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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1. WX
To Rwa Mn.i..
Lenve Honolulu 8:45 1:45
Leave Pearl City 0:30 2:30
Anive Ewa Mill 0:57 2:67
Leave Ewn Mill....
Leave Peurl City..
.Arrive Honolulu. ..
A. Saturdays only,
C. Hmiilays excepted.
1). Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY. DEC. 4, 1893.
on addroas from Air. Bowoll. Ho
snid that it was to tbo kindness of
President Dolo that ho was indobtod
for tho privilogo of mopting the
commorcinl nion of Honolulu. Tho
Canadians woro a solf-yovoruing
pooplo who had donu much to
dovolop coiiituoreo in tho oast, hut
until recently had not dono much in
extending tho trado of (hoir wost
coast. By tho starting of tho Canadian-Australian
Stoamship Lino faci
lities aro afforded for trade with Ha
waii, Fiji and tho Australian Colo
nics. To render tho lino successful
it should be encouraged by all tho
countries intorostod. As the Hawai
ian Islands woro deeply intorostod
in tho line, ho hoped I hoy would aid
it. There was a largo opening in
Canada for sugar, fruits and other
products of those islands, Ho ro-
poateu tho advice lormorly given
Isaac Cockott. who was found
guilty on Nov. 17th of having opium
iu possession, was sentenced to pay
a lino of $'250 by .1 udgo Hoborlsoii
this morning. As will bo roinombor
'd Cockolt was arrested in company
with Dovauchollo at Iwiloi. Tho
latter is serving n bix mouths' term
I of imprisonment on the roof.
Tho P. G. band plays as usual at
Emma Square this evening.
O! the A
ThoGO who 6uffor
Ilood'a SariHipartlla. Jurfte,
Boolhcs, Heals, CVIIKS.
Business (load ? Not much I
Li'tmtwisp it is not so with tho
California Food Company. We
luivo mndo a business for 'our
solves, which hit steadily grown
through all tho hard times other
people are complaining about.
Si'niiw, 'Dec. 3.
CASS Aruwn, Stuart, 1 yt days from Syd
ney via FIJI
Btmr ("laudine from Maul and Hawaii
Stmr Mikahala from Kuuai
Htmr C H BUhop from Hawaii
Stmr Pole from Kauai
Monday, Dee. I.
H S Oceanic, Smith, 10 days and 14 hours
froiu Hongkong and Yokohama
SArrnnAY, Dec. 2.
Schr Kauikcaouli for Hamakua
Moniiw, Nov. 1.
O A S 8 Arawa, Stuart, for Vancouver,' 11
(.', at 12 noon
8tnu Kaala for Waianae, Waialua, Moku-
ieia. Laio, Kahulcu and Punaluu at !t
Stmr James Makeo for Hananiaulu. Ku-
paa, Kllaueu, Ivalitiiwai and Hanafei at
4 j) m
Stmr Lehua for Hakalau and Hotiomu al
6 p in
Sum Mokolii for Kaunakakai, Ivnmalo,
Pukoo,- Halawa, Wailau, Pelokunu.
Kalaupapa, Lahaina, Ulowaiu and
Lauai at 5 i in
Stmr J .V Cummins for ICoolau
Wo linvn iiwi iw1ii'oil fenm Mr
by him through au interview in tho I j, p, (jolhurn his old stand, cor-
nor tioen and Nuuanu streets,
and taken possession of those
large anil convenient premises.
We had to do mi, because our
old place at Leleo is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a lew days the bark "Mauna
Ala" will bo here again with her
fourth full cargo of Hay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. .1. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vessel. We prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do it, which
meaiin that we get bettor goods
at a less price.
We thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past three years, ami hope
by strict attention to a business
we thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of sis many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
By Lowis J. Levoy.
VoBsels Leaving: To-morrow.
IK& OSS Oceanic, Smith, for San Fran
cisco al 12 a m
Stmr Kiuau for Lahaina, JMaalaca, iMuke-
na, -uauui.ona, tvawainae, i.aupauoe-
hoo, Hakalau, Honomu, Pohukumauu.
