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But Etitablhhcd for thcllenefit of All.
TUESDAY, J AX. 2. 1801.
puty Sheriir for Ewa and Waiauae
is a broach of tho constitution, all
tho tnoro GlarinK b-causo' of tho '
... , " .B u--'"so ui mt
appomteo s services rendered in tho
Legislature iu promoting the con-
fusion that led to tho chaos that i
madotho opportunity of the great
conspiracy. On his merits, too. thoro
could scarcely be a worso appoint
mont, as the now Deputy Slioi-iff
has not been especially noted for his
regard for that peace of which ho is
.. .i .i i. . . ..
""" "liiuo mo uiuei preserver iu ins
... . ..,, -
listnc(. Witness his conduct at
ineslion shows the weakne.'s of his
position. 1 ie is the fellow that et s
' 1 .. , . .. . ,
mad hrst in (he controversy. An .
ugusta le-p..tch says Mr. Sti 'tis
"ia out with n reply to President I
Cleveland's M.vvro strictures upon 1
1.:... :.. 1.!. 11-... . !. 1
h.minh.s 1 awai.an 1 mage. fete-
veils sat the rrenl-nls critiei-m
is but a feeble repi'tit ion of Gres- 1
ham's statement proviomlv pub-1
U.1....1 Ti.ni :. ...i,ni i ,.J,
Ushcd. Hint n vhat fetmoii, ,ay5,
but he has not answered either Gres- (
ham or Cleveland ilverythiug he ;
has said himelf since his pt-olll-
rial address to the American people '
has boon a "fobl repetition" of
1 .... r I
that piece of rhetorical special ;
pleading. Mr. Steven ny wliat In
l;uow.stiud what ovmono h ha
.........7 ...... .. .... v.. ...... IV- .11, II. I-
read the documents knows ,0 bo ,
false, when h. say. that the deliver
V'l.ni. ! i mi 1 ' HYIllmlim' nil mrrllut i-itv. in nil.li.
iiuuio iii .i iiiimoi xiio iitni'i- r.1 . i . ,i ,,' ; "" i in); in rimi un-gn, jjtirinu tno
lisor colli thin nurumihi:('!" ' .'",". l" ""'V" " ' mowing oi i , Southern California ho itublis
: imi iionis-m lacj, a paiuiomoiiiiim a wcclclv paper, but couldnot
.r ,. ., . l iiuiffo iriuii .in sons iu musical it l)av mill .ib.inilnmxl if fnr n
Mr. Kauhi's npiioiiitmoiit a D.- and unimiskiil instruments. Tho ... ?....! -3" UUl II f0r a
lliolato election, on sundry feMixe , ypn iiousc. vu uio sireeis nug- with a full pago article which gave
occasions at Hemond Grqvo. and ' ?K'n 'S 3'llS' ;;'1' ! he minutest details of the wouia.bo
... i i. i . . . . i iMiiiur a i l 1 1 1 i mm ji is iini or it i-nintui'mr a til.iim
In o ,n attondanco on t ho l.egisla- ...fading party, OiuAits n, t0s7"S iSiuily ltioSht that an
tun.. Ho reflects no credit on the occupied by tho L nl.nown bacball expedition such as had been planned
Government that has appointed him. " which had won the champion- ,v .Smith could bo successfully car-
?n,,li tu."J!-ur l?as" from ried out, but nevertheless there, woro
. Tv..n T T Ronj, . ...... the I'lanets in the morning. I qlu-j0 fnw lniM, g,gocatwi wu, him
ir v ..a OTILt. sonuXiIt.G. rim concert by the 1 . O. Iwiul at w, hoped for rewards of largo par-
Kx-Minislcr StoNen.'s ira- ib.l.tv ' l,0,,"', i"Wto in the afternoon eels of laud on tho peninsular. The
over each fresh utternnco of the i -lri?' ni,n,! "'YV', ,,Vir-:!, !" wn to smugglo enough arms
, . ?, A , . IM ,"" l""'1 8.,Mt. of. S1",11""- Jll and ammunition on board a steamor
ances ot tiie s M-retary 01 State and of people.
of tin- IVosi.lont rest mi tin- state- lu l,l evening (hat "I'lred f.-eling"
menu f ';,, notoriously .corrupt - X!
