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BY AUTHORITY. j
i Sec. t of Chan-
j itos, are here-
-t:..jdU. er rates for
mending 1802, will
and payable at ,. 'dice of thu
..... Wator Works on tho first
of Janttnry, 1892.
11 siioli rates remaining unpaid for
con dnys uflor they nrc due will be
sv jee" lo tin additional 10 per cent.
, Utiles paynblo at the i.llicc of
tllo Water Works i the Knpuaiwa
btiildfnu. JOir J. WHITE,
Sunt, lloi . Water Woiks.
.Honolulu, i-1 t , 1801.
Honolulu, H.I., Dee. 2, 1S0J.
Holders of water privileges, or tlno
paying water rales, aie lioieby noti
fied that the bonis for uting wutei foi
Irrigation purposes aie from 0 lo 8
o'clock a. .m., and -1 to i o'clock i m.
until fiuther notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu W atcr Works.
n.. N. Sl'ENCT.R,
Minister of the Inteiior.
I- XI .12
Pleitccil to neither Sect nor -Party;
B-it established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JAN. 2, lS'Ji
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Six Chinese were arrested yester
day for gaining. Their trial has been
postponed till Wednesday.
Eight cases of dmnkenness weie
all that woie yielded by New Year's
Mn. J. W. McGuiro superintended
the grand illumination oi Mi Wilder's
house and giounds last night.
AnouT TiOO Chinese are expected to 1
arrive on the S. b. Kio Janeiro from
Hongkong, due hcie Janiiiu.. 0.
A oame biid known as a .luck or
Half Snipe was bhot at Waikele,
Oahu, the other day.,' The biid is on
exhibition in the Hawaiian News Co. V
Chaui.m: Peterson, the lookout at
" unond He'sid, rojiorted to this olliee
noon to-day: Very clour; wind
rtheasturly ; schooner Kaulilua oil'
Many of the lailway excursionists
yesterday wont to Ewa Mill and ex-
iressioiis of ama'.einent at the colos,-
1 bugur-making plant weie preva-
Vobtuguiisk charged with violal-
niage rules initiated tbi yeai's
1.V tribute to the Tieasury, by
jund guilty and sentenced to
kui.ixjuowa' laccoou attracted a
number of people to F. A. Sehaufer
it Co.'s stoio this morning. The ani
mal came by tho Irnig.nd yesterday.
It its quite tame.
Mns. Florence Williams, who gave
an intorubting seiius of lectin es heie
two or tlnee yeais ago, .mired again
by the Australia last week. She will
give ii eouise of lccliues beginning on
Jie 0th inst., particulars of which will
be published on Monday,
A I'ltivATK letter fium Japan says
.k, , jx is picvalentin many parU
of tfiut country. In view of the
steamer Yaniabhiio Maru's expected
arrival within a fortnight hence with
over a thousand Japanese iiiimi
grants, tho foregoing news should
Joieunn the Board of Health for any
.contingency of the disease being
brought by that vessel.
A NUMiiKH of people took the trip
over Pearl Harbor lochs in the eiiug
iron steamer Fiolic x.n Now Yuii'h
Day. This cruise is one xf the most
pleasant and invigot.iting mcvns of
jecreation yet provided by the enter
prise of tho Oahu Railway & Lanti
Co. Commodore Ashley is always
ready to aijvinge witli parlies wishing
vploio the pictiiiefcijtio land-lucked
, destined to be made tho piemier
ven of tho Pacific.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
The following passengers are book-
d to leave by the S S Australia, for
ii Francisco on Tuesday :
""apt E D Reid, Miss Cieighton,
C K Middleton, Mrs R W ,Mc-
ney and sun, J U Luther, Dr ,Ino
lio, 'A K' Meyers, .Mrs Wniitli and
.iter, A Haas, Miss Callemlen,
Ollvir mid wife, JJros William
Uuik', Mrs Tannei and daugh-
jbt Jiungo, Dr Anderson, Miss
nediut, F Walerhoiise, Miss H
lidding, J S I'ii in, W T Lockwood,
M Harney, Miss Jlarnoy and .Mrs
y VISTAS OF HAWAII.
