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ggr FOR FOUR
English Wardrobes, Plato Glass Front;
Marbletop Wash Stands,
Marbletop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
EJto., Etc, HJto.
THEOL HDAVIES & CO.
HAS JUST RECEIVED UY LA l'E ARRIVALB
Direct from China 1 Finest Mountain Quulit, ' Superior to Any
thing Eei Sold in Honolulu!
Camphor Trunks Fitted with Patent Deb dive Locki,
Luted Styles Chinese Humbuo Cluiirx unil Lounges,
Beautiful Patterns Chinese. Sill; mid Silk Handkerchief t , Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Alwaja on hand a Choice A snort im nt of Cashmeres, Tweeds, Etc , Etc.
Low Prioes arid G-ood IrTit GHaEtraxiteeci
IMPORTER AN15 DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll
New Goods Received by Every
All Orders faithfully attend to.
Millulled and packed with cure.
Lincoln Block, Kino Sweet,
BOTH TELEPHONES 210
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - IIOITSK - fJOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
ISfLANUB OliUKUS SOLICITED, jfll 0 SaTI.'IFACTION GUAIIANTELl).
IL E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
-- IJII'OIITEItS AM) UKAhKUS IN -
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed,
New Goods Kcuelvetl by Evury Puckut from the Eantern Status anil Kuropi,
FRESH - CALIFORNIA - I'ROUUOE - BY - EVERY - STEAMER.
All Orilera faithfully attoinleil to anil OooiU Uellvurml to uny
Part of tliu Cltj FREE.
lULlKJ) OltUEhS SOUCIIKI). SATISI'AOTIOS UUAHANTKEIl.
EAST CORNER POUT AND KINO STREETS,
Near Hotel Street
-P. O. BOX 372
Butter and Island Butter
Steamer from San Francisco.
biitisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Ret. Foiit anb Alakea Streets.
-P. O. BOX 297
-P. 0. 110 X 115
I TRADE J
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The imderxigneil has just
received a large and varied
t assortment of Hemstitched
and FuiNiiKD Tica Cloths;
also some exceedingly hand
some SiDKHOAUD Cloths in
dili'uronl lengths, which he
invites his lady customers
W. C. SPROULL.
SOMETHING NEW 1
"Is there anything new un
der the Sun?" You will ask
yourself that question and the
answer is "(Jo to M. Goi.n
m:wi's and have a look at his
New Patent Ventilated Under
shirt; light, durable and cool.
A summer garment that can
not he surpassed; both in long
and short hleeve-v. Price 50c.
each. M. Goi.dhkiu: is the
sole agent for Dr. G. Jaeger's
Sans Souci" Hotel
October 27, 16-13.
tf anyone deuie such old-fashioned thinys
ns'toieiy iceneni, iniit, pure air, clear sea
Kilter, aood food and heaienly tnnitets hnnq
out liefote hi eyes tiery eiening nier the I'ari
fie and the dhtant hill'i Winanae, I leiom
metid him cnrdiutlu to tin "Huns Sonci."
iiuuunr i.oris sti:vi:xsox.
T. A. SIMPSON,
For Thanksgiving, Xmas
AND NEW YEAR !
Large Fat Cornfed Turkeys!
sxjoKiiisra- pigs !
V9 Inquire of
C. W. MACFARLANE.
CUJNFOUMINU TO AN AMRKICAN
Ciibtom, Minetiuned by the President
ol the United States, Thanksgiving fcer
vtuen will he held THURSDAY, Nov. WJtli,
at Central Union Church, at 11 a. m. and at
St. Andrew's Cuthedral, at hours to be an
ALIIDUT ri. WILLIS,
U. S. Luxation.
Nov. IS, IsiM. hKT-od
nil l-'ORT STREET.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th.
Opening Day for Xmas Goods !
510 FORT STREET.
The Queen-street Shaying Parlors
(Adjoining MorKUii's Auutlnii Kooni)
VOL' t AN OHIAIN A -
FirHt Class Shave or Hair Cut
APIKBT-OLAbH FAMILY IIATUINO
Honor! at Wtilklkl, TruuicarH un
tht) gale, Hpoclal iirriinnoiiiutita run b
tuaitu for Fiunlly Pluutci unil EvviiIiik
Uttthllig Purtlon, Wb-tf
THE MIL! jMHTM.
