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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO,
FJtOM AND AFTBlt OCTOUKU 1. 1802.
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THE DAILY BPJjII
MONDAY, JAN. 9, 1893.
Sunday, Jan. 8.
. Stmr Claiulino from Muni and Hawaii
Stiur Mikaliala from Kauai
Stmr Mokolii from Molokal
Moniiay, Jan. i).
Stmr Hawaii for Lntipahochoe, Honohina,
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, Waialua, Moku-
loia, Kahuku and i'uualuu.
Vessels Loaving To-morrow.
Stmr Claudine for Maui and Hawaii at 5
Stmr Mikaliala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr Jits Makeo for Kapna at 4 p in
Stmr AV G Hull for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Cargoes from. Island Forts.
Stmr Claudine 10,790 bags sugar,
Aorn, i5 !mg9 turo, 0(5 bags potatoes, as
cooler cars, ai nogs, 48 Miles, uis lect
koa, 112 pkgs sundries
Stmr Mikaliala 5244 bugs sugar, 50 bags
nee, 44 bags pla, 2 horses, 11 bundles
hides, (iO pkgs sundries.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Clau
dine, Jan 8 Mrs P P Hastings, Miss Kato
Pluming, Miss M Urewcr, Mrs W O Parke,
J P Howler and wife, K H Bailey, (Jlias
Chillingworth, Clias Pardon, Master W
Vida, MissFriel, Miss A Crook, Miss H
Austin, AW Crocket, Master P Alexander,
Loo Long, Miss M Kulua, and 43 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, Jan 8
P Sinclair and wife. Clias Gay, A Sinclair,
Til 'Walker, Alex Kidd. J M Mnlone,
Master J Conradt, Master A Conradt, Mas
ter Kmil Drcier, Master Arthur Kwart,
Muster Charles Iliee, Master Kdwin Andre
sen, Master Gustavo Andresen, Miss Etta
Wilcox, Miss Klsio Wilcox, Miss Alice
Ewart, Miss Edith Kwart, Miss Julia
Lovell, S W Wilcox, W H Kicc. Jr, Mrs W
H Uice and daughter, llalph Wilcox, Prof
P Dodge, Prof Wood. J Lyeett. W Spooncr.
W ISarnhardt, G R Kwart, Jr, Ako, O Y
Atong, and 50 deck.
The steamer W. G. Hall will leave to
morrow morning for windward ports.
The steamer Claudine reports u smooth
passage and nothing of public interest.
The bark llylgia will leave cither to
morrow or the following day for Hong
kong in ballast.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, leader, will
give a public concert this ovoning
at the Hawaiian Hotel, beginning at
Following is tho pro-
March Tho Tourist
Cornet Solo A Silent Smile. .
Solo by W. Avlett
Selection Tho Lombardiuus.
Mikloi. PuuOhiilu. Hiki no mo Au.
Solo sung by Daniel Moo.
Medley Kehoes of the Night . . .Uivicro
Suxuplion Solo Auld Lang Syiiu....
Solo by Joseph Lihornlo.
Puntnsia The Cocoanut Dance Herman
l.aneers Muduinu Angot Levocij
Weok of Prayer.
Week of prayer mooting will bo
hold in the Central Union Church
to-morrow and Wednesday as fol
lows: Tuesday, Jan. 10th. Subject, Tho
Church Universal. 11-12 a. in.
Prayor: For tho manifestation of
tho Spirit in power. Led by W. A.
Bowon. 7:30-8:30 p. m. Prayor:
For tnoro stud' of God's word; for
a spirit of unity; for a largor appro
heiiHion of the mission of tlio church.
Lod by Rov. O. P. Emorson.
"Woiluosilay, Jan. 11th. Subject,
Familios and schools. 7:30-8:30 p.
in. Prayor for tho Young. Lod by
Rov. W. B. Oleson.
School children returned on tho
lBlnnd steamers yostordny.
