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ALL TALK AS YET.
WHAT IS SMD OF HAWAII IN
THE UNITED STATES,
No Doubt that President Cleve
land Will Carry Out
Btoveun and Thurston Still Fuming -Plenty
of OUt'dtnuts- Tho TjBunl
Faked from Honolulu But "Res
toration" Will Go On Just tho
Thurston claims his talk to Gros
Lnm was a personal dofonso, iu which
there was no diplomatic impropriety.
TluS story sent on the cvo of last
steamer is revived in altorod form
for tho S. S. Australia. That is, that
there is dissension in tho Cabinet,
n.wl Mini rlr..atmltl nl.fl I I ti Ullllfll
.......,.. ,. .,.!,... ii : ni,i ti.ni i utes. All hands were saved.
Cleveland spoke plainly to Smith on j , Tim proclamation by foreign Min
his oonsion rmlicv. while Smith injurs forbidding the, bombardment
T1IK nilAZlMAN riOUT.
The robol warship Javary was
sunk by tho guns of li'ort St. John
iu Rio harbor and is considered a
total loss. A shot struck nor in the
bow and sho sank in thirty nitii-
holds the adiniuisttatiou blundered
iu tho Hawaiian mattot.
Tho Chronicle of tljo 22d assorts
that bulky despatches in ciphor
wore sont to Minister Willis by tho
of Ititi has boon withdrawn.
rrosiuniil i'eixoio win teioL'rapn
President Cleveland that ho believes
Admiral Slantou meant no discour
tesy to the Brazilian Hay, and ask-
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1I1 UIHL IllJl.lllIiy l IV UUOU piljlllll
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. .i i '.. i . ?.'.. rim to ins rnnu nr eninmiHsiiiii
A inroo-coiuiun repiy 01 .uiiiisior ",, y , - .-; ,
Thurston to tho nudimrs of Minister . Vw h2 !aY? .?" "vy
Blount is published. It contradicts,
santa (la us' LATEST NEW YORK NOVELTIES
NOW Ol'UN AT
If Prcsideut Cleveland is disturb
ed over the Hawaiian situation, says
. a despatch of tho 211 h, he did not
show it to-day. Since tho receipt of
Minister Willis' cipher despatch by
the Alameda, a dotonni nation seems
to have been made not to enlighten
the public any further on what is
proposed to bo drno in Honolulu, or
what has already been done.
One of the silly items is that the
President gave England a tip, and
that this accouuts for tho restora
tion telegram received in advance at
Honolulu from Auckland.
A correspondent of the Chicago
.uaiJy News at Washington ropre-
fionts Gresham as trying to throw
all responsibility for the Hawaiian
decision on Clevoland. Ho is made
to say that tho President before- his
inauguration declared his determi
nation to rectify tho outrage com
mitted by Minister Stevens. Also
thut the instructions to both Blount
anil Willis were prepared at the
A private letter from ouo Beverley
Thomas at Honolulu is published
Uy the JNew York World. Amongst
a lot of romance about the revolu
tion from tho s-tart, tho letter re
news the chestnut about a royalist
uprising, to which ho attributes the
activity reported on the tlagship
Philadelphia one night recently.
The San Francisco Chronicle edi
torially ridicules the notion that
Minister Thurston is liable to re
ceive his passports.
Secretary Urresham is reported to
disbelieve that Minister Willis said,
in replying to an address of the
American League at. Honolulu, that
he would like to see tho Stars and
Stripes waving over all tho islands
oi tne Jraciuc, under proper condi
tions. "Willis is a capable man," he
said; "he ought not to have talked
on that subject at all, and I don't be
lieve he did."
Upou reading the statement that
Admiral Skerrett was recalled for
attending a ball given by the Annex
ation Club, Gresham said, "It is
The fact that a message was re
ceived from Minister Willis by the
Alameda was given out, and it was
also announced that its contents
were highly satisfactory.
This is interpreted by officials out
side of tho Cabiuet to mean that
Willis has completed all arrange
ments for the restoration of Queon
Liliuokalani. It is also claimed that
should Minister Willis continue to
be as successful iu carrying out his
instructions as he had been up to
the day the Alameda sailed, the vast
majority of Americans will take sides
with the President and sustain him
- in the course he has pursued"vheu
they become apprised of the facts.