MONDAY, NOV. 27, 181)3.
SvTimtuv, Nov. '!".
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Sl'.MiW, Nov. '-'!.
Btmr ('Inudlno from Muul
Htiiir Mlkahala from Iviuai
til nil Junius Makoc from Kau.il
Stmr Mokolil fiom Molokal
MnMiw, Nov. -7.
tjtmr Kaala for Waiatiae, Walalua, Mtiku-
lulu, Lulu, Knliuku ami Piuialuu .it I
Stmr J A Cummins for Koulnu
Bt nil Mokolil for Kauuakakai, Kiitmvlo,
Pukoo, Halawa. Wiiilau, Pelekunii.
iviuuiipuim, L41llUllia, MIONWUU null
Ijilini lit i m
Stmr JuinoH Mnkeu for Kapiia ill t p in
Schr Mahimahl for Walalua unil W'nlniini
Sloop Waiaime for Wuiiimiu
VobsoIb Jioaving To-morrow.
Am ulir Robert Letters, Uooihiiju, for San
Stmr Ciuudinefor Kaliultil.Keanau, Humi,
Hnmoti, Klpahulu, Nun, l'uuuhnu, Ku-
kalmi at f i in
Stmr Mlkahala for Niittllittill, Koloa,
Elecle, Makawoli, Wulmeuuml Kekaha
ut 5 p m
Stmr lualanl for Nawiliwlll. Hnuumiiulu.
Kilauua, Kiillhluni and Hanalei at d
Sulir Mnry 10 Foster for Waimea
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per Htmr Claudino 7'2.r2 bags sugar, 1WI
hags potatoos. 41 Imcs torn, .U bags
taro and Vii pfegs sundries
Stmr Mlkahala .172' bags sugar, M bags
potatoes, 44 bags porn, ."lOoags taro, l"J.'i
Stmr Jas Makee 100 bags sugar.
Stmr Mokolil U) bags bones, U bides, 40
goatukins, t0 sheep, VI valves and 1
From Muni per stmr Clundlue, Nov. 'JiS
C llolte, S Loulsson, A lSuuhholt,C KCoe,
.1 U Josepa, W H Cormvell, Miss Widdi
lleld, Jno Iticliurdson, it von Tumpsky, H
Center, Theo Wollf, J L Dumas, I Fiied
lander, Mrs 1'eterson, K G Core.i, Uro 'Jcr
truin and 'Al deck.
From Kamil per stmr Mikiibala, Nov -li
A Dreier, DrJIv Smitli, Mis Juliette
hinitli, XIr M.irkos, Rev H lsenlieig and
wife, Mis Uoiupke, Miss Aiilmncr, J Ke
soni, Q Makagao and 40 deck.
From Molokui per stmr, Nov ".'il Mrs
Van (liesen and 12 deck.
For Waianac pur stmr Kunln, Nov 27 H
A Widoinauu, (' O Berger, Cajit Metcalfe
adn Win Maedonald.
The .steamer Mikahala, leaving for port
on Kauai to-morrow afternoon will touch
at Nawiliwili for pas&engors only.
The Hriti-h bark Duke of Argyll, which
arrived from Newcastle, N.b V.,"on S itur
day last, will commence discharging her
coal at the new Port-street wharf to-morrow
The hark Albert took a load of sugnr from
the teanier Mikahala 'liN morning. The
bark It. P Kithet shipped Mime from the
steamer .lames Makee.
The American scnooncr Robert Leworu
was loading suear at the Oceanic wharf
this morning. The ltoburt Leweis will sail
for San KrancNco t-o-morrow foicnoon.
Tlie Dritish bark County of Merioneth,
Oapt. Parry, ariived at Astoria on Novem
ber llth. The Merioneth sailed from this
port on October -.!4th last.
The German batk Paul Isenberg, Capt.
