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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND APTBH OCTOUKH 1. 189.'.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
l.onvc Honolulu... 0:15 8:45 1:15
Arrivollonoullnll.7:!20 0:57 2:57
LcavoHonoullull..7:30 10:43 3:1,1
Arrive Honolulu .8:35 11:55 4:55
1'KAiit. City Looai,.
I.cavo Honolulu 5:10 ...
Arrivo Pearl City 5:1S ...
Leave Pearl Olty..(l:55
Arrive Honolulu. 7:H0
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
IVY C. J. tYONB.
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Mon. 6 5 20, 5 0 10 10i 0 SO 21 5 18 7 17
Tups. 6 0 10 B SOlll 10 1 0 0 23 6 18i 8 21
Wed. 7 411 fi 0 12 0 2 20 0 2.1 B 18' (1 2B
Tliurs. 8 7 IS. 7 0 2 B0 .... 0 20 S 18 10 25
FrI. 08 270 04 02 00 20 6 lfl 11 1!)
Sat. 10 0 0,11 OB 0, 3 0 0 27 fi 111, ....
Sun. 11 10 0 12 C 6 0 5 0 0 27 5 lt) 0 12
Last Quuttcr of the Moon on the loth tit 3h.
Mm. p. in,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, DEC. 6, 1892.
TunsiiAY, Deo. (1.
Stmr C it Bishop from Kalaupapa
Btmr V G Hall from Hawaii and Maui
LOOAli AND GENERAL NEWS.
Lowis J. Lovoy lias singing unrniry
birds from Japan for salo.
Divors woro ongagcd on tho bar
yostorday looking for any obstruc
tions. Diamond Hoad, 3 p. m. Weather
clear; wind light north; steamer W.
G. Hall 15 miles off.
A vossol will load in II. llackfold
& Co.'s lino at Liverpool for Hono
lulu in January next.
Tho candidates for South Hilo are
Josoph Nawahi and J. Akina, tho
latter a half-Chinese.
Koports of tho Garstin-Kn
marnago and tho Y's social a
forrod for want of space.
Tho S. S. Yamashiro Maru carried
away to-day for Yokohama 191
Japanoso steorago passengers.
Tho band will givo a concert at
tho Hotel this evening for tho bene
fit of tho guosts leaving by tho S. S.
Tho Firo Police will hold their
monthly mooting this ovoning. Every
mombor's prosonco is desired. New
members are to bo admitted.
Tuesday, Deo. 2.
S 8 Yanmsliiro Maru, Young, for Yoko
hama and Hongkong at 12 noon
Stmr Kilauca Hou for l'aauhau, Kukaiau
Stmr Claudine for Maui and Hawaii at 5
Stmr Mokolii for Molokni at 5 p m
Stmr Hawaii for Laliaina and Hamakua
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Sclir ICawailani for Koolau
Tho third salo of tho holiday
sorios, and tho first ovoning salo, will
bo hold by James P. Morgan on
Saturday ovoning noxt, beginning at
7 o'clock. Goods will bo on view
from 1 p. m. Friday.
Mr. H. Lincoln Holstoin of North
Kohala, Hawaii, has been licensed
to practico in all tho Courts of tho
Kingdom, on tho favorable report of
examination mado by Messrs. Hatch
and Rosa by ordor of tho Supremo
H. G. Troadway, tho popular ox
sheriff of Maui, loft on tho S. S.
Yamashiro Maru to-day for Japan.
His many friends wish him a safe
return in good health. Mr. Tread
way arrived in town by tho Claudine
An accident happened about 11 :30
o'clock this morning on Fort street,
to a carriage in which Mrs. H. Wode
houso, Mrs. J. H. Boyd and children
woro seated. In front of Ka Mailo
store tho horse stumbled and Master
Boyd was thrown out, but was not
hurt. Tho occupants woro moro
scared than hurt.
"Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Australia, Houdlette, for San Fran
cisco, at 12 noon
Stmr Jas Makee for Kapaa and Hanalei
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr Bishop 2S10 bags sugar, 80 hides
and 15 pkgs sundries.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Claud
ine, Dec 0 Hon A F Judd and familv, A
McKibbin, Mrs Von Tempsky, E D Bald
win and wife. Rev Wainman and wife, J A
Miller, L von Tempakv, L Hughes, J
Bowler, C V Dudoit, F V Beckley, H 1
Baldwin, E H Bailey, Miss M Baldwin, J
B Ahcong, Miss Forbes, A Kosa, Mrs M J
Kamos and child.
The steamer Iwolani took 50 Japs for
Kauai, and the Hawaii 145 and Claudine
311 for Hawaii to-day.
The 'White Star's projected steamer is
planned to eclipse anything afloat in point
of size, speed and elegance. Tho project
has been known of for some time, but tho
details of dimensions and speed and the
fact that the contract has been let to Har
land & Wolf of Belfast only reached here
to-day. The new llyer will be 700 feet long,
twenty feet in excess of tho Great Eastern.
Her beam will be a fraction over sixty-live
lect, her engines will be of 30,000-horse
power, and are calculated to turn her three
screws fast enough to drive her twenty-live
knots an hour. It will tako nearly, if not
quito, two years for her to build, and when
completed "tho guests on her trial trip will
have a promenade deck 230 yards long.
Exchange, Nov. 0.
GAKSTIN KNUDSEN At St. Andrew's
Cathedral, December 5th, by the ltev.
Alexander Mackintosh, Mr. Herbert
H. Carotin to Miss Maud Knudsen.
HIl'A At tho Kapiolani Maternity Home,
Monday, December C, 1802, to the wifo
of Nahora Hipa, a son,
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Ah Fat, John Malay, Nupopa, Ko
oni Akana and Ah Young woro ar
rested at tho Tong Hing Soeiotj' on
Saturday for having opium unlaw
fully in possession. This morning
in tho Police Court Ah Young was
discharged, Ah Fat sentenced to one
year's imprisonment, and tho others
fined $100 each and costs. An ap
peal was noted.
Mrs. Fisher's house on Liliha
street was entered early yesterday
ovoning and $50 stolon therefrom.
Near midnight Joo Clark, with tho
aid of two doss and a rovolvor, cap
tured a follow intruding on tho
promises. A policeman was found
who took tho prowler captivo. At
tho station ho gave tho name of
Z. Paakiki, an attorney of tho
lowor courts, has beon suspended
from iractico for two j-oars, for con
nection with a forged deed on tho
island of Hawaii. As tho witnesses
who accused him of procuring their
false attestations to the deed proved
themselves to have told falsehoods
throughout, the Justices of tho Su
premo Court woro avorso to disbar
ring a practitioner on tho oviuonco
of men of such bad character.
Chief Justice Judd has rendered
a decision in favor of tho defendants
with costs, in tho suit of tho Oahu
Railway & Land Co. vs. Luvinia
Kapu and W. O. Smith, trustee.
Plaintiff claimed a lot of land at
Opukaula, Waimano, Ewa, Oahu,
containing 2.91 acres. Upon tho
paper title tho plaintiff would in
His Honor's opinion bo entitled to
judgment, but there was abundant
evidonco that tho land had been in
tho undisputed and advorso posses
sion of tho defendant (Mrs. Kapu)
for ovor 20 years. F. M. Hatch for
plaintiff; A. S. Hartwoll for defend
ant. ADVERTISING NOTES.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Tuesday, Dec. fi, 1892.
Vrnyor at 9 o'clock aftor which
roll call and reading of minutes of
Tho following items of tho Appro
print ion Bill were ro-considored to
bo acted on to-morrow, viz.: Salary
of Harbor Master, Salaries Deputy
Attorney-General, Marshal, Portu
guese Interpreter and Translator.
Motions to reconsider the salaries
of Jailor Oahu Prison and Store
keeper. Custom House, woro lost.
Clerk McCarthy, for tho chairman
of tho Financo Committee, read a
report therefrom relative to a loan
fund to be called tho llaniakua and
Hilo Railroad, amounting to $200,
(XX), to bo bonded by tho Govern
ment. Report tablet! for considera
tion with bill.
