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OOltNER HOTEL &
Ladies ! BPEOtAI- attention Ladies !
We desire to nnnottiuo tlml wo hnvo received per Inst S. S. "Aiulrulla" and
"Zenlnndin," n very largo ami nried stock from Europe and
the Htutos, especially mlitjitutl fur this market.
Latest Novelties 1 Latest Novelties !
FRENCH ZEPHYRS in Intel pattern,
SWISSES, EM1JR01DEH1ES t LACKS,
FANCY SILKS, SASHES & RIUUONS,
"RIjAGIC DIAMOND DYE" HOSIERY, guninntecd fiut color,
Un.cli.er3' XJnolei-vveiii. Kid GIovch.
"FOSTER'S" HOOK & REST KID GLOVES, worth .f 2.50 sell for W a
gJtF" Oct your Kid Gloves at the "Tomplo of Fashion." ,fg
GENTS', LADIES' A OHILDREN'S SHOES, sell at reduced prices.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, a full assortment.
HOYS', YOUTH'S A OHILDREN'S CLOTHING, especially imported
for the Holidays.
CHRISTMAS GOODS :
A largo assortment of Xinas Goods, consisting of TOYS, DOLLS,
DRESSED, UNDRESSED & KID, WAGONS, CARTS, VELO
CIPEDES, Etc., Etc.
LADIES', PINE TOILET SETS, SACHETS, GLOVE & HANDKER
GENT'S SHAVING SETS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
S. EHKLiCH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Stxewta.
UNION IRON WORKS CO.,
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
R. MORE, : :
Office & Works,
.Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Steam Boilers, Juice Tanks, Coolers, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Carg,
Cane Cars, Elevators, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought & Cast lion Work for House Builders,
Water Wheels & Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
AjT IWShfeS? If Ksjfc.
j-rx n xb w. hiiiima, -VJ-
IK .Jn'lMFij.ll 'T JjDiifflMMll OCT TIuJl' liMUl. j tJll-IlMutA
Holo Agents Hawaiian IslantlH tor the
PELTON WATER WHEEL I
fflF Repairs of all kinds of Machinery done at reasonahle rates and
at short notice. ' C9C tf
Special Bargains in All Department at
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S.
White Dress Goods, in striped, at
10 cents yard.
Victoria Lawn, lOy piece, for 75.
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 !
tiF Dressmaking undor the management of Miss CLARK.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Bonders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenter', Blacksmiths, Machinists & Plumbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
i J '
Kitclion Utcnslla, I'uintB, CiIh, Varnishes, Lump QoodB and
eernJ JVI oro IisiikIIho.
Blake's Sterna Pomps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr, Jap A Sods Family jedlctoei,
Embroiderios, dress lengths, only
$5 and $7 piece.
Black Laces & Flouncings, at your
All styles of Curtains & Drapery,
Gents' Underwear, Whito Shirts,
Sock, Etc., Etc.
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i Tliriia nnn
Tim !o!lrtro Hojh Mtit tlirlr DrM
rlrn I'lny n (limit (ininn lull mil
mao Nroro.it M iiM43 . i 'jmuo nm
Vory few people thought the col
lego boys would be wlnnors ns the
elevens faced each other for tlio llrsl
time. The ltrtZ7.lcdnx7.le eleven out
woighcd their opponents by one
hundred' pounds nnd presented a
stronger rush line. The tennis were
tlio Rutnu ns printed in Kiidny's
Hui.t.irriN with n single exception,
viz. : Dnvis plnying on the rush hue
nnd W. Tliruin plnying full hnck.
