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PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
K& FOR FOUR WEEKS S3
Kiig;lisli Wardrobes, Pinto Glass Front;
Murhk'top Wash Stands,
Marl)lo(op Dressing TiihloH.
Scotch Chests of Drawers.
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
ttoval Worcester Vases,
Kovtil Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Ton Sets,
Decorateil Vases, Tumblers. (Jlasses,
Claret Jugs. Lamps, Screens.
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Etc, Etc, Bto.
THEO. H. DA
Nuaunu Street. -
- - has jivi i:kcki i;i
fiiruet (rum liinii' Klm-l Mniintiilii Jiiullt ' Siirior to Any
ihliiK Ki Nild In lloiiuliilii'
A Choice Assortment of Christmas Toys on Hand
( ainphor Tnnikt Fitted Willi I'ulent Ihtrcllrc .0-bi,
hitent iijte Chinem- llamhuu Chair and hwny,
Hiiiiilifiil I'lillerim Chinete Silk and Silk- Handkerchief, Hli,
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Alwiiun linml ii I'holre -ortnient of l'aliln-r, rweeiU, Etc , Etc.
Low Prioes and Good Fit 0-uctra.n.teeci
I.MPOKTKIt AND DEAhEK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.1
Fresh California Roll
New Goods Received by Every
All Order-, mirhfullv
ilU'lled nnd pHi-ked with -are
Lis'coMk Ulikk, Kino Stiiui.i,
BOI'H fL-EI JIONh'h aiu
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Stoamer.
ice - iiorsH - fjoons - a - specialty.
Islands Oum.hs .Somcitko. Jft Vf SiiisrAt-rinN (idarantkki).
II. K. MrlXTYKE ,: HHO.,
I il I'll 111 I' IIS AND IIKAI.r.HS IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Sew (Iih. Hhc.'Ivi-I hi I. very I'rti km from the Kalein Mlnle and Kurope.
N.ESII CALII-'DUNIA - PKODL'CK HY - KVEHY STKA.MKIt.
All ilnUr IhIiIiIiiIIv nlleiidi-d to and Ooodi, lellvrid to any
I'url of the 'It v I'lIKi:.
fii.ANn Omukhi Solicit tn,
VIES fc CO.
: Near Hotel Street
iiy i.atk miuivai
P O. HOX 71
Butter and Island Butter
ON HAND Ml
Steamer from San Francisco.
-MilfHi'tlon KUiinino-ed. I'lund Hrder
Hut. Tout ani Ai.akla Strlets
I'. U. HOX '."7
I. O III IX IV.
AND KINU tfl'HEETn.
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
EAGLE" Brand Beer
St. l.oet. tvt. v. iwu.
Mikm, Mu rvw xk.V Co., lp.,
llotinliilu. It. I.
bear Sin -Wo have mnlli-d vnu i cnnv
of the (llubftltmoemt ntinoimoliii: the jtreat
victory won hy tlm Asim-un-Uin n Ao. .
curios with th.-lr eaiiLE" Iiwn.l r
. .. JP'HV'r.1.!.
