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OAflU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
VKOU ANI AKTKIl .11 "4 I. 1801.
A.M. A.M. P.M. r.M.
Lovo Honolulu. ..11:15 8i4fi 1:45 4:li()t
Arrive Honoullull..7:2C n. 40 '2:40 &j38f
Leave Honouliull.. 7:30 10:513:51 5:45t
Arrive Honolulu... 8 ::ir. 11:55 4:55 GiSOj
l'KAltl. CITY I.OOAI..
Arrive Pearl City
Lenvo Pear' City. . 0:03 ..
Arrive Honolulu.. .0:40
t Saturdays only.
. Similars excepted.
Titles. Him mill II nun.
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TlllUB. 7 11 O0 10 30 4 00 0 00 0 40 S 31 0 30
Fll. 8.... 1100 4M 0 20 0 40 R 35 130
Hilt. 0 (I 10 11 20 5 20 7 .10 II 40 5 30 2 23
Built lfl 1 OH 11 60 H IKl 8 30l (I 40 B 30 3 32
First qunituruf tlio moon on tho Gth ntSh.
41iii. p. m.
Tbo tlmo sluiinl Tor tlio poit Is given nt 121i.
oni. Osec. (ttilUnlfilitl of Uicenwich tlmo or
Hi. 2Sin. :Usuc. p. in. or Honolulu Observatory
time It Is Riven by tbo stenm wblstloof tbo
Honolulu 1'liiNtiiK Mill, u few uoois nbovo
tbu Custom House Tho sumo wblstlo is
sounded com'ctly nt Honolulu menu noon.
Observatory uioildlim, or 10b. 31m. 20soe. of
!lf ( a-J'
TUESDAY, JAN. 5, 1892.
Htuir W G Hall fiom Maui and Hawaii
Stun Likclikc foi Hamnkiia at 5 p m
S S Austialln, Houdlottc, for Sun Fran
cisco Stmr Olatidine for Maui at 5 p in
Stmr Leuiia for Piuiubau and Ookala at
Stmr O It Bishop for Kaluiku and Puna-
Ibu ut 9 a in
'Stmr Iwulaui for Now iliwili, etc, at 5 pin
Stmr Waliileale for llamakna
Am bktnc Discovery, McNeill, for Sau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Br bk Pass of Leny, Viit, for Portland,
AiiUiktue.S N Castle, Hubbard, for San
Sphr Lihollho for Waimeti, Kauai
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
.j fS Y"Vj J Hll 020 bags sugar, fi coffee,
;r? ' mcuu iiium sun m pKd Hurries,
For San Fiaucisco pqr S S Australia,
Jan 5 Miss B Spalding, Dr Anderson,
F WaterhOuse, J S Park. W T T.onk-
wood, J M uarUey, . Iss Hai neyj' Mrs
Qunltrotigh, Or Hammond, wife and
' child, Capt ED lteid, Miss Creightou.
Mrs II K'MiUdleton, Mrs B W McClies'
nev and son.-' J B Luther. Dr Jno Bro-
M alJi z Jt Beyers, Mrs Suilth and'dimgh
V A ter, Miss A Elliott, a" Il'sists.'M jss Callen-
dor, miss iseueaiot, uro wiiuuni, icev u
Beck, Mrs Tanner and daughter, Robt
' Fiom Maul aud Hawaii per stinr V G
Hall, Jan 5 Mrs E M Jones and 'child;
J M Mouiairat, Mrs F-Soto, Miss H
Aliinii, W T ltobiiison, J G KothWell,
Father-Kuault, 'K D Marsnall, J K Ke--kuula,
T'K Ainahi, Miss Kaliu'akal, J G
Houpill, tico Goodness, Cuing Slug, R
tVeinianp, (Jol S Nonls, W Jf;Smlmlt3
and. clilld, Mrs Mabeldna, V W BaldHvlrr1
Mrs Maupjes Rev TEykyn aud 83 deck.
The steamer Mlkiiliala Is on the Ma
Messrs Sorcnson & Lylo are construct
Ing a large scow for II H.iekfeld & i. o.
The bktue Discovery, MeNolll master,
sailed to-day with a large consignment
of sugar, viz, 10,241 bags valued at $84,
C0G.U5, shipped by 11 Ihickfold & Oo.
