Newspaper Page Text
i -, t-j' 5Mr
). ' . " 'l I 1 1 I I I
Y 'PUQ'M AND AFTElt OCTOBER
a.m. r.M. r.M.
Leave Honolulu. .0:lf. 8:15 1:45 4:35f
ArrlvoHoiioulliill.7:20 0:57 2:57 B:35t
,IOAVoHonuuliull..7:30 10:43 3:13 5:42t
'Arrive Honolulu .8:35 11:55 4:55 0:50t
l'r.Aitii City Local.
Lcnvo Honolulu 5:10 ....
Arrivo Pearl City 5:48 ....
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, JAN. 3, 1893.
Sunday, Jan. 1.
Lalialna and Hatna-
Stiur Walalealo from
Stinr Mikaliala trom Kauai
Mosn y, Jan.
Schr Knwnilant from Koolau
Sunii y, Jan. 1.
I' M S S Ilio de Janeiro for San Francisco
Tuesday, Jan. 3.
Stmr Claivllnc for Mnui and Hawaii at 6
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p in
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokai and Maui '
Stmr Kinnu for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p in
Stmr Jas Makcu for Kapaa at 4 p in
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Schr Kawailani for Koolau
Schr Ka Mot for Hamakua
Sclir Kulaiuanu for l'una
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Australia, Houdlotte, for San Fran
cisco, at VI noon
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, 'Wnialua, Moku-
'loia, Kalmku and I'unnluu.
Stmr Mikalmla for Kauai, at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
1'or stmr Mikahala 1200 hags sugar, 110
bags rice, 38 bdls hides, 80 pkgs sun
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Jan 1
Hon H IMialdwin, Miss 0 (Jreen, Masters
George and Itiehard Cooke, Louis Con
radt, W Abbey and child, 3 Ohines-o and 45
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kiniui,
Jan S J Watts, Mr Stalker, J W Jones,
Mr Baldwin, Hov A Ail!, Julia Doiroii,
Miss Margarot Powers, K 1' Low, O K
Wilder and wife, 13 It Hendry, Hon C W
Aahford, S K Kane, J Zablan and 30 deck.
Foroign Vessels Expected.
S S Alameda, Mor.se, from San Fruneij-eo,
due Jan 13
S S Mariposa, Hayward, fiom tho Colonies,
duo ban. 12
Gcr bark H Hackfeld from Liverpool, duo
Am bkt Planter from Port Gamble
Haw bgt Douglas from San Francisco
Vessels in Port.
U S S Boston, Wiltsc, from Hilo
Am bktne Amelia,
Ward, from Port Town-
Am 4-mstd s-elir Transit, Jorgen&en, from
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Haw Ilk Mauna Ala, Smith, from New
castle, N S W
Am bkt Discovery. McNeill, San Francisco
Am bk 8 C Allen, Thompson, San Fran
Ur bk Velocity, Mai tin, from Hongkong
Ger bk llvlgia, Ploeger, Hongkong
Schr llobt Lewers from Port Gamble
The steamer Mikahala will leave to-morrow
aftornoon at 5 o'clock on her tegular
The barkontino Amelia will leavo'in a
day or two for San Francisco with a full
cargo of sugar.
The schooner Robert Lowers has beun
docked at the Fort street wharf, where she
is discharging her lumber.
The barkentino Irmgard, from Newcas
tle, N. S. W., will discharge her cargo of
coal at tho O. It. & L. Co.'a wharf.
Tho Ito3'al Hawaiian Military
Baud, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
givo a public moonlight concert this
evening (weather permitting) at tho
Hawaiian Hotel, beginning at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March Festival Crook
Overture Happy New Year Schneider
Chorus Oh! o Valleys and Yo Moun
Fantasia The Uivals. 1'ettee
Three Native Songs.
Medley Yo Oldon Times Hover
Waltz After tho Hall Gillot
Fantasia On tho Mill.Stream ..Kilenberg
Galop Tho Old and tho Now Year
Honor to a Honolulu Dentist.
