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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, JAN. 13,. 1893.
Friday, Jan. 13.
Bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, for Sun Fran-
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at :
For San Francisco, por bktno S X Castle,
Jan 13 G Engling..
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmv Kinau,
Jan 13 Rov Bishop Willis, Mrs Ward, S
Wilder, G 1) Robinson, IJov Bishop of
Panopolis, T II Kcyworth, E II Bailey, H
Kinuira, ,Ed Dowsctt, Miss Dowsctt, Hon
K D Walliringo, and 10 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
8 S Alameda, Morse, from San Francisco,
due Jan 10
Gor bark H Hackfeld from Liverpool, now
Haw bgt Douglas, Reid, from San Fran
cisco, now one
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
duo May 23
Br bk Tacora from Liverpool, due Jan 30
S S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco, duo Jan 25
Haw bk Leahi, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco, duo Jan 30
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am sehr Alolia,. Dabel, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 5
Am ship Honolulu from Newcastle, X S W
Am 4-mstd sclir WF Witzeman from New
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penballow,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am bktno Hilo, from Newcastle, N S W
Haw bk Lady Lampson from Newcastle,
N S W
Am 4-mstd schr Puritan, from Newcastle,
Am bktne J Smith from Newcastle, N S W
HUMS Kongo from San Francisco, due
Am bk Eclipse from Nanaimo
Vessels in Port.
Haw Bk Mauna Ala, Smith, from Now-castle,-NS
Am 4-mstd schr Transit, Jorgensen, from
Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, from San
Br bk Velocity, Martin, from Hongkong
Am schr llobt Lewers, Goodman, from
Am bkt Irmgard, Schmidt, from New
castle, N SW
Am bkt Planter, Dow, from Port Town
send Am bk Sonoma, Anderson, from San Fran
cisco Shipping Notes.
Tho British bark Velocity will leave for
Hongkong next Wednesday.
The bark Mauna Ala received sugar yes
terday from tho Pole. She is lying at
The barkentino S. N. Castle, T. H. Hub
bard, master, sailed at -10:30 o'clock this
morning for San Francisco with a cargo of
13,770 bogs sugar, weighing 1,747,588 lbs.,
and valued at f 10,347.00, shipped as fol
lows: C. Brewer & Co., 8148 bags; P. A.
Schaefer &' Co., 2203 bugs, and Oustle it
Chairman Garter's Story.
One of tho tersest and bost of tho
election storios is rolatod by Chair
may Carter of tho National Com
mittee ''It was gotting rathor lato
in tho ovoning of election day," ho
said, "and wo woro anxious to hear
something, definite from one of tho
most important districts in Indiana,
which had not ronortqcl for several
days. I toloKrapnod over my own
signaturo to tho loader of tho. dis
trict: 'I havo had no nows from
you. Ploaso lot mo hoar at onco and
roport fully. Send mo a hundred
words or so on tho- actual state of
afTuirs.' In about an hour I got his
reply. It read: 'Wo havo all gone
to h 1 out horo, and it don't tako
any hundred words to toll it,
oithor.' " Philadelphia Jlecord.
The success of Chamborlain's
Cough Remedy in effecting n speedy
euro of colds, croup and whooping
cough has brought it into groat de
mand. Messrs. Pontius & Son, of
Cameron, Ohio, say that it has
gained a reputation second to none
in that viuinity. Jns. M. Queen, of
Johnston, W. Va., sayH it is tho best
ho over used. B. F. Jones, druggist,
Winona, Miss., says: "Chamberlain's
Cough Jtomedy is perfectly reliable,
I havo always warranted it and it
never failed to give tho most perfect
satisfaction." 60 cent bottles for
bu!u by nil dealers,
Si Co., Agouta for
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Everything is quiot to-tlny.
A furnished cottngo is wanted.
A lino gontlo maro and phaotou
nro for salo.
Tlio Legion of Honor will meot
Tho Board of Dontal Examiners
will moot Saturday week.
' Tondors for a long list of supplies
to tho Road Board are wanted.
The Mechanics' Bonofit Union will
moot this evening at tho Boll Towor.
Tho Bishop Willis took passago
by tho stoamor Kinau to-day for La
haina. Two Chinese havo beon arrested
for gaming. Thoy will appear to
morrow to defend, thomsolvos.
B. & A. J. Cartwright aro ready to
lot that dosirablo two-story brick
rosidonco on Nuuanu avenue, form
erly occupied by tho lato H. J. Hart.
