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Pltdaed to nrith'r Sect nor Parly,
Hut liitubthhnl for the lime fit of All.
TUESDAY, JAN. St, 1891.
Our ninioxatioii i-oiitiMiiporaries
an sovcroljr oon.,i.inl ovor llio con
IU'sIh for civilization of Groat Uri
tain. particularly those ninilo in this
ocean. Tlu acquisition of llio Gil
bert Islands, which is treated as a
piece of news by the- morning paper,
was accomplished about a year ago.
Ono thing can bo said in favor of
British conquest, whether peaceful
or otherwise, the peoples brought
under the protection of tho flag are
accorded solf-govemmont to tho ut
most extent compatibles with tho in
terests of all concerned. There is
no parallel, however, botweou the
acquisitions of barbarous and semi
barbarous countries by Great Britain
audjthcatlom.pt to destroy tho long
civilized nationality of Hawaii. The
record of Hawaii's self-government
shows continuous progress and codes
of laws, the best of which are equal
to the cream of Amoricati and IJri
tisli law, and the worst not without
counterparts and examples in the
statute books of Hawaii's best ex
emplars. United States politics are too deep
water for our annexation contem
poraries, but as their plunges there
in only give themselves a chill wo do
not object. The Advertiser tries to
make capital against the nomina
tion of Mr. Van Alen of Ithodo
Island as Ambassador to Italy, echo
ing the Republican party press at
home in trying to show a scaudal
because the nominee had come
down handsomely for Cleveland's
campaign fund. What about Presi
dent Harrison's rewarding of Mr.
Wauamaker's generosity to his
eampaigu fund by tho high position
of Postmaster-General in his Cabi
net? This retailing of alleged poli
tical scandals in the United States
by our P. G. contemporaries is a fine
way to put the Hawaiian in lovo
with American institutions. Wo can
help in the work by giving a shin
ing example of Republican corrup
tion in high places for ovory ono
which our opponents try to
scrape up for discrediting our great
and go"d friend Grover Clovoland.
Aiiotliur ot tho t'orruimn Cotnniltn u
Domingo Perreira, a Portuguese
jocI.kv. ami ljr.it tier to Frank and
.m I'crreira. wit arrested yesterday
uvoiiin;,'. ami -till is in jail, being re
fiiwjd bail for assault on John .Silva,
a follow country man. The victim of
the assault lies in n very precarious
condition at tho (jtimiuV Hospital.
Tho st i-y .f the anault as gather
ed from an oyo witness is as follows:
Porroira and Silva were in a store on
Punchbowl, ami the latter was about
to leave to go to his work in An
tirade's bakery, when Forroira told
him there wa plenty time, and that
ho would play hint a game of canls.
After ri-filMiMi' Mti'.irnl limits Kllrn
was finally persuaded and tho two
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nil, iiimwi iii iiii,v. rerruirji iosi an
the games ami S'l in stakes, whon ho
became disgusted and handed his
cards to a darkey named John
Peter, ho (Forroira) putting up tho
money. Tho darkoy lost ono game,
whon Silva got up' from tho table
and said hu could not play any more,
as ho had to go to tho bakery to
make his dough, and if ho wasn't
there soon tho bread would not bo
out on time. Forruira aud Peter
ordered Silva to stay ami play an
other game, aud if ho did not there
would bo trouble.
Silva did not take any notice of
the threat, but commenced to walk
oir. Potor grabbed Silva and hold
him against tho wall, while Forroira
struck him on tho faco and kicked
him on tho stomach. After Silva
had boon cut in several placos, cover
ing his faco with blood, and had
lumps raised on his stomach, tho
darkoy let Silva go. Silva wont off
blindly to find wator to wash tho
bl-od from his eyes, but whon ho
had got only a low yards he foil
down, crying, "They've killed mo!
Thoy'vo killed me!'r Othor 1'ortu
guoso ran and picked him up, and at
tho same time Potor advised For
roira to get on his horso aud rido
away. Auothor Portuguoso, how
ever, stopped out aud said ho was a
P. G. special, and caused tho young
Silva, tho victim of tho ahainoful
assault, was convoyed to tho Queon's
Hospital, whoro ho is today sorioua
ly iujurod. His abdomon has swol
len considerably, while there aro
several scars on his faco.
Still Preparing for War.
