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DAILY UL.LMTtN: HONOLULU, H. t. .DECEMBER 8, 181K).
2E8 G01tNX.lt IIOTUL & FORT STKEETH,
Ladies ! special attention Ladies !
Vt desire to announce Hint wo lmvo icteied per liud S S. "Auitialia" ami
"Zealnndia," u ery large mid vniiod kloek from Europe and
tlie States, especially adapted for tide market.
Latest Novelties ! Latest Novelties !
FRENCH ZEPHYRS in latest pattern,
SWISSES, EMBROIDERIES & LACES,
FANCY SILKS, SASHES & RIBHON'K,
"BLACK DIAMOND DYE" HOSIERY, guainnteed fast color,
Juiiclie Underwear. KCid. Gloren.
"FOSTER'S" HOOK &. BEST KID GLOVES, worth $2.50 sell for $2 a
tJF Out your Kid Uloes at tlie "Temple of Fashion." jg&
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES, sell at reduced prices.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, a full assortment.
BOYS', YOUTH'S A CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, especially imported
for the Holiday.
CHRISTMAS GOODS :
A largo assortment of Xmns Goods, consisting of TOYS, DOLLS,
DRESSED, UNDRESSED & KID, WAGONS, CARTS, VELO
CIPEDES, Etc., Etp.
LADIES', FINE TOILET SETS, SACHETS, GLOVE & HANDKER
GENT'S SHAVING SETS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
S. EHKLlCH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Slreeta.
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
R. MORE, : :
Office & Works
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Steam Boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Cars,
Caue Cars, Elevatois, Comeyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought & Cast Iron Work for House Builders,
"Water Wheels Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
v.tS' fsjmr "sw 'Zx v.r
Nolo Asenta Ilawnilmi Inlnnda tor the
PELTON WATER WHEEL
Repairs of all kinds
at short notice.
Special Bargains in All Department 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
1.60, formerly $2.50 yard.
All wool Plaids, reduced for 50 and
75 cents yard.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE I
Dressmaking under the management of Miss CLARK.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
IBiiilders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', Blacksmiths', Machinist' fe Plumbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Cils, Varnishes, Lamp Good and
JUike's.SUain Pomps, Weston's Ceolrlfogalb,
Wilcox & Glbbs. & Remington MH Macbloes,
Dr. Jayoe A Sou Family JtdlclBit,
of Machinery done at
reasonable rate and
Embroideries, dress lengths, only
$5 and !7 piece.
Black Laces &. Flouncings, at your
All styles of Curtains & Drapery,
Gents' Underweai, White Shirts,
Sock, Etc., Etc.
LATEST FOREIGN HEWS,
Frnnciico, JVov. 29,
6 Jtio ilc Janeiro,)
Seventeen lics were lost
burning of the steamer T.
era near Fort Admni, Mississippi.
John It. linker, Philadelphia, mis
appropriated a million dollars of se
curities, belonging to the estate of
Clms. II. Baker, nnd tied.
California men will plnnt n giovc
of thirty acres of ornugc ttees at the
World's Fair in Chicago.
recommends the establishing of
postal savings banks.
President Harrison gave a recep
tion to the Admiral and oflluers of
the Brazilian squadron.
A despatch from Omaha intimates
that the Indians of the Rosebud
agency are more tranquil since they
have rations. Army oiucers ami
agents think there will he no out
The financial situation in Now
York has stoutly improved. Prices
of stocks have advanced in 9omo
cases fifteen points. The bulls havo
matteis pretty much in their own
hands. Money has been cas' since
the late scare ended.
The Congressional committee on
immigration is investigating the Chi
nese question at Poitland, Oregon.
According to the coirccted count
issued by Superintendent Porter on
the 25lh, the population of the
United Stales is 02, 022,250.
While the Butter eleven were
celebrating a football victory over
the Purdue University at Indiana
polis, the kingbolt of a coach in
which they were driving round
broke. The occupants were precipi
tated to the ground, and one was
fatally and five were painfully in
juied. At a football match between Yale
and Princeton at Brooklyn on the
27th, the big free stand containing
2000 spectators collapsed. Kiftj' or
sixty persons, mostly students, wcie
hurt, nianj' of them getting broken
limbs. Yale won the championship
by 23 to 0. The victors and then
mates painted New York city the
proverbial red that night.
The rier Shannon in Ireland has
overflowed, submerging hundieds of
acres of fai m lands.
The French Chamber has voted
12,000,000 francs for public works
in Annam and Tonquin.
