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"What did they flu In tho olden tlmo"
As Uh Uno uyeil Ilr-lKi, n.1 to uiul fin
She rock wlillo llio Joy liclW vl.uli nnd chlinc,
"What did tlu'y do In tho long uro,
Winn CIii iHtnuv cnmo with Un mow mid rlnio,
In tlio liravo nltt days iif rnmnnct, on knmr
And 1oV(1p! mid pntchm nnd diilH'l'jttH
And buckled li(x with tlm funny IomP
I look lit tho itrpamy, questioning fai-o
Aud tlio Marry cj cs iiptui nod to nilno.
And feci Ilia iell of her rIi llsh Rrnco.
Some suot't Ruiisnllon 1 ran't (loll no
Drown mo nearer llio flreplnca,
Nenrrr thu nmld, tlenmro, divine,
And I can thank my slurs and the mistletoe
That I did lint llo In that long ago
"In the olden time," I at last explain,
tlmcrlng cm or her rocking chair,
The Jojh of the dance hrgtui to wnno.
And Ibe Kallint lords nnd thu I.uIIls fair
Roamed through tho ptlaco Balls again.
Daintily dressed and dohoualr.
And tho Imersat iloivn by the fltvllRlit'i
JiiKt Just -n wnnrft doing, jou know1
"And then," ml.s Bollc with downcast eyes
"And then, Sir Hubert (Imagine me,
If you can, appareled In lordly tfiilse)
Knelt down ns 1 am doing, you nee,
And put Ills m in, at you may sui mlso.
Around her no quite tenderly,
Aud under thn intstlctou a kiss
Ho rio hef Bomelhlug llko this and thUI'--Uniilonllllod
A TETE-A-TETE DINNER.
"Any letters for me, porter?" said dipt.
Deerliurst us lio uiitoii'tl his club lit noon
on CliristmiiM day.
"Yes, sir; two, und ii teli-gram."
The cnit.iii took them, mid Rolectinu; n
letter tlic luldrcssof which was in n fein
Initio limulwrltluK opened 'thi preference
to tho telegram. Evidently the contents,
which were brlof, were pleasing, and lie
wore n wittsllcd hiiiIIu as lie walked over to
the (lro und pitched the missive, into it
Tho purport of the telpurnm was not ho
satisfactory, und a near bystander tniKlit
liave licinl Deerliurst make use of ti liift.
very bitf, D 1 jilcc the letter the tele
graphic message was alsoHhort, and mere
ly said, "ComiiiK home this afternoon,
youngest has measles Murin." ThoHcndcr
was Capt. Dcorhurst's wife, and Mh most
intimate friend would have been puzzled
to discoer why it nhonld have so diseon
' certd him.
To thu world in general tho Deerhur.sts
were a model couple. Ho u retired ollltur,
V with ample means "nnd in thu prime of life,
a handsomo, good figured man of forty.
"She some ten ye.trs younger, and If not ex
jictly handsome still a fairly good looking
woman They had been married some
years, and, although not blessed with a
family, nono of their acquaintances would
lmo dared to hint that matrimony wuh n
failure in their case. They beemed to tin
derstaud one another thoroughly. Mrs.
Decrlmrst hud just been n little talked
about in consequence of her being seen so
much with young Lornton; Dcerhurst did
not seem to mind. He apparently kept
himself amused with Mrs. Vernon, n clover
little grass widow.
Both went much iuto society during the
season, and, as Dcerhurst was passionately
fond of racing a pursuit his large income
enabled him to enjoy with ease he fre
quently preferred Ascot aud Nuwmarkotto
accompanying his wifoto garden parties or
the park. On many of theso occasions s'te
was escorted by Lornton tmd others of her
male friends, und Deorhurst nlways made
n particular point of being gracious to her
cavaliers, thanking thoni for the trouble
they took in 1 iking" after Mrs. Ueorhui-st
and, in fact, her friends were his. Ruc
iiiK, nowadays., is so much patronized by
Indies that it "."; not to be supposed that
Capt. Decrlmrat held himself aloof from
the fair dames he met at Sundown park
and other race nieetiugs, and, being a g.il
hint man, lie uund plenty of time to
squire them about the paddock and udviso
thcin'as to their trifling speculations. Mrs.