Itov. Bishop of Panopolis was a
passenger to-day by tho stoamor Ki
nau for Hilo. Tho rovoroud gontlo
nian expects to return on tho noxt
Tho bark Eclinso, which cloarod
from Nanaimo for San Francisco,
has changed hor destination and
gone to Honolulu, says tho San
Francisco Call of a late date.
Tho Legislative Assombly was
crowded this morning with 'pooplo
eager to know who tho now Cabinot
would be. It was noticeable that
nono of tho Reform mombors wore
Nino creditors proved claims
amounting to $2019.'J3 against Geo.
K. Norton, before Judge Froar to
daj, and E. A. Jones was appointed
assigneo under $1000 bond. A. Rosa
was petitioner's attorney.
Tho Call says tho shipments of
gold coiu from San Francisco to Ho
nolulu in December aggregated
100,000, adding, " This is to buy now
crop sugar, which, will bo coming
along frooly in a few wooks."
Pacific Robokah Loc1ko.No. 1, 1.O.
O.F., will install their now officers in
Excolsior hall at 7:30 o'clock this
evening. Brother lodges and visit
ing brethren, with families of mom
bors, aro invited to be prosont.
Mr. W. E. Simpson, genoral mana
ger of tho Pugot Sound and Hawai
ian Traffic Company, was enthusias
tic on his return to Portland over
tho arrangements ho had mado in
Honolulu for tho establishment of
Tho British Consul, who visited
tho famine districts in Russia, reports
tho peasants are dying liko flies from
hunger and disease, and there aro no
sigus of relief from tho horrors of a
hard winter. Tho cholera is raging
severely on tho Circassian shoro and
hundreds of deaths havo occurred
tho last fortnight.
A haul of 1200 tius of Hongkong
opium, valuod from $10,000 to $12,
000, was mado on tho S. S. Oceanic
whilo she was in San Francisco this
last time. Tho stuff was packod in
tho hold under bags of rice. As no
one claimed it, tho opium was con
fiscated and will bo sold for unpaid
duty. It is worth $20 a pound.
United States Marshal Gard, at
Los Angeles on Doc. 28th, sold 8G00
Manila cigars and eighteen casos of
gin which woro soizod by Collector
H. Z. Osborno at Santa Barbara last
summer on tho schooner Glondalo,
having beon smuggled from Hono
lulu. Tho cigars brought $50 por
thousand and tho gin $18 por case.
Tho V. S. Cruiser Boston to bo Suc
ceeded by the Mohican.
Tho Boston will bo tho noxt ship
to come to tho Maro Island Navy
Yard, but will not loavo Honolulu
until tho arrival of the Mohican,
which is about ready for sea and will
loavo tho yard soon after tho arrival
of tho commaudor-in-chiof of tho
Admiral Georgo Brown, U. S. N.,
will be dotached from tho command
of tho Pacific squadron upon tho re
porting of his roliof, Admiral J. S.
Skorrott, U. S. N., on tho 10th of tho
Admiral Brown has boon granted
a three months' leavo of absence
from that date. Ho will probably
go to his homo at Indianapolis to
seek a much-neodod rest. His resi
dence is what might bo termed next
door neighbor to Prosidont Harri
son's homo. Thoy nro (inn and fast
friends. Tho admiral has greatly
endeared himsolf to thoso under
him, from tho Hoot captain down to
tho powder monkey in tho smallest
ship in the station. Always kind,
thoughtful and considerate, ho will
loavo bohiud him a name and record
to bo envied.
Lioutonnnt Dwyor, his flag lioutou
ant, will go East about tho same
time as the admiral. .
Captain B. P. Day has boon or
dered to command tho U. S. S. Bos
ton. Ho will leavo San Francisco on
February JJrd, for Honolulu. Cap
tain G. C, Wilt zo, tho present com
mander, has beon ordered to return
homo and roport arrival. S', F. Call,
' Sydney, N. S. W., Dee. 10. For
tlio next three luoiithu no ollii'inl
salaries are to be paid in Samoa,
even those of tho Chief Justice, and
the President of the Council not be
ing exempt. Tho provuiHiif,' destitu
tion is tlio cause. Public bankruptcy
impends and appeals for outside
holt) nro to bo made soon. Tho
authority for those statements is the
Tho OriaiB in Hawaii.
Tho (JiU'cu of Honolulu,
Hits coftly chewing tolu,
Although iiHiilrx look grave.
u lien iiHKcu mi explanation,
n iu xiivk. win i
"It's Just Hawaii huvnl
A'ew York 1'rttt,
Fiuday, Jan. 13, 1893.
