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New Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hand
Worth SO Oents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hand
"Wortli 75 Gerrta.
H. S. TBEGLOAN & SON.
Nuuanu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS JUST RECEIVED BY LATE ARRIVALS
Direct from China! Finest Mountain Quality! Superior to Any
thing Kvei Sold In Honolulu!
Camphor Trunks Fitted with I'utent Detective Lorks,
Latest Styles Chinese Bamboo Chairs and Lounges,
Beautiful Patterns Chinese Silk and Silk Ifandkerehiefi, lite.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Always on hand a Choice Assortment of Cashmeres, Tweed-, Etc , Etc.
Lew Prices ancl Good 3Tit C3-u.a.ra.xiteeci
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Buttor
Hew Goods Received by Every
All Orders faithfully attend t
solicited und packed with care.
Lincoln Block, Kino Sthekt,
BOTH TELEPHONES 1M0-
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
ISLANDS OlIIJERS SOLICITED, jft U" SATISFACTION GtJAIIANTEEI).
H. E. McINTYRE & JHIO.,
IMI'OHTEICS AND DKAI.EHs IN -
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New tiood Received by Every I'urkut from the Euslem Htiitei und Kiliojif.
FRESH - CALIFORNIA - i'RODUGE - BY EVKKY - STEAM Kit.
All Orders faithfully attended to and flood Delivered to any
Purl of the City FREE.
Island Qkdehs Solicited. Satihi'aotion Ocaiiantckh.
CAST CORNER J'URT AN1J JvJNO HTltEEIH.
-1. 0. I10X .172
ALWAYS ON HAND
Steamer from San Francisco.
.Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Unlet
Bet. ForiT and Alakea Streets.
-1'. O. HOX i.117
P. O I10X llfi
FOR SALE !
The undersigned oilers for sale the fol
low lni; Heautlful Stuck:
THK FINK 110UBK
AMI THE IOI.LOWIMI MMIKH!
"Angie A.," "Josio W.f"
"Sally Black" and Colt,
"Yum Yum' and Colt,
"True Blue" and Colt,
"Bazaar Fill v."
Full l'edliriees of the above can he
seen at Greenfield Stables, where price and
terms can hu arranged to suit tin.' times.
Greenfield Stables, : Kaplolanl Park.
W. II. KICKA RD.
October IS, 189:1. 839-1 m
AFTERNOON TEA LOTHS.
The undersigned lias just
received a large and varied
assortment of Hemstitched
and Fringed Tea Cloths;
also some exceedingly hand
.soine SiDEitoAKD Cloths in
different lengths, which he
invites his lady customer.
W. G. SPROULL.
We have just received ex "J.
C Pfluger" and "Paul Isenherg"
from Bremen, large consign
ments of Rock Salt, especially
adapted for Live Stock, and
which can he had in quantities
to suit, at extremely low prices.
Union Feed Co., L'd,
87-2w SOLE AUENT8.
SOMETHING NEW !
"Is there anything new un
der the Sun?" You will ask
yourself that question anil the
answer is "Go to M. Ooi.d
iseko's and have a look at hi
New Patent Ventilated Under
shirt; light, durable and cool.
A summer garment that can
not be surpassed; both in long
and short sleeves. Price 50c.
each. M. (Joldiiero is the
sole agent for Dr. (J. Jaeger's
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Seaside :v$ Resort
Waikiki, : : :
: : : Honolulu.
(Iituher ;'T. MM.
HHiUHf ilniif iirh ulil'imhiunid t hi nil
n tut till ntiirrti, iuitt, pure nir, clinr sin
water, iimiilfuoil unit liemtiily minmta Imiiti
nut leore hit tyr firry ivtniiifi uttr Hie I'mi
Jir and the dlttniit hllt uf Wniniiae, I irruw
mend him rordlallu In the "Hum Simci."
ittinmrr un'is sn:vi:.sti.
T. A. SIMPSON,
AKJIIHT.OI.AhH l'WMII.Y JIATUINO
Ituaurt ut Wnlklkl, TiamuiirM pusn
the gutu, Hpeolul Hrnineiiiuntti oitu hu
uiudii lor Kuiully l'lculi: und KveiiliiK
liuthlliu Purtlv. OoS-tl
1 TRADE J
Japanese Foto- Marriages Partioo
Knwnihatt has loug since hold first
rank nmoug tho districts of Kauai
for tho number and brilliancy of its
social fetes and entertainments, but
owing to a combination of cireuin
slnnuos, and influx of a largo num
ber of old frionds from tho other isl
ands, and new onos from abroad,
tho past few weeks lmvo boon un
usually gay and festive. Fotos, re
ceptions, tea-fights and social pas
times of various forms and colors
have followed each other in rapid
succession, aud society is beginning
to look just a trifle fagged.
Nov. Itli tho Mikado's birthday
was celebrated by His Majesty's sub
jects at Koalia mora extensively
than over boforo.
