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OMU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
PKOII ATVI AKTl'.lt MAY I. lHOt
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Arrive Honoullull.. 7 !2C 0 .-40 2:4!) C:3Gf
Leavo Honoulluli.. 7:30 10 :M 3:51 r:45f
Arrlvo Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:55 0:501
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Arrivo Pearl City 0:07 ....
Loivo Pear' CHy..0:03t
Arrive Honolulu. ..0:40
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Mon. 4 40 0 40 11 40 2 15 (I 31 6 M 10 M
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First qunitcrof tliu moon on tlio Cth ut'ili.
41m. p. in.
Tliu thnu signal for tlio poi t in rlvon nt 12)1.
Oiu. Osec. (inUliilKlitl of Greenwich tlmoor
Hi. 28m. alsco. p. in. of Honolulu Observatory
time. It Is Riven by tho Bteain wlilstlo of tlio
Iloiuihiht l'laMlng Mill, u few doois abovo
tlio Custom House. Tho sumo wlilstlo is
Bounded correctly nt Honolulu mean noon,
Ousotvutoiy inoildiun,orl0h. 31m. Msec, of
x- jul ta
MONDAY, JAN. 4, 1892.
Selir Molwabiuc from Kolmla
r-tinr Mlkaha'a from ICu ai
Stmr Clatidlne from Maui
Sum Walmaualo from Maul
Stmr Walalealc from Hainakua
Am brig W G Irwin, McCullocb, V2
days from San Francisco
Am bk Mary Glover from Puget Sound
Am whaling bark from tau Fran
cisco Am bktue Eureka from Eureka
Am bktnc Skagit, Robertson-, for Puget
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau at 9 a in
Schr Kawallani for Koolau
SStmr Kinau for Maul and Hawaii at
10 a m
Sclir Ka Moi for Paaullo
Schr Kulamanu for Kohala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lilkclike fpr Hainakua at 5 p m
S S Australia, Hoiidlettc, for San Fran
cisco Stmr Clatidlne for Muui atfipra
Stmr Lelina for Pauuhnu and Opkala at
. 4 p in '
Stmr O K Bishop for Kobuku and Puna-
))tl ittO'a m
Stmr Iw'alanl for NawillwllI, etc, at 5 pm
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Clatidlne 3f bags potatoes, 20 bgs
corn, 71 bgs taro, 14D9 bgs sugar, 15
bides and oS pkgs sundries
Stmr Walaleale -2160 bags sugar,
Stmr MIkahala 3500 bags sugar and
From Maul per stmr Claudinc, Jau 3
D Tourney, Master Dunn, Master
Drummond, C Kaiser, II P Baldwin,
Father Gulstan, M Soya and wife, J W
Kalua, A Borba, A Reilly, C It McVeigh
and wife, Kimlaud 41 deck.
From Kauai per stmr MIkahala, Jan 3
Kov Alex and Mrs Mackintosh, II Mor
rison, UK Fairi'hlld. Mis Weir, Capt B
Ablboru, H F Glade, A. Brown, J Kott
mami, A Hunter, Miss F Itcnkcn, Fa
ther Enicraii, Hon P P Kanoa, Mrs Y E
Doverlll and 2 children, Mrs J Had way
and 'child and 34 deck.
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr Kinau,
Jan 4 Jno Angus and wife, II B Ml
l'on and wife, Miss Barnard, Miss A
Shaw, O McLennan, wife and child, T
II Hughes, Miss Tldd, L D Spencer, W
Buckley aud about 30 deek.