Jti'ilui'lSoii In li'l'-.
Tho Paoifio Hardware Co. are in
structed to sell the book at 1 each,
the pictures at .75.
An allowance in books or pictures
will be umde to parties who have
paid the higher price llrst advertised.
GREAT SOCUL MR
Reception by Mr, and Mrs, W,
Comlmiotl Birthday, Houss-
wui'iiihig Jind New Yeav's
li'nirliill(iu of tile 3lniiMltii.-ljlNt ,ir
I lie ;ti'HlM.
A magnificent event was Mr. and
Mr. ,V. C. Wilder's reception at
their V.indsouie new house, Makiki,
last night. Although the family
h.uo been occupying the mansion
several months, several circum
stances made the postponement of
iho house-warming desirable. When
ihe dale was selected lor the event It
was one having a triple significance. W Smith, dipt and Mrs P P Shop
It was the initial holiday of the year ''herd, Mr and .Mrs T Koionson, the
and it was Mr. Wildct's lltty-sevenin
birthday, as well as the tciidcriuir
of the hospitalities of his beautiful
new home to society.
The reception opened at S o'clock
and the spacious rooms were soon
thronged. Mr. and Mrs. Wilder le
ceivcd the guests in tho parlor, their
sous Gaidncr K., Chauncey and
Charles beinir the ushers. Mr. Hugh
Gunn and .Miss Agnes Walker at
tended on the host and hostess, pre
senting guests when required with
accomplished grace. It was Miss
Walker's birthday too, and she was
congratulated by'thise in the seciet.
As the procession passed on it divid
ed into groups in the various rooms,
making a great buzz of seasonable
srreetinns and cheerful conversation.
Over an hour sped aloug with this
animated scene, while the Royal Ha
waiian Band played on the outside.
Dancing was next in older. A
large lanai roofed with iron, enclosed
wilh di apery ot Hugs, and tloored m
the n.ost tinished way, had been
erected on the north Uai.k ot the rear
wing for the ball. At every number
the llooi was thronged with dancers,
to whose light-tripping feet the
Royal Orchestra gave time and tune.
The scene was a truly entrancing
one, the gay dresses of dames and
damsels intermingling in bright re
lief with the sedate ecning apparel
of the old and young lords ot crea
tion, and here' and there the gold
lace and epaulets of Uncle Sam's
navy contributing their sheen to the
Tiieie was a pause in the revelry
at the middle of the program, when
the dining room was thrown open for
the bcivicc of refreshments. This
revealed an abundant and elegant
collation, covering a wide range of
line products oi the cuhnaiy ait,
from which the most eccentiic palate
or the most fitful appetite could not
fail to make an agieeable selection.
The feast was prepared under the
supervision of Steward Mariano of
the British Club, which is enough
said as to its superb quality. Coffee,
tea, lemonade, ice cream, sherbets
and cognate l elections supplemented
the mote solid factors of the ban
quet. When all appetites had been
demolished the dance was resumed,
closing with the end of 18S)2's first
Following is as near a complete
list as could be obtained of those
present at the reception and ball:
Miss L Atkinson, Mr A L C Atkin
son, Hon and Mrs W F Allen, Mr
Geo Allen, Dr and Mrs Andrews,
the Misses Afong (2), Mr W O At
water, Mr and Mrs W G Ashley, Mr
C W Ashford, Col V V A-hford, Mr
L C Abies.
Mr C Hosse, lion C R Bishop, Mi
ami Mrs F Riown, Mrs Bone, Miss
Holies, Mr and Mrs J F Brown, Mr
and airs G K Boardman, Mr and Mrs
Miilcloin Brown, Mr and Mrs Andrew
Brown, Hon and Mrs G C Buckley,
Dr Baldwin, .Mr and Mrs E F Bishop.
Gov A S Cloghorn, Mr and Mrs 15
Cartwright, air and Mrs C M Cooke,
Mr and Mrs G P Castle, Hon and
Mrs J O Carter, Mr J O Carter, jr.,
the Misses Carter (2), Mr and Mis
C Cre'ghton, Miss Creightou, Miss
May Cummins, Mr Tom Cummins,
Mr A J Campbell, Mr and Mrs C L
Crabbe, Miss L Ciabbe.
