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K PIANO"" .LAMPS
ggffifejr" Banquet Lamps,
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SiEBW SEASON'S HOLIDAY GOODS NOW':EO MAND
Velvet Pile Center Rugs,
SALAD BOWI S
Cut Glass Ware,
Smyrna Center Hugs,
: Chenille Portieres,
CHINA DINNER SETS,
China Tea Sets,
China Mush Sets
Embroidered Carving Cloths,
Embroidered Pillow Shams,
New Year. .Cards,
Lawn Tennis Sets,
Royal Worcester Yases,
Crown Derby Vases,
Japanese Satsnma Yases
Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs,
Open Work Handkerchiefs,
Point Lace Handkerchiefs,
Limerick Lace Handkerchiefs.
Embroidered Silk Hosiery,
Embroidered Lisle Hosiery,
Wakefield Rattan Chairs,
ELECTROPLATE TEA SETS
Brilliant Ball Given by tho Knights
"When it was intimated a fow nooks
ago, that Koalia Lodge, Knights of
Pythias, would shortly givo n select
ball, tho Indies looked up their even
ing drosses and dainty linory, while
the gentlemen furbished up their
white kids and "elawhaniniors," for
it was gonorally understood that this
was to bo a very "swell affair."
Upward of ono hundred and fifty
invitations woro issued, and on Sat
urdnj' ovoningj November 1'.). a vory
largo and brilliant assemblage of
Knuai's most distinguished oitizons
with others from Honolulu, mot in
thq Pythian Hall, Koalia, to do
homage to tho muse Terpsichore.
Tho floral and Pythian decorations
of tho hall woro simply superb, re
lleetinir ureat credit upon tho artis
tic taste of tho committee in charge
Mr.G.H. Fniichild and Mr.Stophon
King being tho leading spirits, ably
assisted by Mrs. Chas. B. Makeo and
othors. Iforns both in pots and lois,
togothor with roses, lilies and other
cut flowers, woro used in groat
abuudanco. Tho charming effect was
commented upon by 'everyone pro-
Tho music wsis oxcollont and was
one of tho features of tho evening.
Misses Kato Bertolmaun and Kama
keo Cummins performed on the
piano; Mr. Frank Boitolmann, violin;
Mr. Henry Bertolmaun, iluto.
Tho, following is a list of tho in
H. It. H. Prince David Kawanana
koa, His Ex. Governor and Mrs.
Rico, His Ex. G. N. Wilcox, Hon. A.
S. Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wil
cox, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, Mr. and
Mrs. Wishard, Mr. and Mrs. Willis,
Mr. Jno. Hogg, Dr. G. Waltors, Mr.
Do liacy, Miss Anghajen, Miss Gran,
Miss Maroni, Mr. Broadbent, Mrs.
Woltors, Ilov. and Mrs. Is-onberg, Mr.
Aloxandor, Carl lsenborg, Mr. Zol-
lars, Mr. Malui, Miss Butler, Miss
Bacholnr, Mr. and Mrs. Wobor and
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman, from Lihue.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewart, Mr. and Mrs.
,Ellonbrock, Mr. and Mrs. Bryant,
Mrs. Kron,. Mr. A. D. Lindsay, Mr.
Bossolior, Mr. Scott, Mr. Birchinoyor,
Mr. Hulbort and Mr. and Mrs. IS.
Mollor, from Kilauea.
Dr. and Miss Smith, Judge Hardy
and daughter, Mr. and Mis. Cropp,
Mr. and Mrs. Goodacre, Mr. J. K.
Farloy, Miss Bartlors, Mr. and Mrs.
Boorantz, Mr. Burkot and Mr.
Schloichor from Koloa.
Mr. H. P. Favo, Mr. and Mrs.
Borchgrovink, Mr. Kitcat and Mr.
Olmsted from Mana.
Mr. and Mrs. Meier, Mr. Wells,
Mr. and Mrs. O. I&onborg, Miss
Mahlum, Mr. and Mrs. Borchgro
vink and Mr. Kruso from Kokaha.
Dr. and Mrs. Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. Hofgaard, Air. and Mrs. Gib
son, Mr. and Mrs. Stoltz, Mr. Brant,
Mr. Norton, Mr. Francis Gay, Mr.
Ulias. Gay, Miss Gay ami Mr. and
Mrs. Iiobiuson from Waimoa.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrison.Mrs. Contor,
?.Ir. and Mrs. Holonberg. Mr. and
Mrs. Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Perry,
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, Miss Bailey, Mr.