Tho Assembly, the fifteen members
prosont thereof, canio to order at 9
A. m. for prayer, President Walkor in
tho chair. Clork McCarthy waited
pationtly until 9:55, to road tho min
utes of tho provious mooting, but
no quorum being prosont, President
Walker at that hour declared an ad
journment until 2 p. m.
Tho Assombly convened at 2:45,
and the Clork, by order of President
Walkor, road a mossago from Hor
Majesty to tho effect that Sho had
appointed the following gontlomon
as tho mombors of Hor Cabinet, viz.:
Hon. Samuel Parkor, Minister of
Foreign Affairs; J. F. Colburn, Esq.,
Minister of. Interior; Col. tho Hon.
W. H. Cornwoll, Minister of Finance;
Hon. A. P. Potorsou, Attornoy-Uen-oral.
Tho Prosidont questioned tho Min
istry as to thoir having takon oath
of oflico; ausworod in tho affirmative
Tho clork then road tho minutes
of tho 169th day, a quorum boing
Rep. Bush askod if tho Ministry
had any report to mako of bills
signed by tho Queeu.
Ministor Cornwoll reported tho
Bill 217, to provide for tho distill
ing of liquors.
Bill 249, to amend Section G9 of
tho Judiciar- Act.
On motion tho House at 2:55 ad
journed until to-morrow morning.
Thoro was a goodly attoudanco,
notwithstanding doubled price of
tho organ recitals, at the illustrated
concort in Kauinakapili Church.
Mr. C. Hedoman oporatod the store
opt icon, showing many symbolic and
biblical pictures. Mr. Wray Taylor
accompanied tho views with appro
priate music on tho grand organ.
Ho played "Aloha Oo" as a splendid
picture of Qucon Liliuokalani' was
thrown on tho canvas as tho first
ono. Every verso of Hobor's mis
sionary hymn, "From Greenland's
icy mountains," otc, was presented
in tho form of a page from an illu
minated gift book, with a scene illus
trative of tho words, while a quartet
choir composod of Misses Kulamanu
Ward and von Holt and Messrs.
Goo. E. Smithies and S. E. Pierce
santr tho hymn. Miss Ward also
sang "Homo Sweet Homo," to the
pictures of a big farm houso rathor
out of repair and of tho interior of
ono of tho "palaces" 'midst which
"wo may roam," whoso "pleasures"
on this occasion woro boing taken
out in a inasquerado ball, whilo a
homesick divinity student dismally
regardod tho scene from tho stairs.
Views from tho "Village Black-'
smith" were spontaneously applaud
ed. Mr. E; "Ellsworth Care' recited
tho passages fitting tho pictures.
Cloud and marine effects of great
beauty woro oxhibited, angols and
statuary boing introduced. Mr.
Hedoman also presented somo of his
own mako of slides in Hawaiian
scones, which aro equal in execution
to any foreign manufacture. Tho
"good night" salutation, bordered
with moving kaleidoscopic checks,
was very striking.
More About the Coloraa.
I havo beon secrotcd in a cavo on
tho soa sido of Diamond Head dur
ing tho past throo weeks and piped
off tho wholo business (confedoratos
supplied tho big dailies), and my
feelings may bo moro easily imagined
than described whon tho P. C. A.
roached mo this morning, and not a
word of comment concerning tho
unexpected departure of Mr. Geo.
Lycurgus by tho Mariposa yoster
day. The P. C. A. has certainly
nogloctod thoir dear public's deep
sea interests, and that is my reason
for giving tho wholo business away;
so horo goes. During the past three
wooks a larsro sailimr shin has boon
laying off and on betweon Molokai
anil Lianaina. lestortiay tlio -Mariposa's
life-boat was lowered away
and G. L. was pulled rapidly toward
tho sailing ship, and, horriblo to ro
late, tho steamer Waimanalo had
just cleared tho Custom Houso at
Lanai with a load of live stock (wild
turkeys). Tho little steamer labored
heavily and was down by tlio bows.
All this time a Jady in a buggy was
seen driving backward and forward
under tho shadows of Leahi, and a
little later tho hero of my "o'er truo
talo" was rowed ashore, and had a
hawser in his pocket, which he made
fast around tho lady's waist. Tho
Colomn was still in sight, and Mr.
LyeurgiiB was in tho buggy and
looked as if ho had something in
tow. A Detective.