Mr and Mrs W W Dimond, Mi
ami Mrs John Dyer, Mr Harry Dav
idson, the Misses Davidson (2), Mr
and Mrs F Dodge, Mr and Mrs Henry
Davis, Miss Dora Dowsett.
; Ellis, Mr and Mrs C 11 El
diedgc, Mr ami Mrs J J Egan, Mi
ami Mrs A Elders, .Mr and Mrs J II
Fisher, Judge and Mis Win Foster,
Mrs W E Foster.
Mr and Mrs J A Oilman, Mrs II K
Glade, the Misses Glade (2), Mr and
Mis C T Gulick, Mr and Mis II
Gunn, Mr IS B Gilfaid, Dr M Gross
man, Mrs J Graham, Mv Win Gra
ham. Capt Houdleltc, Mr and Mrs F P
Hastings, Mr and Mrs J F Hackfeld,
Mr and .Mrs F M Hatch, Miss Ilci
bcrt, Mr E W Holdnnortli, Mr and
Mis J A Hopper, Mr and Airs W L
Hopper, Miss Hopper, MrChas Hall,
Mr and .Mrs M Hyiiian, Mr Jos Hy
inan, .Mr Oscar Ilerold, Majoi and
.Mrs II F Ilebbaid, Mr and .Mrs F
Iliislace, Miss Hare, Air Hough.
Hon and .Mrs W G Irwin.
Hon A F Judd, Mis IS W Jordan,
Mr J W Jones, Mr W A Johnston.
II R II Prince Kawananakoa, Miss
M Kinney, Miss Kaulfmau, Mr and
MrsTJ King, thoMisbts King (2J,
Air F Kruger.
Air S l.oiusson, Air and Airs D
Logan, Air and Airs R Lishman, .Mi
ami Airs W Lishman, Aliss Lehman,
Air mid Airs Fred Lowrey, Air mid
Mrs T F Lansing, Air and Airs J
Lucas, Dr and Mrs Lundy, Mr and
Mrs W ,) Lourie, Mrs Unvioy, (Jnpl
and Mrs Lorenzen.
lion K c Macfarlano, lion George
Maefarlanc, Mi and Mrs K W Mac
farlane, Mr (J W Macfarlane, Or W
T Monsarral, Mr II Mit, Miss Mist,
Mr and Mr Z K Meyers, Mr Carl
Mett, Mr K L Marshall, Mr and Mrs
,1 A Magoon, .Judge and Mrs Mc
Cully, Mrs .1 S MtUrew, Miss Mi-
Urevv, l)r ami Alts ll u Aiei.rew, iir
J I) Mnlnerny, Mr W II Melneiny,
Mr V Melinyro, the Misses Meln
lyro (2). Mrs Dr MoWaync, Mrs A
MeWaync, Mr and Mrs McCaudlesi,
Mr and Mrs K U McKtocker.
Hon and Mrs 1' Neumann. Dr and
Mrs Nichols Mi- Nvotien.
Mr and Mrs .1 M Oat, Mr V 15
Oat, Mr and Mrs Oliver.
Mrs J II l'aty, Mm I'atv, Mr W
C Parke, Mr (.; C Poller, Mr and Mrs
A P Peterson, Mr ami Mrs W Peter
son, Mr and Mrs II A Parmelee,
Miss Parmelee, Mr and Mrs J A
Palmer, Mr Paris, Mr Preston, Olll
cers of U S S l'etisacola.
Hon M P Kobinson, Mr AW Rich
anlsoti, Mr and Mrs S 1$ Rose, Mr
and Mrs S Roth.
