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SELLING OFF !
Comencing January 3, 1893.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly F.b'.it. Frfcrs FOR CASH !
All Pi ices Mai keel in Plain Figures !
muacr. iwaa Z3txjt
The importunity is now ol'lVrod to obtain Clothing
to Ordor ptrlVc-t lit iJiU'iinti-i'd nnd made of Ilih Grak'
Goods at Lowor IVicivs tlian han over boon offered in this
Golognes ! Colognes !
Toilet y"aters. I
Eto., Etc, EStc.
PACIFIC HABDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Bloolt, Fort Street.
fyf InniMMYlMB wi "iTi 5P? 'i2z-.xi- - i LJfcVfn ' Ml
Nt , - .
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
" Tho World Do Move."
HAVINd SKI I'lillli Till: si.W YA
jiur Liiiiiii'Ii "NHIIi" I inn ir i.ui'l
tn ('arry I'lu-n-infiT" m all jmrii. of ihc
Ilarlior. Hii.i'rlui- Aiiiiiinnfati(,n, i;uh).
T'Iiiiu and t no IncrruM) In l'"ar. Can bu
found at tlm Oovuiiiiiunil liuat I.ru nlitifj
wliun nut ciiKi'uod.
UliMni ,. M. JOHNSON.
Dally llultiiin, 60 vents a nuiuth,
EDWIN A. JONES
Ha- iii-iicil mi ollli'o fur tiaiiHiictlng "II
lniiiii-KH in i.'oniHTllon with
Trusts, Purchase auil Salo of Bonds,
Stock ami Real Estato,
And in iiuji:iii'd to Audit Amainl.
Olllvci No. U' Mimdmut nlicut, nlllcu laielj
ocuiipli'd by tlm Into ,1mm. Aiutlu.
1'. O. Ilox .V,.
Sulwribe V the Dully llulletin, CO
rmita per month.
Smith k Co.
to be the
Price 75 Cents.
LAWN MOWKIW TO I.KT 1!Y THK
day, week or month; IN'pairiiif;,
Cleaning nntl Sharpening done; Jluplieate
1'iue.e furnished when required. Miieliluui
called for ami returned. AIo, Impairing
Garden Hoe in faet, can do anything
neeeary around the liou-o or Mnlilc.
liini; nit Mutual Telephone 102.
osl-tf X. 1 IUI1JOKS3.
A LI, PKKSOXS JIAYINO l.Kl-T
W'atVhe with me for iup.iir-4 thai are
lemaining on my hand are lieieliy notitled
to come and get them hefore the lirl day
of April next, and if the Wutehe aie not
willed for they will bo -old at public auction
on aecount ot'dupartuie.
(.'. (1. I'AliSONS,
Xo. bO, Xiiuanu St., Honolulu. lil l-lv
rpiiK INT1 ItKST IN THK KIli.M OK M.
X I'liiiliji-.V: "o. f)f Mr. 1-crdinaud fehle--inger
and Mr. Niluiimu l.eer ceae
til i- day by limitation. The Ijn-Iiii will
he, continued ai liererofoie b Mr. Mark
Green and Mr.. Ni rail 1'hillip, who now
eontitute the aid firm, l'lieodoie J".
I.aning and Mannie. l'hilli are eaeh
authorized to .ign our linn name by pecial
power of attornev, Mr. I.aning acting a
Manager. M. I'll 11,1.1 Phi ec CO.
lionolulu, II. I., Dec. 'II. ls!l-'. lilH-Uw
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Engine Co. No. 5, held 'edneday
evening, .Ian. 1th, the following Ollicef
1'oreman Chang Kim,
1st Aitant Koienian Kook Yce,
'2d Asi-tant Foreman Ho Kook,
Delegate Ho Kon,
Secretary I.au Chong,
Treaurer I.um ising.
UNITED CHINESE SOCIETY.
At tiik i!i:(uTf.Ait mi:i:tix: op
the United ('hine.e Society, hold on
the .'id int., the following were dcclaicd
duly elected an OI)ieei of the corpoiation
for tho ciiuing eur, vi.:
I'ie.ident Ooo Kim,
Vice-l'icideiit Wong Kwai,
Secretary I'hing On,
Alstaiit Secretary. I.au Chock Sing,
Treaurer ' Wai Shing,
A.-itant Treaurcr I.uni Sing.
CHI Nil OX.
Honolulu, .lanuarv I!, 1MKI.
To Lot or Xienso.