Honolulu, Jan. V.i, 18SW.
(To lir continued.)
A rilii.osofiuc m.uiu:n.
Ring out, wild bells, to wilder skies,
The Hying cloud, the frosty night;
Leap year is nearly out of night ;
Ring out, wild bells, I've lost the prize.
Ring out the lean, ring in tho plain,
Ring other bells across the miuw;
Leap year is going, let her go
Ring, wedding ring, I'll try again.
Ihtrnit t'irr Vena.
Mi timi: TO HMIM'..
When the nky Is all dark and forbidding,
And tlui ralndrois incessantly pour,
The joke of the Melon umbrella
Doesn't eiiu-ii ui to miiIIo any more.
lti:i'i:.TIM 1Mb CANVAl"!.
Orover, but just through hi canvass,
To avoid nil awful clack,
On a ducking trip went hoiiihward,
And thin K" ''! canvas-back.
DmiiPiiii..lo - Vomitf Timber
wheel Inn n suit of elothes Tur every
day in tho week. Sl;iuif,'ii let I
never wo him wear but one. Diiiiih-(liii..li)-Yun,
thut'H tho httW.ltronk
Tho Lottory Bill.
It is a matter of deep regret to all
consorvntivo and honest citizens that
political schemers should havo fas
tened upon the Lottery Bill as a
moans, by tho passago of which, to
overthrow the late Cabinet. No
more foolish and unwholesome
schomo hns over beon sanctioned by
our Legislature, either in tho present
or in any provious sossion. It is un
doubtedly truo that many unthink
ing persons, dazzled by tho alluriug
promises of its organizers, havo ex
pressed thomsolvos in its favor. Yet
no sensible porson will consider that
a measure, which simply secured its
passago by tho timely vote of a man
who was so disgracofully drunk as to
bo iucnpablo of knowing his right
mum aii iiiu uiiuum iiiinuuiii, is one
which roprosonts tho truo sontiniont
of tho pooplo.
No measure, oven though it se
cures tho necessary number of votes
to legally ontitlo it to bo placed on
tho statute book if signed, should
over becomo a law when passed in
such a disgraceful and dishonorable
way. And it is to bo hoped that Hor
Majesty will tako this into consider
ation as woll as other weighty rea
sons against its passage, such as tho
objection to allowing the establish
ment of an unscrupulous monetary
power in tno country, poworlul
onough to overshadow oven tho
Throno itsolf, wealthy onough to
bribo any in.tli& country and unscru
pulous onough to do 4t if necessary
to gain- its onds, and that sho will
rologato it onco more to tho calm
consideration of thoTiegislaturo who
will, if thoy really -want it, readily
pass it again. Ami if, as most peo
ple beliovo, it was only passed as a
political trick, it will then clearly bo
seen that tho sontiniont mid strong
dosiro of tho nation is against it and
in favor of only good and honest
moans of raising rovonuo and creat
ing prosperity. So mote it be.
E. N. N.
A New Gun.
Washington, Dec. 21. Tho United
States war vessels aro to bo equipped
with a now and formidable weapon.
Tho Bureau of Ordnanco of tho Navy
Dopartmout has porfectod the design
of a 7-inch rapid-firo gun, which it
thinks will successfully utilize some
of tho recent results attained in ex
periments with high oxplosivos. Tho
gun is composed of two pieces only.
tno tubo ana jacket, anu its weight
will bo about that of a fi-inch, -10-calibor,
high-power gun. Tho pro
jectile which tho gun is designed to
carry is a tubular projectile of 200
pounds weight with a bursting
charge of from fifty to sixty pounds
of high oxplosivos. It will bo of tho
rapidliro type,with fixed ammunition
The gun is a decided departuro from
tlio rapid-fire guns now m use. and is
dostined to create a stir in ordnanco
circles. It will bo tho largest gun of
tho rapid-firo tj-po ovor constructed.
Tho largest in existence at present
aro tho 5-inch rapid-firo guns with
which some of tho now cruisers aro
armed. These aro larger than an'
of tho same typo iu uso in tho for
Boot Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
After shaving use Cucunibor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco bs Cu
cunibor Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co..
Dr. McLennan, l.'U Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Tolophono 082.
Tho Honolulu Dairy havo put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanics' Home, i)!! and Gl Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; SI
and 1.25 a wook.