Prom Sap FranelBCO per brig W Q Jr
win, .jan 4 Mb s Mary Lylp.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II I M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan
U S S San Francisco, fiom ban Fran
cisco, duo any day
Am bk Sonoma, 'Lee, from Newcastle,
Am bk Newsboy, Johnson, from New
Am 4-mastod feehr E K Wood, from
Nov castle, N S W, duo Jan IB
Am bktMary Wlnkelman, Nissen, from
Poit Gamble -' '
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, fiom Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15 f "
Am wh bk Morning Star, Mar 25, ftom
Am wli bk Mermaid, Mar 25, from $ev
Am wh bk California, Mar 25, from New
Am wit hk James Arnold, Mar 25, fion
New Bedford ' -
Am rJU'Etlwitrd May from Boston
Br ship Beumore from Liverpool, duo
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S 8 Pensucola, from San Francisco
Am bktno John Smith fiom Newcastle,
Am bktue Robert Sudden fiom New
castle, N S W
Am 4-masttd schr Ethel Zano from New
Am shit) Hawkcsbury from Newcastle,
Brig G (I Douglass, Hold, from Gilbert
Br bk .J'ass of Leny, Vint, from Glas
' gow ' t, . I'
lay Up Mauna Ala, frojii Newcastle,
iflor fok GrpJ from Newcastle, NSW
4-masted bk Qtneo, from Newcastle, N
Am Bchr Robert Lowers from Port
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from Ban Fran
cisco Am bk Estella from Newcastle. NSW
Am bktue Discovery from ban Fian-olsco
The stmr MIkahala is transferring tier
stigir to the barkcntlno Discovery.
The barVcnthio 8 N Castle I taking In
sugirnttlio V S S Go's landing. Irom
The steamer Tjlkcllkc lino been thor
ouglily overhauled. She will be it along
the Hainakua coast, taking the Walalc
alc's Into route for a thnu.
'i'lio .sit nincr Kluait left on Iter regular
route this itioinlng carrying a smalt list
Tlio Bl tin Iwalanl camo off the Marine
It'dlway tbU mottling Sliu will leave
to-moriow for Kauai, taking tho Mlka
hala's route, tho lattrr being laid up.
The brJg tW Q Irwin, MeCulUch mas
tcr, atrived this morning Hi days from
Sau Francisco, with met ohaudlsc valued
at $12,021), Inclndlm? 1975 ctls bailey, 50
ctls wheat, (iocs salmon 1)80 gals wine,
100 lls tea, 18 ells corn, 400 bbis cement
and 2GI es canned goods. She Is anchor
ed In the stream
The baik S O Allen Is twenty days out
fiom Departure Bay with coal for this
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tub band will hold tho fnrt at
Eniina Square this evening.
The 8. S. Australia will sail for San
Francisco at noon to-morrow.
This wind blew a regular gale on tlip
summit of Punchbowl yesterday.
Oai'T. Vint hopes to get tho bark
Pass of Leny away tomorrow ovening.
The Wkkkly Bulletin is ready for
tho foreign mail, with much news to
be found nowhuro else.
Now that the grinding season has
about begun, the coasting slcamor
will bo kept pretty busy.
The Scottish Thistle Club will hold
its weekly meeting at tho rooms in
Merchant street this ovening.
Wheeled vehicles were doing lots
of spatter work to-day decorating
tho clothes of pedestrians oti tho side
walk. It is reported that E. K. Lilikalani,
clerk in tho Marshal's oillcu, intends
running as candidate for the next
The temperature by a sclf-registor-ing
thermometer at Mr. V. J. Low
roy's house, Victoria Btreet, went down
to Gl degrees on Sunday.
William Hoopii, alias "Barefooted
Bill," lniB only a four-year sentence to
serve out, as tliu other four charges
against him have been nol pros'd.
At 3 o'clock this afternoon the
Diamond Head Lookout Station re
ported as follows : Bark Mary Glover
off port ; raining hard ; wind north
east. The Anglican Church Chronicle
begins tho new year with an interest
ing number, having many newt items
of church and society and several sea
sonable 8ermonctsof a few lines each.
Owing to tho rough weather pre
vailing along tho Hamakua coattt, the
steamer Waialealo failed to land
freight at Honokaa. She was for
tunate, however, in getting the mails.
An electric light is needed at the
junction of King and Victoria streets
by Thomas Square. It is so dark
there t)iat carriages are' liable to colli
sion with tie curb, in turning the
The Government has put in water
mains on tho streets of Punchbowl
slope near the powder magazine, which
have been largely built on by pur
chasers of Government lots within the
past two years.
The Christmas number of tho Para
dise of tho Pacific has been issued.
It is enclosed in a pretty illustrated
cover of females representing the dif
ferent islands of the group in march
toward the "well of progress."
A platform for the National Re
form Party has been agreed on be
tween the executive committees of
tho Mechanics' Union and tho Hui
Kalaiaina. It. will probably bo sub
mitted to both bodies this week.
Hon. J. A. Cummins held u family
gathering at his country residenco,
Waimanalo, on Now Year's eve. The
New Year was welcomed by tho blow
ing of whistles and serenades by tho
plantation people were enjoyed.