Minister Thurston had nothing to
say on the news reported.
W. N. Armstrong (whoever ho is),
of the Hawaiian Legation, spoke as
if the news of the reception given to
Secretar' Gresham's lotter should
reach the Provisional Government
in time, it would tend to frustrate
the plan to restore the Queen.
One Washington speculation is
that Minister Willis was waitiug for
the royalists to orgauizo and estab
lish tho Queen's government before
there was time for a conflict, and
that when hostile demonstrations
took place tho American marines
would be landed to protect Ameri
can me anu property, xneu, wnen
the Queen had accumulated suffi
cient support, tho Minister would
According to a Washington des
patch, Grosuain's theory is that tho
Provisional Government of Hawaii
comes to an end with a notification
from this Government that annexa
tion with the United States is de
nied, tho Government having been
formed for tho purpose of annexa
tion. He may hold under this
theory that Thurston no longer
holds any diplomatic relation to this
Government and that his own Gov
ernment has ceased to exist.
In au interview Senator Voorhees
of Indiana said: "If the evidence is
true with reference to ox-United
States Minister Stevens' action, tho
aolion of Socrotary Gresham has
placed the present Administration
on solid ground, and this Govern
ment could not rightfully do other
than it has done."
John L. StuviiuH, ox-Ministor to
.Hawaii, lectured on Hawaiian affairs
at West Somorvillo, Mass. He told
the old, old story of lottery and
opium, omitting to mention that
both rings were absorbed by tho
revolution. Anions other absurd
thjug's ho said was that tho Cana
dian Pacific Railway had spout bribes
At tho Stale Department a hypo
thesis was submitted by a corres
pondent, that if restoration had not
taken place beforu Thurston's ad
vice to tho P. G to resist had been
received, together with public opin
ion worked up by the jingoes in the
States, it would not take place at
all. Tho reply received was that it
' inud'ti no ditVonmoo. the restoration
would b'o on jutfl the iuuiu,
iu record to the lniidiuir of tho U.
S. forces in January, tho official
statements of President Dole and
the Committee of Safety (see else
where iu this issue), and the testi
mony of Minister Damon given to
Blouut. Ho talks of a "bittor con
stitutional fight" between tho Queon
and tho Legislature, although ho
knows that tho "fight" of 1W2 was
caused by tho preseuco of three
major, atid an iudonnito number of
minor factions in tho Legislature,
no combination of which could bo
formed that would hold together to
support any Ministry permanently.
He also knows that good and popu
larly acceptable Cabinets were over
thrown repeatedly by the grossest
of corruption and tho vilest of in
trigue on tho part of his own fac
tion. a faction that had not dared
to eoutost the elections in Honolulu
and Oahu, knowing that it was dis
credited by tho white as well as
! defeat in Santa Catliarlna.
Torpedo boats throw grape shot I
upon exposed points of Kio and .
Nictheroy all day of the 2-lth. '
The dynamite cruisor N'icthoroy
is on hor'way from Now York, and j
will bo followed quickly by the Bra
zilian ship Amoiica, formerly the
Britannia. Tho Destroyer is nearly '
ready for sea. When these vessels j
reach Kio, the President can uiako I
a fight on the water.
Tho Advertising 1
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always !
within tho bounds of reason because
it is true; it always appeals to tho !
sober common hcnsoof thiulimgpeo
plo because it is true; and it is al
ways fully substantiated by endorse
ments which in the financial world
would be accepted without a mo
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
Mrs. A. A. WilUama
For the Good of Others
Jfftt. Mr. William Heartily En
dorses Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Wc are pleased to present this from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Slllsbeo
street Christian Church, Lvnn, Mass. :
" I see no reason why a clorpiyniaii, morothon
a la) limn, who knowi whereof he ipoaks,
ilioulit liottato to approve an
Article of Merit
and worth, from which he or hli fnmlty hvrs
bconDliuuillv benefited, and whoso commenda
tion may servo to extend those boneflts to
others by Increasing their confidence. My wife
hni for many yenis bceu a sufferer from severe
for which .she found little help. Sho has tried
ninny things that jiroinlsrtf woll but per
formed llltte. bast hill nil lend gao her a bot
tle or uouii's baraaparuia. it seems lurpris
IMiESUNTK THIS -
An unusual iiltriiulivp vnrlut of NKW
HOODS to moot tin- taste nml wants of
our lsliiml community. Apart
front it llnu stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous BooKs and
- IS THK NKW-SKASON'S
That must lu wen to ho appreciated.