Simpson, Mr. Zumwalt and Mr.
Scott from Makawoli.
Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Dreior and Mr.
Koppler from Eloelo.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lindsay and Miss
M. Lindsay from Papaa.
Col. Z. S. Spalding, Col. and Mrs.
R. C. Spalding, Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Blaisdoll, Mr. and Mrs. Sam. Hund
ley, Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Hugus, Miss
Kato Lindsay, Mr. Win. Eassio, Mr.
Geo. H. Fairchild, Mr. F. B. Smith,
Mr. S. G. King, Dr. Parish. Mr. C.
Ahm, Mr. W. Ottmann, Mr. S. B.
Horner, Mr; S' W. Holmor, Mr. D. E.
Horuor, Mr. J. J I. MoKeo, Dr. Naka
zano and Mr. K. Hatta from Kealia.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Makeo and
daughter, Miss Alice Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. H. Z. Austin, Mr. and Mrs.
Toms, Miss Tunio Toms, Mr. C. B.
Mackonzio, Mr. John Neal, Mr.
Thomas Neal, Mr. E. Lindeniann and
Masters Fied and Leicester Toms
Miss ivnmakce Cummins, Miss
Maria Cummins, Mr. and Mrs. Marks
and Mr. Robert 1M010 from Hono
Of tho visiting Sir Knights
prosont there woro representatives
from several United States lodges,
among whom wo noticod Sir Knight
Samuel Hundley from Washington
Lodge No. 2, Connecticut; Sir
Knight Goodacre from Myrtlo
Lodge, San Francisco; Sir Knight
H. Z, Austin, a P. G. C. and chartor
member of Brooklyn Lodge, Kansas
City, Missouri. Thoro woro also Sir
Knight Dovonll, from Mystic Lodge,
and Sir Knight Ellonbroek from
Oahu Lodge of Honolulu.
Tho program contained fourteen
numbors with several oxtras. Mr.
Adam Lindsay and Miss Nickolsen,
and Mr. S. G. King and Miss M.
Lindsay rogalod thoso piosont with
a vory graceful rendering of tho
Highland Schottischo as ono of tho
extras and woro roundly applauded.
Very many of tho toilets worn by
tho ladies woro costly and elegant,
nud thoy all seemed to vie with each
other and succeeded in presenting
an exceedingly brilliant appearance
rarely witnessed upon tho islands,
A fow of tho most noticeable may bo
Mrs. It. C. Spalding appeared to
advantage in an ologant gown of
holiotropo India silk trimmed with
chiffon lace, and diamond ornaments.
Mrs. Wm. Blaisdoll woro a rich
and costly black India silk with
heavy lace trimmings and noat and
tasteful gold and jowel ornamonts.
Mrs. Ulias. ij. Makeo was graco
kids, full longth; diamond and pearl
Another vory pretty toilet was1
that worn by Mis3 Knmakoo Cum-i
mins, of whito silk lnco with white
satin trimmings, cut somi-dccollotto,
with full longth while kids; whito
satin slippers; LaBollo Franco roses
Her sister, Miss Maria Cummins,
was charming in a whito silk mullo,
somi-decollotto with full whito kid
gloves, whito satin slippors, jewel
and norai ornamonts.
Mrs. Dr. Hugus was vory protty
in a rich black silk laco gown, jowol
Miss Gran of Gov. Itico's party
woro a charming whito mullo gown,
cut decollotto with cardinal silk
trimmings and lloral ornamonts,
with protly effect.
11. It. H. Prince- David and his
charming cousin, Miss Maria Cum
mins, as his partner, woro tho cyno
sure of all this brilliant, assombfago,
as thoy glided so gracefully thiough
the throng of waltzors apparently
unconscious oi tlio attention thoy
attracted, so genuino was their en
joyment. Tho gontlomon vory gonorally
woro in regulation full dross "claw
hammers." whito kids, ntid patent
Tho refreshments woro of un
usually oxcollont charactor and
bountifully supplied. Thoy con
sisted of tho usual sandwiches, cold
meats and fowl, salads, delicious
strong coffeo, cako of many variotios
and oxeeediegly toothsome, sweet
meats, ico cream and bonbons a
menu fit to tempt tho most fasti
dious. Tho ladies and gontlomon forming
tho committees, to whom groat cre
dit is duo for t ho perfect manage
ment and success of the wholo.affair,
aro as follows:
Arraugoinonts Geo. H. Fairchild,
S. D. Jung, Win. Jiassio.
Reception Wm. 31aisdoll, Dr. H.