Excellent calendars have been re
ceived from the .Mutual Life Insur
ance Co. Mr. 8. B. Robb, agent in
cluding a table blotter and handy
memo. pad. Mr. C. T. Gulick, agent
for tho famous Burlington roqto, has
presented a first-rate wall calondar
from that concern. ' "
The following change? in the Board
of Education's staff on Maui are an
nounced by a correspondent of tho
Advertiser: Mr. A. Peiser, hitherto a
clerk in Mr. Dickoy's store, takes the
Huelo school; Mr. Craven, transferred
from Waikapu to Pauwela; Miss Hat
tio Brown of Honolulu takes tho
ji correspondent of tho Ad
'annotinces tho following
nominations by tho Reform party for
that island : or Nobles L. A. Thurs
ton und James Anderson. For Repre
sentatives South Wailuku, Edward
H. Bailoy ; North Wailuku, Kaloikau ;
Lahaina, John W, lull u a. Mr. Kalua,
who is In town, says he is running as
an Independent candidate.
II, Kaweweiii und Kaiuuwai, not
ing tho dullness of trudo und times,
thought they would start a Sunday
beer stand. Tho lynx-eyed specials,
howovor, were "after them" and yes
terday thoy woro landed in a prison
cell to await trial, This morning thoy
wore arraigned before tho Police
Justice, when thoy requested a ro
mandment, which was granted.
Ah Lov, who escaped from tho
Prison gang at Waikikj on, December
2d, in broad taylig), lrtB mien re
captured at Koojau. IIo bad been at
liberty about one month und thinking
lie wiu safe vonturod boldly out with
some of his fellowoountrymou who
hud been secreting him. Tlio fellow
was accidentally spied by a bobby and
was arrcBted. On trial before the
Police Court he was given an addi
tional sentence of thirty days to take
effect at tho expiration of present
SUPREME COURT-JANUARY TERM.
Opo Intf of tliu Jnnttnry Torn A
Number or Ciinch Nol Pron'd.
Tliu January term of the Supremo
Court opened at 10 o'clock this
morning, Associate Justice McCully
presiding. Tho usual largo attend
ance of lawyers was present. Deputy
Attorney-General Chas. Urclghton
and Police Court L'roscculor Gard
ner K. Wilder appeared for the
Crown. Tho Hawoilau jurors were
ordered to appear at 1 o'clock.
The first case on the calendar, Tho
Queen vs. Jno. E. Bush, libel, was
nol. pros d. Aslnord & Ashford for
The Queen vs. L. Hoapili. Vag
rancy. Nol pros'd. Appeal from
Police Court of Honolulu. Rosa for
Nos. 4., 5, G and 7 wore charges of
housebreaking against William Hoo
pii, alias "Barefooted Bill." Nol
The Queen vs. Kcma and Laioha.
Maintaining lottery; appeal from
Police Court of Honolulu. Kaulia
and Pocpoe for defentiants. Defend
ants were arraigned and pleaded
guilty to tho charge and through their
counsel asked for a mitigation of
their sentence. fined 100 and
The Queen vs. Kanulia (k.). Lar
ceny, 2nd degree. Plea reserved
from last term. Arraigned and
pleaded not guilty.
The Queen vs. Kamana (k.). Lar
ceny, 3d degree. Nol. pros'd. Rosa
The Queen vs. Waahila (w.).
Lascivious conduct. Appeal from
Police Court of Honolulu. Appeal
dismissed on account of non-appearance
of defendant or counsel, and
sentence of lower Court confirmed.
The Queen vs. Mahina (k). Lar
ceny of cattle. Appeal from District
Court of Koolaupoko. Appeal dis
missed foi non-appearance and sent
ence of the District Court confirmed.
The two charges of libel against
D. L. Huntsman were dismissed.
The Queen vs. Kuni Wun. House
breaking. Hartwell for defendant.
Hartwell retired as counsel.
The Queen vs. Jno. Brown. House
breaking. Plea reserved from last
term. Arraigned and a pica of nol
guilty entered. Neumann assists pro
secution ; Ashford for defendant.
The Queen vs. Omoto. Gross
cheat. Plea not guilty.
The' Queen vs. Akim. Assault
with intent to commit rape. Indict
ment presented, pica of not guilty.
