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OAHU RAIMY & LAND C0.'S
PltOll AM) AKTCIt .11 A V I. IMII1.
Lcavo Honolulu. ..drift
Arrivo llonciiliutl. .7:20
Lcnvo llonoullull.. 7 :!!()
Arrivo Honolulu. ..8 :'.T
A.M. P.M. 1' M.
8-ir. i sir. limit
!l . I!) 12 :40 r. :!15t
io:ni ami ;.iirt
11 :r.r 4:55 fSiSOf
.... r.::io ....
Arrivo Puail Cily
loavo Pear1 Clly..fi:03
Arrive Honolulu. ..(1:10
t Saturdays only.
Ssttiti il ty excepted
I'lrton. Mm uml Uoiiii.
in c. .i. lions.
e l - r c 'i
ua. i-J;s5)jBH, s en -
! ii.m. p.m. p.m. ii.iu.
Otflli. 12 -J .1(1 n Kin Sim i. mi S2 124
Tiilm, 81) .1 III' ! ."ill, 'I 111 II .Vli li :17 ft '2'l. ft 21
tVvu. :io ;ui :i Xi ii .v., hi .is o .it ft vi h i
I I I 'Sut.
'l'lium. ill I li 4 as ii Mil fin' n :is ft 2'H c, 21
I I p. 111. I
Ifll. 1 I .11, 4 S. 1(1 10. I) .11 (I !H, ft .10, 7 211
Kilt. 2 ft s I ft : 10 .'II 1 11 (! .H' ft 110 8 M
Bun. .1 ft .11 II 2.1 11 l) 1 IlLi' S''i r "' U """'
Sow miiiiii on IliollOtli lit 4 li. 411 in. p. in.
llietlino'.iimnl fi tins pint HkHcii ill 12li.
lOm. (Ki'f. (mllllilKlitl of llii'i'iiulell tllili' nr
Jli.2sin.:ilsec. p. in. or Honolulu Oh-ciMitoiy
time. 11 IsiiiMMi b lliu steam wliNllo or tho
Honolulu l'lunliiK Mill, n low iloois ii1hio
tins Custom House. Till! "iiinu wliNtlu la
wmmleil uiih'U1 nt Iluniiltilii iniMii noon,
obi'iMitinytiii'iiillun.or lull. :ilm. Ufiseu. of
SATUUUAY, JAN. 2, 1892.
Slmr (' K Hi-hop
f loin ICalmkii and
Am bklnu Iniifjnril, Schmidt
fiom Sun I'iaiicli:o
Stmr I'ele fiom Kauai
Ktini- I.ehua i i oin Ilainakua
Stmt las Makee from Ivaiuil
Sohr Kaiililua from Kauai,
VESSELS LEAVINC MONDAY.
for Maui and Hawaii at
10 a in
Solir Ka Moi for Paaullo
Sehr Kiilamanu for Ivobala
Troin Kauai, per stmr Pelu, .Tail 1
Hoii y Kmtdbuii. W E Jtowell and 12
Fiom Kauai, pur tinr.Ia Makee, Jan
ills Gall, J E Waul and lli duck.
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr C R Uishop filO bags Migar, fiO
bags taro and sundry bags paddy.
Btmr Pelu 1007 b.igs ug.ir and 11 bags
-Stmr Ja Makeu-ltC bugs sugar, 2G head
' cuttle 'Mid sundry ai tides
, FQHEH1N VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Iliei. JImi. fiom Japan
!UbS San Kiunuisco, fiom salt Kran-
eisco, due any day
Atnfik Sonoma, Luu, fiom Newcastle,
X S W
Am bk Newsboy, Johnson, from New-
ea,tli'. ,' S W
'Am -1-inasted sebr E K Wood, from
Newcastle, N S W, due Jan 15
Am bkt Alary WitiKulinan, Nissun, from
Am bk Amy Tinner. Johnson, fiom Bos
ton, Jan. 10-lfi
Am nil bk Morning Star, Mar 233 from
Am uli bk Muimald, Jlar 2". from New
Am wh bk t allfotnia, Mar 25, from New
Am wh bk James Arnold, Mar 25, fiom
Am bk Edwaid .May from boston
F0REICN VESSELS IN PORT.
