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BATUltDAY, 1)KC. 20, IBM).
OAIIU RAILWAY ft LAND C0.fS
T11 Tnlic I'.nvot Ortiiticf !l.1 IMlll.
A.M. A.M. I'.M. I M.
Lcnvo Honolulu.. 0 : 1 r 8t-tn 1:15 4t30t
Arrlvo llonoullull. 7 i2C tt lit '2: ID fi '.U,
Lcavo Honoullull. 7:'.lo 10:51 Bi&l nt-Mf
Arrlvo Honolulu.. 8:35 11:55 4tG5 OtSOf
t Hatuiifuy only.
L - -- U -
Stint" Mokolll from Molokat
Am bktito Amelia, Nowhnll, for San
Si'hr Milk- Motils for Koolau
Schr Moknolii for Ewa
VESSELS LEAV.NG MONDAY.
Sttnr Wnlideale for Kim, Hawaii
Stnir Mokolll for Molokul at 5 p in
Slmr.l A Cummins for Wnlnmtiiilo
Schr Haleakala for Hawaii
Schr S.iralt & KHn foi Konlmi
CARGOES FROM ISLAND TORTS.
Stun- Mokolll GOO biiRS pugur, 1U
uliei-p, 20 calves, lib pigs, 14 tons
siiinlrj- pkgsaiul 15 deuk pasengera.
FOREICN VESSELS IN PDRT.
II 11 M S Nymph, Turner,
lTSS Molilctm. 110111 Samoa
Hk Uh van, Aii?ii. f 1 0111 Liverpool
Ilk Wakullcld, lloues, fiom New York
4-iiiatd pchrHout Lewers, Penliallow,
Ship Qiiiiidiaii, linden, from Port
Am, bk Kduaul May, iluhany, from
Am :i-mated sehr John (1 North, Ipsen,
-miHted sehr Olga, Rodin, fiom San
Ilk Discovery, McNeil, from San Fran
cisco Am a-masted schooner Vesta, Fridhcig,
fiom Pugct Sound
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Ilk Fifeshlrc, JnoKeld. from Liverpool,
sidled ept 28, duo Feb 15-28, 1831
Bk Ceylon fiom Ijep.uturo 13ny
Bk Coiyphene from Nanahno
II B M 1 lasishjp Warsplto fiom British
Br bk Charlotte, Bohndorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, dup Jan 15-31,
Gr bk Santiago from Now York, sailed
Sept 20, due Feb 20-28
Am bk Ilespcr from Newcastle, NSW
NorbkVlvax from New Yoik, sailed
Oct 15, due Mar 15-31, 18D1
S S Farallon, S Bouilleld. from San
Francisco and San Diego
Bk Foicst Queen fiom Poit Gamble
Bk C O Whitmoie, Waid, fiom New
castle, due Jan 15, 1801
The bark Guardian will go on the
Mai hie Hallway Monday.
Tho Am bark Edward 'ny, Captain
Mahauy, will leave to-day for ihe Phil
Tho Am bail; ntlne Amelia, Captain
Newhall, sailed for San Francisco to
day. She took back cases keroseuc oil
unit came oy tub oars' wuheiiuiu uu
The Am baikentino Discovery is
through discharging cargo. She is now
docked at the old Custom House wharf
The Brit bark I,e Lacheur Is discharg
ing eargo at Brewer's wharf.
The S S Australia sailed for San
Francisco at noon yesterday, tuklug
11,934 bags sugar, 2910 bags rice, 7801
bunches bananas, 753 bdls hides, 11 bdls
sheep skins, 3 bdls goat skins and 12
pkgs sundry meicliandiso, which were
valued at 880,050 65. The drippers
were: W G Irwin & Co, 8991 bags
sugar, II A Widemann, 2S01 bags sugar;
McChesney & Sous, 520 bdls hides, 10
bdls sheep skins and 1 bdl goat skins;
FFPoiter, 224 bdls hides, 2 bdls goat
skins and 1 bdl sheep skins; Campbell,
Matshall & Co, 7197 bunches bananas:
O T Gullck, 399 bunches bananas, and
two other parties with 200 ami 35bnchs
bananas respectively; M Phillips & Co,
89 bas sugar and 300 bags lice; W O
Sang & Co, 2101 bags rice; Wing On
Wo, 188 bags lice; hlng Ulioug x uo,
1327 bags rice; Vf B Castle, 233 bags
lico; M S Griubaum & Co, 8G0 bags
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Fourth Sunday in Advent,
Feast of St. Thomas the Apostle.