Mr J II Soper, the Misses Stevens
(2), Mr W C Spioull.Mrand Mrs G
Misses Soienson (2), .Miss spaniel-
ing, .Mr and .Mrs ll w ."icnnniu, .ir
and Mrs W R Suns Mr and Mrs K
Mr and Mrs W P Toler, Mr Tay
lor, Mr and Mrs K D Tenney, Miss
Mr Wolters, Mr and Mrs J N S
Williams, Hon II M Whitney, Mr II
M Wliiluev. Jr. Mr and Mrs J W
Winter, Mr K II Wodehouso, Miss
Wodehonse, J S Walker, Jr, the
Misses Walkei (;)), Mrs C P Ward,
Miss Ward, .Miss Wilbur, Mrs Widdi
licld, Mr Call Wideinann, Mr and
Mrs G P Wilder, Mr J K Wilder,
.Miss Leta Wilder, Mr W D Wilder,
Mr A A Wilder, Dr and Mrs Wood.
Air and Mrs Alex Young, the
Misses Young (2).
A biief description of Mr. Wil
der's house, whose hospitalities were
dispensed m such a princely manner,
will he apposite in this place. It is
an iniposing-loukiiig mansion on an
elevated site boideiing on Pensacola
street, Makiki. The hou-e is two
stoiies and an attic in height, of no
pailicular class of architecture other
than an elegant modern style The
main part is J18 feet by oO feet
giound plan exclusive of bay win
dows, and is divided on the lirstlloor
into parlor and library on the south
side and a large double drawing room
on the north. An ample wainscoted
hall extends from fiout to rear. A
wing in the rear contains a dining
room 10 teet bj 28 feet, kitchen 1 1
feet by IS feet, pantry, etc., helow.
A vciauda in front is 12 feet and one
on the north side 10 teet wide. Ceil
ings on the lower lloor are M feet
and on the upper 12 feet high with
beautilul decorations in colors. There
:v fireplace with chimney in the
rear drawing loom, jv Heavy open
work moulded serein stand? in front
of the slahway, making an effective
looking innovation. The banisters
aie massively constructed in similar
woik to the screen of .Spanish cedar.
A hall with spacious bed chambers
on each side is l cached up siairs,
ending in a large balcony on the
front. On the staircase and upper
hall there is figured wainscoting
known as Lincrusta Walton with a
sort of terra-cotta aspect. There arc
two large bud chambers on the upper
lloor of the wing. Two handsomely
titled bath rooms are upstairs, sup
plied witli cold and hot water, lie
sides which there l a lavatory in a
niche at the junction ot the wing
with the main house on the south
cm side helow. A very large clothes
closet connects with each bed
loom. Anolhei veianda is on the
north side upstairs. All the veran
das have stiong pillars with arches
of ornate but massive design, which
give the house a rather palatial ex
leiior. Al the iear of the uppei
hall is a large window ot colored
glass in a rich design. There is a
roomy attic under a lofty roof, the
front dormer window of which ,ields
a magnificent- view of Honolulu, the
ocean, Diamond Head, and the Wai-
kiki submits. Air. C. I. Havens of
Flood Block, San Francisco, furnish
ed the pluM1 on which the hoiiic was
built. It was eonstnioted under the
supei vision of Air. .John Oudcikirk
of Honolulu. All the milling
woik was done by the Hono
lulu Planing Mills (Air. Geo.
Lucas, pioprictor). Willi the ex
ception of the banisters and wains
coting alieady mentioned, the whole
house is finished in California red
wood. All the rooms in the house,
as well as Iho bain and other
buildings on the ptcmiscviu- lighted
with incandescent elect lie lamps,
seivcd by a plant on the ground
The electric plain is run by a Ship
innii (koioHcno oil) engine ol four
horro power. A .'KHiglit dynamo
furiiibhes the cuncul, and i con
nected with -a sioiage batteiy having
a capacity of .'10 lights for ten hours.
Thu engine and battery aie coinbina
blo at will, thus affording a (iOdiuhl
supply for the stated time ot ten
hours. Air. Wilder's homestead has
on il besides the new mansion a
sleeping lodge, a billiaid hall, the old
house in winch iho family has lived
nine yems, a modem burn, the ('lec
tin: light blatiou, and minor sliuc
Thu Royal Hawaiian Alilitary Band
will give a public conceit al Emma
Square this afternoon, commencing
at 1 :JI0. The following is tho pro
Man-)) lLilitluugli Kr.il
Uwituic Tmicieili Jio-slnl
Wall. I.es .siier.c-, Waldteufel
Solii'-tion Pliiafuru (Joilficy
.Mm ell! i d -Vila The 1'Iroto Hullliu
Galop AKioli item ,,.,Zkiff
Owing lo the typographical staff
being short-handed, through a com
positor's hurling himself wilh a
bomb, u full H'porl of the Sons of
St. George picnic and other interest
ing mutter lias lo be defcircd.