US S Pensacola, from Sail Fianelsco
Am bktne W U Dlmoud, Nelson, fioin
Am bktne John tainith from Newcastle,
Am bktne Uobeit Sudden from New
castle, N h W
Am -t-niut( d sebr Ethel Zane fiom New
castle, N S W
n shii) llawke-bury fiom Newcastlu,
N S W
igU II Domjlass, Held, from Gilbert
bk l'asi of I.eny, Vint, fiom Glas
gow tw bk Manna Ala, fiom Newcastle,
N S W
r bk Grui from Newcastle, N S W
masted bk Oineo, from Newcastle, N
u sebr Jiobert Lcwuis from Port
ai bk Ceylon, Calhoun, fiom San Fran
cisco . u bk Estella fiom Kuivcustle. N S W
Am bktuu Dincovei from ban Fian
clsoo SHIPPING NOTES.
The barkentltio Irmgard, Schmidt
muster, anived yesteidiiy, 11JJ days
from Sail Francisco, beinj: a day later
than, the Planter in sailing Shu bi lugs
i 'nfgo of genei'd niercbandlsu,
a stcaiuur Klnau will leave on Mou
lt 10 a in.
e water fiont pro-ontod a gala ap
inee New Year's day.
''MUlOWN-ln Honolulu, Deo.
Ul.iitlliu Kawulujjuo Cliuicli,
uJliiv.11.11. Pinker. Alakenia
) Naciio to Mary Ellen lb own.
K1NKCIC In Honolulu, Dec.
01, it the Roman Catholic
Catbedntl by the llishop of Olb.i,
James J.uM'ieuuo Holt to Lena
A FAVORITE REMEDY.
.lambcrlaia's Cough Kemedy is a
itc during the winter moniliB on
nit of its gicat success in thr
of colds. There is nothing that
uobun u severe cold so quickly,
promptly relievo the lungs.
it counteracts any tendency to-
pneumonia. It is pleasant and
) take, and fully worthy of its
uity. For sale by all dealers.
u, Smith & Co., agents.
THE RIFLE MATCH,
II. it. A.
Scvriul r thu iMtT HliiiiimliiHih-iH
ii Aivn.v (In' from.
Tlic Hawaiian Eillo Association
hold thu twelfth lenii-unntiul meeting
ut their lille range tit lvsihauiki nil
New Yeiir's Utiy. Thu day was clear
and all llial could be desired. I'lie
uttundaiiue Mas good and the shoot
ing was exceptionally line. Tue
matches weie begun early in thu day,
and not an interruption occurred to
mar thu enjoyment of tho day. The
Wall hrotlieis weie in lino fettle and
showed their superiority in handling
the trigger in several of tho matches.
Tho Allien Fruit & Turo Co. medal
became the propel ty of W. E. Wall,
he having won it at three successive
meets of thu Association. He also
won thu Governor Dominis Cup
and the II. E. A. Tiophy. II. W
Peck walked off with thu Waiuvinalo
Gold .Medal ior good. The Direc
tors' Cup became the property of C.
.1. Wall, that shot having niadu a
straight run. The two additional
niudnls presented by E. O. Hall &
Son and the Hawaiian Hardware Co.
were won bj C. J. Wall and F. S.
Dodge, respectively, but not perma
nently. In the fourth match E.
Wall's previous rucoul of 1)0 percent
not being broken he still retains the
medal. C. J. Wall won thu first
piize in the Citizens' Match and has
selected the nliiiccnu award.
Following is the olllcial score:
I. THE BRODIE .MEDAL.
Cup piesented by J. Brodie,
nd pil.e Gold
M b. C. II. Niehol.
Pin jiresented by
Conditions of the niatuli: Open to all
membui'S of the Assueiation. 1st and
and pii.es to beeoine the jnopeity of the
uiiirkmuii winning litem tbiee times at
the regular meetings of the II. 11. A.
1 list nice, 200 yaid; ioiiikIr. 10; any
ntilitaiy lille uiider the liile; liniiteil
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance feu, 1.
