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& HOLIDAY DISPLAY
THEQ. H. DAVIE
OFFER THEIR ENTIRE LINE OF
For Sale at Greatly Reduced Rates for
As a Convenience to their Many Patrons, the Entire Stock of
Holiday Novelties has been Moved to the
m GROUND FLOOR
Furnishing & Haberdashery Goods:
Embroidered Lisle Hosiery, iNeckwear,
Silk Shirts. Argosy Suspenders,
Scarf Pins, London Novelties.
Chenille Window Drapery : . ,-
Rugs and Carpets,
Cornice Poles and Fixings.
Oriental House Furnishings:
Japanese Screens, Mirror Screens, Brass Screens,
Japanese Satsuma "Vases, Fine China 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,
1 Lawn Tennis Caps and Blaziers,
Belts, Negligee Shirts, Caps, Etc.
Velvet Pile Center Rugs:
Smyrna Center Rugs, ' fr
Axminster Hugs and Carpets, 5-.
Writing Cases and Albums: ;-
Portfolios, Letter Cases, i
Photo Cases, Purses,
Pocket Books, Calendars.
Embroidered Silk Handkerchiefs:
Open Work Handkerchiefs, Point Lace Handkerchiefs,
Limerick Lace Handkerchiefs,
Vkdnksday, Doe. 21, 182.
Minister Brown said that ho agreed
with the remarks of Xoblo J'otorson
relative, to come of the outer dis
tricts, lie (the speaker) had since
considered that it might be better to
put up tlio licenses, at an upset prices
for each Judicial district. This can
bo so amended by re-reforeiico to
Hop. Smith desired to have Urn
liconsos indicated for Koloa and
Lihuo on tho Island of Kauai struck
Noble- Williams supported tho
motion that thuro bo one license for
oncli island, llo thought Section 1(5
should bo so amonded as to permit
tho Minister of tho Interior to spe
cify plans for tho sale of tho drug,
llo considered that tho matter had
boon talked out pretty thoroughly,
so ho would now move (at 11:25) tho
Tho previous question was put
and carried, and tlie ayes and noes
wore called on tho question of tho
amendment that there bo four
liconsos granted, one for each taxa
tion division, resulting as lollows:
Ayes Ministers Wilcox, Jones
and Brown; Nobles Hopkins, Totor
son, Williams, Mailo, Kauhaue, Hind,
Marsdon, Young, W. i. Hornor, An
derson, McBryde, Kanoa and Droior;
Bops. Kauhi, Kamauoha, Nahiuu,
Kanealii, Edmonds, Kaluna, Akina
and A. S. Wilcox 21.
Noos Nobles l'ua and Iloapili;
Bops. Bipikane, Ashford, Aid, l'ua,
?. V. Wilcox, Kaunamano, losepa
and Smith 10.
Absent Minister Bobinson; No
bles Borgor, Ena, Cummins, J. M.
Horner, Baldwin, Cornwell, Wal
bridgo and Thur.-ton; Bops. Wilder,
Bush, Koahotl, A. Horner, Kapahu
Minister Jones explained his vote
by saying that ho did not believe in
airy license at all. Ho believed that
each and every license was a gate to
hell. Ho would, however, rather
havo four than forty gates, so, a"s"U
war measure only, ho would vote
Bop. Ashford moved that section
15 bo ro-referred to tho Opium Com
mittee. Carried. Ho also favored
action on section I(i. Ho desired a
moment to say that tho steamer
Waimanalo had just been libeled on
account of being charged with being
engaged in the smuggling of opium.
Noble Young said that lie was op
posed to tho bill. It reminded him
of tho Scotch woman analyzing the
word devil. Take l'd" awaj- it was
evil; take "o" away it was vile, and
take "v" away it was ill. llo was of
tho belief that the bill was an ill
ova devil to tho interests ot tho
community. This section (1G) shows
tho horrors of the drug. This shows
that tho necessary paraphernalia
must bo supplied. It reminded him
of a scone described by Burns in tho
poem of "Tain O'Shantor's Bide."
Noblo Williams favored reference
of section 1(5 to a connnitteo for 10
vision. Ponding action tho Assembly at
11:55 took recess until li'M p. in.
The Assembly ro-convoned at 1 :30
o'clock and proceeded with tho con
sideration of tho Opium Bill 1-17
and amendments. Sections 1G, 18,
.'52 and 33 of tho Bill, were ro-roforrod
to tho committee and tho others
One of tho provisions of Section
22 was tho right of ontr3' to licensed
promises of police ollicors, magis
trates, physicians, ministers of tho
gospel and members of the Legisla
ture. Bop. Smith moved that attornoys-at-law
bo added to tho privileged
Bop. A. Hornor moved that news
paper reporters included.
