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PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
53 FOR FOUR WEEKS ia
English Wanlrobos, Plato Glass Front;
Msirhlotop Wash Stands,
Marhlolop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers.
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Hattan Suites. Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases.
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases. Tumblers. Glasses.
Claret Jugs, Lamps. Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
EJto., Etc, B3to.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
Nu aanu Street. -
MAS JIVI ItKl'KIVRIi
IHreet from China ' Flnet MouiitHln Jitnlit.v ' 8iierlor lo Any
thing Hvei Hold In Honolulu!
A Choice Assortment of Christmas Toys on Hand
Camphor Trunks Fitted with Patent Ih'lrrtive Lock,
I. nl 'it Slylm Chinem- ItitmlxMi ('hair and Lounges,
Jl-antiful Pattern Chinese -tllL and Silk- Handkerchiefs, Kir.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches 1
lin on lni'ni ii Choice A-orttiicnt of Ciodiniero, Tweed", Km , Kte.
Low Prioea and Qood 3Tit Guaranteed
IMI'OltTKIt AND DRAMSK IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
New Goods Received by Every
All Order- fnithfilll) intend I".
nlielli-d unil piii'ktut with 1'iire.
Lincoln Block, Kino Sthklt,
HoiH TL..i: Jlosi :mii--
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOrSK - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Ohdeks Soi.iciteii. J(t t0 SATisrArtiov Guahasteko.
II . K. MclXTYHE c: BRO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Sen UihiiIk lt.-.-.l v.-. hy F,vor Packet from the HiiHtern Stale, nml F.iliope.
KBK.SII CAI.1FOHNIA - I'KOIjI'CM - HY KVKUY - STKAMKIt.
All llldvrn fuillifilllv intended to and flood Jellvrreil tu mi v
I'urt of tin- i hv fiii:i:.
ill.ANI OkllRIII SOLIUITEI). .yATIsnOTION1 (ll'AHlNTKKI).
KAHi i.'OHNhli FORT AND KJSO NTHEKTri
: Near Hotel Street
HV LATE IKKIVALS
- I'. 0. IK)X a?.
ON HAND aft
Steamer from San Francisco.
-.ill-fnetlon imuriinti'fd. MhimI Order-
Bkt. I'oht ash Alakea Street.
1'. O. HUX JH7
& Retail Grocers
I, tl. IIOX 14.'.
Anhousor-Busch Brewing Co
Wins the Prize at
World's Fair with their
EAO-LE" Brand Beor.
Si. LnflR, (Vl. , I.K'tt.
MicfR... Mac mhhnkA Co., I.'n.,
tlounliilit, II. t.
Iltnr Wm-Wp have mailed you a cop)
of tlic UMifVnmtttal announcing the grunt
victory noli hv tlio Asur.rsr.R-llriii'ii Anso
cutih witu' their "HAUI.K" llrnml of
' (Ityrcinl lleixilcli lo llliilif-Ormncrnt.)
Wowd' Fair, I'litiAtin, lu., Oct. 2H
j So award I'Ik ever been made ?o gratifying
I to St. Louis people ninl o juitly merited
j us the one given n-ila by the Columbian
J Jury of the World's Fair. cotid-tini; of con
noleurs nml ehcmlt-of tin- litilivst rank,
I to the AliluHier-llurli Brewing Agnelli-
lii i lie .numtcr-liu-cli lirewlui; ."teln-
Hon. Hy method" of unrivalled hulne..
1 enterprise, mid by u.Iiik tho hot material ,
Rrr'li:1 L'l. '" "V.1 ,.!..M.?.11
...K vw..i ..nit i',iii-i t.iiiint'i nil!" in 'ill in-
gate., the ililiercnt klinl of tln Anlieu-er-
Buch licor Imvo become tin1 fnvorlte. with
i the Aini-rirmi jieorle, nml hnvo now con-
qucrcd the hlghct iiniird In every particu
lar, which hml to Ihi coii-ldcrcd hy the
Columbian jury. The I1I14I1 chnrncter of
' the award Riven to-day l.y the Juror-will
he licttcr undcrMnod when it I known that
the. illtrerent beer, exhibited hy the An
I lieuor-llnrli llrrwlnij Aix-lathm had In
! compote with hundred of the inol excel-
. lent illplnyi of other brewer. The furl
, that no other concern hn recelveil so
, many iioliit for the vnrloitn e-entlal ipuil.
