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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KKOM AND AFTKU JUNE 1. 1W3.
To Kwa Mim.
LOOAli AND GENERAL NEWS,
Au Amoricau mall will bo sout by
tho S. S. Arawa.
Leave Honolulu ,
Leave Peurl Olty.
Arrive Kwa Mill.
Leuve Kwa Mill .
Leave l'earl City
,u:ai 11:15 4:15
7:30 11:65 4:55
A. Saturdays only.
C. Kumiavs excepted.
I). Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY. DEC. 1, 1893.
Dinnioud Head, 8 p. m. Wenlhor
cloar, wind light woHt.
Patriot Einmolutli hns bioii vory
busy at night timo distributing guns.
Ouo p.iBBougor by tho stormier W.
G. Hall this morning was for tho
Thanksgiving sorviuos at Central
Union and St. Andrew's churches
wore well attended.
BUFF AND BLUE BEAT.
j Punahous Provo Tholr Prowess Over
j Tho loug-looUod for football game
i between the Punahous, who have
; held tho championship for tho past
i few consoiis, and tho Pacifies took
I place on the Leairuo irrouud yestor-
I day afternoon. There was a largo
! nnil MiiHuiainfif in imf linrimr in Mm
stand and tho uround in tho enclo
sure was dotted with people. Ganio
STRIKE OF FIRE FIGHTERS .
E. A. JACOBSON,
Forgot That tho Hon
Run the Machine Now.
M.A.R, TINTED nej-ws.
TllllllHiiAV, Nov. 30.
fJtmr Kanlu from Waliilun
Btmr Walaleulu from l.uhalna ami liania
kua Fhiday, Dec. 1.
Btrur Leluia from wlndwurd
Fiiihay, Deo. 1.
btiur W U Hull for Latiaina, Maalaca,
Kotiu, Kuu and Vuloano ut 10 u m
Hchr Kiiulkcaouli for Haniaktia
Oargoos from Island Ports.
Stmr Wuiulcule 2o'Kl hags sugar.
Stmr Kaulu 2127 bags paddy.
From Wuliiniie per stinr Kuala, Sov:!0
H A Widumann and 3 deck.
From Hamukiia pur stmr Waialciile, Nov
30 Mis J T Starker. Miss X Hums and !t
For Maui and Hawaii per stmrW U Hall
Dec 1 Volcano: J 11 lluist. Way ports:
0 Aohoj, Mr Hitchcock, F Hieman, V
Berlowitz, Mrs Morse and child, l)r Me
Gettigen, F koehler, A Haneberg and
Goo Kim, Nuuanu street, has a
choice assortment of Christmas toys
for salo. Call and see ( hem.
To-morrow evening at 7 o'clock
J. F. Morgan will soil a quantity of
dry goods, also a special Hue of rugs
of different sizes.
Road Supervisor V, II. Outnniings
has boon arrested for assault and
battery on a Mrs. J. K. laukea.
Hearing is sot for Saturday.
Judge Robertson, sentenced Ka
Nina, a Chinaman, to ouo mouth's
imprisonment at hard labor, for in
dulging in au opium smoke.
Four Chinomon wore arrested at
Mauoa this noon for smoking opium.
At tho Station bail was fnotl at 100
each, ou which thoy wore all libe
rated. Copies of tho Bulletin containing
tho fullest roport published of tho
Masonic Tomplo dedication can lie
had at the olllco and news stands
for tho Arawa's mail.
