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VOU HAN VKAXC1SCO,
The Now nml Flue Al Slccl Steamship
" Zeatandia "
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Syiluoy
nml Auckland on or about
Jan. 10, 1891.
And will leave for tlic above port with
malls and passengers on oi
about that date.
toy For freight or passage, having
superior aocouunodatlons, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN
& CO., I'd,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamshi
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Dec. 20, 1890.
And will have prompt dispatcli with
mails and passengers for
the above ports.
E2F For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm G. IRWIN
& CO.. I'd,
Importers of j
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Care.
Mattiog and Carpets Laid,
F ne Upholstering & Bedding
DpAYM EN .
All orders for cartage promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good in transit to the other Islands.
. Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
8" Oi'Fioi:: Next door to das. F.
Morgan's auction room;
Mutual 19 "aTELEPHONESfi" Sell 414
til KING STHKKT,
G. J. WALLER, - - Manager
.Wholesale & Retail Butcher
Tlio Best Lunoh in Town,
Tea and Ooffoo at HI Houru
Tho Fluent llrandn of
A.lwuy on lliiuU.
M. J. SOTTAS, lrltHr.
74 King St.-Jg J74KlflgSt,
Heiiii-liiiimal : Coiniitiliiiiiii
To bo hold on their Range,
lmutkl, King street,
On THURSDAY, Jan. 1, 1891,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUr.
Valued at 100. for the highest aggie
gate score in matches Nos. 1, 2 una U,
to become the property of tho imirks
mau winning it tliree times at the regu
lar meetings of tho 11. It. A.
Won July 5, 1SS0, by J. Brodlc, M. 0.
Won .lanuary 1, 1887, by in. Unger.
Won July 23, 1887, by .1. G. Rothwell.
Won January 2, 18S8. by 0. B Wilson.
Won .mly 4, 1888, by F. Ilustace.
on January 1, 1SS0, bv J. W. Pratt.
Won July 1, 1880, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by O. B. Wilson.
I. THE BRODIE MEDAL.
1st prize Cup presented by J. Brodlc,
2nd prize Gold Pin presented by
Mis. C. II. Nicholl.
Conditions of the match : Open to all
members of the Association. 1st and
2nd prizes to become the property of tho
marksmen winning the.ni three times at
tho K'gular meetings of the II. R A.
Hist nice, 200 yards: rounds, 10; any
military rifle under the rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, $1.
Wou Jan. 1, 1S90, by J. H. Fbhcr.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 100; also, a second prize
of 5; third prize, $2.50. Conditions:
Open to all coiners; to become the pro
perty of the marksman winning it three
times at the regular meeting of the H.
u. A.; 2 strings oi iu snots eacn at ouu
yard ranges; any military rillo under
the rules; limited to one entry for each
competitor. Eutrance fee, 1.
Won July 5, SSG, by J. Brodlc, M.D.
Won .1 miliary i, 1887, by W C. King.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won January 2, 1888, by W . C. King.
Won July 4, 1SS8, by K. Ilustace.
Wou January 1, 188'J, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1SS1), by J. G. Rothwell.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by 0. B. Wilson.
III. H. R. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 150. CompetltoisJimited
to members of the Association. Condi
tions: For the highest aggiegate score
at 200 and 500 yards; 10 i omuls at cacli
distance; any military rifle under the
rules; to become the piopcrty ot the
marksman winning it tlucc times at
regular meetings of the H. K. A. En
trance fee, 1.
Won July 4, 18o'J, by W. JS. Wall.
Won Jan. 1, 18U0, by F. Ilustace.
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To be worn
by the winner until his score is beaten
at any regular meeting oi tne 11. li. A.
Limited to members of the Association;
10 i omuls nt 500 and GOO yaids. En
trance fee, 1.
Won July 4, 188S, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won January 20, 1SS9, by Lieut.