A No a line of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Kairy Talcs.
Additional to n bewildering supoly of the
custom n ry good goods for all good
people is a stock of
N. S. SAGH
Inn what ulmnlv nun linttln rnll1il and fill
ntiinbor uud were less violent in their lntcn- IriCiia,ri BaSKetS
slty. while her Rpncral health has been lm-
f ' It.. -.!!. I 1... aliiA Imn h At TAP )
SKEVJsasTwar it... v,i u
Hood's Sarsaparilla , '-,, , .
Ihavenohesiutlonlncndonlnrlu. JJjJg DqIIS SUH(MeS
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
fIVr B. B. Antralia.
San Francisco, Nov. 25.
A suit has been nnt'orud at Sin
Francisco by H. A. Wooloy and C A.
SpriH'ki'ls against the Hawaiian Com
mercial and Sujiar Company, Clans
Speckels, J. D. Sprockets, A. B.
Spreckels, W. D. K. Gibson, M. H.
Weed, i'. NT. Liliouthal and Meyer
Ehrmau. The suit is for an account -ini',
to recover over .)00 shares of
stock, annul an issue of bonds
and mortgage deeds, and for dam
ages of $2,500,000.
Captain Whitelaw (hewiecker has
abandoned the S. S. City of Xew
York, on the rocks iu Golden Gate,
on account of bad weather, bill
hopes to have an opportunity for
Frank C. Ives broke the world's
record iu a billiard run of 455 at
Chicago. He claimed he made the
456, but the referee decided other
wise. Mrs. U. S. Grant, Uer son U. S.
and his family are at the Hotel
Oilicers of the gunboat Machias
wore acquitted of a charge of negli
gence iu grounding that vessel off
JiiUward Jiarron, au old- retired
capitalist of San Francisco, is dead
at the age of 62, leaving 2,000,000.
Ho leit a wife, his second one, aim
Justin H. Sisson, a prominent
California pioneer, is dead at the age
Swedish citizens of Ottuniwa, la.,
will combine to proseeulo the lead
ers of the mob that hanged their
Bob Fitzsimmous of New York
and Dau Creedou of Australia, are
matched for a light.
President Cleveland will recom
mend Secretary Herbert's navy pro
posals in his message. They are for
one new battleship and four torpedo
The California-built cruiser Olvm-
pia on her trial trip went over the
course 'from east to west at an aver
ago speed of 22.02 Uuots an hour. In
going the other direction a small
bolt in a feed puinp broke, spoiling
The'official speed of tho cruiser
Columbia is placed at 22.8 knots,
giving the builders a premium of
A fire at Columbus, Ohio, destroy
ed half a million worth of property.
The Chiltenden hotel and three
theatres were burued.
It is expected that the taxation of
incomes will be a feature of the now
revenue plan of the Democrats in
Congress. It will be reported .separ
ately from tho tariff bill.
There is a general boliof in Wash
ington that there will bo an effort
next year to bring about another
international monetary conference.
A split iu the Populist party is
imminent in Kansas.
Jeremiah Husk of Wlseonsiu, ex
Governor, ox-Cougressmau and Sec
retary of Agriculture in Harrison's
administration, is dead.
CABINET CRISIS IN ITAIA.
At a noiBy session of tho Chamber
of Doputies in Rome on the 21th,
Premier Giolitti announced tho re
signation of the Cabiuet, adding
that tho Knit; had reserved his deci
sion, and that the Ministers would
meantime remain in office. An up
roar was caused by a stranger call
ing out "Robber!" to the Premier,
aud it being impossiblo to continue
the debate the 1'iesideut declared
tho sitting closed.
