Newspaper Page Text
Mrf 1 1 ii i
flffl DilLI BULLETIN.
Pledged tn neither Stct nor l'arty,
Hut Established for the lknrfit of All.
SATUKDAY. DEC. 2, 183.
Tlio Portuguese Mutual Jioui'lil
Souioly's hall on Alnptii struut was
gaily decoratod last itilit wilh lings
ami lautorns in houor of L'ortugiiL'o
lndepemloiR'o Day, ami a largo mnii
bur of peopk', iiichuling Sotihor A
dt) S. Canavavro, ohar'gu il'AIThirus
for Poitugal, wuro ptt-aont during
tlioeouiiig. About twenty Portu
guese, braves, who have boou armed
by the I'. G. for the purpose of kill
ing Kanakas, were strutting about
in American uniforms. The whole
affair was rathur a strange one. Here
tire a number of foreigners cele
brating the independence of their
own country Portugal, and at the
same time, a number of those pres
ent on the oueasion are banded to
gether for the express purpose of de
priving the Hawaiian people of tlioir
indopmidence. This is a poor return
to the llauaiiaus for the free gift of
the laud on which the Society's
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The P. Q. baud will plnyatKnuua
Square this afternoon.
V. L Hopper, wife and family are
i homo again after nu extended visit
! In addition to the string orchestra
j there will be a tramp band at the
minstrel show to-uight.
A. Jaeger was a passenger on the
S. S. Australia from the Stales. He
looks well after his short sojourn
Popular Phonograph Parlors,
X.OOAL AND (JKHERii NKVS.
Geo. W. Maefarlaue is with wn
again, in good health.
Mr. Captain Metcalfe joined her
huabaud by the Australia to-day.
Kev. O. P. Kmers-on and .). 13.
Athertuii arrived on the Australia.
All caes in the District Court to- ' The Japaueso cruiser Xaniwa,
day wore continued to a future date. I Mori, commander, ariived this morii-
. I iug, to days from Japan, having had
Jos. Zablau is now the fetation U1(V weather tm Hie vovage. There
clerk, ice Matthew Kane, resigneU. au, ., ft.w 0i,nniTea in her officers
-ince he was hero before. Consul
to. Jacobsou returned on tlio S. S.
Australia to-day with au invoice of
the latest in jewelry. Ho will open
up on Fort street.
Have you heard todison's new
automatic phonograph at the Arling
ton phonograph pallors? If not, go
and hear it and you will enjoy a
Purser MeCoinbe of the Australia
has tho thanks of tho Bulletin for
favors icceived. Mr. McCombo is
gaining popularity by his courteous
Kemoniber the sale of James F.
Morgan this evening lirst of tho
-eaaon. mere is a spieuutu lot oi
nigs to be otl'eied, ami no better
chance is likely to appear, when lirst
choice is considered.
Foster has retained three of the
Hawaiian concert troupe at Chicago
under a six months' contract to tour
the country. One man and one wo
man, with "'Warren tho interpreter,
are at fcJau Francisco, intending to
come homo by tho schooner Vine
with the returniug Sainoans.
Miss Myrtle Compsou, daughter
of General H. 13. Compsou of Ore
gon, accompanied by her guest, Miss
Manon Gullixnou, left on tho Mouo
wai for Honolulu, where they will
visit Mrs. Theo. F. Lansing, a cousin
of Miss Gullixson, for the winter.
Miss Compson goes for the benetit.
I of her health. S. '. Chroniele.
Hamiiiii Hunlvm Ci.. L'i
Diamond Head, 12 m. AVeather
clear, wind light west. Schooner
Moi olf port.
The Criterion Saloon was entered
on Wednesday night and some small
If vou wish your hor-e ueath
clipped, rint; up Club Stables, both
The Road Supeivisor gives notice
that all bill." against the Road Hoard
uiuat be presented on the 2rtth of
W. II. Aldrich was ane-ted this
afternoon for gros- cheat. Tho com
plainant is a Chinaman and tho
amount is SHI.
The Australia brought Sll tons of
freight, S2 cabin and 'M -tt-crage
passengers. With a crow of 9t. the
total nurnbor was 212.
Paul R. Hume, the defaulting
clerk of San FruncKoo, who was
taken from the Colonies through
this place, has been sentenced to
heven years' imprisonment at hard
The concert and social for the
men of tho Champion last night was
a rouser. All on tho program pub
lished in that day's paper did thoii
parts well, and tho bluejackets gave
pome grand choruses.