Dts. Doni'Iiiib and Levey chaigcd
500 tuaiks fur a single injection of
Prof. Koch's lymph, and Koch has
declined to supply these extoition
er9 with more lymph.
I,itm Uontiemiira lias obtained a
dhoice fiom Lord Conneinaia, on
tlie ground of his adultery with a
servant when he was Governor of
KINO WILLIAM III OF HOLLAND DEAD.
The King of Holland died at The
Hague on the morning of Nov. 28,
in the seventy fourth year of his
age. King William III. of Holland
was born Feb. 19, 1817, and suc
ceeded to the throne on the death
of his father, William II., March
17, 1849. His mother was a Rus
sian Grand Duchess, daughter of
Emperor Paul I., ''thecraz' Czar."
William III. was twice married.
Two sous by the first marriage arc
dead. His second marriage, in Jan
uary, 1879, was to Emma, daughter
of Prince George Victor, reigning
prince of Waldeck-Pyrmont. She
was then twenty-one years of age,
or more than forty years the junior
of her titled husband. Of this mar
riage was born one child, Wilhelin
iua, now ten years of age.
For several years William III.
bad been an invalid. A year or so
ago he was declared incapacitated,
but after a brief icgency recovered
sufficiently to resume his throne. A
short time ago, however, he was
again declared unfit to rule and
Queen Emma took the oath as ic
gent. The Queen Regent has issued a
proclamation declaiing the Princess
Wilhelmina Queen of the Nether
lands, and accepting the regency
during her minority.
The Government has forbidden
newspapers to publish the petition
drawn up by the Jews asking that
they bo pl&ced on n civil equality
.villi the other classes in Russia.
Orders have been given that no
Government work shall be given
Jews outside the territorial limits
A despatch from Warsaw states
that the mother of one of three
young soldiers who were executed
by General Gourko, the Military
Governor, on a charge of murder,
of which they weio innocent, has
gone iu&niie. The day after the ex
ecution the real murderer surrender
ed himself. General Gonrlco is
Padlewsky, the fciipposed asbussiu
of General Neliveibkoll in Purls, has
been traced to Qbteud, whence lie
took the steamer for Dover on
Tliuisduy. Jtritish and French de
tectives arc on his tiuck,
.A 'illll'IT. lU'.JUJIW'.i),
An epidemic of Jnlluun.a prcvaili
at Fueiifklicheu, Hungary, One
thoufcund pereom are tkk, A con
ference of doctors ban been culled,
A mf tllng of AtwichltiM km hold
in J'rU on (lit 23d to diiouii the
aricls of Nihilists recently mado in
that city. 1'adlcwiky, the Russian
Pole suspected of the murder of
General Sollverskoff, was appointed
llonorniy President. Violent
speeches were made and a resolu
tion wns adopted declaring in the
event of a fnilurc to effect a social
reform Micro would be a revolution.
l'AllSm.l, IN DISllltACK.
Charles Stewart Parncll, tlie Irish
home rule leader, and Mis. O'Shea
were found guilty of ndullen in tlie
O'Shea divorce case, Nov. 17. Mr.
Gladstone later wrote to Mr. Morley,
saying that Pnrucll's continuance in
the leadership would be productive
of consequences disastrous In the
highest degree to tlie cause of Ire
land. Parnell's continuance as
leader would not only place many
friends of the Irish cause in a posi
tion of great embarrassment, but
would render Gladstone's retention
of the leadership of the Liberal
party, based as it has been mainly
upon the prosecution of the Irish
cause, almost n nullity.
Uofore the opening of the paihn
mentary session Nov. 25, and before
Gladstone's views were known, there
was a meeting of Home Rulers.
Paincll was loudly cheered ns he
entered the loom, and a motion re
electing him chairman of the Irish
parliamentary party was carried
Thcie was a meeting of the Na
tionalists the same night, but noth
ing was done, and another was ar
ranged for next day. Several Liberal
candidates announced their with
drawal from the campaign, foiescc
Gladstone resents keenly Parnell's
disregaul of his piotest. The Con
servatives nnd Unionists gleefully
chat over the split in the opposition.
The Libcial newspapeis, in many
instances, comment in the strongest
terms upon Parnell flouting Glad
stone ami his contempt for hib
Parnell issued a lengthy manifesto
to the Irish people on tlie 28th. lie
charges the Liberals with trying 10
destroy the independence of the
Irish party, and discloses the secrets
of conferences and negotiations with
Gladstone and other Liberals. He
believes that the party will obtain
home rule, if it remains independ
ent of anj' other paity. The Lon
don papers generally refer to the
manifesto as an ait of ingratitude
and treachery. Fifty-three members
of the party, including Dillon, Es
monde and Justin McCarthy, have
given their names against Parnell.