A Skyo terrier pup at Danville,
a., bit twonty-threo people, all of
whom will tako treat niont at tho
Pastour Instituto at Now York.
It Is now thought that no ofTort
will lie nmdo by tho DomooratH in
Congress to got Now Mexico and
Arizona in as Slates thiN mission.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Dininotiil Head, 8 p. m. Weather
elenr, wind light north.
Jns. P. Morgan will soil pianos
and furniture at 10 o'clock Wednes
day. Hon. Paul It. Isonborg has pre
sented a $75 cornet to the- Koj'til
Thoband will piny at the Hawaiian
Hotel this evening instead of Emma
C. P. Hornor has boon appointed
on tho Lahaina Rond Hoard in place
of O. Kalunkini, deceased.
An annual mooting of tho Catholic
Bonovolont Soeiotj' will bo held at
tho Convent on "Wednesday, at 3 p.m.
Don't miss tho now ad. of tho
Golden Itulo Bazaar. Thoro are
music, mechanism and money in it.
A Chinaman is under arrest for
furious and hoodless driving. The
celestial Jehu will appear to-morrow
Mr. W. R. Castle gave a picnic on
his grounds Saturday to tho Kawai
ahao Sunday School, or which ho is
Tho installation of olhYors of tho
Scottish Thistle Club will take place
this evening. All tho members are
requested to bo present.
lolani, Oahu and St. Louis Col
legos, Pnnahou Preparatory and Ka
wainhao Seminary resumed work this
morning after tho vacation.
Subscriptions are being taken up
for a luau to tho National Reform
moinbors of tho Legislature and the
subscribers on tho day of proroga
tion. Only ono caso of drunkennoss in
tho District Court this morning.
Rather than have tho honor of ap
pearing alone, tho young man for
feited . 'SO.
W. S. S. Co. has allowed another
Chinaman judgmont pro forma on a
suit for damages in tho District
Court in connection with tho Kalni
Tho Chinese planlors aro making
a move to secure tho roloaso of the
sixty-two Chinese immigrants now
in jail for ontoring tho kingdom on
S. G. Wilder and three others loft
town on Saturday afternoon for tho
othor side of tho island in search of
game. Thoy returned early this
morning, having bagged thirty-five
An alarm of lire was rung in on
Saturday night near midnight. The
tiro proved to bo in a house on tho
niakai side of Berotania street and
was extinguished without the aid of
At tho prajor meeting in Central
Union Church this ovening the
thomo will bo thanksgiving for God's
revelation of himself, and for an in
creasing apprehension of Christ's
relation to all human affairs, led by
tho pastor, Dr. Beckwith.
Justin V. McCarthy, a school
teacher at Lahaina, Maui, gave him
self up at tho Police Station on
Saturday for safe keeping. This
morning ho was committed to tho
Insane Asylum by Police Magistrate
Foster at tho request of Dr. Peter
son and tho patient himself.
D. K. Fyfe, once Jailor of tho Oahu
Prison, pleaded guilty in tho District
Court this morning on a charge of
vagrancy. Fj-fo asked that sentence
bo suspended for a weok and Deputy
Marshal Mohrten assented. Tho ox
Jailor will bo exported to Australia
on tho next through steamer.
At tho mooting on Saturday to
consider tho scheme of Mr. A. M.
Mollis for a coil'eo stand at tho
World's Fair, Mr. T. R. Walker,
chairman, and Mr. E. E. Carey,
secretary, wore appointed a commit-
too to make an estimate ol tlio pro
bable receipts and expenditures.
What the Hondry Breaker and
othor soil milverizors can do is
stated in tho Hawaiian Hardware
Co.'s column. There is also some
burning eloquence in re ranges and
stoves, which discounts the argu
ment in tho "million-dollar suit,"
and soino irrefragable logic on
lamps and glassware.