Rosa assists prosecution ; Peterson for
The Queen vs. J. Ferreira. Man
slaughter 2d degree. Plea reserved.
Thurston & Frear for defendant.
I'll meet you at the Brunswick.
C, J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
Button Hples niado to order at No.
4 Qarden Lane. 3Q7 tf
The Brunswick are the only Billiard
Parlors in town, 6 tf
Three impounded horses await the
claims of owners.
A reward is offered for the restora
tion of a gold bracelet.
After Bhaving use Cucumber Skiu
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The course of lectures to bo given
by Mrs. Florence Williams aro cata
The Minister of Interior issues a
proclamation to-day regarding tho
election of road boards.
Crushed strawberries and Rasp
berry Shorbot at Hobron, Newman
& Co.'s now soda fountain. 9
See the advertisement of the "Gold
en Rule Bazaar," the new name for an
old and favorably known store.
Delicious coffee and chocolate will
bo served every morning eurly at tho
Puluco Ico Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel street', ' 221 tf
Tub Pioneer Building and Loan'
Association will hold its' regular
monthly meeting this ovening, at the
Chamber of Commerce Room.
Get your boots and shoes made
and repaired by tho old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. ToennioB, on Eat
Hotel streot. First-olass work, low
NEW YEAR'S AT THE HOTEL.
The New Year's dinner at the Ha
waiian Hotel'on the eve of the holi
day was in point of quality up to the
high standard of the Christmas din
ner. It was much bettor patronized
by other ttian the b,qq(e.d gues'te,
however; showing that Mr. Johnson's
enterprise in catering to the public jb
being increasingly valued. The din
ing room looked voiy cheerful with
brilliant lights ana trophies of tho
flower garden and furnery. One
notablo feature was the fresh variety
of viands, giving a change from the
Christmas menu without any deteri
oration in the general excellence of
the banquet. Hawaiian music was
furnished during and after the feast.
"GOLDEN RULE BAZAAR."
Jfr, W. E. Reynolds, Fate of Mr.
Thrum's bookstore, has acquired the
business established by the lite A.
L. Smith. Ho will retain the agency
of the famous Domestio sewing ma
chine, and will add to the present
largo stock of fanpy goods in tho
store. Mr. Reynolds is to be congrat
ulated on starting for himself, and that
in a well-established business und
handsome new store,
wishes him Buoceaai
Tho I'rcHtrtent. Hiil-a nicotine Willi
About thirty persons, members and
others, attended a special meeting of
the Hui Kalaiaina Saturday evening
at Robuison's hull President J. A.
Kitlioonci occupied the chair and
called the meeting to order at 7:50
o'clock. A press representative,
however, being in the middle of a
heated political argument failed to
comply with the president's call.
The President becoming angry rap
ped the table with a monster cane
and commanded silence, at the same
time exclaiming, "If you can't keep
quiet, vou better go outside. 1 be
gin to rule now 1" Silence reigned,
the sight of the ugly-looking baton
being sulllcicnt to inspire awful
Tho President then announced the
subject, whose discussion occupied
about an hour. Then ensued a de
bate on whether it was advisable to
elect a special committee of three
members from each ward to canvass
the respective waids, or whether the
central was sulllcicnt, to report to
the nominating convention. The
election of a special committee was
lost and the central committee was
authorized to hold meetings in the
different wards, and acquainted
themselves with who was wjio for
legislative honors and the most
Several laughable incidents occur
red at the meeting, which adjourn
at 9 o'clock in disorder. It lay with
the president whether a member
could say anything. Many were
commanded to "Sit down!" and
"Wait till I give you permission to
For Dcecmbor, 1891, frem Weather
Service Rucoids for the Oovernnicut
Station at Puliation.
Average temperature 72.9 F. Normal,
Extreme range of temperature from
minimum 07 to maximum 82
Mean dally range 9.G
Avetage minimum C9; average maxi
mum 78. C.
Average barometer 30.09, normal 30.02.
Daily avorage range of barometer 0.08.
Extreme range 0.37. from 29.90 low
est to 30 27 highest. Low pressure
period about the 12th. High pics-
btire period all the latter pai t of the
month, which has been a continued
"anticyclone," highest on the 25th.