Tlie S S Austialla to-day took 4443
bugs sugar, 11144 bunches bananas, and
20 bugs of coffee, besides numerous mis
cellaneous articles. Tho domestic value
of exports is 25,905.22
The steamer W G Hull arrived this
J.UU iwuiuui Lines mo MiKanaia's
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Band will give a public concert at
the Hawaiian Hotel this evening,
commencing at 7:30 .o'clock. Tho
following is the program :
"March Habsburg'. . . . , Jffal
)vSr(k'uo Noilli j()d South ,MoDi
GayoHe Piv:lciito,,..MIeliol Watson
Bolciiilon Madame L'.vrcliidin)....
lfooheno. Pua Alu'iil. Nua i ka Palai.
Medley Tho Black Brigade...... Beyer
WalU -Tho Vlonnolso Czlbulku
Lanceis -Madame Angot Godfrey
Galop P lijcesg Mary.-. ....:: P'Aler
f' :' !; ' .l(iwfliPoiiof. ' V,
SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRISTMAS
The children and adult members
of the Second Congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral are invited to bo
a Christmas tree in the
ary 7tb. Tlie tree wjjl bo lighted fit
Hulf-past 1 p'clock. ( flt
ARE YQUn CHILPREN SUBJECT TQ
V . ma n nrovfinllvn nnil nnrA fnr
""oioup, Chamberlain's Cougli Komody
bus no rival, it is, in fact, mo only
remedy that can always be depended
upon and that is pleasant and safe to
take, riieio is not the least danger
in giving it to children, as it contains
' no injurious substance. For salo at
fiO cents per bottle by all dealers,.
lieuson, Smith & Co., ag
hunilHy schoo room of b t. AniJfew;8
patbcnral, givcp for tlie bunday
flpbool on Thursday evening, Janu
' LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tun band will piny nt Emma
Squaro this evening.
Ik you don't hear tbo phonograph
you'll niiba your happy now year.
TwentY'SUVKN largo bugs of mail
wore despatched by tbo Australia.
Govkiinoii Cloghorn exported twen
ty bugs of Kona collco by tbo Austra
The 8. S,
Diamond HeudS p.m. Iron Mirk
10 mill's nortbciisl; air clear; wind
Skvekal shrubs and plants were
takortjby tbo 8. 8. Australia to-day for
The barkenlinp Disco vory took an
unusually largo consignment of sugar
to-d ay 10,24.1 bags.
A hale of Government land on
Maui will tnko place to-morrow nt
tbo front entrance of Aliiolaui Hale.
Week ol prayer meetings aro being
held nt noonday and evening under
tbo auspices of Central Union Church
The Pacific Hardware Co. opened
their new store to-dny. Tho display
of goods was artistic and drew largo
Edison's phonograph charged with
wit, wisdom and song will be exhibited
to tho multitude at Y. M. C. A. hall
The Government Survey predicts u
change of weather from the south.
Tho barometer ia tumbling faster'n
tho price of sugar.
Bon Levy, tbo jehu who got into
trouble with Dr. William Hammond,
was reprimanded and discharged in
tho Police Court to-day.
A telephone message from Dia
mond Head ut 12:30 o'clock to-day
said that tbo hull of the whaler John
P. West wiib still burning.
OrtANOK peddlers held full sway on
tho Inter-Island dock this morning.
The steamer Hull biought sovcral
barrels of sweet Kona oranges.
The S. 8. Australia look her depart
ure shortly after noon to-day with a
somowhut small list of passengers and
freight. Tho band played the steamer
Mrs. Hutchison, Waikiki, has kind
ly donated a handsome collection of
books to the Scottish Thistle Club.
An early edition o( Burns' poems is
included in tho same.
Jupge h. McCully, presiding at the
January term of tho Supreirie Court,
gao the lawyers "hail Columbia" this
moining, for tficfr non-appearance
when cuses were called.
PASBENqEits by tlm stearner W. G.
Hall say tlio bqrmng vessel John P.
West made a grand sight until tho
masts fell, when it uncounted to noth
ing but a volipne of sinoke.
The executives of the Mechanics'
Union and tho Hui Kulaiuina held a
conference on tho subject of candi
dates at Engine Co. No. l's ball lust
night. No posjtiyc result was attained
in the making ot a tickot.
Three Chinese "dope" fiends were
disturbed yesterday while 'enjoying a
smoke. This morning' on trial in the
PoliceiCourt tn'ey "were found guilty
and fined '$80 each. The prosecution
exhibited a selling outfit in Court.