Won .Ian. 1, 1800, by J. II. FMier.
Won Jan. 1, 1S91, by.). W. I'ult,
Won, .i illy 4, 1801, by U. J. Wall.
H W Pock -ioI-M 1551 1 1:$
W E Wall ....
0 J Wall
G B Wilson . . .
Frank Ilustaco. .
F S Dodge
O F Giiinov
J N S Williams.
4151 15.11 II Ct
.... -Ml 5 1-15 125 11
.. .1-1 1JJ5 144.:) 10
.... II 15251 1444 .1!)
. . :uj3i4::i5i :ss
.... 5151011131 3"
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 100; also, a second piie
of 85; tbiid prize, 2.50. Conditions:
Open to all coiners; to become thu pio
perry of the maiksinau winning It tbiee
times ut thu lcgular meeting of the II.
R. A.; 2 suing of 10 shots each at 500
yaid ranges; any military lille under
thu rules; limited to one entry for each
competitor. Entrance fee, 81.
on July 5, S8(5. by J. Brodie, .M D.
Won lanu.iry i, 1887, bv W C. King.
Won .Jnly 23, lb: bvJ.G. Kothwell.
Won January 2. 1S8S, by Y'. C King.
Won Julv 4, 1SS8, by K. Hiistaec.
Won imiuary 1, 1880. by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1SS0, by J. G. Jtothwell.
Won Jan. 1, 1800, by O. B. W ilson
Won Jan. 1, 1801, by W. E. Wall.
Won July 4, 1801, by W. K. Wall.
W E Wall 4514151535 13
11 W Peck 555334511210
FS Dodge 415352535511
3551515233 3D 80
Frank ilustaco 2312545552 37
J N S Williams 1533511315 10
C F Gurney 555135244230
C B Wilbon 433531555512
55531 (not linisb).
III. H. It. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 5150.
to niembeis of the
lions: For the
ut 200 and -'.00 raids; lo i omuls at each
(lUiiijjcu; any military ritlu under the
tides; to become thu piopuity nt the
maiksmau w billing It Huge times ut
ieular meetings of thu 11. li, A, En
trance fee, $1.
Won July 4, 1S&0, by W. 13. Wall.
Won Jan. 1, IK'.iO, by F. llustacu.
Won Jan. 1, 1801, by J.G. Rothwell.
Won July 4, 1801, by W. E. Wall.
W E Wall
5 11155 15 14 14
200 yds: 031451444430
101)12 UMlDi :iu-
P S Dodge
C B Wilson
200 vds ! 35111135313!)
IV. MID - RANGE OHAMPION
For Assoelatlou Budge. To be worn
by the winner until his seoio is beaten
at any tegular meeting of the 11. R. A.
Limited to mciubein of thu Association;
lOiouuds at 500 and 000 yauls. En
tiancu fee, 1.
Won Jul) 1, 1&8S, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won January 20, ibbO, by Lieut.
Ashe, 11. It M. S. Hyacinth
Won July 4, ISfeO, by J. W. Piatt.
Won July I, IbUl.by W. 13 Wall.
C B Wilson
C J Wall
11 W Peck -
J N S Williams
500 yds: 455231133235
(500 yds ; 53232 15525 3(1 71
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP.
Valued ut 8100, for the highest aggre
gate score iu matches Nos. 1, li and 3,
to become the propel ty -of the marks
mn'i wlnnlnii It tbiee times at the lcgu
lar meeting of the II. II. A.
Won July n, ISfcO. by J. Kindle, M. l.
Won 'mnian 1.1887, by v, in. linger.
Won July 2:t, 1887. by .1. G. Ruthwell.
Won Jai'niarv a, 1KS8. bv C. II Wilson.
Won ulv 4. 1S8S. Iiy F. Ilutnue.
.x on Jaiiuan 1. ISS'J. bv J. W. Pratt.
Won.InU 4 188H, by J,
Won .Ian l. IMin, by ( .
Won .Inn. 1, 181, bv W
Won July I. lsni.by W
V E Wall
II W Peck
F S Dodge
.1 N H Williams
C V Oniiiey
C H Wilson, (fiilured).