Biet, recently here, has been chartered at
han Francisco to carry wheat and mer
chandise to Cork, U. IC, Havre, Antwerp
A line of sailing vessels is proposed be
tween Seattle and Honolulu. The first
vessel is eipected to lecve Seattle Novem
ber 20th, and will return via San Francisco,
taking s igar and Hawaiian ptoducls there
and bringing merchandise up to the Sound.
L'oiianeri ml lieu .
The latest charters reported in San Fran
cisco aie: It rks Harvester and Annie
Johnson to Hilo, bark Ceylon to Honolulu,
brig Consuelo to Kahuluf, schooner J. M.
Weathc wux and ship 11. P. Chconoy, both
from Departure Ilaj , to Kuhului au'il Ho
nolulu respectively ; bktue. S. O. Wilder to
Honolulu, sehonnci- Olga, John G. North,
anu Jennie Ward to Maliukona.
LEVEY in this city, November '-'7, 18'U,
to the wife of Lewis J. Levey, a son.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
nt e. J. LYONS.
v. i -
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'n.iii. p.m. p. in. a. in
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Tups. 'SS 7 20 h JO 2 50 0 1!0
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(1 'la A 17 10 As
?J 8 41 110 4 40 I .ill' II -ID A IT 11 .11
TIiuiH. 30 i) i.1 11 II) (i 0 :t 0 1121 fi 17
fli. I 11 ii.ll AO I! 20 4 60 11 22 5 17 II 4'l
iit. 2 . II 20 (I Ml' (, 0 li 2 A 17 I 41
Sun. a 1 20 II 40 0 So 7 0 (. il 5 18 I 32
Lust ijiiiirtur of tliu moon on tin- 2'Jtli at lOIi,
37m. ji. m.
Time WhlHtlc blows at 111. 2tmi. ,11a. li.in. of
Honolulu tliiiu, which lb tliu Hiimu iu till. Urn.
Oh of Uiecnuluh tiniu.
Korewi) liiOOfcot of distance of tliuobsm
vcr (fiom iliuOiiHtoin IIiiiiM,) allow onu ncc
Olid fOI tlllllrillllH.lcHl Of HmillU, Ol 5 Hfll'OlldN
to iiHtatuti- uillu.
WHAT THEY SING.
What Always Oarrios tho Crowd
Tho patriotic song, "Kaulana na
Pua o Hawaii," composed aud sung
by the Hawaiian National Band at
their concerts, has been put into
Eugliah verse by "Makee Aupuni":
Standing by our native land
Are wi'bons of Hawaii mil,
Daring a fnlsn anil treacherous band,
Whose minions uoiuo from o'er the bch,
llesponilH our hearts from IhIu to Isle,
Jturolvi'd lo dlo before wo yield,
Our tiiiuit ut hirtliriuht lio'ordellle,
Wf'll Hplll oiii blood on frerdoui'snlileld.
Hesjioudb Hawaii of Kcauo
To fuilhest HamU of grtfiii Muuo,
Piilani'H land, and Kaluililliimu'- xund,
Khali wllnnsH that wo face the foe.
We nuorn the touch of briber'u gold,
We morn the pay that inakeH tliu nIhvp,
Oiiruhllilrni'Hnhililreii will be told
'I were better till a patriot's grave.
No traitor pen will we e'er hold
To hIkii our eoiiutry'N life away,
I oine tiviilnieiit rude, and stones for food,
Our henrln on love of home will xta.
Our patriot (jueun wo'll uliiml by xtlll
Ihrough ntoriu mid hlilne, voiuu whut
lt frM.uif n voice tliu natlon'H will
And pem.. l flout o'er Hwll.uul.
From Waimoft, Kauai.
Almost ovory district in the isl;
audo, with tho oxcuption of this, hns
some limn who sonrfa down to Hono
lulu tho smallest nows itonia for tho
pnpors, hut wo havo not tho boon or
nuisanco of having anybody in this
distriot to toll pooplo ovory weok
nucli nowB an: "Mr. So and So has
gouo to Honolulu to got a now sot
of falso tooth," or "Miss X had tho
painful accident to got a slivor in
nor right iudox-lingor yesterday, but
it was happily romovod two mfnutos
lator without any other surgical in
strument than a pin," etc. Tho
failure of sueh world-inlorosting
news coming forth from this dis
trict, maltos considered as outside
tho civilized world and its people
backwoods-people. Wo aro not,
however, anu in oruor to prove tuis
statemont let me tell you that this
is a wide-awake distriot and that
people soo one another hero as often
as in any other district in the isl
ands and get up grand affairs too.
