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PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
t&- FOR FOUR WEEKS
English Wardrobes, Plato Glass Front;
Murbh'top Wash Stands,
Mnrhletop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Royal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers. Classes.
Claret Jugs. Lamps, Screens.
ron Bedsteads. Matting,
THEO. H. DA
Nu uanu Street. - : Near Hotel Street
HAM J I'D I ItKCKIVKI) IIY LA TK AIMtlVAI-S
IHrei't Irntii I'hlliu' Finel .Mountain tjitnllty ' Silwrlor to Any
thing Kvi'i Sold In lliuiiilulu'
A Choice Assortment of Christmas Toys on Hand
t'timphof Trunk I Filled with Patent Detcttive Lock,
hilt-! Shile Chinoe Uambon Chain and hninye,
lUautiiul Pattern Chinee Va iihi ' Handkerchief, F.tc.
High Class Tailoring in All Its Branches 1
.iwav nil lni'i'1 a I'lmlei. A-nrtiiii'iit uf i n-linnTi'-. reei, Km , Kte.
X-iO-w Prioes and d-ooci Fit 0-aa.ra.rxteeci
lEI.EHIioNK 1 II
CI IAS. 1 1 U STACK,
IMI'OUTKH AND DEALKR IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll
New Goods Received by Ever;
All Order fulthfulh attt'iiii to.
vihelieit and pitrked lth i-'aru.
Lincoln Hlock, Kino SniKtrr,
biMH TL..EI llHNKh J4U
lni)orters, Wholesale k Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ice - norsio - noons . a - specialty.
Ialandn Oiider-s Solicited. JK& V Sati.ifaction Guahantkkii.
H. K. McINTYKE cV: BKO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
NVw liiM)i KitiIvim i, Kvurv Pu.'kut frnm Ihi' Lhmiiii hlati'h and Europe,
FRKSU CALIFOUNIA - I'ltODI'UK IJV - KVEKY - STKAMKK.
All Onlr fuitliliilly ultiindfil
I'arl or ihi'
l.iLiNi Onni'Ks Soi.iciTtn.
KAbl COK.VKH J'Dlt'l
VIES & CO.
P. (I, 1IOX .','l
Butter and Island Batter
ON HAND jQ
Steamer from San Francisco.
.-"MlNfurtlnn yuitriinti'inl. l-lmul (Inlcrn
Wi. Fout and Ai.akla STriEr.T.s.
P. O. MUX .1i7
I. O IIOX Mr
to and (IikhU DiOIvitimI in uny
riv Kit Hi:.
AM) KINO HI'KNErri,
Anheusor-Bueoh Brewing Co.
"Wins tho Prizo at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
Si. Lni'ie. Oi-I. , l."'U.
MkSII. M m rini.t.iK ,V Co., I.1 n.,
Honolulu, II. 1.
thiir Sif We have mailed you n ropy
ol the (Hubfltfinocrnt niinniincltiK tho groat
i victory won bv tlin Asm rum-HuM it Asso
ciation with tholr "HAULC." llrnlul of
HHKWINO A8SO. I
(flH-clrtl ItKjmlrh to lilolif'l'enwrnit.)
Vomii' Kmr, Our Mm, ll.l.., Oct. VM.
i No award It 19 over been iiimlu o gratifying
to ht. I.011U people ami so Jutly merited
! as the one pi von to-dnv by the t oluinblan
, jury of the World' Kafr, i:iinititii; of con
1 nolWius and chemist of the blub,-. t rank,
to the Atiheucr-Biich HrcwiiiK Aobi
I tlon. lly method of iitirlrnlleil bulnei
1IUI1. IY IUC1I1U1IS IM llliriYIIIItMl Mtl"llll', 7 i
...n....i: ...i 1 !.... i... 1 ......... ti T
I vine iii-i-. mm iij, u-ni,; 1111: iirl lliuirfilll
j produced In Anu-rlra iiml Kttrope, cxclml
, Ing corn nnd .other mlultorauf. or sure.-'
Kates, tho dllleretU kinds of the Aiiheii'er -
Wcfi beer have heroine tlm favorite, with
the American ticntdc. nml linvi' now cnii
qilereil the hlghcM award In every partlrtt
! lor, which hail to bo contdercd by the
Columbian jury. TIih high character of
the award given to-day by tho Jurors will
he In'tter tiudcMood w hen It lo known that
tho illllerent beer exhibited In the Alt
hetiMT-IIUM-h Hrowlnc Association hail to
compete with hundred of the mot excel
lent display of other hroncr. The fact
that no other ronrern has received io
ninny txilnt for the. vitrino eentlnl itial
Itlesof i;nod Ijeer coullrms anew the linn'
, repuMtlon as tho leader of nil American
boors, and Mr. Adolphu Bilch can feci
proud over this rcultso iuMlv merited.