Dr. J. M. Whitney has boon in
vited by tho Coiiunitteo on Biology
and Bautoriology of tho World's
Columbian Dental Congress to pre
pare an essay on ono of these sub
jects to bo read before tho Congress.
Among those who have accepted a
similar invitation are Dr. W. D. Mil
ler of Berlin, Dr. J. II. Mummery of
London, Dr. Baker of Dublin and
Prof. W. Y. Sudduth of Minnesota.
Dr. Whitney has furnished articles
for tho Cosmos, tho loading' dental
.journal of tho world.
Booked to Loavo.
Tho following names art) booked
to loavo by tho S. S. Australia to
morrow: John Wood, J)r i-'ioiumi, Mm Long, lion
J N H Williams, O L Juukimin, t) Hllli-h.
unburn, A Voiuig, Miss Young, O (.' Con
well and wife, W 8 Multby, MIsh 1-3 Leu,
Mrs 13 l-'lli.hop,MlssMutiier,A .1 Mugo.m,
wife and uhild, FClieutli, Hll llluugur
unit wife, A It Muuklutokli, J M llln.l. HI)
AliiMiiiilur, J N White, W J) Whlto, Mrs It
II ll.i.i.i . .1.11. 1 .....I ( i ii ' .. t.
tf . "VTi "- "im mum,. i r, .muiut, nil .
H rSpaldlng, Louis Klois, Jr, Dra H Land O
FLeo, MhtsKLIdd, H lilirllcli, Hon It It
Hind and wife, Missus N ami V Willie.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Qucon has not yot signed tho
S. Macauloj? pianoforto tunor, has
a card in this issiio.
Tho Legislature is to-day ongngod
on tho Registration Bill.
Tho regular meeting oi tho Firo
Polico is postponed ono week.
T. H. Davios & Co. offer Towor's
Fishbrand Oil clothing for imlo.
Tho band will eivo a concert at
tho Hotel this evening, weathor per
mitting. A nicoly furnished homo can bo
secured for rent on application to
Government employees cannot
draw their salaries until tho Appro
priation Bill bo signed.
Tho stores on Fort street closed
early on Saturday evening, there be
ing vory few people abroad.
Tho Tax Collector gives notice
that delinquent taxes will have 10
percent added after tho 15th inst.
Tho S. S. Rio Janeiro took tho fol
lowing mail for San Francisco on
Sunday: 85)78 letters and 1(kJ3 prints.
Mr. W. M. GiiFard has our thanks
for tho London Times weekly from
which is takou tho cablo article elso
whoro. C. G. Parsons, tho watchmaker,
notifies all who have loft watches
with him to call for them before
Tho somi-annual mooting of tho
Hawaiian Rillo Association had to
bo postponed yesterday on account
of tho stormy weathor.
Chas. B. Wilson, Marshal, will sell
certain articles bolouging to Yep
Sin, for distraint of rout, in front of
tho Polico Station at noon to-morrow.
L. J. Lovoy will hold a salo of sea
sido residence at AYaikiki to-morrow
at noon, at his salesroom. Thoro is
a uowly built dwelling on tho pro
mises. Owing to tho absence of a Polico
Magistrate, caused by thq expiration
of Win. Foster's commission, thoro
was no session of tho Polico Court
R. Neumann, son of Hon. Paul
Neumann, will leave to-morrow for
school abroad again, after a short
visit homo in company wit h Louis
Mr. John A. Hassingor, Clerk of
tho Intorior Dopartmont, is in town
again from his Pearl City residence,
having improved so much that lie
expects soon to resume his official
Four boj'S entered a Chinese store
on King stieet on Sunday night, but
wore seared off by tho owner, who
gave chase with a club. Throe of
them escaped over tho rear fonco.
A happy Christ mas treu party was
given at tho rosidenco of Mr. Walter
Hill, Postinastor-Gonoral, on New
Year's Evo. Tho hearts of many
young guests wore gladdened with
gifts of those things that little men
and women most desire at this sea
son. For the tree a beautiful spread
ing pino had been secured and bril
liantly decorated. Mrs. Win. H.