1 . : ,
HAWAir Engine Company and tbo
Firo Police' will nieet this evening;
Honolulu' and Mechanic Engine Com
panies'iind Hbdk und''Lauder Compa
ny to-morrow cv'eriingjr the "Board of
Represeiati'ves) H.''F: D,.,' Xbursday
Ieu Majesty tho Queon spent New
Year's duy at' Waialliu in A very onjoy
ublo way. There 'was a luuu and
a jolly good time. Governor Clegborn
went down this afternoon on tho rail
way to meet Her Majesty, who ex
pected to return this evening.
A native named Kahuakai assault
ed a Chinaman tlio other day. The
assailed had a warrant issued and the
native was arrested. Ho was arraigned
in tho Polico Court this morning and
pleaded guilty, when His Honor sen
tenced him to thirty days' imprison
ment. Twfi Pbjnpsp rerp (irregted at Win
anair lately for violating suction 2 of
Chapter 21 of the Ponul Code in pro
curing and signing fraudulent signa
tures. There being no District Judge
at the place, tbo trial was transferred
to the Kona District, Honolulu. The
case is on this afternoon.
INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS.
A spppjal mpetjng wrb held at
OaliU'LodKO No. 1, K. of l, on
Monday evening, Jan. 4, 1892, and
tlie following oiilccrs were duly in
stalled for the ensuing term:
P, Degravis, P. C.
E. II. WoIters,.C. C.
J. Buckley, V. C.
B. Bergersep, P.
Gpo. ,Dal, M. V,
Honry Ilossack, K. of Tt. & S.
A. Hagensen, M, at A.
H. H. Smyth, I. G.
D. McCorriston, P. G.
Trustees David Dayton, D. S.
C. ; Tb. A. Lloyd, P. C. ; George
Lucas, P. C.
TIiq Court oppned at 1Q o'clock
this inorning, wen Hawaiian jurqrs
were called, Counsel jri tip two
pages previously reported as having
been dismissed by default asked that
the order bo rescinded, which was
The Queen va. Charles Bartow.
Larceny third degree j appeal from
Police Court of Honolulu. Kaulukou
for defendant. Tried before a Ha
waiian jury, who returned at noon
with a verdict of not guilty,
The Queen vs. Mahina (k). Lar
ceny of cattle ; appoai from District
Court of KooIaupokQ, Being heard.
BURNT A! SEA.
Fate of flu Whaler Join
Thrilling Scene Off Honolulu
Earl; This Morning.
Crew Piokod Up by the Stoamor
W. Q. Hall No Lives Lost
The whaling bark John P. West,
of the James Mackenna fleet of whal
ers, sailing out otJSan Francisco,
took lire off Molokai about 4 o'clock
this morning. The bark bad been off
for a cruise, having called here a few
days ago, nnd Capt. Huntley had de
cided to return to bid his wife another
farewell, us she was to leave on the
S. S. Australia to-day for San Fran
cisco to receive medical treatment.
It will be remembered that the ves
sel called here last week to leave
Mrs. Huntley, she having taken seri
ously ill on the passage from San
Francisco. Captain Huntley had just
left the deck on the termination of
his watch. He retired to his cabin
and turned in. Only a few of the
crew who were on the watch re
mained on deck.
Five minutes after the skipper had
retired cries of "Fire I" were heard
on shipboard. The alarm was given
by one of the crew who bad just
come out of his bunk. He had seen
fire apd smoke issuing from the fore
hatch. The fire spread rapidly to
the between decks, where there was
quite a quantity of coal oil. Captain
Huntley and bis men tried to extin
guish the fire, but all efforts to do so
were ineffectual. The fire was seen
at 4 o'clock this morning while the
baik was off Molokai, and half an
hour afterwards the stern of the ves
sel was blown out.
According to the stories of the
crew it would appear that on seeing
the flames a sailor rushed to the spot
and discovered two blankets between
decks saturated with kerosene oil.
He did not venture near enough to
extinguish it because the flames were
flaring up and would have been dan
gerous to approach. Tho skipper
seeing there was no chance to save
the vessel decided to leave her.
"Lower all boats!" cried Captain
Huntley and tlie order was immedi
ately complied with. Several of the
crew were pulled out of their bunks
aud IiusLcucU out on dec!., without
knowing what was the matter.
The boats were lowered and the
captain and crew, numbering about
thirty-seven, hastened to enter them.