" Tbe above Is a Fac-slmllle of the
Label of the "EAGLE" Brand wblcli took
- III iiriictlliu tlil Hot In ur- to
in-k (nr the KAULK' llriiud.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
MkVlf MenU (t lliiuamiii Itliimlt
Tin' nlinvr riliiri- li rn't-lwd iiinnliei
Splendid Invoice of
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
i'iihIiIoii, Ttthlo i'iiut,
lbl rivi'r, (iiuMi-,
i'IihiiiIhpk, Shaw If,
DOII.1KS, Hi Altl'h,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN Oltr.A'l VAUICTY.
tM- Iii'-i'tlim lleipi-vthilly luyitiil.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
Ml I Ml
j Chinese Engine Co. No. 5.
AT TIJU ItltllULAlt A.N.NIAI. MKl'.T
Iiik' of tliu CliinoM' Kiiplno Co No. ft
hnld In their hull on Miiuiiukcii street, on
the :M liiM., tin- I'olloHiiiK fii'i'tltmiimttiiro
dcclnrt-d duly I'lwti-il us (Jllcuri of the
I'IiIiichi KiikIiii in. N'. .'Wiir tin mi-uliiK
I I'nrriniin, re-idwn-d . CIiiiiik Kiiii
I Ihi ANitlHtiiiii i'oit'iiiun ri-ti(ult'ii
I . . I'. Kook Yihi
I .'d AAlitiint Korniiiiin. m-eli-otcd
... .Mo l'ook
Bfciotury, rn-idi-fti'd Ijiii ('hunt;
Treii'iniT, rti-iilfuiiid l.iini HIiik
rtiTiftiir Iiiiii'mi Knt-ini' l'o. .No. A.
United Chinese Society.
AT THK ItP.t.ri.AII MKHTINO OK
lint I'nlti'd l'hlni'i Soi'liity huld on
thn Iht day of Juiiuurx, A 1 1. hii', thu fol
lowlnj: wcrp ili'i'laii'd ilul ulri'ttd 111 Dili
cer of tin- iiirpurulioii fur tin ciimiInk
Lan l 'hock KIiik
VVuliK Willi I'ny
h.crelnrj Uiiltvil (;hlliny Society.
I Consider the Source And Believe.
In tho westorn part of Massachu
setts a man had a fine stock farm.
, But a few wooks ago a fire broke out
' in the barn and buruod uot only the
structure and tho hay, but most of
the animals also. After tho lire tho
owner walked ovor the ruins. It was
a sad sight to see tho charred bodies
of his fine Jersey cows and his high
spirited horses, to say nothing of
the money lost with them. But at
the end of the barn ho saw a sight
which touched him more than all
tho rest. Thero sat an old black
hen. He wondnrcd that she did not
move her head to look at him ns ho
came near her, but he thought he
must bo aileert. Ho poked her with
his en no. and to his surprise the
wing which ho touched fell into
ashes. Then he know that she had
lteeu burned to death. But out from
under her wing came a faint little
Deep, and pusliint' her aside with his
I cane, tho man fouud what do you
1 think? ten little live yellow chick
ens! The poor hou had sacrificed her
owu life to save them, and had held
her place in the fire, as Casabiauca
hold his on the burning deck, That
sight touched tho mnu moro than
everything else. The Church man,
Bpltting Berponta of Africa.
The African explorer, V. Hoehnel.
. .Il'ttltl I
fin 111a Vfivntrn In l.nun Ifmmmli mill
t '- " rf "O " --...' .,-- ...
I tstephauieeucouutered one day, after
n tong rainy spell, rolled up in a
i, ,,,,,". ,,, ' ,J . . ,,,,,1. ,i .
K?r.m,r of. tlL "MKOt ." which the
dishes ol the uiiiouitiou woro car
ried, a serpent of narrow girth and
about twenty sovon inches long.
His servant armed himself with a
long dirk to kill the serpent, but the
moment ho approached the basket
he fell back with a heart-rending
cry and covered his eyes with his
hand. Tho snake had projected into
them a tiny st ream of burning litiuid,
which caused terrible suffering.