Tho District Court was in session
yesterday, but the ouly fines record
ed are: Ah Cheoug, for opium smok
ing, ?50; Kahalopio, assault and bat
tery on Haaheo, .? poutonco.
the mascots of the contesting teams
appearing ou the ground. For the
Punahous ouo of tho students from
the college was chessed in iTuiiiform
of bull and blue, and carried a huge
umbrella to match. I ho I'aoilics hail
tho identical "hoodoo" donkey
which lost the Hawaii's a late base
ball game. It was in a uniform of
crimson with "Pacifies" in white
letters. The Punahous wore tho
initials of Oahu College ou their
The Pacifies put the ball into
play, using tho wedge trick and
gainod quite a distance. Tho ball
passed backward and forward aud
several pretty tackles wore noticed
ou both sides. The Punahous moved
down to within ten yards of tho goal
when thoy wore forced back, and at
8:2G tho Pacifies scored a touchdown
t. No goal was kicked. At .'1:110
the Punahous started play, aud a
few minutes after they had covered
thirty yards of thoir oppoueut's ter
ritory. Fifteen minutes after tho
beginning tho Punahous scored a
touchdown 1. Timo was called at
The second half was begun at
4:00 with the Punahous' ball. They
gained little by little aud at length
scored a touchdown. The final play
was won b$ tho Punahous, a touch
down being scored. Time was up
A Chiuose woman, who has boon I at uAh, with tho ball in favor ol tho
annoying Chinese storekeepers in I Punahous. Total 12 to 4.
Chinatown, was locked up yostor-j During tho latter half the Pacifies
day for insanity. Tho woman was seemed to bo winded and have no
omiimiMnrl in tin. Tiw.inu Auviimi i st renin h. An unfortunate lail (lis
As provioiVjly reported, the Firo
Commissioners appointed Frank
Cooper as senior foreman of tho de
partment vice James Hunt, pro
moted to Chief Engineer. Tho ap
pointment was unsatisfactory to a
majority of tho firemen, tho clioico
being Geo. Townsond, an old and
tried fireman, who can locato any
.!. ,,nn,i ,. ,.,iiv si ,.in..if . hydrant in tho city. Iho mon aid
. i i v i i . i i ..... i nnf unv ntivfliimr
LATEST NEW YORK NOVELTIES
not sav auvthintr until yesterday,
when, after being paid off, thoy
made known their desire. If it
wasn't allowed thoy would loavo and
that is what happened. Jbour mon
remained in Co. No. 2 aud two in
Co. No. 1. Chief Eugiuoor Hunt
sot about aud engaged twelve now
men to fill tho vacaucios. nearly all
having boon firemen in the now de
funct volunteer firo department.
" The Boat in the World."
This is wliut D. Wuoilring, of
Jhinlly, Ky says of Ch.inilierluinV
Uotiuh Uouiiily. He spoke from per
sonal experience in the use of it, him
self anil family having just been
curt'tl of had cough anil colds by it,
mill considers it tho host in the world.
For snip by nil dealers. Benson,
Smith ,t Co. "Audits fur tho Hawaiian
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NU. 6ul KOUT 8TUKKT.
Who led for Urn Coast liy last slcaluei, will
arrive on Decoinher 2d, Its tliu
"Au-tralla," with a
now oi'i:x a i
N. S. SACHS
QQO Fort Btreet, Honolulu,
And locate at tho above mentioned
Laces and Embroideries !
The l.m gust Assortment and the Kinest ever Imported in tin Islands.
KINK ULAOK ALI.-OVKK LACKS in l'laiu, Potted and Mrii ed with t.atcs to match.
KI.KOAN'l lll.ACKMI.K LACK FLOCNCKs with lMgeinc to match.
POIVI D'1-.SI'ltll NK1 In Itlatk and I). Urate Shad
kndi.kss vaiui:ty or--
l'eservc your Xiiiiu and
Year's purchases until hli return.
N. P. JACOBSON,
Tho Auhouser-Busch Browing Co.
for which Macfarlane & Co. tL'd.)
are the agents for those islands, has
"taken tho cako" at the World's Fair
for their justly colobrated Ealo
Brand of boor. If you don't believe
this statement, road what tho St. Louis
Globe-Democrat says about it in ;
Tho MyrtloB and Planets play tho
next game in tho amateur series at It
o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
Black Laces, White, Cream and Ecru Laces
In rillk and Cotton, llicludlnn the Two Tune, and Hlnok and White enmlilnulloti.
KMIIKOIDKKKI) XKr KI.OUNPKS in White and IMIeale Hhadui.