Rep. Smith offered a resolution
relative to tho question of tho neces
sity of tho Royal signature to
amendments to tho Constitution,
and which question is to bo roforrod
to the Supremo Court.
Rep. Kamauoha did not consider
that it was necessary to refer tho
matter to tho Supremo Court.
Tho President said that tho reso
lution was only in accord with a
previous ordor of tho House and
was simply a matter of information.
There could be no discussion. Tho
At 10:10 tho Ordor of tho Day
being moved, bills on third reading
came up as follows:
Bill 175, to reirulato the hours of
lauor ol certain Uovornniont em
ployees. if op. Smith moved that tho bill bo
indefinitely postponed. Ho said that
ho had voted in favor of tho bill be
fore, but tho more ho thought of it
t ho more dissatisfied ho became with
tho proposed change. Ho considered
that tho Ministers and heads of De
partments had power now to ordor
their offices opon at an- hour and
close at any hour, lie also considered
that tho bill was interfering with tho
functions of tho executive.
Tho Attornoy-Gonoral believed in
not paying salaries to thoso who were
absent more than two weeks at a
time from their work. That portion
of tho bjll ho favored.
Noblo Marsden believed that tho
bill would strengthen tho hands of
tho Cabinet in controlling their em
ployees, lie thought it was in tho
interest of tho community to have
Government officials kept to their
hours bettor than they havo beon.
Ho favored tho passage of tho bill.
Rop. White said that it was well
known what his feelings wore tho
other day in regard to this bill. Ho
Rep, Smith moved that tho bill
bo indefinitely postponed.
On motion of Rop. White tho ayes
and noes wore taken on tho motion
to indefinitely postpone, resulting in
tho motion not carrying by a vote of
25 to 15 as follows:
Ayes Ministers Wilcox, Robin
son, Jones and Brown; Nobles Ena,
Kauhano, Hind, Young, Walbridge,
Anderson and Kanoa; Reps. Wilder,
A. Homer, Smith and A. S. Wilcox
Noes Nobles Hopkins. Fun, Maile,
J. M. Horner, Hoapili, Marsdon, W.
Y. Homer and Droior; Heps. Bipi
kano, Aid, Pun, Kauhi, R. W. Wil
cox. Kaunainano, Kamauoha, Wai
puiiani, Kapahu, Nahinu, While,
Kanealii, Edmonds, Kalunn losopa,
and Akina 25.
Absent Nobles Borgor, Peterson.
Cummins, Williams, Baldwin and
Thurston; Reps. Ashford, Bush and
On motion, Section 1 of tho bill
was amended so as to conform with
tho lately passed Judiciary Act re
garding tho-titlo of Magistrates, and
tho bill was thou passed as amended,
A motion to reconsider wns lost.
Noblo Pun under suspension of the
rules offered a resolution requesting
tho Minislor of Interior to confer
with tho Prosidont of tho Board of
Health and postpone tho tranship
ment of corlain, so-called, suspects,
to tho Settlement at Molokni from
tho Station at Kalihi.
On motion tho resolution was re
turned. Under suspension of tho rules Rop.
White presented a petition from
Moanalua that a policeman bo ap
pointed for that placo. Referred to
At 11:58 recoss was had until 1:30
Still More Fostivitios Personal
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elite Ice Cream Parlors."
nEAVY LOSS OF LIFE FU0M FLOODS IN
SARDINIA AND CHINA.
Information has boon received
with respoct to tho devastation of
part of tho island of Sardinia by a
Six villagos woro destroj'od by the
cyclone, and 6000 persons aro home
less. Fully 100 havo boon drowned,
aud tho survivors doscribo tho
shrieks of tho perishing settlors as
A largo extent of fertile country
in tho island is completely sub
merged. Further particulars of tho over
flow of tho Hoang Ho, or Yellow
River, in China, are to tho offoct
that 50,000 porsons havo boon
It is estimated that 1,000,000 per
sons havo boon rendered destitute
b' tho flood.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
givo a public concert this ovoning
at the Hawaiian Hotel, beginning at
7:30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gram: PAUT i,
Murch Dalhousio . Cooko
Overture Sumiratiilde Hosslnl
Flute Solo You'll Itemoinber Mo .Brooke
Humluiscences of Donizetti Godfrey
l'oli l'umuhuna. I.iko no a Like, Malu
i ko Ao,
Solo snug by Daniel Moe.