At the same session the .Minister,
of War reported on the military
position. He said the war effective I
is noarly 1,000,000 men, The time '
necessary for mobilisation has been '
reduced six days, the army hat. '
1,(325,000 repeating rilles, and the
garrison artillery has beeu increased '
by 250 powerful gnus.
Gladstone aitl in the Coininons
that further ships are to be built at
au early date aud that provisions to
aoid delays and rapMly complete
work already ordered would be
Spain has declined the proposals
of the Sultan of Morocco, asking
time for his own forees to put down
the robots, ami will continue opera
tioiiM against the Arabs forthwith,
holding the Sultan responsible) for
violatioiiB of the ttuttty of lKCiO,
Business (lend? Not much!
Li'tistwise it i.s not .-o with the
(.'nlifoniin Feed Company. W'e
have Hindu n business for our
selves, which lies steudily grown
ihrouiili nil the hard times other
people are complaining about, j
We have ju&t secured from Mr,'
.!. F. Colhuni hi.- old bland, cor- ,
ner Quen and Nuuaiiu .-treels,
and taken po.-sessiou of tho.-e ,
large' ami convenient premises.
We hail to do .-o, because our
old place ul Loleo i loo small
for our fast-inureaninj; business. I
!n i f . w days the hark "Mauna I
Ala" will he here ajiaiii with her ;
fourth full cargo of Hay audi
Grain, bought by our Mr. .1. N. I
Wrisiht who will arrive on that
vchsel. We prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do it, which
means that we gel better goods
at a less price.
We thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past Ih roe years, and hope
by strict attention to a business
we thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of as many
CAL1FOUNIA FBKD (10.
HOOD'S PILLS tU but famllr enluutle,
j.ntlo end eflecUr. Trjabox. Price Uo
HOIJKON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hiwvntttin IhIuikIh.
One Store above King Street.
Cheapest House in Town
SNfA I'l.ACf1 HKMIUUA1UKK3 llllS
alwiijs lii-eii noti-d lor its supply of Holla
nml till tho otoL'tutrts of liiillilnui, itml this
i fiMi.ni lo:iils tlietu all.
I .aiiKin noil", iiiij; won, uiiiiiiur nous
Cliina DoiN, l)ol with I'iuo KrMti'lt I1U
(Ub HctuN, Doll? willi -omllcil I'ulir.'iik
silile Hiul:. (Iil mi lli'ttil.t.
r"M O wit
IJKJIjI-jO Doll" witli Natural Look
ing Huir, xotiic with Tow lliiir. Woolly
Hsiir, nml souif with No Huir lit nil.
Sleeping Dolls, "A akot'ul Dolls, Smil
ing; Dolls, Crying Dolls.
pv I Q in full Dm-, U limit!-,
I7vLiljO ami Uiulii""!' nml r.uiisiiiK
from hI..U' tluw ini'lu'- to m-arly three
fwt in xio, uiul fiiuii ten cone- to -i'V.t.iI
Laces and Embroideries !
Tin; blithest Aorttni'iit nml tin- Kiticit ever linporti'ii In tin- l-liiliils.
KIXK 1II.AOK AbUOVKH l.At'KH In I'liiin, Potti-d mul fetrl -t-A wllh Louud to 'ilat:li.
KI.KOANT IU.ACK si LK l.W.R lM.OlIXI Ills with Ililuciliif to nmtrli.
POINT D'hSI'lil I' SKY In Uliirk nml IJclii'iitu HhnJ
--AN I'.NDI.KSS VAIilKTY OK
Black Laces, White, Cream and Ecru Laces
In Silk nml Oottoti, Im-htiHun the TwoTotn'.iiml Ithu'lc anil White t'oiiiliiiiiiilciii.
KM1IK01DKKK1) NKT KI.OUNCBS in Wlilt" nml Dolicati- Shiuli-.
SWISS KMRUOlDKItr.l) Pl.Ol XtT.Snt u Hie Hurnin.
SWISS KMIiUOIDKItlKS in All Wiilth- and Xewust l'attcrin.
OCR TRIMMING DEPARTMENT IS COJIPUfTE !
I.ATKST SILK lASSAJIKNTi:i!iKS in lilaok and Colon.