HWIsy i:MilU01I)Klti:i) KUH'Nn'.suln l!i ldrnain.
SWlS CMimOIDKItlKS In All Width" ami Nen.m I'nttern-.
OCR TRIMMING DEPARTMENT IS COUPLET!
l.ATBST SILK PASSAMKNTKUIES in Itlaek and ( olor-.
JET l'ASSAMENTKKinS TltIMMlXH in New Patterns.
SILK and.lK.r V SSA.Mi:V l'i:iII in Sets -In lllael; and folorcl.
i.so a comii.i:te vi:w i.ixi: or -
Silk Ribbons, Satin Ribbons and Fancy Ribbons, Etc.
When you Imvc goods which
the people wunt, the best way is
to udvorti.e so that they the
this afternoon. i ablud D. V. Corbett, necessitating II H I WIT 1 I) JT 1 ) (1 , IKMtple. run rend, murk, leuvii
,. I his retiring. The playing of Prof. N jl I 1 1 I I A I K and iuwitnllv digeM, what vou
Japanese resideuts aro working Frein, Karden. Chris. Holt, -Carliw 1 1 l!i R U U U A II 1 J I lU , lmve to nilveitise Our
up a reception to the captain and , Long and Chas. Cooke of the Puna- '
omcera of tho Aaniwa hourly ex
pected. A diuuer and a National
baud concert at tho Hotel will be
the. maiu features.
hous was brilliant. Chas. Crane.
Jas. Lemon, Corbett and Jno. Wise
did good work for the Paeilics.
.ludire Frear and Lieut. VoRolge-
fTi. it ii 4 ,r i i I sang acted as refoieo and umpire in
The Honolulu Amateur Minstrels i J,v.f.,.,, .,..,, ,,., 'pi, p n
r"tii irim hmj uuiiiui . iv .
bXOPPED AT THE FENCE.
& P. O. Soldier Tries to Escape From
About 7:30 o'clock this morning a
burly-sized member of tho P. G.
guards stationed at cue Executive
building made au attempt to escape
over the feuco on the King street
aide. The man had probably been
deprived of liberty, for he was seen
to emerge from the basement aud
make for the King street entrance.
The guard on duty there saw tho
man ruuning aud fixed bis bayonet
ou his gun. The deserter jumped
up on the fence and was about to
jump over when the sentry's "TT.tH.
or I'll fire," rang out. Ho hesi
tated and the sentry called for tho
corporal of the guard. The corpo
ral arrived and ordered the man to
get down. The man answered, "I
won'tl" After soveral commands
tho corporal ordered tho sentry to
keep him covered, aud to fire if he
attempted to got away. Two men
were called and tho deserter was for
cibly pulled down from the fence.
The man probably thought it was
about time to quit.
FOB THE CHAMPION'S MEN.
Entertainment by the Y. M. C. A.
at Their Hall.
At 7:80 this evening the men of H.
B. M. S. Champion will be enter
tained at Y. M. C. A. hall, the fol
lowing being the program:
Vocal duet Mrs. Damun and Miss Herewith.
Song H. Urazier
ViolmSolo . .Jliss Poty
Song J. O. Spicer
Vocal Solo Mrs. Mailer
iittnjo Sailor's hornpipe X. Kelger
Club twinging Prof. Tnney
Refreshments Ice cream and cake.
All aro cordially invited to attoud.
Minstrelsy on Board.
The minstrel entertainment given
by the men of the U. S. flagship
Philadelphia, on board the white
- cruiser yesterday evening, was at
tended by a large number of invited
guests aud was very much enjoyed.
An improvised stage had been made
aud was nicely decorated. The first
part of the program waa rather slow,
but tho latter part kept tho audi
ence roaring with laughter. The
show taken in all was very creditable
and the management was perfect .
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is carefully
prepared from Sarsaparilla, Daude
lion, Maudrake, Dock, Pipsissowa,
Juniper berries aud other well
known remedies, by a peculiar com
bination, proportion and process,
giving to Hood's Sawaparilla cura
tive powers not possessed by other
medicines. It effects remarkable
cures when other preparations fail.