Smith effectively carried out tho
rolo of Santa Claus. Aftor tho dis
tribution tho young folks shared a
lino la3rout of refreshments with
their parents and friends. Mr. and
Mrs. Hill made everybody feel at
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
Give a Delightful Naw Year's Social
An impromptu social and dance
was givon at tho K. of P. hall by
Caxtain Cook Lodge, Sons of St.
George, yesterday evening, which
was an onjoyablo event. The wives
and families of members wero pro
sent, making it much of a family
gathering and all tho moro delight
ful. Dancing began at 8 o'clock to
music on tho piano and violin by G.
Schraedor and B. Potrio. Vocal se
lections wore givon between dances
by Messrs. 11. Stevenson, G. Turner,
G. Porter, G. Harris, W. Bolster, and
Miss Cunningham, which wero
pleasing numbers, and won merited
applause. Mr. Stevenson's topical
songs caused ripples of laughter.
During tho ovening light refresh
ments, which included ico cream,
cake, coileo, gingor alo, and other
delicacies, wero passed round. Tho
social was a succoss in every way and
vory creditable to tho coinmiUeo
who had cliargo of it. Tho dmicu
was kept up till aft6r midnight,
when all went homo with happy re
flections of a good time.
Week of Prayer.
Weok of prnj'or meetings will bo
hold in Central Union Church to
morrow as follows:
Wednesday, Jan. 4th Subject,
Nations and Tlioir Jiulors
a.m. riinyor: Hint all needed re
forms may bo advanced; especially
that tho Ikjuor and opium trailic
may bo abolished, and druukeuness,
impurity and gambling may cease.
Letl by Mrs. Mao1 Clement Leavitt.
7:H0-8:;M) p.m. -Prayer: That all in
authority may recognizo their res
ponsibility to God'; and that righte
ous laws may bo enacted anil on
forced. Led by Hov. H. V. Peck.
Mary Kcomakani has takou an ap
peal to a jury agaiiisit Justice Hickor-
ton s decision in Chambers,
mg lite Judgment ol tho
Couit in her suit against
Hoist for an ico eliest.
This afternoon t ho Suproinu Court
is hearing a submission on tho fads
between F. Wuiulonborg, receiver of
C, i, Williams, agaiiihtJaiuos Camp
bell, llartwoli for plaiiitiH'i Brown
lor (leieiuiani. 1 lie tuileiidunt was
going to distrain for rent, but
plaintiff dispute his right to
A PACIFIC CABLE.
Status of the Link About to be
Laid in the South,
Tho Contractors Ready to Couplo Up
tbe Hawaiian Archipelago.
Tho following article is from tho
Loudon Times weekly edition of
November 25, 1892:
In November, 1872, public ban
quets woro hold in London, Adelaide,
and Sydney in colob ration of the
completion of tho grand electric
chain which united the capitals of
tho Australian colonies with tho rest
of tho British Empire. Twenty years
later proposals have been submitted,
in a form which seems to imply seri
ous business, to construct an alter
native service to Australasia, via tho
Pacific. Tho idea has, of course,
boon long mooted. Queensland has
never been reconciled to tho con
struction of tho land lino of 2000
miles through tho heart of Australia
by tho splendid ontorpriso of South
Australia, which, at a cost of nearly
half a million sterling, connected
Adelaido with Port Darwin, the tor
minus of tho Eastern Extension
Company's cablo system. Queens
land was ambitious to construct the
laud link with the company's cable,
via the eastern coast and Cardwoll,
to tho Gulf of Carpentaria. But tho
energy of South Australia, combined
with the ignorance which prevailed
as to the route from Port Darwin to
tho Eoper River, induced tho com
pany to givo tho preference to tho
project of tho southern colony.
