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MONDAY, 1)150. Slit, 1800.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
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Hriu 'itlii fi:3&t
lOtfil 9:ni fiM&t
U:S5 4iG5 OiCOJ
t Saturdays only.
Stun- Mlkuhnla from Knunl
Stmr Olnudluo from Muni
Stun ls Mnkec from Kiipnu
Slnir ICiiulu fiom Knunl
Sehr Kaiililua from Wnkinac
31 A) S 8 Alameda, Morse from Sim
Francisco en routo for the Colonies
Am I)k Kilward May, Malmny, for Iho
Bktne Amclln, Nowhnll, for San Fran
cisco Dec. 22
R M S 8 Alameda, Morso, for the Colo
nies Stmr Jus Mnkco for Knunl .it fi p in
Stmr Wnlalenlo for ICau, Hawaii
StmrMokolll for Molokat at 5 p m
Stmr J A Uuininhw for Wahnanalo
Sehr llaleakala for Hawaii
Sehr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
VESSE.S LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mlknhala for Kauai at o p in
Stmr Olaiidlnu for Mnul-at o p m
Stmr Mokolll for Molokai
Slmr Kaala for Kauai 4 p m
Sehr Kawallanl for Koolau
CARGOES FROM ISLAND TORTS.
Mlkalinla .7275 bajrs sugar, 210 bags
rice, 11 bides and I horse.
J as Makec 3070 bags sugar.
Kaala 1GU5 bags sugar.
Kaulllua 10GO bgs sugar and 00 water
melons Claudlue 'J380 bags sugar, IS bundles
bides, 80 pes koa, lno bags potatoes
and HO pkgs sundries.
From Maul per stmr Claudlue, Dec
21 Mrs J G Howie, Miss Ritchie, WO
Smith, D VV Kratzer, Mr Jloarc, Biotlier
Thomas, Edwin Stone, Mrs Wagner,
Mr Cramer, W C Wilder, Capt Gallop,
Purser Pcckles, Purser Gray, A chew, L
ike, Ah Mi and 01 deck.
From San Francisco per S S Alameda
Dec 2' Mrs F llurnhehner, Mastei A
It Cunba, Dr J D Furry, M Green, M 8
Grinbaum, Dr Jno It Haines, Dr L 0
Lane and wife, Mrs C W La Morde,
Harry Lewis, J A Lowe, Miss E B Mc
Leod, Armstrong Smith, Mrs J D Mc
Andrews and child, Mrs F W McChes
ney, Mrs Manifold and infant, J W
.Marshall and wife, Dr C L Stow, Mrs B
Weir, Z L White, wife, 2 children and
nurse, II II Williams, Mrs K Hardee,
PiofUJ Ordway and 80 steerage and
SO for the Colonies and Samoa
Fiom Kauai per stmr Mikahaln, Dec
21 B W-Furvls, Miss Needham, Miss
KcnwDll, MissBiewer, W E II Deverill.
wife and faniilv, Miss N Meyer, Miss L
M Rees, C L Biilo, Miss Conea, J CoV
rea, 5 (.ihluese mid G3 deck.
! or Kauai per stmr Jns Makce, Dec
22 G Ii Grau.
The steamer C R Bishop will return
from Waiauao and Koolau Wednesday
The 4-masted schooner Robert Lew
eis is receiving sugar from the Mika
hala. Tlio 3-masted schooner Vesta will
commence discharging her cargo of lum
The stmr Mokolil will leave lor usual
ports to-morrow evening at 5 p m.
The steamer Jas Makee towed the
barkeutine Amelia and bark Edward
Mayout of harbor yesterday morning.
. The bark Guardian will be hauled up
on the Marine Railway to-day.
According to last advices, the follow
ing are the vessels that left 8an Fran
cisco for this port: Bktue S G Wilder,
DecOtb, with cargo of general mcrclian
. dlse valued at 635,778; bktno W H Dl
mond, Dec Cth, with cargo of general
merchandise valued at $63,'.iD2; bark W
W Chase, Doc I lth, with cargo of gen
eral merchandise valued at 7G53, bk
Electrathe 14th, bk O D Brjant the
ICth and S h China on the 18th, touch
ing at this port.