Tho Puuahou football team in
vited members of the Pacific team
to a Hawaiian spread on thu college
grounds at I o'clock yesterday after
noon. The eatables were supplied
by W. II. Rico of Kauai.
Rev. Alexandre Dtiarto de Campus,
a Portuguese priest, has come by to
day's steamer on a mission to his
countrymen in these islands, ami
will preach at tho Catholic Cathe
dral to-morrow at lfh.'iO a. in
H. Hackfeld X Co. have just re
ceived large shipments of those cele
brated brows of beer, the genuine
Budweiser and the Milwaukee .Brew
lng Co.'h Pilsenor. Now is tho time
to lay in a stock for the holiday
After you have rea.d all the latest
news from the Coast by to-day's
tteamer, don't fail to read what the
Hawaiian Ilaidware Co. tells you in
another columu. There aro some
good pointers given this week to
An elegant dinner was served at
the Hawaiian Hotel on the oveiiing
of Thauksgiving. The roast turkey
aud accessories were of good quality
and well cooked. After dinner Ber
gor's string orchestra played a elect
program in tho lanai. Tho Hotel
keeps to the front in special dinners.
The Misses Julia and Rose Albu,
the English vocalists, arrived on the
Australia to day. They intend open
ing a season here, probably next
Thursday evening. Mr. Plunkett,
their manage r, says they had an
ovation from :i000 people their last
night at the San Francisco opera
Between one ai'd two o'clock this
morning three shols rang out in the
vieiuity of tho Punchbowl slopes, in
the roar of the Queen's Hospital.
One shot went clear through Pilot
Macauloy's house. On invest igat ion
it was found that Joe Forroira had
beou trying liiH new P. G. gun.
Invitations have been issued for
tho marriage of Miss Carmen tove
lelt Vida, daughter of Mis. Kate L.
Vida, to Mr. Wilson Porter Boyd. U.
S. Vice Cousul-Goiieral, on Tuesday
evening, Dee. 12th. A leception will
be held at tho residence of Mis. II,
Corn well, Judd ntieot, from :.".()
to 10:! JO.
Veo ( hati A- Co,, whoso store is
situated on Nuiianti street, one door
above Kiug, uro ottering such bar
gains to the public in dry goods,
boots, shoes, as have never before
bem, excelled in this city. Study thu
list of ridiuuloiisly olteap goods
whii-h is. given in our advertising
General Fujii declined to say how
Ion c the Xauiwa would stay. Japa
nese lesidents will give the oQicers
a reception next week.
Change of Traincar Time.
Commencing on Saturday tho
Quarter Hour King street Cars will
on Saturday's run between Palaina
aud Waildki. The lirst quarter hour
car leaving Palama will be at 11:30
and the lat for Waikiki at 8:30 p.m.
The il p. in. will run to Rille Range
only. Before and after thoso times
the" service will bo as usuah The
10:17 p. m. from Palama will run
through to Waikiki ou Saturday.
S. S. Australia.
The S. S. Australia, H. C. Houd
letto commander, left San Francisco
Nov. 25, lSSJa. at 2 o'clock p. m., with
82 cabin and .'$1 steerage passeugors
and 28 hara of mail; experienced line
weather throughout the voyage with
light head winds during the lirst
three days; arrived at Honolulu
Dec. 2d, at 0:15 o'clock a. in.
Mu. V. Sror.cKLT., u gentleman well
known not alone to the residents of Ho
nolulu, hut to Uioje of Hawaii, Maui and
Kiiuai, in coinu clinn with his introduc
tion to the notice or the gcni'ial public
of Professor Hhison's mm vol of scienco.
the PiioNouu.vv.t. ei " talking machine,
him again returned te this city tiom an
extended inter-l-lund trip, and has located
himself permanently at tho Pnoxoouvvii
I'AMLOII. AltMNUTON lll.Ol'lt, UoTIUj
Mr. Sron'Km: has boon in eotrespon
donco vvith Professor Kdison, through
one of the Professor' rtpecinl represent
atives, and Iiiib been thus enabled to ob
tain a latest scientific pioductiou and im
proved Phonogiaph which has arrived,
and is now open for inspection and trial
lv the general public at tnu rnoNoouAvn
l'Aiti.ous, Arlington Block, Hotel street.
