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Ocoailc laiislni Cow.
From San Franolsoo.
Leave Duo at
, S. F. Honolulu
Alameda .. .. Deo 13 Deo 20
For San Francisco.
Lcavo Duo nt
ZenlamHa Dec 21 ... Jan 10
Australian Sail Service
FOIt SAN VKANUISCO,
The Now and Flno Al Slecl Steamship
01 the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about p
Jan. 10, 1891.
And will lea o for the above port with
malls and passengers on or-
about that dale.
8" For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IEWIN & CO.. I'd,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamstu
a i a
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Dec. 20, 1890.
And will have piompt dispatch with
malls and paonger; for
the abose poits.
f for freight or pasMige. having
uperlor accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN & CO.. I'd,
1 .74 King St.
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO KENT.
PR A Y M E N .
All orders for cartage promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
Of good in transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to sultat lowest prices.
tOT Ofkicb: Next door to Jus. F.
Morgan's auction loom.
Mutual 19 -aTELEPHONESfiSy Bell 414
81 KINO hTKKKT,
J. WALLER, - Managor
Wbolwnle & Uelall Butcben
NA VY OON'fltAOTOJItt.
The tftut Lunoli In Town,
Toa and Oolfoo at 111 Uoun
Tiu Fltiurl llruinj ijf
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,OF THF. -
i TTI P ''
To be held on their Range,
hnulki, King stteet,
On THURSDAY, Jan. 1, 1891,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP.
Valued at $100. for the highest aggie
gate score in matches Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
to become tho irnpoitvof the marUs
nmn ulnniiii: it ilnce times at the icgii
l.ir meetings of the II. It. A.
Won July r, 18S0, by J. Iirodie, M. D.
Won .liimtury 1. 1887, bv m. Unger.
Won July 2J, 1887, by J. G. Kothwell.
Won January 2, 1SS8. by C. 11 Wilson.
Won uly 4, 1888. by F. Hustace.
on Jauuaiy 1, 1S80, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1880, by J. G. Kothwell.
Won Jan 1, 18!H by (J. B. Wilson.
I. THE BRODIE MEDAL.
1st prize CuppieaentedbyJ. Broil le,
Sad prize Gold Pin presented by
M s. O. II. Nicholl.
Conditions of the mutch : Open to all
members of the Association. 1st and
2nd piizes to become the pioperty of the
maiksincu winning them three tipies at
the regular meetings of the 11. 11. A.
I list nice, 200 ynid; rounds, 10; any
milltaiy lille under the ndes; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, $1.
Won Jan. 1, lS'JO, by J. II. Fi-her.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 100; also, a second prize
of 85; tbiid piize, !j.'2.f0. Conditions:
Open to all coiners; to become tho pio
ptity of the maiksmaii'w inning it three
times nt the regular meeting of tho II.
It. A.; 2 stiings of 10 shots each at COO
yard ranges; any military rifle under
the mlos; limited to one cutty foreacli
competitor. Eutiancc fee, 81.
Won July 5, SsG. by J. Biodic, M.D.
Won lanuary i, 1887, by W C. Klug.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. G. Kothwell.
Won Jauuaiy 2, 1888, by W. C. King.
Won Julv 4. 1888, by K. Hustace.
Won .laiiuaiy 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 18S9, by J. G. Kothwell.
Won Jan. 1, lb90, by O. B. Wilson.
III. II. K. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 150. Competitors limited
to membcis of the Association. Condi
tions: For tho highest aggregate scoie
at 200 and fiOO yaids; 10 louuds at each
distance; any militaiy rille uuder the
lilies; to become tho piopeity ot the
tn.uksman winning it three times nt
regular meetings of thcll.lt. A. En
trance fee, SI.
Won July 4, 18o0, by W. E. Wall.
Won Jan. 1, 18110, by F. llusUce.
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To be worn
by the wiuiici until hiX score is beaten
at any regular meeting of the II. R. A.
Limited to membcis of the Association;
lOioundsat COO and COO yaids. En
tiance fee, St.
Won Julj 4, 1888, by J. G. Kothwell.
Won J.inuuy 2(i, 1880, by Lieut.
A-he, II. B M. S. Uwieinth
Won July 4. 1889. by J. W. Piatt.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Piescutedby Hon J. A. CuiniuinsH
2nd pilo$2.G0. To Ue shot-for nt 200
and COO yaids. 10 bhots at each dis
tance. Open to mcmbeis who have
never won u first class pilzo. To be
come the pioperty of the marksman
winning it thiec times. Entrance fee,
Won January 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
M on July 4. 1889, by C. Hustace, Jr.