Mini tors of the fallen Queen, of a Knv ,!,,., ,vvever. at the 11a
WiUoii. the (Jueen's favorite, and j waiian llotel, where tho IJiiinUt
other thoroughly discredited tosti- Club was engaged (o play and slug
.. . . " . ilmtnif 1 miiiir' tititl flit itili itiiiutii
liuilir. llo tine. 11.1t e .1 1 in. nf
such testimony from thojo source
iu eithi-r tin- S iTetan's or the Pre
sident's doliveratic-s to support his
reckless n-crtiiiu. Tho testimony
chiefly Midi upon by Secretary
Grefhaui iu his l.-tler, Mr. Stovein
knows well. wn tint of ei-Minister
Stevens hiin-elf. Admiral Skern'tt.
I'nsMout D Jo. Minister Damon,
Col. Sopor and II. Waterhotise ami iar,v audii-ire at the ov-nin(r
1.' w w 1....1 r.i !......'.? '
1. 11. 11 iiinM-iiuiTf; 01 iiiui-ommiiiee
of safety. Mr. Steveni says that
when he n turned from his pleasure
trip to Uilo on January II, ho
'found (h- ciiy in great eicitemoiit '
ami the i. 1 1 of 1 In; ..1 i.'readv 1
.. ,, , . , .-
surgitirf. I. nit.lt H.ljjij.fihnt in-,
stead 11 ciin. 1 1 ring iu a friendly way '
1 liiiintr.itiirs "f niriirs nltli sttulio.l
lihjuurtv. nh'.h. he h.-I.I eouu-ol '
with a b.n!v of n.i u
noro uitoriy lavviivH nul suiiwrs.v..
of tho rights of the peopl-uif (lie
..... . .
Hawaiian Inlands. Thii boh f
men was besides the only ' roe
from which 'my disturbance wa-. an-tn-ipntt.il
01 Monday, .latin ay 1(1,
i-uch as woul'l j.istify a landing of
t tie Ameiii.'ui foicos for tho preser
vation of life and properly. Minis
ti r Merrill's action in 1 .1 tiled iif.
a precedent by Mrt Stevens was
nothing of the kind, If Mr. Mor
rill had aetfd liko Mr. Slovens, MY.
Vi!oo' . govointuent would havo
bvii Mogiiid ly !i o'clock on July
.1i -rtl.it year, for Mr. Vth - had
thou been .i.ii.d hotirr in po'sos
"i.iioftho Palace and fio.oriiiiiuut
building. It was oul aflt-i battle
hud boon giwM Wilco- .11 dri'j liim
out and blood hi d :'. 'i
tho town vvn i.'ti 1 - .1
eitomijut of u tuiii n.. .
ter .Metiill called a fi
not like Stevens to m.
or tho other of t'i !
pOSeOSnioil, bl.' t i
ncs.s at the L'i.. . - . 1
to put down iiini i.i
hhould nuch l'f'M'. ..in ..
with the ii!iti,uUiiwd govornmetit neiiig guiliv. Several llm guilty
iutn.-a.ur-. for calming th- oMto-1 "I,0J fu'T '' ' w,,,, l,'lil'l''"r"'
,. , , ,. .,7.1 , , one oT whom was censtireil the oihyi-
1.1 ut and e-i.-oking tho tu... of rev... ; ,.iy rl)r ,.ri.al.. n disturbance: Tour
lution. ho tr.-at.-il the rightful ad- , forfeited -ttlbail for t let same olion.
the 0011(0.41 dt ' 1. i. ,, 1 ..
