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PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
S3r FOR FOUR WEEKS 1
English Wardrobes, Plate Glass Front;
Mnrbletop Wash Stands,
M , ii i i '
nvli nlnti Tll'MUUlhir I uhlau
aillKiU)) lJItHSblllg 1UU1UH,
ii i . 1 1l i i f '
OC'OU.Ml (J II CSt S OI DrilWerS,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Itattan Suites. Pictures, Etc. ;
Koyal Worcester Vases, !
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, ;
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,,
EtO., Etc, E3tO.
THEO. H. DA
Nuaanu Street, -
HAD JUHI UKCKIVUK
Dlrrct from riilim' Flnri Mnuiilniu tjiinllly' Hiiperlor to Any
tlitin K-i Snlil In Honolulu!
A Choice Assortment of
f lumphiir Irunki tilted with I'ntent llelerlivr .nOAM,
('aiiiiihnr Trunk Fitted with Patent Detective Lock',
iMteit lyle riiiuene llamtum Vhuir ana Lmtngn,
H'outiful Pattern Chlaete Silk-and Silk Handkerchief, Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches I
Imh mi bund u f'hnlri- Airtinent il 'nlinn-rfs, Twertts, Etc , Etu.
T-iO-w Prioes and Gl-ooci IPit 0-u.a.ra.xiteed
ltl.KHHUNK 1 It -
CI I AS. 1 1 II STACK,
IMI'ORTKH AND DEALER IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Batter
t0 ALWAYS ON HAND J3
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
KB- All OnlT- faithfully uin-m
tulKtllnl und pui'kud with run
Lincoln Ulock, Kino Sikkkt,
buTH TL..KIMONKM IVi-
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill PORT STREET.
Importers. Wholesale t& Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOrSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Okdicrh Solicited. JK7 tM SAUHKArnoN Guahantkkd.
TKI.KIMIONK 0-' -
H. i:. .MrlNTYHE & HRO.,
- ISirolilt'lll ANIi lll'.ALrili IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New ilood HiTidved bv hvry I'di'kiit Iriini tliu Knt,rn BtalfH und Itiirripr,
KKKSII CALIFuUNIA I'KUDUOK HY KVKUY - STKA.MKH.
All i)riUr fulthbilly ititmiilcd tn and flood Ibdlrvrud In any
1'iirt nl the City I'll UK.
(tH.A.NU Ollllkhl .Sdf.lCITI.D,
BAH I COU.VUII r'OHT
VIES & CO.
: Near Hotel Street
UV I.AfB AIIKIVAIJJ
Christmas Toys on Hand
P. O. VOX. ST
Sutltfartlon K"f'''l,vd. tlnd Ontern
lkr. Fout am. Alauea Stkketh.
-P. O. HOX W7
-V. 0 IIOX Hft
AND KINO aTHKETti.
Anheuaor-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
EAGLE" Brand Beer.
St. UirtR. Oct. i. INO.
Mwim. Mai mrlakf A Co., I.'l.,
Honolulu, II. I.
Dtar Sirt We hare mailed you a copy
I of tlie (llubfltriiivcrat nniiottnoliiR the erf at
victory won by the AMH.t'ir.iiIU'tit Asmi
ciation with their "K.AULK" Ilrnml of
ANHhUSI.IMIl'SC'H lUtllWINO A8SO.
i 01 ATI ON.
j tfyKCvil Ihtyntth In tlMifDriiintritt.)
IWoriiiV Kami, ClIU'Aiio, Ii.i.., Oet.al.
No award I'm ever Itcfii innde o gratifyliif
to 8t. Iotils tieiipto nnd so Jmtly merited
a the one riven to-day by the Columbian
Jury of the orld's I iitr, conltltiK of eon
nolincnr-. ami rliemfoti of tliphlphext rnlik,
to the Anlieuerllueh Ilrewltut Aooln
Hon. lty nu'ihoiN of unrivalled bulno-.
enterprise, ntiil by ulnn the bet materlnl
' produced III Aiiierlru ntul huri), cxrlttil
1 Inj corn ntul other adulterant or um-
itate", theillHereiit kind of l he Auheifor
lluch beer linvo become the favorites with
' the American ih-oi tc. ntul hnve now eon
I quern! the lilnliet nwurd In every partlru
1 lar, whleli had to Ik- i'onldiriil by the
' Columbian jury. The IiIkIi olinractrr of
'the nwnnl ulveti to-day by the jurors will
tin better iitiilrrttftfiil when it I-. ktintvn tint!