Win. Larson, formerly Captain of
Iho Honolulu Police, and at present
residing on the other side of the isl
and, was arrested on Thursday for
attempting to assault a white man
: with a deadly weapon. The latter
got out a w tin mil for his ai rest which
1 was duly executed. Laiseii turnished
I bail and" was allowed to go at large.
! ll is said the man was following Lar
son, who Untight he was a spy and,
with a warning, opened lire on him.
RECEPTION Y. M. C. A.
The ladies of the W. C. T. Ll. and
Y. W. C. T. U. gave a reception and
lunch at Y. Al. C. A. rooms on New
Year's afternoon. About l."0 men
were entertained by the ladies, the
inception lasting fioni 11 tot! o'clock.
A large contingent of the most prom
inent men in the community attended
together with many young men whose
response to the invitation was nitilu
alh; gralilying. It was the beat New
Year reception ever held by these
oiganizatiom, and doubtless will have
been productive of much good, by
helping young men to begin a new
year both well and pleasantly.
ST. ANDKKW's CATIIUOKAI..
Second Sunday after Christmas.
Holy communion, G:.')0 a. in.
.Morning prayer and sermon 1 1
Evening prayer (Hawaiian) and
scr lion, liitfO p. m.
Evening prayer and sermon at
7:IJ0 p. in.
The services of tho Second Con
gregation of Si. Andrew's Cathedral
lo-inorrow will be as follows:
Morning prater with sermon at
9:1.1 a. in.
ISvcniut! Diaverand sermon at G :!)0.
Rev. Alex. Alaekintosh, pastor. All
are invited to those services.
Y. M. O. A. HAM..
The Y. AL O. A. will hold gospel
praise service on Sunday at (!:o0 p.
in. Topic: ''Heirs to What?" Bi
ble references: Rom. 8, U-17; 1
Peter, 1, .'J.fi; Rev. 21, 7. As this
is the first meeting of 18!)2, all the
members are specially requested to
be present. Aleeling open lo anyone.
Come and enjoy the singing.
Low mass, 0 and 7 a. m.
High mass, 10 a. in.
Rosary and catechism, 2 p. m.
Benediction of the most blessed
Sacrament, 1 p. in.
To-morrow, the fust Sunday of the
month, January !ird, an English ser
mon will be delivered at the 7 a. in.
cr.xi-KAi. union ciiritcn.
Preaching by the pastor at the
moi mng service, followed by the ad
mission of members and the Sacra
ment of the Lord's Supper. At the
evening service Judge AlcCully will
give his repoit as delegate from the
Hawaiian churches to the Interna
tional Cougieiiiitional Council recent
ly held in London. All are invited.
Men Bills Bazaar!
83 FORT STREET,
little V. Ci. SniiihV Store.
Having piuelia-ud die Mock and fixture
of the above 'toiu I shall continue
the sale of the justly Celebrated
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE
a full mill complete stock of which will
in-live per ' u-lr.ilhi," so please
KKKKKYH VOtIK (MtUKKK.
The 1M of I'AT'KRNS will also be
e.iiiipli ted by the same steamur.
1 shall al-o add to thu sluiil; (roods
such as go whh a general Itauar busl,
All oiders entrusted to my care will
receive my umhI prompt attention.
OHDERS .'OH MUSIC lllh-d bv io
t in ii -tcani'T. us I have special facilities
al San Kianclseo for that puipoe.
I'atioiisun the other Islands ean safely
iutiust orde'-s to my e ire for all Kooiln
whether in my Hue or not, and I respect
fully solicit thulr p.itroiugu,
W. F. REYNOLDS,
SO!) aw l'ropiletor.