Won Jan. 1, 18U0, by 11. W. Peck.
VI. DIRECTOR'S CUP.
Presented by tho Boiud of Dliectors
of 1891. Open only to membcis of tho
II. It. A., who have never made a re
cord of over 75 per cent, in any regular
cgiopetition; to become tho piopeity of
tho murksumu wining it' three times.
Distance, 200 yds; rounds 10; Military
title; limited to one entry to each com
petitor. Enhance fee, 81.
VII. POOL TARGET.- (8 inch
200 yards. Open to nil comers. Any
rille. Unlimited enti lee. Noh.iiroi set
diggers or telescopic sights allowed.
Tickets, 50 cents each; entitling holder
to lire 5 shots at this tin get. 75 percent
of total receipts In this match to be
a wauled pro rata to total number of
VIII. PISTOL POOL TARGET.
(& ittuli bnllH-oyo),
fiOyuids. Open to all comets. All
plMols or lovolvor not less than 32
calibre allowed Ticket, 50 cents
each; entitling lioldctn to Hie 5 bhots at
this laigt't, 76 pott-out of total receipts
In thU piutcli (o bo awarded pro rata lo
toial number of liulu-eyeii,
IX. CITIZEN'S MATOH,
hoini) VL'iy valuable piiex, and it
pile for oveijbody, Any llllw; 10
(omul; illtiiiii'f,2(Wyiinlii. No luilror
ml lilggoi or tui).eoiiuidglil allowed,
IJiliin. iiiillinlleil, J'niiiiiii'it feu, b,
All imunbi'inif lint Aoclatloii who
Iiim Hindu nvti bi) jmr I'niit, nt any gi'ii'
ii nl iiniKiliig n( Din . Jt. A. will uol Imi
iillmwl to 1'iiiiiiinlii,
Mo uiilily will ni niailii 'bufoio Ilia
iluj o I hu niuli'li, nild peicnii l
hoot iiuwirilmr lo Ijio niiiubuniii lliulr
tJuiiiinltli-u oil L!llluil' l'llni
J h. nupm,
i . r .v. f-v v -?
They llnlti Hnnri'it.
Hotel Clerk Good morning, coloneh
how did you deep?
Colonel I did aleep some, I suppose,
but I wm nwake most of the night lis
tening to tho snoring of the tnun in the
nest room, llo la a good one nt it. Ho
makes tuoro noise than u steam whistlo.
Another gentleman nppioaches.
Hbtel Clerk Good morning, major,
how did you sleep?
Mnjor 1 got nsleep occasionally dur
ing tho night, but theio was n fellow Ih
tlio ncjct room to mo who snored na if he
was filling a contract to saw fortvcords
of-tfbod beforo daylight. At least that
is tho way It sounded.
Colonel That's just what 1 had to lis
ten to all night long. What Is tho num
ber of your room?
Mnjor No. S3. What Is tho numbor
Colonel And mlno is No. 23.
Tableau. Texas Slftlnga.
A Dellcnto Knr.
It is remarkablo to what nn extent re
finement may bo carried. There is In
this city young man who eata crushed
violets and wears azure neckties every
timo ho feels nn attack of the blues ap
proaching. Tho other evening ho awoko
in tho middle of the night, and rousing
bis room mato said:
"This is simply agonizing."
"What is tho tnntter?"
"Thoso two mosquitoes that aro sing
ing in tho room."
"Well, what do yon caro so long as
they don't bito you?"
"They nro not singing in harmony."
Two Impol tunl Purchase.
"Cyrus, 1 want you to go down town
with mo. I want to pick out a new neck
tlo for you."
"Have we time enough beforo the
shops close, Emily?" replied the capital
ist, consulting his watch.
"Yes, if wo hurry It's only n little
after 1 o'clock."
"All right, my dear. Go and get
ready. I've got to stop around the cor
ner and buy n rnllroad. I'll bo back in
ten minutes." Chicago Tribune.
Mrs. Baggs (nmrried five years) Why,
Mrs.jSaggs. what in the world nre you
sobbing so ahout? Has anything gone
Mrs. Suggs (married eight years) Oh,
Mrs. Baggs (sob), I can't help it (sob),
but my heart la almost broken (sob).
My husband kissed me so affectionately
when he went away this morning (sob)
that 1 can't help boing afraid ho is going
tb do something wrong. Somervillo
Jones had invited n friend to dinner,
and asked him to carve a chicken that
was placed beforo him. His guest set to
work with a good wiU, but after a deal
of muscular eserciso was compelled to
acknowledge himself bea.ten.