Fepeekeo, Onomea, 1'apaikou and Hilo
at 5 p m
Stmr Claudinefor Kahului, Keanae, Hana,
Hamoa, Kipahulu, Nuu, l'aauhau, Ku-
kaiau at 5 p m
Stmr Mikahala for Nawiliwili, Koloa,
Eleele, Makawcli, Waimeaand Kokaha
at 5 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Nawiliwili, Hanamaulu,
Kilauea, Kalihiwai and Hanalei at 5
Stmr Waialeale for Kukuihuele and Hono-
kaa at 5 p m
From Makaweli, per stmr Pole, Dec 3
Mr and Mrs Chalmers and child.
From Sydney via Fiji, per CASS Arawa,
Dec 3 Mrs C La nij, Xliss Laine, .1 B Jones,
J D Arnold, J Dovelin; 12 saloon and l!l
becond class passensers in transit.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Dee 3
G-X Wilcox. AS Wilcox, Ce.i Oriulille, G
R Kwart, Geo Fairohild, Miss McGrew. M iss
Vanliet 2,Miss Johnson, Miss M Makanani,
Willie H Hies, H W Schmidt and 11 deck.
, From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Clau
dine, Dec 3-0 Unna, M H Keuter, T H
Ward, M Mahclona, H Kolomoku and
wife, W H Cornwell.MiHsKCornwell.Miss
B Cornwell, Miss Douglass, D C Lindsey,
Jas Anderson, C H Eldredge, Sara Sing
and 20 deck.
From Yokohama, per O it O S 8 Oceanic,
., -Dec 4: Hon K W Irwin and J B Cunliue,
GO Japanese and 70 Chinese steerage.
For Vancouver. B. C, per C A S S Ara
wa. Dec 4 G?o B Greig, Uru Sang, Ma
Wing, Ed Field, A Feck, Dr V J ('apron,
A J Campbell, Geo van Houten, C'apt Stott,
12 saloon and 19 second class passengers in
MINISTER BOWELL OF CANADA.
Confers with Ministers and Merchants
on Commerce and Cable.
One of the Grst passengers to
come ashore from the S. S. Arawa
yesterday was Hon. Mackenzie Bo
well, Minister of Trado and Com
. merce in the Dominion Cabinot.
He is on his way homo from Austra
lia, where ho went to confer with
the various governments on trade
matters. His private secretarj', Mr.
J. L. .Payne, accompanies him.
Mr. Bowoll seemed to have boon
greatly invigorated by his trip to
southern latitudes, and was striding
rapidly toward the gate of the P. M.
S. S. shed whou accosted by tho
Bulletin representative. He said
his reception in the different Aus
tralian provinces was so cordial that
hiB journeying from place to place
was like a triumphant progress.
When, in answer to his question, ho
was told tho situation here was un
changed since his passing through
in September, excepting that the
Government was fortifying itself
against President Cleveland's policy,
Mr. Bowoll expressed an eager desiro
to meet the members of tho Cabi
not. This proved to be an oas3' mat
ter to arrange and, as a result of an
informal meeting, tho steamer was
delayed from the posted time of
1:30 p.m. yesterday to 12 noon to
day, to allow Mr. Bowoll to meet
tho Chamber of Commerce,
The Canadian statesman, whoa
seen later, spoke enthusiastically of
the way iu which his Government's
overtures of elosor commercial rela
tions had been received by tho Colo
nial Governments. Their readiness
to send delegates to a conference in
Cauada tho coming year was grati
fying. Mr. Bowoll stated that there
was a disposition on the part of the
promoters of an Australian-Canadian
telegraph cable to waivo tho
condition of having it touch exclu
sively on Britinh territory, so as to
connect with these islands. British
shipping interests woro so large iu
the I'acific that a Hritish cable could
not ull'ord to pass by such an im
portant shipping centre a Hono
lulu. Mr, Howell made a number of
friends during tho day Ho dined
with Mr. C. A. Hrowii at the I'aoille
Club and was taken out on some of
tho bust drives of the city.
