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&CIFIQ HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
The Pucilio lliirdum g Co., Foil street, Honolulu, hvg to nnnoiutue llml
they have opened tlieir ART HOOMS on the second tloor of their New
Hiiiltling, where they liuve on Kliililion, At tides suitiihle for CUIUS T
iMAb 1'KKbKNTS, unmiiising exiiwples of the f illowinn Wares: Limoges,
lloston, Hose liiiharry, Newpoit, Ivory, Queen, Hibque, lloyal Windsor,
Uoyal Worcester, Ko.wil Devon, Hoyal Hungarian, Tulip, Ordnd, Hoheni
ian, Eto., Ktu. A ehoieo selection of Siher IMalud Waie.
They have Just Keceived a Hue line of the Litest Patterns of 1'IC-
TURK MOULDINGS, Mirrors, Kngt livings, Ktchings. l'liotoiiavures,
"aslels, Autotypes, Eto., Ktu., of the Latent pulilieatious; Easels in wood
"d hauiboo ; Tattles, Chandeliers, Hanging, Piano mid Hauquet Lamps,
atuettes, and many At tides too numerous to mention.
OIL PAINTINGS by loeal Artists -Mrs. Wells, Messrs. Harnlleld,
llitdieoek, Mrs. 1'aulis, and others.
JB"As "oon as shelving on the fust lloor is uoinpleted they will open a
Line of 1IOUSK FURNISHING GOODS, Agate, Japanned and Tin Ware.
They trust their fiiends will apprueiale tliu disappointment thuy have
expeiienecd in not being able to have their Stoie lilted completely at lii
earlier dale and the fact tint their entrance is so unattractive as to afford
little inducement to visit the second lloor.
A VISIT to their Ait Rooms will, they trust, be repaid.
Soliciting a continuance of the patronage they have so liberally en
joyed in the past, they will spare no pains to flit all orders with care and
CASTLE & COOKE.
Shipoing S. Oornmisston
rijANTATION & INSURANCE AJBNT,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Carpenters', Blacksmiths', Machinists' & Plumbers' Tools,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS !
Kitchen Utensils, Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Lump floods and
idu ejM3isiti JJ tr3ltiifcBiJ!ir-cp'.
Blake's Steam Pumps, IMeston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sawing Macblnos,
Dr. Jajne & Sods Family Vadfctobii
Importer ami Denier in
Steel iu Iron Sips, Sieves ana Fixtures,
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Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, GltAV AKD KIL.VEK-PLATED
LAMPS - AUB - FIXTURES.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps, .
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plismbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet iron Work,
Minn rl IlioflU," .j'iw, tCS A' 5f'? li.mjr ' -m
-P. 0. Box 297.
LEWIS & CO., Ill f oit Street,
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions
Uy eaoli steamer of the O. H. S. Oo. from (J.iliforuiit liesh Oiiliifornia Hull
iluttor, Frozen OysturMind FjubIi U.ilif.jriu.i Fiuits, Fish, G.inic, Vegetable-,
etc., eto. A coinplotu line of I'rosdo & Uluekwell's & J. T. .Morton's (J.imioil
fc iiottlud Goods alwiij on luind. Also, just received u fresh lino of German
Pales and Potted Meats and Bottled Preeeived Fruitb, Lewis & Co.'s Malteho
Brand Sugar Cuied Hums and Baton, New Breakfast Cereals, Oicain Oat
Flakes and Oreain Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemoiib and California Kivorbide
Oranges, Oregon Buihauk Potatoct, Etc., Etc.. Etc. Hatisfac'ion guiiranleed.
HflHXitlMHiM I" Fj;imwwm
P. O. Box 11.0.-
-Teleplione No. 1)2.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods received by ovory jmokut from Eaatoiii States ami Kuropi,
Fresh California Produce by evoiy steamer. All oiders faithfully attended
to and Goods delivered to any jiai I of the city free of eliaige. Island oiders
colioited Kutisfiinlinn iriiHianU-P'l l.'Jl
PALMER & RICHARDSON,
STYLES OF ARCHITECTURES!
KastlaKe, Queen Anno, Jteiialwinee, Gothic, Italian, Classic, Npiiiian,
IN STONE, BRiCK, IRON OR WOOD.
Best Modorn Designs in Residences! Cheap Artistic Cottages a Specialty!
Coiunk'to plans and bpecllleatlons lven; alo eiipeiliitiMideiieo of eonutiiietioii.
g ttur OIFICE-Chilton BJcck, ccr. KiD: & Fort. Entrance on Fort St
San Kkancisco. Dee. '22. 1891.
rour.tr.N ai i aiiis.
