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ikjstiietohitt tea i
Direct from China 1 Finest Mountain Quality! Supeiior to Any
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Camphor Trunks Fitted ivith Patent Detective Locks,
Latest Styles Chinese Bamboo Chairs ami Lounges,
Beautiful Patterns Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All lis Branches!
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solicited and packed with care.
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All our Goods nro Marked In Plain Figures;
the richest man mid thu oorost child can
tell thu prices of Goods in our Slow, livorv
stouiner keens our stock properly assorted.
Fashionable .. Society.'. Writing . Papers,
Kabers, DIxons and every othor kind of
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SOLE AGENT FOR
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Pan-American Sewing Machines
Hand Machines $12 with Cover.
Stand Machines from $25 Up.
'2.f0 extra is charged for packing and ship
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Is always kept on hand in either Steel,
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Mas. Cili.aco has received a fjirge Invoice
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Silk and Embroidered Silk Crape for
Very Handsome Handkerchiefs,
Enihroidered, Drawn Work, Ojion
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Plain and Bordered Silk Handkerchiefs
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t. Resort at Waikiki, Tramears pass
the gate. Special
made for Family
arrangements can be
PlAilcs and Evening
W. S. LUCE,
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CAMl'llDLI, FJIIi:i'lt(K)F II LOCK,
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uum oi uttii
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bitch, tho rogrot was universally ox
prossod of its boiug too short. A
completes roport of its proceedings
will soon bo prepared by the Thoo
sophionl Headquarters m Now York,
which will bo sold at a nominal price
and will bo intensely interesting.
According to the latest accounts,
Thoosophy, through this Congress,
has received an incommensurable
impulse-, such as iti wannest frionds
could not havo dared to anticipate,
and this all the more so because,
from actual comparison, this theory
is the only one in which no vituper
ation, or intolerant abuse is indulged
in against dissentiug sects or opin
ions. Thus has boon verified the
prediction of tho groat French savant,
Entile Burnouf, about Thoosophy
being soon found to be one. of tho
greatest educational and roligious
influences in tho world. It cannot
therefore bo surprising that a rollox
of the movement should bo felt even
horo, in this materialistic Honolulu,
whore an advertisement from the
Theosophical nucleus was lately
soon iu the local papers, requesting
persons interested in its study and
literature to communicate with P.
O. B. 412; and I do not doubt that
eventually many will be tho in
quirers. A. Mahques, P. T. S.
Bain Comes at Last and Makes the
There is nothing particularly now
or startling to roport from this sec
tion, since my last letter. The very
much needed rain has favored us
frequently, aud as a consequence
Nature has arrayed herself iu new
vestures of viridity, quite refreshing
to tho eyes after the long coutiuueu
terracotta of the dusty, dry season
Kauai is certainly a garden isle now
a fact that seems to bo fully ap
preciated b' some Honoluluites of
both high aud low degree, who Bud
ploasure aud profit horo, as evinced
by their frequent visits.
Among the more prominent Hono
lulu society people now sojouruiug
in these parts may be mentioned
Mrs. Frank Hastings, Mrs. Ed. D.
Teunoy and Miss L. Atkinson who
are guests at '"Lily Hights," Kapaa,
the house of Mr. Chas. B. Makee.
The Misses Kamakee and Maria
Cummins are at Kealia, the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Blaisdell; their
cousin, Prince David, is still with
us, and seems to be enjoying life im
mensely, alternating between Kealia
aud Kapaa, finding entertainment
and a cordial welcome in either
place. Mr. aud Mrs. Ottman return
to Honolulu this week, after a pleas
ant visit among their many Kauai
Col. .. a. bpalding is expected at
Kealia the 7th proximo.
Festive gatherings and social func
tions, of all kinds aud first quality,
continue as usual.
Last week Mrs. Win. Blaisdell gave
a most delightful afternoon tea to
which the gentlemen were invited
in honor of her guests, the Misses
Cummins and their friend, Mrs.
Coney of Lihue, which was largely
attended, the occasion being tho
anniversary of Miss Kamakee Cum
mins' birthday. It was followed by
a moonlight excursion aud boatiug
part' up the Yailua river.
To one susceptible to the beauti
ful in nature, a trip by moonlight
up this charmingly beautiful river is
a ploasure, once eujo3-ed, never to
bo forgotten. The .music, the moon
light on the water, the scenery is
exquisite and dillicult to describe.
Last evening there was a large
party made an excursion by train up
Wainuinui. Tho moon was bright,
the part jolly and the refreshments
good ergo: a very pleasant affair.
This evening there is a musical and
dance at K. P. Hall, Kealia. To
morrow evening but pshaw! what'b
the use wasting space?
We are a jolly people and enjov"
our spare moments well, and there
is ever something pleasant on the
tapis, of which more anon.
The many frionds of Mrs. R. C.