ItliHOf koo.1 beer conllrmi anew the flrmS
' reputation a, tlio leader of nil Atncrlcnu
beer, nml Mr. Adolplm- llit.-ch can feci
' proud over thl renlt o iillv nierllnl.
UT The above Is a Fac-ilmllle of (be
Label of tbe EAGLE " Brand which took
Ut. In orderiliu llil" Peer lie .iin- 10
I nk fur the -KAdl.l;" llritnd.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
Aiitntt fur llnu itd'im ItUiiuh
Dai Nippon !
nlmve Slum li'n reeelved
Splendid Itivolee of
.iii.i ii . ifin
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
l'nliloii. Tublu t'overi",
lied Covem, llowil-,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN (JHKA'I VAUIKTY.
C. Ill-peellou llespectfillly I II vl lc I.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
Chinese Engine Co. No. 5.
AT Till: UKtllll.AH ANNl'AI. MKKT
IllK of the I'hlnese Kli,'lnu Co No. .
held in their hall mi Miumiikuii street, on
the !M in-t., the follouln oiitlcinun were
deeliued duly ei OIllcorH of tlie
Chinese Knine i n, Vo. (i for the eniilii(!
Foreman, re-u'eeted . ('hilllii
IM AfHiitnnt 1'oremiiu, re-nleetod
... .0. Fook Yee
'.'il Aisiitnnt Fnremiiii, re-elected
. , Ho Fook
Heemtury, re-eleeled . . Uni Client;
Treasurer, r-i'leilled I.uiiiHIiik
lillirsu Kliglne Co. No.
United Chinese Society.
the iHt (lav of Jnuuur. A. I), isio. the foh
Ion Inj! "ire ileilared dul elected Hi dill
ciirx of til.' eoipiiralioii lor the ciimiIiik
. .(loo Kim
Chiinu K I in
I .an Chock HIiih
Woiih Wall Foy
OH A NO KIM.
secrelnry Hulled Clilne-e SiK'let).
I - -ir' -x J
(Continued from 11 Page.)
way to got anything at largo as tho
worm to it, except by the opening
botwoou tho ground and tho floor at
ouo end of the porch. Tho only wav
to get to that was to go down oJf
tho uorch bv two Mud and follow a
i narrow plank walk along one side of
it for tou feet to tho open cud. 1
1 hadn't tho slightest idea that tho
ants would attenut such a journey
with tho ponderous worm, but I
found again that J didn t know ants.
"In two or three minutes tho ex
citement among the disappointed '
ants quieted down, and they got to- I
gethor for business again. After a
consultation they must have come
to the conclusion that it was too
fatiguing a task't o moo the worm
in the way that they had moved it
to the crack, and they adopted now
nnd most surprising tactics. 1 saw I
first one aut, then another, and then
a score or more of ants force their
way under tho carcass, until it begau
to rise from the floor and was at last
entirely clear of it, resting on tho
backs of tho ants that had one by
one wedged themselves beneath it.
Thou tho carcass begau to move. '
carried on the backs of two parallel
rows of nuts. Tho rest of the army
marched along as au escort, and, as
t f.tttiwl ...if ten n .i.l.,f .... a fVt lit..
"...,.-"." 'i"'ul ",
Ketacumont hearing the burden.
"Tho stepi that led from tho
Porch to the nlauk walk were within
. . -if - . . i
ii mui in iiiu nrui !nuiu I no Uitri.'.iss
of tho worm had been found by the
skirmishing aut. and so they had to
come back all that distance to carry
out their new plan. The burden
was Iwrno along tu a steady march,
and so rapidly it was in a very short
time brought to tho edgo of the
porch at the steps, where it was put
down. Tho ants came out from be
neath it. and tho carcass was quick
ly tumbled ovor the edgo to tho first
stop, carried to tho edge of that, and
tumbled to tho second, and then to
tho walk. There a detachment of
tho army took up tho lead in tho
way it had leon done lieforo, and
tho march proceeded along the walk
toward the open end of the porch.
nan way down mo walk tho burden
i carriers put it down and another de
tachment relieved thorn and tho
I march was resumed.
'Tho caravan had proceeded but
a short distanco further, though,
I when a panic seemed to strike the
. group of ants that formed the
I advance guard. They began mu
lling excitedly to and fro, and tho
panic spread to the entire force.
