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New Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Fonr-in-HiM
"Wortli 50 Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hand
"Worth. 75 Oen.ts.
.. TREGL0AN & SON.
TTuaanu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS JUST KEOEIVEI) HY LATP. AIUUVALS
Direct from China! Finest Mountain l'iialit ! Superior to Any
thing 1-vi'i Sold in Honolulu!
Cumjilwr Ti unhs Fitted with Patent Deli elite Locks,
Luteal Styles Chinese Bamboo Chuiri and Laiiiujet,,
Beautiful Patterns Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
High Class Tailoring in All Its Branches!
AlwnjN on liaml a Choice Assortment of Cii-liiucrcs, Tweeds Etc , Etc.
Low UPrioes and Good 2Tit GriAaraiateecl
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roli Batter and Island Butter
VT ALWAYS ON HAND Jf3
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
All Older- fiiithfullv attend to.
olicited and parked with care.
Lincoln Block, Kino SriiECT,
liOTH TEI.UPHON'l'S '.MO
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
IhLANUS OlIDEH.s ,3()MCITI'I). J&8 Jt S VTISt'ACTION GUARANTEED,
II. i:. MoINTYRE & HRO.,
- - IMI'OIimt.S AND UI.AI.EHh IN -
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New (loud Iteoeivnd hy Every I'lleket fiom tliu I'uhU'llI bliiten and Elliopc.
FRESH - CALIFORNIA - 1'RODUOE - BY - EVERY STEAM12R.
All Order faithfully atttmili-il to and (li-ndii Dell vored to any
I'uit of thu City Fit UK,
Il.ANI OlII'LII!) SOMOITED. .SaTIHCAOTION QltAIIANTKEI,
BAST UOH'i:il FOIIT
: : : 25c. Each
: : : 35c. Each
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SatUfartion iriiar.inteed. Island Oidei
Uet. 1'oht ni Alakea Streets.
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'MO A IK
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A.S'I) KINO HTHttKTH,
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
To the Ladies o!
Our Dolls !
Doll Bodies !
Have arrived m us to i'iinlle von
to Dross tlieni for (Mu-istimis.
We can confidently assort tliat
n Nioor and Better Selected
Stock lias not been offered in
Real Hair Dolls!
All arc rcadv for vonr
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undersigned lias just
received a large and varied
a.isortmenl of Hemstitch i:i
anI) Fimnokh Tka Cloths;
also nome exceedingly hand
some Sii'Ki'OAiM) Cloths in
difi'erent length-), which lie
invites hi- lady
W. C. SPROULL.
SOMETHING NEW !
"If there anything new nu
clei the Sun?" You will ask
yourself that question and the
answer is "Cio to M. Goi.n
liiciici'.s and have a look at his
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.
eueb. M. Goi.iuiKiui is the
sole agent for Dr. G. Jaeger's
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Waikiki, : : : : Honolulu.
Ih tuber 27, ItHU.
If imuunr disirr such nltl-fashiimeit thing
im luielji tunery, iniit, pure tiir, dear ten
unter, (jiiml food mid heaienl; sunsets liuim
nut brfurti his egri nrnj timintj mer the Paci
fic unit the distant hill nf Wniainte, I ncont
mend him enrdiallu tu the "Unit Hiuel."
r.iiT i.otis srnvLwsoN.
T. A. SIMPSON,
r'AMM.Y HATH I NO
V Kubort at
Waikiki, Ttaiiiuarx tiutiu
the Ktu. Special arrmiKuimtiitH can Im
inuilti for l'liniily I'lcnles ami Ivvenlni.'
rpHI HOHOONKH 'NUH.MA.'
J. U'i 'I'ona Itt'Kinttir, mlisliui
tlally Im lit of Oak and Cedar;
Conner and Conner Kautunod.
I'nr nrleii and liurl li'lllnrrt amilv
7J-t( Tlli:u, II, IMYlCfc .V CO.
(Continued from ht Page.)
icnn countries, Nicaragua has offer
ed spooinl inducements for foreign
ers to settle within its bordors. Ouo
of those inducements was a promise
that, under certain conditions, thoj
would not bo subject to all taxes.
Some who have invested in lauds
and have established enterprises
claim that without this inducement
they would not have chosen Nicara
gua, but would have sottlod olso
wlioro. They claim that the adop
tion of such articles is unjust to
them and thoy are consequently in
a state of excitement."
Germany has frosli troublo in
South Africa as well as Groat Britain,
The Cologue Gazette has a despatch
from Capo Town, giving alarming
reports of the condition of affairs in
Gorman Southwest Africa. It is
stated that Chief Witbooi and his
followers had a fight with the col
onial troops near Horukraus, and
several Germans, including Lieuten
ant Francois, were killed, and the
Gorman settlements burned.
Along with the assassination of
the Mayor of Chicago, a regular epi
demic of craukism has broken out
iu tlio large uities of the United
States. One day's record in Now
York contains accounts of several
appearances of male and female
cranks, the Mayor and other officials
receiving visits from them in some
cases accompanied by violent actions.