'" illirerettt been exhibited by the An
Iicuser-Hrwli limning Aoclation had to
compcte w,, hnmlrcPinf the mo-t exrol-
lent illiplny of other brewur. The fart
tl't no other roncerit ha received so
many twlnt for tho various c-HMitlalutinl-
mi's ill kiwi .vr jiiiiiiriu- iincw me iiriu n
reputation as the lender of nil American
beets, nnd Mr. Adolpbu, Unch can feel
proud over tills remit o utlv merited.
fliT The above Is a Fac-ilmllle of the
Label of tbe EAGLE " Brand wblcb look
In onleriiiK 'III
Urcr b" ure to
inik fur the "KAiil.I
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
WkVlf Aqrutl fur llnunihn htaivU
I .fV-VJ. XIAItVJLX I
Dai NippOIl ! !
The nbovr Store h rrcrlvi'd nnollmr
Kplrlldld Ibvoh'i, of
Jap;iiusuSilk Knoy Guuds
Per S. S. "Ooeanic."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
filihloii, Table I'nveri,
IIikI (.'over, Oohiih,
i M'ti, KCIIKBSh,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN liltl.AT VAIIIKTY
Inprillon l!eiK'Otfnllj Invllinl.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
Chinese Engine Co. No. 5.
AT Till: KKOUl.Alt ANNUAL MKKT
lug of tin) Chinese KiirIiio To Nn. t,
hold In their imll on Maunukra Mrt-ei, on
thoM lnt., tli iilliiwlnK (iiinllcmon wnru
declared duly ulei'tml us Ollk'nrs of thn
'hlnee KukIiio Co No. ft for tln hiihuIiiu'
Foreman, rt'-eWtnil . I'liuni' Klin
lt AthUtunt Foienmn, re-olceled
. . . . .1". KikiIc Yue
1A Ailtnnt Koreniun, re-eleuted
... . . ....HoKook
Beoretary, ro-clected . . . 1 .nu Clionj,
Tri'iiinror, rn-olii'id I, inn Sinn
Serrntiiry 'lilin Knlne Co. .So, .',
United Chinese Society.
AT T1IK ItniSl'I.AIt MKKTINII OK
thn I'nllKd Chinese Hiwiftv held on
thu lit day of Junnury, A. I). 'l .the fed
lowlii(! Mcru declnrt'd dul ulruttil mdill
crn of the rirnmtion 'lor the eiKiiiui;
Assl limit Heerntar)
. (loo Kim
I. nn C'houk bhiK
VoiiB Wah I'ny
MTeUry United Ohinv Hoolsty.
(ConUnutd from 11 Pagt.)
a liithorto unsuspected nlcho of hor
soul there stood cloar and diotict nu
itnngo nn imngo of a very ordinary
mortal, not the Parian tuarbloof hor
fancy, out of crudest clay -and that
its name oh, the pity of ill its name
i was Love and that it had been
l placed there to remain forever and
aye, beyond all mortal power bo
youd hor will oven to remove it,
' and slio had felt suddenly a keen
j pain at tho knowlrdtfe a concious
ness that the ideal was an unworthy
one, that it presaged griof and dis
appoint mont for the future.
All this she saw and felt vaguely
as in a urontii, though she could not i
express it in speech. A
half defined bollof in the
power of the dead to guide the liv
ing, partly mystic, partly Christian,
dominated her spirit ami led her to
say to herself: "Peruana mother is ,
, near and warning me." And the
' mother had Ix-en at rest in the little
church yard on the outskirts of the
town for twelve years.
At tho foot of the table, sat Jean,
tho eldest of them all, upon whom
had devolved all the household cares
and responsibilities after her
The coustaut supervision and
watchfulueso that she had been ob
liged to exercise during that period
had given her a matronly air and the
staid and sober expression of her
face, together with the qunker-like
simplicity of her apparel, still more
enhanced her motherly appearance.
She had had a little romance of
her own whilo still in hor teens, but
realizing the responsibility that had
descended to her after the mother's
doath, sbo asked hor suitor to wait
at least a year. This he readily pro
mised, but, after six months had pass-'
ed by, with man's common per tidy ho
broke his troth aud wedded another.