There was a largely attended
mooting of the Chamber of Com
merce at J:!0 this morning, to hoar
JiULLETiN, with rogaro to tho care
uecossary to bo observed in packing
Iruits. Itolorrmg to the projectotl
conference of Australian and Cana
dian delegates in Canada, Mr. Bowoll
said one of the most important sub
jects to come boforo it was that of a
Pacific cable. Ho linked tho Cham
ber to give careful consideration to
tho question of aiding that enter
prise. Boprosentatives of tho Ha
waiian Islands would be warmly
welcomed at tho couforouco.
Mr. Theo. H. Davios remarked on
the fact that tho color line for sugar
fixed by the Canadian Government
was 14 Dutch standard.
Mr. Bowell replied that tho matter
of raising it to 16 was under con
sideration by the Dominion Govern
ment. Mr. Hoylo. a member of the Legis
lature of Now South Wale, made a
short spooch, in which ho urged as
sistance to the cable and the main
tenance of the steamship line.
A committee of three was appoint
ed to consider all the matters pre
sented by Mr. Bowell. ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Billy Emerson was a passenger on
tho S. S. Arawa.
This is the evening of the P. B. fc
L. Association's monthly meeting.
The merry-go-round is to be run
every Thursday afternoon from .'!
o'clock for children.
At the stated meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge this evouiug, officers will be !
elected for the ensuing term. .
The Women's Board of Missions (
will meet at Central Union Church
at 2::tt) o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
There were fourteen arrests for
drunkenness by the police between
Saturday afternoon and Sunday
According to the Japan papers
the Japanese cruiser Naniwa is ex
pected to make a stay hero of live
The special police and tho regular
lorce uo not pull together. A patrol
man had a "spat" with a police cap
tain on Saturday night up the street.
Purser E. 6. Tuttle of the S. S.
Oceanic has kiullly favored, the
Bulletin with late Japan papers,
for which this journal returns
A dinner will be given by Japa
nese residents to the commander
and officers of H. I. J M. S. Naniwa
at the Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow
The Australia will sail at noon
Saturday. Through tickets for all
points in the United Mates maybe
had of the agents, W. G. Irwin &
General W. H. Dimoud, J'. C.
Jones and Mr. Weddig wore tho only
passengers booked at 3 o'clock this
afternoon to leave on the S. S.
Oceanic for San Francisco.
OlBcer Sara Stone and Clerk B. P.
Zablau made a raid on a Chinese
shanty on Maunakea street on Satur
day night, and captured four opium
fiends. They think they have a good
VW rf'M! 'SO;' ill
T. V. Johnson
Ban .lose, Cal.
SANTA 0 LAVS'
An utuiiinl attractive varietj oT NKW
HOODS to meet the tate and wants of
our island community. Apart
from n line stork of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
is run vi:w sn.vsoN's
' - AMI
LATEST NEW YORK NOVELTIES
NOW Oi'KN AT
JM. b. fejfxOJrlo
Till) Event of the too!
1 :im inMrnotctl hv Mr. .1. M.iieSA cHl IAA.
(who is retiring from Im-intx) to -oil at
"i 1'iibltu Auction at the .laiiani'su ltn.iar,
Kobhivjii l'.Ioek, Hot I StH'iH, on
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday,
l)i:0. 1th, ."th and litli,
T11K WilOl.r. OF THK KI.KtlAN'T AND
10 Hours of Sale: Morning, 10 o'clock ;
livening, 7 o'clock
Hj-wi3 J. Levey,
"Iliiye for many cars been a great MilTerer
fromOCROVUI.A hraklng out on my arun
amllcgi; tlioy wi-rorocreil with eruption and
ores, dUchnrclngall ihrfln-.e. I tried very
many medlctnei mid comu'.toil physician far
and near, but conitmulr grew wornti. I
have taken but tbrco bottles of llpod'A Sarsapa-
Hood's x Cures
rllla for rheumatism, ami hat derived so much
benefit from It that she declare there Is no
othor mediclnn on earth. Wo would not be
without It la the house Ii It coats $20 a bottle,"
T. Vaiilky JOHNSON', San Jose, Cat.
N. 1!. Ho sure to pi'l Hood's Sinaparllln.
Hood's Pills ac' ca.slly.jet promptly and
efUclcntly, on the liver and bowels. 25c
HOMION, .NEWMAN A CO..