A slight clinnge in thu position of
the plnyers wns made, so Hint the
tennis were composed ns follow s:
Tcck Ulght end.. . Armstrong
Alexander.... Klght tueklc. .It Lyiiinn
E. Tin nm ...ltlghtgimid. . Lvinnii
Mino. .(.VlUor Wood
MeVoy . . . Left gunul Clinmbui lnln
It. A. Lyiunu..r.cft tueklc. H. 11, Lymnn
Davis Loft end Diiiiiun
I'm bet Quarter Angus
llnhlwln Itlght hiilf Wnlkcr
Itlrlmnln Left halt llupnl
V. Tin urn Full bnek....lInyelilon
Captain Angus won the toss nnd
chose the ball. Referee Hichurdson
cnllcd gumc at. 3 : 15. As the col
lege boys put the ball in play they
were greeted with the college cry:
"Onhu on, Oahu on, Puuahou, l'u
nnhou, mnu n mnu." Very nearly
the whole school turned out to sec
their team win their first victory.
The gills were especially enthusias
tic during the game and displayed
the collegu colors buff nnd blue
with a grent denl of zest. Both
elevens, however, had their cham
pions, so both teams were encouraged
to make extra efforts to win applause
from their fair admirers.
First half. The ball is dribbled
to Angus, who passes accurately to
Inpai. Punahou gains ten yards
by tins play and keeps the ball in
Razzledazzle's territory most of the
time. Hall is passed to Walker,
who makes u pretty punt of thirty
yards. The ball is rushed to center
of field by Baldwin and Ricbnids.
Razzledazzle's fail to advance ball
live yauls in three trials, so ball
goes to Punahou. At this point a
dispute arose. The captain of Roz
zledazzle eleven claims ball because
they have lost five or ten yards, but
the college boys soon convince their
opponents that twenty yards must
be lost in order to keep possession
of ball. Wood puts the ball in
play and, by rushing through oppo
nents' center, secures first touch
down, fifteen minutes after play
Il'iysulden kicks a pretty goal,
making the score (! to 0 in favor of
Puiiahou. This touch down was
continued; Rnzzledaz.les claiming
center had no right to rush ball ; on
the oilier hand the college bo,s
claimed that the &atne play had
been practised by American college
elevens lust year. The college boys,
however, would have made a touch
down, as the ball was only a lew
yards from the goal and Piinnfiou
was playing in good form. The bull
was brought to center of field oucc
more. Razzledazeles' ball. They
try the wedge trick, but make little
progicss. Richards finally secures
the ball and carries it to twenty-five
yard line, but he is finely tackled by
E. Lyman. The ball soon goes to
Punahou. E. E. Lyman and Hapai
advance the ball and Walker makes
a good rush through rush line of
Razzledazzles, making ten yards.
At tliis point Razzledazzles take a
shoit intermission to get their wind.
The college boys appear to be in
much better trim than their oppo
nents. The rest of the first half,
ball is kept near center of field.
Second half. This half proves
an unfortunate one for Razzledazzles.
Richards, their captain and best
player, is injured and has to retire
from the field. Richards carries ball
to twenty-five yard line, but by
quick, sharp playing the college
boys forced their opponents to re
treat and secure the ball on Razzle
dazzles' thirty-five yard line. At
this point Wells takes place of
Richards. The college boys once
more pull themselves together for
another touch down. Ball is passed
to Walker, who kicks ball down thu
field. The end rushers avail them
selves of this opportunity and get
down on the bull, but Wells secures
the ball. Ho is quickly downed and
ball soon goes to Punahou and is
kicked by Ilnysolden. A fumble by
Razzlednzzle'sfull hack givos Woods
nn opportunity to drop on ball. Ila
pni now rushes the ball out of
bounds within five or ten ynuls of a
touchdown. Wood quickly puts
ball in touch and is pushed over line
by whole Punahou team. Score:
Punahou 12, R.izzlcduzzlc 0.