Low temperatures on the 13th, which
brought a regular cold wave, follow
ing the low baiometer. The remain
der .of the mouth has been very uni
form in a temperature higher than
Average relative humidity 74, or about
normal. Absolute humidity 0.7
grains per cubic foot, the lowest
ally average being on the 12th, 4.8,
and the highest on the 4th, 8.2
Rainfall 1.95 in., normal 4 7.
Total since January I, 23.29, normal
Cloudiness 4G percent, normal 41.
Wind average, Beaufort scale, 3.0.
Trades intcriupted 7 days; the usual
avprago for December being 10 days
of trades to 15 of variable winds,
Periods of weather disturbance from the
7th to the I2th,,and from tho 25th to
The first snow fell on Mauna Koa be
tween the 5th and the 8th.
The mouth has been characterized by an
excess of trade winiN, high baro
meter and trade-wind showers, with
abundance of rough weather on the
windward coasts. Variations of
wlud have been to the North rather
thaif to the Houth. causing cool,
pleasant weather in Honolulu, and
indicating probably an excess of
boat along the Equator, I. c., over
the average. C. . I. Lyons,
In Charge of Weather Service.
m m m
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert at Emma
Square this evening, commencing
at 7:30. The following is the pro
gram: l'AUT I.
March Happy Now Year Kappey
Ballet Astorga Abett
Waltz-1001 Nights Strauss
Cavtttlue Mai till Donizetti
Olwl Nanl. Hole Walmeu. LIhl Kal o
Medley -Reverie , Reyer
Gavotte Welcome Kings
Polka Trotzkopfehon Faust
Lancers -Mikado Buc(lotsl
If you are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over
the scat of pain a piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. You will be surprised at the
prompt relief it affords. 50 cent
bottles for salo by al, dealers. Ben
Bon, Smith & Co., acents.
AVVLUABLB Gold Branchy was
lost on Sunday afternoon at Wa
klkl Villa or on roiui tq cl(y. Jttim t
Hawiilhui llo(el and rceplvii 'rowaul.
I li. & h. A.
THE regular monthly meeting of the
Pioneer lbilldlng & Loan Asso
ciation will bo held THIS (Monday)
EVENING, Jan. Ith, at 7tS0 o'clock.
TliKO. F. LANS1NO,
810 It Secretary.
I1EOINS A .
Course of Lectures
JANUARY 6, 1892,
At Mns. 8aNFOI?P B. pp,LES at 10i30
Ololock A. M.
Allllu. Do Htuul.
Goo. JSIlut'H WorlCfci.
Subscription $3; Single Admission $1.
ilia, W. F. ALLKN,
DR. HAMMOND AGAIN.
In llns It .Icliu .iri'cnli'ii for AIiuh
liiK IllH IMffiilly.
Dr. Win. Hammond is still in it, it
seems with botli ftct, and to impress
the fact on the public he had a hack
driver named Bolt Levy arrested for
"violating carriage regulations, in
using abusivo language, demanding
more than the legitimate fare and re
fusing to show card of fares." Dr.
Hammond testified to Hit' effect that
on New Year's eve he had been down
town und decided to ritlo home. The
tloctor soon found a hack and enter
ing it rode out to his home at Palaitm.
On alighting he tendered Bob Levy,
the haekman, twenty-live cents in
payment, but was met with the re
mark, "Dig up another quatterl The
fate is fifty eubts." Tliu doctor did
not agree to this demand and threat
ened to have the law on the Jehu,
whereupon the lattei assailed the
doctor with such sallies as "Keep
your shirt on," and other slangy
terms which the doctor did not think
weie in keeping with his cloth. The
passenger was finally prevailed upon
to settle the matter at the Police Sta
tion. Haekman Levy changed his
mind, however, aud retired, when
Dr. Hammond got out out a warrant
and had him arrested. After hearing
the doctor's evidence, Bob Levy
made a statement. His Honor re
served judgment until to-morrow.
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
For AlniHi" of Alcohol.
It relieves tho depression there
There is a gentle
Dyspepsia, man at Malden-on-
the-Hudson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter iu which it
is evident that he has made up his
miiad concerning some things, and
this is what he says:
"I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
audi think you had
better get another bottle.' I am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed."
NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.'S
NEW STORE (Ui- Stairs).
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
FURNITURE AT AUCTION!
To bo sold at Public Auction, at JAS. P.