The army halted, and the burden
ants came running out from beneath
tho body of the worm, and it rolled
orer ou the walk. I soon discovered
that this excitement had been caused
by the appearance of a biir black
J aut, which had come skirmishing up
the walk ami come face to face with
the caravan of red ants. Tho black
ants are tho deadly and dreaded
foes of the red ants, and tho sudden
appearance of this one had caused
.all the alarm. If the red ants had
been as good soldiers as they were
engineers they would lwio avoided
the disaster that overtook them, for
they would hnvo at once made the
solitary black aut a prisoner, and
the dire result that followed his
movements would not have been.
"Upon seeing tho advance guard
of the red ants the black ant turned
and dashed back dowu tho walk. He
followed it a couple of yards nnd
thou disappeared atone side of it.
Tho panic that this ant had thrown
tho red ones in lasted so long I lint
they had not recovered from it for
some time after the black nut dis
appeared. They then resumed their
march as before, ami I could sue
that it was a more rapid one, and
that there was much uneasiness in
(he army. And there was need to
I be, for before the auts had reached
tho end of the porch where they
I were to turn on to go under it, up
wero to turn on to ko utidor tt, up
tho walk.ou tlio Uotiblo quick, unmo a
horde of black nuts, nu Army nslnrgo
Hi till) lOrci'H ol tlio rt'il nuts, if not
Inrtfor. Tim lattor wore iiuickly stir-
rniiml...! I... ... I.ln..l, ...! I.. 1....
...... .aw.. . .in, iiiaw.p, nun in iuoji
than n iiiluuto foil victims to thuir
foofl. I don't think one, of thorn
UMCApod. Tlio inoro powerful WauU
ants seemed to have uo diilleiilly in
drawing tint earcass of the worm
away, and In a very short time thoy
had disappeared with their plunder
in their uost down tho walk, every
member of their army that was not
required in handling t'ho worm carry
ing the lKly of a rod nut homo with
Bear Hunter in Pennsylvania
! Yoiiiik SportMiinn, Alhlon, N. Y.J
T. W. Cain of Bradford has but
one arm. but he hnudlod his guii ho
well with that lono arm tho othor
tiny that it ia uot likely that his
claim to the championship as n bear
i killer will bo disputed by any two-
armed huuter in Pennsylvania or
elsewhere. Ho wont into the wooln
near this placo, one barrel of his
trim loaded for birds and tho other
lor boar. Among somo down timber
ho routed out a last spring's cub.
He promptly shot and killed it. He
had scarcely put another buckshot
cartridge hi tho empty barrel before
an old boar, presumably the inothor
of tho dead cub, came tearing out
of the top of a fallen tree, followed
by two more cubs. (Jain scrambled
uo on a pile of tree trunks. The
old bear startod after him. Ho gavo
her a load of buckshot aud shu tum
bled back among tho logs, whore she
jay Kiomng nnd Howling. Ho loaded
up and lodged another charge and
bIio quit kickmgand yelling for good
and all. Then ho picked on tho re-
maining cubs and had the satisfac
lion of seeing tlio entire family of
bears stretched dead around him.
It took but live minutes to bag the
four, t'aiu jocosely say Dial it is a
gooo tnmg inr tlio hears u those
iw. . i.yu in, Hilllii linvu IH IllglU
hears instead of four. .1 uii:n,
Thn Host IMustor.
I For pains in the chest I here is
I nothing better than a flannel cloth
I saturated with Chnmhurhiiu's l'alu
! Hidiu anil bound on over the seat of
pain. For salo hy all dealers, lieu
sou, Smith Co., agents for the
I Hawaiian Jlaud,
Notice to Consumers!
The uric work nf I he ifciwaiinn
Ehrlrir Co. brintl now completed,
notice in hereby given that from
nnd after January loth lht Com
pany in prepared to supply fnccm
dcnernt eltctric lighting lo cii
tomern. Tn a few day the Company will
ahn he prepared tofnrnhh electrir
motor for power, and of which
due. notice will he given.
The Company further announce
thai they are prepared lo receive
order for interior wiring and can
furnish fitlure and all fitting In
roiinrclton with new service,
Printed rule, regulation and
Company's rate can he had on
application In the Superintendent.
Win. D. IRWIN,
l'KKSIDKNT II. K. CO.
"Is tlnro anything now un
Awv the Sun?" You will uhU
yonrsoir that question ami tlio
nuswor ia "Oo to M. Ooi.o
iiKito's ami liavo it look nt his
New Patent Vvntilnlod Untlor
shirt; light, tlurahlo ami cool.