On Saturday afternoon Quartor
Mastur A. Gartonborg aud Captain
J. M. Camara, both of tho P. G.
National Guard, wore soon to ontor
tho rear of M. S. Griubautn k Co.'a
store from Kaahumanu street. Thoy
wont in tho store and closed tho
'.!" A fmv 'itJS later Jim
Oarty drove down in his hack, aud
presently tho ollicers emerged,
carrying between them a heavy bun
ilIo, containing about a dozon rillos.
I ho bundle iwm put into tho hack
and the men jumped in. Tho hack
was thou driven hastily around tho
corner into Qii.:oii hi root and headed
for the Judiciary building.
Vools of Vrnyor.
The subject for thin ovoniug's sor-
wce.s at Central l.uioii Church is,
Piayor for iho Church as Christ's
Agon.y fr Kefri," led by Mrs.
Mary Ueinoiit b-avitt. To-morrow,
Rulers," led by (ov. g, jj. jjj.,10li
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
(Continurd from hi Pope)
Watson of Glasgow, tho designer
of tho Valkyrio and Thistle, is build
ing a yacht for an American to compote-
with the now forty-ralor order
ed by Victor Montague. Watson
would not give tho name of the
American. Secretary Grant of tho
Iloyal Yacht squadron says Mon
tague iutouds to open a challenge
to all corners. Xo challeugo ha?
boon sent for tho America's cup, and
nouo has been received for tho Cape
May cup. It is agaiu rumored that
Emperor William is negotiating for
tho purchase of tho American sloop
A rich deposit of plumbago has
boon discovered in Lyon country.
Forty mouoy packages were se
cured by robbers who held up the
Mobilo and Ohio train the night of
Judge Martino at Now York re
fused to dismiss tho indictments
against Drs. Frank Ferguson and
Irwin House, charged with illegally
dissecting tho body of Washington
Irving Dishop, tho mind reader.
Bishop's death occurred several
years ago at tho Lambs' Club, after
tho performance of one of his feats.
His tnothor insists that tho autopsy
was performed while hor sou was in
a cataleptic state, and that there
foro it was murder.
Tho Now York America says: It
has just loakod out that friends of
ox-President Harrison havo perfect
ed an organization and formally
gone to work to make him tho Re
publican standard-bearer in In'.m;.
Major E. G. Hathbouo of Ohio is in
charge of tho movement. Ho was
Fourth Assistant Postmaster-General
under tho lato administration,
ami ono ot Harrison's lieutenants at
tho Minneapolis convention.
II. B. M. S. Royal Arthur, flagship
of tho Pacific squadron, is at Santa
Tho U. S. S. Mohican would not
leave Mare island for a week or ten
Jesse C. Little, a pioneer Mormoi',
died at Salt Lake City, aged 7S
An injunction has been served bv
tho receivers of the Northern Paci
fic on the employees of the road, for
biddiuir them to strike instant. i
ueously or damage the property of
tho road. Tho strike is threatened
on account of a reduction of waucs
Idaho wool-growers will fight the
ireo wool proposition at Washing
President Cleveland wont itowu
tho Potomac duck-shooting for the
Tho .Senate committee was to be
gin the Hawaiian investigation on
tho 27th. It was not known whether
tho meetings would be open to the
Argument on tho evidence ha- be
gnu In tho trial of Pn-udergasl for
tho murder of Mayor Harrison in
It is believed in Washington that
the Chinese Government will assist
the United States Government in
enforcing tho registration law, and
that the Chinese will generally com
ply readily with the law.
At tho funeral of W. C. Hull, an
attornoy of Terro Haute, Indiana,
who was assassinated, it was feared
mob violouco would break out
against ex-Shorilf Willis, against
whom there was suspicion. No trou
Sixty-llvo men aro under arrest in
Now ork for election frauds.
Ton bakeries are closed in Chicago
by n strike.
Tho Gorman lank sleamship Peter
son, spoken disabled on Doc. 10. is
given up for lost in Now York. She
carried a crow of .'IS men.
Mrs. J. L. Uartlolt, of Watortown.
South Dakota, claims to be tho sister
aud heiress of Nicholas Lute, tho de
ceased Californian millionaire.
Thoro is a fight in tho courts of
Now York over tho earnings of
"Blind Tom," tho famous somt-idiotic
negro musical genius.
Thoro has boon a fight with fire
arms between citizens of Hartford
City, Indiana, and tramps with which
the couutry is overrun.
Tho weather iu Europe is abnor
mally warm. At Loudon on Christ
mas tho tomporaturo ranged from MS
to 10 degroos.