A NKUCI.Y FUUNIHII
XJl I'd llouo near town,
l'.iuiuirc at ltri.i,i;riN Olllru,
trallv locati'd, Iiniilii al
Uui,i.i:riN Olllru. li.VMf
Hou.sk on kinai', i.-'ji'ii'
near I'uiimiimiIii tit-(it. CT i ( iP ,'W
K. 1!. JIKMMIY,
lUiT-tf Jlawallaii lliirihriiu l'o.' hlum.
Ti" XiET. I
-VTKW HOUSK OK KIVIJ J wd x
xi rouni!.. on .MiiKaziuc n,-, . , 7i.j.:
uul V. 0 utf. t'oiiiniauds fliifiii
ouuof tho iiiu't vIkwhju llouolulii. Aiiplv
to (177-tf) J. .M. VIVAri.
A NICK I'OTT.Uii: ON 4Al --
Ilerctaniu strri't, near rfrrj'vvCw
1'iikol street, i talnlng ifl!jtfrS&
I'arlor, L' ItedloouiH, llalh- -i!i4!siS-rooui,
Dluiligroiiiii, I'aulry and Kiluhen,
KerviintN room, I'liri'laue J Ioiimi, blahln. etc.
TiauiL'iiiH pass every 'M luiuuU'x. Apply at
otllco of tliU paper." I'i-lf
TO I.KT ON
J KiliK htieel, lately oe-
ir htieel. lately oe-
eiipled liy All's I'leiiuni,',
eoutalnluu Two Jleilrooiu.
Parlor. Dliilnuiouiii. Kilelmu ami Ilmii-
room; iiImi ritahlex, ('urriiiKu lloiuti and
Hurvunu' Uuartvri ruuioiialilu rent. Ap
ply to J. K. JlOWI.KIl.
Tho Probablo Action of tho Domo-
crnts on tho Subject.
JaCKSONVIM.K, Fin., D(( 10. Cou
rosstuaiT Hatch of Missouri in an
interview said: "Tlio liooplo tloniand
tariu rolorni, anil tho JJimmhtmic'
party is plodfroil to carry out n policy
of that kind. Tlio fliignr bounty is i
bound to bo tnkuu oil'. Tlioro is no '
tiucstion in my mind about Hint. It
is tho worse kind of dn-ss legislation. ;
When tho Cleveland Administration
comes into power it will, 1 believe,
iind an empty treasury and be con
fronted witlttlio necessity of raising
an additional revenue to meet the
expenses of tho 6oerument during
the next fiscal year. Tho Democra
tic part v will restore tho duty on
siitfar with tho sole iov of making
it pay a revenue to tho Government,
with the least possible burden to tho
Congressman Ilariner of Pennsyl
vania thinks tho bounty should ho
taken oil", but Cleveland should not
sign any bill that did not protect
the sugar producers of this country.
Congressman' Hulf of PoiuisvIn'i-
nia says: "1 can't bring myself to be
lieve tho Democratic party is going
to legislate for tho final ruin of su
gar men. Tho bountj' ought to
stand tor a low years at Joast. .My
opinion is that Cleveland will not
approve legislation that will bring
financial ruin upon men who have
invested their capital in American
Fresh Scandal in Germany.
Bkrmx, Doc. 10. Onco again Ber
lin is wrought up. The Paris Figaro
published a letter from Loowo it Co.,
Jewish gunniakers, to General Bou
langer, when the latter was Minister
of War, saying he had sont au agont
to America to purchase machinery
to make tho new Lobol rilles, and
thoy offered to furnish tho French
Government with such machinery.
Boulangor made no reply.
Tho National Zoitung showed a
despatch to Loowe, wlio replied:
"Tho Figaro letter is quite true, but
that, was in 18S0, whereas wo only
began manmacturiug guns for the
German Government in 1880." Tho
Zoitung lakes Loowo to task, saying
such an oiler was both unwise and
imprudent, it being made at the
time ol tho lioulangor agitation,
when it was generally believed Franco
would make war upon Germany.
Tho news was ot onco convoyed to
the emperor, who was keenly annoy
ed at this further scandal. Ho im
mediately inst it uted inquiries and tho
news was confirmed irom Loewo's
own mouth. Tho general public re
ceived t he news wit h a feeling uncom
plimentary to Loowo and Chancellor
Caprivi's indiscreet and exaggerated
speech lauding Loowo is now gauged
at its true value.
Loowo lias made this statement as
to the Figaro's story of his negotia
tions with tho French Government:
''Franco in 1880 was about to pur
chase a plant for rille-niaking in
America. We sent in an estimate,
but, to our regret, the orders wore
executed mostly in America. Had
we leceived orders Germany would
have benefited by driving out of
Franco American competition.