Holy Communion, G:30 a. m.
Litany, 9 :30 a. in.
Morning Prayer and sermon, 10
Hawaiian Evensong and sermon,
3:30 p. in.
Evening Prayer and sermon, G
Tho services of the second con
gregation will ho as follows: 11:13
a. m,, morning prayer with sermon;
'P.. M.,i,.n 11. Una !.. I?. Tulillnln
AU ISUIllll, UHIVO It. i' , UUXKUIV.,
ioiiblo chant. Hvmns -17, 52 and
1GG. 7:30 p. m., evensong with
sermon. Anthem, ''Oh how amiable,
are thy dwellings," by Itarnby.
Hymns 51 and lO.IJev. AlexMaclc
iiftosli, pastor. All are invited lo
A NATURALIST ARRIVES.
M. II. C. Palmer, a naturalist,
ariived here by the Mariposa from
tic Colonics, to make investigations
in the natuial history of the islands,
paying particular attention Ip Ja
wuiiiut birds, lie will transmit written
observations and collections to Eng
land. Mr. Palmer hub Just completed
a similar service in tho Chatham Isl
ands, off New Zealand, and he is
accompanied by nn assistant. Slnco
iiriiving here Mr. Palmer has hud
the misfortune of having a vulunhlc
dog, purtSt. Hernurd'bieed, stray
ed or stolen from him.
LOCAL &0EN1RAL HEWS,
I.V.It.NlM'A HiH'lul ('lull Mill Imld A
a (tnnpf ul llrlln Hull 1I1U ovrtilnj
a 7 0 oVl..rJj
Mr I'imnh Bi'Bwrmi lmniwlnll
Mr ('Imp. T. (Itillrk hkpiU fur Itin
mllpiMlnn nT rrnl, nlc
Mil. 1). W. Ivrnlyfr. lain ir1nrlm1
nl llio Wiitlukllyinlinni, I In Im Hip
new ri'pnriur lor llio AilvtutlMiv.
Mn. Oiiab. H. Wilcox. Ruiioriii
lomlonl of llii' lloiiiiltiln Wnlnh
WnikK Iiiin 11 new wnler nnllua In
Tins olooklintiluN of llio Union
Iron Works Co. will hold 11 f poeinl
int'i'ling ul their nllleo nuxl Mnntliiy
iiflutnoon ul 2 o'clock,
IIandiciiait iicknowU'ilKCH to Mr.
1 It. Inenborg the gift of threw iloren
lmscluill with huts to iimlcli for the
hoys of Kiiinehiimeliii School.
ltKMKMiiint Mr. .T. F, Morgan's
UliriaimiiH sale this evening. 11 is
in rely that such 11 splendid import
nient of goods is oll'ered a I miction,
itH may Im hcuii by scanning the ad
vcrliscd list in litis paper.
TilOHK who aitpicciate. the service
lite lato Jules Tavernicrdid tliese isl
ands by his brush will not forget t lit
decoration of his momnnoul Monday,
Contributions of (lowers may be sent
to the Htudio of Mr. Allen lluteli
iiihon thai morning. .
Tin: mail desp.itclii'd for San Knin-eii-coby
the S. S. Aiistraliu consisted
of 55110 letters and 2025 papera. l'ai
eels senl by tliu Mariposa nnmbeied
17a, and by the Australia 10!). The
leceipts of parcels by lite Australia
weie IM and by tho Kio do Janeiro
Tin: Sunday school childien of
Central Union Church had an enter
tainment in the pallors yestoiday
evening for (ho benefit of the Christ
mas fund for leper childien. Tho
little children placed their oifuringt.
beside u doll in a crib, representing
the infant Sauourin the manger.
Mn. II. O. Adams, whoso return has
been reported, whilo aw.iy traveled
on tho pioneer steamer of 0110 of the
two direct steamer lines lately stint
ed between Now York and Australia.