At an early hour people of differ
out nationalities, in holiday attiro,
beaau to arrive, bv noon tho lanrost
crowd ovor assembled in Koalia had
gathered to witness tho festivities,
consisting of acrobatic Bports, fenc
ing, wrestling, etc., which continued
throughout (he day, concluding in
the evening with a feast aud a very
creditable display of Japanese pyro
techuics. Thoro was but ouo casualty re
ported. A Jap, in preparing ouo of
tho rockets, was carelessly ramming
homo a charge of giant powder when
it exploded in his nands, puncturing
his body in several places, and other
wise seriously injuring him. He
will rocover, however.
Cupid has been right busy in these
parts lately, and as a result wo have
had quite a number of weddings,
with more to follow in tho near
Tuesday, Nor. 7th, Miss Annie
McDonald was married to Mr. Adam
Lindsay. Tho ceremony was per
formed at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Honolulu Bev. Alex. Mackintosh
officiating after which tho happy
couple took steamer for Kauai, and
proceeded to tho home of tho groom's
parents Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
Lindsay at Moloaa, where an ele
gant reception was held Wednesday
evening, Nov. 8th, followed by danc
ing and music which lasted until
dawn of the 9th. Notwithstanding
tho inclement weather and heavy
roads, which made traveling at night
a trifle disagreeable, there was a
largo party present, amongst which
were noticed many prominent Kau
aiaus. Mr. Lindsay is very popular
and highly esteemed by a host of
friends and acquaintances numbered
among the best people on the island,
who were anxious to do honor to his
charming young bride who made a
very favorable impression upon all
who had tho pleasure of meeting
There is a dash of romance con
nected with this promibiiiK young
couple dating back some twelve
years or moro, when they wore boy
and girl together far away among
the hills of Scotland, which resulted
iu the wedding just mentioned.
Miss McDonald is a "bonuie Scotch
lassie" from .Renfrewshire near
Greonock, whore she ilrst mot ana
loved tho bright-eyed boy that she
lias traveled half the world over
alone, and through many perils of
land and -sea being one of the
few fortunate survivors of the awful
collision between two passenger
trains on tho Grand Trunk road in
Michigan, Oct. 20th to marry aud
bless with a love that time and dis
tance has only strengthened. May
a long and happy life be theirs in
thoir now home at Kokaha, where
Mr. Lindsay is engaged in mercan
Wednesday, Nov. 8, Miss Bessie
Mundon, formerly assistant teacher
with Mr. F. W. Hardy of tho Maka
wao school, Maui, was married to
Mr. John Neal of Koalia, Kauai.
Tho ceremony and festivities took
place at Koloa, the home of tho
The engagement is announced of
Mis Maggie Lindsay of Moloaa, to
Mr. H. P. Fayo of Mana, Kauai.
Thoy will bo married earl' in De
cember. Mrs. Itufus Spalding gave a very
delightful reception and ball Friday
evening at Kealia in honor of Mr.
Adam Lindsay and his fair young
bnue, wnicli was largely atteudoil
and a very pleasant affair. Ouo of
tho many on joy able features of the
evening was a solo "Whispor and 1
shall Hear" by Mrs. Ed. Tonuoy of
Honolulu, with piano and violin ac
companiment by Miss K. Cummins
and Mr. Bon. F. Marks.
A very pleasant outing was had
tho other day, by a picnic up Wai
nuinui, given by tho ladios of "Lily
Mr. Wm. Eassio returned from
Honolulu by tho steamer James
Makeo, accompanied by Col. Z. S.
Spalding, this morning.
Tho weather is decidedly moist,
thoro having boon frequent und
copious raiu.s during the past ton
This afternoon a "black squall"
blow up from the north'ard accom
panied by brisk lightning and terri
fic thunder, while the rain fell iu
torrents. A wonderful feature of
the Btorm was two water-spouts,
which formed a few miles seaward,
north of Kealia. Tho larger one
UroKo upon tho plateau just beyond
Kealia, doing considerable damage.
They made a grand and awe-inspiring
sight as viewed by your corres
pondent and others.
Dr. Weddick reports the general
health vorv good.
Koalia, Kauai, Nov. 14, 1H1KJ.
Prevention Is Bettor
Than euro, and thoso who arc sub-
fii'ii from Hit nuid which causus tho
dUuitbu. You can ro)Jiiion llood'n
aaraupariiM as a roiuody for rliou
iiiatiHin and catarrh, also for uvury
foriu of norofiila, nail rhoum, boils
aud othor dinuauus catibod by iiiipuro
blood. It touoN aud itnlizoK thu
Hood'rt Pills aro uany aud yuutlo
Dr. Goo. il. Huddy, D. D, H Ikih
rumovod hibollli-o from KIiik Mruot
to Jktrotaulu ntroul, uuar lCiiium,
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
To the Ladies of
Our Dolls !