France is tho only country in Europe
where America is ablo to hold her
own, and there it was owing to tho
peculiar political circumstances."
Tho recent exposures of tho me
thod of conducting business between
lawyer and client in tho Probate
Court show that there is need of a j
thorough reform. Tho lawyer who
makes a bargain with tho client to
receive ."() or 75 percent of a claim as
fee should have no consideration in
court. His bill when presented for
taxation should simply bo consider
ed as a bill, and the charges should
lie reduced to a fair proportion in
relation to tho services rendered.
Under tho present tax practice tho
oyster too often goes to tho lawyer
and tho shells to tho litigants. A
little firm exorcise of justice, such as
.Judge Coll'oy has recently displayed,
is needed to correct this predatory
disposition of lawyers when t hoy-yet
hold of a rich estate. Tho legal
profession itself, for its own honor,
should exercise tho right of striking
men oil the roll of the profession
who are found in fault. But whoro
is this done? A lawyer apparently
has immunity from disgrace. The
public may distrust him but ho re
mains in the profession. .S". K Call.
Latest News Itomized.
Camden, Ar!;., is j,'loatiiifj ovor .i
(ivo-y(ari()l(l colored Ijdv wlio can
mad any liuok placed before him.
A lii; Afassaeliiihelts salinnii, th
fnt of the Ma.on, sold for S1.25 per
pound in the Dock-street Market.
It is estimated that there are more
than 1(K),(KK) men and women in "Now
York addicted to smoking opium.
Congressman Hart or is against
allowing the World's Fair to ho
open on Sunday, unless admission is
Baltimore society lias gone hulf
era.y over tliu Chinese gambling;
game or fan-tan, and everybody is
The Whittier hoinostead has beiMi
deeded to the city of Haverhill,
.Mass., as a perpetual memorial to
Senator Yoorhoes thinks the Demo
cratic party has obligated itself to
make the revision of tho taril! very
The Hudson rivor is to bo dredged
to a uniform depth of twelve feet
from Troy southward, at an esti
mated expense of .2,(iO(),()IIO.
Thomas C. Uodgkins, who recent
ly died at the age of eighty-nine at
Soatuckot, X. Y., hoquoalhed $'M),
000 to the Smithsonian Institute,
A Xmv York paper solemnly an
nounces (hat one of the hotels of
thai city is to "lie enlarged by ie
diieiug the size of its immense
The big syndicate, which is to he
known as the ISrooklvn Traction
Company as soon as it lias acquired
all the surface railroads in that eitv,
is said to have a capital of &i,(HH),-(XJO.
A NEW LAWSUIT ON HAND,
Or, Parody on Tjv-Kft-Ra-Boom-Do-
Ihj .foh i son I lie Shirt Man.
Now there W a man with n gleal big gall,
If oii look at him he'll commence to bawl,
lie had miiiio Shirts and wanted them lived
Hut without the money he could not do
nix. ill. .
llctnrtod in and tried lilt nerve,
Hut the looks of him would not crv
Ho tried with n lawsuit but without uc-
That dlrtv man will die like Hie rest.
Hive mo my Shiits or in an hour I'll sue.
It will cost mo nothing but be dear for you.
Kor 1 have a pull and In lull you II jro, j
And when you arc there you'll have no
Ho tried his dlrtv gamelmt it did not work, I
Ha got hit in tfie neck ami a good hard
Ho feels as sore as a leper eac, j
He is so ashamed to look In youi face.
Moiiu. - Do others or they will dojou. i
Johnson tho .Shirt Maker is at the
corner of King and Alakea streets, i
whore ho makes all kinds of Shirts to
ordor nnd guarantees a lit. It don't
cost any inoro to have your shirts
made to order than you pay for your
old store and factory made goods.
I Now pleao bear this in mind nnd
I give us a call. .Satisfaction guarau
! teed. JOHNSON,
Cor. King and Alakea Sts.
X. li. ATo Bhiffx ((.(! in I'ayiitenl
Seo tho now Floral Sets at Benson,
Smith & Co.
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. .T. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Perfumes in great variety at Ben
son, Smith & Co.
New ideas in Perfumes for holiday
presents at Benson, Smith & Co.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson. Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., j
Dr. McLennan, 1IJI Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical J
cases. Mutual Telephone (582.
Tho Honolulu Dairy have put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or afternoon to suit cus-
Mechanics' Home, '.) and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month "2.")c. anil fl)e. a night; ?1
and $1.25 a week.