Having traveled albo by the Suez
Canal route, he considers tho New
York mid Cape of Good llopo route
away ahead in comfort.
Itenntlfml Choral 3Iarrlngo Hcrvlrc
nt hit. Audreiv'M Cnlluiurnl.
The marriage of Mr. James Hay
Wodcliouse, Jr., and Miss Annie
Paualii Cleghorn was solemnized at
one o'clock this nfternoon in St.
Andrew's Cathedral. The Rev.
Alexander Mackintosh, olliciant,
intoned the altar ritual, the res
ponses being sung by the choir.
Special hymns were also rendered
by the choir, including "The voice
that breathes o'er Eden" as the
couple retired to the vestry. Mr.
Wray Taylor, organist, played wed
ding marches at the entiance and
departure of the bridal party, also
an undertone of melody during the
ceieinouy at the chancel railing.
Princess Regent Liliuokalaui, ac
companied by her consort, Hon.
John O. Dominis, and the acting
Chamberlain, Mr. J. W. Robertson,
entered a few minutes before the
opening of the ceremony and took
the left front pew. The right front
pew was occupied by Major J. H,
Wodebouse, British Commissioner,
Mrs. Wodehouse and family. His
Excellency J. L. Stevens, United
States Minister, and Miss Stevens,
Mr. F. A. Schaefer, Italian Consul
and Dean of the Consular Corps,
Mr. T. Rain "Walker, British Vice
Consul, and Mrs. Walker, Hons. W.
Jas. Smith and C. O. Berger
were among those present, the
congregation which represented
the wealth, fashion and beauty of
Honolulu overflowing from the mid
dle pews into the side rows. Messrs.
E. Styles. G. E. Smithies. E. F.
Bishop and Alika Dowsett were the
very elllcicnt ushers.
The cathedral was tastefully de
corated. All the chandeliers were
entwined with vines. The pulpit
was dressed with ferns. Stands of
ferns and potted plants were dispos
ed about lite chancel. Lovely mats
of flowers on evergieeu covered the
front pew desks.
A few moments after one o'clock
the bride entered, leaning on the
arm of her father, Hon. A. S. Cleg
Loin, wlio gave her away in the ce
remony. Miss "Wodehouso was maid of
honor and was accompanied by four
little bridesmaids Misses Helen,
Elsie anil Mabel Robinson and Olga
Berger. Tho bride was beautiful in
an en trai tied diess of cream colored
silk witli lace veil, her head adorned
with a wreath of orange blossoms,
in her hand a large bouquet. The
maid of honor and the bridesmaids
also carried bouquets, making up a
strikingly beautiful procession.
A reception is being held this
afternoon from two to live o'clock at
"Ainahnii," tho Waikiki rcsideneo
of tho brido's father. The bride
groom is the eldest bod of Major
Wodehouse, a leader in local athle
tics and very popultr. His bride is
an amiable and accomplished society
belle. The Bui.i.i:tin- joins 111 felici
tations to the hundsome couple.
THE NEW WATCH CLUB.
By joining the California Wntch
Club every pcrbon may select his
wutch, (either ladies' or gentle
men's) which will be saved and de
livered when the member draws his
watch, Mr. Sclireiltur, recently
from tho Coast, has chargo of the
dull nod comes well recommended
11s u reliable business man. The
club will bu opcn'uvcuiiigs until 8
o'clock. 730 lw
AllfijN HlRli'MBtltil TrwIniMil
Mil Sri iHibmrs,
Hit let it) Ho lMumiMMl DiiWli
IIuikIiimIm nl' AltloM from
rttllyA cm mI 11 ml autuIiimI Hie
I'l'Ol OMlM Ol I llU MOt t.ldl'M.