If Jean suffered any heart pangi ,
they were borne in silence aud with '
fortitude, and the only noticeable
effect was an added gentleness to
her character and a yet stricter at
tentiou to duly.
Shu managed to find time to edce
I in a little useful reading every day
I in spite of her multitudinous house
! hold anxieties, aud had stored her
1 mind with valuablo kuowlodtre. so
tho whole family had acquired the '
habit of saying whenever any vexing
question aroso, "I'll ask Juan."
Tho ono absent member of the
family. Joseph, a man of twenty-live
years, had marrit-d and removed to a
distant city but of him more auon.
To lf ConilnurJ.)
Soma Clover Dof-a.
Notwithstanding the doubtful
statomeut of Liobuitz that lie heard
a shepherd's dog utter no fewer than
thirty words, it may be asserted that
no quadruped has been taught to
talk any lauguage spoken by man.
Certain learned dugs hare been
utiigiu n Kino oi siieccii, out tins
consists merely of diirereutialed
tones of the bark. Prof. Ucuedu
of tin Unlvorj-ity of Louvnlu
dog which could nci'oiiiiany with
Inn voico a tolerably oomplicntod air
playod on tho piano. Auotlior doa
boloDKing to a dllToroat inaii could
sIiik In unison au air of "La Favor-
Ita" wlina a contralto friend givo
him thu kv notn
Sir nlVii I iililwinl, l.n. ........ ..1...I
bir lohii Ltibbork has auiccudml
iu tralnltiK his dou to (lirttiiigtiiHli
a card with " wntor" on it if ho wauts
ivntnr nmi with "fiwwl" ir In. ....
r A ' ?.)i ri I
rood, mill so on. Iho dop noon
learned to dttiit-uixh tho blank
rrnm tlm writ Inn (iii.t. t Inn. l.n L.nr
-ili. ?. i i .' holoara
oU to attach au idoa to somu of tho
lottitnt and was finally ablo to fotch
to hU master tho card which corres -
ponded to his wish. To ot a single
ineal he had to fetch some eighteen
or twouty of those cards. He made
It mar further In. ntoroKtini- tn
,1 ji .1 .r ."?.. .?
note mat josonutis tiiouir
seeral of tho lower animals could
speak heforo tho fall, aud to this day
inauy of tbo natives of South Africa
believe that tho baboous can talk.
How to Ouro La Orippe.
About a year ago I took a violent
attack of la grippe. I coughed day
and night for about six weeks; my
wife then suggested that I try Chain
borlaiu's Couch Itemed v. At first 1
--i - .. um.
could seo no difference, but still kept
taking it, and soon found that it w,
what 1 needed. If I got no roliof
from one dose I took another, and it
was only a fow dajs until 1 was free
i rum uiocoiiKii. i tiiiiiK peomo in
(juuurai iiiiiil in hiiuw inn viiiuu cji
this retnedv. and I take pleasure m
acknowledging the bene fit J havo re
ceived from it. Madison Mustard,
Ot way, Ohio. 2. aud 50 cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Heuson,
Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
I OH 1 1 K AIIOVK I'OKT ON
Saturday, February 3d,
The uuderxii-ued are now iireimred to
Ismih ThrouKli Tickets from this ("hv to nil
jioints In thu I'nltfd Htiitei.
Tor lurtlutr imrtlitnhirit rpLMirilliii
Krllil or Pa-sage, apply to
WM. 0. IKW1N A CO., lii,
I'l2-'it (liinerul AKClits.
I ISLAND llllAPE8-hPi)l"-DS ri l.
L Kursalehy II. LIHHMAN,
Every dt,criplionoJ J01I P1UXTLQ
I don ut the UulUlin Offlct,
Notice to Consumers I
Thf nrw work of the Hawaiian
Electric Co. bring now completed,
notice in hereby given that from
ami after January 16th the Com
pany h prepared to supply toican
descent electric lighting to cut
tnmrrt. In a few day the Company will
alto he prepared tojurnith electric
motor for power, and of which
due notice will be glren.
The Company further announce
thut they are prepared to receive
order for interior wiring and can
furnlih fixture and all fitting In
connection with new terrlce.