Tho idea of an alternative cablo,
via tho Pacific, has long exorcised a
fascination over tho minds of certain
enterprising gontlomon in Canada
and England. Tho Pacific Tele
graph Company was accordingly re
gistered, with a nominal capital of
2,000,000. Though this was not
subscribed then or since, the com
pany submitted proposals to tho
Colonial Confcrenco which assem
bled in London early in 1887 for tho
construction of a cablo from Van
couver Island to Australia, touching
at Hawaii, Fanning Island, Samoa,
Fiji, and Now Zealand; and, in re
turn for a guaranteo from tho Gov
ernments of Groat Britain, Canada,
and the Australian colonies, of trailic
to tho amount of 75,000 per annum
for 25 j'oars, they agreed to grant a
cablo rato of 4s. per word for both
Government and public messages,
and to mako further reductions if
tho estimates of increased traffic
woro realized. A general assent was
givon by tho conference to tho im
portance of cablo communication
between Australia and Vancouver,
but the proposal has not advanced
much beyond "tho region of discus
sion. Mr. Sauford Fleming, C. M. G.,
of Canada, has been ono of the
strongest advocates of tho alterna
tive lino, largeby on tho ground that
it would pass mainly through British
But tho proposals which aro now
made, and which seemed destined to
bear fruit, aro of Fronch origin. Tho
negotiations with tho colonial gov
ernments consulted have been con
ducted through Captain Audloy
Cooto, who, on bohalf of tho So
cioto Francaiso des Tolegraphos
Sous-Marin, has undertaken to lay,
within 18 months, a cablo establish
ing communication between Queens
laud and Now Caledonia. In making
his proposals to tho Hon. T. Un
made, tho Postmastor-Genoral of
Queensland, Captain Cooto distinct
ly declared that tho now lino would
bo tho first section of the main Paci
fic cable that Queensland and Can
ada woro so anxious to have com
pleted. Tho two colonies which
must primarily benefit from tho con
st ruction of tho lino to Now Cale
donia aro Queensland and Now
South Wales, tho former being only
5)00 miles distant and tho latter hav
ing already oxtonsivo commercial re
lations with tho Fronch penal settle
ment. Tho governments of these
colonies appear to have readily ac
quiesced m tho proposal that thoy
should each guaranteo the French
company 2000 a year on condition
that the Fronch Government guar
anteed 8000 a year for SO years; the
company, in their turn, undertaking
to lay, maintain, and work tho lino,
allowing tho guarantors tho free use
ol the section for government mes
sages up to thooxtont of their guar
anteo in each year of the period re
It was furthor agreed that tho
i working oxponses should not exceed
xziuonyear, and that tho receipts
over and above that amount should
go towards tho annual reduction of
tho guaranteo of 12,000, to bo
shared at tho rato of one-sixth for
Queensland, one-sixth for Now South
Wales, and two-thirds for tho Gov
ernment of Franco. Tho cable rato
between Queensland and Now Cale
donia will bo (5s. for a ten-word mes
sage and under (including address
and signature), and (id. extra for
every additional word. Though tho
matter has been kept decidedly quiet
considering tho magnitude of the
political and commercial iutoronth
involved, confirmation lias been ob
tained in Paris of the accuracy of
tho above details. The French Gov
ernment admit that thoy are parties
to tho contract, and it is anticipated
that tho guaranteo of 8(KMI a year
will be ratified by the Chamber of
Deputies next month, and very possi
bly the Submarine Company will re
ceive other help from, them busides.
Hut in auv event tho company have
I Hiillhiieiii faith in their enterprise to
I proceed with it whuthiir the French
Government assist them or not. In
deed, thoy havo authorized Captain
Cooto to announce tlioir willingness
to continue succeeding sections of
the main Pacific cablo with all possi
ble despatch. Thoy aro oven ready
to bogin to lay tho Fiji section at
tho same tinio as tho lino to-New
Caledonia if a guarantee can bo ar
ranged, and also to couplo up tho
Hawaiian Archipelago. With coin
mondablo foresight, Captain Cooto,
when ho first thought of construc
ting a Pacific cable arranged with
the Hawaiian Government to grant
him an annual subsidy of $25,000 for
15 years, provided communication
woro established between Honolulu
and "some point on tho North Amer
ican continent or elsewhoro" not
later than tho first da of January,
18U1. Presumably that agreement
can bo modified as also that by
which Maliotoa, King of Samoa, in
188-1, granted Captain Coote tho ox
clusivo right for 21 years to lay
cables into and out of that archi
pelago, for 21 years from tho time
tho cables aro first landed. Much
has happened to Malietoa Tupu
since ho signed that agreement, and
possibly the protecting Powors
would require to be consulted be
fore it would bo rocognied.