Last week Mr. A. Lindsay of Ko
kaha brought homo his bride, and a
rocoptiou was givou at his residonco
on last Monday aftoruoou, with lots
of good cako, coifoo, tea, etc. Tho
hoalth of tho new-married couplo
was drunk in champaguo. At that
reception everybody proaout was in
viteo to a grand ball at Isenberg's,
Kekaha, on Thursday night, and
there you would bo astonished to
seo ladies- in tho latest from Worth
and gentlemen in full dross dancing
to the notesof Waimoa international
band. Anybody, who has boon in
tho Isouborg mansion at Kekaha,
knows what grand hospitality there
is shown, and on that night it al
most broke its own record, and if
tho people had not had anything
else to do than to enjoy themselves,
they would probably bo dancing
Saturday night was tho grand fair
in aid of Waimea hospital fuud, for
which our ladies cannot bo given
enough praise. In the afternoon it
rained and the weather was very
thro touing, but yef business was
brisk and the depression on the
money market on account of the
Sherman bill seemed not to havo
any influence on trade. The fair
was opened at 1 p. in. and at 8 every
thing was sold, and over a thousand
dollars were tho net proceeds.
Through the efforts of Waimea
Ladies' Benevolent Society there is
now sufficient funds to build all the
A project for starting a good club
here is afloat, and Saturday night
this week a meeting is to bo held for
starting it, but the meeting will
probably have no largo attendance,
as there is a grand musicalo at
Bolloview, the manager's residence
on Makaweli plantation, for which
invitations wore out. in same mail as
for tho club meeting.
Now, Mr. Editor, if you be kind
enough to put above in your paper,
I hope it will prove to the world
that Waimoa, Kauai, is no such
backwoods place as some people
think, if we have no bright genius
who suffers from inhslingia tremens.
Hoping that I shall not have to
prove any more that Waimea, Kauai,
is just the place whore you want to
live, I remain, lours truly,
The Waimea Man.
A Common Occurrenco.
It is not unusual for colds con
tracted in tho fall mouths to hang
on all wi liter 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. Oue or tho other of these
diseases is almost certain to be tho
result. For this reason it is of much
importance that colds contracted at
this season of the year receive
prompt attention. They can bo
quickly cured if Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is used. It acts on
natures plan, loosens the cold, aids
expectoration, and relieves the
lungs, soon eHeeting a permanent
cure. 25 aud 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Bonsou, Smith
& Qo., agents for the Hawaiian
Rooms to lot with board at llaui
For Now Silks and Infants' Out
fits go to "Ka Maile."
Dr. R. I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his office from King street
to Boretania street, near Emma.
Soft soap in quantities to suit, for
sale .by The Honolulu Soap Work
Co. M. W. McCheBney & Sous,
Cmt. Hkbskisd and J. MoMeekin,
Piano Tuners aud Toaohors, Pen
hallow House, Beretania street. Mu
tual telephone 011. Lessons givou
on Piano for beginners and practi
cal piano players. Tuning orders
will be promptly attended to.
To Lot or Lease.
rpWO NICELY ElTJt
X . nlbheil Itooius for
(ieiitleiiitiu at No, i (laiden
A NEATLY FURNISH.
eJ OoUhko oi three
Koonib, hiillable for two
uuntleiucil. at TA lierL'tanla
Street, opposite the Hawaiian Hotel
NEW HOUSE OK K1VE
Hooinu. on Magazine
hlreet, v.ith llatlirooiu, Pat
ent W, V, iito. Couiiiiamlu
one of the tluest vlewu In Honullllu. Ai
ply to (177 tf) J. M. VIVAS.
ItEAL ESTATE FOIt BALE.