An oilicor found the front door of
H. Congdon & Co.'s store on Fort
street unfastened last night about
11:15 o'clock. Tho back window
was also found open. Nothing was
missing and nothing was found
tossed about. Tho Portuguese .store
man had evidently forgot to lock tho
tloors in ins liurry to catcli tlio car.
The illustrated organ concort at
Kaumakapili Church to-morrow
evening will bo a very attractive af
fair. Tho colored views as shown
by tho photo-opticou aro grand and
of very largo size, and tho music will
bo appropriate Tickets aro now on
salo at Thrum's bookstore, and can
also bo obtained at tho church door.
Tho fellowship mooting at Kau
liiakapili Church on Saturday even
ing was addressed in five languages
without interpretation, by Rov. A.
V. Soares (Portuguese), Rov. J. Oku
(Japanese), Rov. M. Wong (Chinese).
Rev. Ur. Uookwitli (lijiifjlisli), and
Rev. J. Waiaumu '(Hawaiian). Rev.
W. B. Oleson and one of his pupils
of Kamehauiolia, together with Mrs.
Mary Clement Leavitt, world's lec
turer of the W. C. T. U., also ad
dressed the meeting. Hymns wore
snug in tlio ililloient languages to
tho same tunes.
Tho Hawaiian Fruit and Taro Co.
recognizing tho demand of the peo
ple of Honolulu for clean fresh poi
lias opened a store at tho corner of
Qiioou and Alakoa streets for the
s.alo of tho article. The poi is
machine made from fresh taro and
is absolutely free froi.i the foreign
substances usually found in tho poi
sold in the Chinese shops, Mr, W.
F. Wilson, Into with T. II. Uavies V
Co., has been installed as manager of
tho enterprise, mid customers for
largo or small quantities may rely
iiiioii their orders being promptly
FOR A MILLION.
Contest Between Corporations
Over the Waikapn
The Supreme Court Sets Back tlio Dial
to the Old Judiciary System.
Tt was expected that tho hearing
of tho contest over tho Waikapn
commons this morning was to bo the
first boforo the Supremo Court in its
capacity of a strictly appellate court
under 'tho Judiciary Act of 18.)2.
Owing to tho concession of a point
by Col. Macfarlano, with tho object
of saving time, tho Court proceeded
with tho hearing under the old linn
and stylo, as it were. "How this hap
pened will appear, below, compre
hensible or not as it iiiaj' bo to tlio
reader of average intelligence.
Judd, C. J., Bickerton and Dole,
JJ., occupied the bench. Mr. F. M.
Hatch represented tho plaintiff
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.,
while ox-.l udge A. S. Hart well, Hon.
L. A. Thurston and Mr. C. L. Carter
appeared for tho defendant Wai
kapn Sugar Company. Thoro were
only a few spectators. Besides Hon.
Geo. W. Macfarlano, President of
tho Waikapn Sugar Co., there Wore
present: His Excellency Major
Wodehouse, British Minister Resi
dent; Sonlior A. do S. Canavarro,
Portuguese Charge d'Ailaires; Mr.
Pomeroy, a prominent member of
tho San Francisco bar, and, part of
the time, Judge Frear of the Circuit
Court, lions. Saml. Parker and II.
When tho Court opened Mr. Car
ter for the defendant objected to
tho Chief Justice's sitting, on the
ground that under the now Judi
ciary Act he was disqualified, ho
having rendered the decision in tho
Supremo Court below, on tho appeal
Irom which tins hearing was ap
pointed. The Chief Justice claim
ing the right to sit tho point was
about to bo argued, but Mr. Macfar
lano instructed his counsel to waive
the point, and the Chief Justice sat
to assist in loviewing his own deci
sion, according to the procedure
supposed to bo abolished with the
Tho caso as it now came up was a
suit In equity brought by the Ha
waiian Commercial te Sugar Com
pany against tho Waikapn Sugar
Company, to obtain a partition of
tho Waikapn commons by sotting
apart to tho II. C As S. Co. tho land
heretofore tied and cultivated by it,
as alleged in tho bill, under a parole
agreement of partition made be
tween Clans Spreckols ami Henry
Cornwoll; tho rospoctivo grantors of
the parties, and ratified and con
firmed by tho grantees.