If thoro was more promptness and
loss fuss iu dealing with dangerous
cranks by the authorities, that class
would not make itself so numerous
as it does iu every timo of any con
siderable public excitement. All
who attempt violence should bo sent
to the penitentiary within three
days, and all who kill to the gallows
or au asylum within thirty days, at
NOTES FROM HILO.
Volcano Active -Arrival of tho Lur-lino-
Tho crater is said to be particu
larly active. The Volcauo House is
being exceedingly well patronized.
Wilson's big concord wagon goes up
to the crater every other day from
Hilo. No one need be the slightest
alarmed about coming to Hilo on
account of scarlet fever, as there is
but one new case' which is quaran
tined. The three cases before re
ported aro now nearly well and soon
will be allowed to bo at liberty, wo
The beautiful snow appears at the
present time to fine advantage on the
tops of Mauua Loa aud Mauua Kea.
Arrived at Hilo, Nov. 14, brig Lur
line, Capt. Chas. Matson, 19 days
from ban Francisco, with a full
cargo of general merchandise and
17 mules, G horses aud 4 cows. Pas
sengersMr. Moir, Miss Longhor,
Mr. Webster, Mr. Low, Mr. Hut
chins. There was a surprise party at tho
house of ouo of our old residents,
Mr. W. L. Kose, on the 17th inst.,
got up iu honor of his daughter,
Mi's Ann Rose. The weather was
not particularly pleasant, but it did
not deter anyone from being present.
So we were delighted to meet and
have a good time in fact a good
time is assured when iuvitod to
this hospitable abode. There were
the three Misses Rose to greet us,
Mr. aud Mrs. Rose being particu
larly blessed. There was much
dancing during the evening, also
playing the zither by Mr. Wolff,
that being his favorite instrument.
He gave us much pleasure by his
excellent rendering of a good num
ber of selections. There was one
piano solo by Mips Helen Severance.
Before leaving wo were invited to a
bountiful lunch which wo all appre
ciated. J. A. M.
Hilo, Nov. 20.
Abundance of Rain -Interesting
Meeting of Teachers.
Lahaina, parched and thirsty for
so many months, has at last been re
freshed with abundant rain. It was
such a rain as does much good and
110 harm, not een interfering with
work, as it fell on Suuday.
Our new deputy shorilf, Mr. L. M.
Baldwin, is showing himself vigilant
in looking out for illicit liquor deal
ers. Whether ho will succeed iu
suppressing this sort of traffic re
mains to bo hcou, but it is already
ovident ho will try.
Tho Lahaina teachers met at the
residence of Mr. H. Dickenson last
Saturday evening to organize for pro
fessional study during tho remainder
of this school year. They resolved to
moot onco each three weeks, to mako
tho text book adopted by the Maui
Teachers' Association tho basis for a
somewhat extended course in the
history of education, and to take up
courses of study in touio sol-fa
music, free hand drawinir. and uer-
haps others as opportunity offers.
Tho first regular mooting is to lie
held at Luaehu school, next Satur
day, tho following being the pro
gram: Education iu Greece aud Rome,
General Discussion; Homer's Poems
as Koaders, Mr. H. S. Townsond;
Aristotle on Education, Mr. O. Ab
bott; LobMiu in Tonic sol-fa, Mr. II.
Dickensoii; Lesson iu Free-huud
Drawing, H. S. Townsond.
The satuo evening the young peo
ple had a pleasant dance and social
at tho residence of Mrs. F. H. Hay
soldoii, who, with her family, the
Misses Walker and Mr, Armstrong,
was spending a few days at Lahaina.
Just now there is considerable
general interest in the water-rights
case lo im tried before Mr. 11. Dick
eiiHou on tint 21) th hist.
Lahaina, Nov. 21, 18M.
cano nrriwxl uu t ho
from tint Vol
rttoumor K iiitui
I would like to oncpiire what is
the reason of the extraordinary dis
play of military (!) forcos made
ovory night iu the Btreots of Hono
lulu siuco the arrival of Ministor
WilHs. The stato of things hero,
provious to his arrival, was exactly
what, it is now, and yet the Saviors
of tho couutry (11) did not deem it
necessary to have armed men parad
ing tho streets ovory night. It would
seom then that tho danger, if any,
comos from tho person and presence
of tho U. S. Minister! and the suspi
cion is stronger still when we near
that ovory night the wharves and
landings are especially patrollod,
for foar of an iusiduous lauding of
American troopsl Now, how much
is all this tomfoolory going to co3t
tho poor taxpayorst We understand
that ovory night there aro 200 oxtra
mon and spies under arms patrolling
through the stroots or stationed in
certain thoroughfares. Two hun
dred mon at five dollars a night
mako soven thousand dollars a week,
thirty thousand a month, three hun
dred and sixty thousand ayoar, more
than tho wholo cost of running the
monarchy, for this siuglo item
alone. Now, as the natives aro per
fectly peaceful and unarmed, are the
Ministers afraid of thoir friends of
the American league?
THE COURT OF HONOR.