Have arrived so as to enable you
to Dress them for Christmas.
We can confidently assert that
a Nicer and Better Selected
Stock has not been offered iu
TIIEKE IS A BEAUTIFUL
Real Hair Dolls!
readv for vour
Next door to the Palaee lee Oreuni Parlors
High Class Novelties !
Ex S. S. " China."
l!e-peetfullv Invites her Numerous Pal
roiid to INSPECT tho
L ATM ;e ASSO rt ment
Received by Last Steamer!
C-NOTI-: THK ADDRKSS-m
Next door to the Paluee lee Cream Parlors
Hotel Stieet, - Oppo. Bethel St.
IN iiKiiKii to i:n-H.rr A
Total .".Clearance 1
Boforo November 30, 1003,
- THK BNTIKK STOCK OK -
Handsome and Artistic Goods
UILI. UK OH-I.HKII A I
R-eci-uoecl Prioes !
I Come and See for Yourself !
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
A HOOD PAY1NO HUHINKSh, WIILI.
esiahlliihed anil eeutrally healed.
I' or partleulum Imiulre of
(I. i:. ItOA HUMAN,
iO-lin fill) Kort street.
All kinds of Commercial J'tintinu
promptly eiecutnl at low ric at the
- BY -
J. KCOPP &. CO.,
-- COMPRISING -
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
Singlo Pieces und Sets.
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
In Kino Spring, Hair Wool, Moss and Straw Muttresi'.
PILLOWS or LIVE HKMSi: KKATIIEHS AND SILK. r'LOSS.
Latest Improvements in Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Louuges and Sofas,
Great Yarlety of Baby Carriages, C.ibs, Cradles and High Chairs.
Our Cabinet-Making Workshop Is Superior iu Men and Material.
KUKN1TU1IE ANU MATTIIESSKS RUr-AIRKD AS 0001) AS SEW.
MATTIXG - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE !
OUIt P11HT.S ALWAYS THK
J. HOPP c& OO.,
T-i .Klxi.Gr Street, - KCon.ol-aJ.ia., 3E-I. I.
I'KK HAItK "C. 11. lilt VAST.
OK ALL .styles;
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
In the Latest Patterns;
HAND SEWING MACHINES,
All with the Latest Improvements.
ALSO ON HAN'T)
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Pallor Organs, Guitars,
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & GO,,
King Street, oppo. Castle ,v. Cooke.
Real Estate Agency,
No. 519 Fort Street.
1 House on Oei mania street $J0 iier
1 House on Kmma Siiuurc -ilS per
1 Storo under the "Arlington."
1 Store on Nuiuinu stieet.
2 Houses, on Heretimia street.
'J Hoiu.es mi Kort street.
House and Lot on Derelnnia street near
l'ensaeola. Lot -.'(JO feet frontage mid
140 feet deep.
.Several Desliaole Hesidenees ut lii-i-ulas.s
1 Itesidenee on Germania (street.
fl. i: IIOAHDMAN,
All kinds iu any (piautity
hag to a ton.
Krom one hag to any quantity.
iFXR-E W"0 OID
In 1-ft. lengths and Kawed or Hplit,
from a hag to any iiautitv ; also
WHITE & IJLACK SAN l)i
H70 tf '
SOMORA & CO.!
Good Square Meals, 15 Cts.
No. 118 NT IT A NT STItKKT.
The Queen street Shaving Parlors
(Adjoining .Morgau'H Auction Hoomi
Mil ( N IIII1AIN a -
' IPU.u Plnuii Qlinvn rv TJfllv T'llf
CHAIRS, Etc, Etc,
LOWEST IN HONOLlM.r. -i
Arc Kfiviving Now Invoices of
BOOK AMD JOB STOCK
UY KVEKY STKAMK1J
M KUCHA NT STREET.
Where they ure fully pioimreU to do 1J
Kinds of woik lu the latest xtyles, ftt
the shortest notice und Ht the
luortt HeiiHouublu Hutes.
Fine Job Work lu Colors a Specialty
Kxouutfd lu the Most Allrartlve
Iteud the following ptutisil list of spec
ialtieb uiul get the Bulletin's priced be
fore placing your orders. By ho doing
you will ditve both time und money.
BiIIh of Lulling,
I rieholiualup Cortiliiuitfa,
I Muniugc Cei tilleutUB,
Heccipts of till kiuda,
1 I.ul)U of every variety,
1'utitioiiH iu any lungtiugu,
ICuvolopen &. Letter Ciretihiru,
Kporting Kcorea it KccoiiIh,
1 l'i'ipeluiil Wunliing 1iata,
(joiieial Hook Work,
Km., ICto,, Etc., Kin.,
1'iiuti'il and llloekcd when deniieil,
toy No .lob Ih allowed lo leave I hi of
lien until II glvt'H fcuii.lai'lKiii,
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