Mr. Morrill l ' ; . ' i..u'
1 1 ay, as it wa : it ni tl,L.
country, th"' 1 i'itil auth
orities, .-.pan .1 1. ,i(,v. n-'-M,
had lile.-.l , . , u .u;.; iir ,, 1
lent tl'.l I i;t i ' . 'n 'l . 1 1
Mtprumucy, IT " , S -i.'u-. ; ., ,
oepted the uv 111 1 u ' . 4i-
tilted autii(ii . ! ' th ' .
ablo to nup,in .. ! . :I, .,
would have 1, . . 1 if d ' m ' '
people of thi- 1 '.in', i.ouli. i,,.
been spared tho 1 .11 !.i ig , im'mii ! '
iniiilaiy rulo for n yun- and, 111 -oad
of being gov ei tied by ba.vonots at
homo and having their dc.tiuies
made tho football of party polities
of a foreign nation, would to day b
proparing for tho cuii-lttuli ,nl
oloetion nf meniljors of n u L ;;!
NEW YEAR'S DAY.
How tho Birth of Eighteen Ninoty
Four waa Celobrr.tad.
Now Year's was uthori'd in with
a irroat, cioai 01 nmo ami muiauaioo,
which boiian at tlmk Kiiiirinv ninht
' and lasted till lotij? after midnight.
1 I'iro crackers aid liombs wore hoard
sluainorV whittles and church bells
a tho l of 1-' ftdded to tlie
cl?I,IMl,r, , ?l3t,y, l,00),"l ,VL"ro ll at
uiiduiifbt to welcome tho new voir,
and a number of calls wore made by
serenading patties. Detachments
' l'l Hawaiian Xntionnl bancl wont
lortn sorouni tiir tlitrinir the .m
tunn' hours, and tho music was ex
ceptionally line. The llagpolea on
the Hell lower and llugiuo Co. No.
1 were illuminated during tho night
and private residences were also
.r "-...'."-' :".
During yeMenla. luaus liiuumer-
ai)0 were icUl tiroiiifiont tin i v I
, ,, ., , .," .1 .
by Hawaiian", whilst others kept
co. The I'ortugue.-e hand fere-
" "nwr - o &o,u.a 1 anavarro,
rortugue-e Commissioner, and the
,,.,,, of ,)tIll.r ,,!,., i.rlll.
,;uee during the day.
The baeball game at i'ijrli;.v
IwtweMia picked teani from ll. I.
fi. warships J'lu ado pua and .'.im
am, tl0 ' Ka.uehameha nine hi tho
r.fturnoon reultcd in a victim l.ir
the latter by a score of 21 to 1. lh
mJvnl visituru were fairl. not in il.
1 liny cored one each ntlnif cmul
nmI Ulir(, nml lwo , tf ,,,
wu. T. following c.unprii'eil
tho team: Minster cf, Miller rf,
King lr. Urowu e. Ivlon lb.Kai:e2i.
J!ri'" Pi 'loMIi K''J.;i't -. 'I Ja-
i.i'iioii iiiii'iins wi're: iin'vi;v 11.
m s h ; ,. V ' ',
linds.iy II.. II Wiu . Kmih.h if. 1
ioi;i 11. 1 rains were nut at (eur-
siou rates and maiiv availed thriu-
, , .... ...
plantation w.i vi-ilcd by a iiuinb-r
'"'". "......."- ..-
for n largely attended hop after
At tho Y. M. C. A. n.vns (ho day
was made one of goud entertain
ment to a largo number of cr.ll'T'.
The lunch from 12 to 2:''A) was par
taken of by over -Ki pi rsotis, 1I10
viands set forth boingof liueipitdity.