. DOUBLE MURDER.
A Chinaman named Che Hoi was
brought to town from Maui by the
steamer Claudine and lodged in Oahu
Jail. He is charged with tlio mur
der of a Chinaman named Wong
Hoi and of a native named
Kcaulile, and with murderous as
saults on the wife of the latter, all
on the evening of last Tuesday.
Tlio wretch is probably a homicidal
Monday, Dec. 22.
UKFOItB IJICICEUTON, J.
Guardianship Eliza Meek, minor.
Ordered that G. S. Honghtailiiig,
guardian, have leave to mortgage
tlio minor's property and to apply
the proceeds toward payment of a
certain claim and tlio cost of two
cottages. Guardian in person.
In re bankruptcy of Apana. Pe
tition of Ilyman Bros, for adjudica
tion. 'Ordered that Apana bo
adjudged a bankrupt, and Monday,
Dec. 29, bo set for proof of claims
and election of assignee. Cecil
Brown for petitioners; J. M. David
son for bankrupt.
HKKOlti: m'cih.i.y, J.
In re bankruptcy of J. IIuolo.
Two claims are proved amounting to
S'IIH.33, null H. L. Aucrbucli is
appointed assignee under $IOi bond.
In re bankruptcy of Manuel
Viura. One claim is proved
iiiuoiiiiting to 81BM.U8 iind J. K.
Hnckfcld appointed' uBsignuo under
The Anuii-liihl Dulaln uycrc lius
conffbfd complicity In lliu murder
of Cioneiul Hclivcrakoff in Purls.
LOCAL DENIAL HEWS,
Mtt. 0. A Ko hit it
In iitiollim I'oluiiin.
luiMni'Mi lint lee
A NKqi'hw for Hip ri'lutii nt n
ppouto in iiimilirr column.
Mil. .IliKTlri! HtpKHHTo.v (umlilpti nt
Hupitiiiiu Uoiirl Chamber lliln week.
Him tlio good things col by the
Alnlndln nt the California Fruit
Hawaiian Luikii:, F. ,t A. M will
meet llili evening for work In llii'
l)K. Dnl.AKMA PUIlllY llllH rcMtllll'd
practice nt Dr. Hiodlo's olllee No. 81
Mil J. II. Surro.v, purser of tho
Alameda, lias our thanks for voiy
generous news favois.
" . - .
TliK I). S. 8. Muhiciui leavcH thitt
nflurnooti for Lahaiuu to engage in
tlio regulation gun practice.
Mystic Lodge, K of V, will hold a
special meeting tor lliu nomination
of olllcers to-morrow evening.
H U M S Nymi'Mi: will leave port
this afternoon or lo-moriow morning
for ljor regular uea practice of ono
. m i ... -
Hon. OuriTis P. Iaiikiia has been
appointed 8ecretarv of the Foreign
Oilicc in place of Mr. W. H. Wright,
Count Waohtmeistkk of Sweden,
who H))unt some time in the islands a
few months ago, was a thiough pns
Kcugor on the Alameda.
Mn. James F. Morgan announeos
his last Christmas sale for Tuesday
o veiling. Just tuin to the list of
line gift goods then to be oil'ered.
Mr M GiwnN, of M Phillips & Co,
and Mr M S Giiiihaiiin, of the linn
healing" his name, arrived on the
Alameda for their periodical visits.
Mkssus. Henry Davis & Co. re
ceived a supply of Chribtmas trers,
got at Santa Cruz, by the Alameda
and they arc already ueaily all gone.
