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English Wsirdrobcs, IMnto Glass Front;
Mui'Iilctop Wash Stands,
Marblotop Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Kattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
liov.il Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
Etc., EtO., EtO.
THEO. H. DA
Nwaanu Street, : Near Hotel Street
IIAs J I'M RK.l'LIVLH IIV I.ATi: A III! I VAI.it
Itlrcet from ( hum' I'iiicm Moiiiiiaili (jiialdv ' Miperlnr to Any
iliinc '.w in lliniohilii'
K Choice Assortment of Christmas Toys on Hand
('iimphur Vimta hillnl Mifi Patent IhUrtlve l.nrk,
l.nl'til I7iiii.ii' ll'iiiiliwi Clinlr and Lounge,
lt null fnl I'tittmi ( hiifif Silk and Silk J In ml kerchief, Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches I
.Uit mi inn.. I a i hoice AMtrtiiicut of I'li-lnnercs, TwectN, '.c , Ktu.
Low Pi-ices a.ncl Good Et Guaranteed
IMI'OUTi:.. AND DKALISli IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll
Kew Gioils Received by Every
All Orders f.uthf.ilh attend to.
ulielKil mitt pneked with curt).
Lincoln Hum k, Ivinu Siiikkt,
HUTU TL..KI IIO.NKh .lu
LKVVIS & CO.,
Ill irOKT STUBET.
Importers, Wholesale I Retail (Iroccrs
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOrSK - CJOODS - A - SJECIALTY.
iMI.ANDl OllllKHS SlILKITKII.
TKI.KI'IIOSh 'i.' -
II. K. MrlNTYKE & BUO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New (i...,.- Itcci I veil Iiv l.vur) Packet frnlli the UllMeill Male- iilnl Killoie.
JItlCSlI CAUKOUMA - I'UUIJl'CK lY KVKHY STKAMKK.
All llnluix faithfully nituiiileil to anil llooiU )ellvnrci to any
Part of the I'lty Kit Hi:.
f.lMMl OlIUKUS .S(ll.l('lri:i), SATISI'AliTIOS GlIAIUNTKCD.
KAST i.'OKMJIl POUT AM) k'l.N'O HTHIJUTH.
VIES & CO.
p. . in i.n :i:j
Butter and Island Butter
Steamer from San Francisco.
natifaction L'liar.'intceil. Hand Order
Hit. Pout tND Alakea Stiii:kt.s.
-P. o. mix ;
f.W SlTl.sr.lTIUN GfAIIASTKi:i).
P. (). BOX II.'.
? 1 , ,
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize ut the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
St. bin, Oct. ", lii.
JUn, Mai i ri.a.k A Co., L'l.,
Honolulu, II. 1.
Ienr Sirt - V have mulled you n copy
of the llhilifliriiwrriil announcing the great
victory won li the .Mtr.rim-lli m ii As-o-rutins
with their "HAULR" llnitnl of
ASIIKl'SBIMU'Sl'H IIRKWINO A8H0
CIATION. I (SjmtIhI Itttftnlch In liliilic-Hemneriit.)
lit the Alihciicr-llneh llrcu'llig Aneia
.i i .1....1- ... t r i i
nun. iti niriinni til lllirivilllfll lillMliess
ciiterpri'i'. iitnl by using the hot mnturlul
produced In America mid Kurui-, cxchiil
Itig corn iitnl other mliiltcrnm or nrro
gntr. the illllerciit kind of the Aiih'-ucr-
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if!.-, I, .'VT. 11111- .ri'i I'liiv iiii inii.iiii' Willi
I., t .1 . I.. -...I I
lie iK'tter ttiiiicMii'nl w hen it i know n thn
me niiiereiii occri i'tiiiiiitch iiv me
hcner Ihfch Drew lug A-oclatlon Imil to
coiui-ctc with hundred nf Ihc mot excel-
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II III lll-HI,. "- 111 IMIII'I ll'ttl7l- Ill, 1,1,
tlinl no other concern hits received so
tnnti i-olnt" for the various c entlal mini
ltleol good heer contlrtil utiew the nm'
rcpiilittnti n- the Icailer of all American
beers, and Mr. Adnlplnis llii-ch can feel
proud over this rcult mi iltl merited.
B" Tlie above Is a Fac-slmllle of (be
Label or tbe " EAGLE" Brand which took
tft- In iirilerltii: thlii Heir h -ure to
!i-k for the llAul.i;' llran.l.