Agents for Hawaiian Islnndi.
One Store above King Street,
Cheapest House in Town
ho wen to he appreciated,
A I o a line of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to n bewildering inpijly of the
HiMmnnry ooil goods for allgiMid
people i a itoek of
That are ns useful as they are novel and
nttraetive, and of all kind and -drew.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
HFHania I't.u'c' lli'.UMii i it i Mit has
alway.s been noted for its supply of IMIh
i and all the etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leads them all.
'KID DOLLS, j,M
Sankin Dolls, 1K j)()s, Unhher Dolls.
China Dolls, DolK with Finn Kiench His
1 (pic Heads, Dolls with uncalled I'nhreak
itMe Heads, China He.nis.
with Ileal Human Hair,
Dolls with Natural Look-
-otne with Tow Hair, Woolly
nine with No lli'ir at all.
Sleeping Dolls, 'Wakeful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
in I'nll Dm-s, H-ilf Dress
and Undres-and r.imiint;
from ahi.ni thieo inches lo nearly thio.'
fenr in sie, anil Jium ten cents to'soveral
Laces and Embroideries !
The Largest Assortment and the Finest ever imported In tin Islands.
FINK HI.A01C AI.I,-OVi:il LAl'CS In IMaln, Potted nnd Striked with I.aoe to matoh.
KI.F.GA.VI 111. At K fel I.K LACK ri.Ol'Nt'KS with Kdgeini! to tiiatuh.
J'OIST D'KSl'lll'l NKT In ltlack and Delicate Shnde.
AN F.NPl.KSS VAItlliTY F
Black Laces, White, Cream and Ecru Laces
In .Silk and t'otton, Including the Two Tone, and ltlack and White enmliin.itlon.
KMBROIDFJIKD NKT FI.OUNOKS in White and Delicate Shades.
SWISS IsMHKOIDKKF.D FUHJNi'Ksat a Dig llirgain.
.WlbS K.MHUOlDKlUKSin All Vliltli mid Newest Pattern-.
I.ATKHT SI l.K 1'AS.SAMF.NTF.KIES In lllauk and Colors.
.1KT l'ASSAMKN'TKRIKS TKIMMINOS in New Patterns.
SH.K and .TIsT PASSAMKNiMMUKS in Puts in lilack and Cilmcl.
- ALSO A COMPI.r.TE NF.W I.1NF. OF
Silk Ribbons, Satin Ribbons and Fancy Ribbons, Etc.
National Cane Shredder
PATKVTF.D FVPF.i: THK I.VWS OF rill'. HAWAIIAN ISJ.AMW
Hawaiian Opera House
liargains ! Bargains 1 1 Baigallb!!! : udyDoIls.Giil Dolls, Buy Dolls, Baby Dolls
S.V1.K ON FHOil
l.KVKY - -.
M. FLUNK HIT
Yh'iit Appcarunco of tin
Orand Opening Conceit of tho above Cele-
hiated Aitists in ( hoicu belections,
including the Great Duet
From the Opera of Norma
in which these pitted Artists caused such a
great fin ore at the Opeiu House in San
Francisco, before an audience of 3,20(1
ty Popular prices, liox plan open on
Wcdnesdiy morning, at L. J. I.evej's at !t
AND THi: FOLLOW1NO
SS5 C Joods being1 sold at
enormously Tlednci'd Prici's,
lit k'b than half th valiuv.
SSsr3 The undei'signed 1
at Nuuanu street.
in order to reduce
SESf1 Come and see for
yourselves and you will be
French Dolls, Dullish Dolls,
(lerinan Dolls, Aiiienc.tti Dolls,
KsiiiiimniiN Dolls, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Doll.s, Dai key Dolls.
TVr I Heads, ) liodies, Doll
XJJ1iXj Wms, Doll'h Arms. Doll's
Shoes, Doll's StockiiiKs, Doll's Hats, Doll's
Parasols, Doll's-Jewelry, Doll's Funs, Doll'B
Cradles, Doll's lledsteuils Doll'.s Troils
seuiiA., D"ll' Carriiiie-, Doll's Tea Sets,
Watdi Set and .sets of lots of necessary
thiliKs to complete the happiness of a
doll's mamma's lite.