Onlway .S; l'ortir kindly loaned
furniture f ). the oc -asi :i. " D.'cora
tious of (l.e looms with llouor ami
lerns v.eio ui:ero. J Here ua a 1
DX3Trtl01' COUr.T KATTEl'.J.
irjnoioou u.itua for Drmihcnncis
Tlu Eiva Japa c:i Trial.
ii . r. i- . .1
llire were Ilfto.-n 2 tines 111 tho
jjiM riot Court I hi morning for
Jruukomic, in everv c.-rn the ph-a
A Chiiinuian named Ah Kan was
!lil"1 a"d m;,l,li,1tSll,,11 n 'lmrjrn of
1.111.1-in in iikt 1111111 tii-uiuu oi rie.ii-
r.... ..r ., f.v. i-t..
t... :.. .1... . I.:..l .1 1...V....1
' 11., .1 tl Wi .141.111.-1 IIUIII IIIIU iVUlll
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on Dec. .'ill, Hie box li -lug valued nt
11. ".'". The box was Mipposul to
I'omain iuii oraugen ami wr.s ship.
ped from Hookeua, Hawaii. 011 the
nleamer V. G. Hall. Tho box nrrivod
on t'riday last. Pilfer White sec
ured defendant's acquittal by stating
that tho box bore defendant's mark.
Mrs. V. Kiug, for assault with a
deadly weapon, was lemaitih'd till
Jan. b, awaiting tho recovery of her
The two Japs from 12wn planta
tion were on trial for assault and
battery vv lieu Court adjourned at
noon. Tho case is on this afternoon.
AT IT AGAIN.
Can't Fool John Ahsonco of Hind
iu Tossing tho Oouatur.
On Saturday afternoon Sernno 11.
ilishop felt that tired feeling, nud
went into tho Now Model Kestau
raut on Huthol htreet nt the rear of
tho Post Olllco, and called for a
Mpiaro meal. Hav iug gone ht might
through tho bill of fate, and liiilnh
ed perusing his favorite journals -tho
Hilletin and lloluuiiin he got
1 1 up and went Jortli into tho open air
to meditate on tuo rottenness of
, 1 loyalty. Half a inniiito later one of
( , the Ciiiueso waitori lore out of the
lostauraut and scootid up tho street
aner 1110 customer, yelling after him,
."Haul in:" "Haul in" Hystandors
tiiought for a moment that Sereuo
had been attempting .something in
I the stabbing line, but it turned out
! that lm had lit tho hu-ili home
, vitl.oiit pacing for his meal John
1 made li i 111 dig up right away and
, Soreno, who has n very bad memory,
1 plodded away, having determined to
, write a slushing article for the Star
entitled, "Tho Chinese must go"
This little allair beats the cpi-mto
, which took place some time ago m
another wolf-known restaurant.
There is 1:001 1 reason for the inmu-
l.irity of Chamberlain's Cough llitn
oily. iJavis A. Uuar I. of West
.Monterev, Clarion Co., Pa., ny. "It
has cured people that our plibieinm
could do nothing for. We persuad
ed them to to a bottle of Cunmhoi
laln Cough Hemedy and they now
recommend it with tho rest of us."
L'.'i and U) cent bottles for sale by all
dealers, llmisou, Smith & Co., agents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
. ..--,....... ........ --- - -,. -- ..-..,.,-, --.. iiii iiii5 i in i l ii ii-. i:iiiii i hii ni'iiiii i
THE EDITOR OX' THE BTAR.
Mnrslial Wilson's Antogonist and His
Walter G. Smith is not unknown
in California. Ho camo to this
Stale from Ithaca, N. Y., in tho lat
lor part of 18S(i, bringing with him
a small newspaper plant and locat-
lie aflerwnnl became editorof tho
.mhi an evening p'ipor, and whilo iu
that position ni.-uiu tuauy enemies
bv his bitter attacks upon men and
thing'i. , It wn while occupying this
post (hat John l(. 1 Jerry, editor of
tho t'nioii. exposed Smith's wild,
lilibii-lering chomu which was in
tended to ouluiinalo in tho capturo
of Lower California. Horry employ
oil an I'iUrti newspaper man named
Harris to protend to bo in sympathy
with Smith' foolish project, and in
this way becomo his confidant. Har
ris obtained all the insido Informa
.: ... .. i..i
" iinnsmi llll .1 UIIIIIIIIUIU U-
,, mnl tli..n il... r..i,,i, ...,,.. out
number of men at Ensonada to over
come the small detachment of Mexi
can soldiers thoro and thou estab
lish a proK-ionnl govcrninont with,
of course, G. Smith at tho head.