The rest of game was uninterest
ing, tlio college boys clearly huving
thu better of their opponents. When
time was called tho ball was on
Ruzzlcdazzle'a twenty-five yard lino
nnd in possession of Punahou. Many
of tlio collcgo boys were not feeling
well, so did not ehow up as was ex
pected. Yet their play was of an
entirely different kind to that of
their oppononts. They played a
team game and showed a butter
knowledge of tho i tiles than did the
Rnzilcduzzlcs. Each one of them
deserves credit for tho lino showing
they jimde ugnfnst an older mid
heavier team, Only one of the Pulia
tion tenm hud played tho game bu
foro this year, while tin cu or four ot
tho Huz.leiln.zlua hud played hovuiiiI
guinea In American colleges, Thu
Hiiz.tiiltizzus need uioru jiruotlou
wild a butter knowledge of tiiu rule
of tlio guuiu. Then thoy will imiku
u utroiig oloyon, Com,
wn.t. ttooi'itv tiii:
Bay View Resort,
UltiR Mlrpot, Honolulu.
First-class Rostinimt ml
Saturday, Dec. 6, I 890.
rST" .Single mciila nnd tittile honiil nt
popular pi fees. The 'table 111 be hiii
pllcil with the lict the market nffoiiU.
Oood euoks 'ud attentive will leu.
Our System of Tiixioii!
Tho way It works wilt bo pooh by
comparing the following Tnbli-s nnd
Iflgnre1' taken fioin tho Government
UNIOX ICJ5 CO.
(Incorporated for S!IO,000.)
TAXES FOR I&90
Taken from tho Tax Af-scssoi'a Books:
union icr. CO.
Cash $ (12 2."
3 Uoros; 300 00
Mnchlucry 110,000 00
Total Taxes $307 C2
PEOPLE'S ICE CO.
(Incorporated for $1G0,000.)
TAXES FOR 1890
Taken fiom tho Tax Assessor's Books:
ii:oiLr.'s icu co.
Land $ 0,040 00
Impiovcinents 1,950 00
Machinery IH,8S." 00
BSyTlie Union lee (Jo. appeal Loin
tho assessment of 30,000 on tlio .Ma
chinery with the following ieult:
Court ot Tax Appeals for Honolulu, Olliu.
x icr. compnv 5
Tho Court unanimously nlthin the
ntbessinent of 30,000 midc by ibo As-he-.sor.
Tolice Justice of Honolulu.
L. V. iVBijri.
Honolulu, Nov. i'7, 18f0. 721 2w
T.L claimants to lots in ICnpiolanl
Park, hituate between the. noiut.s
below speellled, aieheiebviequested to
exhibit their leases or evidences of such
owueiship, to tho undersigned at once,
in oider to pi event the disposal of said
lots to present applicants, viz:
1st Situate on maiika main avenue be
tween the piemNus occupied by Jas.
Dodd nnd the property and home
stead of James Campbell. Num
bered on Paik map from S5 to 80
2d Situate on makai main avenue- bc
tweuu tlio premises and homestead
formerly occupied by G. V. Mac
farlano nnd the propeity of. James
Onmpboll. Numbered on Paik mat.
from 00 to 100 Inclusive.
By order of the Boaid of Dbectors.
W. M. GIFFAKD,
Sco'y Knplolani 1'nik Asso.
ICUIUKU KANCn, Kiui, Ha
waii. 184,000 acies For
fuithcr purllculais, apply to
BIIOVVN LEGrUOUNS I
BROWN Leghorn Cocke
iclsforBii e. guaranteed
thoroughbied. Address "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," ICa
piolani Park; Mutual Telo
LOST or STOLEN
ONE Brown Sorrel
small "m" on neck.
Finder will be suitably
l- lewiudcd by ri'tuin-
lug satno to
"Si 4b A SUITE of Three Nicely
i5Tr?WS Furnished Kooras, two
W&tt&iii bedrooms and parlor, on
Punchbowl street uenr Palace Walk;
suitable for two single gentlemen.
C04 tf II. F. IIEBBAItD.
I TWIST-CLASS drenHiiinkors; good
pay ; only oxpei lonced bunds need
apply. Lorncrl'ort mid Hotel kticuts
(over Kin lleh 'fl dry goods btoio).
