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OMJ RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FUOM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 1MB.
To Kwa Mii.i-
IiOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Leave Honolulu .,..8:48 1:45
Leave Pearl City 11:30 2:30
Arrive Kwa Mill U:!7 2:&7
To H 0M0i.tti.il.
Leave Eiva Mill .
Lciive raarl Olty
A. Saturdays only.
O. bunduvH excepted.
1). Saturday excepted.
'HI i i- 1. .. 1 1. i
t t 1 ....!... :i ..:..i:.,.. i. in" uuiigrniHS who oiuuarK u
, li,.?J t,w EfJ . u y ! Kobe eomo from Yninaguehl, Oka
the lato Jules Tnvor.iior for snlo. ynmB u,ro(lllliai Kagnwn, Miyo,
Five passougors by tlio Kiiiau tliiH , WnUayatna, and Tokunliimti; and are
afternoon wore booked for the I destined for America, Hawaii, or
Volcano. I Australia. Their number was in I8W1,
IO.iS: in ISM, 1H71; and in the first
flw gaUi) iHiiitu
TUESDAY. DEC. r, 1893.
jVE .A. 12, 1 ISTE NEWS.
fc O B a Ocennlu, Smith, or San Fran-
eisoo at 12 a m
Httur Klmui for Luhaina, Maalaea, Make-
na, Mahukona, Kawaihac, Liuipuhoc-
hoe, Hakalau, ilononiu, l'ohakuiiianu,
Poncckco, Unoiuea, l'apaikou and Hllo
at o p in
Klriir Claudlnefor lCuhului, Keanac, Haua,
Hamou, Jvipahuhi, Nun, 1'anuhau, Ivtt-
kaiau at 6 p in
Ktuir Mikahala for Nawilivvlli, Kolou,
Eleole, Makawoli, Walnieaand Kekaba
ut 6 p in
btmr Ivvulanl for Nuwillwill, Hanaiiiaulu,
Kilauea, Kallhiwal and Haualui at 5
fitmr Wuialealu for Kukuihtiele anil Hono-
kaa at 10 p m
fc'elir Ka Moi for Haniakua
Schr Mahimahi for Waialua
Vessels Leaving' To-morrow.
Schr Mille Morris for Koulau
For Molokni, per stinr Mokolii, Pee 4
Mrs J Lucas, E Dunn, W Ilaysclden.
For San Franeiseo. tier 0 i O S S Ocea
nic, Dec; 5 P C Jones, Gen W H Dimond,
llr Weddig and 3 steerage.
For Maui and Hawaii, per slinr Kinau,
Deo 5 Volcano: A lCvimom, Mr Fieher.
E Schmidt, C A McDowell, lien Unnlill'e..
Wayports: Theo H Davies, Master Geo
Duvies, C S Kynnursloy. wife, uiuid and
child, F H Hayselden, ('apt I. Andrews.
Miss E Lyman, W 1. Wilcox. A Tlhbs, O
K. Wilder, J E Miller, 11 von Tempskv, A
Smith, Jr, I) Kaapa, V V Ashford, W Ma
huka, A Rosa, Miss Sieinson, W Goudie,
Miss A Jones, D Morton, M H Heuter,
8 Terrv, O A Doyle, A Wilder and 35 deck.
now purser on the
Mr. J. H. Hare
The Hawaiian harkentine Hilo
Balllster, arrived at Sydney from British
Columbia on the 18th November.
Three schooners the Kulainanu, Lnka
and Lavinia have been engaged to deliver
500 tons of coal on the Japanese warship
Mr. Alfred Smith, lately marine loportor
on the Star, has been appointed to the pur
ser.shlp on the steamer Kilauoa Him. Mr.
Smith left by the steamer Kinau this after
noon to familiarize himself with his new
OARTENHERG-McGUIRE At the Cen
tral Union Church, Honolulu, Dec. 4th,
by Kev. E. G. Beckwith, D. D., Abr.