JKT PASSAMKN'TKIIIKS'nl.MMlXlls in Xew l'attirn.
.SI l.K und .in r l'ASSA.M KXTIIUI '.S in Set- -in Uliiuk and Colore.).
ALSO A COMTI.r.TE XJ'.W bINi: IU'
Silk Ribbons, Satin Ribbons and Fancy Ribbons, Etc.
IATKN'Ti:ii rHKK THK LAWS OV THK II WAII ' ISI.AXPS.
Bargaius ! Bargains I ! Baigdiih ! ! ! Lad Dolls' Girl Uolls-Bov Uolls-Baby Dolls
SAI.K OX I'MtOM
Kreimli Dolls. llimlMi Dull
lit'i'iiian Iijlli, American Doll.
I'NoitiinaiiN Doll;, Imlian IlolN,
Mulatto Dolls, Ilarkei I),., I,.
AN'I) THK KOU.OWIXU
By LowiT., Levey
The Event of the Season!
1 am instructed by Mr. .1 . M. du S A u SI LV A,
(who is tiitiriny from business) to sell at
I'nlilic Auction at the .fapaiiest. Unaar,
Hobinsnn Hlouk, Hutfl btreet, on
Sa'urday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
DKU. :M, 1th, ftth anduth,
thi: wiioi.K oi-- Tin: klkuant anu
pepHour.s of Sale: Morning, 10 o'clock;
Kvcnint:, 7 o'uloek.
Lewis J". Xjovoy,
SS53 (.xoods being Hold at
enormously Reduced Prices,
at less than half the value.
JC35T Thu undersigned lo
cated at .Nuuann street, is
offering1 the following Goods
in order to reduce his large
jcKums, uoii s nats, j ion
, Doll's .liuM-Jiv, Doll's 1'mhs, DoII'h
SnST Come and see
yourselves and you will
Hawaiian Opera House
Amateur : :
Mor.'s Undershirts worth .'50c., now '.20c
Meu'h Canton Klannel Drawers, worth. TOe.,
Mi'u'stitraw Hats, newstle, worth $1 now
Men's Straw Huts, new style, worth .S5i'.
I Men's lllaek Hats, best values at .Vic. und
Mi'ii'h Ulnck Socks, fast color; 'J0c. or ii
pairs for $1.
Men's l'ants, nood value; worth 2 now 1
Men's Coats iu various patterns only $'!
White Handkerchiefs worth Ilk', now ."c. or
II for i'ic.
Lndies' Kid Slipiicr.s wortli J'i a pair now
Men's Pants, (joml value; worth 1 now 0.
Men'.s I'ants, good vnlue; worlli now $;i.
Men's Cotton Socks, 5e. a pair or U for 'Him,
Men's Over.shirtH. full hize: U5c. each.
Silk Handkercliief.s worth .iOo. onl.r'JOo.
Silk Handkeroliicf!, worth $1 now ,")Uc. '
Men's Calfskin Shoes on'y ?1.75 u pair,
llrown Cottoji, good value; 10yds for .'ilk'. (
Wliito Cotton, good value; it yds for .V).
AND OTHER GOODS
Too numerous to mention at
equally "Reduced Prices.
TVM I Hem
XJJ 11 JLJ IKS
Shoes, Doll's Stockini
1'arasols. Doll's .!
Crndlrs, Doll'.s Ui'dsteads. Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Dolls Tea nets,
Wash Sets and s(.ts of lots of necessary
tilings to complete the happiness of a
doll's uianiiiiii's life.
Kijunl liberal provision is made in all the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys Etc.
UPTlXlOlt UAMKS, lNMKlOK OAMK8
. B O O TSL S ...
That are a joy to heboid.
Kvenbodv and all ages provided
for at Sm. Curs' Ili:.igt'itiKKs.
E. A. JAOOBSON,
THE PNDKKSKIXEI) HAVE JIKICX AI'IMJIN I'KlJ SULK AG K NTS I'ol!
thi'sc Shukhiucus utnl uiu now ni'i.ircd tu toceiw onloi.-.