The fnllouing pnrnfirnph is from
the Melbourne A",u, November li),
Lately 11 vessel front Honolulu,
the C. (J. Whiltnore, landed at Vila
sonic 100 boys belonging lo several
nf the islands, ami 100 moie nl
Ilavamiu Harbor. These men be
longed to the Hanks Group, the isl
and of Vaniporo, and other islands
in the noilli group. Tho hoys were
put on shore with their Winchester
rllles and icvolvers, am) were left to
llutl their way as best-they could to
their own homes. The sctlleis at
the two harbors already mentioned
protested against the pioceeding,
but the captain of the vessel would
not listen to llieiu. He said the
bench was ficc to all, and put the
boys on sltoic. Thcseltlets fearing
that, being well armed, they might
turn biigands, disarmed them, and
mado them sign an agiccinent for
two years. It was ascertained tli.it
these boys had been at Honolulu for
peiiods varying from 0 to 0 years,
and that the Hawaiian Government
pretended that they had no earlier
oppoi Utility of returning them to
their homes. A vessel from Hono
lulu called at the islands about
seven years ago, nnu the settlers
hope that if those piocecdings are
made public pressure will be brought
to deter the Hawaiian Government
from persisting in such a line of
The following news paragrapli is
from llio Bendigo (Australia) Ad
vertiser, Nov. 20, 1890:
"Tin: Lahok Tkafi'ic. Intelli
gence has been received by Mr.
Hoodie, the agent in Melbourne of
the Commune of Franceville, that
an American balk has landed 200
labor "boys" at Havannab Harbor
and Vila, in New Hebrides, although
They belonged to the Banks group
and other islands hundreds of miles
dislanU The new comers, who were
from Honolulu, were landed fully
armed, and in spite of the protests
of the settlers. The vessel sailed
away and left them theie."
His Excellency C. N. Spencer,
Minister of the Inleiior and Piesi
dent of the Board of Immigration,
was asked by a Bulletin icporter
for information on the subject. In
rdply he produced the ofllcial record
of the "Whitmore's voyage, together
with the commission" of the Board's
agent, the charter paity, the agree
ments of the laborers as to where
lltey should be landed, their
ncknoledgmeiits that they had
been landed according to their de
sires, and cognate documents.
From the record of Capt. A.
Christian, agent of the Board of Im
migration, tho following abstract is
The bark C. O. Whitmore, Capt.
D. H. "Ward, sailed from this port
Friday, Aug. 15, with laborers to be
returned to the South Sea Islands.
Sept. 9 the vessel made the Isl
and of Sandwich. On the 10th site
landed 59' native passengers in the
steam launch'and long boat.
Sept. 11, sailed for Mailieollo Isl
and, reaching there tho same day.
Lauded 54 adults and six children.
On the 13th the boats re tinned to
the ship, and First Olllcer Thomp
son reported orders from the autho
rities 011 the island, not to land any
more people at that island. The le
maiudcr of the people all consented
to be landed on the Island of Sand
wich, whence the vessel then set
A postscript on the margin says :
"The authorities on the Island kept
the ship's agent in custody lo an
swer for these peopio when a man-of-war
ariives 29 days out."
Sept. 1G hove the ship to off the
Island of Sandwich. Put the boats
over at 11 a. m. with the l:it of the
passengers, 29 adults and four chil
dien. On the 17th arrived at tho
landing, but wete told by the man
in cliaigo that they could land no
more people at that place.
Afterwuid lite General Manager
for the French Company permitted
them to land on condition that they
were willing to work, and thoy were
landed nil well satisfied. The agent
received a letter from tho manager
stating terms on which ho could dis
tribute natives iu the New Hchiidcs
to their homes in case the Hawaiian
Government wished to send any
Sept. 18, Capt, Christian went
ashoro and was infonncd hy tiie
manager that he would send u letter
to Port Sandwich by their steamer,
to give the ship's agent a Iii6t-clas
passage to Sydney vaud that he would
also discharge llio man who took on
himself Ihe responsibility of detain
ing the agent. Took in the bouts
and made all suit for Newcastle, N.
Tho charter party required dipt.