Twenty-tin ec of his old supporters
will slick to him.
UUIKF JBHVier. OF :,VllO .
Washington, Nov. 20 Justice
Dei ederkrantz, who was appointed
bv Kiuc Oscar of Sweden to act as
arbitrator in the Samoan disputes,
is in the city, and called on Blaine
at the Slate Department to-day.
He is a man of fine appc.it ancc, and
even in America, whore young men
come to the iiout in such numbers,
would be considered 3'outhful for
buch a dignified position.
In explaining his interesting
mission he said: "It is a difficult
task I undertake, but I tiust to ex
ercise my authority for the best in
terests of all concerned. By the
terms of the Berlin Conference the
natives were guaranteed self-government.
They are to have a native
King, but it is left to the Chief Jus
tice to decide in the present case
who is the rightful sovereign. Malie
toa is the ruler de facto, and though
Tamasese, who was Vice-King when
the Germans deposed the former,
was at that time an aspirant to the
throne, I cannot say whether lie is
now or not. I can't make up my
mind this far from the scene as to
the real merits of the diputo, and
must make a thorough investigation
before proclaiming to the Samoaus
the name of thcii monaich."
The Chief Justice will constitute
a court before which nil ciil suits
between the Samoans and foreigners
shall be tried, und between the Sa
moans themselves; also, all lunci
suits and ciiminal cases involving
foreigners with the natives, or with
cacli other. Fiom the decision of
the Chief Justice there shall be no
appeal. It will be seen from Judge
Decederkrantz's talk, though he
was too modest to say so, that ho
will be virtually ruler of the Samoan
group, and that Mallctoa, or who
ever the Chief Justice names as
King, will be mciely a figurehead.
It is well that such responsibility
falls on a person of such high char
acter and attainments, and one who
is thoroughly imbued with the idea
of preset ving the strictest impartial
ity. There aie 14 islands in the
group, on one of which the United
States has the right to the magnifi
cent harbor of Pungo Pango, the
best in the kingdom.
THAT GOOD OIL.
Some months ago, when several
fires occuired in this city within a
few days of eacli other, an Adver
tiser writer plainly hinted that the
National Reform party being mi ag
glomeration of incendiaries, must
have lit those llres, Now, as "Fair
Piny" (good name) can defy crea
tion and the Fire Marshal or "any
other man" to prove Unit infeiior
oil was the cuuiu of the said fires,
why it Hluiids to jetuon that the
"JSutloiiul Mechanics Jtcfcnn
crowd," as they were dubbed ut tlie
time, uiubt have been tin; incoudlu
rm, und it serves 'em rigid, ui
"Fair J'Jiiy" miU it, if Uiey, tliu
wfiikjng Inaeniihjrji', aiiiJ you, ilr,
wliom ii ftbiurdlj ityjt tLoir dr
torlnl "llosi" lmvo now to pay 81 a
caso for oil that will not blow you to
It is nnlly too bad Mint tlio poor
struggling, honest Trust, known ns
the Stnndaid Oil Co., cnniint dump
their refuse hero. Hut, hold on, Mr.
F. P., has it not lcvualcd itsolf to
your penetrating intellect that the
Insurance agents of this city were
the prime movers in the matter of
raising the oil test, and, for which
pel haps tho geneinl public feel more
at ease, the "Mechanics Reform
I get good oil up to tot for 83.60
a case now, and 1 have paid but
very little less for tho same quality
for years. 1 tried about a year ago
when only the Standard "Peail" oil
was in tho market, to use it in a
kerosene cooking stove nnd it Unsh
ed repeatedly so that I had to sell
the stove and fittings worth $U0 for
less than $4. I tried it in a magic
lantern and it would flash in less
than twenty minutes, and yet I paid
81.75 a can for that Inferior oil from
two large importing houses.
Fair Play is altogether too modest
for a defender of a "Trust," and
then he is in possession of some
special knack "of pouring it in." If
he had only signed his name I am
sure he would be in demand to illus
trate to our housewives the mani
pulation by which dangeious oils
can be mule to inspiie confidence;
though I am afiaid he would be in
vited, in most cases, to concentrate
his genius upon some such theorem
as how to leach his maternal ances
tor to milk ducks.
Honolulu, Dec. 5.
WILL UK-OPEN THU
Say View Resort,
Uiiig Utrcot, Honolulu,
irsi-class Restaurant anil
Saturday, Dec. 6, 1890
t" Single meals and table board at
popularpiit.es. The table will be sup
plied with tbe best the market uffdidb.