P. Hugus, Bon Hornor.
Floor S. D. King, Goo. II. Fair
child. Rof roshmont Mrs. Wm. Blaisdoll,
Mrs. Chas. B. Makeo, Mrs. H. P.
Tho smoothness with which all
minor details woro managed was
Carriages wore taken in charge
immediately upon arrival and woro
in readinoss promptly whon dosired.
Altogether tins was tho most onjoy
ablo social ontortainmont ovor given
upon this island. Well done, Sir
Knights of Kealia. You certainly
desorvo tho hearty cheers and tiger
so lustily voiced you at tho conclu
sion of your danco.
Since tho arrival of tho steamer
Jas. Makeo this morning, bringing
us tho first intelligence of tho elec
tions in tho United States, several of
our most popular young gontlomon
havo modified thoir arrangements
for tho coming season, and havo de
cided not to wear whito hats, and
not attend tho Chicago Columbian
Exposition, unless the walking is ex
ceptionally lino. Thoy look chilly
and shiver occasionally as if struck
by a cold blast from tho north. Pos
sibly thoy havo boon submerged un
der the Cleveland landslide.
Col. Z. S. Spalding returned this
morning by tho Jas. Makeo from
Wo aro also pleased to noto tho
return to Kapaa of Mr. C. B. Makeo,
who has beon a sojournor at Lihuo
for tho past weolc or ton days, a
guest of Dr. G. Waltors, who per
formed a successful surgical opera
tion on Cnarley's face.
Tho weather for tho past weok has
beon vory blustering, with an un
usual amount of rain for this sec
tion. The general health is good.
Our special oloction for Noble, to
fill tho unexpired term of six j'oars,
caused by tho resignation of tho
Hon. G. N.Vilcox to accopt his pre
sent position in the Cabinet, takes
place Monday, December 5. Up to
present writing thoro is but ono can
didate, Alpxandor McBrydo having
coiibonted to run.
Kauai. Nov. 22, 1892.
Present Its Aiuuinl Array of
Ami glvos no ovlilcnco of illniintalicd mii
ly on nccount of tho ory of dull times
but meets tho clinngcd c'onditlun of things
by a reduction of prices hi ninny lines
through a saving of American duties on
most Kuropcnn Goods that ovcry woll-
rcgulated family must have. A visit to
T. G. Thrum's Store
106 Fort Street,
Suggested to a little visitor tho thought
that "Sntita Glaus was going to live liuro,"
thus recognizing tho fact as ucllasnamo.
Itoll'crB a variety for twlcction that mnst
bo seen to bo bo appreciated.
Tho selection of llOOKS-delayed en
route will bo hero by return "Australia,"
but the lino of
Booklets & Xmas Cards
Not an old ono of Inst year's stock
in tho lot; with
-.-Calendars for 1893-:-
Are Attractive, both for price and design.
All orders carefully attended to.
i i i i i in in v
The Markets of , San 'Francisco
ARE BROUGHT TO YOUR DOORS
DV MEANS or THE . j
Which is Operated .Directly by tho
Greatest I Newspapers
THE SAN FRANCISCO
W. F. EEYNOLDS, Prop.
Vie Am Constantly HaklngiPurchases
Do. Yon Need Something from
Write To Us About It !
Humbug about our Prices;
mado on a
And never havo to bo reduced.
I'KllKONAI.LY SKI.KCTEI) STOCK OK
Elegant Gift Books
And STANM.1U) ATJTHOKS.
Children's Books Id Illuminated Covers
In Boards and Linen.
Combination.Purses & Card.Cases
Combination Wallets in Alligator,
Snake and Seal Skins.
GAMES OF ALT, DKSOHIFriONS.
DIARIES for 1893
At Ix)er Prices than ever odered In
Lawn Tennis Supplies
Including Itackets, lialls, Hats, Caps, Nets,
Polos and Got.
CROQUET SETS from !fl.r,0 to $12.
CHIUSTSIAS CARDS are out of fashion
and we have in their places a
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
"WHICH CAN NOT BE BEATEN.
Wo can save von monov
secured hundreds of special con'
our buyers havo
tracts which enables us
Watches, Jewelry, Silvorware,
Musical Instrument, Furniture,
Clothing, Dress Goods,
And Thousands of Other Articles
At prices which will astonish yon.
A LETTER WILL DO IT, ALL
tV Write ns for quotations on any
thing that you may need.
lng Through -Ub I
Wo are buying for our customers at
wholesale and you reap tho boneflt.
IC&- Address all communications
EXAMINER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
California, - - D. S..A.