Macfarlaue & Co., L'd,
Ml"t-tf .I'lrnl fnt Itiiinilinii itliimlt
Dai Nippon !
The ahove Stole h reciUeil anotlier
ih'liil Invoice of
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Grape
iinliion, Tahle I civerH,
lleil I'llVlTr, llfmll,
i APs. M IIKI'.Nh,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN lillKAT V.MMKTY.
Uk- Illv.eelliin i:es,cctfny Invlle.l.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs, J. P, P. Collaco, Proprietress,
King Street Restaurant.
Corner King JH-jfifr & Alakoa Sis.
EyerythlOo Served Id first Class S:yls.
lluaril h the V k
f I .'ill
It will he ni.i'ii mi or it limit the tut
Ill.'-lm All II Mi ,v in., I'lup.
Hotel f Opposito
Straot, totrft Merry uo Round
Everything Served In Firt flats Style.
Simile Mi .il . j.i l cut -
i Mt III lii'Ki i fl Mi
Fowl Tlireo Times a Week
'liiiiihi. iiml llmr-ilii ut noun, .Siin-
1 1 ut iiH'r,
l!IIOl'K HI NO, Prop.
I 'ST.10UIS,M0. T
(Continued from 1st Page.)
ilossort. I had been to my music
lesson and on tlii way liotno steppod
in to sco Mrs. Warron. Several ladies
were there, and in tho parlor a poor
little boy, only ten years old, lay dy
ing lie had been crushed tiuder the
wheels of one of the sprinkling carts.
He used to drive it. May bo you have
seen him, Jean his name is IIol
brook. I know him and tteil to stop
him and talk with him sometimes
he was too young for such work.
Well, wo wore all talking it over and
I said that as he was so badly injured
that he would be a helpless cripple
if ho Jived, it would lie best if God
would take him now -Mrs. Brico
was thero- you know her boy has
never boon able to walk and ho is
lift ecu now she tried to say some
thing but could not and as she went
out I saw sho was crying. I am
sorry, I would like to go and tell her
so, but I don't know how. I thought
I would ask vou and Jean."
"Well, wo'il think about St over
night. How would it do to Invito
them over to spend the day, Jean?
Wo can send the buggy for them,
''That would be a good plan, 1
think, only I would wail a week at
least. Then when they come Dora I
can find a chance to make some i
casual remark about what a comfort
tho boy must be to her in her lonely i
"Yes; well, go on Dora."
"Hurt asked mo a few days ago to
marry him; t have not answered
"Do yon love him, Dora?"
"Yes; that is, 1 am not sure 1
ought to feel linppy but 1 am sad -I
look for his coming; I listen for
his steps, for his voice, sometimes I
cannot find any words to speak when
he is near. 1 am afraid -1 am afraid
I do love him."
Her father lifted her face so that
the lire light shouu full upon it;
thero was a troubled look in her
eyes and her lips quivered.
"Poor little woman." he said,
"don't try to turn another page in
tho book of tho future to-night.
Your happiness, my child, shall bo
my first consideration alwavs. and I
hope you will choose a companion
worthy of you. Ah! if only the
young feet will tread tho path that
the old would follow If youth were
not gone beyond recall. .My dear
little daughter, you are only a child
in years, 'ower young to marry yet,'
and at your age lovo comes without
reason; ago brings wisdom; in youth
we think only of the present; our
loves and our hates are not thought
of as airocting future centuries as
to the iullueiii'o our lives may have
upon tho heirs of tho ages who will
come after us."
"I don't quite understand, father,
1 do not see how my marriage with
Hurt can be of such importance as
to alfeel people centuries from
"I think father means to say," said
Jean, "that eery marriage is fraught
with great power for good or ill and
that while ho duct, not uuderesti
uuilo the value of trite and Miicere
love, yet one should always strive to
subordinate passion to rea-on and
choose well and wiMttv, much it fa
not one's own welfare that is wholly
at stake, life is so brief a dream, but
the future -the future with its un
born millions whoio weal or woe
wilt result from our wisdom or our
"Thank you, Jean, that is better
than 1 could have expressed it; do
you understand now, Dora?"