Hood's Pills euro biliousness.
will make a seeoniL. appearance iu
the Upora House to-morrow even
ing. There will be a car for the
Valley and oue for Waikiki, by re
quest, after the performance.
baud played during the game.
Biihiness iK'iid V
I Lcitblwise it i.M not so
The football game which was to j California FuimI Company
come otT to-morrow afternoon be
tween the Pacifies and Honolulus
has been postponed. Three of the
Pacifies' players will bo unable to
play, hence the postponement.
Soveral of the older students at
Chango of Tramcar Timo.
Commencing ou Saturday tho
(Quarter Hour King Street Cars will
ou Saturday's ruu between Palama
and Waikiki. Tho first quarter hour
car leaving Palama will beat llu'U)
and the last for Waikiki at 8:!KJ p. m.
The i p, in. will ruu to Hi lie Range
only. Before and after these times
the service will bo as usual. Tho
10:47 p. m. from Palama will run
through to Waikiki ou Saturday.
Mr. Cuudricks, the Cingalese, who
reported a fow days ago that ir'l.'M) in
gold had been stolen from under his
pillow, found tho uiisHiug coin yes
terday morning. Instead of having
put the money between the pillow
and mattress, he put it in tho pillow
slip, ' While adjusting his bolster,
the motley full out on tho flour.
Punahou College have been drafted
into the "Citizens' Reserve," and
have been given rilles. Tho kids
were blowing about their marksman
ship, at the football game yesterday.
Tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Association on Monday evening. Dec.
4. The Secretary will bo in attend
ance at the room's of the Association
to-morrow (Saturday), from 2 to 5
p. m. for the collection of dues, etc.
Mr. Levey's auction sale of Mr. J.
M. de Sa e Silva's Japanese goods
and curios will begin as advertised
to-morrow morning, but the sale for
to-morrow evening is postponed.
Tho first evening sale will bo on
Fortifying of the Executive build
ing still continues. Yesterday morn
ing moro bags of sand wore carted
in on a dray. The sand bags are
up on the voraudas now. Ten or
twelve cartloads of sand were cart
ed to the ground early this morning.
With reference to the paragraph
which appeared in Wednesday's
Bulletin about the finding of nioiioy
in Solomon's coat pockot, Mr. P. A.
Dias wishes it stated that he had no
connection with the finding of the
money or trying on of Solomon's
Mr. C. Stoeekle has opened up
with his phonograph machine in the
Arlington block. Ho has received a
whole outfit of new songs, in addi
tion to au automatic machine. The
room was crowded this morning,
aud everybody sent away well
J. E. Gomes tho jeweler was ar
rested ou Wednesday night iu Nuu
anu Valley at the residence of a half
Chinaman with thirty tins of opium
in his possession. He is charged
with opium in possession, although
he was caught iu the act of selling
the dope. Gomes' cae will couie
up on Monday.
Dr. R. J. McGettigen, resident
physician at Ewa Plantation, Houo
uliuli, wont by tho steamer W. G.
Hall this morning Tor a vacation to
Knit, Hawaii. While there ho will
temporarily fill Dr. V. J. Capron's
place as physician iu that district,
as tho latter gentleman is now iu
this city awaiting the arrival of tho
steamship Arawa for a trip to Van
couver, B. C, wheio he expects to
Portuguese residents are celebrat
ing the 2.")! id anniversary of their
country's independence gained from
Spain. Both Portuguese benevolent
societies will have celebrations at
their respective halls iu tho evening,
combining latterly in the Lush ana's
hall ou Punchbowl. Co, C. of the
P, G guard will march there iu iiui
form. Tho Portuguese band sore
naded Seuhor do Sou.a C'aunvarro,
Charge d' Affaires, at the Legation
early this morning.
The cofferdam expressly built at
the Marino Railway for the S. S.