V. WAIMANA1.U GOLD MEDAL
Pies'iiled bv Hon J. A. Cummins:
2nd prize aJ.r.rj To be "hot for at 200
and 500 j aid. 10 shot tit each dl
t tneu. Open to unlabels who have
tiuUT won u first class pile. To be
eomo the propel ty of thu maiksiuau
winning It three limes. Entrance fee,
Won Jannaiv 1, 18S!, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July I, 188!), bv C. Ilutucu, Jr.
Won Jan. 1, 18SI0, by 11. W. Peek.
Won Jan. 1, JNII, by 11. W Peek.
Won JuU I, 1MU, by J. W. Piatt.
II W l'cck
200 yds: 315115514112
500 vds : 5 15335555:) 43 85
A (' Wall
J 11 Sopci
152:'. Mo in') ::'.) 83
F S Dodge
200 vds: .11511.1.151311
500 vds : 335533 14 1 1387!)
J N S Williams
200 vds: 311515114111
500 vds : 3353353 1 1 13778
O F Guniey
200 vds: 514144432138
500 yds : 2 153 1525 1 138- 70
VI. K O. HALL & SON" TROPHY.
Conditions': 10 louuds each at two
bundled and Ihe hundred yards. To
become the propeityof tin'' marksman
winning It tbiee times, Any mill ary
rillu iiMiler the rub s. Open to all tiiein
heiof the Association who have never
won a llr-t chi". pi lu previous to Jan
uuiy 1 , 1 802. or who have not taken pint
in any of Ihe Mrsl class monthly niatclies.
Auvonu entuiing in this maicli cannot
bu ban ed fiom loniputing at any liituio
timu for thu same.
C J Wall
A C Wall
200 vds :
F S Dodge
200 yds: 4313444313
500 yds: 5333133421.
C F Guinuv
200 yds: 431314131137
500 y ds : -111 124533 137-
J H Sojict
200 vds: 231113131135
500 yds: 3530141231 32
VII. HAWAIIAN HARDWARE
The same conditions
govern as in
F S Dodge
C F Giuncv
500 yds: 2555151321
A C Wall
200 yds: 455144141112
500 ydb : 4431543301 31 7G
J II Sopur
200 vds: 415155131513
500 yds: 5222224102 25 OS
VI DIRECTOll'S CUP.
Presented by the Board of Diiertos
of 1801. Opun only to members of tne
II. It. A,, who have never niaduaie
coid of over 75 per cent. In any regular
competition; to become tho pioperty of
the niaiksuiuii wining it tluec times.
Distance, 200 yds; lounds 10; Mllitaiy
rille; limited tu one entry to each com
petitor. Eiitt since fee, 81.
AVou Jan. 1, 1801, by C. J. Wall.
Won July 4, 1S01, by C. J. Wall.
C J Wall 421551515112
F S Dodge 535445 14 1311
C F Gurney 353344131137
J H Sopor 233144113530
IX. CITIZEN'S MATCH.
A C Wall 4514522
K R G Wnllono 4155122
Ormoiul E Wall 5151122
.1 KidwelD 4141521
.1 Good uu 4441521
Judge SBDolu 4451121
VJ Fugeioos 4511421
F CliU'ord 5513121
J W .McDonald
II E Walker
Dr It W Anderson..
J 11 Soper
T V King
G II Babb
Thomas Wiight 4111310
T 13 Wall 43135 P.)
F Godfioy 33511 P.)
Di Niehol 31531 P.)
F G Walker 551231!)
J M Angus 3314 118
WORTHY OF A TRIAL.
If you are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over
the scat of pain a piene of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's J 'niu
Balm. You will bu surprised at the
prompt relief it affords. 50 cent
hollies for sale by all dealers. Bon
bon, Smith & Co., agents.
HAWAIIAN Council No. (id!), Ame
lieau Legion of Honor, incuts
THIS (Saturday) EVENING, at 7:30
o'clock, at Haimoiiy Hall, King stieet
JOS. M. OAT,
liOO It Seeietary.
NOTICE TO GllKDITOKS.