Ache, II. B M.S. Hyacinth
Won July 4. 1880, by J. W.Pratt.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Presented by Hon J. A. Cuinniins;
2nd prize 2.G0. To bo shot for at 200
and 500 yards. 10 shots at each dis
tance. Open to members who have
never won n first class prize. To be
come the property of the marksman
winning it three times. Entrance fee,
Won January 1, 1880, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1889, by C. Ilustace, Jr.
Wou Jan. 1, 1890, by II. W. Peck.
VI. DIRECTOR'S CUP.
Picsented by the Board of Directors
of 1691. Open only to members of flic
II. .R. A., who have never made a re
cord of over 75 per cent, in any regular
competition; to become the properly of
the marksman wining it tluce times.
Dibtance, 200 yds; rounds 10; Military
rillo; limited to one entry to each com
petitor. Entiancofeo, 81.
VII. POOL TARGET. (8 inch
200 yards. Open to all comers. Any
rillo. Unlimited entries. Nohairoi set
triggers or telescopic sights allowed.
Tickets, 50 cents each; entitling holder
to Ilro 5 shots at this taiget. 75 percent
of total receipts in this match to be
awaided pro rata to total number of
VIII. PISTOL POOL TARGET.
(8 inch bulls-eye).
50 yards. Open to all comers. All
pistols or revolvers not less than 32
calibre allowed 'Tickets, 50 cents
each: entltllm holders to lire 5 shots at
this target. 75 percent of total receipts'
in tins iiiutcu to uo uwarueu pro rata to
total number of bulls'-oycs.
IX. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
Some very valuable puzes, and a
prize for eveiybody. Any rillo; 10
lounds; distance, 200 yards. No hair or
set triggers or telescopic sights allowed,
Entries unlimited. Kntiuiioofeo, 91.
All ineinbeia of the Association who
have inadu over 80 per Apt. at any gen
eral meeting of tlio 11. R. A. will uot be
allowed to compete,
No entries will be made before the
day of tho match, and persons will
shoot according to tho number on their
Committee on Citizens1 Prizes;
J. I), TuoitKit,
E. O. Wilms,
W. 0, 1'AIIKK,
.1. II. KOl'KU,
J, G, J(utiivi:i.i.,
r v vwrFvr
I ftj. SfaFi'T''uy.t lx"
A FINANCIAL GENIUS.
Il om'iMl in Hnte iifin.nno I'lnnr unit
I'ltlliul, lull Clot n Vri'd I)lnlnr.
A needy Frenchman once heard that a
marriage wan on tho tnpls between tho
daughter of a certain wealthy merchant
nml the son of a rich banker. Tho dowry
that was to bo given with tho brido waa
500,000 franca, 'Hie merchant was well
known to bo on the lookout for a good
bargain or to savo a dollar, bo on this
tho Parisian founded his hopes of n good
dinner ut least.
Ho accordingly called at tho mer
chant's residence and nuked tho privllego
of seeing him on very Important busi
ness. After n little whilo ho was ad
mitted to his presence
"Tho matter. Blr, on which I called,"
ho began, "involves for you tho practical
saving of two hundred and fifty thou
sand franca. I"
"Oh, my dear sir," Interrupted tho
merchant, "this Is too Borious to bo dis
cussed before dinner, and as it 1b now
my hour for dining pray tnko dinner
with mo, and wo will afterward con
sider your proposition at our leisure"
Having partaken of a meal that left a
pleasant flavor in tho unfortunate's
memory tho rest of Ills lifo they re
tired to tho morchant's study.
"And now I am ready to hear your
proposal," ho remarked.
The "Parisian, after a moment's
"I understand, sir, your daughter is to
bo Bhortly married to tho son of the
banker D' Argent?"
"Yes, that is true."
"And that her dowry is half n mill
ion?" This was also assented to.
"Well, then, horo is my idea: 1 am
ready to tako her with half that sum and
thus you will save or gain exactly 250.