Gartenberg to Miss Mary McGuire.
Hon. A. S. Willis, U. S. Minister
Kosidout, officially visited II. B. M.
S. Champion yestorday.
Captain and Mrs. Metcalfe intend
leaving on the S. S. Australia on
Saturday next for tho Coast.
For novelties in holiday goods
call and see the Ceylon goods of W.
J. Sadris, 150 Nuunnu street.
The P. G. baud gave its usual
weekly morning concert on tho Ex
ecutive building grounds this morn
ing. Commander Whiting, U.S.N.,mu1
Miss C. P. Afong will be married in
tho Ceutral Union Church this oveu
ing. S. ICubey k Co., tho enterprising
cigarette manufacturers, make a
liberal offer to their patrons in this
The P. G. baud will give a concert
at the Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow
evening at 8:lo, and there will be a
hop alter tho concert.
The schooner Vino sailed from
San Francisco Nov. 28 for Samoa via
Honolulu. She will enter this port
if everything is favorable.
The mail from tho Post Oflicu for
tho Coast to day on the Oceanic
consisted of 6370 letters and .'51(52
papers. The Arawa carriod a mail
Sevou moinbors of the bar, two
court interpreters, three policomcn
and a stenographer went by the
Kinau this afternoon to attend the
jury term at Lahaiua.
Tho Hawaiian Natioual band will
play during tho dinner given by
Japanese residents to tho officers of
H. I. J. M. S. Naniwa at tho Hawai
ian Hotel this evening.
Members of the Hawaiian Sports
men's Association purchased a num
ber of game birds on the S. S.
Oceanic to-day for the purpose of
letting them loose in the country.
Mr. Theo. H. Davies and sou wore
passengers by the Kinau for wind
ward this afternoon. Mr. C. R.
Kyuuor-ley, wife, maid and child
also returned to their home at Ko
The Misses Albu, the English vo
calists, held a rehearsal in the Opera
House yesterday afternoon. Owing
to the great demand for tickets, the
box plan has been opened a day
ahead of advertised time.
While the steamship Oceanic was
swinging her bow seaward this
noon a blade of her propeller came
in contact with one of the P. M. S.
S. wharf piles, which resulted in tho
pile's being broken in two.
.ton months of this year, 15fl2.
Santa Clans' Headquarters will re
main ooeii every evening from now
until Christinas, New goods for the
holidays per S. S. Australia.
Theo. H. Tiiiiom.
Business dead ? Not much !
Leastwise it is not so with the
California Feed Company. Wo
have mntle n business for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all tho hard times other
people are complaining about.
We have hist secured from Mr.
J. ' Colburn his old stand, cor
nor Queen and Nuunnu streets, '
and t nkon possession of those
large and convenient premises.
We had to do so, because our
old place ut Leleo is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
Tn u few days the bark "Manna
Ala win no nere again wnu ner
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
means that we get better goods
at a less price.
We thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
the last three years, and hope
by strict attention to a business
we thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of as many
UAIiIKOUNIA FEED 00.
By Lowis J. Levey.
santa claus' LATEST NEW YORK NOVELTIES
NOW OPEN A I'
Urt. Stary B. O'Fallon
of riqna, O., iy tho IMir
Iclnns nre Ailonlthrd,
mil look at bar Ilka on
An unusual attractive varletj of NEW
MOODS to meet the taste and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from n til u1 stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
IS THK NEW S1:A8(iN"S
Raised from the Dead Xmas Cards
Long and Terrible lllnoai
from Blood Poisoning
Comprcfcly Cured btf JTood'j
Mrs. Mary E. O'Fallon, a very Intelligent
lady ot VInua, Ohio, wai poisoned while as
sisting physicians at an autopiy 5 years ago.
and soon trrrihln ulcers broke out on hor
head, arms, tongue and throat Hor hair all
camo out. She weighed but 78 lbs., and taw
no prospect ot help. At last she began to
tike Hood's Sarsaparllla and at onoe Im
proved; could soon gnt out of bed and walk.
