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CHRISTMAS & HOLIDAY G
As a Convenience to their Many Patrons, the Entire Stock of
Holiday Novelties has been Moved, to the
fisr GROUND FLOOR
Furnishing & Haberdashery Goods:
Embroidered Lisle Hosiery, Neckwear,
Silk Shirts, Argosy Suspenders,
Scarf Pins, London Novelties.
Chenille Window Drapery:
Oriental House Furnishings:
Japanese Screens, Mirror Screens, Brass Screens,
Japanese Satsuma "Vases, Fine Cliina and Porcelain,
Tea Sets and Urns, Mush Sets, Silk Goods.
Standard Mechanical Toys:
Dolls, Dressed and Undressed;
Endless Presents for Children,
Wheelbarrows, Ships and Carts.
Christmas and New Year's Cards:
Fine and Artistic Holiday Souvenirs,
Art Novelties for -the Season,
McLaughlin's Picture Books.
Wakefield Rattan Chairs:
Hall Chairs, Fancy Tables,
Lamp Stands, Flower Vases.
Croquet and Lawn Tennis Sets:
Outing Shirts, Bicycle Shoes,
Lawn Tennis Caps and Blaziers,
Belts, Negligee Shirts, Caps, Etc.
Velvet Pile Center Rugs:
Smyrna Center Rugs,
Writing Cases and Albums:
Portfolios, Letter Cases,
Photo Cases, Purses,
Pocket Books, Calendars.
Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs:
Open "Work Handkerchiefs, Point Lace Handkerchiefs, '
Limerick Lace Handkerchiefs,
Laces, Silks, Velvets,
& HOLIDAY DISPLAY
THEIR ENTIRE LINE OF
at Greatly Reduced
"Rugs and Carpets,
Axminsler Rugs and Carpets,
Cornice Poles and Fixings.
Tuesday, Dot;. 20, 1892.
Tho Assembly ro-oonvonoil from
recess nt I :.'?() o'clock and proceeded
with (lie argument on consideration
of the Opium Hill section by section
or to indefinitely postpone.
Minister Jones considered that
money obtained from such a source,
even if a largo amount, would bo
polluted. Licensing would not stop
smuggling. Ho was strongly oppos
ed to tho bill.
Aftor some further discussion tho
motion to indefinitely postpone tho
bill was put, mid the aye and nay
vote- taken thereon showed .SI against
tho motion to 12 in favor, as follows:
Ayes Ministors Wilcox and .Tones;
Nobles Teterson, Kauhane, J. M.
llornor, Young, Ualdwin and W. Y.
Hornor; Hops. Bush, losepa, Smith
and A. S. Wilcox- 12.
Noes Ministors Uobinson and
Brown: Nobles Berjior, llookins.
Pun, Cummins, Williams, Mailo,
Hind, lloapili, Mar.sden, Walbridgo,
Anderson, McBrydo, Kanoa and
Droier; l?ops. Wildor, Bipikano,
Ashford, Aki, Pun, Kauhi, 1?. W.
Wilcox, Ivnunamano, Knmauoha,
Nahinu, White, lvanealii, Edmonds,
Kalinin and AKina SI.
Absont Nolcs Ena, Cornwall and
Thurston; Hep. Koahou, A. Homer,
Waipuuani and Ivapahu.
Tho vote was on motion ro-con-sidorod,
and then Bill 117, relative
to opium licensing, camo up for con
sideration section by section.
Noblo Williams under suspension
of the rules reported from tho Print
ing Committee that tho report of tho
special committee on tho Electric
Light Bill was readj'.
Section 1 of tho bill, permitting
any porson to import opium and
enter tho same in bond. Passed.
Section 2. Withdrawals of opium
from bond to bo mado only by
licensed physicians, tho Board of
Health and chemists and apothe
caries. Duty to bo 100 percent ad
Sections. Indicating affidavit to
be mado by Board of Health, phj-si-cians,
chemists and apothecaries on
withdrawal of bonded opium. Passed.
Section -1. Punishment for pli3"
sicians who allow uso of opium out
side of professional practice; first
offense not less than 5100; second
offense licorso to practice medicine
Section 5. Providing for punish
ment for chemists and apothecaries
who supply opium other than to or
on recipe of physician. Passed.
Section (S. Punishment for other
peoplo who may obtain opium from
Board of Health and misuso tho
Section 7. Stamps to bo obtained
of tho denomination of $1.50 and S3.
Ponding action on Sections, tho
Assembly, at 3:51, adjourned.
Notice to tho Public.
The, Jion, .,( JVoj,,. Honolulu.