Notice is given elsewhere that
sealed tenders will be received at the
Interior Office until the 27th instant
for fiii'iiibhing supplies for Hid Insane
Mft Pat.mkh the naturalist will
make Kauai tlio first objective point
of his explorations, leaving for theie
by the steamer Mikahala to-nionow
The Cabinet has made arrange
ments with the Oceanic Steamship
Company for bringing home the bix
or eight Hawaiians in Samoa against
whom a decree of expulsion by King
Malictoa is standing.
The stockholders of the People's
Ice & Refrigerating Co. will meet to
morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
office of W. O. Smith. A full attend
ance is requested as business of im
portance will come up.
CiuusTMAS cheer in the form of a
full assortment of fine wines and
liquors, suitable for the holidays, can
bo had nt W S Luce's on Merchant
street. Call before Christmas day, as
the store will be closed on the 25th.
The Legislative Chamber is being
renovated a chair board run round,
the doors grained and walls painted.
It will look like a new place when
the January term of tlio Supremo
Court opens. Mr. J. V. Gibbs is do
ing the painting.
Mk II H Williams and Mr Harry
Lewis, ncighboiing merchants on
Fort street, returned home 4y 'be
Alameda. Both report having been
favored with agreeable weather, and
that they thoroughly enjoyed their
trip to the Coast.
Some late and important foreign
news, regarding tho bill introduced
by Senator Mitchell of Oregon, with
joint resolution favoring tho laving
of an ocean cable between Hie Pacific
Coast and Hawaii, Samoa, New Zea
land and Australia, is crowded out
of this issue, but will appear to-mor
Mit. and Mrs. Fowler left on their
wedding tout- and for Mrs. Fowler's
new home in England by tho steamer
Alameda bound to Sydney this morn
ing. A largo nuinberof their friends
wero at the steamer to wish them
godspeed and a happy future. Tlio
Vouplo wore received at the Palace
by the Regent on Suluvlay.
Mn. Manifold, who came out from
Scotland some months ago to report
to Mr. It. A. Macfie, 8r., on the Ki
lauea plantation, and to tako charge
of tho sugar mill, left for home on
tho steamer Alameda, accompanied
by his wifo. Mrs. Manifold arrivtd
on tlio same steamer to join her'hus-
band here, only to iind that lie had
been called homo unexpectedly.
The Honolulu Diocesan Magazine
for December lias been received.
Bishop Willis editorially announces
his determination to have tlio icgii
lar Cathedral services on Sunday at
11 a. in. and 7 ;30 p. in., on and after
Jan. 1, 1891. saying that tlio ucces
nity for the alteration has been forced
upon tho Bishop by tlio polio pin
hiied by tho Second Congregation
during tlio present year.
As will bo seen by a pointed ad
vertisement in another column, Mr.
J. W. Luning, the "biped with a
bill," has returned to Honolulu to
stay. Mr. Lulling, like the aver
age wunderer from these happy
shores, declares "Honolulu is good
enough for me." Ab a business
agent mid cllloient collector lie has
never been beaten here, and those
who have entrusted him with work
liuve ulways received prompt returns
IllHbest oniloiiieuient humus to hu
that while debtor like Mr. Ltiii
lug personally, I buy avoid lit i ti at
(Illicitly as they would the veritable
Piincu of l)ail(iicsH,lf he happens to
hold a "little uccount" against tliciii.
CHIEF JUSTICE OF SAMOA.
Itrtt'litliitt tit 1'lntinlii'il'ilii ritmnii
itr IVili-rrtMiitr In lloiiiilillti
WIipii Hip AlnitiiMln (looked nl lliu
Onenli!tMlpninlili Ootnpntiy'a wlinrf
yoalpnUiy uvonliiii, Mr. .lainci W.
IhiliertwMi. iii'lliiK Clmmln tlntl",
(Mint on hoard to moot tho Chief
tluliiHi of Sniiion, who wim evpeeled
on lilt uny to iitMiuio his Motion.