Hoehnel came up and placed him
self In such a position that the wind
would blow the liquid imst his eyes,
should the serpent defend it'elf in
' the same manner it had done before.
As soon as the snake caught sight of
' him It lifted Its head and sipilrtod
, two drops of black fluid on his neck,
which, however, produced no burn
ing sensation on the skin. Finally
thebaket was overturned autl the
I serpent In its flight was killed with
' sticks, so that the mystery could uot
uo solved ns to the nature of its
Mndo His Suit in n Say.
Say Ati American now in Japan:
"Tint firnt Kuiitlouinu who cnllod
upon mo at tliu Grand Hotol, Yoko
hama, was Ah Shintf, importer and
tailor. Uo mndo an tmrly call, tJ:A
o'clock. Ho remarked outitlo tin
door: 'Mintor, mu camo incaHiiruon
suit of clothui. Alli'o sainco hot.'
'C'onio around ngnin, ploniio; 1 am
not tin vet.' Uu did. Called at H:'M
1 o'clock. Di'niriiiL' to eiieourin on
! terpriio in a fiiroin country, I let
1 him in.
i " 'Take incasuro now!' ho said.
'Go It,' 1 nipllnil, bocauno it wnA red
hot, mid tho .Jnpunono huh was shin
lug clubii through tho paiien, nlmtloi
and shutters. 'Mako suit i"2JAV lio
had samples with him In u valise.
'Suit ready to morrow iiiuriiiiig.'
And, true enough, it wai.
4,Ah Shin); Is n C'liiueno murchaut
who has douo liusiuess in Japau for
several years. He employs forty
three tailors, and can kvo sumo of '
our merchants many pointers on
prices and promptness. -Chimgn
Quoor Froak of a Drunkard.
David Galloway, a middlo-agod
mau, crazy drunk, attempted to cole-
hrato Christmas by juui)itiKdown
tho smokestack of a moving locomo
tive from off the bridge which
crosses the l'euusylvauia Itailroad
tracks in the Smil lisonian grounds
He missed the smokestauk, struck
the boiler of tho engine and rolled
out of the way of tliu wheels. Ho
J was picked up in a semi-conscious
statu ami sent to tliu Hospital, wneru
il was afterward fouud that ho was
only in a drunken stupor. He was
locked uu until he sobered uu. when
I ho was allowed todopart.--irWii'n'-
Tbe Whistling Tree of Nubia.
A speuies of acacia, which grows
very abundantly in Nubia und Sou
dan, is also called the "whistling
tree" by tho natives. Its shoots are
frociueutly, by the agencies of larva
of insects, distorted in shape and
swollen into a globular bladder
from one to two inches in diameter.
After the iusect has emerged from
a circular hole hi the side of this
swelling the opening, played upon
by tho wind, becomes a musical in
strument nearly eipial in sound to a
A Favorite Remedy for La, Orippe.
"During the epidemic of la grippe
Chamberlain's Cough Homedy took
the lead here and was muuh better
liked than other cough medicine."
H. M. Liangs, druggist, Chatsworth,
111. The grip is much the same as a
very severe cold and requires pre
cisely the same treatment. This
Humedy is prompt anil effectual mid
will prevent auy tendency of Hindis
ease toward pneumonia. For sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
At four hIhi minted bonbiiii,
At clulu Iid wanted kuiii,
At twelve mIki yearned lor nnvnltli".
At nlxtwn, humix yiiiu-y-um,
At eighteen ,diti becomes enagi'd,
I.Ike many other inli.ua,
And wanted npoony telu-a-letea
And in'ores and score of kUe,
At twenty she nan married
IIIk uiiMIiik, rich and turn
At twenty. two, nla, aim k'
she uiiiiied iillinony.
Kmutin t'tty Jimtiiitl
'I hein'ii not a place in earth or heaven,
i iii-rti nut a tuk to mankind kIvcii
Thiire'M nut a IiUissIiik or a won,
I'lieru's not a whlmier. joi or no.
I heiiiV nut a life, or death, or lilrtli
I hut bus a fealher'ii V eltfhl of worth
Withoitl a woman in il.
Job had Ida holla Ills mini to tl
rient bv l lin dire destroyer;
I he lilijdflril lent iv worse thttli I
orlleveluiid lm IVunoyer.
Notice to Consumers!