NOTIOIJ In licioby given tlint (Jlmng
Ouln In no longer n inuiiiigur
(fiom thlH diiy) In Hie biiHinotiH of
Kwnug Fook Till, of lliiimlel, Kniiul,
(sugar planter! nnd Ntore ki.opuis), nnd
.Mr.OhongOuimi will bu the uuw np
pulntid miiiiiigiir from diitn, nnd ho It
the only onu who Unutlidilzed to tlgu
thu Hi m name,
, , , KJVONG I'OOK YUKN.
ilonoliihi, Uw, 2, JbUO, 725 2 iv
Central Meat MM,
AiJf tlnnann Strcot,5231
In tho now building, Adjoining Lovo's
Bakery, where you cnu pio-
euro tho elioleeflt
Beef, Million, Foal, Poiir,
loultrv. l3to J-Jto.
Various Kinds of SttunugoH
Bocf 8ougf, Bologna Bkniago,
Special Domestic Pork Sausage,
C3TTlio Best on Nuuanu Streot.-f
Bmokcd Tonguos, Brnokcd Mutton Ilnui,
Bplcod Bcof, Oornod Beef & Pork. '
t5f Your patronage respectfully soli
cited. Satisfaction guaianteed to all
ar No I'liliicnc Kiiiplo.x (Ml.
WESTJJItOOK & rAYJLOIt,
First-class, Rolial)H Bntchcrs.
Bell Tolo. 3G9 "dliay Mutual Tcto. 3G2
Barry s Tncopherons
Established 10 01.
Infaltlbta for rcncwlnir. Invlcromtlim nml
bcanUfylng tho hair, removing ecarf, danUrulI,
and all affections Of UlO Benin, nml r.nrlnrr ornn.
tlons of tho skin, diseases of tho glands, muscles
ana integuments, ana relieving stings, cuts,
bruises, sprains, etc. Tho affinity between tho
membranes which constitute tho skin and the
hair which draws Its sustcnanco from this trlnlo
envolopo Is very closo. All diseases of tho hair
originate In tho skin of the head. If Ihn nnnu
of tho scalp aro clogged, orlf the blood and other
uoiosuonotcircuiato rrcely through tho small
vessols which feed tho roots with moisture and
Impart lifo to tho fibres, tho reanit In nrnrf.
dandruff, shsddlng of tho hair, grayncss, dryness
ana narsuncss or tho ligaments, and entire bald
ness, as tho case may bo. Stimulate tho skin to
healthful action Uth Itarrv's Trlcanlinr.
ons, nnd the torpid vessels, recovering tholr
aciivuy, win annimiatc tbo dlscaso. In all
affections of tho skin and of tho substrata of
muscles and lnleimmcnts Uio nroecss and thn
effect ore tho same. It Is upon tho skin, tho
muscular flbrc. and tho elands that Bnrnli
Trlcophorous has Its specific action, and
In all affections and Injuries of these organs It
Is a sovereign remedy.
From tho Greatest Living Prima Donna,
Madame Adollna PatU-NIcollnl,
Montevideo. Jnlvsoth icm
MERRTtR. TlATlCtAT & fill.. NfllV Vnrb-
jjear am :i iai:o pleasure in announcing toH
juu Hiiifcusiiui ai'uiitiij& vATErtisonoortno
few articles always to bo found on my dresslnrr
case. In my conception It Is one of tho best of
toilet waters, and for tho bith it Is not only de
licious, but refreshing and Invigorating. I
recommend it without reserve.
HOLLISTEB & CO..
"il Distributing Agents. 1m
Jewelry , Silverware,
EAHHHRSKTH & FIELD,
1 IS SUTTKK ST.,
Han Francisco, : r California.
Silverware, Silver Jewelry,
Silver Mounted Canes,
Silver Mounted Umbrellaa,
Onyx Mantel Clocks,
Gold Pens & Pencils,
Fine lcivlliox' GoodH,
Reliable Goods at Reasonable
jgyCatnlogus sent to any address f i ee
on i erinest.
r.r-M dl orders promptly and care
E2?wI)ininonds nnd Pieeious Stonos
uiouuted lu thu latest styles,
REMOVAL NOTICE !