Clmtiiherlnitt Coiirnd do Cetler
crnnlst was nppnlnted Chief JuMivo
of Saniim by King Oienr of Sweden,
at tho ru(tic4t of tlio three signatory
Powers In Hie Tiealy of Hurltn
Gurijiutiv, tlio United Status and
Great Hi Haiti. Tho title "Cham
herlnln" of the appointee loprusents
the honorary position lie holds at
Urn Swedish royal court. Accom
panying the Chief Justice to Samoa
Is l.ieiiteuniit do Ulfsparrc of the
Royal Marines, who goes ns Aide-(Ic-Cninp
and holds a commission us
Marshal ot Samoa, lioth gentlemen
belong to thu Swedish nobilltj.
Mr. Robertson met the Chief Jus
tice with his Aide in Capt Morse's
cabin,- and oii'belialf of the Princess
Regent tendered His Honor Hie hos
pitality of the Kingdom, and placed
at his disposal His Majesty's royal
carriage. Mr. II. W. Schmidt, II.
S. M.'s Consul, also met his dis
tinguished countryman at Hie same
place and cordially welcomed liim
to Honolulu. Cluu'f Justice do Co
dcrcrantz and Lieut. de Ulfsparrc
then drove to the Hawaiian Hotel,
where rooms had been engaged for
Mr. Robertson immediately re
paired to the Palace to inform II.
R. II. the Regent of the Chief Jus
tice's arrival and make arrange
ments for an audience. He then
met tiie party at the Hotel and with
Consul Schmidt accompanied Uiuin
in calling on His Excellency John
A. Cummins, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, nt his residence. The party
were then driven to the residence
of Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Waikiki,
and after a brief call were given a
drive round Kapiolani Park and
back to town. Chief Justice Ceder
crantz was delighted with tlio scen
ery, saying he had never seen any-
Hung so charming.
xuis morning ine loyal carriage
was sent to the Hotel to convey the
party to Iolani Palace. Count
Waclitmeister of Sweden accompan
ied them. The royal audience was
given at half-past seven o'clock.
Acting Chamberlain Robertson re
ceived tho distinguished visitors and
showed them the royal feather
cloaks and other royal emblems.
Consul Schmidt hero joined the
party and, being presented to Prin
cess Regent Liiiuokalani and Queen
Kapiolani, in turn presented Chief
Justice dc Cedercrantz, Count
Waclitmeister and Lieut, de Ulfs
parre to Her Royal Highness and
Her Majesty. The Regent convers
ed with the Chief Justice a few min
utes after the ceremony.
His Honor Chief Justice Judd
also calfcd at the' Palace and was
presented to the Regent, Hie Queen,
and the visiting dignitaries. Be
sides those already named there
were present at the audience Prin
cess Poomaikelani, Hon. John O.
Dominis, Mrs. J. W. Robertson,
iady-in-waiting to the Queen, and
Mrs. Chas. Clark, in attendance on
II. R. II. the Regent.
A few minutes before the depart
ure of the Alameda the party were
driven in the royal carriage to the
wharf. They were taken leave of on
board by Mr. Schmidt, Consul-General
Severance of the United States,
Mr. Robertson and others. They were
decorated with fragrant leis in the
Hawaiian style by Mrs. J. W. Rob
ertson. After the gong had sounded for
all not passengers to go ashore, the
Chief Justice, Ins Aide and the
Count descended to the foot of the
shore gangway, where His Excel
lcnc3r J. A. Cummins, Chief Justice
Judd and -others bade theni a cor
djal farewell, the lowering of the
gangway being delayed a little for
the exhibition of food fellowship.
The Royal Hawaiian Band played
one of its best progiammcB at the
steamer's departure, winding up
with Auld Lang Syne and different
Count "Waclitmeister was booked
for Auckland, but changed his mind
to land at Samoa witli the Chief
The day after their arrival in San
Francisco Chamberlain dc Ceder
crantz and Lieut, de Ulfsparrc in
full uniform called ou King Kala
kauaattho Palace Hotel. On Fri
day evening they accompanied His
Majesty, on his invitation, to the
military review. They also accom
panied the King to the grand Char
ity Ball in Pioneer Hall the same
Chief Justice de Cedercrantz is a
handsome looking man of full sta
ture, witli dark auburn hair and
mustache. He is of youthful ap
pearance tor a man called to fill so
important an oilicc. As has pre
viously been published in this paper,
tlicJJhiCf Justice of Samoa will have
alinost absolute powcis under the
Berlin Treaty. It will even fall to
his decision which of the three per
sons having claims shall be King.