Onco there. .Smith maintained, nei
ther the Mexican nor tho United
States Government would daro dis
pute (heir right to tho territory to
(howet of tho Hay of California.
Hut John If. Horry, who afterward
became Collector of tho Port of San
Diego, upset (ho entire project by
his tinn-ly publication, and Smith
and thoe who wcr. associated with
him became th laughing-stock of
After con-id 'i il!o litigation over
, . ', h" '"" '
. .. .. .. -i . . .. . .
tii..,.iuirt ami ho then fell b'ack on
his old Ithaca iiliiit, and for a while
two Sail Diego Suns wore shining
imiillau'oiNly. Hut clouds hovoreii
eoiMta'illv and persistently about
the one that got its effulgenco from
Waller G. Siniih and it was M)m
nbauloniil. Siuilh th"ii camo (o
Sin lrii!iei-co, M-curi'd n position
on a nii'i,iii,i,r paper, and was as
signed tu d..-.;i not1: in the Now
City Hall. Winn the political
rupture occurred iu Honolulu Smith
went there, ami almost ever since
hi arrival lie has been in tho heat
of turmoil by rcaon of his bitter
attacks upon tho royalists. Sun
I'liinrt'tn l.'siiim'ili r, l)c, 10.
I'ol Men for Probata of tho Will of
John 1 OlKlllaii.
The Supremo Court onlv nssiirned
1 davs for caM's at its silting to-day.
1 a i. f::ii!ii... .... .:.:...:. ... 1......
1 ... j vii.iii.im iukibiuiin iu iiiivu
the will of his late father, John For-
rest iiiiniinu, Admitted to urobato.
The property dov isod consists of reah
estate 111 California valued at 51000,
nud personal ostato of $:)2."i0 cash
nud til shares iu Pepeokoo Sugar Co.
nlned nt .ItHK), tho whole being of
a total valuation of 5S2o(). Uliza
bethGili"ilhin,widovv,isuamcu in tho
will n sole devisee and legatee, also
oxoeti'rK. The will is dated Novum
l.er 2:1, li:l, or (wodays boforo the
accident to tho testator ended fatal
ly. Dr. Victor J. Caprou, who wit
nessed the execution of tho will,
gave his testimony to-dav in antici
pation of his return to Rati by tho
Mr. C. H. Willis, lato Dopuly
Shcrill' at Llhuo, is iu town. Ho is
going to Haunlei as manager of
Piincevillo Plantation, as well as
postmaster of tho district, iu place
of Mr. Had way, lately committed
Many stubborn and aggravating
cases of rheumatism that woro bo
liived to bo incurable and nccopted
as life legacies, havo yieldod to
Chnuibi rlain's i'aiu Halm, much to
the surprise and gratification of tho
hiiirerers. One application will ro
lievothe jtaiu nud sulToring and its
continued use insures an effectual
uri . For sale by all dealers. Bon
rei. .smith Co., agents for tho
I'lit-iiKis doud? Not much!
Lentwi" it is not t-o with tho
CulHoi'iuu I'eid Company. Wo
Iimvo uimle n bttsinois for our
lvi -, which litis hlontlily grown
ll.ioiigh till the hard liiue& other
no complaining ubout.
o h.ir ju-l secured from Mr.