It Will Be Reproduced in South Ken
The matchless court of honor- at
the World's Fair, with its wealth of
sculpture and brilliant electric ef
fects, is to be reproduced iu South
Kensington, Loudon, and with it a
theatre is to be built, where "Amer
ica," tho theatrical sensation of the
exposition season, will be given. A
company of rich Englishmen who
visited the World's Fair furnishes
the money for tho gigautic under
taking. Thej have called to their
assistance several gentlemen former
ly in high positions in the World's
Fair. Among them are Charles B.
Atwood, until recently designor-iu-chiof
of tho exposition. Mr. Atwood
sailed for Loudon October 31 to
direct the work of fitting up the
buildings. Ho will soon bo followed
by Montgomery B. Pickett, who
lately resigned the office of secretary
of works uuder Mr. Buruham.
A Common Occurrence.
It is not unusual for colds con
tracted in the fall months to hang
on all winter or as soon as a person
is over one cold to contract another.
This succession of colds is what
causes chronic catarrh and bron
chitis. One or the other of these
diseases is almost certain to be the
result. For this reason it is of much
importance that colds contracted at
this season of the year receive
prompt atteutiou. They can be
quickly cured if Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is used. It acts on
naturos plan, loosens the colu, aids
expectoration, and relieves the
lungs, soon effecting a permanent
cure. 25 and 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
To Let or Lease.
rpVO NICELY VVH
JL nislied Rooms for
(It'iitlmiii-ii ut No
A NEATLY Fl'KNISH
od OottHge of three
Ituonii, -nimble for tvo
L'oiitlt'inen. at 7:t lleretuuiu
Street, opposite the Hiurniiua Hotel.
NEW HOUSE OK FIVE
Hooiuh, on Muguziue
Street, with Bathroom, Pat
ent W. O.. etc. Commands
one of the linest views in Honolulu. Ap
ply to (477-tf) . J. M. VIVAS.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VALUABLE PIECES OF
I improved Pioperty, located
in ditlfrent Parts of the City of
Honolulu; ull burcplns. Apply
for full uarticularu to
BBUOE & A. J. OAKTWIUGHT.
For Thanksgiving, Xmas
AND NEW YEAR !
Large Fat Cornfed Turkeys!
COP- Inquire of
C W. MACFARLANE.
The Queen street Shaving Parlors
(Adjoining Mornan'w Auction Itooiu)
VOl! UN 01I1AIN A
First Class Shave or Hair Cut
Imi'outkk ami Dkalrh im
Ladles' aud Children's Boots, Shoes
4 Oaidcn IStrttiiSa'
No. 103 Fort Street.
ALL PEItfeONB IIAVINO CLAIMS
iiKiilimt I'nuiiMi IIaiii ui pIciiK:
prone-ill tliu biinui to tliu iindumlKiit-d ut hit
ollli'ii, Merrhuut Street.
Honolulu, Nov, i, leiu, a7-1-tl
Splendid Line of Rattan
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD
In Fine Spring, Hair Wool, Jios nnd Straw MnttrensoB.
PILLOWS OF LIVE GEESE FKATHKHS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements Id Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sora Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas,
Great Yariety or Baby Carriages, G.ibs, Cradles and High Chairs.
Our Cabinet-Making Workshop is Superior in Men ami Material.
FURN1TOIIE AND MATTRESSES REPAIRED AS OOOD AS NEW.
MATTING - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - XOTICE !
OUll I'UICI'S AMVAYS THE
J. HOPP cSc
T-& .ECiM.'-r Street, ...
Next door to the Palace Ice Cream Parlors
High Class Novelties !
Ex S. S. "hina."
Hespeot fully Invites her Numerous
rons Jo INSPECT the
LARGE . ASSORTMENT
Received by Last Steamer!
NOTE THE ADDRESS
Next door to the Palace lee Cream Parlors
Oppo. Betbel St.
IN OltDKIt TO KIKKCT A
Before November 30, 1893,
-THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
Jlandsome and Artistic Goods
WILL BK OFFKBKP AT
R.ec-1-uoeci Prices I
Come and See for Yourself I
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
r.19 FOUT STREET.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
On WEDNESDAY, Not. 15th.
Opening Day for Xmas Goods !
CIU I'ORT STKKI2T.
in Antique Oak
CHAIRS, Etc Etc,
and Reed Furniture!
OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
LOWEST IN HONOLULU.
Are Receiving New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVERY STEAMER
Wucro they are fully prepared to do all
kinds of work in the latest styles, ut
the shortest notice and at the
most Reasonable Rates
' Fine Job Wort in Colors a Specialty 1
Executed in the Moat Attractive
Kead the following
wing partial list of speo-
laities mid get the Bulletin's prices be-
lore placing your order1. By so doing
you will save both time and money.
Bills of Lading,
'Roceipu of .u kinds,
i Plantation Orders,
Labels of every variety,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes it Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
Perpetual Washing Lists,
General Book Work,
Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Printed and Blocked when desired.
No Job is allowed to leave tha of-
llce until It gives satisfaction.
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IIUSTACE & CO.
All klmlH In any
quuntlty from a
From one hag to any iiianlity,
In 4-ft. lungthi uml Sawed or Split,
from u hag to any I'liitntit) ; almi
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