With these grave responsibilities it
is reassuring to know that the in
cumbent has been chosen for his
known executive and judicial abil
ity. All those seen who have met
him on his present voyage and dur
ing his brief stay heie concur ill de
scribing Chief Justice de Coder
erunlz us a perfect gentleman,
Frank P. Slavlu, tlio Australian
pugilUt, has agreed to box Coilictt
before thu California Athletic Club,
i run KriinoiKco, for a puise of xsuuil
- I H" tt h'0 ,,ul " xr'u,)'
The l', h. S. Cliuilimlnii luoilmll
teiiui, lh..t wiped nut lho Honolulu
team, mib going to play a picked
ban Francisco team lubt Hutuiduy,
HEAD AND BE 00NVIN0ED.
Art' ,vm lookitiK for Suitable
('lllhtmn I'lwuiilDr' Tlioii enll nl
tlio Drtiu: Mute ul llolllMor A Co.,
No. I0U Fori street, unit examine
llnno beautiful Perfume tlntkot,
hoinothliig entirely now. They have
iilnoa larjjn niul varied stock of Hip
Cholucit PerfiuniH, In plain or cut
glass ciiulnliiurft. ItruMi and Coinli
Sets, Travelling Chap, Mntileuru
Sets, Cufl and Collar Moves niul
other Toilet Aitleles ton " iiiiineioiis
to mention. In I'holographle (lomU,
they have the licit as'oitineut ever
slinwii in this market, tompndug
every requisite for either pinion
sional or amateur. Particular at
tention is called to their line of
Camera, any one ol which will make
n Usuful and Valuable Christmas
Present. One uiny please their fancy
wl.h a "Kodak," (ou piess the
button) six different styles to choose
fiom, or a "Hawkeye," or a "P D
Q," or a School Outfit, or the regu
lation tin co-legged-uso-a-hood vari
ety. The prices for a complete out
fit range from 88. fit) to 8120. Smok
ers and lovers of the weed can Iind
at this establishment, the very best
of American and llavauali Cigars,
Choice Tobaccos and Cigarettes,
Pipes in undies variety, such as
Meerschaum, plain or silver mount
ed, Briar ditto, Cigar and Cigarette
Cases, F.tc., Etc. Space will not
permit a full enumeiation of ail they
have to show you, call and see for
IIOLLIbTFR & CO.
7.'18 td 109 Fort Street.
XMAS AND NEW YEAR.
The latest and newest novelties
suitable for Xmas and New Year's
piesents, Such as Oxidized Silver
Plaster Cases, Oxidized Silver La
dies' Companions, Oxidized Silver
Curd Hooks, Oxidized Silver Jewel
Cases, Oxidized Silver Vinaigrettes
witli Pin and Chain, Oxidized Sil
ver Matcli Safes, Oxidized Sjlvcr
Cigaietle 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 lleinstiched Handkerchiefs
(colored borders), which we have
decided to sell for only $2 per
dozen; they beat anything in the
Handkerchief line-; will be glad to
show them to you ; big bargain for
thu holiday. We are prepared to
show you the finest and best select
ed stock of Ladies', Misses', and
Children's Trimmed and Untrimmed
Hats, all the latest styles ; all new
goods. Also, remember our Grand
Stiver Gift Sale. Silver Presents
to everybody who purchases S2.50
worth of goods. Come and pay us
a visit before purchasing elsewhere.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner Fort and Hotel streets.
THE NEW WATCH CLUB.