Noblo Marsdon pleaded, for tho
privilego being extended to planta
Bop. Ashford objected to admit
ting plantation managers to opium
joints unless they took holy orders
or gained privilego by admission to
tho Central Union bar. (Laughter.)
All of tho amendments wore lost,
tho boction passed as printed.
Tho Bill was finally tabled to
await futuro consideration on tho
return of tho reports of committee.
Bod. Kamauoha, under suspension
of tho rules, presented a petition
from an individual in N. Kohala
praying for tho return of a twice
paid road tax. Tallied for consider
ation with Section 2 of tho Appro
Tho Appropriation Bill, Section 2,
was now taken up and tho following
items woro passed as horo presented;
nOAl) AM) IlllIDCIlIS.
Completion Tantalus Boad, $1500.
This item was, on motion of Minister
Jones, struck out.
Ewa and Waianao, S2G00.
Extending Hoad west sido Kalihi
Extending School street to Insane
Improving Boad to Bocoiving Sta
tion, Kalihi, S500.
Widening Boad from King street
to Insane Asylum, $3000.
Bonds and Bridges, -Lahaina,
Several motions were ihado for tho
insertion of now items" tuft woro lost,
mid ab tho members continued mak
ing now ones I'losidont Walker
finally suggested to tho members
that it would bo bettor for them to
stop their foolishness. It was simply
absurd to make these appropriations
for roads when it is well known that
we havo no money to spend. Mem
bers wore making these motions, ho
believed, simply to got their names
in tho papers and show their fiionds
abroad that they havo boon trying
to do something, Ho hoped tho
members would uso better judgment.
Bep. Bipikano spoke long and
loudly against, as ho termed it, tlip
President's interference with the
rights of tho members.
Adjournment was had at 3:51.
Notico to tho Public.
The Jfonrst People of Honolulu:
Tho Shirt Question is still in tho
minds of tho public, and 1 wish to
mnko a standing statement in regard
to tho Luning-Johnson matter. On
or about tho( 2d day of December a
lot of old shuts was loft in my olllco
with instructions to repair (hem by
one signed Liming. I did repair
tho shirts, and a few days later this
man Luning, accompanied by, his
wife, called and brought another
shirt to bo repaired, and also asking
to seo tho tirst lot or shirts. I show
ed them and thoy were both well
plea.iod and said tho job was well
done, and told mo that the China
man would call on Monday and tako
them to bo ro-laundried. This was
on Saturday previous to Monchvy
mentioned, ami when I finished the
last shirt I brought tho bill to
Luning at his olllco. Ho got excited
but I did not scare, and 1 simply
told him I would like to collect
money for my work. Ho used some
very hot words and said I had a
chook to ask for my 11101103 then,
and ho said ho would ruin mo, but
still 1 did not scarp. I told Luning
in presence of a witness that ho was
welcome to call at 1113 place of busi
ness, where I havo a room enclosed,
and ho could try on tho shirts there,
but ho would not do it. No doubt
Mr. Luning thought ho had dead
oas3- game, but ho was like tho man
that fell out of tho balloon ho was
simply not in it. I will saj' this,
that in any caso I make now shirts
and if thoy do not give entire satis
faction I will alter thorn, make now
shirts, or rotund tho money. Can
any person do more? I will also
keep in repair all shirts made by me
for two years free of charge, for 1
am as quiot as a lamb.
A. L. Johnson,
Tho Shirt Maker,
Gorad Wio in Doutchland.
Camarinos' Kalihi Ranch
Turkeys, Geese, Heavy Roosters
Now being I-'KOZl.X will be icady for
delivery befoie or on tho morning
of ChiKtmas Day.
DressodAll Ready for the Oven!
HI'ECIAI. LINK OK
Smyrna Figs, Raisins, Dates,
Nuts of all kinds, Etc., Etc.,
For the Holiday anil Festive Season.
Piiccs to Milt the times.
California Fruit Market.
CSf- Mutual Tel. 378. 579-lm
Monday, Nov. 21st
M. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
Hum, 41 1 - THLLPHONKS - Mutual 1U
At McKinley Prices!
Departure Bay Coal
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Chritsmas and New Year
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
KOt! 'I UK PABT SIX MONTHS IN
Elegant, Ooiiclitioii for t,lie TstTole !