She says: " I became perfectly ouredby
and am now a well woman. I weigh 128 lbs.,
oat well and do tho work for a largo family.
My case seems a wonderful recovery and th n-rvnin it
gBas&ss ajb XoXr , Dolls & Dolls Sundries
HOOD'S Pitta (hould b In Tory family
moillctna cheit Once mod. always preterrad,
HOHUON, NKWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
That iiiut lie seen to be tippri'oititfd.
Also a line of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of JinleM nnd Kiiiry Tales.
Additional to a liewilderlng supply of the
eu-doiilury Root! goods fur all good
people is n stock of
' That are us useful as they are novel and
attractive, and of all kinds and sizes.
N. S. SACH
5 SO Fort
, ttf S.ISTA I'l.MV llKMHil Alimtl llAt)
always been noted for Us supply of Dolls
i and all the etceteras of dolldom, and this
i season leads them all.
Tim Evi'iitof llietai!
I mil instructed In Mr. .1. M.de.SA eSIl.V.V,
(ulin U letiring fioiu business) lu soil til
1'iiliiie Auction ut the .lupinese llituiir,
Koliiiwin lllock. Hotel Street, on
Tuesday and "Wednesday,
I HCt . ."ith and lith,
THK WHOM-: OF THK KI.KOANT AND
A98f Hour-, of bnle: Morning, 10 o'eloek;
Evening, 7 o'clock.
One Store above King Street,
Cheapest House in Town
Nankin Dolls, Hair Dolls, Kublicr Dolls,
! China Dolls, Dolls with Kine French Itis.
iue Heinl, Dolls with ocullel I'nhrenk
uhle Hend.s, Chiim Heads.
' TVM T C ith Heal Human Hair,
, LAJl-il-iO Dolls witli Natural Look
ing Hair, son it wilh Tow- Hair. Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
, Sleeping Dolls, "W akoful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
Laces and Embroideries !
The longest Assortment uml the l'ine-t ever Imported ill the Islands.
FINK lli.AOK A1,1,-0VI:K LACKS in lMaln. Dotted and Mriued with Laees to match.
KI.1COA NT lll.ACR hll.K LACK Kl.Ol'NCKH with Kdgcing to maleh.
I'OIN J' D'KSIMtlT NKT In Illiick ami Delicate Sliadei.
--AN KNDLKSH VAUIKTY OF -
Black Laces, White, Cream and Ecru Laces
In Silk and Cotton, Including the Tw Tone, and lllaek unit White combination.
KMUKOIllKKBD NKT FLOUNCKS in White and Delicate Shades.
SWISH KMIHt()IDF.Ki:D FI.OCSCKS at a lllg Uirgaln.
SWISli KMUU)lDKi:ii:Sin All Widths ami Newust i'attern-.
OUR TRIMMING DEPARTMENT K COMPLETE !
LATKST SILK l'ASSAMKNTKIUKS In lllaek and ( olor-.
JKT l'ASSA.MKNTBHIKS Tlll.MMINHh in New Patterns.
SILK and JKT l'ASSAMKSTKUIKS in Sets-in lllaek and Colored.
M.SO A CO.MI'LHTK N'KW LINK OK
Silk Ribbons, Satin Ribbons and Fancy Ribbons, Etc.
National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTKD CNDKI! THK LAW-- OF THK II WAIIAN ISLANDS
HIS ALLEGED MISCONDUCT.
The Charges Against Clerk Wun-
denberg in Detail.