A Dividend to thu Creditors of thu
KU'U EmTaTE Is payable at thu ollleu
of W. O. SMITH
SO M 1ST 1 1 1 X G D E LI CI O US I
. A T Kunahulii Faun.
-v.T j. huukl ,,, (uu(j
slfilte-'kf fl" Ml'! '' k "' ewi'Pf
h&2b4t potatoes, will mult In your
imniili. J'liees Horn S3 tu 3. Ring up
beloio lluy nio all gone. MUiil Mi.
Three Umiiilr r.iiitnu'lc on llir Ncu nt
lioir- si r.tsixK.
Jnincs Lawrence Holt and Miss
Lena Steineck wero married on New
Year's tA'u. Tho nuptial knot was
tied nt the Roman Catholic Cathedral
by the Bishop of Olba. A Inigc
concourse attended the ceremony, at
the conclusion of which thu youthful
couple retired to the rcshli'tne of
Mrs. II. Hart, Nitiianit Avenue,
where the reception look place. The
happy pair received their friends un
der a canopy of tiowcrs and ever
greens artistically woven. F. Peter
son was host man and MUs Julia
Steineck, sister of the bride, wns
bridesmaid. The biide was beauti
fully attired in a druss of white bro
cade silk and was adorned with the
usual marriage veil. Mr. F. A.
Schaufcr, guardian of the bride, was
picscul, and helped in making all
comfortable. A. Jones acted as
usher and conducted all to their seats
in order. The Y. M. C. Club, of
which the bridegroom is a member,
also attended the reception, in uni
form. After thu leeoption dancing
was indulged in, to music by u de
tachment of the band, and kept up
till near midnight, when all were in
vited to a capacious lanai erected on
the lawn, where several large tables
stood loaded with many good tlnng9
in native fashion. The health of the
youthful couple was drunk, after
which many returned to tho hall and
tripped the light fantastic toe till the
wee sum' hours of morn. I he pres
ents to the newly-mairicd couple
were many and varied.
Mr. A. B. Naoiio and Miss Ellen
Brown were married at Kawaiahao
Church on New Year's eve, by the
Rev. II. 11. Parker. A reception was
held later at the Industrial Home for
Girls, of which the bride was an in
mate. The grounds were beautifully
illuminated and presented a fairylike
appeal auce. A detachment of tho
Hawaiian band played on the
grounds during the reception, while
on the inside of the building was
taking place an enjoyable festival.
Mr. Alburt Lucas and Miss Tillic
Parinenter were quietly joined in the
holy bonds on New Year's eve.
I'm. meet von at the Brunswick.
C. J. McC.uu'HY
street for sale.
has lots on Liliha
Button Holet, made to order at No.
4 Garden Lane. 307 tf
Tin: Biunswick niu thuouly Billianl
Pallors in town. 0 tf
Arri:u shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Su.viiUKN lulieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Cuusiir.i) strawboriies and Kasp
berry Sherbet at Hobron, Newman
& Co.'h nuw soda fountain. 0
Delicious coifuc and chocolate will
be ecrved eery morning early at the
Palace loo Cieiini Parlous, Ltulwigsun,
fc Cron, Hotel street. 221 tf
Get your boots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Tommies, on East
Hotel street. Fiist-class work, low
pi ices. 4-tI
Handso.mk Chiihtiints, New Yoai's
and Bitthday Cards at the I. X. L.,
corner of Nuuunti anil King streets.
The storo will be kept open every
night till 9 o'clock. 7-tf
Don't trouble yourself with a lunch
basket. Hart & Co. lnivo been ap
pointed by the Sons of St. George
'as caterers" for their picnic at
Bumoud Giovo on New Yenr'h day.
First class lunub mid light reftesh
inentb of nil kinds will always be
ready on call. 5-4 1
Fkii:nds of Mr. Viggo Jacobsen aro
informed that he has lesuuied his
former occupation of engrossing ami
illuminating, upd that hu will give
prompt attention to onlors, if insliuc
tious be left at the Hawaiian News
Co.'s htore, whoiu specimens of his
work aro on view. It is to bo hoped
that bis aitistic skill will be butter
rewarded than before.
NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.'S
NEW STORE (Ui- Ktaius).
Scotch Splint Coal !
tons of licstheote.li Siillut CoaLiiuit
ai lived per Stiiithblauu" fiom Glas
gow. ThU Coal Is equal to bunt Width
Coal, and especially suited for steam,
household and ploughing engine iisu,
VI 1 tf G. W. MACFARLANE ., CO.
Bcildcs Pictures you can find Beautifully
Decorated Porcelain Plaques, Bamboo Eacls,
Sgrc-uni, Cabinet Photo frames, Albums,
Leather Purses, Pocket Hooks, etc., Christ
mas Cards, Brackets, etc., at King Bros.,
ForThroat and Lungs
" I have been ill for
Hemorrhage "about five years,
"have had the best
FiwoYoars. "medical advice,
"and I took the first
" dose in sonic doubt. This result
" edin nfew hourscasy sloop. There
" was no further hemorrhage till next
"day, when Iliad a slight attaik
" which stopped almost immediate
"ly. By the thud day all trace of
" blood had disappeared and 1 lind
"recovcied much strength. The
"fourth day I sat up in bed and ate
" my dinner, the first solid food for
"two months. Since that time I
"have gradually gotten better and
" am now able to move about the
"house. My death was daily ex
"pected and my recovery has been
"a great surprise to my friends and
" the doctor. There can be no doubt
"about the effect of German Syrup,
"as I had an attack just previous to
"its use. The only relief was after
"the first dose." J R. I.oughhuad,
Adelaide, Australiar &
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
I am instructed to sell at Public Auction
at my Milcsiouin, on
WEDNESDAY, JAN. tilli,
AT 1 O'CLOCK. OOX.
A Building Lot
Lane, Kap ilatna,
of King stiuct.
situated on Rawlins'
about 200 feet inatika
LOT 77x38 FEET,
adjoining the resilience of I). P. Nau
mauii,aiid formerly pair of the piopeity
of W. O. Aehl. Title l'ei feet.
Bar Teinis: CASH, or half Cash if de
siied. Deeds at expense of pmclm-or.
T J-S. V
Ready for tho Qriddle in One Mhnta 1
Only Milk or Water Required I
A O.mMuaUcn of Meals Entirely Now I
Makes Moit WLolctomo and Delicious Oakesl
Nothing but pure CREAM OF
TARTAR and RODA used for leaven
ing. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT!
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
Him IriuiolniMt A.kiiIh.
DOl lat-tii th sat
FURNITURE AT AUCTION!
To be sold at Public Auction, at JAS. V.
MORGAN'S Salesroom, on or about the
11 tli OV JASUA11Y, 181)2,
The following aitlules of fuini
turu seiuil by (IKtlulnt for lent
1 Kon Itcdsitcad,
1 Stove aiitl Fixtures!.
1 Solving; 3Int-liiii,
1 ICiireiiu, I'icdii'ON,
1 Table and Cliuii'x,
I JLtiuip. Oofkurywitre,
Uedft and Ik'dclnthiug, 1 Clock and other
ai tides. J. O. CLUNEY.
Y Its. DYER having just returned
111 fiom San Fiaueiseo biliiglng all
the latest styles and designs, would hu
gid to see all hei patrons desirous of
having anything done in hui line foi thu
holidays. Good 111 and leasonablupilees.
Punchbowl and Klnau sliccf.
281 1 in
liliiK Hli'eee. Ilmiuliilii.
Excellent aecoinniodatloii for patient.
Ll. A. It. ItOWAT, V. S.
Ollleu Roiiis 7::i0to 10 a.m.; PJiliO
to U p. II). i l:l) to (1 p. m .
Tki.ki'iionks: Hell Oil. Mutual 1811.
P. O. llox :)2il.
Jou Dillon tho linrbor
S now doing business on his own ac-
wlll bu pleased to
fi lends and as many
seiu all hU old
new ones its may
III HuW'cUiitf your ChrlHt
niiis ProKouiH don't lorut
(hill a i'lcltii'o Is unions: the
vory l)t!.sl unit that tho jilaco
to got such tilings h at Kiii
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. hpreckeLs' Bunk, Honolulu.