"Wherein the name of leather did you
get that biid?"
"Dunno," replied tho host, "unless it
should prove to be the offspring of some
hard boiled egg." Judge.
A. I need n
hundred dollars, nnd 1
need them bad.
Can't you let me have
B. Of courso I can let you have it,
but not all at once. Come lo mo on tho
first of every month, when I draw my
wages, and Pll, let you havo a dime.
Hat Dltl He Get It Hack?
Dealer (to customer) A man camo in
hero awhile ago. seized a coat, vest and
trousers, and ran away with them
Customer What did yon do?
"I followed suit." Munsey's Weekly.
Two Much for One.
"You had bettor get two thermome
"What can wo do witli two?"
"Oh, we may need 'em. Jt gets pret
ty hot hero sometimes." Puck.
l'ullcd tu Suit.
"My motto, sir. is 'Never K.Ty die.
And it's a good ono, don't you think?"
"Well. I don't think so."
"Indeed I Who arc you?"
"I'm a funeral director." Judge?
One Way or I'utttni; It.
"Judge." said tho prisoner, who had
robbed an art store, in a pleading tone,
"there ain't any law to. prevent a man's
takin' photograplis. is there?" Washing
ton Post. ;
rrobttblyu Deaf Slut a.
Oftlcer.(to dime museum Indian)
Whut attraction havo they got Inside,
O'Rafforty. tliut U drawing feuch a
Indian O'Rufforty Shoro it'a a man
who niver exprUsod uri opinion whether
ICemmler BiifTorod any beforo he filed,
llo ia tho only man of tho kind there U
lift. Toxua Hlftliiga.
After lUo llmiu)imioii,
Ho (bitterly) You know nothing,
Bho (sweetly) I know you prutty we'll,
don't nUwmy'a Weekly.
A nEMARKADLE CASE,
Woinlt'ifiil l'liuiigu IVruiiglil
Hun I')' IIiiiiioU Air,
Hliu l'iimiu from JMrolt, Mich,, unJ
lier great inldu win In being mi Invalid,
Ulie oH nu ojinoit unity In itutjng huH
iijo cuiiitt io piiwiufcom to pujujigfuio
Hhoflhl iiotJlNltntw I') pliler Into u um
ypjuutlon wllli imypviyii lpj puinuln
amtitot will), fli'i'lf wh'luu-uliniulo'
luminal or li)MnWnjii) -tutu valid, And
NoMinDiu niuid lluiil Ilium wf lylniit
IWIlMllilllvii, llui uimviwmi) Will HI
wu)$inviMt liy Kip liiliiMluuior J
Cotrik hero ttir your IrffilthT bhd thu
nudresscd n stalwart, ruddy visligod
young man at tho dinner table of tho
hotel, and tho following dtaloguo on
"Yea, madams I camo lioro probably
tho weakest person you over 6a w. 1 liad
no uso of my limbs In fact, my bones
woro little tougher thnn cnrtllaitcs. I
had no intolligont control of n slnglo J
muscio nor tuo uro or a Rtngio faculty."
"Good graciousl" excltdmcd tho as
tonished auditor; "and yon lived?"
"I did, madam, although 1 was do
void of sight, was nbxolntely toothless,
unablo to articulnto a Blnglo word, and
dependent upon others for everything,
being completely deprived of nil power
to help myself. 1 commonced to cain
Immediately upon my arrival, nnd havo
scarcely experioncod n siok dnyelnco;
honco I can conscientiously recommend
"A wonderful enrol" said tho lady.
"But do you thlnlc your lungs woro af
fected?" "They were probably sound, but pos
sessed of so littlo vitality that, but for
tho most careful nursing, they must
havo ceased their functions."
"I hojio you found kind friends, sir."
"Indeed I did, madam; it is to them
and tho puro air of Minnesota that I owo
myJifo.. My father's family woro with
me, but unfortunately my mother was
prostrated with n severe illness during
tho timo of my great weakness."
"How sad I Pray what were your diet
"My diet was tho simplest possiblo,
consisting onlyof milk that boing tho
only food my system would bear. Ajj
for treatment, I depended entirely upon
tho lifo giving properties of Minnesota
air, and took no medicino except an oc
casional light narcotic when very rest
less.' My improvement dated from my
arrival. My limbs soon 'became strong,
ufy tight nnd voice camo to mo slowly,
and n full set of teeth, regular and firm,
"Remarkable miraculous) Surely,
sir, you must havo been greatly reduced
"Madam, I weighed but nine pounds
I was born in Minnesota. Good day,"
Now York Fireside Companion.
A Way Out of It.