This now scientific pi eduction anil
machine is called the AcroM vno l'nouo
oiiAt'ii, working us it does automatically,
by electrical agency, gciieiuted by the
action of anv person de-iioiw of testing
its peculiar qualities, the manner of test,
being easilv understood on visiting the
lately tilted up Piiosomi.vi'ii Paiii.ouh,
Arlington Itluck, Hotel street.
The AvtoMATioPiioNootivi'tt is anoth
ertiiumph of seience.is the latent improved
"talking machine'' mmmfucliired by tho
electiieal wizuid, hdi-on, mid is supplleit
with newly invented ami lately patented
double diaphragms, thus adding not
alone to tho loudness of the leprodue
tions from the records, but also present
ing in a most lenuivkiibly clear and dis
tinct manner all the inodulatioua of tho
human voice, belli in song aud speech
and which may ho heard from the ma,
chine at the Plio.Nociltl'ii Pauloks, Arling
ton Block, Hotel street.
The Ai'TOMATW PilosomtArli is en
cased in an oaken frame, wilh glass top
and sides, thus pei milting the visitor to
sco all of the delicale machinery in full
play. The wonderful, scientific appliance
of mechanical r-ldll displayed in tho reg
ulation of the speed of reproduction of
the various iceords. the automatic sfait,
speeding and tiunl slop are plainly visi
ble, and, more than that, the wonderful
reproductive poweis of tho automatic
machine may be learned on each call at
the ViiuxoriiiAi'ii Paki.ous, Arlington
Ufock. Hotel sheet.
Full test is given to the power of the
Automatic Machlst. by the continual
changing of iccosds, so that solo, duet,
trio, quartette, quinlette and sevtette
vocalisiiis by instrumental music of cele
brated bands and noted toloists will be
interspeised vvith humorous speeches,
dialogues and specialties, the particular
selections being displayed daily on the
Automatic Maoiuni:, at the Piionoouai'ii
PahloHs. Ailingfon Block, Hotel sheet.
For the initial niece on the A rTo.vi.vrie
PiioxomiAiMi, Mr. Siockle h.w selected
fiom his accumulation of nearly two
bundled new lecoids, which include
songs of all nations, aud the best etiorts
of the most celebrated musical celebrities
in the ivorld u selection which has
never htretofoie been leprodueed out
side of llie home of the phonograph, and
one which gives full oppmhmity to judge
of the wonderful natural sound-repioduc-ing
qualities of this latest Automatic
Machine. The opportunity now presents
itself to hear this paiticular number by a
trial of the Edisoniau invention now on
exhibition at the PnoxooiiAi'if l'vui.ons,
Arlington Block. Hotel street.
The PiKixoditAiMi Paki.ous uro open
daily from '.) a.m., and opportunity is
given to visitors to select from a thou
sand records, which will be reproduced
at request on the non-automatic machine
also on exhibition, and in use, at the
Phoxoop.ai'ii Paklohs, Arlington Block.
Hotel street. S'.iii-lvv
Saturday, Dec. , 1SQH.
People are gradually finding
out that painting houses means
something besides putting on
a combination of colors and
brightening the appearance of
dwelling. There is paint
and paint, some good and
others decidedly bad, and this
saying does not apply only to
ready mixed paints. How of
ten you find on houses, paint
ed only a short time, streaks
of white showing through the
color. It's the quality of the
paint used in mixing with the
white. Six months after a
house is painted with these in
ferior "contract" colors the
house is as apt to look like a
harlequin's jacket as anything
else. In using mixed paints,
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paints
such embarrassment is avoid
ed because in the lirst place
the colors are selected from
the best made and are mixed
by men whose work is confin
ed strictly to that work. Once
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paint
is used on a building the colors
remain clear and glossy; as
the paint goes on so it remains
and weather will not make
changes in its appearance as
it does in other kinds of paint.
Our color cards show twenty-
u umh-h.iii.jiiuuv.ouuu ..w...,. ! bC(.rs aIU jr- Ailolphus Milieu eaii
We will be pleased tO Send it , l''iul over thi- n-ult to justly merited
to any one for the askmg. and
you can order from it as safely
as tl you come to the store. j
An article we don't talk
about very much, but which is :
quite an item in our business,
is rope, good manilarope man- I
ufactured by lttbbs & (o , the j
famous cordage makeis. We
keep ail sizes from a tibh line I
to a hawser the thickmss of'
your arm anybody's arm. As
we are the agents for the man
ufacturer we are enabled to
sell Uiis rope at lower prices
than other cordage dealers and ;
trive belter satisfaction. Un
AnhouBor-Busoh Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
EAO-LE" Brand Beer.