Reminiscences of Offenbach . . .Conradi
Comet Duet Lovers' Farewell. . ...Asher
Messrs. Aylett and Kauuikuia.
WulU-1001 Nights Strauss
Medley North and South .... Tobani
Minco Pios can bo had
Palace Ice Cream Parlors.
C. J. McCarthy
ijtroot for sale.
has lots on Liliha
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co,, Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Sinit h iv Co,,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
abovo Hotel, Chronic and bugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082,
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and (51 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
mouth 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Winter & Winter, Dontists. Office,
33 Borotanin street.
Gold fillings $3,00
Silver fillings 1.00
Tooth extracted 50
Eastom Prices. Mutual Tele
At a stated mooting of Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21, F. and A. M., hold at
thoir hall Monday, Dec. 5, tho fol
lowing ollicors wore elected for tho
Andrew Brown, Worshipful Mas
tor. John II. Sopor, Senior Warden:
Henry IS. (Joopor, Junior warden.
Walter M. Gilford, Treasurer.
Thos, E. Wall, Secretary.
For a soro throat there is nothing
bettor than a flannel bandage damp
ened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
It will nearly always effect a cure in
ono night's time. This remedy is
also a favorito for rheumatism and
has cured many very severe ca.se.-,
50 cont bottles for salo by all dealers.
Boiison, Smith k Co., Agents for tho
said that since then ho had had con
versation with some of tho Post
Ollico clerks, and they stated to him
that tho public and not they would
bo tho ones who would bo hit by tho
provisions of tho bill. Tho steamers
arrive from windward at 3 and 4.
o'clock in the morning; thoy would
not attend as now, but instead would
remain homo and come down and
work during tho hours sot. Again,
tho police would only work during
tho hours mentioned, 8 a.m. until
1:30 p.m., and who would then watch
ovor tho slumbering public? (Laugh
tor.) Ho had, since his last conver
sation with tho Post Office clerks,
changed his mind.
Noblo Marsdon (interrupting) If
you considered that tho bill was
bad, why did you sign tho committee
report in favor of it?
Rop. White said that ho would re
mind Noblo Marsdon that in Scrip
ture it says to "not lot tho sun go
down upon your wrath." When ho
spoke the other day ho was angry
on account of tho impudence of the
post ollico clerk. Whon ho wont
home, howovor, and thought of tho
quotation mentioned, ho had a
chango of heart and that was just
before sundown. (Laughter).
Noble Homer considered that it
was in accord with business princi
ples to extend tho hours of labor of
Government omplo'ees. Tt was a
fact that there was a thick crust of
custom, but thoir duties as legisla
tors was to break through tho tradi
tions if a benefit could bo mado to
result. Tho member digressed to
say that, in speaking tho other day
of a teacher who led a young Hawai
ian girl around as a mistress, ho had
sinco learned that the person was
not a regular teacher, but had drop
ped in to fill up a placo. Tho Board
of Education was not pleased with
his statement, so ho wished to make
tho correction. Ho would say, how
ovor, that ho had learned that there
was cause for further remarks on the
same subject and in that special
department. Ho moved that the
bill pass and also moved tho previous
On motion tho ayes and nays wore
taken on tho question of indeiinito
postponement; lo.it by a vote of 21
to 19 as follows:
Ayes Ministers G. N. Wilcox, Ro
binson, Jones and Brown; Nobles
Ena, Hopkins, Cummins, Kauhano,
Hoapili, Walbridgo, Kanoa; Reps.
Kauhi, R. W. Wilcox, Waipuilani,
Kapnhu, Nahinu, Whito, losopa,
Noes Nobles F?un, Mailo, J. M.