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An Unequalled Assuitiueut and
104 Fort totreet, Honolulu.
HANDKERCHIEFS ! HANDKERCHIEFS ! A most
Complete Stock, the very latest designs and extremely Low Pi ices. Come
and see our assoiluient of White Embroidered Handkerchiefs that we offer
for 25 cents.
FAWS, FANS, -I" Great Variety, Latest
Lisse Fans, in Black, White and Delicate Shades;
Black and Fancy Colors. Feather Fans.
hand kun dlack lace soxVrfs.
Pure Silk, extra long and wide.
Hand Satchels, Chatelaines, Card Cases and Purses. A Fine Assortment
of Embroidered Pongee Drapes and Hand Painted Silk Tidies,
in Dainty and Delicate Shades. WHITE SILK EMBROIDERED WRAPS
and PURE SILK SHAWLS. Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs.
E3P If you arc in seaich of Holiday Goods you will do well by examin
ing our goods and prices, before making your purchases elsewhere.
T1JOSE IN SEARCH OF
Will do well to call at our stoic and examine our stock of
EXQUISITE PERFUMES !
Comprising all the latest and popular odors bj' the bc3t makers.
Also a flnu line of new designs in
TOILET CASES !
To smokers and their friends, we offer the fullest line of
Prime Segars, Meerschaum & Briar Pipes
And Geneial Smokers' Goods lo be found in the Kingdom.
10!) J'ort .Sircct,
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Ni:v Cummins' Block, Mijuciiant Si'kket.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED.
BJST Any business cnluisted to me
oceanic Slffiisnip Go.s
Arrive Honolulu Leave
fiom S. F. for
Deo 2!) Ian 5
Jan 20 Feb 2
Feb 23 March 1
March 22 March 2!)
April 11) April 2(1
Jlay 17 May 21
Juno 14 June 21
July 12 1 iily lit
Aug 'J Aug 10
Sept (i .'...".... .Sept 13
(Jet I Oct 11
Nov 1 Nov 8
Anlvo fiom San Sail for San Frau-
Moiiowai Inn II Alameda
Alameda Fob 11 .Maripusii
Maiipncu MarlO.... Moiiowai
Moiiowai. .Apiil 7 Ahimcda
AlaiueUa May 5 Mariposa
Maiiposa 1 it no 2 Moiiowai
Moiiowai June 30 Alameda
...Aug 25 .
...Sept 22 ..
...Oct 20 ..
...Nov 17. .
NOT I CIO.
1I1KG leave to notify thu public that I
lnivo started a Ikumi shoeing shot)
at No, bl King Mi eel, next to Wiight A
sous' cairiago facturv. where I will bu
glad to meet my old friends mid new
ones also, Wu make a specialty of lliot
cl.is ho ie shoeing. We w.iirant loslop
liiteifuilug and can help all lame hoisus.
aoi mi chas. RoriiLisprEs.
Christmas is a thing of the
past to-day, and among other
Most people owe something
as a result of the holidays,
bill you ewe it to yourself
partieulaity that you buy
where you can get the best
for the least money. In the
matter of all kinds of Hard
ware, Silverware and Goods,
usually and unusually, sold
in hardware stores, we think
our place answers the require
ments of everyone.
a Varieti to sunt all Tastes at
Novelties ; Lace and
Hand Painted Fans in
Honolulu, II. 1.
and Housco Rented.
will leceivc pionipt attention.
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WENNER & CO.'S
LARGE NEW STOCK
BY THE AUSTRALIA.
Latest Desigtis anil
pcitnluhig to a
OF ALL KINDS.
13T Prices to suit thu times, -a.
AVlflNNJSIt & CO.
to i iyp
"'HOSE Verv Ijoii .idu and Couvuni-
enl Pjemlses -i, unto lit King stieet,
this city, lately oivum. d by thu uudur
slgned as a ju ivatu lesiiluueu, compris
ing a Dwelling House of I rooms, illu-big-iooin
and kitchen, also stable, car
llagu huiisu ami ouihimsus. Forpaitl
ciilars iuiiiihu oil thu premises,
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