Dcerhurst was not particularly fond of
horse racing, and at any time would go to
a concert or spend tho afternoon at Hnr
lingham rather than accompany iter hus
band to his favorite sport. Her husband's
female acquaintances were consequently
not all known to her; she was too much a
woman of the world to stigmatizes them us
fast, hut in her own mind she no doubt
considered t liwn its ladies whom it was nil
very well for Dcerhurst to know on a race
course, hut sho hud m desire, to becomu in
tlmatc with them. This Christmas Mrs
Dcerhurst had arranged to spend tit the
country with un old school friend who hud
married a rector of some distant parish.
Her husband did not care to go, as lie pro
teased that the worthy clergyman, his
spOuso aud the largo family bored him to
death. Ho decided to remain in town un
til they started for tho south, which thoy
had Bcttled to do early in January. Christ
mas in Loudon on garcon seemed to suit
Capt. Deerhurst admirably.
It Is true there had been no racing, al
though ho was due at some sporting meet
ing on Boxing Day; but ho and some
club friends hud done tho round of the
theatres wliero light entertainments were
y the leading attraction, und had not denied
' themselves u visit to the Empire or Al
humbra. Christmas day itself was bound
to bo a somewhat dull one, as it always is
in London, where ouo lucks the cheery
parties that assemlilo in country houses or
the renewal of old ties among our rola
tious. Capt. Dcerhurst had thoughtfully
provided for this, and hud arranged it little
tete-a-tete dinner with Mrs. Vernon, who
happened also to bo passing through town,
and whom he had soon much of during
tho pant season. Sho, llko Deerhurst,
loved horse racing next to gambling at
Monte Carlo, nnd for n woman was won
dorfully nil fuit with tho sport; conse
quently she was a great favorito with
sporting men, as sho could conyerso sensl
bly on mutters which to tho uverugo lady
are tfilcuown subjects. Hera was tho
letter which had so delighted Deerhurst
when he arrived at his club, only to find
his scheme thwarted by the telegram front
his wife. Ah he walked into tho smoking
room ho was terribly vexed, for he did not
see how ho could possibly keep his engage
ment, which ho was thu more anxious to
" do as t was only ufter coiisWi-rnblo solid
tatlon that ho had prevailed on Mrs. Vov
non to uccept his Invitation, As ho had
put It. to her, there was no ont In town and
not a mouI would be any the wiser. And
now, what pos.lbUxixctua could lie maker
HU first thought was to go homo, puck up
jiU things hh f bo wh going out of town,
but a few moments' reflection showed him
(ImttliU wiispiitof tlmqmstlcmi his wife
would know that lie had gone away lifter
(lie receipt of her telcgruin, nnd It was not
without inUKlvlnifu that dipt. Dcorhtiict
wended Ills way homo to receive hi wife,
Wlmt brlnnu you back u middenlyl"
tali! lie, rutlior iiiiuriielemidy, u liu grcwM
lilnwlfn. , , .
a A told you In my wlrnJnin'' young
ft, Toiinny( wuh Mxeil with moiudt', mill
mIiImjiikIi I illil not wind, awl would Juki
im Minn invi)il")fili .Iiiiiu 1'iu'lud mt nir,
li wmh mi infill bun'Minla iirrltily fold
Jytiriioy. Kuiluumvly t.,nv Sir, Jurutti
mtUbniMik fai-ftrV iititf
on the platform at Hugby and nindo him
got iuto my compartment, so that 1 had
company part of tho way."
"And no doubt vory ngreeahloi" hazarded
"Agrceablo, of courso ho was. Mr. Lorn
ton always is," replied Mrs. Deerhurst,
wanning one of her shapely feet on the
fonder. "More so thnti my laid and master
seems to bo," added she.
"Well, It is a uuibuucu having olio's nr
rangeiiiunts spoilt," begun Dcerhurst.
'iArrungementsf Whnt nrrangemciits
can j mi have on n Christinas day that jou
can't put on one side?"