Good cool's -ind atUMitie wallers.
Our t'i of Taxation!
The wsy It works will bo seen by
coinp.iiiiig the followlug Table- null
Klguies lnktn from tho Uomm anient
UNIOV 1012 CO.
(iDCuipnrated for 8.i0,000.)
TAXES FOK 1890
TaUeu from the Tax Assessor's Books:
UNION icl co.
Cash $ (52 25
3 Horses 800 00
Machinery 30,000 00
TotalTaxes $307 G2
PEOPLE'S ICE CO.
(Incorporated for 150,000.)
TAXES FOR 1890
Taken from the Tax Assessor' BookB:
people's icb co.
Land $ G,G40 00
Improvements 1,950 00
Maehtniry 18,885 00
TotalTaxes 27i! 75
J6y The Union lco (Jo. appeal from
the assessment of 330,000 on tho Ma
chinery with the following lciull:
Court of Tax Appeals for Honolulu, Oahu.
aiteal of )
bmo.v ice compant. )
The Court unanimously affirm tho
assessment of 830,000 ui'ide bv the As
sessor. YV. FOSTElt,
Police Justice of Honolulu.
Ii. C. ABLES.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 18!)0. 721 2w
.LOST or STOLEN
,NE Blown Sorrel
sniull "in" on neck.
Kinder t 111 bti gultablv
- ?3 rewjided by return
ing same to C. BOOTH,
71H tf I'auoa.
A SUITE of Three Nicely
l?iiriilL.1ifii1 IFnrtms twn
V-3i2&M bulrooms and parlor, on
--?.Ja - MKVW WUtV( t,!W
Punchbowl street ueur Palace Walk;
suitable for two xlnglc gentlemen.
GU4Jf H. Y. inCBBAKP.
I TWIST-CLASS dMHiuakr; good
pay; only cxpeiieiiccd hands need
apply, i oiiit Furl uid
(over Llulleh's dry goods moid).
Vf OTICK I" lieieby jrlwin Hull CIiodk
l i i-uiij m m niuiiiy a iiiiiiiiiKi'i'
(finin llil. day) III Hie Iniiuit'M til
IhwMif,' I'uuk 'Jul, uMluuuliil, KimiuI.
(ui;ur )l.iut'i uud Mnr Urppvit), nml
Mi.rjiwitf fiuuw will l)if lint nun up
jioluUd nmiMjuT (ruin dutr, nml lie it
I lm only odd wlio l wutltoi ltul in tun
llitf (Irin n unic
, , JftVOKQ VQOK Vlii.K
Mcnoliilu, P$u, $, im, w tw
Central Meal Market,
In tho now building, xdjolnlng Lore's
Bakery, wheio you can pio-
curo the choicest
Ml, littin, Feat, Port,
Poultry J3to., .ISto.
Various Kindn of Sausages
Beef Sausage, Bologna Bnui,
Special Domestic Pork Sausage,
tST'L'ho Beit on Nutintiu Streot.-S
Smoked Tongues, Smoked Mutton Huns,
Bploed Btef, Corned Beef & Fork,
tS' Your patronage respectfully soli
cited. Satisfaction guarauteetl to all
tar No C'lihit'Hu IinlojC(1, -t
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR.
Flrst-cUss, Reliable Bntobers,
Bell Tato. 369 -tSattarMutual Telo. 862
Infallible for renewing, Invigorating nnd
beautifying the hair, removing scurf, dandruff,
am all affections of tho scalp, and curing erup
tions of the skin, diseases of the glands, muscles
and Integuments, and relieving stings, cuU,
bruises, sprains, etc. The affinity between the
membranes which constitute the skin and the
hair which draws Its sustcnanco from this triple
envelopo Is very close. All diseases of tho hair
originate In tho skin of the head. If tho pores
of the scalp arc clogged, or If the blood and other i
uuios ao noi circulate irceiy inrougn tno small
vessels which feed tho roots with moisture and
Impart lifo to tbo fibres, the result Is scurf,
dandruff, shedding of the hair, grayncss, dryness
and harshness of the ligaments, and entire bald
ness, as tho case may be. Stimulate the skin to
healthful action with Burry'a Trlcophcr-
ona. and tho torpid vessels, recovering their
acthity, will annihilate tho disenso. In all
affections of tho skin nnd of tho substrata of
muscles and Integuments the process and tho
effect are the same, It is upon the skin, the
muscular fibro, and tho glands that Barry's
Trlcophcroua has lt specific action, and
In all affections and injuries of these organs It
Is a sovereign remedy.