Wl. 6. IRIH &' CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
The Kumfter Wine I
C. J. McCarthy
strcot for sale.
has lots on Liliha
Root Boor on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'h.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Slito Ico Cream Parlors."
Tho singular properties of tho number
nine are well-knoun to arithmeticians.
The following is one of the most interest
ing. If the uaidiual numbors from 1 to 9
inclusive, omitting 8, be used as a multi
plicand, and any one of thorn, multiplied
by 9, be used as a multiplier, the result
will prosont a succession of llgurcs the
same as thut multiplied by tho 9. For ex
ample, if wo wisli a scries of lives, wo take
0 times 9, equal to 4.) for a multiplier:
AEX. CROSS A S0NB'
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
"We aro also prepared to take orders for
Messrs. N. Ob.lEin.clt IsCo.'a
y ertillzors ,
Insuring prompt delivery.
Tins is a superior il'aint Oil, con
uivim; a lastlne or:
Used with driers it gives a splendid
Jmw xjiio a a u suin;i tut ia uuik wiii jh
sliming less pigment than Linseed Oil, and
tasting uruuanoy to
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5
Electroplate Eancy AVnre.
Etc., Etc., IBtc-
coeuiiigly becoming toilot of hlaok
silk with bodicQ somi-docollotto, out
a la Quoon Elizabeth, with rich laco
trimmings; hor synunutricnl arms
being protootod by black undrossod
kids, full length j sho woro diamond
ornaments and La Bollo Franco
Another vory attractivo toilot was
that worn by Mrs. Harry Z, Austin.
It was composed of Oliiuoso silk,
Ponai cloth, white with black
stripes; tho skirt boll-shaped with
doini-train and cut jot trimmings;
tho bodice out Quoon Elizabeth
Bomi-decollotto with laco trimmings,
tho waist encircled with pondant
deep fringoof cut jot; tho arms bo
iug covered with undressed black
After shaving use Cucumbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumbor Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallory, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, 51) and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25o. and BOe, a night; $1
aud'$1.25 a week.
For the Season.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. aro dis
playing Dinner, Breakfast, Chamber
aiul Tea Sots in Doulton Ware and
Copolaud; examples suitable for
presents in Haviland, Copoland,
Royal Worcester, Royal Dovon ami
Bisque; Bisque Figures; Rochostor
Lamps; a fow Fancy Clocks, and
many other artiolos.
Hingham Buckets, plain and point
ed, in nests. Every housokeopor
should havo a supply of thoso.
Refrigerators nud Ico Chests of
tho most improved patterns.
Pictures and Picture Frames.
Picture Framing in all its branches
A visit to tho art rooms is invited,
Mr, W. M. Torry, who has boon in
tho drug business at Elkton, Ky., for
tho past twolvo years, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy gives bottor
satisfaction than any othor cough
modicino 1 havo ovor sold." There
is good roason for this. No othor
will euro a cold so quickly; no othor
is so cortain a proventivo and cure
for croup; no other adonis so much
roliof in eases of whooping cough.
For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawaii
A similar result will bo obtained by using
all the other numbers, Including 8 (72).
Another interesting fact is that thcro aro
words in tho following sentence
nino letters in "EQUITAULK," and nine
"Insuro your life in the Editable Life
BRUCE Se A. J. OARTWRIQQT,
(Joneral Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef
1'ATtAFKINK PAINT CO.'S
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
I. H. CORNWELL,
KOK THE ISLANDS OP
MAUI, MOLOKAI AND
Cocoanuts for Planting!
A small lot of Choice Seed Cocoanuts just
received from Sumoa, They aro of
tho variety known as tho
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cocoaimt!
Which bears its nuts in profusion at 4 to 0
feet from tho ground. Tlioy aro scarco uml
rare nod considered valuable In Samoa
where they coino into bearing at about
four years of ago,
H, E. MoINTYRE & BRO.
Jarboos' Diamond, Enamel, & Ever'
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
Win. Q. Irwin. - Trcsident and Manager
Glaus Snreckels, - - - - Vico-l'resident
W. M. Qltrard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. 0. Porter .--... Auditor
AQENTS OF IHE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OP SAN PIIANOISCO, OAL
C. BKMER .
J. O. Carter President and.Manager
G. H. Hobortson., ,,..., Treauror
E. I'MIIbIjoii ,. Secretory
W. P. Allen Auditor
Hon. 0. K. Ulihon )
S. 0. Allen ...,.,...... Directors
II. Wnterhoube , .)