The Attoruoy-Geuoral has hauded
Mr. Wuudeuberg's oouiisnl tho speci
ficatious of his charge agaiust the
latter geutlemau, upon which the
Justices of the Supreme Court are
asked to remove Sir. Wundeuberg
from office. The specifications in
clude the charge of telliug Commis
aiouer Blouut the facts with which
we are all familiar, about the meet
ing of the Committee of Safoty at
the house of Henry "Waterhouse on
the night of January Kith, and the
sending of a delegation to Minister
Stevens for assurances of support,
which were accorded by that highly
diplomatic gentleman; and that the
revolution would not nave occurred
but for the landing of the Boston's
A further charge of calling Minis
ter Stevens "an old rascal, is set
forth; also that Mr. Wundeuberg be
came profane on one or two occa
sions and exclaimed, "G d d u
the Provisional Government," in tho
heat of his indignation. Also that
he referred to the "steerers" of tho
P. G. as a lot of "missionaries" and
a "faciily compact," and, on another
occasion, cautioned one of the P. G.
adherents thai he and his compan
ions in the enterprise would yet be
wearing uianacleq; add some more
stuff almost as serious aud deeply
damnable ob the foregoing. It has
not yet been announced whether the
counsel for Mr. Wundenborg will
plead to the charges, or dointir to
their sufficiency, if true, to consti
tute cause for his dismissal,
DINNEB, TO THE NANIWA.
The Hawaiian National Band Will
be in Attendance,
Captain H. Togo and officers of
the Japanese cruiser Naniwa will be
banaueted by prominent Japanese
residents at the Hawaiian Hotol this
(Tuesday) evening, The Hawaiian
National band will be in attendance
at 7:30 o'clock. The committee in
charge is as follows: Messrs. T. Su
giyama, K. Ogura, T. Naka, S, Kasa
matsu, S. Osaki and S, Kiiiiura.
Tho following program will be Hin
dered: I'AHT 1.
March Dlatuut (Ireethig During
Overture C'oiiiuopolitan (new) I'renillvllle
Duet I'Dun Foseurb (new) . . Verdi
Selection Trovudore (new) Verdi
Cornet Holo l'retly June (new ), Hartinaiiii
WalU Huwalluii(new) . Lihornlo
Duiua La i'uloiuu .Yrmller
Muriili Kitluluui .. . , l.lliiiinln
JupuueMt A lit Item
Detective Toiua arrested a Japa
nese deserter from Spreckelsville
plantation in town this morning
after the latter had been nine
months at largo. He will be return
ed to Maui on the Claudino this
A native pleaded guilty in the
District Court this morning of play
ing cho fa and was fined $10. Captain
Andrews says there is no use keep
ing awake nights to collar che fa
fiends if they are going to bo Jet oil'
A letter addressed to Cyril O.
Smith, Kukuihaele, was picked up
on the street and mailed from tho
Bulletin office, as tho writer of it
probably intended to send it by tho
Kinau and there was not time to
Ah See, the Chinese steward of
the steamer Mikahala, who was ar
rested on that steamer with twenty
seven tins of opium by Captain
Parker, pleaded guilty before Judge
Robertson. Sentence was suspended
until Tuesday next.
This mouth's AiiKlican Church
Chronicle begins the twelfth year of
that periodical's existence. It loses
none of its interest with increasing
years and its editor, Rev. A. Mackin
tosh, is to be congratulated on its
Tho crew on the S. S. Oceanic
which left at noon to-day made a
goodly sum while that steamer was
lying in port selling Manilla cigars
at fifty cents for fifty. A duty of
fifty cents was collected at the gate
by Customs Ulhcor Cook,
A drunken native named Ennka
got into a hack at noon to-day, while
the owner was absent, aud rode
about town, finally being halted on
Maunakea street. Part of the har
ness was gone. Tho owner caused
his arrest at 8 o'clock for malicious
The O. fe 0. S. S. Oceanic sailed
shortly after noon to-day for San
Francisco. She took no cargo from
this port. Messrs. J'. C. Jones and
Weddig and Gen. W. H. Dimond
and throe steerage passengers were
from this port. The P. G. band was
Hawaiian Opera House
SALK OX FROM
AND THK FOLI.OWINO
l.KVKY - - -.