Tho Shirt Question is still in tin
minds of tho public and I wish to
make a standing statement in regard
to tho Luning-Johnson mattor. On
or about tho 2d day of December a
lot of old shirts was left in my oilier
with instructions to repair them by
ono signed Luning. 1 did ropair
tho shirts, and a few days later this
man Liming, accompanied by his
wife, called and brought another
shirt to bo repaired, and also asking
to seo tho first lot of shirts. I show
ed thom and they were both well
pleased and said tho job was well
done, and told mo that tho China
man would call on Monday and take
them to bo re-laundried. This was
on Saturday previous to Monday
mentioned, and when f finished tho
last shirt 1 brought tho bill to
Luning at his ollice. Ho got oxcited
but 1 did not scare, and I simply
told him I would liko to collect
money for my work. Ho used some
very hot words and said I had a
check to ask for my moiioy then,
and ho said ho would ruin mo, but
still I did not scare. 1 told Luning
in jirosonco of a witness that ho was
welcome to call at my place of busi
ness, whore f have a room enclosed,
and ho could try on tho shirts there,
but ho would not do il. No doubt
Mr. Luning thought ho had dead
easy game, hut ho was liko tho man
that foil out of tho balloon ho was
simply not in it. I will say this,
that in any case I make now shirts
and if t hoy do not give entire satis
faction 1 will allor tliom, make now
shirts, or refund tho money. Can
any person do nioro? f will also
keep in ropair all shirts mado by mo
for two years free of charge, for 1
am as epiiot as a lamb.
A. L. Johnson,
The Shirt Makor,
Gerad Wio in Doutchland.
Do j-on want a wife? "Blow," i. o.,
advertise "Are you losing your
grip?" Advertise. Is your landlord
"dunning" you for last week's rent?
Advertise, Do you want to soil last
year's Pea Pods? Advertise. Do
j'ou want to buy a "dorg"? Adver
tise. Does "King street" loom omi
nously ahead? Good friends, roinoin
bor tho Itond to Success and adver
tise. Mr. J. O. Boswoll, ono of tho host
known and most respected citizens
of Brownwood, Texas, suffered with
diarrhoea Torn long timo and tried
many different remedies without
bonoiit, until Chamborlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea llomody was
used; that relieved him at once. "For
sale by all doalors. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agonts for tho Hawaiian Isl
Pictures! Pictures! Pictures! Don't
forgot to include a picture with vour
Christmas prosonts and that King
Bros, have a lino lino of nowsubjocts
of all sorts with prices to &uit tho
Kawaiiaii Harflware Co., L'fl
Saturday, Dec. 17, 1892.
Chandeliers at low prices
are still moving; it's the price
that takes them away and
there's no one bidding against
you. It's astonishing how many
people wanted good light but
held back for fear the price
was against them. You have
another chance this week if
they are not all sold.
Rookwood, the most beauti
lul of all American pottery is
about half the price it was two
years ago without any change
in quality. Some choice vases
are of exquisite tints and artis
tic decoration equal in effect
to Crown Derby or Royal
Worcester. Your cabinet will
be improved by the addition
of one or two pieces.
Two very handsome sets in
silver for tea service will catch
the eye of the man who wants
to impress upon his wife the
fact that he is the very best
husband in the world. The
price is insignificant compared
with the beauty it adds to your
table and the high appreciation
which your good wife will have
The cut glass cream pitchers
mentioned in this column last
week are really the most beau
tiful pieces of this ware we
have ever had. The shapes
are odd and the cutting equal
to the most expensive bits
manufactured. One piece of
cut glass is as much value in
table decoration as any thing
you can buy. Some of the
olive dishes are duplicates of
the very handsome ones shown
last year; others are of an en
tirely new pattern, shell shaped
and the quint essence of love
liness. Another invoice of Royal
lemonade shakers will enable
us to meet the demand for
Christmas novelties, If you
don't object to planting lemon
seeds in your stomach the old
style shaker will answer; some
stomachs rebel at such food
and it's to those people whose
" innards" won't stand it that
we mention the new style
shakers. We have never shown
one to a person yet but what
a sale was made and the pur
chaser felt that he had the
best of the bargain. That
means that they are cheap.
Carving sets are always in
demand at this season. Visions
of aged turkeys, sold as the
genuine variety, appear to the
man who has to do the carving
and he yearns for a sharp tool
to do the work with. If you
do not need a set of carvers
we can supply you with a
"Jointer" made especLilly for
carving fowls. The little knife
grinder will help out the peo
ple who do not want to incur
the expense of buying new
People who live in Oriental
splendor come to us for their
lamps. We have some
styles suited to that class as
well as less expensive ones for
the people who class them
selves as plain every day peo
ple. Everything is in having
the goods for" the masses. You
seldom have to go elsewhere
for anything in our lines, they
are always full and we sit up
nights to see that we are not
short on anything. That's
how we come to please the
Oriental splendor people.