1'rlntrd rule, regulation and
Company' rate can be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
PHKSIDKNT H. K. CO.
SOMETHING NEW I
"Ih tliero anything now un
lor thu Sun?" You will nsk
ymirxeir that quentiun anil thu
answer is "Go to M. Gold
iikiki's ami have a look at his
New I'atL'iit Vontilateil Undor
shirt; liht, duralilo and cool.
A stuninor parmont that can
not ho surpassed; both in long
and short irienvitH. Price 50c.
each. M. Goldiikho in the :
Hole iigfiit for Dr. G. Jaogor'w
A SPECIAL I.I1IKAHY OK tiOlKNCK
and llctlou Itnowopenrd toHtnditnts,
on TIIEHDAYM, THUU8HA8ind SAT
UHDAYb of carh week. from2io ir. m.,
(on the nrvond Moor of thn KoMcr lllook,
, Nuuunu Ktrcut, over Uvrjoy'ti store. En
trnure hy thu xcuond door, on the Ijiiio
opKilte end of Menlm.it stroet-leadliiK
' to thu hack jiart of the Honolulu Koundry.
" HooIch lent out to re"ioulblt par
tics In Honolulu, and when tlrnctlunliln to
: re-ldmitH of thu othur Islands. lUJ-luf
, - - -
1 DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNER
rpIK I'OPAHTNKIISIIIP HETWKKN
-L the nu lepditurd exIatliiK undnr the
, ""' "' I'M'urgus, reruanum ji wo.
' '..'? ."iM 'y .mutual on,e..t. Mr.
i.yuurKUH unvini; som nis interesi in tne
llrm to Mr. rernniidcs. Alldchtmlue by
thu firm will lo paid at the storu of tho
lino by Mr. rrnandr-i mid all dehls duo
to thu firm will bn collected hy him. Geo.
Lyrurgu) refnectfully rnptestn his friends
to extend their pntronuKe heretofore Riven
to him to his succeor, who will continue
the bu-lnesnof the firm on hi own account.
Honolulu, Jan. l'- IHtH. 101 lm-4 It
ALL ACCOUNTS DUE TO THE KIKM
ol Yuen Keu Chan of I.lliuu, Kauai,
chant street, Honolulu. N. Monnar In
Mr. Paul Neumann's olllce Is authorized
U rei'elve and receliit for their payment.
i ,,uoMvd to settle their accounts and save
ui pomum. iiiucoieii to saui nrm are re
costs oi iiiiaiiuu.
1 Honolulu, Jan. 1.1, (Mil. IMl-lm
ALL MLLM I)1:I7a()AINHTTIK Ho
nolulu (load Hoard In future urn re
tiuutd to ho presented at the oftiee of the
(load SupfrvNor of Honolulu on the With
of fut-li month, otherwii they will be ex
empt from that month's estimate and llk
i ly not to be paid for one or two months
after. Hy order of the Honolulu Koad
; Hoard, W. H. OUMMINOB,
I KXMf Koad Httpitrvlsor. Honolulu.
, 'PHE CLEVELAND UIOYCLES, KOKM
X erly handled by Klnc Ilros.. are now
exuniMveiy in tnu
in the hands of the under
signeil, sole agent therefor, who has i
opened an niiiua in i;ummins Jiloclc, Mer
it luint stieet side.
' H. E. WALKEH.
Honolulu, Jan. -V, lNil. DIO-lw
WHEItEAS MYWIPE, DINAH KA
iml. has left my lied and lioartl,
! this is to give notice that I will not lie res
ponsible for any debts contracted hy the
suld Dinah Kalml without my written
ord". , , , J NO. KAIMI.
i Honolulu. .Inn. h, ihhi. uiV'Jw
rpHK L'NDEUHIONED Ih PUEPAKKD
X to make ull kinds of Tnmhitone Hail
ing. , Hammered Iron Work, eti, etc.
Estimates on application.
., , A. JAOU1..V,
Union S.r,,,;)fiterllR-s Paint H.,o,,
I.I. AJVUIWTS STANDINO SIX
Uioulhs and nvir. hiu! tun nnl.l t.v
the Slbt ol Jamitiri'. will l.n IihiwU.1 ii,r
1 colUetimi ivliliont exception.
j . . , N. S. 6A0H8.