M. FLUNK KTT - -
f" J T C in Full Dress, U.ilfDress
LJ ' 1 j i jU .in.l rndicssiiiiil running
from uliiiiii three inches to nearly dire.
feet in sue, and from len rent' to several
Bargains ! Bargains ! ! Baignlib ! ! ! Lad Dolls-Glrl DullS( Bov Dolls' B!t,,y Dolls
French Dolls, Kurdish Dolls,
tienuan Dolls, American l)oll
Ksiiiiimaiix Dolls, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Hulls, Darlsr-v Do;ls.
rM f Heads, Doll Ilodies. Dull
UULLWip, Doll's rnis. Doll's
Shoes, Doll's stockines, Doll s Hats, Doll's
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Funs, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Itedsteit.ls, Doll's Troils-
soaux, Doll's Carriages DollS Tea .Stts,
Wash Sets and sets of lots of necessary
, things to complete the happiness of a
1 doll's omnium's Hf(.
Kipial liberal provision is made in all the
1 Rubber Toya, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iroii Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
! OUTDOOK CA.MKS, 1NDOOK OAMKS
Himm&5 MJ.M isi ftnwfflias8
yMs&mti&wQJbJ 43- - -&LIB
1 rfr, K-. fc-rn3iSSZ
SCflr Goods being sold at
enormously Reduced Prices,
at less than half the value.
9 The undersigned lo
at Nuuumi street, is
the following Goods
in order to reduce His large
First Appearance of the
Urand Opening Conceit of the above Cele
brated Artists in Choice Selections,
including the Great Duet
From the Opera of Norma
in which these i-ifted Artists caused such u
gioat furoie ut the Opeiu House in San
Francisco, before an audience of li.-JOO
ltif I'opular prices. I5o plan open on
Wednesday morning, at L. J. Levey's at 9
o'clock " ft'J7-4t
L. J. LKVKY - - - Less,.,,,
SATURDAY, DEC. 9TIL,
Jompajiy of Spanish Mists.
ilCSr Come and
yourselves and you
... B O O Kl S ...
That are a joy to bchnld.
Hf Kvervbodv and all ages provided
for at Svm Ci.v'i-s' Hi.viio.iiauii.kk.
E. A. JACOBSON,
Men's TJiidershirts worth :re., now 'JOi-. or !l
Men's Canton Flannel Drawers, worth 50c.,
Men's straw Hats, new style; worth $1 now
Men's Straw Hats, new style; worth .Sfxj.
Men's lllaek Hals, best values at fine, and
Men's lllaek Socks, fast color; 'JOc. or (i
pairs for $1.
Men's l'ants, good value; worth $2 now $1
a pair. '
Men's Coats in various patterns only t'2 I
White Handkerchiefs worth 10i-. now .'xi. oi I
(i for 2ic '
Ladies' Kid Slippers worth $l! a pair now
Men's l'ants, good value; worth 1 now $2. PirRt-filaSS ASSOFtHlBIlt
Men's l'ants, good value; worth $5 now IS. ! "o Uiaoa AOOUi llllOlll
Men's i-otton hocks, oc. a pair or o lor -j.u.
Men's Overshirts, full size; -irK?. each.
Silk Handkerchiefs worth ,')0c. only 'ilk:.
Silk Handkerchiefs worth $1 now 50c.
Men's Calfskin Shoes on'y f 1.75 a jiair.
Ilrown Cotton, good value; 10 yds for Mie.
Wliite Cotton, good valuo; U yds for 50.
THE I'XDEKSrONBD HAVE HEHN Al'I'OINTKl) SOLE A(JKN"1'S Vuli
lliu.su SlIltKliDKK.s iinil lire now piciaicil in u'ceive oiili-i.-.
Tlie nro.il uilviiii luges to bo tluiivcil fnwn tin- list- of the N.vi'luNAi. Cane
hmtiCDiiiCK arc thorimlily esiahlisiii'd inul acKiiowUucii hv rlmilura
Tin1 large number of Pl.iiilere using ilicin in (be Unitoil Stales, Cuba,
AigiMitino Kopnblic, 1'cru, Au-traliii ami ol-ovvlioii-, bi-.ir wilni'ss to tin:
a bov o claim.