Ivpial liberal provision i made in all the
Rnbbor Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys. Paper Toys, Etc.
i Ol'TDOOIl HAM KS, INDOOK OAMLS
. B O O K S . ..
That are a joy to behold.
Kveryhoih and all aees provided
for at Sma Clai'-' lli.not' wiikiis.
Men'.- Undershirts worth 3'ic., now 2iX-. or ."i
Men's Canton Flannel Drawers, worth fl0i,
Men's Straw Hats, new style; worth $t now
E. A. JACOBSON,
James IT. Morgan will bold an
auction sale this ovouiug, at his sales
room iu Queen streot. Laeeciirtainh
and elegant rugs of all sizes will o
among the chief lines. Bid early
and get a good choice.
Hon. K. W. Irwin, Hawaiian Con-sul-Genoral
to Japan, arrived on tho
S. S. Oceanic this afternoon. Ho
was rowed over to tho (J. S. flagship
Philadelphia, and was accompanied
by his brother, Admiral Irwiu.
Saturday evening the Opera House
boards will bo occupied by a com
pany of Spanish artists iu a grand
trapeze and gymnastic performance.
i'no box plan will he open at 1j. J .
Levey's on Wednesday morning.
Tho postponed meeting of the
Planters' Labor & Supply Company
did uot take place this morning, hav
ing boon put oil a day on account of
tho arrival of tho Oceanic, giving
everybody lots of work for the San
Seats for tho first appearance of
the Misses Albu at tho Opera House
cau be reserved at'L. .7. Levey's on
Wednesday morning. The opening
concort will bo on Thursday evening,
and will include the great duet from
the opera of Norma.
Mr. Nolte's oyster advertisement
was inadvertently omitted on Satur
day, but tho fresli frozen oysters on
ice arrived at the Huavor Saloon all
the same. Don't omit having home,
served any style you choose, bofote
they are all gone.
The big auction clearance sale of
Japanese goods at Mr. J. M, do Sit u
Silva's store in the Robinson Block,
Hotel street, opposite lietliel, will
bo continued by L. J. Loey this
evening, commencing al 7 o clock.
Ladies especially united to be pre
sent. II, Hnckfeld (Jo. announce many
lines of merchandise replenished In
their two iron barks from ICtirope
and a number of vessels from
America. The attention of the trade
is directed to the list, which in
clude. Hoiue articles not tuSowhoro
L. .1. LKVEY - - - Is-ee.
SATURDAY, DEC. 9TIL,
-BY A -
Company of- Spanish Artists.
THi; HAWAIIAN NATIONAL HAND
WILL I IK IN ATTKNDANCH.
Ito I'l'in for reserved M'ats will he
i at L. .1. Love's on Wednesday morn
December II, at i o'clock. s7-lt
Building and Loan Association.
'piIF. Itl'.i.ULAI! MONTHLY MLF.T
I. iimulll lie held at the Chamber of
('(immeiieon MONDAY KVF.NINU, Dec.
I, IMII, at 7;.io o'clock.
SMt l'a nients are leiinired in Hold.
' JOHN . ItDTHWIOLL,
Hnwnilun Lodge, Wo. 21, F. & A. M.
X Ian Lodiiii, No.
Tl.Ntl OF II AW A I
, F. ,V A. M.. will be
held at the .MiiMinii' Temple at 7s.i0 o'clock
llilsliiess: Llciillnn of oIllcerH,
Memhdrs of Iih1;c In I'roijres and si,.
inuniliii; hrethrcn are lr.itnrn.illy invited.
T. H. WALL,
A I.I. HILLS Dl'i; AllAISbTTIIK IIO-
l iiolnln lln.nl Hoard in futnro am n
Men's Straw Hats,
Men's lilack Hats, best values at.'iilc
Men's lilack Socks, fast color; 'inc. 01 ii
pairs for $1.