It took n seven-hours' debate in
ilii1 German Reichstag, to pass the
Aii-triaii-lliiii4ariaii treaty of com
merce. A largo majority of the
members voted lor the measure. The
duties were adopted by 200 to CO.
The Empress lucdoiiek is said to
have been a severe sulfeier by the
recent failure of the Wolffs in Her
lin. Peisonally she has great faith
in them, for the late Emperor Kied
eriuk always kept a largu account
with tliein". The Wollf for many
yeais have had almost complete con
trol of the impot ial private invest
There was a fresh eruption of the
Colima volcano on Dee. ICtli, ac
companied by violent shakings of the
sut rounding country. A number of
houses collapsed. Slight shocks of
earthquake were felt at Jaliseo ami
The Christmas festivities are
dreary mockery to the people of the
oily and State of Duianuo, Mexico.
Hundreds are dying ot starvation.
The Slate Government several days
ago commuted for 100,000 bushels
of corn and the order lias now been
doubled. The giain will conic fiom
Kansas in the United States The
grain is rated at $2.j0 per bushel
which is the cost pi ice. Most of the
sulfereis, however, have no money
with which to pin chase it and must
starve. It is estimated that it will
take at least 1,000,000 bushels of
corn and beans to cairy the people
in this State alone through the win
ter. Appeals to the Federal Govern
ment for aid have met with no re
sponse bevond Hie leinoval of the in
terstate tarilf on food pioduots.
In the Portuguese Cortes the Min
ister of Finance declined, the ciinent
riimnis that the administration ol
Portugal's finances were to bo put
in foreign hands weie faUe. Poitu
gal would accept no such arrange
ment, except at the cannon's mouth.
Since Empeior William's attempt
to stop gambling, its seciet practice
has become one of the great scan
dals of Ileilin.
Owing to the giave eirors of treat
ment, the use ol Koch's lymph has
been oidered to be discontinued in
the Russian military hospitals.
The Watsonville beet sugar factory
received 858,000 Government bounty
The Board of Directors of the
Cahueiiga Co-operative fjugar Com
p my elected the following olliuers:
Piesident, John Wolfskill ; Vice
President,,). M. Cojner; Secretary,
F. J. Capitain ; Executive Commit
tee, Senator U. Cole, John Wolf
skill, and F. J. Moll. For the olliee
ot trea-urcr four banks were nomi
nated the Los Angeles National, the
First National, the Southern Cali
fornia National and the Farmers and
Mei chants'. The latter received the
majority of the votes, and will have
the handling of thousands of dollars
which will bo placed to the credit of
the concirn when all detail, have
been ai ranged.
At Anaheim, the meetings held lor
the impose of organising a biniiiar
company have been marked by ex
ceptional enlhusia-m. The plan as
it is being agitated in that district is
m lining ways dilfeient from tint
employed in Clahueiiga, and Hie
special features olfer a gieat advan
tage over the scheme as it has been
niateiialuod in the Rodeo de las
Aguas. In Cahueiiga, Hie subscri
bers only bonded their land in oidei
to raise the iieces-ary lands, but did
not themselves advance any portion
of the sum needed The n'eoolo ot
Anaheim are going at it in a more
businesslike way, and every sub
setiher not only agices to bond his
acreage on thegrov.thof sugar beets,
but .ileo advances 10 peiccnl of tli:
interest in the whole leprisented by
hit, subseiiption. That means that
of the S."J7.,000 needed for the
plant, 1)0 percent will bo sccimd
by bonded land, while $.'37,JOO will
be contributed in cash by the
mibseiibors. The great advantage
to be gained is apparent. In
ordei to reap benefit fiom the new in
dustry in 18!)2,il will be necessaiy to
nish things. The Government has
leinoved import duty on sugar-fac-toiy
machinery uniil the lirst ot next
J ly. and it i& tliereloic essential
that the inaehiiier. should be landed
at Galveston before that date, k
loquiies consideialilo time for order
ing, inaiiufs.ctii!ing and transiting
such machinery, and if any titui
must be wasted in addition, in order
to secure money enough to make a
pieliminnry payment, there is liable
to be a liilch somewhere. The Euio
pt'ttii iiianufactuicrs urjuire a depo-it
of gao.OUK before they will go ahead
wiih the inachiiury, and in the case
ol the Anaheim factory, the S;J7,oOO,
which will be ready sis soon as the
.subscription list is filled, will come
in veiy oppoituncly to make this
advance, pending negotiations with
capitalists for a loan; $700 ol a
balance will bo used fot the purchase
of seedb and implements, and the
construction of the laetory will goon
simiiltMiieoiibly with the iilantiiiLrand
cultivation ot the beets, there bcinii
no delay. The farmers of the Ana"
heiin district aio appreciative of
these facts, ami before any subscrip
tions were solicit! d oer 200 acres
were offered under the bond and 10
percent aiiangeincnt. This is very
encouraging all around and it will be
a i ace between the Anaheim and
Cahueiiga people to see which will
have the Hist factor;. The ciluens
of Anaheim and Gulden Gjovu held
n meeting iceently and the beul
question was thoroughly disoussed,
A gieat deal of enthusiasm was
manifested and every ellort will bo
made for the promotion of tho scheme,
' ' - i i f'"T''.l'fy't'W-g-r:OTn''(.'i
Committees were appointed to can
vass the neighborhood for subscrip
tions. WOUI.D'S KAllt XOTUS.