"Fact is," replied Deerhurst, "I have
promised to dlno nt tho club with Puddleby
and one or two others who aro stranded In
London, mid I don't quite know how to get
out of It."
"Very simply; say your wife's come to
town and you niustgivoheradlniicr,"Baid
Mrs. Deerhurst. Deerhurst shook his head.
"Afraid I hey wouldn't hellovo It. They'd
think I was crying oil."
"lint, my dear George, what am I to dnf
There's no one heie wlio could cook men
chop, and 1 doubt If thetu Is anything cold
lu tho Iioum!. You know nearly all the
servants are awuy for their holiday; I have
even told Smlthers she may go to her
friend's for to-night."
"Couldn't, jou go nnd dlno with your
"1 doubt If thoy nro In town, und, If they
arc, I don't care about forcing myself on
them uninvited. No; you must tnku nioto
Bomu rcstiuirnut. A tete-a-teto dinner w Ith
mo will bu n novelty, and I will let you go
to tho club early If you want to."
"My dear, I can't possibly throw over
"George, It Isn't Fuddleby; it's someone
else. It's all fudge about not throulug
lilm over; why, you liavu dono it do.uns of
"All thu moru reason why 1 should not
let Id m bo alone at this season."
"Very well, then, bring tho man with
you. Ho is an odious old proser, but 1
suppose I must put up with him."
This was a facer for Deerhurst, who be
tcnu to stammer out something his con
fusion naturally confirming his wlfu'ssus
"Look here, George;" said she, "Fud
dleby or no Fuddleby, you have some
reason for not dining with me tonight.
Well and good; I shall not ask for the con
fideucu you deny me. Go and dlno w ith
your friends" tliis with great scorn "I
shall choose my own companions also,"
aud with this sho swept from tho room.
After sonio cogitation sho ovolved the
Dkaii Mr Loiinton I am In a fbc and wnnt
your luAUtanco. It Is really an absurd confession
to make, but I am In need of a Christmas din
ner! George has foolishly luado on engagement
for tonight tliut bo cannot break; wo have no
sen-ants, and, If wo had, I do not feel abltlikoN,
dining nt homo Will you take pity on me, and
glvo mo something to eat nt some nice quiet
place although I supiiosn all places will bo quiet
to nlghtr Of coarse if you aro otherwise engaged
do not be-illato to tell me, and I w HI try and put
up with my solitude Yours very truly,
Dearer units Maria Uccnuuns-i
This note she dispatched by n cnb to
Lorutou's club, and she was not long in
receiving bis reply, which was -somewhat
gushing, as Lornton could not but feel
flattered at tho apparent interest Mrs.
Dcerhurst took in him. Ho would order
dinner, ho s.dd, at the New Itetaurant,
and await her there at 7:30. Lornton was
one of the class of young men whoso sole
aim lu life seems to bo to display their de
votion to other men's wives. Ho was
really quite of the tame cat order of cav
aliers, although in his own mind quite u
Don Itinii At heart lie probably mount
no harm, und the very hist thing he would
think of would bo thut his marked atten
tiou to a married woman should in any
way compromise her. Mis. Dccrhuibl,
who was a clever little woman, had, no
doubt, tlioioughly probed Lornton's char
acter; hu was useful to her in a dozen dif
ferent ways, oscoited her to various places
of amusement in the absence of her hus
band, sent her books, (lowers and music;
and, however much her friends may have
misconstrued' his attentions, she felt per
fectly safe with him. He never bored her
with uuy preton of love inulfing; Indied
he was, aloue with her, rather shy thau
otherwise, and appaiently w.is quite con
tent to bo her slave, und uxeculo her slight
commands. Still, now that she had
achieved her purpose. Mm. Deerhurst ie
grettcd what sho had done, and half a
dozen times before the evening came was
on tho .point of making some excuso aud
Thcro was no knowing how tho man
might take her request; his escort to the
opera was one thing, but dining alone in a
privntu room quito another. True, ho hud
always been most respectful, and sho had
no reason to suppose thut ho would tuku
advamngo of tho situation. Yet bometlmes
theso quiet youths forgot themselves, aud
Bho admitted to hersolf that if he should
sho could baldly blumo him; she had cer
tainly given him every encouragement.