Tlti' g i u.t t .itlvantuno.s tu lie derived from lite use nf tin1 N'aiki.su. Cank
Siii;i:ih)i:k arc ilionmi;lily I'-tulilislp'il .unl uokiinwloili'd Ijv I'lmiiere
Tho liirge ntiiiihcr nf 1'l.inti'ts us-itiK lliom in the United .Stiili's,-i;ulu,
Arp'nlino Iti'iiiililif, I'crti, Atistr.tlia and cl.si'wln ic, iic.ir wilnos tn the
Thu use of tin1 SllltKiuiKH very laipoly augments the in.intity of ciiiu:
the mill I'nn riml (25 to .WO, ftlwl t'10 I'XItiuMiun if juice (ft tcj 12s).
ll is :i great siifogtiuril, niiikine; kiiown .it once tin1 proM-nce oT any
pieci of iron, httik.e from Clu, or anything winch would he liable tu damage
tin' mill, uud allowing ample time to reui'ive same lu-furi damaging the mill.
Tho SiiKKDiiKit iti ory strongly niaih', uud from tho maiiin-r of its opoiu
tion it cuts or U'.iih Iheso lduoo-. of wood or mm witltotit often hioaking the
HllitKDDKi; ; and if anything bicaks, it i- .simply .some of Ihu kiiivi'. or iitilli'is,
which eun ho iptickly tiiul oconomieally roplnufil. Thu SuitnimnK, us its
iiiimc inilii'iiti's, tears the I'uiif into shreds of varying lengths, "pet toe try opim
mg it und allowing tins mill lo thoiotiglily pu-ss out the juicos without iu-
ilinring tin' ltnniunse I'Xir.i power iii-ci-h-ury to giiini or crush iiio whole
caiie. The Shkkddkh spreads the shtodded cane iimfoiiiiry ami evenly to
the mill rolls, anil does awny with (lie necessity nf spiralling the hag.isse hy
hand hctweon the mills, where icgi hiding is in use. No gtealer amount of
boiler capacity is rciuiivd to operale ihe Siikkiidki, than that wluoli was
sutlicieiit for the null, for the above iea-oiis. We turnisli full wmking
drawings foi the iust-ill.itiou of our Siihkdiii'.ks, enahling any foni)petent en
gineer to successfully install and stall ihein.
In onlenug Hiiukddkiih fioni us, plija-e semi small sketcli, showing tlie
diiunuter and width of the mill lolls with which Siimmiiuu is to he connected,
also the side (either light or left hand as you face ihe delivery side id the
mill), upon which the null engine is located, uKo the height (rum llour line
to center of front mill mil .shaft, and distance center this suft to fionl end
if lied plate. These Siihkddkuh me now being u-ed hy the Hilo Sugar Co.
mil Hivwi Mill, Koluila, where they ate giving gre.il sali-factiou.
I'rices und further parliculais may he hud by applying to
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. 5(U KOItT STUKBT.
Who lefr for the Coast by last .sleniuer
arrive on Dccoinber 'id, by the
"Australia," with u
OF TH K
WM, G-. IRWIN & CO., LU,
.",' Aijfnt' for thr Hiniuhtiii I'himlt.
W'U. (1IVK THKIR SKCOXD
SATI'ltDAY, DKCUMIIKK 'Jd.
Doors Open at 7:30; Curtain
rises at 8 o'clock.
- - IN
JW S ats on sale at 1.. .1,
Plan is now open.
Philatelists, Attention !
No bettor Christinas memento can
be selected lo send to your friends
abroad than a Coinpleto Set of Provi
sional Uoverniiieut Postage Stamps.
They uui he had at the. Hawaiian
News Co.'s Storrt for only $S.'J0. This
includes 21 Stumps, I Kiivelopus and '!
Post can Is.
You eun give your boy or girl or
stamp collecting friend no belter ap
preciated present than a well-hound
and well-arranged Stamp Album.
('all ami see those at the Hawaiian
Nuns Co.'s valued all the whj' from
4llc. to $18.00 III varieties, designed to
pleiiMs ever.vone. The llnest lot of
Postage Stamp Allium ever recenod
And louate at the above mentioned
Unserve vtitir Xmas aud
Year's purchases until Ins return.