By joining-tlie California Watcli
Club every person may select his
watcli, (eitliei ladies' or gentle
men's) which will be saved and de
livered when the member draws his
watcli, Mr. Schreiber, recently
from the Coasi, has charge of the
club and comes well recommended
as a reliable business man. The
club will be open evenings until 8
o'clock. , 73G lw
CAMARINOS' Refrigerator nu lcd
per S. S. "Alameda" with the
following fiuits, etc., in plentiful sup
ply: Fieh Fro.en Oysters hi tins and
shell, Celery, Caulillowers, Cabbage,
Apples, Pears, Grnpes, Nuts mid Dried
Fruits, Raisins, Figs. Etc., Etc
735 at OAi.iroiiNiA Kul'it Mauki:t.
Wedding Cakih, in the
IT I very latest,
can be oidered ouly
at the "Elite Ice Cieam Parlors."
CADDIES and a ereat variety of
other Fancy Candy Itoxes, only
at the "Elite Ice I'icain L'ailois."
7.18 lw "
Haitian Lodgo, Ho. 21, F. & A. M
L will la
will bo a nieeliii!' of Ha.
an Lodge Mo. 21, V. & A. M.,
at Its II'ill, coiner of Fori anil Queen
sin ets. THIS (Monday) EVENING,
at 7;30 o'clock, for
Work in tho 3d Degree.
MembiTS of Lodge lo Progrcs and all
rejourning Ilruhrcn me fraternally in.
vlled to he present.
by older or the V.-. M. .
T. C. PORTER,
742 11 Been tary.
'piIERE will ho a meeting of stoek--L
holders of tho People's lc & Re
frigerating Co. nt a o'clock l'. si., TO
MUJlJtOW, Deo. aiiid, ar Iho olllee of
W. O. .Smith. A full attendance Is re
quested as business of Importance will
bo brought forward.
G. P OASTL1C,
7-1 Jit Societal y.
'Attention, Knights !
SPECIAL convention of MvMlo
Lodge No. 2. K of p will he
on TUESDAY EVENING. Dec.
j:t, 1890, for thu purpose of nonilintiiig
olllcers for thu ensuing tcni), mill for
thu transaction of such other business
as may come hefoie the convention.
No convention trill Do held Wednesday
Per older of thu O. (
.1. M. MoOIIESNEY,
K.uf Jt ,v.H.
llouohilu, Dec. 'J, 16(H), 71'- 'ii
Is hereby given that (I, Alio, of Makii
pala, Koliiiln, Hawaii, Iuih hold all
hW luptiert In lliu Drill of Tung Wo Co i
ulto, iho nfuiiMiild laud, moid iind
liieiiliauilUo lo L Ahl, of Knlmlu,
Hiiwii, thu lUlh i lay ut November,
IblHJ. til outstanding ilubu will be
! Mitllwl by L. Ahl.
718 Of U. AICO.
J. W. LOSING
Comer Fort & Queen Streets.
L Ii G A Ii
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
WOMAN to lake care of childien
r and to do ehambeiwork. Apply
at this oilicc.
IJIRST-CLASS dressmakers; good
1 . pay; only experienced bauds need
apply. ( 'one r Fort and Hotel streels
(over Eln Hell's dry goods store).
A WOMAN or Girl to do hnu'cwork
In small family (no washing; Ger
man prelerred). Apply at
Mrs. .1. P. HOWENS,
738 lw Waikiki, near Bridge.
LADY'S Canvass and Silk Hand
bag, containing a purse and mo
ney, caid case, gold illumed spectacles
and memorandum book. A suitable
rewind will be paid by returning same
to this olllee. 7118 lw
LOST or STOLEN
ON Thursday, tho 11th lust., from a
stable at Kolulii (near Mr. .1. I.
Dowsett's), a Brown Mare, two white
hind feet, white star on forehead,
branded II M and T on hip. Person
returning the same to II. Moitenscn,
Tiainway Stab es, Piiimhoti, will bo
suitably rewarded. 737 (it
CATTLE SALE I
ON the 20th Decem
ber, 1800, then
will bo cold at Wal
pal, Maui, by public
auction, ICO head,
Good Beef Cattle, 2
moro or less.