MORGAN'S Salestoom, on or about tho
tdtli OF JAKUAHY, 1893,
Tho following articles of furni
ture seized by distraint for lent
1 Koa IlednttMid,
1 Nlove mul Fixture.
1 Sewing UIiieliiiu
1 llurenu, l'lctitreM,
1 Tntile mid. t'Juiii'
fJedii ami Hcdelothing, 1 f lock and othor
articles. J. O. CI.UNHV.
IOK Is hereby
animals will be sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, .fan. 1(1, I8D2, at 12
o'clock iioou, at the Government Pound
1 Itay Horho with white streak on fore
head, U legs white, branded "Y" on
left html leg, "H" on rlL'ht bind leg,
also ''IC" ou left side of neck,
1 Roan Horse with white spot on foio
head, tight hind leg wlitu, all others
blaok, branded "TK' on rlirht hind leg,
1 1SUCK8MU UoifU Wltn wiiite spot, on
forehead., all legs black, bianded "X"
ou right hind leg.
UaTOwncrs of the above animals must
send In their claims within la days,
otherwise they will be sold on the date
above named. I). KAOAO,
Honolulu, Jau. 1, M)2. 311) 21
Iii Holucting your ChriHt
nius Presents don't lorgot
that a Picturo is among tlto
vory bust ami tlmt lv nlauo
o gofc Nli iliKs 1h at King
lira's.) tiutel Street.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreekels' Bank, Honolulu.
HOLIDAY GOODS !
An Unequalled Assortment and a Variety to Stilt all Taste at
104 Fort istreec, Honolulu.
HANDKERCHIEFS! HANDKERCHIEFS ! a most
Complete Stock, the very latest designs and extremely Low Prices. Come
and see our assortment of White Embroidered Handkerchiefs that we offer
for 25 cents.
FANS, FANS, -In Great Variety, Latest
Lisse Fans, in Black, While and Delicate Shades;
Black mid Fancy Colors. Feather Fans.
HAND JiUN BLA.CK LiAOE SGAIU'S.
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,
and PUKE SILK SHAWLS.
f If you are in search of Holiday Goods you will do well by examin
ing our goods and prices, before making your purchases elsewhere.
Will do well to call at our store and examine our slock of
EXQUISITE PERFUMES !
Comprising all the latest and popular odors by the best makers.
Also a fine line of new designs in
TOILET CASES !
To smokers and their friends, we offer the fullest line of
Prime Segars, Meerschaum & Briar Pipes
And General Smokers' Goods to be found in the Kingdom.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
10U Fort Street.
c. j. McCarthy,
Ni:w Cummins' Block, Meuohant Stkket.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED.
Any business entrusted to mo
T Ji T
Ready for the QriddUi in One Minute I
Only Milk or Water Required I
A Ojmhjaaltnn of Meala Entirely New I
Makes Moit Wboleioma and Dellcioni Oakeil
Nothing but pmo CltHAM OF
TARTAR and SODA used for leaven
ing. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT I
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
Han l-'niiidlHiio Aicoiitu.
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rnit this DATiqf
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sign the linn name of
Co WING WO OH AN & OO,
Honolulu, Dee, ill, 1801, UU3-U.
a thing of tho
past to-day, and among other
tilings our merchants found
lots of I. O. U.'s in their
Most people owe something
as a result of the holidays,
but you owe it to yourself
particularly that you buy
where you ean get the best
for tho least money. In the
matter of all kinds of Hard
ware, Silverware and Goods,
usually and unusually, sold
in hardware stores, we think
our plaeo answers the require
ments of everyone.
Novelties; Lace and
Hand Painted Fans in
WHITE SILK EMBROIDERED WRAPS
Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs.
Honolulu. II. I.
COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
and Houses Rented.
will receive prompt attention.
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The Holidays !
WEMER & CO.'S
LARGE NEW STOCK
BY THE AUSTRALIA.
Comprising all the
pertaluing to a
Latest Designs and
OF ALL KINDS.
:iT Prices to suit the times. n
"WENNER & CO.
v-Ttirtf in ivpiai mina tj'pp JH
f Mr. O J. McCarthy will eollojct'iiU mk
my bills, 11 UTOCflUKW, M p ?
Honolulu, Dee. 31. lB'Jl, aoS-luW. . flH
; rvftr riife.
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