Ward to luud tho people at Pint
Sandwich on the Island of .Mailieollo
ami at Port Huvtiiiiiah 011 the Island
of Sandwich. According to the
olllciul teenrd this is what bus been
done, Witnessed acknowledgments
of llio people urooi) llio in the ofliuo
nf lli llntH (i? I mm1
Uif wmt lmr1 l NM!ltti to fight
Mldtpr firii,r noiitwl nut rt
UrtwcninilM' ui ilir (owrnmpiit
It ml dnne pctjlhltig in IU rnHir In
ftlnrn Hip ppnplp comfortnlily In
Uitlr homp A lo llm innllpr of
fTM, lltoro wnn no Irw liorp lo oim
bio llio Oomrniripfti lo tlNnnn llio
Sonlli Sm lolnml Inimpcrs, or any
Oilier people, on UiPlr (loi!rtnio
from the kingdom.
Olilef Olllnur Thoinpion, who w till
Autiitt Clitlnlian rot 111 nail liy the
sluntncr Mnri)0M, eonlil tint
NEW RIFLE RANGE.
liilcicMlliiit NIiiioIIiik 4'onl)'Ht lie
tuiM-ii Hie jnitie unit Hiiiun
Tho new liiflc Hangc of tho Ha
waiian Rllles Association nl Kalian
Ikl was informally opened yesterday
by n friendly contest between the
olllccisnnd men of 11. B. M. S.
Nyutphe mid a team from the Ha
waiian Itille Association. Although
rot entirely completed the range
from the firing points presented a
decidedly clean appearance at all
the distances. The weather wns nil
that could bu dcslied. The absence
of any wind and a glaiiitg sunlight
made il a perfect day for 111111 ksmun.
Mr. Sims gunner of the Nymplie
and Mr. Chits. Wilson had charge of
the lespective teams, and despite
the sjuiall ptactiee on both sides
b )ine remarkably good scorers were
The conditions of the match were
to be seven shots each at the 200,
500 and GOO yard ranges, any mili
tary rille. The Nymplie men used
the "Martini henry" now in vogue
in the Biitisli aimy and tho home
team u&ing the "Springfield" and
Firing commenced jshoitly after
two o'clock and until darkness call
ed a truce the maikers and scorers
weie kept busy marking and scoring
bull's-eyes and magpies, and very
seldom hunting the targets for
miises. The home team showed
their supeiiority in the beginning of
the match, gaining 18 points on the
first range 200 yards, which lead
they kept increasing until the close
of the match, when they had a total
of 45 over the jolly tars.
Many visitors were present includ
ing Commander Turner of the
Nymplie and several olllccrs, and
much interest W113 taken in the
shooting. Considerable merriment
was caused when Chailey Wilson
scored two magpies in succession
but was considerably consoled by
their not being goose eggs. Much
disappointment was caused by the
teams not finishing their score nt GOO
yards, but darkness prevented com
pleting it. Jboiiie goou scores weie
made on both sides, notably J. W.
Pratt making 33 out of a possible
35 at both 500 and GOO yards. The
following is the score at the 200 and
500 yards ranges:
11. it. A.
J. W. Pratt-
W. E. Wall
J. N. S. Williams
500: 0015131 20 4G
J. H. Fislior-
4000022 8 3G
11. 11. ii.
J. 1$. Tlioin.is-
Grand total 353
Mr. Turner and Mr. Clark scoring
for the Nymplie and Mr. Genus and
Mr. Uustiice for the II. R, A.
Tho next meeting of tho II. It. A.
will bo held on New Y cat's duj', at
which llio numerous prizes of tho
association will he closely contested
for by members of the Association ;
also tho citi.eiib' mulch winch is
open to ull, and is looked forwiud
to wild a grcut deul of intciest.
The association has also added a
Pool Pistql Mutch open to all, w'liich
enables some of our citizens to meet
the wary burglar with unusual
ferocity. The new range is cusy of
accessj and grcut pleasure nod profit
can lie dci ived by u few hours spent
at the butts.
, USICAL-Wedding Ciik.s, hi the
IM veiy latest, can be onleicil only
at llio "Kllto lw Cieani Pallor.."
71 li lit
CtADDIES and a ureal ni Icily or
other l''iiiicyUiiinly Hoxiw, only
at Ihu ''Klllu Jen t'leani P.iihiirt."
An nriilliH ill of ( hil4ttnfi
jrwnt. Hill Ih- i..) In Mr .lit l
Mmiftii nl hi nl "itmin in-nlght nl
ti'Vrti (I't'lm-k fttintji. Tlir (toil in
Im nffpfpil poinpHw ninny vbHpIIp
wliloli pninp within tin- nnch of all.