Miowera was launched yesterday
aud brought alongside the steam
ship, near the Pishuiarket, whore it
has been viewed by a large number
of curious spectators. About a half
a do.on iron elents wore liveted to
tho Miowera's stern this morning,
ou both sides near the stern post, to
afford a hold to shores from the
cofferdam, Tho raising of tho Mio
uera's stein will be attempted tomorrow,
Not much !
have iiiiiilo a business. Jor our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all the hard times other
people are complaining about.
We have just secured from Mr.
.J. 1 Collntrn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu streets,
anil taken possession of those
large and convenient premises.
Wo hail to do so, because our
old place at Lolco is too small
lor our iiiot-UH'l (.'Using blt.sllieS-5.
In u few days the bark "Mauna
Ala" will be here again with her
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vessel. We prefer to select our
merchandise Au rsel vi, rather
than have other do it, which
mesin.s that we get better goods
at a loss price.
We thank our ninny friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past three years, and hope
by .strict attention to a business
we thoroughly understand to
merit tho patronage of us many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Catalogue of Books, Etc
forwaided with last Saturday's
Bt'i.i.KTiN, ha- already brought
its result. About our
National Cane Shredder
patkntiii) rvni:u thk iaw- or rm: hwoiian i planus.
We have not not imported any
tranlt. Everything is good and
Everybody admits, -o fur thut
By Lowis J. lievoy.
The M of the Sera!
- PRESENTS THIS -
An mill-lull attractive vnrii'U ut NKW
UUODS iu meet the taste find wants of
our Islunil uoinmuiiiU. Aj.urt
from n lino stoeK of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
IS Mi: NKW SEASON'S
Tlmt must he neon tt be npnn'ei.ileil.
ANo ft line of
Japsiiinsp Papnr O"po "Books
Of Jingles and Ksiry Talcs.
Additional to n bewildering gunuly of tlie
eii-loniary good guode for oil gnod
eoile is n stock of
That itre .s useful lis they ure novel mid
alt motive, and of all kinds and sizes,
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
W Sant Gi.ai'h' HKuQiiAUihits has
always been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leads them all.
Nankin Dolls. Itui; Dolls. Rubber Dolls
I'hina Dolls, Dolls with Kino French Uis
que Heads, Dolls with soealled lriilirviik
nlile Heads, China llemls.
"TfT T O witl K'il Human Hair,
LJKJXliD Dolls with Natural Ijok
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
Sleeping Dolls, "W akeful Dolls, Smil- ! "P ,nul Saucers, etc.
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls. ; A good line ol Tort lolio.s, Cro
quet, ijiiwn tennis uun liase
KID DOLLS, hd'o
are the best and mn-l reason
able in price.
i Our DIARIES for 1 SOI are
' all ready to -idl. Our
, include the latest and best.
, Do not forget our little CA.H1
NKT SOl"VENTlK. Just the
j thing to send to friends abroad,
l price IT) cents.
A fine display of Dolls 1 ur
nituie and Tea Sets
Never was a nicer line of
Tarn instructed b .Mr.. I. M.de.SA cSI I.VA,
(who is ictiring from businc-!) to -till at
Public Auction at the Japanese ll.uaar,
Itobiusoii Itluck, Hotel Street, on
Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Di:U. 2d, 1th, ,rali and nth.
THi: WHI.U.K OK THK KI.KOANT AND
i with Solid Silver Ornaments, of
fered the public, and mind you
they are not at jewellers' figures
I either '
I A pretty display of Vases,
THE I'NDEUSKiNED HAVK I1KKN Al't'OINl Kl S )I.K AlJKNI'ri KOI:
tbe-e SllUi:i)l)Kls and .lie linn pH'i.iieiI In iccclo unlit-.
Tbe le.tl iidvuntiiKcs. to In- dutneil fmui the ti-e of llic Nmio.sai. Cane
Siu:i:i)in:it are tlioieuchly estulili.-licd .mil .icknowii il il li l'luntcrr.