It was at first thought that oithor
Saudj- Bay or Capo Jloreton would
havo proved a convemont starting
point for tho Queuusland end of tho
Pacific cable, but it'has boon found
that neither of these positions offer
such advantages as tho Burnet
Heads, which supply a sholtered
position and a good landing. Though
it is hoped that Vancouver will prove
to bo tho other terminus of the
cablo, tliero is nothing so far to pre
vent San Francisco, or any othor
point on tho Nortli American con
tinent, being decided on. So far as
tho wider scheme is concerned, it is
open to doubt if tho Government
can bo considered in anjr sense par
ties to it. They havo long felt the
inconvenienco and danger of being
isolated from so important a colony
as Now Caledonia, and aro willing to
pay handsomely to havo tho want
supplied: but thoy would probably
open their eyes if they wero asked
to commit themselves to tho heavy
additional responsibilities which
must bo faced bj' some Government
before the main Pacific cablo is liko
ly to bo constructed. Colonial
statesmen aro not blind to tho dis
advantages incidental to tho cable
touching at Fronch territory, but
the seem disposed to pass tliom over.
The Hon. T. Unmade, wjion refer
ring to tho subject boforo a recent
intor-colonial conference, said, "Ho
did not think thoy need trouble
themselves much about that ques
tion, because, first of all, they had
seen how territories frequently
changed hands, and as far back as
1881 thoy would find a treaty of
nations by which they bound them
selves that all cables in time of war
should be considered as neutral.'.'
Tho route, according to Mr. Unmack,
would bo first through New Cale
donia, then Fiji, Samoa, Honolulu,
the Fanning Inlands, and probably
either Vancouver or San Francisco;
but, whatovor route was adopted, ho
pointed out that Klv lino must pass
through somo countries whore the
Government was not su-
The Christmas number of tho
Californian Magazine is attractive
outside with a handsome cover print
ed in brown and yold on bull' paper.
Its Christmas specialties aro tho fol
lowing: "Navioad Christmas Day
with tho Early Californians," by Don
Asturo Bandini; "One Christinas
Dawning," story, bv Clare Carlylo;
"A Christinas Bighorn," with cut
showing tho bighorn, by llonry M.
Clifford; "Christmas at San Luis
H03V' by Augusto Woy; and "A
Christmas in Prison," poetry, by
Topical articles are found as fol
lows: "California Wild l-'lowers," il
lustrated from photographs, ly
Bertha F. Horrick; "'An Islo of Sum
mer Santa Catalina," by Charles
Frederick Holder; "Early California
Millionaires," illustrated with por
traits of Sam Brauiiau', Milton S.
Latham, William C. Kalston and
John Bidwoll; "Methodism in Cali
fornia I.," fully illustrated, by Row
A. C. Hirst, D.D., and "An Ideal
California Colony," fully illustrated,
1)3 John Parsons Rcdpath. "Bran
nan was a Mormon elder," wo aro
told, "who was solected by Brigham
Young to bring a shipload of tho
faithful to California. This was be
fore tho discovery of gold, when the
head of the Mormon Church droain
ed of a great empire either on tho
shores of the Pacilic or on the Sand
wich Islands. He found the place
ho sought, however, by tho Croat
Salt Lake, so that when Brnunan
reached California ho found the
scheme of a Pacific Coast umpire
abandoned, lie made a gioat oll'ort
to induce the prophet to settle in
Hawaii, whore the Mormons 'had
purchased a largo tract, but ho fail
ed, mid fiom that time dates his
if. U. Jtoiuondino, M. D., has a
paper on "Somo Heads of Napoleon,"
illustrated with portraits. "Payable
to Boaror" is an impressive story by
Marion Hill. Tho second article on
"Did tho Plui'iiieians Discover
America?" fully illustrated, appears.