(Sprcinl Ihtjxilrh lo UlohfltfinnrtHt.t
WoWl I air, ('iihmiii, Ii.i,, Oct
Nnnwsnl l'aeverleen made o justifying
to St l.nui imiple ninl "it Justly merited
o,tlit-i'iH- Kivi-ii to-diiv 1 1) ihe i oliiiuhlan
Jury of the WnrM' 1'nlr, cnultlti; of con
nofcur ntul ehcinl-t nf tin, lilghefct wnk,
to ilm .niii-uer-iiiiTii nrewiiu; .M-ia-lion,
lly ineilitM of unrivalled linlne
cnterprle, nml liy ii"ln the bel material
produced In Aini-rli-a ninl Euroc. exclude
ItiR cum ntul other adulterant or urm-
fnle. thedlUVrent kind nf the Atiliou-iT-litch
hei-r hnvt- heroine tin1 favorite with '
the Anii-rlciii i-eotdn, ninl hnn now eon
ipiered the lilirliet award In every particu
lar, nnii'il nun Hi i-ii i-iiii-miTVii ill- iiie
Coltiinhhin Jurv. The hlcli elmrni-ler nf
the sward jjlven today hv ilm Juror will j
be iM-tter iindcr.tond when It l known thai ,
the dlircrcnt hew exhibited hy tho An
Ii-ucr-lliit-li llrewlng A Inllon Irn.l to
conictv with hiintlrerof the niol exi-el- '
lent oiMunt 01 oiner nrewer. ine met
that no other concern lin received o
many point lor the v.irlnu ccutlal nual
ool lieer counriiiH unew the llrmN
on a the leader of nil American I
leer, nnd Mr. Ailiilitlm ltuch can feel
( proud over thi
rellltolU"II merlled. i
taT The above Is a Fac-sltollle o( tbe
Label of Ibe " EAGLE " Brand wblcb took
M In onleriiii: ihl lln-r li -on- to
!ik tor Hie KAULE" llrnml.
' Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
I -HVIf Aiinit fur lliiiinliHit ilitwti
Dai Nippon !
T Mi T T
Ml MpM ! 11
almve Store Ii a rrci-lvi-d iiiKMhrr
SplniKlIil IiivoIi-i- of
1 1 J
Per S. S. "Oceanic"
Beautiful Silk and Grape
CiiiIiiti, Tulilt-1 'over,
llixl I'llViT". liouua.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN UHF.Al VAHIETY.
Ufc. lu-C(-tloii llen-i'ifiill.t Inviii-d.
uAiui ci.i i.n.. du.l .
iivici .iui iniuuKiuii oiuim
Unn I D D nnllnnn Di,An5f,n
! UllOiO, r, 1, uuiiautf) riUUuCllCoOi
'. Chinese Engine Co. No. 5.
Al THL UKiH'I.AIt ANNl AL MEET-
liiK of thu t'hine.o Engine Co N'o. ;,
I !'i"''l i'V ,!"''.r. '"V"iV" ,,"",,k,, ,,"','' "'
1 lira Al hint., tho follnuiliK pentliuneii wore
declorcd dulv el.-.-n-i a nillerr i the
( linie-e MiKimi . ". Inr the on-iilmr
I'llllML' K I III
Ul .UilMilIU I'iiu'iiuiii rci-li-i-leif
.". I ook Yi-e
2d Ailtnut Foreiiim:
Trt'iuuri-r, re i-li i-ieil
-ei-reliir) hilii-e Eli-im- I'd. No. 'i.
United Chinese Society.
AT THE ItEl.l'LAH MEF.'IINU OF
Ilm I'nlli-d t'lilno-e Sui-letv held on
the litiln of Jnimurv A I), lvi'l. the fol
lowing were ili-i'hired tul eleeli-d tt Olll-
eer of the eorporiiiion for the niiulin:
I hiiiiK Kim
I. mm rhnnk hliin
Wnni! With Foj
A-ltiiNI 'I iinimirer
01 1 A NO KIM,
Secrelurv l.'nlled Uhlnee rioelel).
T uoui'Cm i
Soak or Avoid Fersplratlon.
The health code of the average
Italian may ho summed up in two
maxims, "Sook pcrnpirat'ou when ill,"
and "Avoid perspiration whon well.''
As illustrative of their horror of
perspiring an incident occurred a
few weeks ago in Florence. An
English lady was walking down t ho
Lung Arno, when she missed her
purse. The suspicious moveuiouts
of a man in front made her hasten
her footsteps and boldly demand
the stolen properly.