"For tho past two or throo yoars I
havo boon subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. V. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Boonvillo, Dallas Co., Iowa, "i havo
tried a number of different remedies;
tlio best ono boing Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhtva Heino
dy. Ono or two dose. of it always
cures 1110." Sold by all doalors.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
Tot, who is' taken to tho seaside
and sees a stoamor for the first time,
exclaims: '"Look, ma! Thoro'u a
railway engine having a batho."
Teacher Tommy, what consti
tutes tho difference between a vil
lage and a oilyf Tommy -One's in
tho East and the other's out West.
Editor Davis of Philadelphia who
accompanied Air. Cleveland on tho
duck shooting trip, says that tho
President-elect tiled them till out
tramping. "Ho is the strongest man
1 ever knew."
At a Presbyterian ministers' meet
ing in Philadelphia tho other da'
the Uov. Dr. Wills said that Afr.
Cleveland is not only a strict Calvan
ist but that ho can repeat the Short
er Catechism from beginning to end.
General W. P. Dranor, Congross-man-elect
from the Eleventh Massa
chusetts district, certifies to.?71fi5 as
his personal expenditure for the
The Eastern railroads are getting
ready for the Chicago Fair. Car
Imilders aro overrun with orders.
Quo Eastern firm is turning out
seventy-five cars per day, and has
ordors ahead for f(KX) cars.
Tho SKKKl which, it is slated, is
necessary to oiled tlio release of
KoDorl .1, ivuox ami nis who, win
Americans who aro incarcerated in
Beloin Prison, iu Mexico, has been
raised iu ICImira, X. V.
Not n Hurtling Issue There -On
tho planet Neptune a year is ())0
days long. That may be tlio reason
why wo never see auythiug iu the
Neptune papers about lengthening
tin Presidential term to eight years.
A'aiiiHM Ulty Journal,
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Spectacles Eye Glasses
TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS
AT CASH PRICKS -VX
iCfT" Dllllcult eases carefully tilled by
tho 1'ati'iit Dloprio Eyoiueter.
Lock & Chain Stitch Combined.
Croquet Sets from $1.50 Up.
To Let or Lease.
A KICKIA FUKNISII
L od House near town.
Kixmire :it IHi.i.ktin Otllee.
rpWO NIl'MV KUH
JL nisbeil ltoomo, cen
trally liH'iih'il. Inquire :it
Uuu.ktin oiiice. :ir.;j-tf
HOUSi: ON KINAU,
near I'cnsneola street,
1';. K. lll'.MIKl ,
li()7-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
"VfKW HOUSK OK KIVK
Ll rooms, on MiiLMzinc
street, with llnthroum, pat- ffSultfejM
cut . O., etc. Commands. mi'.'ffvA
oneot the linest views iu Honolulu
A NICK OOTTAUK ON
licretnnirt street, near
l'iikoi street, containing
I'arlor. '1 Ucdrooms. Itatb-
room, Dininroom, Pantry and kitehen,
Servant's room, (Jamae l louse, htniiie.ete.
TrainuaiH pass eve-y 'M minutes. Apply at
ollieo of this paper. -15"J-tf
COTTAGK TO I.KT ON
KitiK Street, lately oe
eunied bv Mrs. Fleminc.
containing Two Itedropms, gT"ffTflzffi
l'urlor, Ihningronm, Kitchen anil Bath
room; also stanies, liirritiui' iiouse anu
Servants' Quartern: reasonable rent. Ap
ply to J. F. UOWl.Kli.
r AWN MOWERS
TO LET BY THE
Xj iliiv, week or
Cleanim: and Slmrnunini! done: Dunlieate
1'ieees furnished when required. Machines
called for nml returned. Also, Repairing
Garden Hose in fact, can do anything
necessary nround the lumo or stable.
Uine up" Mutual Telephone lft!.
CSI-tf N. F. BURGESS.
"UIE INTEREST IN THE E1RM OEM.
Phillips .t f'o. of Mr. Ferdinand Sdiles-
incr and .Mr. bolomon Lesser ceases
this day by limitation. The business will
be continued as heretofore by Mr. Marks
Green ami Mrs. Sarah Phillips, who now
constitute the Mild firm. Theodore E.
Lansing and Mauuic Phillips are each
authorized to nigii our linn name by special
power of nttomev, Mr. Lansing ai-tlnir as
Manager. ' M. PHILLIPS .V (1).
Honolulu, H. L, Dee. Ill, lt!. tiliWw
UNITED CHINESE SOCIETY.