Homer, Hind, Marsdon, Young, W,
Y. Homer, Anderson, Droior; Rops.
Wiluor, Hipikano, Aki, I'ua, A. Hor
ner, Kauuamauo, Kamauoha, Kane
alii, Edmonds, Kaluua, Akina, A. S.
Absent Nobles Peterson, Wil
lains, Baldwin, Cornwall, Thurston;
Reps, Ashford, Hush, Koahou.
On motion tho bill passed and a
motion to reconsider was lost.
Bill 12, to amend See. M20 of the
Civil Code relating to tho Masters
and Servants Act. Read aud passed.
Bill 198,'providing for tho punish
ment of tho uso of profane, obscene
or vulgar language. Road and
Bill 199, to amend the law relating
to facilitating tho segregation of
Rop, White moved that the bill
H. R, H. David Kawananakoa seems
to bo as general a favorito hero on
Kauai as ho is in Honolulu and else
where, as evidenced by the balls, pic
nics and inusicalos given in his honor,
ono of the noticeable of which was
a musicalo givou by His Excellency
W. H. Rico, Governor of Kauai, last
Monday ovoning, Nov. 28th, at his
charming residence, "Halonani," Li
huo, wnich was a most delightful
social event. Tho beauty, refinement
and talont of Kauai's representative
citizens gathered to tho number of
upward of ono hundred to welcome
tho young Prince. "Halonani," as
tho name implies, is unquestionably
a boautiful home, and upon this
occasion, with its profuse floral de
corations and illumination, present
ed a most enchanting appearance.
Tho blisses Kainakeo and Maria
Cummins, the vory popular and ac
complished young cousins of H. It.
H. tho Prince, by special request, re
galed thoso present with an exceed
ingly woll executed duet upon tho
piano, displaying great versatility
ana technique, aim gracefully re
sponded to a well' deserved encore.
Miss Grau, of tho Governor's house
hold, then gave some very prettj
piano solos. Miss Anhagon, a per
former of no mean ability, also
favored us with a few numbers vory
Miss Buhlor, an accomplished in
strumentalist, rendered several num
bers, extremely difficult, selected
from tho higher classics, with an
ease and grace rarely oxcollont and
which was thoroughly appreciated
and repeatedly encored, to which she
vor3' kindly responded. Dr. St. D.
G. Walters, tho vory popular Gov
ornment physician, thou sang a
charming little Welsh ballad in ins
sweet and inimitable stylo, followed
by jolly "Bob" Moro with a Scotch
Thou came Mr. Aloxandor with
his delightful baritone and Dr.
Nichols in equally pleasing tenor,
singing ono or two numbers each.
Miss McBrydo sang two or three
numbers and responded to several
encores, having a sweet voice. She
was followed by' others equally
pleasant and last, hut by no means
least, was tho exquisite duet on
guitars by H. R. 11. Prince David
and Mr. George II. Fairchild of Ko
alia. This was ono of tho features
of tho evening and was roundly en
cored, tho gentlomon kindly respond
ing again and again. Tho Prince
played with considerable fooling and
expression, and Mr. Fairchild also is
an export performer.
While this rich musical feast was
going on within tho parlors, outside
on tho spacious verandahs wore sta
tionod three native glco clubs, who
performed between the nuinbors with
glees, native airs and instrumental
selections rendered with exquisite
time and melody. Wo noticed many
members of tho Kainohameha Glee
Club prosont and tho thought pass
ed that tho Honolulu Quintets had
bettor look a trifle out for their lau
rels. Refreshments toothsome and
abundant woro then sorved, aftor
which more music, both instrumental
and vocal, and thou sociality and
conversation were indulged in, and
this brilliant assemblage dispersed,
having enjoyed an evening of music
delightful and long to bo remem
bered. Tuesday ovoning the ladies of
Kapaa and Koalia gave a vory en
joyable progressive euchro party at
tho Pythian Hall. Tho prizes a
pretty clock and mustache cup for
tho leadors woro won by Mrs. Ilugus
and Mr. Stephen King, and of the
boobies a doll baby went to Mrs.