The new wnrk of the Ifatcaiian
Elrdrir Co. brlnp now completed,
unlive in hereby ylven that from
und after January 15th the Com
pany i prepared to supply inrnn
detrent 'lectrlc lljihtlnfl to oi
lumen. In (i few day the Company will
alun be prepared to furnhh electric
iiwlnr for power, and of which
due notice will be ifiveii.
The Company further announce
thai they are prepared to receive
order far Interior wiring and can
fnrninh fixture and all fitting in
ronwclion with new errlce,
I'rinted rule, regulation and
Company' rale can be had on
u))dieutinn to the Superintendent,
Win. 0. IRWIN,
l'HKMIDKNT H. K. CO.
KOK SAN KKANCISCO.
niF. ai bti:a.mhh ii-
WILL l.l'.AYK HONOLULU
Saturday, February 3d,
rim ru aiiiivk iiisr on
Thv uiidernlciird are now nrepsred to
linu ThrotiKh Ticketii from this City to till
polntx In the United States.
Kor further tmrtlcttlitrn rrunnllnir
rn'i;ni or raniiKV, appiy io
VM. tl. IltWIN .V. CO., I.'n,
lU.-i:t fleneral AgenU.
ASI'KCIAI. LUtllAKY OK HOIKNl'K
and llutlon In nowoimned lobtiidentii,
uuTUKSDAYH, Tllt'UBIIAYBsnd r5AT
lIltDAYri of each week, from '2 to 1 1 M.,
on the kucoud lloor of the foster Illoek,
Niiiiann utreot, over livejoy's ktore. Kit
trance by tlio second iloor, on the Ltinu
opitoslle end of Merchant street leadliiK
to the back mrt of the Honolulu 1'ouudry.
Hook lent out to resnonslhlu our-
ties In Honolulu, and when practicable, lo
rurililonts of the other Islands. UT.'-lm
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNER
SHIP. HMIK I'orAItTNKllHIIU' HKTWKKN
J. the unler-lKiied exUtliiK under the
II nil liuinu of Lycitrgini, Kerniiiide At. Co.
lias beau dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
I.ycuryus having sold his Interest In the
llrm to Mr. Fernandos, All debts due by
the firm will be paid at tho store of tliu
llrm by Mr. Kurnunden and ull debts due
to the llrm will be collected bv him. Geo.
L citrous resiM'etfully reipiest's his friends
to extend their patronage heretofore n'ven
to him lo his successor, who will continue
the business of t lie llrm on disown account.
Honolulu, Jan. 1'.', IsiH. ll lm-1 U
ALL ACCOUNTS DUB TO THK FtilM
of Yuen Keu Chun of l.ihiie, Kauai,
have been placed for collection with Mr.
l'aul Neiiiunnn. attorney-at-law, 314 Mer
chant street, Honolulu. N. Mouwar In
Mr. l'aul Neumann's ottice is authorized
to receive und receipt for their payment.
All persons indebted to said llrm'nre re
ipiesied to settle their uecounts ami save
costs of litliratlou.
Honohilii, Jan. 1A, 18:H. Wl-lm
ALL HII.IJJ DUJTaoAINHT THK Ho
nolulu Itoad Hoard In future are re
quested to be presented at the ofllce of the
Road Hiip'rvlHor of Honolulu on the 2Htli
of tuch month, otherwise they will he ex
empt from that month's estimate and like
ly uot to he paid for ouu or two months
after, lly order of the Honolulu Itoad
J Hoard, W. II. 0UMMIN08.
) tfifl-tf Itoad Btipervlsor. Honolulu.
i 'PHKUl.KVKLANDHIOYCLKb, KOHM
JL erly handled by King Hros., ure now
, exclusively in the bands of the under
signed, sole agent therefor, who has
iiiiuned uu olllculn Cummins Jllnok, Mer
chant stieei side.
II. K. WALKKH.
Honolulu, Juu. Jj, lh'.M. UIU-lw
WrKltKAS MY Wll'K, DINAH KA-
iml. has left my bed und board,
this is to t-'lfe notice that I will uot be res
ponsible for any debts contracted by the
said Dinah Kaiml without my written
order. J NO. KAIML
Honolulu, Jan. s, iwn. tUVJw
r-pilK CNDKKhlONKI) lb l'ltKI'AHKI)
1 to make all kinds of Tombstone Hall
Idks, Huiumered Iron Work, etc., etc.
Lstlniutes on uppllcatlou.
I nlon Bireet, at Hierlllii;'" I'uliit hlmii.
ALL ACCOUNTS HTANDINll 81X
months und over, und not paid by
the 31st of January, will he handed for
eollsotlon without exception.