Beware of Counterfeits,
From the Greatest Living Prima Donna,
Madame Adeliiia Pattl Nlcollnl.
Montevideo, Joly soth, 1888,
MEHMia. HAntn.lv & Co . Now York.
Sear Sin: I take plo. euro in announcing to
you that lUnnv's Kloiiioa Water Is one of the
few articles alnaya to bo found on my dressing
case, in my conception it in one oz ino Deal or
toilet waters, and for the bath it Is not only de
licious, hut refreshing and Invigorating.1 I
reoommeou v. wiiuouc reserve.
HOLLiSTER & CO.,
T.'ll Distributing Agentt. lm
HAIIBRSIITH k FIELD,
US SUTTim ST.,
Ban Franrlsco, : t California.
Sllvei ware, Silver Jewelry,
Silver Mounted Canes,
fcllvr Mounted Umbrellas,
Onyx Mantel Clocks,
Gold 1'cus & Pencils,
ITlno JLoather Good,
Reliable Goods at Reasonable
j-Catalogueseuttoftny addretn tree
KSfMidl orden promptly and care
EJTDiamouds and Precious Blones
moiiutcd in the latest styles,
RE10VAL NOTICE I.
Pianoforte Tuner & Repairer,
Has removed to 106 Fort street,
The lesldence formerly occupied by Dr.
Orders can be left at II. II. Williams'
Cabinet Warehouse, 115 Foit street;
Hawaiian News Co.'s Music Stoie, or
at my residence, 11)0 Fort stieet
1ST All orders pioinptiy attended to.
FROM this date Mr. Wm. Llsluniin
w ill bIrii our llrm name by prn
cuiatlon. Q W. MAOFARLANE & CO.
IIouolulu, Nov. 25, 1800. 719 tf
DIRECT from Egypt, a consignment
of Dubeu, toiiftls & Co.'s Gen
uine Egyptian Oigauttes, made fiom
the choicest Tiuklbli tobitpcns. The
above brand Is the chnucttn of Europo
and the Continent. Tiy n sumple.
Wholesale ordeia filled. For sale ut
California Flint Muiket.
P. O. UAMARIN08,
Aguntfor the IJuwitliuu Islands,
715 I m
DiHHoIution ol' Co-imrUior-Hhlp,
NOTICP, Is lieieby given that the co
purlnurklilii lit'iflofuro vxlsduif
lii'UVft'ii .1, A, Alon.o und M. V, Mullo,
iimlur lliu ).i of , V, Mellu ,t Co.,"
doing Imi'Iiii'm id Jldii'iliun, Htiwull, Ims
ll.lf du In mi dlkfcolvi'd by ji)iltiu im
runl, J, A, AUomo till) (iniilliiiiu mid
hii.liM-sK In till I'vvn nnine, nnd u'liiuie
J. A AI'I'ONHO,
G f m
From San FranoUoo.
Leave Duo at
8. F. Honolulu
Alatnedn Deo 18 Deo 20
For San FranoUoo.
Leave Duo at
Mariposa Nov 20 Deo 13
Zealandia Deo 24.... Jan 10
Intormodiato S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F. I Leavo Honolulu.
Friday. .,Doo 5 Friday. . .Deo 18
Australian Men Service
FOR H,S FJtAXJBM'n.
The New and Flno Al Steel Steamship
" Mariposa, M
Of the OceauleStenmshlp Company will
ba due at Honolulu fiom Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Dec. 13, 1890.
And will leae for tho abovo port with
malls and pasacngeis on or
about that date.
Sffi- For freight or pussago, having
!Hieiior aecommodatlous, apply to
Vm .. IE7IN & CO., L'd,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The New and Fine Al Steel StCRinihi
Of the-Oeeanlo Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Dec. 20, 1890.
And will have prompt dispatch with;
malls nnd passeugeis for
the above poits.
CSTFor fielght or passage, haviiur
superior accommodations, apply to
fjn Q. IEWIH &CO.. L'd,
74 King St.-mjf 74 King SL-
Rattan and Reed Furnituro.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Car.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
DRAYM EN .
All orders for cartage promptly attended
to. Paitlcular attention
paid to the
Of good In transit to the other Islands,
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
, JSSf Office: Next door to Jus. F,
Morgan's auction room.
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From snd after this date we
will not bo responsible for any
fi eight after samu Iiuh been
lauded. Parties to whom
freight Is consigned must bo at
the lauding to recolvo their
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