Men's Pants, good value; worth '2. now $1
Men's Coats in various patterns only $'Z
White Handkerchiefs worth 10c. now .V. or
(i for 'J.k;.
Ladies' Kid Slippers north i- a pair nou
ilea's Pants, good value; worth $1 now $'.!.
.Men's Pants, good value; worth $5 now j:t.
Men's Cotton Socks, 5c. a pair or i for ii'ie.
.Men's Otershirts, full sie; 'J.V. each,
bilk Handkerchiefs worth .'iOo. only -Oc.
Silk Handkundiiefs worth $1 now .Uc.
Men's Calfskin Shoes on'v tl.7.ru nnir.
Jirown Cotton, good value; 10 yds for !h:
White Cotton, good value; il yds for .i0. ,
AND OTHER GOODS
Too numcrouK to Jiiciition at
eciually Roducud Prices.
YEE CH!A.TSr & OO,,
WWJ Nnnanu Street. 'Jw
Philatelists, Attention !
No better Christina memento can
he selected to send to your friends
abroad than a Complete Set of Provi
sional Oovernineut Postage Stamps,
They mav he had at the Hawaiian
News Co.'s Stole for only i.'lu. This
includes -' I Stamps, t P.nvciopcs and !
You can give jour boj or girl or
stamp collecting friend no better ap
preciated present than u well-bound
and well-arranged Stamp Album.
.Call and see thu-e at tho Hawaiian
News Co.'s valued all the wa from
We, to $IH.OO. Hi Viiilutlus, (hislgued lo
please (ivoryoue. Tho finest lot of
Postage Stamp Allium over received
in Honolulu. Mil-lw
PIIK FOllIt KOOMHON
THK irNOKHSKIXKI) HAVE UEKN Al'l'DIN I'EO SOLIi AGENT.S FoU
tlicso Shiii:iiiiku.s ami ur' now picp.ucil in iccenc oulo.
The gteat .nliiiitngL to Lo ileitvcil fnun tin- iio of i lit Xmkivai. Cank
Shkkiidek .ire tlioiotisjlily cstnliliielicil and arkimwli-dgi il Ly I'latttcte
The large niimlci of I'lntiteis usini; thein in the United States, Cuh.i,
Argciilino Uepiiblic, Peru, Australia and ol-cwhere, hem witness to the
The use of the Siikkuhkk very largely .tiiL'inents the (iii.iiitity of cane
the mill can giinil C'25 to oO'), alK the oxli.ielion of juice (ii to V2,).
It is a grcut nfcgii.ird, in.ik.ine; known nt once the presence of .my
pieces of iron, sl.ikes from curr, or anything wlibdi would lc lnililc to iliiniagn
the mill, and allowing ample time to remne s.nue Lefote il.im.iging the mill.
The SiiKBnuKK is very stningly nnnle, and fnun the inuiiuer of its opera
tion it cuts or tears these pieces of vrmul or iron without often bic.iking the
SllliKlniF.il : and if anything hreaks, it is simply some of the knivof or cutters,
which nan lie quickly and ecnuomicilly rcjilnccd. The Siikkodck, as its
name indicates, tears the cane into shied of varying lengths, pcifectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to tliuniuulily pre out the juices t.'ithiiul re
(Itnring the immense extra powoi necessary to grind or crush the whole
cane. The SllKKDlir.li sjirends the shrediled enne unifniiiily and evenly to
the mill lolls, and does away with the n'cciiy of spreading the bagusse by
hand between the mills, whoio regrinding is in use. No great ui amount of
hnilei capacity is required lo operate the Siiickudkk than that which waa
siitlicient fur the null, for the above icasoiis. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our SiiiikiiDKIiu, eualiling any i-innpetent en
ginoor to succesBftilly install and st.ul I hem.
In oidenng SlIltuiiDKlts fioni us, plo.ise send sin.ill sketch, showiuc the
diainetei and width of the mill lolls with which Siii(i;ini:it i to he connected,
also the side (either light or left liainl :i you face the dellMTV side of the
mill), upon which the null engine is located, al.-o the height Horn door line
to center if ront mill roll shaft, and distance center this sletft to front end
of bed plate. These Siikkiuikks are now being u-eii by the Hilo Siig.u Co.
and Hiitvi Mill, Kohala, where they are giving gicit sati-f.iction.
tF l'i'icco and fuiiher parliculurrt may be had by applying to
Watchmaker & Jeweler
No. an FOHT STUKKT.