A summer garmont that can
not 1h Htirpassoil; hoth in long
ami short .sleeve. Price GOc.
eaeh. M. Ooi.niiKiui is the
sole agent for Dr. G. Jnogcr'H
ASPKHIAI, l.lllltAllY OF SCIKNl'K
and tletlon lsnovotMned loHtuileiitx,
onTUKHDAYH, THUHBIlAYfland HAT
UHDA YH of eneh week, (mm i to -I r. M.,
on the fecund lloor of tlio Fonter lllock,
Niuiumi hired, over ljvejoy's tore. Kn
trnnm by the treoiul iloor, on the l.iiiin
oppotlte end of Men-haul ntreet IradliiK
to the Imuk part of the Honolulu Foundry.
HihiUh lent out to rnioiillilu oar-
iIuh In Honolulu, and when prnetleahle. to
residents of the other Island. HL'-lm
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNER
SHIP. TIIF. t'OI'AKTNKHHHI!' HKTWKKN
the unliirKliHied exintlnu under the
, i.yonrKUH h
nniuu of I.yeurmi, reriininlwi & Co.
ImoIvoiI liy mutual coui'Viit, Mr.
1'iiiir.iilu linvll.i. -.llil I.Im lnl.trMhl In tl,
linn to Mr. Fernaude. All deht,ue hy
t,,,u fl.rm ,?'"' .I10 l'nI',1 ht ', V""'"' J1'"
""! "5 .r. r urnaiHiivi uiiii nil ueois lino
t,. tl.u Hi
to the ilrm will be luilleeted hy him. Ueo.
i..vciirKii reciM-euuiiy reipieMh inn iriemiN
to extend their patronage heretofore Klven
to IiIiii to IiIm BiiceeiBor, who will continue
tho Imrlnesiof thollrmou hUownuecount.
Ofc.0. I.YCU HO Vti,
Honolulu, Jan. U IhiU. H31 lm-l 4t
A LI. ACCOUNTS I)UK TO THE FIHM
of Yuen Ken Chan of l.lhue, Kauai,
have been placed for collection with Mr.
1'iiul Neumann. nttorney-Ht-law, .'111 Mer
chant ctreet, Honolulu. N. Munwnr In
Mr. 1'iiul Neumaiiii'a olttcu U authuritud
to receive and receliit for their payment.
All iiertoiik indehted to mild firm uro re
lUusted to Hottlu their uccountH and save
cent of lltfk'Stloil.
Hounhilu, Jitu. 13, H!I. IWl-lm
A LI. HII.I.H DL'KAdAINrJTTHK Ho
nolulu Hoad Hoard in future ure re
iiuuBted to he preMinte.1 at the oftlce of the
Road Hupervlsor of Honolulu on the 20th
of each month, otherwiMu they will be ex-
I empt from that jnonth'e estimate ami llk-
Iv not to he nald for one or two montlm
order of the Honolulu Hoad
W. H. OUMMINOB,
Head HUM.rvliior, Honolulu.
rpiIKOliFiViaANI) HIUYOliF.H, FORM
X orly handled by King Ilros., ure now
inclusively in the hands of the under
ilKiied. Dole auent therefor, who has
oiiened nnotlleoTu Cummin Hlock, Mer
chant Ktreet Hide.
II. K. WALK Kit.
Honolulu, Jan. Z't, 1WM. lIO-lw
ATiTHKHKAri MY W1FK,
VV 1ml. Iihn left my l
I thl In to lve notice that I
hmt and board,
will not he roB-
iHiiihllile for auv dehtu contracted hv the
Huld Dinah Kalml without my written
order. J NO. KAIMI.
Honoliihi. Jan. H, IWM. tUV2v
'PHK CNI)KR8l(iNKU 18 HRHl'AHKD
1 to make nil kinds nf Toinlmtnuc Kail
i uk. Hammered Iron Work, etc., etc.
Intimate ou application.
I'nlou Hlreet, at HlerlliiK's I'alut Hhou
A I.I, ACCdUNTH HTANDINO KIX
moiilhn and over, mid not paid hy
the aUi of January, will be handed for
collection without exception.
N. H. HAUIIS.
Iloncilulu, Jan. 'ii, lim. UW In
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
1893 -XM AS -1893
18 THE HUSH PKK8KNT.
DOLLS & TOYS
at Hrr.cULl.Y l.i iw rRickft.