.1. !'. Cnlbtini liis old fatnnd, cor
mi ijticin ai Niiunnu streets,
nud tiikiii po-snc-sion of those
luj'go nud uinVOnienl jiromises.
Wo hud to do m, beeiuiHO our
oh I plan ut Leloo it, ton Hinnll
forotii fiM.incioniing business1
In n li w i!as tlie bark "Maunti
Alu" will bo hero again with hor
foinlh lull cargo of Uuy and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
W light who will arrive on that
vessel. Wo prefei to select our
ineiclianilise ottrnulvu.s rathor
tliuii have olhors do it, which
luf'tiiis that uc got better goods
t.i 'i 1. s price.
'it thank our main friends
fii. 1 ei
C til .
ir liberal p.itronago for
tlirio years, and hope
. Mention to a httsiuoss
' ' ;hly understand to
piilronn i of as many
KOHNIA '"KKI) 00.
By Jfts. F. Morgan.
Valuable City Property
On SATURDAY, Jan. (5th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom. (Jiuon Street, I will
sell t Tubllo Auction, that Valua
ble ReiMauce known as tb
Tin rr)rty lins a frontiiBi) of IIS (eel on
Kukiil Htreet nml is about
-"OO feet iteep.
Tlura Is iv Convenient
2-Story Dwelling House
Contaliilnit 10 Kooms, (JuMnao niul Out-
li-ntses on tlio f)t TI10 Mnln llonc
rontnlns 12 ltooin, Kltclieti
ntnl llalli. Aim
1 2-Room Cottage 1
1 1-Room Cotlatjol
tUth iiini Waili llou-o outstdu,
Iiii., Kte., Kte.
FIT" 1'l.si'e cn bo liisticctcit 011 iippllrn
Jaa. IP. 2AorseLn.,
JK t.l AUCTIO.NT.Ui:.
Sailors' Home Society.
rpiIG AIMOl'ltNCI) ANNUAL MKCT
X Iiik f tlio ilntiolulu Bflllors' Home
Society will tnko place on THUUSDAY,
tli-i Ith lust., at 11 0. tn.,nt tlio rooms of
tlio Cliamber of Commerce. A full nttoml
uiir of members of thnt Hocluty It ro-iiiii-steil.
IVr order V. A. 8011 AEl'Klt,
Ifoiiiiliilti, .Ian. .', 1SUI. U.IVat
A I.I. HI 1.1.8 AOAINST Till'. S. P.
"Mlimera" must bo renlcl In
ttii.tli'iitant llioutlleo of Theo. II. Davli-s
A c'h. by noon to-morrow, otlierlo they
will nolU u-cognlieil. tr.s) It
xjoiii.'i: is iir.mniv ivi:n that
li tlio iiniliTflKiieil.miiurritiiK.Sen, him
llil .my wiM bis liitrnvt In the dry uoihIh
mnl crucery Ktoru, tnjii'tlicr wltli the leno
of tin-luiiil niul bull.llnits sliitnto In Ho
n.'Inln. on tbeiornerof llcretnuliv mid Sin
klkl -irciH, lo'liil Kio o( tlm iuim iliici',
nli t ln pxiil will of tlio lm-lnos hereto
foin I'jrnnl on by him nt nll stutil.
Iluii.ihitii, Jnn. .', Is'.il. trje Iw
fpii: i sm:iisi(iNr.i 13 itti:i.itRi)
1 10 iimkii nil kliiiU of Tombaotiu Itall
lliK, llniiiiiareil Iron Work, ete., le.
I.stliualei 011 uiihllvatlon.
.. . A. JAOtlKN,
Union Btrcot, at St-rllni;'. I'alnt flltoe.
A UOTTAOi:, C0NHI8T
Xi. Iiiit of Hlttlui; Itoom
ami two ltedrooms, fur
nUheil or unfiirnlabcil with
llalliroom ami Stable. A short illstsnct.
iroiu town, .in object Ion. Ai.i.lv lit the
llt'LLKTM Ollleo. u.i) a I
NOTAHV I'l'lllll', C0I.LKCTOK AMI III.. Mill VL
finb-sfent for Sevornl of the licit 11 Ul!