There have been over 1700 appli
cations for space at the Woihl's
Morocco will spend Sf0,000 in ex
hibiting manners, customs and pro
ducts of that country at the Exposi
tion. There will be a full Iribe of
Berbers on exhibition.
The Mikado of Japan will, it is
said, send some of his private art
treasures to the Woild's Fair.
In the center of the Iloiticultural
building will be a miiiiatttro mountain
seventy feet high, upon which will
grow giant tiee feuis, palms and oth
er vegetation, llnding theie a con
genial home. A mountain stream
will go dashing on its way, and be
neath the lock mountain will be a
cave eighty feel in diameter ami six
ty feet high, brilliantly lighted by
electricity, where durum the whole
si months of the exposition the. ex
periment will be tried whether plants
will grow under eleotrio light as well
as sunlight. Chief Thoipe was the
originator of the plan.
France lias asked for 150100
square feet of space in the Exposi
tion building; 100,000 feet in the
Manufacturer's building; ;i(),000 in
the Fine Arts; 10,000 in the Live
Stock and 10,000 in the Machinery.
Mr. Biuwaert, the French consul at
Chicago, intimates that in all proba
bility mote space would be asked for
The London Polytechnic authori
ties are busy with plans for a gigantic
co-opeiative tiipto the Woild's Fair,
They cffi-r a month's toui, passage
on the City of Puis and oilier Intuitu
liners, visits to Niagara and the prin
cipal Eastern cities for the small
sum ot S1.")0. Poi.i.y L.uskin.
THErtE IS NONE BETTER.
Dr. R. L. St. John of Howland,
Putnam county, Missomi, takes es
pecial pleiisuic in recommending
Chauibei Iain's Cough Remedy, be
cause he knows it to be reliable. He
has used ii m his practice for seveml
years, and says there is none better.
It is especially valuable for colds and
as a preventive and cure for croup.
This most excellent medicine is for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
HORSFOHD'S AjID PHOSPHATE
Tor AImihc if Alcohol.
the doiiession then-
F I CHRISTMAS Ai HOLIDAY DISPLAY
I'll ! P H Til H Ti v
Pacific Mail Steamlp Go
Occidental & GriGiuai S, S. Co.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steamer, of the aboe Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to iho
above pons on oi about the following
rtmr. "Gaelic" Feb. 11.1892
S.mr. "Rio db Janolro" April 12, 1892
Stmr. '-Oceanic" June 9, 1092
For San Francisco.
Ste.uneis of Hie above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way fiom
Hongkong and Yokoh una to the above
poit on or about the follow iiij-dales:
Stmr. ''Rio de Jancho" J.n. 9, 1392
Slmr Oceanic" March 5, 1392
Stmr. "City ol Pckwy" May 5, 1 K92
Stmr -Gsclic" Aug 17, 1892
JSaf Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama
and i etui a, &.1BU.
" ri fieifdit and pisagi, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO ,
-,i7 tf Agents.
ALL KINDS OF
JBWflLRT MADE tc OBDHB
Liu go ami Kino Stouk in Hand.
ANYTHING YOU OltDKR.
King Street, between Nuuanu
Cor. Fort & Merchant Sts.
TheXmas Collection of
Hise Jactels, Bail Rote,
SILK SHIRTS, ETC.,
AND A SMALL INVOICE OF
LEATHER GOODS !
hOMi:illI.(J NMV 1
NOW HEADY FOU INSPECTION.
Corner Fort & Merchant Sts.
THE KINK STEAMSHIP
Will be due at Ihl imrt on iiumaiv 7lh
and ill icIiiiii k, YoUli.uim
on oi .ihuui
al that pint with tin;
For fiui'ht or p.is,ij;e apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Limited,
TO 1, 1ST,
! M ( K Cottage
r.W-! ijulH' of J,. A i,i m.
lo let on
in Nuimiiii t. i-lioc htoic,
'i Yoiiiir Lady to do general
hoiewoik. Adi n.Bt i.i ii ii
&$ T111? Vl''T "''"hablo Ilesi
fhii&t , 1(,,'Ill!0 1,0l:a,t'1 " KIiiiiu
BbKa.K htieel neai thu poinei of Pmi
Kieola '.tieet. pieM-ntly occupied by p.