Tho merchant could not but smilo nt
tho proffer, though he did not profit by
it. Philadelphia Times.
What is in a Name.
A young lady visiting in Lowell tells
a good story of ono of thoso raro coinci
dences thnt first surprise and then nl
most inevitably amuse.
Her sister, who went to Colorado for
tho benefit of her health, was sojourn
ing at Manitou, and thero ono day fell
into conversation with a gentleman on
the piazza of the hotel. They had not
They were admiring together the snow
clad pyramid of Pike's peak, towering in
maiestv before them, piercing tho blue
of tho empyrean with its shaft of glitter
ing white. They agreed that never be
fore had n more beautiful and inspiring
sight met their eyes.
"I suppose," at length remarked tho
gentleman,, smiling, "that the mountain
has a peculiar interest to me from the
fact that my nauio is Pike."
"Naturally it would," returned tho
lady, "and I may say that my own en
thusiasm is greatly duo to tho fact that
my name is Peak." and it was. Lowell
Uo 11 ml It All.
"Why do you kiss moon tho forehead,
Perseus?" murmured tho maiden. "A
kiss on the forehead denotes reverence
for the intellect, and you know I haven't
"1 know it, Andromeda," said the
sophomoro loftily, "but 1 er rever
ence what you have, you know." Chi
A Generous Man.
Tramp I Did he give you anything?
Tramp II Yep.
Tramp I Shell out. then. You prom
ised to divvy. ,
Tramp II You can havo it nil. Ho
gavo mo tho address of the town soup
kitchen. Harper's Bazar.
Enough to Go Hound.
Tom I say, Bob, aro you superstitious
about dining with thirteen at table?
Bob That depends
Tom Depends upon what?
Bob Tho dinner. Puck.
An Unltiiul Aiinllriitlou.
Mr. Hal ton (resignedly) All flesh is
grass, my dear.
Mrs. H. Well, don't you think you'd
better got yourself n lawn mower? New
York World. '
Not Heady to I Jo ricked.
"Well, pick your own time for it,"
"But the time isn't ripe yet." New
A Narrow ISttcnpo.
Mrs. Jones (the second) to Mr. Joneu
Wilyum Dobson Jones, you needn't say
nuthingl Ef yer fust wifo hadn't a died
you'd a been a bigermistl Light.
Written hy Our Iimuno Contributor.
Mary had a Ilttla lamb,
And ho as wondrous w lse,
And oi ery where that JIary went
He FCratehed out both his eyes.
Ha followed hur to school ono day,
With ill his might and main;
It nmd'j tho children laugh and play,
Bo h) scratched them in again.
And when he found his eyes werojout,
Whloh was agalnbt the rule,
lie Juuipwl into another hush
To we the lamb at bcliool.
Ilo IVuh Iloldliitf tho Ilea.
An amusing Incidont happened one
day lust Bummer nt a farm house In ono
of tho Interior counties of this state,
Tho farmor had n houseful of summer
boarders, aud ono morning ho was busily
onguged iu killing chickens for dinner.
Just as he was about to decapitate un
old black hen tho house was discovered
to bo on fire, und a scene of confusion
Immediately ensued. Tho farmer rushed
aimlessly about In nil directions, holding
tho hen under his arm ami doing nothing
toward unfitting Iu putting out the
tltuiuyi. At last hia wifo caught tight vt
him m in ww twwtrtf Mmt, amUnijt
Inj? tip lolrtm wml t taw W l
dill trot Itwp W irnimii win ,'"""
lug nt Hot mm iwothmmiiwiu ho
clnllutMi . ,
"Why, Mdrtw. how wn p nuy
Miliar? Aln'l 1 lroNIng om maoK
htuf-Ntw Ymlt Trilmne.
A I'rnitlmtii 'tiln.