A Hplpiidld dlniilny l mnile In
eluding llio following iloirnblc pe
cm III out Rolnof olilliiren'n fiii-nUur
In wnltiul and imk 1 rtiirs, cotnpfi
hitf vulvpls mid liotrus, sroni mul
slii'pp skins i lot of fine sllh irtrfl
oN mul iniilm-lln: down of fine
silk li!itikurclilof4 ntid ciirf; Im-go
Inl of bronze vanes mul slnli
two lino diamond rings nut
(llniiiDtiil stud; together with n large
nssoilmontof toys of nil kinds. See
tlie goods cm ly nud pick out what
you want before the sale begins.
READ AND BE CONVINCED.
Are you looking for Sultnblo
Christmas Presents? Then call nt
the Drug Store of Holllster & Co.,
No. 1011 Fort street, and examine
those beautiful Perfume Baskets,
something entirely now. They have
also a large and varied slock of the
Choicest Perfumes, in plain or cut
glass containers. Brush and Comb
Sets, Travelling Cases, Manicure
Sets, Cuff mid Collar Boxes, and
other Toilet Ai tides too numerous
to mention. In Photographic Goods,
they have tho best assortment ever
shown 111 this market, comprising
every requisite for either profes
sional or amateur. Particular at
tention is called lo their line of
Cnmein, any one of which will make
a Useful and Valuable Christmas
Present. One may please their fancy
wi.h a "Kodak," (ou press the
button) six different styles to choosu
fiom, or a "Ilawkovc," or a "P 1)
Q," or a School Outfit, or the regu
lation three-legged use-a-hood vari
ety. The prices for a complete out
fit range from S8.50 to 8125. Smok
ers and lovers of the weed can find
at this establishment, the very best
of American and Havanah Cigars,
Choice Tobaccos and Cigarettes,
Pipes in endless variety, such ns
JMeeischaum, plain or silver mount
ed, Brinr ditto, Cigar nnd Cignrctte
Cases, Etc., Etc. Space will not
permit a full enumeration of all they
have to show you, call and see for
IIOLLISTER & CO.
738 td ?09 Fort Street.
XMAS AND NEW YEAR.
The latest and newest novelties
suitable for Xmas and New Year's
presents, such as Oxidized Silver
Plaster Cases, Oxidized Silver La
dies' Companions, Oxidized Silver
Card Books, Oxidized Silver Jewel
Cases, Oxidized Silver Vinaigicttes
with Pin and Chain, Oxidized Sil
ver Matcli Safes, Oxidized Silver
Cigarette Cases, Oxidized Silver
Shoe Hooks, Solid Silver Stamp
Boxes. Also, Celluloid Goods in
great variety. We have received
an immense stock of Ladies' All
Linen Ilenistiched Handkerchiefs
(coloied boidois), which we have
decided to sell fur only S2 per
dozen; they beat anything in the
Handkerchief line; will bu glad lo
show them to you ; big bargain for
the holiday. Wo are prepared to
show you the finest and best select
ed stock of Ladies', Misses', and
Children's Trimmed and Untriinmed
Hats, all the latest styles ; all new
goods. Also, remember otir Grand
Sliver Gift Sale. Silver Presents
to everybody who purchases 82.50
worth of goods. Come and pay us
a visit before purchasing elsewhere.
CHAS. J. FISIIEL,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner Fort and Hotel streets.
CANDLES for Xmas Trees! Wo
claim to have the picttiest candles
in town. Yours
The "Elite Ice
TIIKJtE w ill be a (special meet Ing of
the stockholder of tho Union lion
Works Co. at their olllee. on Ilalekau
wila street, on MONDAY, Dee 'iiiiiil,
at 2 o'clock i si, By order.
J. N. &. WILLIAMS,
741 It President.
CHAS. T. GULICK Is my duly au
tlioilcd ngeut in Honolulu till
nirther notice. All patties indebted to
me for tent or otliciulso inc. requested
to si tile with him at his olllee, 38 Mer
chant street, Honolulu, 11. 1.