Then sliu determined that she would send
to tho club for her husband und insist on
Ills giving up his friends. It was, sho felt,
humiliating, especially as ho seemed so
bent on keeping his engagement. Recol
lection of her husband's obstinacy, how
ever, proved too much for her rather late
good resolutions, and 7:10 saw her in u
cab on her way to tho restaurant. Mean
while, Diorhurst was nt his club, and in u
not much moreuuvlnhlostalo of mind than
his spouse. He, too, felt that ho was about
to do a very stupid thing. Mrs. Vernon,
lie reflected, was a very jolly woman, but
he saw her "quite often enough without
going the length of dining with her tete-a-tete.
Aud a faint suspicion, very man
like, but very mean, crossed his mind that
sho was not quitu all sho should bo In ac
ceptinghis invitation. Ho, too, would have
given a good ileal to have been ublo to
make some decent excuso nnd havo put her
oil. He fidgeted about tho club until it
was time for him to go and dress, and just
as ho was leaving ho was really more pleas
ed tlinn annoyed to rccelvo a note from
Mrs. Vernon. She could not come! An
old aunt had been taken ill, and she had to
go to ner nt once ine regrets expressed
by tho writer wcro hardly believed by
fAnmrmn T. amIi II Hut tilm (n1 till !., 1 U DIINi
was only making a flimsy excuse.; she had
evidently thought belter of the proposed
breach of the cnuveuauct', and hnd do
cided not to rink It, With a light heart
George dashed homo In a tab, but he was
too liitu Mrs, Decrhmv. hud bent for
hansom, hutthuserviuit had not licn.fl Hie
addrecH given to thu cabmiti).
"I imppoHe hIio has gono to her sinter',"
old Dwrhumt to himself. "I would go,
too, only l Imtu tho whole lot wi. I stin
pose I intint go und dine nlonu at thu club
I wonder where tho deuce Fuddlnby I tu
Slowly lio walked hick, to hi club fuel
Iuk very tllnguiituil, m unturull) mi uah
nlgliU llm elubk hid ilrtcilt'di uvcu till'
moid lonely of men find xouin luuplmbk
iiiuhngiiny iiihIui' which (hoy nro wulaoinu
to iiliuutiliilr li', Tliuuwiw not ii Mill
liu )t mm llicre inn) ho wan nUHuwl In urdur
a luuuly illiinir, lu the oi-lilcm iiuupynncu
cf Hid wuluu, uhu hud Joukwl foryvjd lu
enjoying themselves In tho lower regions.
Wlillo ho was waiting for It to ho prepared
who should run Into the room but little
"Ilnllo, George, what aro you doing hero?
You look as livuly as a hermit."
Deerhunt explained that a guest had
thrown him over nnd that he was (loomed
to a lonely evening.
"Nonsense, my boy," said Dick; "come
nnd dine wllii us. Wlfo's lu tho cab out
side, and she'll be delighted. Como along."
Deerhurst, nothing loth, apologized for
uot boiug dressed nnd followed Dick out.
Mrs. Deorhurst arrived nt tho Now Hes
taurnut and was shown Into tho room en
gaged by "Monsieur Longtoun," thnt lie
lug the nearest the German waiter could
get to Lornton's name. Lornton had not
arrived, so sho Bat down to wait. Sho more
than ever begun to regret tho foolish step
sho hnd taken. The tawdry looking fur
ulttiro of thu room and tho chimney glass
with dozens of names scratched all over It
made her shudder. Tho waiter, too, wore
nn impertinent grin ns ho asked her, with
familiarity bordering on contempt, if he
should get her nny rcfieshment. When
ho bad left the room sho suddenly made up
her mind not to stop. Sho flung open the
door nnd almost fell into tho arms of her
husband and the Mcrtons.
Little Dick Mcrton, glancing at the tn
bio, which was laid for two, took In the
situation at tv glnuco.