Banquet lamps in old silver
are among the handsomest of
ornamental and useful things
for the parlor. No matter
what you may furnish your
room with it looks badly if the
lamp is not all right. Put a
good lamp on a smart table
and your furniture may be of
Nor'west; it's the lamp that
does the business.
The Transit, arrived today,
brings us new cutlery and
Haviland China in time for
Christmas and Schultz Cart
ridges that will help you bring
in game enough for the meal,
Clothes Wringers for wash
day and many other things for
private or plantation use.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,-LW
Opjio. Bprockols' Jilock,
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A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
koi: Tin: part six months in
Elegant OonciitiorL for tlie Ta,Tole !
Wc do not oner Skeleton tllnlo for snlo nt Jl.fiO n picco, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed a,iicl Ioecl If Desired
and iinuvr.i:i:n this mounixu ok hay kor usk
V- Live Weight of ltirils varying from 12 to 20 lbs. -rt
Prices to Smit ESvenTybocly !
KOI? RAU2 BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Cumralng' Bloolt, Port Street.
1. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaataiaim St., Ground Floor,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF J8EW GOODS !
SPKOIAI, DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
lT&-w R,vigs and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
To Lot or IiCaso,
JL nixbeil liuoniH,
NKWIIOUSi: OK FIVE
I'oom-, Dii Maga.inu
Htjcct, with Jiatlitoom, int
ent V. O.. etc. ConiiimmlN
one of tho lliK-st viowH in Honolulu. Aily
tO (l-') J. M. VIYAB.
ANION COTTAOK OK 4 ,Xr",n.
Jlurutanin btieot, near rTivr7Sv.wi!
JMiUoi btroct, uoutuiiiiiiB JffliJiKuSt
i'arlor, 2 Jk'ilrouuih, Hath- ia&Qs:
room, Diuingroom, 1'antry and Kitchen,
Bcrvnut'b room, Oarriago Jlom-o, Ktablu. elo.
Tiuiiiciiih ma.s ovury 2u iiiiimtus, Apiily at
olllco of this jiajiur. l.Vvtf
po'ixun: to i.irr ox
J Kliiu Struct, lately oc
I'liplcil hy Mis. KluiuiiiKi
contiihiiiiK Two lluiliooms.
a U J
Tailor, JllniiiKioom, Kiuliim anil llatli
looni ; also Stnhli'-i, CarrliiKu Jloiiho ami
HuivantH' Quarters; u'iimjimIjIu runt. j
lily to J. F. lloVJ,i;jt.
Jly A. M, JlirrTKN'COUHl',
Vetuilnary Burgeon uml Jlealerin Horses,
corner Jlcrctaniii mul l'unuhbowl ts.
10 Mutual MoUinliouu i)77.
rpilK WKKKUV JIUUXTIN a. COI.
JL niuns of Interesting Ituuding Matter.
iBlundb,$l; mailed to loruicu countries, $ 5.
nd Xmas !
VIES & CO.
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
WHAT PLEASANT SUlt-
X urban Cottajjo on Nun- I
iiiiu hiri'ui, uujuiiiuiK wiuj
luhlduiii'u of Mr. Tlioinas
Koruusou, nleuly aiijiointed and with agrte
alilu Miriouiidiugs, Hiiited to u Hiuall family
and witliinau cay rcmovo from tho heat
of tho'C'lty. Terms if 18 jier mouth.
mil T vi.'.iiv iivenr.
. able llualduiiL-u at ,)ro
n'lit oeuujiied by J.iiues
I lll'll Ilk ) lllitlllikll lIIm.
aid mi King htreet opnosito tho rebldenco
Ijirge I'arlor. Jliiiing-ioom, a iJirgo Ucd
loiinih, Ivltehen, utu. Jtoomy Stables and
bervant's (Juaitors in roar; only 10 mln
uti'V wall; to tho Post Olllco. Possession
glvoii in March, lfe'J'i. WB-tl
NOTH Jlcforo hcuking or closing bar
gains olhowheio, it will pay you to bcanour
coluuiu, ami to at once consult tho under
signed at their olllco.
&-'v kcoji iiroiicrty in first-class con
dition, Our tonus are modorato ami as
landlordK o will always bo found reason
able In our dealings.
9 Aiijily in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIQHT,
"Caitwriglit Jluilding," Merchant blrcct.
The Daily Jlulletin in delivered by
carriers for 60 cento yer month,