1QAA l'LNi: PPLK PLANT- with
lOvW io.iIs from Panama, soleeled
by an expel Joined grower Kailv ap
plication neccsvuy, otherwise will bo
planted out. 1' (i. AM WlL'0-
California Ki nit Mmkct,
(Jor King & aIiiKc.i .-t.
r?mm and vktijh this datk
V .Mr. U. .1. McCmthv will collect all
my bills,. II (1 VUUltKW, M u.
Ilunolulti, Dec 111. IKill. IIOS-lui
JTOA pOTI'Adlv on tiutmihi
jWfffji v siieet No. nil, tx ioom
3i&S5iai bcsldi h balliiooui, paut-y,
kilelieii, outlimi'M-ii, lare uaiden; tram
way c.us pass eyerv ten u tunics.
5 I w II. W . bC tl M 1 1 'J' it SON'S.
Si I'U ATI O.N WANTED
IY a Yount: l.ady to do general
.) housewoik. Addict "J. II.,"
this olllce, ;I01 lw
unmxuip a. aicuiuiDY.
it has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
Its Now Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insuiancc Company.
tST For full particulars apply to
1-01 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
rr ? . r:
Tho Now Drug- Sloro is boing
so wl'11 patronized, is wvy
easy lo understand.
It is well known that drugs
and medicines do not improve,
with age, especially in this
Hence, everyone who stops
to think a moment on the
subject concludes immediately
that, ii' it is necessary to take
medicine, it is an important
point to be sure and get the
viihsiikst medicines that can
For instance, if there is an
infant in the family and it is
desirable to feed it on Mellin's
Food or Kidge's Food, why
not get the kkkshkst in the
Scott's Emulsion is far
more palatable when fresh,
and if you are taking it for
general debility, or any
other trouble, you will find it
better to iet tl as kuksh tisi
Then again, Pills, Cough
Medicine, Liniment or any
one of the many Patent Medi
cines, if they are kuksh, you
can expect to get beneiicial
The kntiuk stock at the
New Drug Store ean be re
lied upon, for everything is
xi:w and of the kust quality.
Moreover Jlonnox, Nkw-
max fc Co. guarantee that
their Goods arc jnht as they
Ah you pttss their way drop
in and look at those Tooth
Brushes which they claim to
be the best in Honolulu.
Jornerjort & King Streets.
WMer's SUiamsfliv 0o.'s
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock i m.
touching at liahaina, Maaiaca Iiay
and Makena tho game day; Malm
kona, Knwaihae and Laupahoelu e tin
following day, arriving at Hilo al
Tuenlny Dec 1-2
Ki id iy Ian 1
I'liei-day ,lau 1-'
Kiiday .Ian 2!i
Returning leaven HUu touching at
L.uipiihiiuhii( name day; Kawailiae,
.. M. ; MiWmkonu, 12 noon; Makena,
11 i'. .m.; .Maal.iea Hay, 8 i. M.; Luha
in. i, 10 i'. m. thu following day; .miv
ing at Honolulu (i A. m. WednedayH
AKKIVKB AT HONOLULU.
WednuMlny Dec SO
S.ittiid.iv Jan 'J
Widuei-d.iy Jau 20
Satuiday )an ISO
gjF" No Freight will bo received
after VJ. iiiiuu of day of hailing.
Will leave llonohilu every Tuesday
at ,0 o'clock v. (., touching at Kahu
lui, 11 nolo, liana, llamoa mid ICipa
huiu. Iteturuiug will arrive at Hono
lulu every Sunday nioining.
gjET No Freight will be received
after -1 v. m, on day of bailing.
UoiiHigneen uiiiel he al the laudiugB
to it.'ceivo then freight, an we will not
hold oun-elveo reiqainoiblo aftei such
freight ban been landed While the
Company will ui-o duo diligence in
handling live Mock, wo decline to an
sumo any icioiibibility in c.iho of the
lobHof hauie,mul will uotboicbinuiHililu
for money or jewelry unlets nlaccil in
the care of I'lim-rn.