Who left for tlio Coast by last steamer, will
arrive on December 'Jd, h the
"Australia," with a
Jewelry i Watches
And locale at the above mentioned
WM. G-. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
.We .tijnttt fur Ihr lliiiiniinn ItltinJi
Reserve vour Xmas and
Yenr's purchases until his return.
N. P. JACOBSON,
MM I m
iiueMeii to ne presented ill iliu
liiiiii nup I visor
llice of the
f Honolulu on the Utllh
of each month. ollnTwi" lhe will be ex
empt fnun that iiiouih's estimate uml I lit
ly not to be paid for nuu "r two uioiith
after. IU order of the Honolulu Itoiid
Hoard, W. II OHM MINOS,
r'jij.tf HihmI biiHirrlvir, llonolulii.
HKTWJ'.KN WA1KIKI, Till'. PARK,
SANhHOUCI, DIAMOND IIUAJ)
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OF
IB. IF. E5BCIjEK,S &c GO.
SOS Sb S 1 1 FORT STR.EJE3T.
Canton "W"a.sla FstTorios !
A liandHome Cotton Fabric: New Styles this season; the eilects are fae-similes of China
Bilks; lo see them means to appreciate them.
MLJLFITT SATEENS !
Bilk finish just out; real French designs are the llnest and the craze of the seaaou
Oaslmiere Su.tlixxis SO Oents "Y"ELrci 1
One of the handsomest Watdi Materials this season entirely new and
for the price has no equal.
"Wliite Lawns Etnci IDinaity I
In Plain, Striped and Checked in e,reat variety.
XW Dressmaking Under the management of MRS. RENNER. JSi
P. o. Hon .'jsii,
- Hku, in.
M tint uri
ilia Masonic '
Hooiiis are suitable for
iSlores or OIlliTs. For iiarllc.iilars aiiply to
W. F. ALLKN,
( halrmaii ot I rustics over liisnop ,v
LIA I'. HAM)
i p. iu
I.KVE (OH. I OUT
AMI KIM1 sr,
ft: Id "
AHTY DLHIHLts To
1 1 i i or in Charter a
hiiuall Hleaiuer or hchoouor,
For piirtloilhiru, call at the
Ouleu uf thin piivr,
W Fares lo Kille liiine," ' cents, Wai
klkl, 10 cunts; Bans riouni and Diamond
Head, !" cents, round trip, 'Mi cents;
childroii under !'-' ear, half price.
tui-ti 1 SMITH. Proprietor.
POCKET MEMO HOOKS.
Dt'l'LlfAiK INMJ1F..- FOII DiK IN
Covins of Dillon Feed Co.'h Pocket
I Memo Uook, can he had on application ut
the (.'oiuiiuiij ' Ollluu, Oiieen slriut.
1 Wl-li UNION H'.i;i) CO., (J.'nj.
til KING STUKKT.
Of Dlll'erenl Varieties and Latest Palirrns,
HH1KTB, hll.K HANDKKIUiHIF.F.S,
POItOKLAIN TEA 8KTB,
Clirisliiins Goods uml Curios
Special attention is called to our New
Christmas Goods i
SILK DRESS GOODS !
haulm' and Oonta' Handkerchief a
(With American or Hawaiian Flas)
hhawls, isaslics, Table t overs.
Neckties, blurts, Etc., Etc.
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
hlurts, Pajamas, hulls,
Kimono Patterns, Etc., Kto.
Fancy Porcelain Tea SotH,
l ilps and Saucer, Plates,
Flower Vases, Kto., hie
ChriBtnas Cards, Fancy Envolopea,
Albums, yaiis, Papue l.iuturus,
1'iUile Crumb 'iui, Etc., Etc
411 -I-King'-:-Street Importor olJupanoBo Ooodu.
"""w ' "1 l''rt HU, near Upturn lluui,