The l.irjje uiinilici nf I'lantet.- iinj; them in the United Stales, Culi.i,
Aij;entine ItcpuMic, I'cru, A ti&t i.iliti .mil cl-ewln-ie, bear wilui.i to the
The u-e of the Snui.iii)i:n veiy largely .uij-'inents the iii,iutit.y nf cane
the null can j;riii(l ('25 In ")) '.), al-n tlio exli.iedoii nf juice (5 to 12 i)
It is a corral .ifee;uuril, m.iUint; known at mice the juctcncc nf an
piecer of iron, Maker- from cai, ni anvtliuiK which wniild be liable to damage
tlii1 mill, ami allowing ample time In lemovc r.iinc hefnte ilaui.igmg the mill.
The SiiKKiiiiKH is er -Hourly iiimle, ami fmin the manner of it upc ra
tion it euls oi leire these ptecui' nf wnml m imn without often lilc.iking the
Siikkdoku : anil if anything breaks, it it- -imply -nine of the knive.- nr cutters,
which can be ipiickly anil economicilly ie)l.ieeil. The SilliillHiKK, as its
name inilieates, teai.- the cane into -hr ils of .u vmji length-, peilectly open
ing It ami allow inc. the mill to tlioinliejih pie out the juices without ri
Hi rinj the iiiinuuise extra pnwei ncees-.iiy In muni oi i l iisli the whole
cine. The riHKKUUhii spreads the .shreildeil cine uiiiloimly and eenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the iiece ily of -prc.idinc. the bagas-e b
hand between the mills, when; regiiniliu is iu use. .No greatei amount ol
boiler capacity is lequilcd In npeiate the SlIllhliliKK than that which was
siillicienl for the null, for the above ica-niis. We furnish full working
drawiiin for the instiillalinii of our SmiikdiiKIcs, ciiablini; mix coinpeteut en
Kiiicer to suecesBfiilly install and stun them.
In oidcring Siihkdiikkp fiom us, pleu-c -end -mall sketch, showing the
diameter and width of the mill mil- with which Shiikudkic is to be connected,
also the side (either right oi left hand .if you' face the dcbwiy side of the
mill), upon which the null engine i- lm aled, also the height fiom tloor line
to center of limit null toll -haft, and di-taucc ci ntei tin- -li.ilt to fiout end
of bed plate. These ShiikihiKKs ate new being u-i d l tin lliln Sugai Vm.
and Huwi Mill, Kohala, wbeie they aie gixing gicil s.ilisfactinii.
F 1'ricee and tiuther partieulai- may lie had by applying in
WM, G-. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Nil, lili'lth fitr tllf'JIntlillliltt fntillliti
rvMI I Q iu Full Dress, Half Dre
LJJ iX-jij and UndiessandraiiKii
from about three inches to nearly three
fuut iu sin-
Mil Undiess and miming
inches to nearly three
and from ten cents to several
ALL FOK CASH ONLY
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls j XD-n a a TVTrkn o-wr i
m VJk F fVa AAVAAW TT CJfc
Kreneh Dolls, Knglish Dolls,
Herman Dolls, American Dolld,
K-iiuimuiix Dolls, Indian Polls,
Mulatto Dolls, Jlarkey Dolls.
niM i s.
Shoes, Doll's Stockiir
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Kuns, Doll's
Doll'b Hats, Doll's
Morninp, In i
Hours of Sal
Kveaing, 7 o'clock
Lewis J. Tivy,
Hawaiian Opera House
Amateur : :
Cradles, Doll's lledsteuds, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tea Sets,
Wash Set- and sets of lots of necessar
things to complete the happiness of a
doll's mamma's life.
Kiuil liberal provision h made in nil the
TOY LI3STH1 j
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
iH'TDOiili UAMKS, I.N'DOOU liA.MK.H
Frozen : Turkeys
Heavy, Kleshj and I'irm, just received
irom tlie i oast. Also
i (Krom CamariiiO',' Ji.inuh). I'alteneil
1 on grain and fresh meat; au desired
I weight, alive or killed and dressed.
fi.tl fflMII'li Al I ui: r.fp
vja w. i'uui i .ii.iuoui ,
s'U Mutual IV'k'phonu .J7s. lm
I.I filN'K THK I It hl.(UNl)
rOUMAXl i: ON
Thai are a jo) to behold.