AT THE FAMOUS STORK OF
IB. :e EHLERS Se CO.
BOS & 51 1 FORT STR.E3BJT.
Canton Wetsli. Fabilos !
A handsome Cotton Fabric: Xew Styles this season, the etleeta are fac-siiuiles of China
Silks; to sec them iiieans to appreciate them.
JMLJLFLTJ S-A-TEEHSTS !
Silk finish, just out; real French desigiiH are the llnest and the oraze of the season.
Oaslixxiero Su.tlixnes SO Ceiats "Ya-rci 1
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this season entirely new and
for the price has no equal.
Wliite La'WTQS a.n.ci IDiinity 1
In Plain, Striped and Checked in great variety.
tsJT Dressmaking Under the Management of MRS. RENNER. Jl
P. O. Ilox asii.
N. P. JAG0BS0N,
Sill 1 III
HKTWKUN WAIKIKI, TIIK PARK,
SAN ft hOUCI, DIAMOND HKAI)
ill KING STRISKT.
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. (II l.l V.
iil attention is called to our Xew
a id. hills dim:
t. tiolulii itoid H
Ai A INST THK HO-
loanl In tiiturii too ro-
i ijiiestou to ue prosetiiiMt at ine omce oi inn
ItoiilSup rvisor of Honolulu on thu lth
' of each month, othurwis they will be ex
empt fiom that iiiouiIi'm estimate and lik -h
nol to be tiaid for ono r two months
! a'fter. lb oidur of the Honolulu Road
Hoard, W II. Cl'M.MIXHH
, n!K-i( Road 'supiirvinor. Honolulu
NOTIOK TO OONTnAOYOHS.
lHOI'iiSl.n AltK INVITKD FOIt Rlv
I ..iliin., ilu, II. ul.., ill Vn n Ciilou
1 1 icol Ititoly daiiiiiued b. llrv. Hlds will !
he one mid ill the OIIUo o:
rnilK FOCI! ROOM HON
1 the ground tloor of
the Miisoulc Temple, tlic.su
Rooms uiu suitable for
Stores or Olllces. I'or piirticitlars aiiply lo
W. F. AI.I.KN,
Chairmau of Truleei over llixhop A
' Co.' Hank. WU Im
BOMETinNO NEW ;
X.Y.W I. hlMi
7i.'.U II, III.
J ;imj p. in.
I.KlVK roll, foul
AMI KISO sr,
ihixi a. m.
1:iki i m.
r s 1 1
rW l-'ii res to Rillu liuiu'e 0 cents,
klki. 10 emits: S.ins Souei and Diuiuoiid
Head, I ft cents; round trip, lift cents
childioii under I.' j.ears, half pilce.
if llriicii and A.
MONDAY, Dec. ttli,
iiiioii. For spuollli'ittioiis an) till Informa
tion imply tu U. II. lllri.KV,
I' YOC ARK 1101 NO TU HI I.O. HA- '
wall, do not forget to call hi at the
POOKKT MEMO HOOKS.
DUPI.ICATK INhlDKh FOR I'SK IS
Covers of Dillon Feed Co.'s Pocket
Memo Hooks, can he had op application nt
thu Clilllpanv's Olllce, thlceii streut.
eiU-liu UNION FlUil) CO., ,,
Of DlllVrenl Yarietles and Latest Patterns.
SHIRTS, SI l.K HANDKKROHIIII'h,
POltClvl.AIN THA SK.Th,
I'liiislniiis Goods nml Curios
Christmas Goods i
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Ladle i' and Gents' Handkerchiefs
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
Neckties, hhlrts, Kt
Kt. .. I.tc.
COTOK CHAPE OF DIFFEREN'I
ftlurts, Pajamas, hiths,
Kimono Patterns, Ktc., Ktc.
Funoy Porcelain Tea Sots,
Cups nml Saucers, Plates.
Flower Vases, Ktc, ht.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Envolopea,
Allium. Kuns, Paper lantern,,
I able Cruiub Pans, Ktc, Ktc.
411 -I-King' -'.-Street Importer of Japanese Qoodu.
60i-vt I 1 1'orl St., iivivt guttuni lluiuo,