Juggs Sandy, how mush do I
"Zounds, that's badl"
"Because thirteen is such an unlucky
number, and you may not got it. But I
seo a way out of it."
"Lend mo $-1 moro. That will moke
it $17, and soven, you know, is a lucky
number." Dansvillo Breeze.
no Won't Ue Kunny Again.
. "I say, landlord," remarked a stran
ger as ho entered the hotel In a small
town in Ohio, "what's the prico of one
of the best rooms you got?"
"Well, stranger," remarked tho land
lord, "1 can giv.o you my best room to
night for fifty cents, and she's a dalsyl"
Then ho added, rather facetiously, "But
if you sleep with them muddy boots on,
why, it'll cost you twenty-five cents ex
try." Tho following morning, the landlord
being absent, the stranger paid" his bill
to tho landlady, and continued on his
"John," said tho landlady, when her
husband camo in, "here's seventy-five
cents a man left for his room."
"Great heavens!" shouted th'e land
lord; "seventy-five cents?"
"That's exactly what I said seventy
Three steps took him to the room on
the landing above.
"Well" gloomily "that's for trying
to be tunny. It'll cost mo about a five
dollar bill." Harper's Bazar.
It Wus Their Hone moon.
Intruder Excuse me, sir, but I sup
pose these grounds are open to the pub
lic. Will Marigold No they belong to
the Highprice hotel.
Intruder Indeed! I was wutching you
through the gato, and 1 thought this
must bo tho lunatic asylum. MunBey's
An Incident of the lla.obull Suaon.
Penignant Old Gentleman Now, I
wonder what thoso two littlo chaps can
find so interesting In thufnowupuper.
Innocent littlo fellows! I suppose they
are trying to unravel' omo knotty
OlWtiilUv JlllMMI'llt Ab, Myl wlit
doicr wwiiU In yi'f Irylii' r mw1
DliJn'i jft-r Um mi ilii Nvry yorlm? Oo
uij nirvJiiiiMMdutdliuw dj I'll Imimrn
ih law iH yiflmArijwy,
'vil'lliluti' ' ii'iii'ifi t-jX
w -4 -y
mm &Joiay Gifts!
I havo just received a large asortmcnt
of Now Goods 8iiltablo.tpr weildlne ami
holiday gifts, consisting of the follow
ing, viz I
In nil stiles and qualities;
In the noweet patterns;
Afton.oon Tea Cloths,
In Silk & Linen,
Fancy Linon Cloth in Bets,
DamasK Table Cloths,
Iu all sizes with Napkins to match
design, etc., etc., etc.
C?r These Goods nie nil Impoitcd by
me direct from tho manufacturers and
are guaranteed to give satisfaction to
w. c. sPBtoui.r,.
Hartfotd Fire Insurance Co.
Anglo-Nevada Assurance Corporation
Capital,' paid up, $2,000,000
Thames & Mor.ey Marine In. Co
Assets $6 124 ''57
New York Life Insurance Co.
As3.t. $lt 5 063 60 ,06
O O. UKK(
CASTLE & COOKE.
DEAl Kl:t IN
Cener.al fifter .hancl'ijc '
Fire & KKnno
NT i f.i 'i
'-' LiVi Si V iX
ISnil'ifx' ii Uia .) m I,,-..
-. . !a l-'OU'I- 81 ItHWT.
CanstJintiy on hand a large ussortment
f ei'iy description of Jcweliy. Watches
Gold Hiul Silver I lated Ware, fcc.
A. G. SILYA,
55 & 57, Hotel Street.
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
tcfir Flue Upholstering nnd Bedding
a specialty June lG-Gm
Irom and after this date we
will not bo renpoin-lblo for nny
ftelght nfter same has been
lauded. Parties to whom
fi eight Is coiiBlgncd must be at
the binding to rccelvo their
WILDER'S S. S. Co.
Honolulu. Sept. 6. 1800. (150 tf
READ THIS T
I?OR every KiO Hawaiian or other
? 1'aultlu Islands' Mumps leculved, I
will post four i ngllsh lilnfir.itc'd papou
per week for a uioiiih, or will send ono
oi tuo lairst j'.ugiisn, fieiieu, uuiiuiiii
or hpunlilt novuU, KtmiipK of other
couiitileg Mint In exchange fur (lane of
liuu'alt, All manlier of unlolwnuut In
exehaiigii for uied postage fliniiiis ami
noktouidn under NpLuiul iiiniiigeiiiuiit.