"My dear Mm. Deerhurst," sitd he, glv
lug his wifo u pinch that almost mndu her
.scream, "so sorry wo aie late, hut I had to
stop at the club on the way. where 1 picked
up your husband. Hal hu! George, confess
this is n Mil prise. You little thought you
wcru going to dine with your wife. Come
along. Tills is tho wrong room; ours Is
Georgo was surprised; so was Mrs. Mcr
ton. Mrs. Dcerhurst was tho first to find her
voice. "Hut wliero Is Mr. Fuddleby?"
"Fuddlebyl" stammered Deerhurst.
"Oh, he threw mo over gout or Home
thing aud I should huvo dined alone had
It not been for Dick's kindness."
The pai ty had a' very pleasant evening,
but not bufoio Dick had slipped out on the
plea of interviewing thu managers, and ex
plained tiietuto of nlluirs to a very (lis
consolato person who looked very llko Mr.
Lornton. Mrs. Deerhurst now cotints the
Mortons as her dourest friends, and both
sho and her husband huvo profited by the
lesson of that Christmas night. Neither
of them has since contrived a tete-a-tete
dinner unknown to tho other at least,
when both havo been In town together.
OLD ENGLISH CHRISTMAS SAWS.
After Christmas comes Lent.
A warm Christmas, a cold Easter.
Now's now, but Yulo's tn winter.
A light Christmas, a heavy sheaf.
A Yule feast may bo quit at Pasch.
A green Christmas, a white Easter.
Ho hath eaten many a Christmas pie.
They keep Christmas nil the year.
A green Christmas makes a fat grnve
It smells of Muscudel, like nn English
Christmas, long looked for, comes nt
A wind on Christmas day, trees will
bring much fruit.
St. Andrew tho King, three weeks and
three days before Christmas conies in.
If Christ inns finds n bridgo he'll break It.
If ho finds none he'll make one.
Tho devil makes Jils Christmas pie of
lawyers' tongues and clerks' Angers.
If ice will bear a man before Christmas
It will uot bear him ufterwatd.
He that makcth at Christmas a dog his
larder, aud in Match a pig Ids gardener,
and in May a fool a keeper of wiso coun
sel, ho shall never havo a good larder, fair
garden, nor well kept counsel.
The shepherd would rnther seo his wifo
enter thu stublu on Christmas day than the
If the sun shines through tho apple tree
on Christmas day thcro will bo un nbun
dant crop tho following year.
Clu Istuios comes but ouco a J car,
And hen It comes It brings good cheer.
At Christmas time, or a llttlu nfter,
A crab in thu hedge, and thanks to tho grafter.
Iloiiuce, buckram, velvet's dear,
Christinas comes but ouco u'year.
If Christmas day on u Sunday fall,
A troublous winter n u shall havo all;
If Christmas on n Monday bo
Then a great winter wo bhall seo
Yulo Is come, nnd Yulo U gone,
And wo havo feasted well;
So Jack must to his Hall again,
Aud Jenny to her w hccL
Old Christinas Customs,
Ever since tho Fifth century Dec. S3
has been our Christ day; and from ltomau
Saturnalia, from Druids of Urltaln, from
mystical German legends and homely Kn
glish customs, wo havo drawn tho charms
anil graces and fantastical devices with
which wo clothe our totidorest thoughts
mid holiest i ovoreucu for tho entrance of
tho Saviour of tho world into human life.
From Scandinavians, who in winter built
Immense Arcs on the hill tops in honor of
the sun's return, we borrowed tho yulo log.
And it became an nuglish clibtom to pre
serve a bit of one j ear's yulo log to light
tho llio on thu great hearth at tho follow
ing Christmas-tide, lu token of warmth
aud plenty to ahldo in tho household
throughout the year. When tho log was
ready to bo brought in thu youngest child
of thu family was seated upon It, und nil
tho rest assembled to witness Its entrance,
drawn by the merry retainers, and to pro
para It for tho lighting.
Tho passing of tho "wussall cup" a bowl
of splcod ale was something r.uvays ox
pectrd, aud hu tnsa niggard Indeed who
would not tako a henrty "sup" from tho
huge common mshc1, nnd leave a douceur
In tho hand of tho inuldon who brought it,
and often enough another sweet memento
on her uot unwilling lips.