They hovered around till the ship
burnt down lo the water's edge. The
crew then Btared tp rov to Hono
lulu and were picked up by the
steamer W. 'G. Hall. They were
fairly exhausted and. were given
some refreshments on board the
steamer. ' ' "
The steamer could not tow the ves
sel id, as she was beyond saving.
They arrived in port about 8 o'clock
this morning anij quickly sought E.
O. Hall & Sons agents of the vessel.
Two of the crew managed to bring
some clothes ashore in a bag, but the
rest, including the captain, have
nothing but what they had clothing
their persons. No lives were lost and
all are thankful for their safety. The
vessel had matte no catch so far, and
Capt. Huntley had decided to sail up
North after bis call.
Tbo John P. West was a new bark,
having been only about nine years
afloat, and the loss of so noble look
ing a vessel is deeply regretted.
The circumstance alleged of the
finding of a blanket saturated with
oil at the starting place of the fire is
placed by suspicion against a sailor
who was put in irons when the vessel
called here, for insubordinate con
duct after the crew was refused
liberty on shore. It is said this sailor
was a Union man shanghaied on
board at San Francisco, and who
didn't want to tay with the vessel
longer than lie could help himself. As
Capt. Huntley refused to talk until
an official inquiry was held, nothing
but sailors' accounts can be obtained
for anything nowipublished. An in
quiry is being held at the United
States Consulate this afternoon. The
tug Eleu went out to1 the" wreck at
midday, and retUrn.jng at o'clock
reportod t ''siili afloat aud burning,
The fire was apparently subsiding,
however, aud Capt. Rice of the Eleu
thinks it will die out and the hull
HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUB.
The members of the Hawaiian
Camera Club are reminded that the
15 th pf t!ijs !jlon,th. is thd" l&test date
for tlio completion qn,d delivery to
the coimnittep having tho mutter in
charge, of piints intended, for the
auuiial pngo print contest. It is to
be hoped that all members will com
pete, and make this contest, and the
exhibition to follow, a credit and a
FOR ABU3E OF ALCOHOL
Van IIorMforit'a Arid Ikonp!iatr.
Dr, W. E. Oiuhb, Mitchell, Dak.,
says: "It bus proven almost a specUlo
for this disorder; it checks the vomit
ing, restores tho appetite, and, at tho
same titno ullilye the1 fear of impend
ing dissolution, that (b so common to
heavy driukors, " '
KAM0ILIIL1 MURDER CASE.
All t'rorccillnRH linilnl !y an Ontcr
Justice has to go unrequited in the
case of tho Chinaman who died from
tlio effects of burning and wounding
at Kamolliili, when bis cabin was
assailed at midnight by a mob of his
countrymen, he beaten nnd wounded
nnd the cabin burned. It will be re
membered that the jury, after a
week's trial last year, found insuffi
cient evidence to convict the six
prisoners of murder. After their
uischaige for that crime tliey were
arrested on a charge of arson, for the
burning of the house tit which the
victim met his fatal injuries.
Counsel for the defendants entered
a plea of autrefois acquit against
their being tried for the lesser crlmi',
holdiug that their former acquittal
released them from all charges that
might arise out of the circumstances
in which the alleged grenter crime
had its origin. Pending and subject
to the decision of this question, the
Court granted a change of venue
from Honolulu to Ihe Maui circuit.
The following order proclaimed in
Court to-day puts an end to the
"January 5th, 1892. The Queon
vs. Lau Kin Chew and five others.
Order of Court by Judd, O. J.
"In the matter of the six defend
ants charged with arson the majority
of the Court has come to the conclu
sion that the plea of autrefois acquit
made in the case upon which a re
servation was made by tun to the
full Court is good and should be
"The opinion has not been written
out yet but will be as soon as we can
t'Lt at it, but my associates and I
deemed it proper, under the circum
stances, the defendants having been
in jail so long, to announce it now,
and I suppose that all the proceed
ings with reference to the change of
venue were made subject to the
decision of the full Court on the
question reserved, and, although the
case was removed to the Mnui Cir
cuit, litis order discharging them I
presume will nullify that order for a
chango of venue."
WORTHY 'oVa TRIAL
If you arc troubled with rheuma
tism or n lame back, bind on ovor
the seat of pain a piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Yob will be surprised at the
prompt relief it affords. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. .Ben
son, Smith & Co., nccnts.