Horses, 2 Mules, 3 Mares
and 1 Colt.
LOST or STOLEN
ONE Brown Sorrel
small "in" ou neck.
Finder will be suitably
- rewarded by return
ing same to
IJAS. T. GULIOK is my iliilyau-
IhoiUcd agent In Honolulu nil
further notice All pintles Indebted lo
me for lent or olhcrubo are retpici-tcd
to si tile ullh him at his olllee, :IH Mer
chant sheet, Honolulu. II 1
llouohilu, Dee. H), lh'.K).
Oahu Kiitlwiiy & Luiul Co.
i HPKCUL meeting
A holders ol the O
KPKUIIL meeting of
huldcr ol the Oahu Hallway &
Land Co. will be held at
of Cumin ice Jtnonu In Honolulu, ou
WKDNI'.hD.VY, Dee III, IWMJ, at II
oYhit'k a M , for Ihepiirpontiif uiiiwiiU
ing ihe Hyriiiw and other biipiiiiiiut
biiiluc. W.O. AbHLKY,
hemiilaiy O. It, X l Co.
Honolulu, J)e. 17, IbtHJ, W Id
A FULL ASSOKTMENT" OF
SS & LIQUORS
SL'IT.Mtl.K FOIt CIIIHRTMAS A NKW YEAR'S
WINE & SPIRIT
N. B. My store will not be open
Christmas & Iw Tear
Ca JL AgD S I
TOYS X TOYS I
DOLLS ! DOLLS !
TIIEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
QUEEN & KAAHUMANU STREETS.
Elegant Leather & Plush Albums,
Card Cases, .Tcwel Cases, Purses,
Xmas Cards, in great variety ;
Celluloid Cards, Hand-painted Plaques,
Photo View Albums, Etc., Etc.
Mele Hawaii, Elegantly Bound in Plush;
Thos. W. Knox Celebrated Books of Travel,
New & Novel DIME BANKS,
fi ' 1
PENCILS, TOOTHPICKS, ETC., ETC.
CHILDREN'S BOOKS, BOOKLETS, GAMES,
Diaries for 1891 !
NAUTICAL ALMANACS FOR 1891,
LADIES' CHATELAIN & ILAND BAGS,
Music Stands, Music Rolls, Etc., Etc.
tQr Open evenings on and after Saturday, 20th inat.
KlIIL'KU RANCH, Kan, Ha
waii. 181,000 acres. For
fin titer particulars, apply to
BUILDING Lot on He
letanla street. nunolle
the Ice Works, HO ft, fi outage
by HO feet deep; dudlrablu location
Apply to .1. M,OAMHA,.llt.,
Real Enlalii A General Agent, Kpiec
UvW HUuk.Jtooni No. 10. 7iU lw
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Wm'M btdioonu mid parlor, on
Punchbowl ln e near Puhcu walb
MillHblu fur two ciiigiu Keiuiviiieii,
M? U IL V. IIKMUAHU.
Honolulu, II. I.
on Christmas Day,
LARCEST AND CHOICEST SELECTION IN
NO. 4 Adams Lnno, I Large
Front Room, furnlslieu.
Apply at premises. 738 tt
rril AT Tract of Land ultuat
1 ed at Palolo Valley, and
Coiihlsllug of 170 acres, mure
or le, until recently under leano totb
late rtillllp Milton, anu belonging to
thu date of CIihk. Long, dmwHl, K
eai.e for a term of year will bo given,
ui well it Immediate posttunrion If de.
hired. The land Uhubituntlully fwiwMl,
For panic laii, apply to
Or J. K.ColbMr.
Ilminliilii, Deo. , iiw, 7l w
AN DIES for Xiiim
J ilubu to ttuw llw pielllcht vm
In town, YourM truly. Thy "KHio
Crcaiu Purlor," m
.illMlsrii itflitt &
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