St. bourn, Oct. 'JS, 18W.
MKssn. Macfahlank & t.'o., l.'n.,
Honolulu, It. 1.
Hear 8in:Va have uiidlud you n copy
of the Globe-Jhnoerut uimouuclng the great
victorv won bv the ANiiEtisicn-Hescn Ahho
iiatio'n with their "EAUI.E" hrund of
ANHtAJSKK-HUaOH MIBWINU ABSO-01AT10N.
(iSptciul .V.ijmfri to (Jlobe-l)emucrat.J
Wumn's Kiii, Oiiirvuo, III., Oct. 20. -No
award lias over been nuule so gratifyiliK
to St. Louis people mid so justly lneritud
as thu imo given to-day by tho Columbian
jury of tho world's fair, consisting of con
uuisuuur? and chemists of thu highest rank,
to the Anliuubur-Uu'ch Jlrenlnu Associa
tion. Ily uie hoits of unrivalled buslnesi
unturprNo, anil by using tho best material
produced in America and Kurope, exulud
lug corn and otbor udulturants or surro
gates, the dlll'erent kinds of the Atilumsor
Tttisuti beer havo liaenimi tlio favorites vvith
the American puorlo, and havo now con
quered tho highest uward in every particu
lar, which had to bo considered by the
t'olmiililiin jury. Thu high character of
the award glvon to-day by the jurors will
bo better uuucritood when it Is known that
the diiri'retit beers exhibited bv tlio An
licii-or-Uuscli Brewing Association had to
compete with hundreds of the most tixeel
lent displays of other hrewots. The fact
that no other concern has. received so
manv points for tho various essential fluid
ities of coud beer oontlrms auavv the 11 m's
repul tlon as thn leader of all Americ.Mii
beers, ami Mr. Adolphut Unwell can feel
TEMPLE OF F
Oovvx&x' Fort 8c Motel Stroota.
"It is a pleasure to sell Chamber
lain's Cough Kemeily,"'saysStickney
ii Dentler, druggists, Republic, Ohio,
"'neeatise a customer after once using
it, is almost certain to call for it
when again in need of such a medi
cine. Vo sell more of itthau of any
othor cough medicine wo handle,
and it always gives batisfaetiou."'
For coughs, colds aud croup, it is
without an equal. For sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
Satciihw, Dee. ii.
H I J M S N"a dvvu, Mori, from Yokobuum
S S Australia, lloudluitu, ' dnys from
Sour Ivinau fioiu .Maui und Hawaii
stmr Ivruluul from Kauai
stun-.liitni's Makeu fiom lvaual
atiur Mtiktilii fiom Maui. I.uiku ami Mulo-
.Sell i Ka Moi iriiiii Jlumttkuu
Vessel X.oaving Monday.
.stun Kuala lor Wuluuue, Wuiulua, Moku
leia, haiu, Kahuku aiul l'unuluu lit 0
;;tmi Mokolii fur Ivaumtkiikui, Kamulo,
I'ukoo, Huluw.i, WuiUu, i'ulekuuu,
Kulutipupa, Labaimi, Ulowam ami
I.auai at .' p m
By Jus. 1". Morgan.
kuiii Auction Sale.
On SATURDAY, Dee.
AT 7 tl'Cl.OOK,
By Tlio above Is a Fac-slmllle of the
Label of the " EAGLE " Braud which took
TCfc- In ordoriim this Beer ! "lire to
1 will roll nt I'liblic Auction an involcu of
NEW Ui'ODS, coin prising
SI 1.K Ii AN l)K KltCH I Kl-'S,
1ABI.K Cl.uTllS, NAPKIN'S,
and tt Bpiolnl Line of
(If All BUes, which will b SOLD WITH
Jas. "F1. Morgan,
axk lor the "CAGLE" Itrand
Maefarlaue & Co., L'd,
89r-lf Ayeiits fur Ilauaiinn falaiuh.
For Victoria & Vancouver
The Kine Al btuel K. M. Steamship
H. HACKFP & CO.
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Budweiser Beer
Cargoes from Island Forts.
ritmr Klniin .Til bags potutoe", IS bat-'-i
corn, IKj bays linnui, 71 btlN hitleu, II
pie-,, :i horse-, and 137 pkga iiundries.
htiur Iwaliuil -Ml1! Imniiuur, .'lObaKarieo,
1 filer ami -Imft.aud 10 pkR3 sundriet.
ritmr Jai Mukee iiliil b.uij -,ii(4iir.