Kvervhoih and all iics nrovided
for ill rum i'i 'i ' Hi'.mhii) Mil Mil,
MIIH. A. M. MKI.I.Ib HAS UUHUMED
Dressmaking and will he pleased to
I see lior patron- al her former ontalilish
! menl, 5I Kort street, Honolulu.
lKTWi:i:X WAIKIKI, Till". 1'AHK,
hANM)l' I, D1A.MUND HIJAI)
SOMETHING NEW 1
HATI'ltDVY, DKriCMIlKIl '.'d.
Doors Opon at 7:30; Curtain
rititfH at 8 o'olook.
f K YOl AKK (H)INII TU HII.U, HA
L Hull, do not forget lo call in al the
I.K h IM.Sl.
li.mj p, m,
l.h.H t I lilt MlKT
AMI KIM. SI.
Iiail 11, III.
1:ini p in
7. -IK '
AT THK FAMOUS BTOKK OK
B. F- BH:ililIK,S & GO.
BOS Sc S 1 1 FOKT STRH3HT,
Canton "Weisi. Falorios !
A liaudRoiae Cotton Kahric: New Styles this season, the Ducts are fae-sliuiles of Chiun
Hllks; Ui see them means to npprecl.itu ilium.
Bilk tlnish just out; real French designs are the finest and the craze of the season
OcLslnxier Sublimes SO Cents Yard 1
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this xenson entirely new anil
for the price has no equal.
"Wliite I-ia-WTcis a.nci Dimity I
In l'lain, Striped and Checked iu great variety.
FIT Dressmaking Under the Hanegement oi MRS. RF.NNER. J3
P. O ltox !.
it Kl I. 171
tr b uis on Mile ut I, J,
Plan U now open.
I'AHTY D1:KII!I. TO
J lluy or to I'luirtui u
Hiuull hteiiiiier or helioolier.
Tor particular!), call at tliu
Olllco ol tide pupvr.
IWKiirus to llillti llange : iciils, Wui
klkl, III cenU; Mms hoiici and Diamond
i Heuil, Ifi cents, round trip, W cents;
' childieii under I.1 )',irs, half price.
slll-tf P HMI'JII, Propitclor.
l'OOKET MEMO HOOKS.
DI'l'I.ICAIi: INM)K loll IsKIN
L'oVulB of I'llldll l'ced I o.' I'OCkl't
, Memo Hooks, i an he had on iipplh ill Ion at
tliu Coiaiiuuv'n Ollluii. Oiituu ircut
Wi-ltu ' fcu-i, UNION I'KIUJ CO., ll.'i.)
111 KING STinilCT
Jvist OiDeneci !
Of Dlllerciit Varieties and l.ale-l I'lillerii-.
SHlltTh, rill.K HA.SDKKUOHIKKr.,
Christmas Goods and Curios
bjiecliil attention is cnlled to our New
Christmas Goods i
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Ladle i1 aud Oonts' Ilaudkeroulofs
(With Amerieitii or Il.iwaiiau Klugn)
SIihm l, Susies, I alile i'ou-r,
Neckties, bhlrls, Ktc, Klc.
COTTOH CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Hiiri, Piij.tm.ix, Mills,
Kiiiionn Patterns, Ktc, Ktc.
Fancy Porcelain Tea SetH,
Cups and Kaucere, Plales,
Flower Viimk, Klc, Klc
Christuias CarilB, Fancy Envelopes,
Alliums, ran-, Papc Uiuteiiis,
liiiile Critml Pans. Ku., Ktc
411 -'," King1-!- StreGt Importor oi Japanobo Gooda.
wHjl ' 'Anl Tort rit., near Uitttum llouaw.