J no. Toms and a toy trumpot to
Mr. Geo. 11. Fairchild.
Aftor cards refreshment, and then
will probably commence noxt Mon
day, and grinding a day or so later.
Mr. Robert More returned last
ovoning from Lihue, whore he has
been under the skilful care and treat
ment of Dr. Walters for tho past
week or so. lie leaves for Honolulu
to-day, which we regret.
Mr. Sain Hundley and Mr. Win.
Eassio Were recipients of beautiful
game fowls of (lie gentleman gendor
from sympathetic friends in the U.
S. Mr. Hundley's rooster made him
self heniil all over (he neighborhood
as soon as he was taken out of the
box and would not be quiet. About
his neck was a ribbon to which was
attached a card with "This rooster
crows for G rover'' written on it. Mr.
Enssie's rooster on the contrary
seemed possessed of a serious impe
diment in his speech in fact he wns
so awfully silent that an inquest was
immediately held when it was dis
covered that he hail "turned up his
toes" and would never "warble"
again, it was intimated that the
probable cause of his untimely de
mise was a slight cold contracted in
the U. S. on or about November 8th
which developed into the grippe a la
Democratic. Mr. ISassio, however,
insists that tlnsis an egregious mis
take, that the bird is not dead, and
that he will astonish tho world with
his songs of triumph and joy, in a
little while -sav about 1K915. If ho
does the world will be astonished
and no mistake. 1 think the bird is
dead, through and through, and that
an overdose of tariff taken with
suicidal intent killed him a genuine
case of a felo-de-se.
t Doctor Parish, the j'oung physi
cian but recently appointed to tho
position on the plantation at Koalia,
leaves for Honolulu to-day and
thence by the steamer Australia for
homo, owing to the serious illness of
His wifo in Oakland. During his
short slaj' amongst us tho doctor
has won for himself tho friendship
and respect of all with whom he has
come in contact. His rather sudden
departure is vory much regretted by
his many lnends here, who wish him
Mrs. C. B. Makee, with her j'oung
lady visitors the Misses Cummins
and Miss Alice Miller accompanied
Prince David to Hanalei Thursday.
The' aro all expected back early
Tho weather still continues blust
ering with sudden and frequent
showers. The wind still northeast.
The general health is good.
Koalia, Dec. 3, 1892.
What about 20 yards or Calico for 1V Sec LEVY.
What about M yards of Whito Cotton for 1? Sec
Ladies and Oliildi'eii? '-See
full value? LEVY
JU V 1
AVho would be pleased to see you?
Who sells for Cash? LI3VY.
Who is the man for bard times, anyway?
75 Fort Street, -
- - Mclnerny Block.
A Sub-Marino Boat.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 3. Tl
marine boat of Prof. George C.
Bakor arrived here yesterday from
Dotroit. Tho vessel, which was
towed from Detroit by a tug, pas.-od
tho heavy gale of last Frid.-iy night.
She weathered the storm by being
lowered ton feet bolow tho surface
and was raised onco every two hours
to enable thoo on board to obtain a
supply of fresh air. No attempt
was made to tibo her own propeller
i and Xmas !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
KOIt THH PAST SIX MONTHS IN
Elegant Oonciition for tlie Talole !
We do not oiler Skeleton ltirdx for salo at $1..0 n piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed a.nci Iceci If IDesireci
AND DKUVKUE1) THE MOUSING OK DAY l'OK USE
lt& I.ivi? Wuigbl of llinls varying from 12 to 20 11)-. -.
Prices to Sxit E-veryloocl-y-!
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
On Saturday, Dec. 1011,
Minstrel & Variety Entertainment
wiMi hi: iiivkn hv tup.
Bostoman Minstrels !
(I'rom tbo U. S. S. Hoitotf.)
Overturo Itoyal Hawaiian Itiuiil
M1SSTUKI, CIKf IjE OK 15.
Four Knil Mon Messrs. Hurry, Suabrookc,
Harry nml Sperry.