Tho bill also asks for an injunc
tion oi the Waikapn hugar Co.'s
action against the Hawaiian Com
mercial ic Sugar Co. for recovering
possession of an undivided half of
tho commons and for .$1,000,000
damages for having been oxcluded
therefrom. Tho bill further asks
for an accounting.
Tho Chief Justice, before whom
tho caso was heard, made a decree to
tho Direct that the 11. C. & S. Co.
had used tho common proport3' by
tho consent of tho W. S. Co., there
fore was not liable to account to it
for profits. From this decroo an ap
peal was taken to tho full Court.
Tho main contentions in the caso
may thus be stated, viz.:
1. Was tho exclusive occupancy of
the commons by tho II. C. & S. Co.
amicable and consented to by the
W. S. Co?
2. Whether such occupation was
or was not amicable in either case
is tho II. C. &S. Co. liable to account
to tho W. S. Co. for a share of pro
fits? Tho W. Si Co., as represented by
Geo. W. Macfarlano, owning, when
tho proceedings began, half the
shares, claims: (1) That tho occu
pancy by tho H. C. & S. Co. was not
consented toby tho W. S. Co., and
(2) that whether it was consented to
or was not, the II. C. & S. Co. must
in either caso account to tho V.
S. Co, for oroiits made by its
exclusive occupancy ol the common
Mr. Carter read the pleadings on
behalf of the original plaint ill', Col.
Macfarlano, and, when ho concluded,
submitted that his client had tho
privilege of opening and closing tho
Mr. Hatch hold that according to
the practice the plaint ill" in equity
had tho opening and closing.
Mr, Thurston maintained that the
Waikapn Sugar Company having es
tablished a certain position, the bur
den of proof to displace it rested
with tho plaintiff company. In a
caso of such importance, however, ho
thought that au opportunity should
bo given either party to reply to 11113'
statement of fact or law made by
The Chief J list ice gave t ho opinion
of the Court in accordance with Mr.
Thurst ou's latter presumption.
Mr. Hatch then began his argu
ment for the Hawaiian Commercial
it Sugar Company. This company
had rained sugar on the laud held in
common through having a supply of
water for its irrigation. The Wai
kapn Company had also raised sugar,
but a much smaller aiea than the
In answer to the Court .Mr. Hatch
made a statement of the dill'ereut
Mr. Thurston interpolated that
tho Waikapn Co. had cultivated 300
acres, tho II. C. t H, Co, WXJ() auros,
while 3000 acres was loft uncultivat
ed. Tho 5000 acres was not cultivat
ed at ono timo, but from 3000 to
1500 was in constant cultivation.
Mr. Hartwoll obsorved that a
much largor area would havo been
cultivated had water been available
Mr. Hatch said Ihoro was no proof
to support this contention. A largo
part of tho unoccupied common was
devoted to pasture. He maintained
that tho burden of proof of an
ouster was a matter of defense on
the part of the defendant, Con
tinuing, ho road from the evidence
of Clans Spreckols below, showing a
verbal agreement between himself
nml the lato Henry Cornwell regard
ing the use of the land. It was aftor
the agreement that the Waikapn Co.
was incorporated, and tho Waihee
ditch was also dug afterward. Mr.
Spreckols was never aware of any
opposition to ins company s occupa
tion of tho land. There was an
understanding that tho Waikapn Co.
should havo tlio othor side for cat
tle. It was tho finest land in tho
kingdom but was useless without
water. Similar land in tho neigh
borhood sold for $1 au acre. Thoro
was a written agreement with tho
lato Mr. Cornwoll, but ho didn't
know whoro it was now. Ho had
pain .zu,uuu lor a nan intorest 111
tho land, becauso ho was able to
make it valuable with tho water of
Mr. Hatch proceeded for some
timo reading extracts from tho testi
mony of dilferont witnesses. Ho was
about to read from tho deposition of
John D. Spreckols, when
Mr. Carter renewed tho former ob
jection to tho deposition, on the
ground that no 0110, at tho timo tho
deposition was taken, was authorized
and no ono was present to represent
tho Waikapn Sugar Compaq-.