Here is an incident from the South
Mississippi, written in April, i8qo,
jus alter the Grippe haa visited that
country. " I am a farmer, one of
those who have to rise early and
work late. At the beginning Of last
Winter I was on a trip to the City
of Vicksburg, Miss, .where I got well
drenched in a shower of rain. I
went home and was soon after seized
with a dry, hacking cough. Thjs
grew worse every day, until I had,
to seek relief. I consulted Dr. Dixon
who has since died, and he told me
to get a, bottle of Boschee's German
Syrup. "Meantime my cough grew
worse and- worsp and then the Grippe
came along and I caught that also
very severely. My condition then
compelled me to do something. I
fot two bottles of German Syrup. I
egan using them, and before taking
much' of the second bottle, I was
entirely clear of the Cough that had
hung tp nije so long, the Grippe, and,
all its bad effects. ' I felt tip-top and
have felt that way ever since.'1
PbtbrJ.Brials, Jr., Cayuga, Hines
Co., Miss. 'Q
NEAV AND ELEGANT GOODS
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.'S
NEW STORE (Ui- Mtaikb).
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
TUB regular monthly meeting of this
company will take place THIS
(Tuesday) EVENING, January Gth, at
tho hall of Mechanic Eiiglno Oo. No, -',
at 7:80 o'clock. Every member la re
quested to be present, liiutucb&: Elec
tion of delegate,
311 It Secretary,
npilE aunual meeting of tho Honolulu
1 Arlon will ho held THURSDAY
EVENING. Jiii. 7th, at Arlon Hull.
Election of officers. Members aro re
quested to attend.
311 at Secretary,
FOR SALE or LEASE
RESIDENCE on Lunalllo
street presently occupied
by Mr, J, A, Kennedy, con
taining double parlors, four bedrooms,
dining-room, bathroom, largo diulug
room, Ultelien and paurvj sorvunt's
room, stabling, e,, on tear ol inalu
building, grounds, 300x105 feet, well
laid our. Vacant on 14th August Lot
adjolulng 300x105 feet may bo purchased
ou reusouuote terms,
R. I, LILLIK
With TUeo. II. IJaviea
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Rice & tor Bis!
On THURSDAY, Jan. 7th,
AT IO U'UI.OCK A. .It.,
At my Silcrooui, Queen sdioot, I will
soil n't Public Auction, for account of
whom It may concern:
5000 Best Quality Rice Bags,
5000 " " Sugar "
JAS. F. MORGAN,
311 2t Auctioneer.
FURNITURE AT AUCTION!
To be sold at Public Auction, at JAS. V.
MORGAN'S Salesroom, on or about the
14th OF JANUARY, 18954,
Tho following articles of furni
ture sulcii by tll-tialut for rent
1 Kna HciiMtiMiil,
1 Stove and Fixture,
1 !S(Mviiijj Klticliiiu',
1 llni'tMiu, PicttircN,
1 Table mill t IiiiIih,
1 linuip. Crockery ware,
Heils and Ucdclotlnng, 1 Hock and other
articles. .1. G. OLUNEY.
Beady for the Griddle In Ono Mlnnta I
Only Milk; or Wattr Kcqaircdl
A Combination of Meals Entirely New I
Makes Host Wholesome and Delicious Cakes I
Nothing but pure CREAM OF
TARTAR und.SQDA-Ubed (or leaven
ing. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT!
BUTCH ELL & PETERSON,
Sun XrnnotHoo AeontH,
not m-tu th sat
MRS, FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Course of Lectures
JANUARY 6, 1892, ,
At Mus. SAX FORD B. DOLE'S at 10
o'clock A. 11.
1. Slniu. GJuyou.
ii. iVlme. Do MLuuI.
il. Geo. HuiKl.
4. Gc;o. JCIlot'H Worlw.
Q . .. ..
Subscription $3; Single Admission $1.
MHS. W. F. ALLEN",
zasc 11 t!
animals will bo sold at public miction
on SATURDAY, Jan. 10, 1882. nt 12
o'clock noun, ut the Government' Pound
1 Bay Horse with white stieak on fore
head, .) legs white, branded 'YW'1 on
left hind lug, "II" on right hind leg,
also "K" on left side of neck,
1 Rouu Hoi bu with white spot on fore
head, right hind leg white, till otheis
black, branded "TK" ou right hind leg.