Mr. Hector do Ham, tho celebrated
performer mi the harmonica, Invents a
novel design for an instrument, anil
thereby creates a decided sensation at
his musical recitals. Harper's Bazar,
End Man Bruddcr Billungs, does you
know t'uddur night on do street kynh I
Middle Man An' rodo by whnh you
got off, 1 reckon?
"No; I fell no hard it woko mo up right
And then tho banjo twanged, and the
tamborino wont turn turn, and all tho
pooplo shouted themselves hoarse with
laughter. Harper's Bazar.
Wifo For mercy sake, if you must
smoke, smoke cigars, and not thnt hor
Husband I smoko a pipo for tho sake
"Do yon smoko a pipo in your office?"
"No-o, i smoko cigars thero."
"Well, you smoko your pipo there,
and tell tho firm it's for tho sake of econ
omy. They'll soon raise your salary."
New York Weekly.
Mrs. Youngbrido Please have every
gas burner in the house lighted, will
Mr. Youngbrido Isn't it rather an un
necessary extravagance, darling?
Mrs. Youngbrido Not at all. I find
thero is a discount on gas bills paid bo
foro thotwolftli, and wo must run vp a
big gas bill so as to got a nice, big dis
count. Ameri ca.
Pcrsiflnso In tho Void.
"I'm no coward," said tho Earth.
"No; but you havo two great fears,'
observed fcho Sun hotly.
"You'vo forgotten tho atmosphere,"
put in tho Moon. And tho Comet
wagged hia tail with joy. Now York
Mrs. Staggers Who was that man
who called on you a whilo ago?
Staggers That man bears a hard name,
"Indeed! What hu3 ho done?"
"Done? Nothing. I spoke of his name
mciely. It ia Stone." Yenowiuo's News
An Axlrtclutlvo listener.
Mrs. De Fashion (reprovingly) My
dear, you shouldn't lie back in your seat
and yawn liko that at a public concert.
Mr. Do Fashion (sleepily) That's all
right, my dear. Thoy'ro playing Men
delssohn's "Slumber Song" now. Street
& Smith's Good News.
Why Smith Was Niiiiciii!rl.
Teachor (at high school) Smith, ti fool
can ask a question that ton wiso men
Smith Then I suppose that'a why so
many of n t are not prepared to make a
good recit ilinu in this class: Lawrence
A Hard r.low.
Reporter 1 understand one of ;mr
guests suicided last night.
Hotel Clerk Yes.
Reporter Blow out his brains? v
Clerk No; tho gas. Washington Star.
lli'iiril In it Hoarding fictii-oi.
Chicago Girl (referring to tho novel
sho is reading) It fairly hr.j-ow my
soul I f
Boston Girl What a prospect for a
largo corn crop! Now York Herald.
"I havo mot the best tennis players in
tho land, but I've nover been beaten,"
"How wonderful I Why don't you en
ter the tournament?"
"1 nover play." -Harper's Bazar.
Thill, If KotllillR liltc.
Graves I should liko to get your opin
ion on tho question. "Is lifo worth liv
ing?" Merrinian That's nil lifo is good for,"
I think. Lowell Citizen.
Otorntiietl Ills Time.
Mr. Dreary now early it gots late
these October evenings.
Miss Weary Yes, indeed. It cornea
time to go homo long beforo you realize
It. West Slioro,
Tho Good Hoy's llewanl. .
First Boy Whore did y' got
Second Boy Th' teacher guv it to mo
for boin' a good boy all day yostulay.
"What ye goin' t' do wif it?"
"Buy some sulphur t' drop down th'
register." Street & Smith's Good Nows.
"That's a tin cint cigar I'm smoking,"
said a department clerk in roply to some
unkind remarks that had beeu made.
"Yoh might call it a seventeen or
eighteen scent cigar without running up
against any contradiction from mo," was
tho reply. Washington Post.
The Dt-iir Olrls.