Tho wassailing of the orchard trees (a
That lliry may bear
Hill inuuy n plum,
Pull many a piaru,
Is hometlmui wrongly quoin) ns a Christ
inns observanrc, hut it was unoii "Twolflli
Nlulit" In January that ll'O trie ero
"made drunken v Ith thu ilri'iin of u gooi)
op,M NfW York Commercial Ail vert her.
Well V.lifd, '
J-iuly (to clerk) I want tQ look nt omt
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mm gift fur my litmhnjul,
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From utu) nftur this ilnto, n Rcgulnr
Freight Triiin will leave Honolulu for
Honotiliuli nnd way Stations, Eveky
Day (excepting Sunday), nt 10
o'clock A. M.
fi0 Hereafter no Freiglit-wil) lio
roucivet) for shipment, by PiiBsengbr
Trains, except by special nrrange
niout. OA1IU RAILWAY & LAND CO.,
W. G. Ashley, Supt.
Honolulu, Dec. 9, 1890. 730 lm
Pioneer Shin Factory
104 Fort St., Upstairs.
The undersigned bopB to Inform the
u till? of these Islands thnt lie is making
SHlt-t, toy Mo'.snt'omciit !
Directions forsolf-mcasurcment will
be given on application.
YhltBSiitrts, Oiorsliirts & Night Gowns
V tit guarantee by making a sample
Bhlrt to every order.
'Island order tollctted Bolt Tolophone '4)0
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
ICE CREAM PARLORS,
Will again have on hand the largest
Froil, Citron, Poii, Jelly
To suit the most fastidious taste aud
ornamented in F. Horn's well-known
style untl in grout variety.
OF endless varioly of homo manufac
ture, both plain and fancy.
Richly ornamented and plain. Aluo,
Fixings for decorating Xmus
Rich. Mince Pids,
Of Horn's woll-known good quality.
Albo, for sale
'MlftOE -:- MEAT,
Fancy -ft Plain Pastries,
IN THE OltBATEST VAWKTY.
Guurafjtecd to bo of the richest and
purest quality ; sold at tho honest
price of only
$2 Per Whole Gallon
Hrj'JeuBO cull ami convince your
aull uutl oliligo,
l'ropriotor; Hotel street, between
Fort A Nuimnii,
74-&U BOTH TELEPHONES ST74
7a I lm
t'arrlugo UorHoH For Hiilo !
I HAVE for Mile nt
I Kuiilmi Jtunili, H
Young lluines uml
MiirnH, nt thu ln't
liH'i'iU, R't'i'iilly Inn.
ki'ii o ImriiD'H. Al1)1')' k0l"i ''' mull or
Al Kuiiloui KuuluiMioko, Oiiliii,
IKcuuUt 8, IbuO liib ui
Hi i m'l r'WrVwfcJf '.f' 1 1 r, Jj MtHmWwiwHik
Will stand for a short time at
Grceallold Stables, Kaplolani Park.
Dunn S1T.NCKU Is a tlatk bay, 4 years
old; stands lft j hands high; Mud nnd
JP 111 1 I G M, lfl
By Dako of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Not folk
2nd dam Balluiltm...by Imp ilalrownlo
3rd (lain Ilciinlc Farrow
by imp Shamrock
Uli dam Ida by Imp. Ualshazzm
fith dam Madiiin Boslcy (Gamma's
Dam) by MrKlehard
Oth dam Nntioy Nlchol. . .by nflp. Englo
7th dam Bet. llosley ?
by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Clmuticlcer
9th dam by Imp. Sterling
10th dam by Olodlus
11th dam by Imp. Sllvcrcve
12th dam by imp. Jolly Roger
18th dnm by Imp. Partner
14th dam by imp. Monkey
15th dam imp. marc from thu stud of
Harrison, of Urniulon
ray Rest of earn taken with aulmnls.
Tn case of accident no responsibility
will be assumed.
W. II. HIOKAIID,
CASTLE & COOKE,
DEAI.EI18 IN .
General" Merchandise !
Lifo, Fire & Marine
nnSI M()N i hli1 H l n1-'
Honolulu Steam Phinlng Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Moulding,
Urarkots, Window Frames Ulintls,
Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of wood
work llulsli Turning, Scroll aud Baud
Sawing. All kinds of Sawlug and
Flatting, Morticing and Tennnting.