Too amazed to refuso, the thief
actually handed over the purse be
fore starting off at a good, round
pace. Indignant at such broad-day
robbery, tho lady stopped an elo
gatitl.r dressed gentleman and in ex
cited tones began to pour out her
grievance. Merely waiting to hear
"That man stole my purse," tho gal-
" .... ,. , ,unul" " l , ,u11
promptly took to hw heels. As
j nu i iiaiiau rusucu at mo unci, wno
streets are scarce on Lung Arno they
had a good run ere the thief could
dodge his pursuer. The afternoon
sun of a late spring day did not help
the polite Florentine to keep cool,
so, red-faced aud out of breath, he
slowly turuod back to meet the
English lady with profuse apologies.
"Madam, I am very, very sorry. I
did my best, your purse is gone."
"Oh, no," she replied sweetly. "I
have my purse. 1 got It back from
"Got your purse back! Per Baceol
What did you want then!"
"Waut; Why, 1 want iust ice."
It was too much, oven for nrovorbi-
al Italian urbanity, and almost chok-
, .., II. t , i
'nK wt sudden wrath, ho gasped
out: "Justice! To think 1 should
,aVe ruu myself into a perspiration
,,. t,.t :..v' ir.,i w.i.i: n'... ;....
lr jllltufl -htlU hieltt U,ihhiij.
Evil Nautical Omens.
Mermaids work dire mischief,
trlwiilw.r ! ilm li-ni f !,.. fm..,.i.M
r ,...,it ..r ,i... m.: .. t ...n..
""" '""ul '" miiiiu;
rit.-n im nnuuris auu are siiiiiuuiiiu.i
regnnfed a the sign oi coming dii
atur. Naturally many terrible acci
ileuts have followed tho discovery of
one of these beautiful creatures, aud
as people are always waiting to put
cauae and effect together, the roult
has lueu thi lielief.
A xuilor alwayit regards tho pre
nonce of a shark about a nhip a most
fatal onion to tho sick on board.
Oho.xta of all aorta aud kind pro.
J fer traveling by water to aliuo.it any
other mode, aud our own Cotton
Mather tells us of a snecter that
visited a colonial ship, carrying off
inn ghostly cauoo seven of the crew
i ai n time, tie aiso says: .uauy per
sons who have died at m-a have been
seen within a day of tln-ir death by
frieuds at home. '
Tle-re is a Miperstitiou that a ship
no longer seaworthy, just before
i breaking up between the stratus of
wind aud wave, lias ln-en known to
ive forth wailiui; sounds like moaii-
g. Xlie sailor cannot account for
tins, inn lie Knows too well us im
port, aud loses heart al the melan
choly sound. This is also noticed
by Cooper in his"ed Hover," where
one of the diameter is made to say,
A !.!.. .. I.I..I. ! f.l...i.l l..ul..l. ...!.....
Bnlf-Donlal of tho Indian.
The Indians are a patient and
,";, , ",.". i v iinu iii-uon iHiiow-oiKineii loiuiienm,
clauuish people; their love for one ouTt'EHliAYri, THUKHiiAYSnud SAT
I another is stronger than that of any HHHAYb of i-acli w,-uk, from -i to i y. m.,
civilized people 1 know. If thin
llllly.xl iiiidiiIk I bnnvv If tliln
inizeii iieopie i Know. ii tins
liot so J behove there would ' trnn.e hy ihuinvoiid ilimr. on the Unu
Ihjoii tribes of cauuibals among opHjhlt end of Men-lmnt utrcct Ii-iuIIiik
. ft ft fe ia iLl. Ift..l ..hA Swt ilia tfjftftht.fttft lHaft .!
them. While people have been
known to kill and eat their compan
ions in preference to starving, but
Indians never, in times of famine
the adults often denied themselves
a fair meal in order lo make the
food last as long as possible for the
children, who were not able to bear
hunger as well as the old. As a poo
iile they can go without food much
longer than any other nation.
I once passed through one of those
l.nl o..r.'....u ...I..... ..... I. ...I ...,,I.I....
hard spnugs w heu ve had nothing
to eat lor several duvs. 1 well re
member the six small birds which
constituted the breakfast for six
families one morning, and then we
had no dinner or supper to follow
it. What a relief that was to me,
although 1 had only a small wing of
a bird for my share. Soon after this
vve came to a region where buffaloes
were plenty, aud vve soon forgot all
the suffering vve had just gone
through. St. Xfchuttt.