Mutual Tulephono H. 1. 0. Jlox Ztt.
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
! A I'BW ItOOJIS, l'l'lt
) 2V. iilshuil or uufiiriililiisl.
tool location. Ten min
utes walk from l'o.st Ofllce.
AKobtablo and CnrrlaL'o House, linnilro
nt UHlt. OE11T. bllOE STOKE,
PLCASi: CALL AT 11. IHWIN .t
Co. (Ltd). ImiKjrtant liifomiatlon
uwalis you. 01!-lvv
HONOLULU OKIOKET CLUB.
'I'llE 8EMI-ANNUAI, MEETING OK
X tlu Honolulu Cricket Club will bo held
nt the Hawaiian Hotel, 011 WEDNESDAY,
Jan. 10, lb!U, ut 7::w r. m. lly order.
It. li. AUEliliACH,
Circuit Court, First Circuit of tho Ha
waiian Islands. In Probate.
IN THE MATTEHOK THE JvSTATE
of 1.UK. SANU, Into of Honolulu, do
cos ted, luteitato.
tin muling nud filing tho petition of H.
AI1111I, of Kalniliil, s .ml, nlletili'K thnt
I.uk Hani;, of Honolulu, Uled Inloimte at
Choy Haug, C'liiim.on tho Bth day of Julv,
A. 1. 18S7,aud prnylnu- that letters or Ad
iiiJuUtratlon lauo to b. AI1111I.
It U ordered that Mm.miaI, tlio mitt
day of January, A. 1). IHIjI, bo and hereby
In upiioluti'il for hearlnt; raid petition iu
tho Court Itoom of this Court, at Hono
lulu, at which time and place all pcrions
concerned may appear and nhow cunso, If
ntiy they have, why bald petition should
not be granted.
Dated Honolulu, 11. 1., Dec. 13, 161U
lly tho Court:
UHA8. 1 rETEUBON.
t'UVtit via Clerk.
PEIt S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
Ertry detcriptlon oJJOUPMXTLSU
done nf lh Ilullttin OJJkt.
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'a
Saturday, Dec. 00, 1893.
Metaphorically speaking the
world stands to-day on the
ragged skirts of the old year
and, in a perturbed state of
mind, contemplates the possi
bilities and probabilities of
1894. The commercial disas
ters which beft:! the United
States during the past twelve
months were of a character to
make the morel ant, every
where, carefiil as to his pur
chases as well as his sales.
The banker who watched the
"cent per cent" promissory
notes of his customers blos
som, left them to the receivers
to pluck the fruit.
As usual, for hard times has
had no visible effect upon us,
wc start the year with a large
assortment of handsome goods
as well as serviceable articles.
We can give you a plow a
Hendry Breaker that is both
handsome and serviceable in
the eyes of the plantation
manager, but which would be
unattractive to the lady who
sees more beauty in one of
our piano lamp. Our stock
is selected to suit people in all
classes of society from the 400
down, but the quality in each
class is the best, and that is
the reason that every article
we sell gives perfect satisfac
tion. The invoice of lamps we re
ceived just a little late for
Christmas included some very
handsome ones, perhaps the
prettiest wc have ever had,
and do just as well after the
holidays as any other time;
and the silver ware looks just
as well on the table. The idea
that a man should buy fjr his
home such articles as these on
a certain day, or at some spe
cial season is a mistake; his
wife will enjoy them at any
Last week we sent to the
homes of three prominent Ho
nolulu people, Fischer steel
ranges. From two of them
wc have reports that their
meals have been better cook
ed than ever before, and the
amount of fuel required for
the service less. 'Hie ranges
we now sell you arc made of
steel, just double the thickness
of any we have ever sold; this
means years of continued good
health to the stove. People
who have traveled on dining
cars in the United States will
understand the value of the
Fischer range when we tell
them that it is the one used
there. People here "who have
the services of inferior cooks
will appreciate the value of a
Fischer range once they have
eaten a meal cooked on one
of these stoves. Compared
with the time they last, they
are cheaper than four ordinary
The Locked Fence is king
among fences, and we are the
sole agents for these Islands.