Winter A; Winter, Dentists. Office,
Gold fillings .?.'5.00
Silver fillings 1.00
Teeth extract ed 50
Eastern Prices. Mutual Tele
For pains in the chest there is
nothing better than a flannel cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's Pain
I Balm and bound on over the seat of
! pain. It will pioduco a counter irri
tation without, blistering, and is not
so disagreeable as mustard; in fact is
, much superior to any plaster on ac
I count of its pain-relieving qualities.
! If used in time it will nrevent niieu-
monia. ol) cent bottles lor sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith i; Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Golden Rule Bazaar
"W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Spectacles g Eye Glasses
TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS
f AT" (IA.SII l'lilCKS -Bi
f& Hillirlllt 'ic rare-fill I. V tcti'il liy
tliu I'atcnt Diopiir KvuiiiiMcr. '
Lock & Chain Stitch Combined.
i Croquet FJeis from $1.50 Up.
ICte., I'.te,, Etc.. I'.le.
"ST. OI.AK IIIIAND'
Superior to Any Other !
This Mill. I pre pin cd in Norway from I
the I'll 1 11 l'nl;iiiiinM Milk of Norueginn
Cows, fed on mountain 'gru. There 1
liulhlni; added eseepl tint J'inet hugar,
and nothing taken away fiom ii hut uiiut,
It theruforn poM'--e all the oilglual pro
perihi and aioma peculiar to Norwegian
For Salo iu Quantities to Suit by
ii. av. soi i:nmt so xs,
liy A. M. IIKTTKNioKIH',
Yetmlnary rilligeon nnd peahiclu llor.e,
corner lleietaul.l and I'linehhowl t.
Mutual Muluphomi 1177.
JOHIT IsTOTT, '
1MP0KTBU AND DKAbKlt IN
Steel & Iron Ranges
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS & KITCHEN UTENSIXS
Agate Ware in Large Variety,
WHITE, GRAY and SILVER-PLATED;
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rub'ber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND BLOCK. Nos. 95 & 97 KING STREET.
IE 3D ID "ST ?S
CO Z Kwn
if hits leioitaiiL tl
OKAS. nUSTA.CE, (
IMl'OltTEIl AXD DKAl.Klt IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIOIS, FLOUR AMD FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
&r ALWAYS ON HAND S3
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
fSf All Onlur faithfully attended
-olieited and jiaeked with e.ire.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
LEWIS Sz CO.,
TKIKI'HONK '-Mil HI FORT STREET. tl'- O. ISox 2!i7.
--l.Mi'OUTKKS, WHOI.ESAI.K AND HETAIL DKALEltB IN -
Groceries and Provisions.
ON ICK l!v eaeh toamer of thu O. R. R. Co. from California Freh California Hull
iluttur, Kronen Oytur. and Kreh California Fruits, Klsh, tlamo, Vegetables, ete.
A eompleto lino of Croo it ISlaeUwell's and .1. T. Morton's Canned and Uottled Goods
always on hand.
.lust received a Kreh I.ino of Oeriimn I'ate and I'otted Jleatsand Bottled I'ieerved
I'ruit, J.nwi iV Co.'s Maltee JJrand Suur Cuied Jlmiisaud liaeou, Now l!reaUfat
Cuieiils, Cieam Oat Klake anil Cream Wheat Kliikiw, Rieily Lemons. California Jtivoi
sidu Oiange, Oregon ilurhank 1'otatoes, ete. Hatifaetion guaranteed.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMJ'OUTKItS AND DKALEKS IN
Groceries, Provisions einci Feed.
Now (Soods Iteeeived hy Kvery I'nekot from tliu Kastern Status and Kiliope.
KKKrill OAl.IKOItNIA l'ltODUOK HY KVKltY STKAMEK.
All Onlurs faithfully altended to and Oooda diilivered to any part of tho City free.
Island Orders .olleited. fiiitlsfaetion guaranteed.
Hlast Corner Ifort 2o ICins Streets,
(m:w nri.LiniN iilock, mi:kciiant stkckt)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
VN'Y IH'KISKKS HS'TIU'tfTHD TO MK WILl, ItKOKIYK I'ltOMl'T ATTKNT10N.
BEATER BALOON, ' METROPOLITAN MEAT COT,
The Best Lnnoli iu Town.; fflflf 8, K1GST, fe
Tea. etiica OofTae
AT Al.I. Illll its.
TUU l-'INIiST JilcAms OF
Cigars and Tobacco
AI.W.W.N ON HAM).
U. T. ZSTOLjTB, Prop,
T fln T3 I
& Barrel Churns.
to. Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
- Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
-V. O. ltOX 115.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
- AND -
i & J- Wallor, . . . Maixagor.