1'. August Ehleis, Hoiiho c-outiilii. nar
m., uiuing-io.Mii, Miehen, thuu ehnm
lieiB, b.ithiooiu, iMiuiy, veianda mom
and ample chfuth)aee. Po-tchliin,'icn
Deceiuber Ut. Inipiiie at
lr , 1IAWAII N HAJIDWAHK CO.,
-Mr. tf loitbtieut, opp.bpieeI.el8.
I'IKUK. of Laud with Four Oot-
Ijtr- on V hicMiid htn'i'i. Kinii.ii
6'JS pel iiionth. I'm- n.iiMi-iilic
tipply to -I.M. VIVAS.
WORK of all kiiiiu n, ,!
with ueutueb m the Dully Utilietlu.
SOM BT 1 1 1 NG 1 U LI 0 1 0 US !
AT K.iptiliiilu Faun,
.SUekhl- PIfr, f,.0(l
on gliim milk and Mwut
notatocs. w III ini'ii in .,,i...
i. i.. .r o. ... :"..."'""
a w.uatiiiiu .. iu 9,,, JCUl up
they aio all smio. Mutual i)5-J.
Largest Assortment of Goods SiaDle for Presents
Efer Offerej in Honolulu !
TO FACILITATE BUSINESS ALL HOLIDAY GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES AT
OWEST RATES. WE ENUMERATE A FEW OF THE ARTICLES OF '
THE THOUSANDS IN STOCK TO AID SELECTIONS.
Iffl! ouse Furnishing Goods.
Ash English Bedroom Sets, English Satin-
Atim JItOSewood Tables, Freneli Walnut Tables,
S22-ra dantiiH'.sc Cjihinnfs U..;,..,l j, i
()ak Dinner Wagon , Upholstered Chairs, Rattan Chairs,
A lenna Chairs, Oak Hall Chairs, Occasional Tables, Fancy
Chairs, Iron Bedsteads, Children's Cribs, Piano Lamps,
Banquet Lamps, Hall Lamps, Rochester Lamps, Etc., Etc..
KUGS, CURTAINS, TABLE LINEN, Eto.
Smyrna Center Rugs,
Velvet Pile Center Rugs,
Linen Table Napkins, Embroidered Linen Carvin'o- Cloths
Axminster Center Rugs,
Embroidered PiUoav Shams,
Linen Table Cloths,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Decorated Dinner Sets,
China Tea Sets,
Chintr Breakfast Sets,
Decorated Toilet Sets,
Japanese Tea Se,ts,
Fancy Flower Pots,
Royal Worcester Yases,
Crown Derby Vases,,
Cut Salad Bowls,
Glass Flower Stands,
Lawn Tennis Sets, Croquet E.is, Pictures,
Japanese Screens, Fancy Clocks, Tennis
Rackets, Writing Cases, Writing Desks,
Electroplate Water Jugs, Electroplate But
ter Dishes. Electronlnh' Fniir.v AVnv Ki:,i
Silver Spoons, Solid Silver Napkin Rings, Hand Painted
Sachets, Fancy Hammocks, Ink Stands, Triple Mirrors, Toi
let Mirrors, Hanging Mirrors, Dressing Mirrors, Hand Mir
rors, Flags, Fancy Saddles, Silk Hose, Nee'. Wear, Linen
Handkerchiefs, Point Lace Handkerchiefs, Limerick Lace
Handkerchiefs, Japanese Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Pur
ses, Letter Cases, Pocket Looks, English Bicycles, Dress'ino
Cases, Manicure Sets, Photo Cases, Albums.' &
TOTS AND GAMES.
Rocking Horses, Velocipedes, Drums,
Trumpets, Horns, Rubber Balls, Foot
balls, Draught Boards, Toy Musical
Instruments, Wheelbarrows, Carts, Doll
Nouses, Dolls, Mechanical Toys, Jinx
es Blocks, Tool Chests, Etc., Etc., Etc.
The bust lliiii- to send to
your IVicmls abroad is King
IJros.' Illustrated Moiivonir
of Hawaii, which is fjotton
up lor the purpose and i,s
not an advertisement.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS CARDS?
Raphael Tuck's Latest Novelties,
Hildeeimer's Latest Novelties,
Prang's Latest Novelties.
,3l0' Ktc, Etc., Etc.