Like a good many other things
we sell you they last too long
to be profitable to any one but
the purchaser. Steel every
where lasts longer than wood!
Then why should not the
spring stays used in building
a locked fence outlast a wood
en post? As to strength,
there's no comparison; you
could turn loose a herd of
prize bullocks against the
Locked fence and not weaken
it, it's built with a view to re
sist the attacks of any number
of wild cattle. Its adoption by
plantation owners here is as
certain as anything can be, be
cause every one of them wants
to economize in every way
possible. There is no easiesr
way than this.
A weather prophet tells us
that the next summer will be a
dry one. If he is correct it
means a big business to us in
the way of Aermotors, and
the people who have had trou
ble during the past year in ob
taining water, had better pro
fit by the suggestion and dig
wells. The Aermotor will
force the water anywhere once
you find it.
Hawaiian Hardwaro Co., Id
0Hii'if Bpri-eknii,' Monk,
307 FORT STREET.
TEMPLE OF FASH
Comer Port 8s Hotel Streets.
&yis 1 Every Igseription I
I Will Lead the Market in Low Pnet
I AM OITEIUXJJ A VKltY I.AItOE STOCK OK
EC Jii. 2T id k: 33 Si O H I ES F g
Tor Ladlcr, Orntlciiicn and Children nt Low t'rlcp.
Sl'KCI Al.-At I.V.-n flno lino f Lnilir.' Iltnl.rolilc.l Silk Mmidko rchlrf-.
8l'i:t'IAI.-At a.V.-acntfc' Jnjaiicso Silk llnmlkcrchlcfr.
Bl'i:0IAI-At 1.'ic-t01 dozen 1'nncy Silk llnn-llu-ro
& MvV.KV., r'V., 1.1 ami tiV. fctillei' llnn.lki rrtilcN nrc tin- Ikvi
ollvrcil In lli'i inarkit (Iiiiiiicihu iiorliiient to M'lrrt from).
Extra Vsluo lu Uo-Aurr lor LstUos, Gonllcmoa ami Cli'.l dnn I
Fnil Black Oont'c 8111c Boss at 515 Dozen
Great Gut m Prices for 30 Days Onl
Over 1,000 Boy's and Phildren's Suits
Will Iks nirorit nt liwrr l'. If tlmu i'v r li-f iv.
My SI Sultn roilucfe'l to $3. My $5 Gmt'. rciUied to C!2.75. My SO, V
nud $7.30 fluita (Knon l'.vutn) KlttcV, to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Gocti Values are Offered
My SI i:c Panla rctlu-oJ lo C5o. My 82, S2.23 nail S2.G0
Kuco Pants roiho-tl to CI. DO
Boy's Waists sit 65t
In White nn.l I'uiiry l'orr.ilo with Hiirk nn.l Front I'IpuIi'iI nitil tri'
Bailor Col I n it.
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanolletto I
Full Lino of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Ysi
lly tho "Australia" u? hero nct flitur.lii I vvl" r i-Ivp n jvrii Hfrk of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undresse'
Hew Kovo'tits In Laces, Kibtons and Oihsr Taney Gcods.
AI.80 ANOTIII'lt I.AIlUi: INVI'T. OF
leu's, Ladies' and Children's Shoe;
Cornor Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, L
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
Do not. forgot that we havo
a Choice Lino of Suit-
abio Goods fonBiit-
me: in nnrt of
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America's Finest Production, ltiih and Mtlloic.
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