Impoilor, Wlililngton, Nr, Mnw)i'r
ter, ICnglmid, TiloJm
NOTIOIS to AKOJIITJ5CTH I
rtUOVKU urn) Kleviilloii
I'Iiiiih for a
ritlloi . Iluiiiu 111111111111! in hit
i'11'i.'ieil nn Hiu lo H V luinier.i' Alu
Lmi iiml lluli'liuiillu Mtnl, liW H mi
.luiliiui MiMi und fit fl( liniiiagn c.
iiei'ilvcly. hiu a hi i'd (nr, in bu lniinlml
III n Hiu iiiiiliiiii on or hiluiv Full,
fiuiy I, I nl
4 i(-u nf 9KUH will lie muumIuiI for
lliu lit') plun Mini u iii'ii tif MJ for lliu
Mwmn) lii plun ijIiiiiiIi d,
m' 'il'PHiliuiiiiiiiil) in
V, a. rji'Aj;ir,H,
HAVE JUST Ol'KNISD OIT A
TOYS & NOVELTIES
SUITABLE VOH THE HOLIDAY TRADE, COMPOSING
Hand Painted Novelties Traveling
Cjiboh, Toilet & Sftnol cr's SelH,
EDISOI'u TALKING- DOL,
And Dolls of every olhci description. Also, a fino llno'of
Children's Books, f?ew Cam. s,
VELOCIPEDES, CARTS, WAGONS,
BIL'YCLES, RIE( IIAMCALTOYS,
DOLL CARRIAGES, ROCKING HORSES,
Sofa CMiou m SI k Mm, Toys for Hie Sillloii.
THE MECHANICAL TOY
Telephones, No. 119.-
Chas. Iksstace, King Slreel.
Having leased thu stoic.i in the brick building known as tho
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old aland, and having dixpoecd
of that poition of my stock daniagcd by the Intu lire, and being
in receipt of New Goods per lasi steuinei, and more on tl o way, I
am prepared to till all tiideis lib bi'foie. Thanking the ublic for
the liberal patronago bcbtuwcd on mo lor the past sven yenrc, I
hope by prompt utlcnlion to nil oiders toinciita coiitinu.uico of the
biinie. At the new stanit shall bo pleased to j-ce all my old cut,
toincrs, and as many now ones as may find it to thoii advantage to
cull." Island otdors bolicitcd and faithfully oxicutcd.
LEWIS & CO.,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamer of the O. S. S. Co. from California fresh Calufornia Roll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruitc, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete line of Crosse & BlaekwclFs & J. T. MoitonVCanncd
& Bottled Goods always on band. Ako, jiibt received u fresh lino of German
Pates nnd Potted Meats and Bottled l'i evened Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Biand Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon, Now Bieakfust Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Orangcb, Oiegon Builiauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.
JB 1tTvH n 111 ih r iff iifaiiiini m irrnii
BBSsil' IS Si i
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
MATER IPE and. RUBBER HOSE,
- House Keeping Goods,
PLITMBIMG, TIKt GOPiEE AND
h w-het Iron Work
Teleplionce, No, 175.-
-OFFER AT HED
CALIFORNIA IJAY, OATS, IJItAN,
OIL CAKE ME L, LINSEED MEAL,
MAULEY, ROLLED HARLEY,
MIDDLING GROUND BARLEY,
WHEAT AND CORN
PLOUK tZTMUu Golden
V. 0. Box 115. JtfSSW-
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Grocerie., Provisions and Feed,
EAST L'OliNKH I'OKT
rtoy ijpoiin rm ivtil l
(Ivtil by oiuy
I'iii.Ii (hilifiiiiiiii Pruiliirn
Ui tunl (ioo'l ibdhi'Mil In nny pail id
riilii'lii'il HalMin'H'iii gintiiiiiiii'il
OMAMJI'; nl' KhhlMlvM h
(l ll'IIKHI'd llllll Pull Mlllllj lo lo-
laijln iii'. I'mIiiiiiii
0ll! IIIHI l. Iu H , Hipj
, w,i yew,
No. 10 Store
LAltQE ASSORTMENT OF
1 O. Box 372.
-F. O. Box 207.
Ill Foit Street,
and Tm W are
-Cor. Edinburg &. Queen Sts.
Onto & Salinas-a
-Tclupliono No. 02,
clftTYRE & BHO.,
AND KINO KTHKKTS,
iniil.il iiiiiii l.arlini hihIck iiiuI Kuiiipc.
Ati'jiiinr, All mili'io fiiilifnly Httiiiikil
tlic nil) fne u( uliiiign,
in tui iniiiim
A. II. UtoitiMASn,
BfioK-Ji uijfr, lttjiriijai 4c MJfiiikf