Poems, besides that mentioned
above, are: "Hebellion," by C. Mich
ener; "A Shell," by Clarence Uriny;
"Nocturne," by .lean La Hue Uur
nett; "At Shelley'n Crave," with cut
of Shelley's tomb, by draco El lory
Chaniiiug, and "Truth," by Robert
Hoverly Hale. Tho punting and il
lustrating of this vigorous young
maga.iuu are of a high order.
ed lliiiiM' near town,
Kiiiiiiiio lit lluxriiN Ollli'u.
ALL IMWhU.N'H I1AVINH MJI-T
WiiIcIkh with inn fur nair that urn
it'iiiulniiii; on my lmndnrii hmul, untitled
In ennui nml gut lliein Imfiini tliu llrM da,
of .nll iuxt, mid K tin' Unwlie.i am nut
eat I I'll for thev III In- i-olil til public mii'tiuii
mi Hi-count uf iliiptiriino.
('. 11. I'AIIMINH,
Nu, M, .Nmuiim Kt,, Honolulu, illl-lw
The Event of the
WHAT IS THE EVENT V WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH AKHIVED ON THE "AUHTHAL1A," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
IKTe-w-1 Hovel I In.e2s:x3exisi"ve I
For Motul, flush nml Celluloid, Toilet and Manicure
For luic Sill.-, ll'.mdiminlcri, .lewuled anil EinliroMerod Clmir Drapes
For Pure Linen, Tea, Tray, Table anil .Sideboard Covers and Hope Floss
For Novelties in Hautlpaiutcd Fan- and Handkerchief Sachets
For Fine Leather llantl IJ igs, Card Ciics and a World's Fair Purse
For Ladies' Fine Parasols and Cent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Ciishmcc and Silk Coats, Silk Hats, Silk ami Muslin Hon ids
For Undressed Momqw'tuiro Kid Cloves, tan shades; reduced to $1.00-
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shirts, Wind.-or Scarfs and Silk Pajamas
For Ladies' (Miitlbn Sc.irfn and (Jliilllm Han Ikcrchicfs in delicate shade-j
Immense Variety at Exceptionally Low Prices.
Ladies' & Children's
Ladies and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Ha:
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn "Work
Elegant Heal Lace, Just Opened for tho Holiday Trade.
gJtS Ladies, would do well to inspect our Slock before in iking llieir .selections elsewhere. JXB
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Tin: Al STKAM.SH II"
' ' -A-TTSTIR, ALIA ' '
WILL I.KAVi: HONOLULU
Knli 1111. miovi: pour cin
Wednesday, January 4th,
Tliu iiiuU-r-iiciic'il art- now -irc-i-in-il to
issue Tliroiij-Ji Tii'l.-'t-" from this i-ity to all
H-iuN in the Uniti'il h-tali-s.
l-'nr furtliur lhiitii-uliir-i rt-g.-rdiii--; Fu-iglit
or I'i-soukc ail'l' to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
UlKit (ii-m-rul Aj-vnt--.
Union Gas Engine Co.!
(Iucuriinr-itu-l .May 111, IbflJ.)
JIANUFACTUUKltS OK THE
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC GAS ENGINES.
Horizontal ,fc Ujiri-jlit,
Stationary & Marine,
Ha-) it CliiMilinu KiiKine-',
I'lunjis ,i Luiim-lic.s.
GIS-tf fiolu Aj-uiit for iliuviillnn lslaiuN.
(.'in lie foinnl, us iisii-il, at his rclik-uco,
Alul-cu Htrt-L't, lioxt to lSrithli ('lull, or hy
mrssagc at O. K. Williniiis' storu, Fort
8Xf All work uiiiirauti-i'il ninl vi-Ited 11
second time. I'roiiint attention to all
urdurs. Tuned tho Piano for eoneert of
Muiin, tho eelehrated violinist. OOMni
is a. i. iuctti:n(oui;i',
Veterinary Surgeon anil Dealorin Han.---.,
corner lterutimia anil I'unehlmwl Ht.
g&- Mutual Molophoiio 1177.