Mr. Thurston backed up tho argu
ment in objection, saying Mr.
Spreckols served a uolieo of tho
hearing "on tho air."
Mr. Hartwoll followed, relating
further particulars of tho situation
when the deposition was taken. An
appeal was pointing on tho ruling of
tho Court that Mr. Macfarlano could
not sue in tho name of tho company.
Mr. Hatch replied, contending
that Mr. Macfarlano was never at
any time under any legal disability
to appear at tho taking of tho de
position. He was personally served
as tno recoru siioweil. it was cor
rectly held before, ho contended
that this deposition was admissible.
ALr. Hart well said thoy could have
made Mr. Macfarlano a co-rospond-ont,
if they chose, but thoy did not
do so. Tho service of a notice on
him did not make him a party.
Mr. Carter read from the letters
between the companies, which led
to the original su.it, to show that the
H. C. & S. Co. from the first resisted
the appearance of Mr. Macfarlano as
the representative of the company.
Pending decision on tho point tho
Court took recess at 12 until 1:30
Thoy Have Been, Exploiting tho
Town for Somo Timo. I
A twelve-year old native lad named
Kalauao was arrested at 11 o'clock
this morning charged with having
committed burglaries within tho
past few weeks. When arrested near
.J. F. Morgan's auction room Kalau
ao put the blame on another lad
named Moniona, and ho was also ar
rested. Momona called in a third
lad to clear himself of the charge,
and tho following statements wore
Tho Jirst prisonor and tho othor
lads havo been committing burg
laries by tho wholesalo. Kalauao
entered C. Dwight's cigar stand on
Fort street, adjoining Lovoy's auc
tion room, while tho others watched.
The burglar niado a haul of S28. Of
this ho gave S2 and Svl.riO respectively
to his confederates and spent the
rest bicyclo riding at tho Armor'.
J. V. Morgan's auction room was
nest entered anil one dozen silk
handkerchiefs, three dozen spools of
thread and some pencils were taken.
These goods were sold to a Japanese
named Vainanchi, Mauuakia street,
for $1.7i. The Japanese has been
arrested on a charge of receiving
13. Holl'schlaegor's store on 13elhel
and King streets was al.-vj entered
anil two bundles of padlocks taken.
At T. H. Davies & Co.'s a box of
knives and cotton wore "shook." At
the store of C. E Williams on Fort
street, a catcher's mask, gloves and
baseball wore relieved, and at T. 0.
Thrum's a trumpet, two music boxes
and a velocipede. From Water
house's No. 10 store, Foit street,
footballs were abstracted, and at the
Queen street store some rubber
shoes aro debited to the young
thieves. The young bandits havo
boon committing burglaries by the
wholosiilo it is not yet known how
until. Alio Doys assort 'I hut all t.lieir
thieving was done in the daytime.
Kalauao has been put in a dark cell,
while his confederates have boon re
leased. CUSTOMS SOAKDAL.
Port Surveyor Rasifjns on Top
of Ugly Rumors.
Over Sunday there w m nanty re
ports current nhoiit tic I'ort Sur
veyor's. being under n cloud. It was.
alleged that lie had ln-eii detected
in aHVKtoin of corrupt cUorliou from
Chinese to allow jieniile of that
nationality to land in liie kingdom
To-ilav the resignation of C. L.
Crahhe from tlie'ollice of Fort Sur
veyor is announced. The cause of
his being requested to resign it, that
lie permitted the unlawful entry of
thrce-hcore adult Cliiueuo who were
landed on children's passports.