Pianoforte Tuner & Repairer,
lias removed to 106 Fort street,
The residence formerly occupied by Dr.
Orders can be left at II, II. Williams'
Cabinet Wareliouso, 115 Foit stieet;
Hawaiian News Co.'s Music Stoie, or
nt my residence, WO Fort street
EST All oiders promptly attended to.
FEOM this date Mr. Win. Llshmun
will sie;n our linn name by pro
curation. Q Y. MACFARLANE & CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 25, 1800. 710 tf
DTIIECT from Egypt, a consignment
of Dubee, Cousis & Co.'s (Jen
iiino Egyptian Cigar- ties, made from
thu choicest TtuMsh tobaccos. Tlio
above lir.uid is the olpticttn of Eii0iu
and the Continent. Try a eutopic
Wholesnlo orders tilled. For sale ut
California Fruit Market.
P. G. OAMAIUNOS,
Agent for tlio Hawaiian islands.
Dissolution of Co-iuirtuor-Hhlp.
TVT OTIOK Ih hereby glvon that the co
1 imrlnerhhlii huietofora existing
between J, A. Affoiuo and M. F, Mello,
under the ntylo of M. Y, Mollo A Co.,"
doing hiniliiuss at lloiio),ni, lliiwnll, Iiuh
this day hfcu dUfolvnl by iiiiiluul i-on-sunt,
,1, A. Affuuio will emit lime fnld
liiihlni'SK n his own nniiiu, mid nwiino
J. A. AFFONBO,
ri M.F. mthLO,
Houukai, Nwr. 26, WO, 737 (vv
From San Franolsco.
Lcavo Duo nt
8. P. Honolulu
Aliuncda Deo 13 Deo 20
Fop San Franoleoo.
Lcavo Duo nt
. Sydnoy Honolulu
Mariposa Nov 20.... Dec 1!I
Zoalnndla Deo 2-1.... Jnn 10
Iniormodlato S. S. Ausiralln.
Lcavo S. F. I Leave Honolulu.
Friday. ..Deo C Friday. ..Dec J8
iBStrmiiii fflii service
Vmi WAN FICAWIM'O.
Tlio New nnd Fine Al Steel Sisauulilp
" Mariposa, "
Of tho Oceanic Steainsldp Company will
uu due nt Honolulu fiom Sydney
and Auckland on or nbmit
Deo. 13, 1890.
Audwlllloave for tho above port with
nudlg nnd passcugera on or
about that date.
5T For freight or passage, havine
PHpeiioi accommodation!., ajiply to
V m -1. iawiN & CO.. I'd,
For Sydney and Auckland
The Now and Flue Al Steol Steamsbi.
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sim
Francisco on or about
Dec. 20, 1 890.
And will lmvo prompt dispatch with
malls nnd passengers for
the above ports.
BS For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
m G. IRWIN & CO.. I'd,
74 Xiug it.
J n King st.
Button afid Read Furniture.
Piarios and Furniture
Moved With Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
OET AIUS TO BENT.
All orders for cartage promptlyattended
to. Particular attention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
Of good in transit to tho other Islands,
Also,' Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
tT. .Office; Next door to Jas. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Multal 19 -UTELEPHONESjJ- Soil 414
From and aftor this date wo
will uot bo U'sponsiblo for any
freight after same lias been
landed. Paitics to whom
freight is consigned must be at
the landing to receive tholr
WILDEIt'S S. S. Co,
Honolulu, Sept. g, 1800. C50 tf
THK Ifaploliinj Maternity Home has
two rooms to accommodate imylwr
patients. I.ndles of moderate menus
who wish to seuiiro a home 011 leason
nlilo terms, before and during tho time
of lliulr eonlliioimiiit, wheio tlio best of
. m' "''"'"luiico, nursliic and niedlcul
skill will bu provided, will plenso apply
at tlio Homo to Mrs, d. H. Lemon, tho
nmtroii, whp will Attend to iumlitunrc,
glvo lormi or other Information n
quliod, Honolulu, Out. 4, 180, 676 ,u