DOLLS Nicely Dreiscd 3.V. mid t: '
DOI.I.H Better Drowsed $1.
1)01.1.8 Richly Droved 1.7ft tn S7.A0. '
Fine English Dressed Dolls
With evervthltiK to tnkeotl filnud
Doll Heads and Bodies'
I KtlOKIMl HUKHKH,
TKA HKT8, VA8KS, BTC.
IlKtDTtrt'L tilsrLW or
Purses, Card Cases,
Our Children's Books
Are Kxceptlonnllv Fine.
tCB- Head our Catalogue and vou will
surely find somethliiK you wnnt.
IKON l'ABSKNOKll TltAINH,
I HON KKKKIIIT TltAINH,
I HON COACH EH.
KTt;.. KTC, KTC. KTC.
I lmvo inucli pleiwure in
advising my nuiiieiouH cli
ents that I have roueivod
advices thai the Shamrock
Linknh have heen aeeordod
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Modal and Diploma
at tlio Oliiflfttfo World's Fair
for Tahiti Linen, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchiefs and Km
broidery. W. C. SPROULL,
Sole Aueiit for the Hawaihiu Iclandn.
To Close Oat Consignments!
For the llenellt of the F.tattt of
1 I'ommeiiclui! on SATURDAY. Decem
ber tltli, I will ell a New Coimlgnment of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The CtlelmtUd "Slur" Brand at
M.OOper Half Dote n.
Boys' Suits from S3.50 np.
lien's Suits iron S12.00 np.
lien's Extra Paits from J1.50 np.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINQSTON, Manager.
! HAVE YOU TRIED -:- -:-
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
Any our rcturnhuj 60 Jockey
Club Lahch In S. KVBK V o
CO., No. r,.i King Street, will
be prenetited with a beaut if ni
Oiynrettr or (liyar dune.
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
i:llmate given ou all kind of
HIO.SK.CONURFiTK A I'l.AKTKR WORK
tfe- lOMCKKIK I'KOIAI.TV VA
JOHN F. BOWIXKR.
I TRADE J
V MARK M
Speelnl attention Is culled to our New
Christmas Goods i
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Uflei' m Oeatt' Htndksrchisfs
(With American or Hawaiian Flaga)
Shawl, Hnslie, Table. Covers,
Neckties, Shirt, Etc., Etc.
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, Pajamas. Hulls,
Kimono Patterns, Etc., Etc.
I Fancy Poroelain Tea Sets,
Cups nnd Saucers, l'lates,
Flower Vaies, Etc., Kto.
Christmas Cards, Faacy Eitelopes,
Albums, Fans. Paper Lanterns,
Table Crumb Pans, Etc., Ktc
Importer of Japanese Goods.
'20i) Fort St., near Custom House.
I'. O. Hox .m
411 KINO STREET.
Per 8. 8. "Oceanic." Dec. 4lh,
I I.WUIK VAHIKTV or
Snitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Dltrerent Vnrlvtles and Uteit Pattern.
UHIRT8, 8U.K. HANDKEK0HIKF8,
PORCELAIN TEA 8KTU,
Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc.
T-iO-w Prloes !
411 -:- King-:- Street
The utideri'Kiied oilers for sale the follow
liiK lleautlful Block:
- -THE FINE HORSE
ni Tint rni.uoi?u mamk:
"Angie A.," "Joaio W.,"
"Sully Ulnok" und Colt,
"Yum Ymn" and Colt,
"Trtio Blue" and Colt,
ttW Full 1'rdiKreei of the above cau be
seen at Oreenlleld Stables, where price and
terms can be arranged to suit the lime.
GreenOeld Stables, : Kaplolanl Park.
W. II. KICKARD.
Hokuleia Stock Farm,
WILL COVER TEN MAKER AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, 120.
FINE HORSBSJOR SALE !
THOS. w. UAY,
037 -'iu-5 Ht Mauaer.
FOR. SALS I
KAHUKD RANCH 1
Kuhuku, Hawaii. IHU-lf
A Good Business on Port Street
tl. E. HOAHDMA.N,
S1U Fort ttrcet.
CIMIK WEEKLY UULLKTIN-W 001
JL umiiuof luUreitlUH iUadlun MalUi,
tilaiuli,fi umlled lo orelu ooantrlei,! 4