Krom Kauai )ur itmr Iwalani, Dee U l)
K liofguaril and son und ." deck,
Kioin Kauai per ntmr .Ian Makeu, Dec "J
Mis", Cook ami 1 dee Is.
1 "id hi Maui anil Hawaii per stiur Kiiiau,
Deo J -Dr Kriedlanilur, V ri Terry, Muster
(Jcorgo Broun, Mi.t Grace r-'cliatler. Misi
I' iliH-uy, P Nortlirup, Timotui hunv and
niece, Dr 1 r-nto. .1 Cunulngiiam, J (tuck
ley,. I Nupapit, Prctl JI Haypnlden, Wulter
11 1 1 u r-elilen and 1U deuk,
Prom riiui Praneitco, per H fi Amtniliu,
Dee 'i -Mih-, Julia Albu, Mis, itoie Albu,
Mr- ( il Albertoii, tno children and
niir-c, .1 11 Atliuriiiu, W O Atwater, Dr
V.cniaiii, wife, II elilltlren und nurxu, Mr
It M llnrtou, lien t' licckiuv, Mr Kunnle
1 inn I'll. W i; llimwt, Mi-.-. Iluttie liurrowi,
Mi-- i: E 'bailee, Mrs W II I'hrl-tle, Mis,
t II Chri-lie, Dr. I A ( loud, A P Cooke It
T Coulter, llev A D dc Compos, It Jt Dun
lap unit wife, II Dyurand wife, Mrs W P
Elliott, C Pli-chur, Dr E N rontu, 1 (IoimI
nurn and wife, Mi H E Uorniuii, Mlns
II.iIki,i,I l' 1 1 M i'.,ri- .1 M lluvii-. Miss It
lloppui, W I. Jiopi-er, wife ami .jehildreu, ..utili; rillll'MENlS JlJeSl' To HAND
itr- j .v iKiijiniet, , iiuq i ji.'oiui fj
Hiewui) by th'j Anbetij-er-Uu-eh llrmv
hit; .b9(iciuiinii of St. LuuIm.
- AND DP THE -JOS,
Milwaukee Brewing Co.'s
,liiciii)-nii. A .liit'L'er. A Kviiatlmi. P .1 how
rcy uud wife, (Jeo W Miiefurlant), (' A Mu
DohcIi, Ml A Mclntvru, Mrn Merriam,
MuCapl Metcaire, .1 E Miller and wife,
lleo Miiriin, E Moller and wllu, Ml.-'s Ida
Miillur. Mi ) It M iiKKravc, (5 A Peacock
and wile. Mrc E W Pottirhon antl 'i uhll
ilreu. 1. nelimidt. CIiiih Tiowbrltluu. Miss
Mary K Walker, lloiucu P Walker, E
WuterlioiiMi unit miii, Mrs Whndow anil 'J .
AND POH HA UK Y
H. HACKFELD & CO.
,'. U5, hrh' l.urllnt).
lnt0ii tuttuil tut aau PruiiuUc
llllo. Nov. 'i". Mv l.urllnt). Cunt.
. - .,1. it. . j... t. t f.,...ii ..
U III UllIl,
i PAKTY DEhlltP.S in
X liny or to Cliuitei u
Buiitll Bieiiner or tscliooiier.
Pur I'Uillculur. rail ut the
Ulllcc of tlil paper
like some makes of rope the '
Tubb's is well laid in oil so
that contact wilh water, in
stead of making it harsh and
brittle increases its pliability.
Any sailor man who has used
Hongkong rope knows that
once it becomes wet it is use
less while the same cause pro
duces an entirely different ef
fect on the Tubb's rope. Our's
is also adapted to the uses to
which rope is put on planta
tions. The late rains have made
the grass grow where the
ground, has been bare for
months. U rowing grass makes
a demand for Lawn Mpwers,
at least with us. A half-dozen
have gone to our customers dur
ing the past week, and we are
prepared to sell a great many
more. We handle, the "Penn
sylvania" which the people !
who cut grass say, is superior
to any other. Another article
much used by the landscape
gardener is shears for trimming
the edges of grass, ordinary
sheep .shears is the best for the
purpose, and our's have straps
to them so the operator can
get a good grip on the imple
ment. We have also the con
ventional hedge shears that
are used in evening up the
sides and tops of hedges.