(!:inl. A. N'. Trim), until now for
some time jailor of Oahu Prison, has
been appointed I'ort Surveyor in
UianlHis place, a position he lined
formerly with better results to the
public interests than anybody hIm
who has held it for many years.
Senator Morgan asserts that the
J'resitleiit's attitude on the Nicara
gua Canal is that of tho American
lieople, and that the bill guarantee
ing the builds will pubs Congress,
A NEW LAWSUIT ON HAND,
Or, Parody on Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Kay.
Vi Johnson the Shir I Man,
New there N a man with a groat big gall,
If you look at him he'll commence to Imnl,
He had oinu Shirts and uantcd tliein lived
Hut without tho iiiouev be rnitld not do
Ho started in and tried bis nerve,
Hut the looks of him would not ervo.
lie tried with a lawsuit but without xiic-
That dirty man will die like the re-t.
Hive 1110 my Shirts or In an hour I'll sue,
It will cost me nothing but bo dear for you.
Por 1 have a pull and In jull you'll go, "
And when you are there you'll havo no
He tried liW dlrtv isniurlmt It did not work.
Ho got hit in tlio neck and 11 good hard
lis a" soro us 11 lener eue.
Ho Is so ashamed to look in your face.
Mniill. Do others or they will do you.
Johnson tho Shirt Maker is at tho
corner of King and Alakoa streets,
where ho makes all kinds of Shirts to
order and guarantees a fit. It don't
cost any tnoro to havo your shirts
made to order than jou pay for your
old store and factory made goods.
Now ploaso bear this in mind and
give us a call. Satisfaction guaran
Cor. King and Alakea Sts.
Ulujl's taken in Payment
F oi I
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
In quantities to suit private families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.,
Cor. Queen and Alakea sts.
&- V. O.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Spectacles g Eye Glasses
TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS
AT OAHU I'll ICES -&
Dillieult cusps earefullv tested liv
the 1'atent Dioprie Kyometer. "
Lock & Chain Stitch Combined.
Croquet Sets irom $1.50 Up.
LL TKUSONS 11 AVISO LI'.KT
Wutehes with me for icbair.s that me
ruiiiaininix on mv hands are hcichv notified
to ciiiiiu anil e;ot them liefore the I'ust day
of April next, ami if the Watehes are not
culled for thev will lie sold ill public auction
on account of departure.
C. (1. l'AUHONS,
No. 80, Niiuanu Sjt., Honolulu. 01 t-lv
1IIK INTKHK.ST IN THK KIK.M OK.M.
l'hillip-iitCo. of Mr. Ferdinand Schles-
inger and .Mr. holomon Lesser ceases
this liny hy limitation. The hitsiuess will
lie continued as heretofore hy Mr. Marks
lireen and .Mis. Sarah Phillips, who now
constitute the said linn. Theodore F.
Lansing and Mauuie Phillips are each
authorized to sign our linn mimehy special
power ol" attornev, .Mr. Lansing acting as
Slauagcr. M. l'llILLII'rf it CO.
Honolulu, II. I., Dec. :tl, Is!).'. lllll-'.'w
ELECTION .OF OFFICERS.
Kngine Co. No. Ji, hold Wedne-day
evening, .Ian. Ith, the following Olllccrs
Foreman Chang Kim,
1st Assistant Foreman. .. Fnok Yec,
id Assistant Foreman Ho Fook,
Delegate Ho Foil,
riecretary Lull Choug,
Treasurer l.iiui hing,
UNITED CHINESE SOCIETY.
AT Till: ItKllULAli MKKT1NO OF
tliu United Chinese Society, held on
the ild Inst., tho following were declared
duly elected us Olllcers of the corporation
for tho ensuing year, viz.:
President . .(ioo Kim,
Vice-President Wong Kwai,
Secretary . . Ching On,
Assistant Secretary bill 'hock Sing,
Treusiiior Will Slilug,
Assistant Trciihiner .. Linn Slug.
Honolulu, January :i, lrtU.