Speculation in silver at Uombay
ThoSorviau legislature has rati
fied tho commercial treaties with
Forced war loans aro being col
lected of American citizens in Nica
ragua, and Ministor Baker has made
a vigorous protest against tho pro
coedings. Troops fired on mobs at Palermo,
Sicily, rioting agaiusl the octroi
Hosts of Jews aro being expelled
Premier Crispi of llalv is going to
soil out tho Jiiforma, his personal
Deputy Lockroy of France, in an
interview, announced his intent ion
of interpellating tho Government
rogarding tho condition of tho
Fronch navy, directly tho Chamber
of Doputios roassombles. During
tho mtorviow Lockroy said ho had
formed the boliof that the Italian
navy, for its size, was the finest in
A iiamiihlot, written bv Colonel
do Polignac, proposes that Franco
ally herself with tho Mussulmans in
rMrica. It (loclaros that Franco
would thus compel them to live in
peace with tho Spaniards, and that
this alliance would mako France
mistress of tho Western Meditor
raiioau aud enable Spam to n nee
siiflluiont artillory at Algeciras to
romior uiorauar untenable.
Tho Socialist students of the Uni
versities of Berlin. Froburir. Minis
tor, Marburg and Kiel, for the firt
time in tho history or tho German
uuivorsities, havo nuhliclv doclurml
their Houtlments bvsondiuir mi mi-
dross to tho International Congress
of Socialist stmlonts at Gonova.
I hoy also intouil to send a delegate.
A three-cornered rnliirtntia war la
threatened iu Uganda, Africa. Tho
'loliamniedans havo boon expelled
1 y tho Christiana. Protestants and
Catholics are likely to havo renowod
conflicts, owing to an alleged broach
of agreement by the Protestonts, in
depopulating tlueo provinces inha
bited by Catholics. The Prolastauls
are aiso saui to nave ueelarou ven
geance upon the native converts to
Catholicism and it is believed that
peace can only be secured by the
permanent expiiNion of the Moham
medan IJagandas and tho separation
of tho Catholic and Protestant
spheios by Nile tributaries.
Violent demonstrations of anar
chist mob have been made at
Orleans. Prance, aud tho police are
hunting for the leaders.
Two thouand unemployed work
inginon at Amsterdam were organ
ized into a parade by socialist agita
tors, They were charged by UX)
police with drawn salves, and seve
ral pitched battles followed. Many
were injured but none is reported
A decisive naval battle is expected
shortly in Brazil.
Extensive alterations aro being
made to a ilia in Florence, for tho
reception of Ujiccn Victoria, who
will stay there three or four weeks.
Electric bell and an elevator are
anion,; the improvements to bo
OAUU ItAII.WAY AND LAND CO.
Spccinl It'ijiort by Goncral MntinRcr
A p.'imphlei has been received
from 15. F. Dillingham, general
manager of the Oaliu Railway iV
Land Co.. containing a s-peciaf re
port to that corporation, together
with a statement of accounts for
three years to July I, lSPIl. Tho re
port notes an amicable settlement of
differences between tho Ewa Planta
tion and the Railway compaiiy. Tho
plantation has paid 'AMXK) for a mile
of track, and agreed to an incroaso
of its freight rate by ii cents, making
itSL'lO a ton. Also freight will bo
loaded and unloaded by tho planta
There has" been a big reduction
made iu the pay roll of the company.
During s:r.' the averace monthly
pay roll wan i.17ii'..l:i. From June I
to Nnu'iiilicr I. Is'.i:!. iho average
was .;-7'J.t. 1 1, t Mi. i salaries account
has been iimu,c( thi year by Sl.'Ci a
month. Tin- whole "lediii'liou iu
wages and salaries elfi'ded is at the
rate of vl7.l5'.lii.'J" a u ar.
Tire nveipl-. and ri'lli uf tho
railway department from January 1
to Nov. I. is'.i:'.. were as follow:
(jiiarlur ending M.in-li III receipt.-,
l-.r,i;; jn; (.m.iis,.h. .?i i,.yhi..
7'.i:iict gain. .ylL'i!.:i.
tjuarler i mling JuiuOl receipts,
.WI.'.ti-.V.'7: expi'ii-i-. slrUlKl.'JI; net
(Juarter ending .September ."s -receipts,
.V-'-MMJlMU: expenses. SlLVtSO.
US; net gain. V.MWI.;.
SI7iar,iS: net gain. Si ir..i. II.
Total net gain for ten mo.ilhs.