I Honolulu, Jan. U, 16UL W-lw
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
1893 -XMAS -1893
18 T1IK DOSS I'UESKNT.
DOLLS & TOYS
AT RfKCIAl.t.Y LOW rfttCBH.
D0L.L8 Nicely Drenaed Sfc. and .W.
DULLS Hotter Dro-d $1.
DOLLS Hlchly Drood f 1.75 to f 7.NX
Fine English DreSSed DOUS
Willi evnrythlnK to tkn oir0mid i
Doll Heads and Bodies
i KOCKINO JIOK8E8,
1 WAOONH, VKLO01PKDK8,
I TEA 8KT8, VA8K8, KTO.
, a atArTiruL dutlat or
Purses, Card Cases,
Oar Children's Books
Head our Catalocuo and vou lll !
urely 11 nd something you want. ,
IKON PAB8KNOKK TUAINH.
IKON KKKIOHT THA1N8,
etc;., kto.. kto. eto.
Shamrock Linens I
I havo much pleasure in
udvising my numoroufl cli
ents that I have rocoived
advices that tho Shamkock
Linens havo been accorded
Tho Highest Award, . . .
. . . Modal and Diploma
ut the Chicago World's Fair
for Tuhlo Linen, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchiefs mid Em
w. a. sproui.Ii,
Solo Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
To Close Out Consignments !
For the llenclH ot the Estate of
CuinniKiielnK on SATURDAY, Decem
ber Oth, ! will sell a New Consignment of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The Celibrated "Star" Ilrand at
fO.OO per Half Dozen.
Boys' Salts from S3.50 up.
Hen's Suits from S12.00 op.
Men's Extra Puts from $1.50 np.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
L LEVINGSTON, Manager.
HAVE YOU TRIED - -;-
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
Any one returning t0 Jockey
Club LaheU U S. KVREY .(
CO., No. 514 lung Street, will
he presented with i hrautij'nl
Cigarette or Cigar Cime.
I Qement SldQWallCB & Qla-
-lilO UXUIII AJU.1U.
Ksilmates kIvoii on all kinds ol
HTONE.00N0UETE X PLASTKU WOKK
COSl'SKTR A SriCIALTV -n
JOHN F. BOWLER.
I TRADE 1
Special attention Is culled to our New
Christmas Goods i
j - Comprising
! SILK DRESS GOODS !
1 Udlei' and Oenta' Hindkirckltii
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
Hhawla, Sashes, Table Covers,
Neckties, Bulrts, Etc., Bio,
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRIDES
Shirts, Pajamas. Bulls,
Kimono Patterns, Etc., Kto.
Fanoy Porcelain Tea Seta,
Cups and Saucers, Plates,
Flower Vanes, Kto., Kto.
Christmas Cards, Fancy BivelopM,
Albums, Fans. Paper Lanterns,
Table Crnmh Pans, Etc., Kto.
' Importer of Japanese Goods.
arm Kort HU, near Cnatnm House.
1'. 0. nox 3S0.
411 KINO STREET.
Per 8. 8. "Oceanic." Deo. 4th,
a la mi vauikty or
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Olirerent Varletlei and l.itoil PatUirDt.
HHIKT8, SILK HANDKEK0HIEK8,
POKOKLAIN TEA BETH,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc.
Low Prioes !
411 -:- King-:-Street
The unders'gned otlVrs for sale the follow
In-; lleautlful Stock t
THE FINE HOUSE
AND TIIK rOLLOWIBO MARKS:
"Angle A.," "Josie W.,"
"Sully Black" und Colt,
"Yum Yum" aud Colt,
"True Blue" and Colt,
Full Pediurees of the aborucau bt
seen at Ureenfleld Stables, where prlre aud
terms cau be arranged to suit the limes.
GreecOeld Stables, : Kapiolani Park.
W. H. HICKARD.
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
WILL COVEK TEN MARKS AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, 120.
FINE HORSHS FOR SALE !
mi I'm -6 tit
FOR SALX !
KAHDKU RANCH I
A Good Business on Port Street
filu Kort street.
'pUK WEEKLY .lULLVnN-i COL
JL uiuusol InUireitloj' llsadlug Matur.
Islands, uiaUed to fortlfD coontrlti,! ft
"V I " s
1 horoughbred Stock