Much Like a Man.
The Kulii Kamba is more like a
huiunii being, according lo Professor
Garner, thau any other nuiiiial. The
principal difference between the
physiinl organization of a human
being and a gorilla, according to the
same authority, is that the spine of
the gorilla in not so regularly joint
ed as that of a man. some of the
( joints having seemingly gone into
i pariiiersum. iiie ui loronce. or to
nut it uiorofiuoh tho distinction,
between the chimpanzee and the
Kulii Kamba is still a matter of con-
I lecture, Professor Garner says, as
' he does uot possess a skeleton of the
Run Kaniim. skeletons of gorillas
and chimpanzees are the same to
I ','"1 m n varied collection of oipes
are to some men, and he expects lo
be just as well supplied with the in-
imiiiu.1.. r..,.,ni..u ,,r If ..I., l.-...l.
"""""I" reuioniB of Kulii Ivambas
""" ') naviug oeeu in Airica
on bcieutillc exoloratiou bent, he
naturally intends to go again. The
Afrieau fever seldom leaves a man
upon whom it has once taken a grip.
-I'all Mull lludget.
How to Curo La Grippe.
About a year ago I took a violent
attack of la grippe. 1 coughed day
nun iiikiii nir aooiii six vveeKs; inv
wife then suggested thai I try Uliniii-
, berlain's t'migh Hemedy. At first I
I could nee uodiirerence, but still kept
I taking it, and mioii found that it was
what 1 needed. If I got no relief
from one dose I took another, and it
i was only a few days until I was free
from the cough. 1 think people in
general ought to know the value of
tins remedy, and I lake pleasure in
acknowledging the benefit I have re
ceived from it. Madison .Mustard,
Ottmj, Ohio 'Jii and GOcout bottles
for sale bv all dealers. Uenson,
Smith Co., .tgeutH for the llawui
Notice to Consumers!
The new work of Ihe Hawaiian
Klrctrle Co. bring note completed,
notice Ik hereby ulren that from
nnd nfter January loth the Com
pany I prepared to supply inc.aw
deteent elevtric lighting to ctut
foment. In a few day the Company trill
alto he prepared to furnlth electric
molorn for power, and of which
due notice will be given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
order for interior wiring and can
furnhh fixture and all fitting in
connection with new ervlce.
Printed rule, regulation aud
Company' rale can be had on
application- lo the Superintendent.
Wm. 6. IRWIN,
PUESIDKNT H. E. CO.
Steamship Co !
FOR SAN MtANClSCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
" AlKTRAl I A '
V U O L 1.Lj M. JX.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
Saturday, February 3d,
ii pk no- uiiivk ronr u
The undernlKned arc now prepared to
Ih-uu ThrniiKh rickeli from thi I'll)' lo ull
Milnt In tbu United Ktalvii.
For further lutrtluulart reKurdlun:
Fn'lKhl or PnnKe, apply to
WM. 0. IUWJN .v :o., L'p,
A SI'EOIAL LIIIKAIIY OF riOIENl'E
V and lli-tlon liiow'oiuiied toStudentii
' "n ,M' ',,'t'"l" eor or tlio l-oler IIIOOW,
v,,,,,,,.,, ...,. ..,., . ,......,. ,,.. !..
lo t lit) luii-k piirt of the Honolulu Foundry.
Ilonkn lent out to reinoiiollilt nar. !
linn In Honolulu, and when practicable, to
rcldinl of the other IhIhikIi. UM-lm ;
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNER- '
'PHE rOI'AHTNKHSIHP HETWEEN i
X tliu mi lornlKiieu exlatlui; iiiulur the
llrui iiuiiiu of LycurKU, IVruniiilx tt Oo.