AT THE REGULAR MEETING OK
the United Chinese Society, held on
the M iiiM., the following were declared
duly elected as Olllcer.s of the corporation
for the ensuing year, viz. :
President Goo Kim,
Vice-President Wong Kwai,
Seeictary Ching On,
Assistant Secretary. Uiu f'hock Sing,
Treasurer Will Shing,
Assistant Treasurer Lulu Sing.
Honolulu, January .'I, IS!KI.
Information Concerning Coffee
a"MIE IUTREAU OK INFORMATION
. having received many inquiries as to
areas ami location of laud available for
Coll'co Culture, hereby requests that nil
persons holding laud suitable for Coll'ee
Culture which tliey are desirous of selling,
leasing or working on shares, will send in
formation concerning tho same to tlio
Give 1 Inland and District.
'A -If for sale, lowest price.
I If for lease, term, rent and any spe
fi -If on shares, condition.
This information will be compiled and
furnished free to any one desiring it.
HAW. IIUltEAlJ INFORMATION.
L. A. TliriiHTiiv See'y. (Il.'i-lw
Ity A. M. IIETTENCOURP,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dealer Iu llor-e,
corner lleretanla and Puiielihowl sis.
IW Mutual Melephonu :i"7, ftil-tf
The Vuily IttdUtin it drUwml hy
carrkn fur ftQ ctnt per month.
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is an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Bad
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all Skin Diseases it has no equal.
Manufactured only at Professor I IOLLOWAY's
78, NEW OXFORD STREET, LONDON,
Latc-533, OxFoho Street,
FOR S.LEi BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolial-a, EC. I.
IB. IF.. eh:ii.ek,s & CDO.
S FORT STREUST.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
S3?' Japanese Sill: and Crepes, at very low 2rices.
SSy"" Glove, and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work Boxes, Both, Klc, Etc., all sold regardless of cost.
3" Ladies', and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from 5'J up.
33 Beaded Silk, Black Capes, at your own price.
!J2? Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
131" Dressmaking Under U10 Managomont of MISS E. CLARK.
Christmas & New
TXTENXER fc CO,
Rare NOVELTIES for the
Li Rieh Gifts for
CHRISTMAS JEWELRY. O
NOTHING LIRE IT IN TOWN
The Old Stand,
WENNEK & CO.,
Importing nml Manufacturing Jeweler.'".
Closing; Out Sale
Christmas Goods I
Toys, with or without Mechanism,
Dolls, Flags, Albums, Satchels,
Purses, Vases, Statues,
llroue Ware, Mocea Cups,
Opera and Spy Glasses, (warranted first
Minors, l-'raines, liraekcts,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Kaus, (extra line)
uarpets anil lings, ui
Each Piece marked with CASH
ttt DISCOUNT on Larger Cash Pur
chases. tfc EVERYllODY invited to an In
L SCHMIDT & SONS.
FORT STREET !
Store To Let!
Fixtures For Sale !
iff Impure u(
OH AS. J. FISHEL,
tm-Hu Cor, Fort A Hotel sU.
Mules, Horses, Carriage,
To be sold at Public Auction, nt mv place
nt LITTLE URITAIN, Honolulu,
if not beforo sold,
On Monday, February 6, 1893,
AT 0 O'CLOCK A. M., VIZ.:
40 California Mules, Y4Cado5id,
In Lots ot 10 Each;
40 Leather Head Halters!
4 Saddle Horses,
And as Good as New
1 2-Seated Family Carriage,
With Pole, Shafts", and Neck--Yoke,
1 Fine Set Doable Harness for same
W" The above Property can all be seen
at my place during one week before sale,
and .Stock must be removed from mv Pad
dock on dav of Mile. TERMS CASH.
P. O. HOX
Can be found, a usual, at his residence,
Alakea street, next to Hritish Club, or bv
message at U. E. Williams' store, Eoft
tX& All work guaranteed and visited a
second tune. Prompt attention to all
orders. Tuned tho Piano for concert of
Musin, tliu celebrated violinist. Oli-lni
NOTICE LS HERKIIY GIVEN THAT
ii copartnership has been formed,
e iiiu L'd nist., consisting of
1 . Aking, Aping, Tong Ken and Liui Fook,
an are rcsiuing m Honolulu, isiauil ot
Oahu, II. L, the nature of the business is
the sale by retail of Dry Goods and Groce
ries, the timi name is the Aping Company,
located at No. 85 Nuuanu street, Hono
lly Aping, Manager.
Dated at Honolulu, Jan. 7, JKU.
It can bo proved
Any day '