Ethol (romniiticnlly) It makes mo
feel sad to see the trees losing their
beauty as the days go by,
Maud You havo a sort of follow feel
ing for them, I suppose, Munsoy's
Mru. P. Kay (milling) Bona your hus
band over eh) p iu chiiicli?
Mrs. 1). Lane Well, I hardly know
what to luiswur, I tull him ho duivt, and
Uo dochirua ho doesn't. Lowell dtkui.
Hurt (oid Flro Innnrnnco Co.
Anfrlo" Nevada Ainuranco Corporation
(Fire tmd Marine)
Capital, paid up, $2,000,000
Thamps.t Mor.oy Marine Ins Co
AbboU ,0 1 24,057
Now York Life Insurance Co.
Asvt. $lv6.0ft3 GOit.OG
Uciieiiti At.N'111 lis
CASTLE & COOKE
General Wlerchandise !
Life. JFire & Marine
1. :! "ON 't Will n I 1 11,.
WMNER & GO.
tlnimrnotm-Iii;; .Si m-l erp.
NO. ! POUT HTltldfeyX'.
Constantly on hand a largo assortment
of cvmy description of Jewelry, Watches
Gold nml Silver Plated Ware, &c.
A. G. SILVA,
fir. it r.7, Hotel Street.
iBt- Kino Upholstering
.111 110 16-Gm
U OWJf LEGUOKNS!
iHOWN Leghorn Cocke
J rels for saie. guaranteed
thoroughbred. Address "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," Ka
piolaui Park; Mutual Telc
j'KOJI this date Mr. Win. LMmian
L will sign our It . lit name by pio-
g w. m ac v 1 c ( 1 a;n K ,v. CO.,
Honolulu, Nov. 'J.""). 1.-D0. 71!) tl
Fiom and after this date we
will not be responsible for any
freight after suae has been
lauded. Parties Io rtkoui
height is consigned niiil beat
the lauding to urehc llieir
WIhl)i;U"S S f't
Honolulu. Sept. . ,XU li.'fil II
1.1. clmin, nits Io lots t Kapiolaui
l'.uk, i-itii.ite between Hie. point-.
If ! iw (.pcolllfd. iiioln-ieiiy ri quested to
ex ithit Ihi'ii lean's or evidences of such
i ihhip, to the tinilei sinned at once,
i'l ,i tier Io proveiil ihu ill-piiMil of said
IiIjt Io pie-onl applii-inii-, vi.:
I.-I - -ilu. ile on niauka main avenue bc
Unen tlio pienii-esoceuiii'd by .las.
Diuld and the piopetty and home
aii'.nl of .lames Campbell. Num-bi-ted
on Park map from So to 8!)
2d Situate on m.ikal main avenue be
tween Ihu premises and homestead
foi met ly occupied by G. W.Mac
far ano and tho property of James
I'aiuphell. Numbered on Park map
from !)l) to 100 Inclusive.
Ry mder of.the Iloaid of Dlicctors.
W. M. GIFFARD,
See.'y Kapiolaui Paik Asso.
J UriT RECEIVED !
ivIRKOTfroni Egypt, a consignment
of Dubec, (;oussis & Uo.'s Gen-
Ltiluo Kgvptlau Cigarettes, made from
the choicest Turkish tobaccos. The
above brand is the cigarette of Europe
anil ihe Continent. Try a sample.
Wholesale orders filled. For sale at
California Fruit Market.
P. G. CAMARINOS,
Agent for tlio Hawaiian Islands.
liEAD THIS !