Inn- hc-cn illHiiilved hy mutual eonent, Mr.
LycurKU having old hi Interent In the
"" vo .ir. rurnuiuii-. -n ueui iiiiu oy
, ,hu ,lrm Hm i W,i at t ton, of tho
Ilrm hv Mr. FornandeH uiul all ilelitu iluu
to tliu Arm will bn collwled hy lilui. Oeo.
Lycurnus reniiectfiilly reipu-ht hU friend
to extend their patronage heretofore given
to hlui to his Miivexsur, who will continue
the huliieof thcllrinnii hU own account.
Honolulu, Jim. 1'.', IWI. 131 liu-l It
ALL ACCOUNTS OUE TO THE KIHM
nf Yuen K.cc Ohan of I. Hum, Kauai,
huve been placed for collection with Mr.
Paul Neumann, attorncy.ut-lavv, 314 Mer
chant Htrt-et, Jtouolulil. N. Monwar In
Mr. rum euiuauii' omeo In authorlzeU
to receive and receipt for their payment,
All iMirMin Indchti'
iHirMim, umeoieu in sum arm uru re-
iUuxtcd to settle their aceoun'u and on re
il Hunted to settle
costH of litigation.
Honolulu, Jan. Ift, iHit. Tui-in,
ALL UlLLH HOLAOAINKTTHi: Ho
nolulu Itoad Hoard In futuru are re.
quiiNtml lo he pre-enled ut the otlleo of the
"t each month, otherwl-e the will be ox- -
' ?'."Vi !T.M!lBVSS,,i',f.?i,L""!?i!!Kfc I
,d Kup-rvuor of Honolulu on the until
IMII-ll llllllllll. Illlll.rU'lwM tllMl U'lll l.A ..V-
Iv not to be until for one, or two month
after. Hy order of the Honolulu Jtoad
Hoard, V. H. OUMM1N08.
W-U Hoiid Suporvlnnr, Honolulu.
'pil E CLEVELAND lilOYULEi, FOHM
X erly handled hy Kill); Hro., ure now
exclui-lvely In the liuudu of the under--.lulled
, sole aueut therofor. who has
opened un otlleo In Cumiuln lllock, Mer
uuiillt Htreet sfdo.
H. E. WALKEH.
Honolulu, Jan. '2b, Ih'.il. HIO Iw
WHIEUEAh MY WIFE, IllNAH KA-
t .ii. .inn icii in j uiu mm uuurii, '
this U to xive nutlet, Unit I will not be n- I
poimlhle for any deht eontraeted hv the '
fiild Diniih Kid in I without my written
V lllll, IIHIl
l.if. .!.. ln.l .....I I .l I
llnnolulii Jan. H, isill.
'PUE IJNUEKHinNEU IS I'HEI'AHEI)
1 lo iniika all klinU of Tomhxtoue Hull.
IiiK, lluiuuicred Iron Work, eli'
l.stlnmlH on iipplli'iitlon,
I'lilim Htieet, at Hterllnc'ii Paint Shoii.
'r.'O If '
ALL AlTOI.'.STn bTANHINu SIX
moiithi, and over, and not paid hy
the ;ilii of January, will be handed for
collection ltln.nl t exeepllou,
, , , N. H. HAOHH.
Houolulu, Jan. VM, lb'l. y3H-lv
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
1893 -XMAS -1893
18 THK IlOSfl PKEHENT.
DOLLS & TOYS
t arret u.i.y low rwcr..
DOLLS Nicely Drewd 3V. and TA.
1)01,1.9 Bettor I)reed $1.
DOLLH Itlchly I)reed $1.TA to 7.Wl.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
Willi evervthlng to take nn"fn and
Doll Heads and Bodies
' DOLLS' KUKNITUItK,
TEA 8ET8. VA8EH, ETO.
A BMCTirUt DlSfl.W or
j Pursps, Card Cases,
9i OTiirn !
! Leather Goods. !