These three tools are actual
necessities to people who wish
to keep their lawns looking
While mentioning articles
for the lawn and garden it will
be well to tell you that our
stock of rubber hose is about
as large as any in town, and
the quality cannot be improv
ed upon. During the time
the irrigation notice was in the
paper people had no use for
garden hose, but now that the
embargo is removed the de
mand is growing. As a fit
accompaniment the hose reel
should go with the hose.
These reels, however, are for
economical people, people who
do not believe in buying new
hose every few months. Its
the dragging the those over I'PHOS. LINDSAY
! tne sanu waiKS inai wears u
j out, a hose reel obviates that
and long life is granted to it.
j When you get a hose and a
j reel buy a California Improved
, Sprinkler. We sell them.
I Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
I Opposite bprenkclo' lllouk,
307 FOHT STKHICT.
Toys of Every Description !
mas Goods !
ST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS !
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices!
1 AM OPPKIUNG A VKKY LAilUK BTOUK OK
For I.iultes, Ucnllumoli unit Children ut Low Price.-).
SI'KOIAI.-At PV.-u llnu line t Lad I. a' Kmhroided Silk Handkerchief:).
SPEUIAIj At.Tju. Gentb' Jaiiinese bilk Hnnilkeruhicfs.
SPKCI AI.-At I'oc 106 dozen Fancy Silk Haudkonshtefs.
?- .My fie , 10e., P!Ji"., P and H!;c. I.adirs' Handkerchiefs are the Iwst values
olt'eH'il In tile market (iininciiHe assortment to ;eleet Jroni).
Extra Value In Hosiery (or Ladlo3, Geutlemou aud Children!
Fast Black Gent's Silk Hose at SIS Dozen I
Great Cut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will he ottered at hower Pi ices tliiin evw before.
My $4 Suits reduced to $3. My $5 Suits reduced to $3.70. My $6, $b.00
and $7.50 Suits (Knee Pants) reduced to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
My Si Kueo Pauls roduoed to 65c. my $2, S2.25 aud S2.S0
Knee Pauts reduced to $1.50
Boy's "Waists a,t 65o.
In White antl Pitney Percale with I'aek iiinl Front Pleuied und Litre
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanollette !
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard I
By the "Australia" due here next Haturday 1 will r.-ceive a Ijirgo 8tck ol
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed !
Kew Novelties In Laces, Ribbons and Oilier Fancy Goods.
A1.SO ANOTHKK LAHGE INVOICE OF
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes 1
mar I HSrTITB INSPECTION "tertJ
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
JX U OXXllllD !
Will leave Honolulu for the aliove
parts un or about
Friday, Dec. 1st,
Anil will liure prompt dusimloh with Mulls
Issued per Canadian PaclDc Railway to all
Points In the United States
Via, Kur further particular regarding
Krulglit nr l'ussage, apply to
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.,
fill td AUKNT8.
HIP! HIP!! HURRAH!!!
A U.VIKIK A8SOJITMKNT OK
I.OV IS I, Y ENAMKU.Kl.)
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IX PARIS, A LARGE
ASSORTMENT OF .
These French Brushes arc celebrated the World over for
their Exckllkxck of Finish and Durability,
and cost you N'o moke than the ill-made
HOLLISTER & CO.,
5B3 TTa-rt Stret, - - - Honolulu, EC. I.
FLAG BADGES 1
KOKSAI.K II Y
Moi. N Kit NY IILOi'K, KOKT HTKKKT,
L Kl Toim Itt'UlBler, Miil.altlli
tuilly hull! ill Ouk ninl Cedar;
-uj'vi uiiu ..urj'vi uaiuiii.
Tor pike una1 pur.iuuluiu aiiplv
1&-U TIIEU. Jl. ukVlKB
m r I
H.07"BIJO",5r $c CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
Li PORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
KOll TJ1K HAI.K (!'
V. Curpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
-Frvm "Uncle Stun" Wine Cellars, Napa City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
-Sun June, (,'ul., U, S. A.
Dallemund & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
-Amerivu' Fiuwi ftuductiua, Rich und Mellow,
Spruunce, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T," Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Jteliahle,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The I'rinee 11 Summer Dn'nks,
I'Uuie UouiIh are (JuutuntLuil Kirit.ulMmt lu uverv rtm.ect uud uru olrercil.for
sale at Vury HeubOimblB I'ricen, es3T-iuu
Mutual Teu-hjo.nk 30a-
-l'oar Okuok Box 137