Tilt- iic of 1 1 io Suiti:i)iKK very V.irgoly iiiiginents tbc iii,intity of cam
tbu mill can griiul (2ii to TiO-.), nli tlie extinction of juice (Ti in li-i).
It is a ureal iifegtiur(l, making ktiuvvn at mice tlie presence of any
(licciss of iron, stakes from cars, or anyt'iuig vvhidi wnulil be liable to damage
tlie mill, and allowing ample time t.i ii-movc sanie before diimitging the mill.
The HilUBUDKK is very strongly untile, and from tlie manner of its opeia-
tion it etile in tears these jiicces of wood "r iron vviilimit often biuuking the
SllKKDDKIi ; anil if anything breaks, it simply some of the knives cu cntler.s,
whicli -iiii be ijuickly and economic illy repl.iceil. The Siiici:iiiKI, as ilf
name indicates, tears tho cano into shnds of varying lcnglhs, perfectly open
ing it and iillowiim the mill to thoioiighly jitess out tlie juices without re
quiring the immense extra pnwoi necessary lo giiud or crush the whole
cane. The Hmkkdkku spreads the shredded c me umfuimly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading the i.ig;isse by
baud between the mills, where icgtindtng is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is leipiired to opciutc tin- Miiii:iii)i:it than thai which vvus
sliUicient for the mill, for the above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our SilKKliDKlti, enabling any (ompctout en
gineer tn successfully in-dall unit stait them.
In ordering SiiitinuiKit'- from us, plea-e send small sketeh, showing tho
diametei and width of the mill mils with which Sliiti;mn;it is tn be connected,
also tlie suit- (.cutler rigm or ii-n iiaiiii u you nice me delivery sine oi mo
mill), upon which the mill engine i- located, :ilo the height from Hour line
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft In front end
of bed plate. These Siikkiidkiis are now being u-eil by tin- Hilo .Sugai Co.
and lluwi Mill, Kohala, where they are giving gieut satislactinn.
Prices and further purtic.ul.iis may he had by applying tn
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. flo-I FOUT STIIKKT.
Who left for tho Const by last steamei, will
arrive on December 'Jd, by the
"Australia," with a
WM, G. IRWIN & CO., Id.,
.itieiit.' fur lh lliiiniiinii Inland.
AND OTHER GOODS
Too numerous to mention
equally Iteduced Prices.
Jewelry a Watches
And locate at the above mentioned
WILL UK IN
Ito.v I'liiu for reserved -cuts will be
open at L. .1. Levey's on Wednesday morn
ing oeceiuiier ii, at u oeioi-a. ni-i,i
DhiuiDiul lloud, U p, in.- Wuutlmr
clear, wind light aorthouat.
Tho following aro bookd at tho
office of W. G. Irwin A: Co. to leave j
on tho S. S. Australia Saturday: G.
V. Brown, Mastor E. Mahlutn, Miss
X. Burns, D. K Alirol and wifo, H.
C. Shaw, W, Steigerwald, Win. .Me
Donald, Minn Emuien, Min.s C!. Dotif,'- j
las, Airs, Pari'iimiter.
The. mounted patrol, coiiHihtiiiK of I
GrinaiiH, and Doteetivo Lnnsitn'.s
iiossu ot uoioctivoH aro at lOKfior
fiGudH. At noon to-day 1ioutnniint I
of patrol Curtis arro.stod Doteclivo
Kaouli on smno chargo. Tlio mat -tor
on investigation was found to lx
a bluff niul Kaouli was roloaned.