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1800.
741 3t-l71 It
WOMAN to take eaie of children
and to do chambeiwoik. Apply
at this olllee. 73:1 2w
1?inST-CLASS drei-Bmnkcrs; good
. pay; only expeilenced hnmls need
apply. nruir Foil and Hotel stieets
(over Kin lich's dry goods stoie).
A WOMAN or Girl to do lioiwowork
In small family (no washing; Ger
man preteireil) Apply at
Mns. J. P. 110 WENS,
7S8 lw Waikiki, near Itildge.
NOTICE lo A ItfUIlTEOTS 1
GROUND and Elevation Plans for a
Kallois' Home llulldliig to bu
elected on the site S E. curlier of Ala
ken and Halcknulla Mrccts, l!k! ft. on
Alakea sliei t, and 00 ft. fiontagu rc
neclUely, aid asKeil fur, to biwiaudcd
in to the iiudei lgned on or bcfoiu Feb
ruary 1, iBlil
A pilunf B'.'OO will be awarded for
lliu haul plan mid a prtr of 850 for the
Mjcoiiil bent plan hiibiullted.
Foe piiitluuluiii apply to
8. M. DAMON,
VW Ul Committee.
HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS !
TOYS ! TOYS !
DOLLS ! DOLLS !
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.
QUEEN & KAAIIUMANU STREETS.
legant Leather &
Card Cases, Jpwol Cases, Purses, 1
Xmas Cards, in great variety ;
iVhle Hawaii, Elegantly Bound in Plush;
Thos. W. Knox Celebrated Books of Travel,
New & Novel DIME BANKS,
Fiiircli's Gold, Silver 4 Pearl Penholders,
PENCILS, TOOTHPICKS, ETC., ETC.
CHILDREN'S BOOKS, BOOKLETS, GAMES,
Diaries for 1891 !
NAUTICAL ALMANACS FOR 1891,
LADIES' CHATELAIN & HAND BAGS,
Rflusic Stands, Music Rolls, Etc., Etc.
BSr Open evenings on and after
WING WO TAI CO,,
A'o. itH Xiinnmi Avenue.
Havo received per S. S. "Cliusan"
from Hongkong and Yokohama
Ebony ft Pearl Hall Furniture,
Satin Pillow Shams,
A KINi: ASSORTMENT OK
Silk Shawls & Handkerchiefs,
Ornpo Silk, Fern Pots,
DTNNElt and TEA SETS,
Of tho latest patterns;
IjVchIi Crop Ton,
No. 1 Manila Oigars,
Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc.
ON the 20th Decem
ber. 1800, then
will bo t-old at Wul
pai, Maui, by public
auction, 150 head,
Goud Ileef Cattle. 2
Mioro or loss,
Horses, 2 Mules, il Marcs and 1 Colt.
LOST or STOLEN
ONE Ilrown Sorrel
small "in" on neck.
Finder will be suitably
lo warded, by ictiirii
lug samu to
ANY peinoii or person found shoot
ing on the IiiiiiU of Kiikuliiaco
mid Koiihi, will bu pionccutcd to the
full extent of llm law
7.17 1m MiwO, P. WARD,
LAKUKST AND CHOICEST SELECTION'
Cauls, Iland-pmnled Plaques,
Photo View Albums, Etc.
Saturday, 20th inst.
Diamonds ft Other Precious
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
Gold & Silver Watches
a- OPENED EVENING -
, am. IVTO. 4 Adams Lane, I Large
Jtfxmm IM Front Room, furnished.
WBt Apply at premises. 738 tf
A SUITE of Three Nicely
Furnished Rooms, two
bedrooms and parlor, ou
Punchbowl street uear Palace Walk;
suitable for two single gentlemen.
C04U II. F. HED11ARD.
KAHUKU RANCH, Kau, Ha
waii, 181,000 acres. For
fm titer particulars, apply to
UUILDING Lot. on e
retanla itrcct. onnoillo
the Ice Work i, 00 ft. frontage
by 140 feet deepi denlrahlo location.
Apply to .1. M, CAM AHA, Jb.,
Itenl Kulute & General Agent, Spree.
Illock, Room No. 10. 737 lw
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