J2,l::ii..Vi. The average monthly
net gain for the I'uvl six mouths of
last year was VH7 1. !'.', while there
was a monthly profit uf .siatl..''.)
shown fii'in July I In Nmeiiilier I.
"In view .f tli.i f.i.-l that tin-emu
pany is paj ini; a lii;,li rate of inler
est. on its ImuhI a unpnr.'il vvitli
railway I'umpauies in other coun
tries," i-ays Mr. Dillingham, "it i
gratifying to know that I he earnings
of the jue-eut line dining a lime of
general lmiuo- depi,..,inti. and at
the mint unfavorable season of the
year,is paving running expenses
and 7 percent upnn t hi entire cost
of the lailv.n.v department - say
.i'.VJi',:i:L.j-(ir an aiui'iint of net
earnings equal to ." percent upon its
entire eu'l, and ." perceul upon the
stock (Slfi.Vti.sO representing (lie is
sue of stuel. on ihN department of
me company s uiMues-.
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from the earlier limes of (hi rail
way. It averaged lV,.h;. 1 1 a mouth
for three years ending July , Ja,
or&LVil'oVJS a year. "Tho passen
ger earning ror tho quarter ending
December .'II, J Sl, amounted to
.?ll),lS.",.liri, after which there was a
steady decline iu the receipts follow
ing tho depression caused by tho
passage of tho McKinley bill." Tho
"decline reached bottom in Febru
ary, I SICt, the month following tho
revolution, when the total passetigor
receipts for tho mouth amounted to
.SlelS.ir., equal to about one-half tho
receipts for the corresponding
month in IMH and IMCi. Tho quarter
ending March ill, sy;j, tu, total
passenger receipts amounted to
'u!l.l.-l(l, a triile over half tho
amount of the receipts for tho quar
u -.mling December .'Jl, 18111. Slnco
February there has been a gradual
improvement in the passenger re
ceiptr." The manager give s an exhibit of
tho condition of the rolling stock
and road bed, saying, "Notwithstand
ing tho fact that tho oporating ox
ponses havo been greatlv roducod
this year, the rolling stock and road
bed of vour company's liuo was
never in a better condition than it is
to-day." Altogether 271H! tons of
rock ballast was placed along the
lino last vear.
Tho cost of each department had
been as follows: Railway, including
ll,(SSI.71 interest during construc
tion, ii.V.'JL,.:!l; Coal elevator to
July I, including interest of .2i7 to
that date, . 1 1,7:21!; Ranch,. (!;j,88.'t.!!l!;
Land, including .fl,lii;j.:o interest,
iSWIl.lSJI.&l. An investigation of tho
coinpany'H books, with tho assistance
of Av. M. Graham, acting treasurer,
shows the railway department to bo
in arrears, its earnings being insuffi
cient to p.;v running expenses and
interest, falliiigsliortdtinnga period
of three y. ars apparently .'.!, I lO.r I.
Of I hi, ncnily ir.,000 should bo
charged, the manager ways, to capital
account, which would show llm cor
rect amount of deficit lo have boon
:20,irri.7v . I hi the report says is
more than accounted for by the fall
ing oil" i if rewMiuo from passenger
trallie ill eiiliseiniKiii'ii .if lli,, I, not
nc.s. deplete hi of SH2 and llm
revululiiiii uf Is'i."..
Othei mallei nf iiitoiott iu the
lopoil are deferred for another issue
IS OVER A CENTURY OLD.
A Sprightly Man In Humboldt
County Whose Ago Is Remark
able. John Bradley, a nalivo of England,
10.") years old, lives with Charles Nel
son uoor Forndalo. This is an as
tonishing statement, but it is said to
bo entirely true. Mr. Bradley has
uovor boou married. His carriage 13
erect, his oyo bright, aud ovory day
sees him ongagod at souio kind of
work about tho place.
Ho woars long white hair aud a
heavy white beard. Ho says that ho
was a man grown whon Napoleon
surrendered at tho battle of Water
loo, and remombors tho fact dis
tinctly. If his ago bo as represent
ed, and it is said thoro is no roason
to doubt the statement, Mr. Bradloy
was born in tho year 17SS. Itum
Aak Tour Friends
Who havo takoti Hood's Sarsaparilla
what thoy think of it, aud the roplios
will bo positivo in its favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsaparilla docs, that
tolls tho story of its merit. Ono has
been curod of indigestion ordyspon
sia, auothor finds it iudispensablo
for sick hoadacho or biliousness,
whilo others report roinarkablo euros
of scrofula, catarrh, rhoumatism,
salt rliouni, etc.
Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable.
By Jai. F. Morgan.
Valuable City Property
On SATURDAY, Jan. 13,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At inv Salesroom, Queen Htrecl, I will
m-II nt Public Auction, that Vitluu-
lilo lU'.ildencc known a tlir
Tin- l'roHTl y has a frotilnge of IH feel mi
Kiikiil Hln-t-l aud is alxmi
'Jou foi't iloci.
Then U a Ceuvvnli'iit
2-Story Dwelling House
Ciuilniiiliii! Ill Itnoins, tVittiw ninl Ont-
Iioiim's mi id, i hil. The Miiln lime,-
i-eiituhis 12 ItiHims, Kltclicn
Mini lUtli. A l'i.
1 2-Room Cottage!
1 1-Room Cottage 1
Itilli idi.l Wie. 1 1 Him,,, oul-t.le.
Kit'., lite., I'.ie.
Mtt I'lle.i.MIl Ik lll"H'.li-,l nil :li,c.
Jus. F. JMoie:a.ii,
UniintKAs .Mvvin:, iiinaii ka
liul, has ,'fi my lim and hoanl,
lliK 1- in nlvf notice Him I will noi Ue res.
Ini-ll.ti' fur iiuy ili-lili iiiiilracli'il by tint
-ti M Unuli Kiilml wlttioiil my will ten
" r. , , J NO. KAIMI.
II. hi. .lulu, .Inn. S, IM'JI. ri', .'
JSI.AMi (iltAI'ES-Sl'OtTNDS KOIt il.
I'ur rulf liy U. M8M.MAS,
I' "'f T'leiln)lio 317.
HONOIjUI.X OIIIOKET CLUB.
''pill: KKMI-ANNPAI, MKKTINd OP
L die Honolulu frli-kft (iluli will bolal.l
lit ilie Iluvvullaii Hotel, mi WKDXKHUAY.
Jim. In, ld'.U, nt 7:3) v. si. llv ordvr.
It. h. AUKItllAClI,
I'll) td Secretnry.
DI'IUNCI MY AUSENt.'K I'ltOM THE
Jlawolian Inlinds, Mr. 0. M. White
l.-llln... turn n.a .....I.. -...! . ,. , .
..... i. iui iu iniuvr Hjnurui anuriioy in
nil inattors of Mncfarlane .V; Co., I.M.
,, , , , K. 0. MAOKAHI.ANE.
Jiiiiiuiuiu, ,iiiu. ii, 10:il.
rptlK UNDKltSlQN'ED IS IMlKI'AltED
X to mako all kinds of Touibslone Hull.
Iiikh, Hnminert'd Irmi Work, etc., etc.
bstluiiiti's on niipllcatluu.
I'lilon Btrcol, nt Bterllnu's Paint Sliuii.
NOTICE is hereby rIvcii Hint thu undrr
HiHueil lm lieon duly npiiolnttd nd
iiiinistrutar of tho lands of my wife and
myself kltuiitcd III Ltliuo, Kauai, and nt
Kaiuakela, Honoiulu.Oiiliu. Allimyments
must bo madu to tho undtirsili'tiucr.
ir22-2w 1JENI It. NAMAICAOKBAIU.
To Lot or Leaao.
X nlslied Jlooms for
Ucntlemen nt No. 4 Harden
hit; of KlttliiK Itoum
nnd two Iti'drooniH, fur
nUlii'd or iinturnUIied with
iintnroom uud Htable. A short lUHtance
iioiii luwn. rio oujectioii. Aiiplv nt the
IIi'llutin OIuco. IW-yt
rpilK KODIt HOOMBON
X llio itround iloor uf
lint .MnsonfoTeiiinlu: tlicau
llomns aro tmltablu
niori's or unices.
rruilios over lllshun ,V
REAL ESTATE FOR BALE.
7 VAI.IlAIU.i: PIHCKB OP M
I Unmoved t'roiierty. loeatud Bi
In illlli-rcnt Part of tho City of B
Hmiolulu; ull burKftln. Apply Vr
for full particulars to Jk
HRU0E H A. J. CAnTWniOHT.
Hawaiian Harflware Co.. L'Q
Saturday, Jan. G, lSD.'t.
