic SteamsMp CDQu'y.
From San Franolsoo.
Leave Duo at
S. F. Honolulu
Alameda Dec 13 Dec 20
For San Franolsoo.
Loavo Duo at
Mariposa Nv 2G . . . .Dec 13
Zealandia Deo 24.... Jan 10
Intormodlato S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F. I Leavo Honolulu.
Friday. . .Dec 5 Friday. . .Dec 18
Australian Mail Semes
Ftt SAN' VIKAK'tStVt.
Tho Now and Fine Al Steol Steamship
" Mariposa, '
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu fiom Sjdnoy
and Auckland on or about
Dec. 13, 1890.
And will loavo for tho abovo port with
malls and passengerv ou oi
about that itate.
1D&r For freight or passage, having
suj eilni accommodations, apply to
ntfi. IKVVIB & CO.. L'0,
For Syslney and Auckland,
The New and Fine Al Steel Stenmshlp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sau
, Francisco on or about
Dec. 20, 1 890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails aud passengers for
tho above ports.
BS For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm G. IRWIM 3c CO.. L'd,
74 KlDg St,
74 King St
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
. Moved With Care.
'Matting and Carpets Laid,
Fine Upholstering & Bedding,
Roll ertsonHitclic o cfc
All orders for cartage promptly atteudod
to. Particular attention
paid to the
taring & Shipping
Of good In transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
I" Opkioe: Next door to Jas. F.
Morgan's uuction room.
VhI M KteaftSfPiyPyjiiCM
DH..I. M. WHITNEY Is huppy to
iinuotuico to his patrons mid
friends In Honolulu and elsewhere, Unit
henceforth ho will ho ussUtod In his
dental rooms by Dr A E NICHOLS, gnu!
imtu of Urn Ht. Louis Dimta) OolWe,
and forBoveral youis it hiiui'ohn(ii1 prau.
Ilomir In J'ttsmluiiu, (Jiillfornhi. Ollleo
Iioiiir UN before fmm Hilio a, m, to -1 i!IO
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III mil hu n.ijiiiiju fur iy
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