A ulork in an up-toun ollice ran
aftor tliu Pout Oflico mail cart when
that voliiolo was leaving tlio Pacilic
Mail wharf at noon to-day A cur
tain ollleur rtUHpcetiuj,' that tint elcrli
was omloavoriiiK to hido HouiutliiiiK
-probably dop -Kavo chase. Tho
horHO was whipped up, aud tho Cu-t
Ioiiih man, aftor nmtiiiiK hiiiihulf out
of wind, b''vu up tho uliusu.
HIP! HIP!! HURRAH!!!
A I.AItOK AShOUTMKNT OF
Philatelists, Attention !
No better Christmas memento can
be selected to send to your friends
abroad than a Complete Set of 1'iovl
sloniil (loverniueiit Postage Stamps,
They may be had at the Hawaiian
News Co.'s Store for only t6.'H), This
includes l!l Stamps, I Knveiopes and .1
You can give your buy or girl m
stamp collecting friend no hatter ii
preciated present tlnin a well-bound
and well-arranged Runup Album.
Call and see those at the Hawaiian
News Co.'s valued all the way from
lOe. to $ K00. 1(1 varieties, designed to
please everyone. The llnust Jot of
Postage SUililp Album ever received
Reserve vour Ninas mid
Year's purchases until his return.
N. P. JACOBSON,
AT THK FAMOUS STOKK OF -
IB. IF. BHLBRS & GO.
SOS & S 1 1 FOK.T STR.H3B3T.
OarLtoix "Weisl. Fabnos !
A handsome Cotton Fabric; New Styles this season; the etl'ects are fac-similes of Chiua
Silks; to see them means to appreciate them.
Silk finish just out; real French designs aie tlie finest and the orae of the seabou
Cashniere Sialoliiba.s SO Oexits "STarci I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this season entirely new and
for the price has no equal.
"Wliit IjBwtcis and Dimity J
In Plain, Striped and Checked in great variety.
tW Dressmaking Under the Management ol MRS. RENNER. i3
V. O, Ilox ,'lsii.
IIKTWKKN WAIKIK1, THK PARK,
hANhSOlICI, DIAMOND HEAD
411 KIN'G STREET.
Jvtst Opened !
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Kolt SALK ItY
rpHE I'Ol'R ROOMS ON
1 the ground Moor of
the Masonic Turn pie, those
Rooms :ue suitable for
Mores or Olllces
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l-'or iiarticularn apply
vv . r. Ai.i.r.;,
I'rusti'tM ovei Ilishop A
aF-Fares to llille Range 5 cents, Wui
kiU, III cents; buns Suilei and Diauiuud
Head. 1ft ceiit round trip, 'Mi cents,
: jcarr, nan pneu.
childien under IJ
1- n.MIHI, Proprietor.
I OR I -sllIKKT.
A PARTY DKblRKh TO
lluv or to Charier a
Small Steamer or Schooner.
Fur particulars, cull at the
OUIuo uf til U joiner,
POCKET MEMO HOOKS.
Ul'LICAlK INS1DI IOII Chi; IN
i'iiV'iiis ul I loon I eeil Co. 'b Pocket
Memo llouks. mil be had on application at
the INiliipanjo Ulllce, Uiieuli ulreet.
fcOl liu 1 NHlN FlCUl) CO., ll.'nj.
Of Dillerent Varieties anil Latest 1'utierus.
SHIRTS, SILK HANDKERCH1KFS,
PORCELAIN IKA SETS,
Cliiistiiiiis (Jowls uml Curios
Special iiltiiuion is called to our New
Christmas Goods i
SILK DRESS GOODS .'
Lailiei' aud QentB' HaudkerchJoIg
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
Shawls, .-sushi s.
llll'lt i ovi r-.
C01T0K CHAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts. Paulinas miiis.
Cups and Saueers,
Flower Vases, Ktc
ChriBtnias Cards, Fancy Envolopos,
Albiiuis, Fans, Paper Umterns,
Table ( runil, pans, Etc., Etc.
Iraportor oi Jupanouo Goodb.
1 -AW Fori St., near Vu&tuut Hou.