We mentioned something
last week about a weather
prophet telling us we were
going to have dry weather
during 1894. He wishes to
amend his statement now by
saying that it only applies to
localities where it does not
rain. The weather will not
hurt us to any great extent
because, when the streets are
muddy, people will want Hart
manns steel mats, and we
have them in stock. Another
thing they must have is an Im
proved Stone Filter. The
rain makes the water impure
and it is necessary lo filter it to
keep disagreeable things from
being taken into the stomach
and causing scarlatina and all
sorts of diseases. We keep
the best filter manufactured;
one that may easily be kept
clean, and is cheaper than any
Frank Walcot's knife sharp
ener is known all over the
world and with a generous use
of printer's ink we hope to
make it very well known here.
This" contrivance is made of
compressed emery and resem
bles a scythe stone in shape.
Having sides of different grades
of fineness, it is adapted for
sharpening any edge tools, and
must supplant files for keep
ing cane knives in order be
cause one of them will outlast
many dozen files, We believe,
we have all of these .'sharpen
ers in this market; if you want
your carvers sharp with the
least trouble and expense, ask
us for a "Frank Walcot Knife
Rochester Student lamps are
in demand wherever people
read books for pleasure or
mental profit. They are es
pecially desirable for the pur
pose because they give the
maximum light with the min
imum heat. They are not as
ornamental, perhaps, as some
of other styles but they are quite
as serviceable for general pur
poses. Wc invite your atten
tion to an assortment we have
just opened; to 11s they seem
to be handsomer than any stu
dent lamps wc have ever seen
1 in other shops.
.Some months ago we im
ported and sold a lot of small
grindstones made (Specially
for scisson. ami other line cut
lery. They jumped at once
into favor, and we had to or
der more. We've waited a
long time for them because
the demand for the article has
been so great in the I'nited
States that the manufacturer
could not keep Up with it. We
receieved our portion of the:
outptiton the Australia, and we
are ready to fill a limited num
ber of orders. These wheels
are made of a composition of
which sapphires are a part,
they are as unlike our ordi
nary grindstone, except in
shape, as wool is unlike cotton.
Since wc published a state
ment showing the tensile
strength of our galvanized
wire, wc have received other
evidence of its superiority for
all uses to which wire may be
put. Wc have had the wire
twisted around itself twenty
times with no signs of the gal
vanizing cracking or pulling
off. The trouble with most
is that it will not stand short
twists, but ours will.
As soon as the weather
clears up there will be a lot of
painting done. We claim to
keep as large a stock of white
lead, colors and oil, as there is
in the country. We also keep
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paints
which are the best mixed
paints in the world. There is
more zinc and japan in these
mixed paints than any other
manufactured, and the addi
tional quantity of these ingre
dients is added on account
of the effect of the I Iawaiian
climate on paint. You will
find the Hendry paints better
spreaders than any other, and
they will retain their gloss and
original color longer. They
are put up in half gallon nnd
gallon tins ten of tho latter
size will cover any ordinary
house two coats.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoilte Bpreokela' illock,
JJ07 FORT ST1OTT.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornor ITort At
I V.FAi TO 1XFOTCM
THAT I WILL HOLD . .
EVERY WEEK DURING
BIG INDUCEMENTS M
"Will be offered to the "Public
1 AM OIW.KIN'G NOW
For Friday and
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Aasoitment of
ditht Received by liutt "Auntralin" ti Largo Stock of
To In- hhIiI fur on'k wt.kk on-i.v at 10c., 12A, 1-U-. and IGAc.
per yard. (IooiIh worth 2;"e. a vard.
In lO-ynrd li-nths, red need I'mm $.0l) to 75 cents. ,
Cornor Fort and Hotol Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I,
"fc""MM""""'""'JJ' ' r mm in 1 j
- ok Tin:
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . Jl'ST TO UANH IIX "CITY 01' I'KKISI,' . . .
33? These Cigars are direct from tho factory and
should not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
are ho frequently offered as the "Best Manilas." OE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you ol their
HOLLISTER & CO.,
E5J23 PovL Street,
L.OVBTOY &. OO.
No. 10 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
Knit THU HA I.M OK
C. Curpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "f'nele Sum" ll'V Cllam, Aupu Citij.
Frailoricksbury Browing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
-San Jose, Cut., U. H. A.
Dallematul & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
Amirlvu't Plant Production, ,' uml Mclhw.
Spruance, Stanloy & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
I'liifunn ami II, Hulls.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour."
Thr Print uf Smnnnr l)rinl;n,
Mlsr.vlr:",,,',,,r',,' " " a - jk'm
Mutual Tni.nruoNi: 0B r Qnm. jox 137
THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
nnd it will pay you to trade at
Color nt 20 Cents Each.
Hoxioliolu, H. 1.