FlltST-CLAtiS FAMILY HATHINd
lU-.sort at WiiikiM. Tiiiiiii-no puss
mite. Hneeliil arriiuueiuuntn can ho
iiiiiiln fur Family Hciiics and Kvcuinu
Untiling I'.iitli-N SW-tf
rniuc iNTi:iti:sT is tin: firm oi-'m.
1 Phillips A Co. of .Mr. I-Viiliimiul holilc
ingor and Mr. Solomon LnsM-r irm-o
thiH ilny by liinit.it inn. Tho IiucIih'sh n III
bu i-uiitliimul as iinrctufurc l Mr. Miirki.
Ilii'uii and Mi.s, hiinili l'lilllii, uhu now
coiistltuiii the Mild linn, riieodulc F.
L.niniiii: nml Mini nit- Phillips mo t-.n-li
mitliurlcil lo wlnnuiir linn utiiuo special
puuur uf attorney, .Mr. I.anshii; acling u
.Manager. .m. i-iiii.i.irn v in.
Ilunolultl, II I., Pee. ill, 1M.U. III.VJw
ALL I'KltMiNS JIAVI.MI AtVUUNTti
iigiiiimt Hie l.otfULit I vii Atmnli,v inn
ii'iinw.il in prwkeiil the miiiiii totliiMtinlui
rlglllil nil in- liefurii .1 ANIIAUY !. IMH,
0. J. MiOAIITllY,
Legl.lutlvn Hull, DciiUI, mi, ijlMt
A LAHGE ASSORTMENT OF
Dainty Colored llordor Handkerchiefs at 00c
1.00, ' .2.") and $1.50 per dozen.
value ever n He red) at 20c, 25o. and .'55c.
WONDER OF MODERN TIMES1
PILLS & OINTMENT.
purify the Wood, correct all Disorders of the
Liver, Stomach, Kidneys, and Howels. They
invigorate and rcstoic to health Debilitated
Constitutions, and arc invaluable in all Com.
plaints incidental to Females of all ages.
is an infallible remedy for Bad Leg1", Bad
Breasts, Old Wounds Soies ami Ulcers. For
Sore Throats, Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds,
Gout, Rheumatism, Glandular Swellings, and
all Skin Diseases it has no eciual.
Manufactured only at Professor Hollowav's
7S, u:w ontord m'rekt, london,
Lale S33i 0-U-.JRD SlREET,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, -
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumanu St., Ground Floor,
LARGJ3 ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
Royal Worcester, Crown Derbv. Wednewood and Other B
nTBI "WABB I
3Sr-w I2.-ags and OarjDets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
S- F- E'-EHIXjSJLS &; CO,
3 IPOIT SrPIE3IBT.
Attractions iu Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
2' rtwMwi' Sill: and Unpen, til very low prices,
E-! (Iloee uml Hu ml lure hie Htue, Toilet and Manicure
W'arl; I'msm, Ihlla, F.tc., ;,, nil nuld reijardleHH of cosl,
23' l.tulici' and Mix.ie.s' Tailor-made Jackets, from f?. up,
J.y Headed Sill,, Hlncl; dupes, at inur uwn price,
O" Fans, llusivry and Handkerchiefs in yreut variety,
e-Drewinuldiia Under Iho Maiiaflomout ol MISS K. 0LARK, J4.3
SJtr CALL AT SACHS'.
gjar CALL AT SACHS'.
?- CALL AT SACHS'.
&&- CALL AT SACHS'.
gj&- CALL AT SACHS'.
g)m CALL AT SACHS'.
g&- CALL AT SACHS',
gflr CALL AT SACH-5'.
gjST CALL AT SACHS.
H&- CALL AT SACHS'.
- - Honolulu., EC. I.
VIES & CO.