, , , , N. 8. SAOHH.
1 Honolulu, Jan.'JJ, lti'JI. 'Jii-
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
1893 -xmas -1893
ts THE HOBS PKK8KNT.
DOLLS & TOYS
AT KPFCUIt.Y LOW rniCRK.
nOI,l-S Nicely Drested 3.V. and rt
D01.LS Better Dressed 1.
DOLLS Klchly Dressed $t.7A to 7.W.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
Willi everything to take oil' fl and
Doll Heads and Bodies
HOOK I NO UOltHKH,
TKA 8RT8, VA8KB, KTO.
a mcADTiri'i. insriAY or
Purses, Card Cases,
Our Children's Books
Are Kxccpllounlly Fine.
i Tflk- Head our CataloKiie and you
surely find something you want.
IltON I'ABSKNOKK TltAINH,
IKON KKRiniiT TltAINS,
I HON OAHTd,
KTO.. KTO., KTO. KTO.
Shamrock Linens !
I Imvo much pleasure in
advising- my numm-ouri d
cuts that I have received
advices that tho Sham hock
IjI.nkns have boon accorded
The Higltost Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at tho Chicago World's Fair
for Tahiti Linen, Towols,
.Sheeting, IMllow Linen,
Uundkurohicfi and Km
broidery. W. C. SPROULL,
Solo A uent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
To Close Out Consignments !
For the Hencilt ot the Kstnte of
Commencing on BATUHDAY, Decern
Imt full, 1 will sell a New Consignment of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The Celebrated ''Slur" Brand at
fCW per Half Doien.
Boys' Stilts from S3.S0 up.
lien's Salts from S12.00 up.
Men's Extra Pants from $1.50 up.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEV1NGST0N, Manager.
HAVE YOU TRIED -:- -.--
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
Avji inie returning HO Jockey
Pint, Label to S. KV1IKY
00., No. :!.', Kimj Street, will
be jHYRcnled with a beautiful
('iijnretle nr Uiijur Cane.
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Ksllmates l vi-n on all kinds of
STONK.CO.NCHKTKA I'LAriTKH WOHK
IOMCIO.TR A l'ISt'Ul.tY "VI
JOHN P. BOWLER.
I TRADE 1
V MARK C
dpeclnl attention Is called to our New
Christmas Goods i
- CouiprMug -
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Ladies' and dents' Handktrohlah
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
! Shawls, SHshes, Table Cover,
Neckties, Shirts, Etc., Etc.
I COTTON CRAPE OP DIFFERENT GRADES
1 Shirts, Pajamas. Suits,
Kimono Patterns, Etc., Eto.
! Fancy Porcelain Tea SetB,
Cups and Saucers, Plates,
Flower Vases, Etc, Eto.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Eatelopes,
Albums, Fans. Paper Lanterns,
Table Crumb Pans, Etc., Kte.
Importer of Japanese Goods.
300 Fort St., near Custom House.
Ml'T. 644- TELEPHONES -lltl.L 474.
P. 0. llox 380.
411 KING STREET.
I'erS.H. "Oceanic." Dec. 4th,
I.AHIir. VVBIKTY or
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Different Vnrletles and LnUit 1'stUmi.
I'OKOKLAIN TKA 8KT8,
Kte, Kte, Etc., Kte.
Low Prioes I
The iinderstKned oirers (or sale the follow
ing Beautiful Mock;
THE KINK HORBE
i tux roLi.owiNii makxs;
"Angle A.," "Josie W"
"Sally Bluck" und Colt,
"Yum Yum" aud Colt,
"True Blue" und Colt,
gwMT" Full I'edlurees of the above uau be
seen at Oreentlelu Stables, where price and
terms can be arranged to salt the times.
GreeuDeld Stables, : Kiplolaol Park.
W. H. UICKARD.
SOMETHING NEW 1
"le thero anything new un
der the Sun V" You will ask
yoursolf that question and the
answer is "Go to M. Gold
hkho'.s and Imvo a look ut his
New Patent Ventilated Under
shirt; light, durable and cool.
A summer garment that can
not he .-uirpahsnd; both in long
and short sleeves. Price 50c.
each. M. Goldhkho is tho
solo agont for Dr. G. Jaeger's
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
WILL COVKU TUN MAKEH AT
"Sonny Boy" Servloe, S20.
FINE HORSES FOE SALB !
TUGS. W. (iAY,
W ;'ui-i U Maimer,