Spalding, Kealia, who has. been quite
ill, will be pleased to learn of her
Doctor Weddick reports tho gen
eral public health very good.
The weather is superb.
Kealia, Oct. 28. 1893.
THE OAIilFORNIAN MAGAZINE.
Brief Review of Contents of Novem
The November uumbor of tho
California!) is refreshingly interest
ing iu its largo variety of contribu
tions. Tho magaziuo continually
savors of tho fresh and vigorous
spirit of tho Pacific slope. "Irriga
tion iu California," "California at
the World's Fair," "Football in tho
West." "Parks and Reservations,"
and "Chinese Fisheries iu Califor
nia" are the subjects of some of tho
articlos. John Vance Cheuoy, Prof.
G. N. Richardson, Clifford Howard,
Arthur lnhersloy, and J. H. Gil
tnour aro among tho contributors.
"Village Life iu Moxico," by Mr.
Inkorsloy, is delightfully illustrated
aud wolf written. "Tho Early Ameri
cans," by Professor Richardson, is an
instructive account of tho cliff
dwellers of tho south and southwest
United States; and "Among tho
Brahmins" is a skotch done with the
woll-kuowu familiarity with his subject-matt
or that J. H. Gilmour al
wjrys shows and with his facilo uon.
A romarkable story of occultism and
realism iiiterblendod is that iu the
form of fiction by Lilian E. Purdy
entitled "Tain;" and tho lino of tho
lnystorious is followed out by Dean
Clarke on "Spirit Photography."
Fiction is further represented by V,
II. Anderson, and critical literature
by .John Vance Chonoy. R. 11. Mc
Donald, Jr., writes upon "Tho
Source of Reform" and Frank Polloy
upon Falhor Juniporo. Tlio frontis
piece of the uumbor is a striking one
by Alexander Hurinor: subject, "Tlio
Last of the 01i.DwollorB.,1,
HOOMS TO LET.
f IMVO JMMtNlfUSKI) ROOMS IO It (IK.NV
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THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Ootober 24, 1893.
Moving for Economy.
Putting Legs to Lies.
Tho Inciease In Debt.
Personalities In Politic.
Answer to Mrs. Pratt.
Full Report of Cases on Trial.
PRO VISION A L LEG1SLA TURE:
Report of Sossion P. G. Councils.
77; MIOWERA WRECK:
Full Text of the" Naval Court's Find
ings. Latest News Items Concerning the
THE VOLCANO ROAD:
Rolling to tho Volcano in Carriages.
Now Electric Works.
A Talk with Mr. Davies.
Review of tho Troops.
I-ocal News and Gossip.
Shipping Keports, Etc., Elc, Etc.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
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terms can be arranged to suit the times.
Greenfield Stables, : Kapiolani Park.
W. H. RICKARD.
October 18, 1893. 859-lni
1 ROIUNSON BLOCK,
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IS OKl)i:it TO KKFKCT A
Before November 30, 1893,
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
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WILL Wl! OFl'liKCD AT
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J. M. de SA e SILVA.
Doors, Fences, Balconies and
Artistic Grave Fences
.Made to order of Wrought Iron, by
At Sterling's Painting Shop, Union Street.
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Engine Co.'s Building.
to S DP. M.
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tory School, Palama.
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EST1MATEB GIVEN ON Aid. KINDS
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Uulldlngs. All kindtt of Jobbing In the
ImJdlng trade attended to. Keopa for sale:
llrlck, Mine. Cement, Iron Stone Pipe and
1'iUliign, Old and New Corrugated Iron,
Mlnton 'J lies, Oimrry Tiles, assorted bites
and colors; California aud Monterey Sand,
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Splendid Line of Rattan
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PILLOWS OF LIVE GEESE FEATHERS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements In Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Solas,
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HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with the Latest Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
FOR SALE BY
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1 Family Carriage Horse, ;""'
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
R. I. LILLIE,
at T. H. Davies & Co.'s.
At this Well-known Store, a beautiful and
artistic line of Goods is now on view, all
having been personally selected. In the
Dry Goods Department
Mb. W. R. Nichols, late of New York.
there is to be found a choice assortment of
India and Surrah Silks, Pongee and Crape
Bilks, Persian Luwns, Swiss Muslins, Or-
andies and many other Kahrics of lovely
esigns and colors. The
Children's and Infants'
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Fancy Goods Department
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Honolulu, Aug. 31, ma
- in - Antique - Oak
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i Adniiubion Cards,
l Fraternal Curds,
J Milk Tickets,
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. Scholarship Certificates,
Receipts of ull kinds,
Labels of every variety,
Petitions iu any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Hporting Scores & Records,
l'orpcluul Wushing Lists,
General Book Work,
Elu., Kto Etc., Etci.,
Printed and Blocked when delnd.
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llce until It gives imtiHluctiun,