Now Costumes I
New Songs I
"NTe-w Jokes I
Kodaks for Christmas !
UN.M.i: TO FIILST 1'AIIT
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Musical Skulcli "Is Huh 17"
Hnrrv anil Lvnns.
Horizontal Har work A. K. Sunst
Clown .A. 11. Conquest
Gorman Charaotur Hong . .D. MuCann
Stump SpitcIi C. li. Huuhler
Aiiici'iunii Kami Jig O. . I. Hurry
Iniliiin Clubs K. Nurcott
Itroad Sword Kcui'lnu. .Stmht ami Norcott
liAi'im mii.i; kaih'i::
" Love in a Kitchen."
Toascr, u lioiiholiold guuiiltnium .1). Harry
I'itchur, a policeman A. E. Monro
Walkur CImlks a milkman O. .1, Hurry
l'uuulopo Cliccii, u Horvaiit A. II, Coui.uo&t
Mrs. Htruckoll, lady of tbiboui-u..V. Undy
"Tlie Clown's Rovenge11
.Messrs. Suiist mid Kulilnr.
"Tho Busted Oho Fa Bank"
A I.mi(;bal)lc Skutcii, illustrating tho
working of the institution. Written by
ono who "was thoic." Characters by the
Company. The whole to conclude with the
"PAtJfU.TMA HAlfP TlTflT.iri"
Overture at 7: in. To conclude at 10::),
Prices as Usual, 50c, 75c. and SI.
IW Jlux I'lan open at Levey's where
Tlckethoan be had for all parts of the house.
dancing was indulged in, altogether
"a right jolly spread" and a delight
ful ovoning. Many thanks, Initios,
Tho little god Cupid has boon
shying his darts about rather pro
miseuous of Into and some of our
young men and maidens have been
hit. Whothor soriously wounded I
shall be better ablo to inform you
Wednesday morning the stoamor
James Makee returned with the rolls
for the mill of the Makoo Sugar Co.,
which was put in placo and tho work
of making ready for tho grinding
season is being pushed with groat
vigor. Cano cutting and hauling
N. S. SACHS',
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Have you swn the AVii Human SuhIk'h at A'. S. Sucht' Sturet
llavi' yau itrrn the Xiyht (i'oii'hs thitl arc xclliny fur J ,(J0 at b'aclm'
1oh neen the
Mew Art Silks jor JJrapen and Fancy Work at
Have yon seen the Moiiminetaire
I'air at Sachs' Store
t 'nit rested 1 tit (Sloven for $l.C(J til
Hy A. M. III:TTENCOlUU,,
Veterinary Surgeon mid Dealer In Hores,
corner lleretania and I'linolibowl uts.
Mutual MelcphoiH) ;t77.
llll'N WEN l'ANO. ALIAS WINO
J Chung has sold all his Interest in
tlioo buildings and leai-o on lleretania
street from Iviihalekal et al, to thu under
signed. Said Wing Cluing will pay all his
outstanding debts in rcgaid to paid pro
perty, tho sale to take elluct from Decern
her 7, IS'U. 1A.N CHO.N'O,
Honolulu, Deo. 3, lbitt, OUO-lw
7ut'c ioit seen
Sachs' Store 1
the Me u Silk Striped and I'olka JJot Cliailles all
Do you know that the Latest Movelties aui Most .Stylish (loods can
tlwinis tic found at Sachs' Store
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
1IY I.AHT STEAMEU A Kl'l.b LINE OK
BLACK QOODS I
Hlaok Cashmere r.Mnch wide, M cents per
yard ond upwards.
Hlack India Lawn, lllnck French l.'twu.
lllack Batteeu in I'laiu and Kigured,
lllnck Calico in I'laiu and Kigured.
lllack, Cotton, Silk and Kid Gloves in all
lllack Stockings for l.mlies ami Children,
lllack Silk Wurii llcnrictto Cloths,
Etc., Etc., Eto.. Etc.
B. F. EHLERS
& CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
lF Dressmaking under thu uuiu,U(;ciuent of .Miss K, OI.AHK,