1?OR overy 150 Hawaiian or other
. Paullle Islands' Htainps received, I
wl'l post four I ngllsli illustrated papuih
pur week for a mouth, or will send one
of the latest English, Fiuuch, German
or Spanish novels, Stumps of other
countries sent in exchange for those of
Hawaii. All milliner of ai tides sent In
exchange for used postage stamps ami
postcaius 11111101- special arrangements
JULIUS T. ASHTON,
Importer, Wllliiiigtou, Nr. Manches
ter, England. TliOlin
NOTICE to AltOIl ITEOTS I
G BOUND and Elevation Plans for a
Sallois' Homo Building to bo
elected on the tjltu 8 K. coiner of Ala
kea anil llalekaulla streets, 1!I2 ft. on
Alakea street, and t)0 ft. frontage res
pectively, mo asked fur, to bo handed
iu to the iimleislgiied on or beforo Feb
ruary 1, IHU1.
A pi l.o of l0() will bo uwiudod for
the best plan mid a pii.j of 8&0 for the
htuaiiul hc4l plan siihiiiltled.
Ccir For puitliHiliiM apply to
8. M. DAMON.
I7IW OomwUtoe. I aiUU oci-i-w-iy cil
Waterhouse's No. 10 Store
11AVU JUST Ol'KNHl) urr A J.AIIOK ASSOIlTMENT OK
TOYS & NOVELTIES
SUlTADLli KOItTIII-; HOLIDAY TltAl)K, COMPULSING
Hand Painted Novelties Traveling
C118O8, Tolltit. & Nniolwu,'H Seta,
EDISON'S TALKING DOLLS,
Anil Dolls of every olliei description. Also, n flue lino of
Children's Books, Mew Games,
VELOCIPEDES, CA11TS, WAGONS,
HICYCLES, MECHANICAL TOYS,
DOLL CARRIAGES, ROCKING HOUSES,
Sofa Gull io HI & Satins, Toys for ill Million.
LADY OF THE PERIOD
Telephones, No. 111).-
Husfaoe, King Street.
Having leased tho stoics in tlio biie.k building known as tho
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite tho old stand, and having disposed
i.f that put lion of my stock damaged by the Into lite, and being
in leceipLof Now Goods per last ijteanier, and nunc on tlio way, I
am prepared to fill all urders as before. Thanking the public for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven years, I
hope by prompt attention to all oiders to merit a continuance of the
same. At the now stand shall be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as nitty II nil it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
-J.IU. -T . -.-
LEWIS & CO.,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamer of the O. S. S. Co. from California fresh Calafornia Roll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, l'ish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete line of Crosse & BlackwelPs fc J. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods always on hand. Also, just received a fresh line of German
Pates si nd Pottid Meats and JUottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon, New Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cio.im Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Eiversido
Oranges, Oiegmi Burhauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.
- j LtiwiVs ofcion Guaranteed.
iranite, iron ana Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
tf ATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TO, COPPER AND
93 .iShftttT Iron Work.
Telephones, No. 175.-
UNION FEED CO..
OFFER AT" BED ROCK PRICES '
CALIFORNIA HAY, OATH, HRAN,
OIL OAKU iMHL, LINBEED MEAL,
BARLEY, ROLLED BARLEY,
MIDDLING GltOUND BARLEY,
WHEAT AND CORN FLOUR.
PLOUIt l3TAHa, Cjoklou Guto & Salliios-R FjLOUK
P, O. Box HO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feei
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
"Now Goods received by ovory packet from Eastern Slates and Europe,
Fresh California Produce by (ivory Steamer, All oideis faithfully iittiimlPd
to and Goods doHvuiod to any pint of tho city free of charge. Island oiders
1 solicited. HiitlsfnoUon guarautcod.
OII.VNGE of KliKIDENOE
Hub removed from Fort street to Ro-
bullo Lane, Piilaiua
Oi'i'iun Huuiis: li a. si. to l'J m, and B
l. u, to U I', tl.
Mutual 608-tiftlELEPilONESjtirBell 476
-P. O. Hox 1172.
-P. O. Box 297.
Ill Fort Street,
Cor, Edinburg i& Queen Ss.
Telephono No, 92.
A. II. IIA8EMANN,
Book-b noV, Faperrulet & Blunk
bo k Mnufaiturer.