Oar Children's Books
Are Exceptlonallv Flue.
TE Head our CataloRiie and you will
surely find oiuethlng you want.
! IKON PA8SEN0EH TltAlNS.
I HON FKEKIHT THAINS,
BTO.. ETC.. ETO. ETO.
Shamrock Linens I
1 have much plon.suro in
advising my numerous oli
ents that I liave recoivod
adviccH that the Siia.miuiok
hiNENK lutvc been ucpordod
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at tho Chirii"," World's Fair
for Tahiti Linen, Towels,
Sheeting, I'illow Linen,
Haudkorehiefs and Km
liroidorv. W. C. SPROUU.,
Holo A Kent for tho Hawaiian lUnd.
To Close Out Consignments!
For the lleuellt of the Kittle of
1 Coiunu-nulni! on SATUItDAY. Decern.
herDth, I will hell a New- Consignment of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The Celebrated "Star" Hrnnd at
40.00 per Half Doten.
I Boys' Baits fTOBB S3.50 Up.
Men's Suits from $12.00 up.
Men's Extra Paits from $1.50 up.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINQST0N, Manager.
HAVE YOU TRIED -.-- -;-
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
Any mir returning HO Jockey
C'luh ImMk to S. Kl'HEY A
CO., io. iVt King Street, will
he prexenlrtl with a beautiful
Vigo relic or (Ugnr Cuhc.
Cement Sidewalks & G-ra
nite Curbing Laid.
INilnuttes kIvcii on nil kind of
STONE, CONUHKTE A. I'LAbTEH WOHK I
I TRADE J
V MARK .
CON( Mtn A M'HCIVUV -at
JOHN F. BOWLER.
f "x. y
s Tzf i v -x y
v ijjc v y
S)eelnl attention Is called to our New
CHRISTMAS GOODS I
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Udls' and Otnta' Handkorehitfi
(With Amerlran or Hawaiian KIsrs)
HIiawI, Hanhc, Table. Covers,
Neckties, Shirts, Etc., Kto,
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, 1'ajaniA, Suits,
Kimono Pattern, Ktc, Etc.
Fanoy Porcelain Tea Sets,
Cupi and Saucers, t'lates,
Flower Vae, Etc., Kto.
Chriitnas Cards, PaicyEaTelopet,
Albums, Fan. l'rtxr Lanterns,
Table Crumb Pans, Etc., Eto.
importer of Japanese oood.
2UTi Kort SL, near Cnrtnm House.
MlT. M4-TELEPHONES -lUl.t. 474.
P. 0. Hox 3M.
411 KING STREET.
Per S. 8. "Oceanic." Dec. 4th,
A I.VROR VAMKTY OK
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Dlireront Varieties and Utcut Pattern.
SHIKTS, SILK HANUKEUOHIEFS.
P0K0ELA1N TEA SETS,
Etr Etc, Etc., Etc.
Lo'w Prioes !
411 -:- King-:-Street
FOR, S-A.TiHJ !
i The uudern'KUed otters for tale the follow
! Inx Ueautlful Stock i
THE FINE HOUSE
VSli TDK IOI.LOWINO MANKN:
"Angle A.," "Josio W.,"
"Sally Black" nnd Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True Blue" aud Colt,
gtf Full 1'edlKrecn of the above can I
eeii ul OrruultclJ Stable, where urlie and
term caii be urranKcd to suit the time.
: Ktploltnl Pirk,
SOMETHING NEW I
"Is there anything now un
der the Sun?" You will ask
yourself that question aud the
answer is "Go to M. Gold
heho'm and luivo a look at hid
New Patent Vontilhtod Under
shirt; light, durable and cool.
A summer garment that can
not ho surpassed; both in long
and short sleeves. Price 60c.
each. M. Goliuieho is the
solo agent for Dr. G. Jaogor's
HOkUMa StOCk M
WILL COVEH TEN MAKES AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, $20.
FINE HORSES FOR SALE!
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