We ilo not oiler rfkelolon lllrds for vain at .$l.r0 n niece, but
Good Meshy, Heavy Birds
DDressecl stiacl loeel If Desired
and )i:i.i'i:i!i:n thu mokninu of day von usk
XQ Live Weight ot lllrds varying from 12 to !M lbs.
Prices to E3-u.it Everybody!
F015 SALE BY
HENRY DAMS & CO.
$12 .A. T03ST!
I ty Delivered to any imrt of Honolulu
EUSTACE & CO.
KM- ItiiiB up No. Ill on Both Tele
Big Cornfed, Farmraised Turkeys
For Christmas !
IW- VQli BAM! AT TDK
KLalilii Poi Factory,
682.1m W. I. WILCOX.
Ou.mmin.E3' Bloolc, Fort
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I. & D. Wrought Steel
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their ITew
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumaim St., Ground Floor,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS t
SIT.OIAIi DISPLAY OP
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
fiue "w.A-:r,:e i
3ST-w- IR.-u.gs aiad Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, lYoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
To Lot or Xioase.
rp'0 N101CLY KUll
X. nished Hooniri, een
trally located. Inquire at
IIum.ktin Oillce. 3M.tf
NKWHOUS15 OK 1-MVK
rooms, on Magazine
Miruui. wan jmtiirouni, liar- ftis 1 11 & siiTZJ
cut W. 0.. ti roiiuuaiiils &&92s:
unouf tlio Illicit view iii Jlouuluhi. Apply
I lTT.tl 1 I Al ' I V ,
1 f -vt f
J. M. VIYAB.
XI OK C!OTTA(iK OX
lterelanla stitjct, near
X. lterelanla stiect. near aCXji
Pilkoi Mrcet. eoiilaininu' K lrS
. -2 lU-drooniti. Italli- J2ii''.uS:
room, Dinlngrooin, Panliy and Ivitehen,
Kervant's room, Carriage llou-o, Htalilo. ete.
TninicaiH p;js every 0 iiiluiitos. Aijiiy at
ollleo of thin paper. lfih-tf
CtOTTAfli: TO LKT OX
Iv i 11 ir Klrent. Intnlv nc-
eiipleil by ilin. KleinliiK,
eontalnlnu Two Kedrooinu, s4ii4S)SlSL
Parlor, Dlnlngioom, Kitulum and llatli
100111; uImi Ktahles, CnriiiiKU llout-e and
Bervanth' Ounitora; reai-ouui)lu rent. Ap
ply to J. V. HOWl.Klt.
K 1 ri C"iiTJB
lly A. M. ItinTKXCOUltl',
Veterinary Surgoon and Healer in lloi08,
corner ileretunia and Piinulibowl btu.
.Mutual loleplionu .'177.
rplIK WKUIvLY IlULLIVriX-'JS COL.
A. umiwof Inturt'iitiug Heading Matter.
Inlands, $1; mulled to foreign countries, 5.
Bruco & A. J. Oartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpiIAT PLEASANT SU11
A. urban Cottage' on Nuu-
ann .sn-cct. adioiuinu' t ho J
reiidoiKo of Sir. Tlioiuub
Siiroiifon. nleelv annolntcd and with agree
able Mirnmndiug-i. bulled to a Hiuall family
and within an easy romovo from tho liea't
of tho City. Terms if 18 per month.
rpiIAT VKIIY DKSIIt
.1. able Itosldenee at jiro
Rent oeeupied by James
lAiyv us a iiumuaieau, siiu-
.'"IV ..-. .. .J..U. V .1, Dim- 1
ate on King h tree I opposite the rebidoneo
of Dr. (I. P. Andiows. Iloitho contains
KlllLri. Ijirlrir. Uliitiifr.innm . .1 fjinrn Iteil-
roouiH, Kitehun, etu. ltoomy Stabfiis and
Kervant's (tuners in rear; only 10 inin
tltei' walk to tlio Post OUlee. Posbe.ssiion
given in March, lb'.).!. WO-tf
NOTK lloforo beeking or eloping bar
gains olruwhoio, it will pay you to bean our
column, and to at ouco consult the under
signed at their otllee.
ffif-Wo keep property in first-class con
dition. Our lei ins are moderate and as
laudloids wo will always be found reason
able in our dealings.
& Apply in each caso to
BRUCE or A. J. OARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright Ilitlltliiig," Merchant street.
The Daily Jiulletin is delivered by
carriers far 50 cent yet month,