1 Uucksklu Horse with white spot on
forcho-td, all legs black, branded "X"
ou right hind leg.
tttrOwncrs of the abovo unguis must
send In their claim? within 13 days,
otherwise tliey will bo sold on tho date
uboVe named. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, Jan.' 4, 1BW. 310 'if
a'MIE regular annual muotlm; of the
. Hawaiian Fiult & Tmo Oo. will be
held at their ollleu iu Wallukti, Maul, oil
F1UUAY, Feb. 12, 18'J2, at 10 o'clock
A. M W. H.'DANIELS,
81 3p.t Scuetary 11. F, to T. Oo.
fTBOM AND AFTER THIS DATE
r Mr. O J. McOaithy will collect all
my bills. 11 G McUllEW, M D.
Honolulu, Doc. 31. 1U01. 303-lur
ROM AND AFTER TIJIS DATE
TONU KAT POO Is authorl.ed to
sign the linn niimo ol Whig Wo than &
Co W1NO WO OI1.IN & CO.
Honolulu, Dep, :)1, lMU. UOd-lt
In Helectine; your Chrint
inus Presents don't lot-get
that u Picture in aiuouij tlio
very lient nn,d that tho place
to get kuoii things In at King
Bros. Hotel Street.
j$ j I
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
An Unequalled Assortment and a Variety to Suit all Tastes at
104 Fort btreec, Honolulu.
HANDKERCHIEFS! HANDKERCHIEFS ! A most
Complete Stock, the very latest designs and extremely Low Prices. Cotnu
aud see our assortment of White Embroidered Handkerchiefs that we offer
for 25 cents.
FANS, FANS, lu Great Variety, Latest Novelties; Lace and
Lisse Fans, in Black, White and Delicate Shades ; Hand Painted Fans in
Black and Fancy Colors. Feather Funs.
HAND RUN BLACK LACE SCAUPS.
Pure" Silk, extra long and wide.
Hand Satohols, 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 Tabic Covers and Table Scarfs.
r If you are in search of Holiday Goods you will do well by examin
ing our goods and prices, before making your purchases elsewhere.
THOSE IN SEARCH OF
Will do well to call at our store and examine our stock of
EXQUISITE PERFUMES !
Comprising ail the latest and popular odors by the beat makers.
Also a line line of new designs iu
TOILET CASES !
To smokers aud their friends, we offer the fullest line of
Prime Segars, Meerschaum & Briar Pipes
And Gcncial Smokers' Goods to be found in the Kiugdom.
109 Fort Street,
Call at Egan &
AND EXAMINE THEIR NEW STOCK,
Ribbons; Laces, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Dross Goods, Silks,
Fans, Etc., Etc.
NEW CHOICE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY I
We ate showing a choice line of Ladles' & Gentlemen's
SVIacintosh Rain Coats!
(Just the thing for a Uhrlstmas present.)
Silk Umbrellas in Ladies' & Gentlemen's.
tSST FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES, -a
Gall at B. F. Ehlers & Oo.'s, 99 Fort St.,
FOR A PINE SELECTION
Such as TOILET CASES, MANICURE SETS, COLLAR & GUFF BOXES,.
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, ALBUMS,
Etc, Etc,, before tbo assortment is broken.
AND A NKW IMl'OUTATION 01'
DRY & FANCY GOODS.
jf" Will keep open evenings from Sattuday. Dec. 12th, to Chiisttnas. -i&a
c. j. McCarthy,
Nkw Cummins' Block, Meuciiant Sthket.
AL ESTATE BROKER.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED.
gjF Any business entrusted to mo will receive prompt attention.
I BEG leave to notify the public that I
have stalled n horo shoeing shop
at No. 81 Khitf street, next to Wright &
tfous' carriage factorv, where I will bo
glad to meet my old friends and new
ones also, Wo muke n specialty of llrst
chiss horso shoeing. Wo warrant to stop
luterbirltig and can help all luiuu horses,
301 lui OHAS. ROT11LU3LTK3.
Christmas is a thing of the
past to-day, and among other
things our merchants found
lots of I. O. U.'s iii their
Most people owe something
as a result of tlie holidays,
hut you owe it to yourself
particularly 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.
Honolulu. II. I.
COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
and Houses Rented.
It will hooii he too late to
send remembrances to your
friends abroad. So go ut
once to King BroB., on Ho
tel street, and get some of
their pretty anil novel "Ha
waiian" Christmas Cards.
for tho purpose.
J." i! .-' i V
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