Information Concerning Coffee
M1K lUJUKAU OF INFOU.MATION
Hiving iccelveil mail) hupiiries as to
ureas anil location ol mini uviiliaine lor
Codec Culluro, lierchy leipiests that all
fift th'tiii'v ,',
leasing or wnrMng'ou
milling iiiuil siiiiuinii lor i. once
i cs mils ol selling.
llllll'S, Will M'llll ill-
fniiuulinii coiicurnlng the miiiih io the
(live I -Island and Dmliicl.
a If for Mile, lowest price.
1 -11 for Icav, teilu, mill ami iinyi.pt'
,'i -II on kIiiiick, coiiilltlim,
ThL Information will lie
furnished free to any omi (Utklrlny It.
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FOR SALE BT
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolvilia, H. I.
IB. :e BHLERS 8b CO-
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays
Jupancsc Silk and G'rcpeo,
5E33 Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet and Manicure
Work, Jioxcs, fiolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of cost.
Ladies' and Misses' 'Tailor
Beaded Silk, Black Capes,
23P Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
1ST Dressmaking Under the Managomont of MISS E. CLARK. j3
Christmas & New
VXTICNNKU .Vi CO.
Our Soil VKN lit
C1IK1&TMAS JKWKLKY. O
NOT! 1 1 NO L1KK IT IN TOWN.
Tlio Old Stand,
WEXN'Elt & CO.,
Importing and Mnuufiu'turlnt; Jewelers.
Closing Out Sale
SUCH AS: .
Toys, with or without Mechanism,
Doll, Flags, Alliums, Satchels,
Purses, Vases, Statues,
Ilion.e Ware, Moecu Cups, '
Opera and Spy fllasscs, (warranted first
Minors, Frames, Hraekets,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Fans, (extra lino);
Carpets unci ltugs, (all sizes);
Ktc, Kte., Ktc.
Kuch Piece marked with CASH
DISCOUNT on Larger Cash Pur
KVKHYllODY invited to un In-
- at thi:
ICtccllcut AcciiiiiiuodutloiiK for Patients.
No ItUk in Throwing Horses,
Improved Veterinary Operatlug Table.
I Moll INI, I
V. O. llnx l!U
- i tm
at very low prices.
- made Jackets, from $tf up.
at your otvn price.
Mules, Horses, Carriage,
To ho sold at l'ulilie Auction, at mv place
at LITTLK HKITAIN, Honolulu,
if not liefore sold,
On Monday, February 6, 1893,
AT !) O'CLOCK A. M., VIZ.:
40 California Males,
4 and 5
In Lots of 10 Knch ;
40 Leather Head Halters!
4 Saddle Horses,
And as Hood as Now
1 2-Seated Family Carriage,
With Pole, Shafts, and Neck-Yoke,
1 Fine Set Doable Harness for same
The uliove Property can all he teen
ot my place during one week before salo,
and Stock must ho removed from my Pad
dock on ilav of salo. TKIIMS CASH.
J. N. -WRIGHT,
P. O. I50X 1W.
"ST. OLAF BHAND"
Superior to Any Other !
This Milk is prepared ill Norway from
the Pure Unskimmed Milk of Norwegian
Cows, fed on mountain grass. There is
nothing udded except the Finest Sugar,
and nothing taken a way from it hut water,
it therefore possesses afl the original pro
perties nnd aroma peculiar to Norwegian
For Sale In Quantities to Salt by
II. AV. SCHMIDT & SON'S . -
j ORGAN REPAIRER,
Can he found, us usual, nt his residence,
Alakea street, next to llritlsh Cluh, or by
iiiossuge at C. K. Williams' store, Fort
ttf All work guaranteed and visited a
second time. Prompt attention to all
orders. Tuned the Piano for concert of
Mtisiu, the celebrated violinist. OOJ-lni
HTJSTACE & CO.,
- UK.VI.EUB IN
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which we will sell at the Very Iowest
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