W. O. WUiDHH, I'rcBident.
H. H, JtOSU, riecrelarv
OAPT. J. A. KINO, I'ortStipt.
W T. MONSARRAL
ttT Olllce ut Hotel Stab'es, Hotel
Bti-cct. Hoth '1'eleiihoiics U'J. Hesldeuce:
Mutual Tel. CIO, dee 10-01
RLwdySs Wis I
W,evy Desirable Form of
ber Hie Little Folks
Suitable and useful, for Infants and Chlldien, at
N. S. SACHS',
104 Fovt Street, - - Honolulu.
Children's Embroid. Cashmere Cloaks,
Chlldien's Tine Lace & Kmbroiderv Dresses,
Sash Hllibonx A; Small Sashes In all Colors,
Children's l'av:is(.l, Cblldien'.s Kan.",
Chllihcn'h Toilet Set, Toy Music Itoxe.s,
l-sfc-noy Oupf Ac Sauuers iti BoxeM,
Infants' Limy Kuibinldered Cashmere Capos,
Infants Kims Kiuhroldcicd Holies it l.nnsj Drones,
Infants' California Cilb Embioldeted KlaukeU,
Infants' Kmtirnidered Klauii"l Shawls.
Infant' Lace liounets it Kmliroldcred Silk Caps.
v c-iioici: ASSOKTMI-.M' OK
OJxiUlr-o.iiV Pine "XV'miiiodl &,!.,
Clilidien's Velvet Caps. Tnbogjran Caps, Silk Skull Caps Kte.
Itfi Utm Ebb S ffl ffl W h 1 tt- U b
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
ll.'MI.i Fort .Street.
AKK NOW THE
New and Fresh Loi Just Received from the
3P ii 3
GYMNASIUM, BBRETANIA. ST,
Tuesday, Wednesday. Thurs
day, Friday Evenings.
Al 8 o'clock sharp. Dors open at 7.
Afternoons, '2 o'clock, for Ladles and
Clilhhen, SB Cents.
ltitpiiit- Dancing and tricks by the two
lid pint Wrestling inateh between nun
ild part Wie-illng match between the i
two lieuiv. I
lib part Thu bears will ill Ink out of
glaM's to the good health of the
Come One ! Como All !
'Ml (it Champion Animal 'I'r.iiner.s,
The Hteaini r Klnau sails fioni Ilono
lulii Monday morning, Jau. Ith, at 10
o'clock, for Lajiaiua. Maalaea Hay,
Makena, Malmkoua, Kawailiae, l.au
iiahoelioe, I'upeekeo, Oiiomea, 1'apui
kou and llllo.
No ticlglit iccehed after -J p.m. Satur
day. ;!07:it WILDEH'S STKAMSIIll' CO.
I?JOM AND FI'i:U THIS HA'1'K
. 'I'O.N'U KAT l'OO IsautlioiUed to
fclirn the linn iiamuof Wing Wo i liau &
Co WING WO CU.vN & CO
Honolulu, Dec. Ill, IbUl l!0d-.4t.
THE-OLDEST DAILY In" "the
JL Kingdoui-Tho Daily llulletln.
Honolulu, II. I.
5Ce i i a Bottle,
(50 Cents a 15ottle,
-1.00 per Dozen,
7.00 per Dozen.
lias it ever occurred to
you Avluit a desirable and
acceptable present it pic
ture makes? Ii' not lend
us your ear for a moment
until we explain. In the
first place everyone en
joys looking- at a pretty
picture ; it not only serves
to beautify the home, but
appeals to one's better
feelings and forms excel
lent food for thought,,
which nothing else can
give, and if tho subject
be well chosen, serves as
ti silent lecturer for good.
One need not confine him
self to any particular
style as the assortment of
both styles and subjects
is unlimited and almost,
any fancy can be grati
fied. A picture has the pecu
liar power of stamping its
imago upon the minds of
all who may see it, and in
many cases leaves a life
AVhen making' your
rounds of shopping drop
in at King Jiros., on .Ho
tel street, and see what
they have to offer in this
lino, if for no other pur
posu than to enjoy what
is to be seen.