PUT Orders promptly intended to and
work guaranteed. Orders from the
other Islands solicited.
No. l TCIntr Street.
Now Goods 1
New Goods !
Buitahlc for Christmas and
Year's Presents 1
And the latest novelties in
JTiiptnietse W are !
XAN YU CO.
Tho Boat Lunoh in Town,
Tea and Coffee at 11 Hours
The Finest Brands of
Alwayw on lluini.
II. J. NOIrU, I'roi.rlttor.
FOlt SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al rttcttinslilp
Will havo Honolulu foi thu above
Friday, Dec. 19th,
for Freight or I'usMigu, apply to
Wm. 0, IRWIN & CO., L'd,
784 1w A iff n
FOH every ICO lliiwulliiu or other
I'liullli) UluiitU' riliiiup I'CL'ulved, I
wl 1 pout four InglUli Wiuiriiti'il piiiiiu
pur week fur a inoiuli, or will H'liii oiiu
of Ihu liilu.t KuglUli, Fiiuii'li, Ui'iiuuii
or Hl'uiiUli iiovl'N, HImiiii of ollier
couiilili'K fctuit In I'Xt'liungo fur lliuio of
lluwiill. All UiuiiiuT of in Hull' tun In
i;xi;liiiiigu fur iuim polngn luiiips mill
pOlMlU UlllIlT MU'l'lllI llllllllt'IIIIU'l
iit'MUfj v, Ann lunii
liuiiuiiijri WIiIiImk("i Ni' Mtiiivluio
llr, Kiiuhiud, IDS)
UBs"t:ir I c2
Ciprs, jM&. Tolaccii
II. J. NOLTE'S,
Will he found a line stock of
OP KVEKY KIND.
New Model Lunch Room,
Open All NlKlit. t
Having fitti'd up the upper floor ot
our prenii.1-"!' :ih first-class lifltch
room, wo prepared to furnish
meals of tli, I't ,-t the market aflbrds;
cooketl to miii your taste. After the
next steamer, Decenilier 1 2th, we
will have constantly on hand Frozen
Oysters, Qiuitu, Etc., Etc., in their
by step, niniikn of
Hoping Unit you will give
cull wo arc respectfully yours.
Watches For All !
OH A WEEKLY PAYMENT Or
WILL GIVE A
James Boss' EiM Gases.
These Cases are tlio best in the
market; uro guaranteed to be made
of Two Plates of 14 Carat Gold, with
Plate Composition between, and writ
ten guarantee from the factory. Full
Jewelled Wultliam Movement, gua
ranteed to keep fine time.
These Watches aro preferable to
goltl watches, because the cases uro
btiir, and pei fectly safe for the move
fi?Every member gets his watch
within 15 weeks. Call und see our
watches. It is n lino opportunity to
get a cheap und line watch in a
CALIFORNIA WATCH CLUBGO.
A. J. SCHKEIBEil, Manager.
Hotel Bt., under llio "Arlington."
II, If. WIOnMAN
it you are tntnKlncr ol
of joining a Club,
do uot delay, but joiu
ti now and secure
Monday afternoon, December 1st,
followiug drew their Watches:
Oluii l Member No. 30.
Club 2 Member No. 4(1.
Cmn 8 Member No. 1.
Cluu 4 Member No. 37.
Oluii C Member No. 47.
Cluu C Member No. 11.
We Have a Few More Places Open !
CSy- Parties living outside of Hono
lulu desiring to join one of the Clubs
can make their payment? by mail.
aST Tlii'Mj watches are cased iu Solid
14 Karat Gold, with lino full Jeweled
Waltham Movements, nnd aro war
ranted to bo accurate time pieces.
II. F. WIOnMAN, Prop.
J. A. LUOKETT, Manager. 77 4
The Puclllo Mall S. S.
Will sail for
ti'For fi eight jr piiMiigo apply lo
H. MAOKFELD & CO,,
Zu verkaufen I
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.ill' guiun HIiiiiiIo,
IH'jhu vuuhmiiiiiiow, alu,
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