7 VALUA1ILE IMIIOEH OK
I improved Property, joeiiteil
In illll-'rent l'arla ol the City of
Honolulu: ull 1juii;uIiik, Apply
for full nartleiilam to
liHUOE A A. J. OAUTWUIUHT.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDKU THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
.JtTEjJBMMnMJnyMATCI. Ji 1 K rs
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BKKN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS FOR
thetc SilitKDDKits unit uio now piopmcd lo receive onlor.s.
Tho grcut ndvunliiguB to he deiivcil from the uo of the National Oank
SiuikddkI! arc thoroughly cHtublitihinl unil acknowledged by Planters
The large number of Plimtcra using them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, bear witncus lo the
Tho use of .the SiiKi:iii:it very largely augments the quantity of cane
the mill can grind (2o to fi0), uloo the extraction of juice (5 to 12).
It is n great safeguard, making known at once the piesence of any
pieces of iron, slakes from caia, or anything which would be liable to damage
the null, and allowing amph time to remove same before damaging the mill,
Tho Kiittimunit is very strongly made, and fiom tho manner of its opera
tion it cuts or tears these pieces of wood ol iron without often breaking the
Shkkddku; and if anything in oak?, it is simply some of the knives or cutters,
which can be quickly and economically replaced. Thc.SiiitKDDKii, aa iU
name indicates, tears the cane into Miicdn of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra pnwci necessary to grind or crush the whole
cane. The SiuiiviiDKR spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading the bagasse, by
hand between the mills, where regrindiug is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity it. lequired to opeiale the SnitKuuBK than that which was
sullicient fur the null, for the above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Siiiuuidkrr, enabling any competent en
gineer to successfully install and stmt them.
In ordering SmiKDiinits fiom us, please send small sketch, showing the
diameter and width ol the mill roll- with which Shiikodbk is to be connected,
also the side (either light or left hand as you faee the delivery side of the
mill), upon which the null engine is located, also the height from floor line
to center of front mill loll shaft, and distance center this shaft to fiont end
of bed plate. These Shkkiidkkh are now being used by the Hilo Sugar Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohalu, where they are giving great satisfaction.
fjF Prices and further pitrticulais may be bad by applying to
J. HOPP 8c CO.
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
t r iTT ni Tin grran" r
1 HawtfJMesuJ'1";?' wm
i,Ml I., i ' a
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture J
Single Pieces and Sets.
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
E L E G A N T U PHOLSTE RY
In Fine Spring, Hair Wool, Moua and Btraw Mattresses.
PILLOWS OF LIVE GEESE FEATHEUS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest improvements Id Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas,
Great Yarlety of Baby Carriages, C.ibs, Cradles and High Chairs. -
Our Cabinet-Making Workshop Is Superior in Men and Material.
FUHNITORE AND MATTRESSES REPAIRED AS GOOD AS NEW.
MATTIN"G - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE 1
OUH I'KICES ALWAYb THE LOWEST IN HONOLULU.
J. HOPP & CO,
ITo. 7-2: JCl33.gr Street,
Next door to the Palace Ice Cream Parlors
High Class Novelties !
Ex S. SCWna."
Respectfully lnvitea her Numerous Pat- !
roiiH 10 INSPECT the
Received by Last Steamer!
NOTE THE AW)EEbB-l
Next door to the Palace Iru Cream Parlors
lUI'OIUKIl AND DKALtll III
ueiii 8, usaies' aua uuiiareu n uoois, suoes
NO, 103 l'01't atl'OBt.
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
'Sole Agents for the Jfawaiian Islands.
CHAIRS, Etc, Sic,
Hon.ol-u.lia., H. I.
Hotel Street, Oppo. Betbel St.
IN nilUKR TO KfTBOT A
1 Total. ".Clearance I
Before November 30, 1893,
- THK ENTIRE STOCK OF -
Handsome and Artistic Goods
tt!M. HB OrrKRKU AT
iR.ecl-u.oecl Prices !
Come and See for Yourself 1
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
114 - ROTH TELEPHONES gm Hi
HUSTACE & CO.
All klmlH in any quantity from a
hag to a ton.
,, , , .,.
' Kroin one hag to any iiiiuutity.
I In lt.'lcin;lli anil Sawed or Built.
""'" B ""h " ".inmmy; mio
WHITE & BLACK SAND