"Thero Ih something else. Love
must havo something to feed upon
or it will die. If Hurl has those
ipialities of mind mid heart thai age
improves as it does good winuyou
need not have any misgivings about
the future. 1 remember thai MUs
Mtllock once wrote: 'Love never
stands still; it must inevitably be
either growing or decaying -especially
tlio lovo of marriage.' "
All wore silent for sotno moments;
thou tho father said as ho bout over
tho fire and raked over the dying
embers: "My darling iiiusl be her
own star -her own destiny -I lovo
her too dearly to hay that 1 can give
hor to any man without regret but
1 also lovo her dearly enough to say
that whoever she marries shall al
ways bo welcome hero at our hearth
side and shall lie ai nearly one of
our own little family circle as is
Dora could not trust her voico for
speech but she roso and bent over
her father's chair and kisied the
dear lips that had inner yet given
her a word of reproof and then
silently passeil from tho room.
(To be Co ii I in mil.)
(Inod Pusturniie hv the nidiilli or enr. All
1 1 iir-M ttlll ln well-looked ufter
iiml kept III iiidilH:ki.
I II K HT.t.NIIAIIIl IIIIHI IliorriM. KTM.I ION
" 2STET T QR 0V E,"
Itceonl Jill.' in Honolulu,
Will iniike the si'iinim nt iIiIk Hunch until
Jul I, Irtil. TEltMri, .
IIi.m hi i-i kis : Coaled IHm, hlnoil hav, Id
hands hlith mill uuight U piiiiinht.
I'l niiiiin:: 'llnivennr," U "Ail
iiilnUtrutur," l, "RjmIjU'i llmiilltiminii
In." Dam h.i 'NiuwoimI," ruuuril :!).
Uf Vox lurther partli'ulur apply to
J. P MENIIONOA Kimoi.lie, nr,
c iiui ri;, iiiiiiiiiuhi.
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger aud Stevedore,
KMIMATi;s AND I'llNTIt M IS HV
ALL KINIlh OK WORK.
The Si-lir. ".MAUI MA I II"
Will mn reuulurl) liolueen tin port ami
Wiilalua, Kiinalhitia, Mol.iileia, Kenue
lull mid 1'ilillki mi the Mule! of litihil.
1 or r refill ile.,nppi. In Hie I aplliltl.
k- llliiuirii nl ollk'e of .1 S. Wulkei,
nvor .spreekel' Hank, Knrl ulteel. H't7 if
Every ilencriiition oJOII PlllX'I'IKtl
done at the UnlUtin Ojlice,
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
ST. VALENTINES' DAY,
FHJB. 14, 1894,
HV dn not no in or itrimtiiia out
Spectacle ami Kycglatiex, but we can
jit you at price in accordance, with the
OUK MNR OK
DOLLS & GAMES
IS YVKt.l, ASSOUTKl).
ii v Typewrite
The Klnijof All Typwrlter.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply or Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
Kzr Music and Books ordered by
And dnti't forLTt CASH I- the
h:iW of our bu-lntH nnd It nlunyi talks.
Shamrock Linens !
1 littvo much plcasttro in
uilvisin 111 y numerous eli
iMits tli ut I linvi) ruui'ivoil
advices 1 1 1 ut thu Shamrock
Linens have been itfconleil
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
ut tlii'Cliiciitfo World's Fair
for Tallin Mnrn, Towolri,
Slioi'tinn, Pillow I.iiiint,
Hundki'icliiHa and Km
broidcrv. W. G. SPROULL,
Sole Agent fur tliu Hawaiian Ixhiuds.
, SI'KIIAI. LIIIRARV IS NOW OI'BN
1 lu Miideiitnon Tl'lJSDAY, TIIUR8
MAV mid bATllRDAY of each week, from
'-' to I e. M., on the m'CoihI Hour of the rol
ler ItliMik, Nuuaiiii street, over Utvojuy'ii
store. Ihitraneu by thu t-eeiiuil dour, rm the
hum lending to the hack part of thu lliino
luluKouiiilry. tW Inrespmiiv to nmiieroiiH reoneits.
a trial A II IJ HI.Arih OKTHKO&oi'HY,
oiiti evening a week, free of charge, will he
Murlcd In the I. Unary Hull, ut conn us
twenty iidheiliiiiM huvu been reiulved. In
tending MiiilfiitH, plea-e notify the Libra
rian. IV I look it lent out to reNpoiihlble par
ties In Honolulu, mid when pinetlenhle, to
residents o( tin. other Islands. UlJ-lm
''PWO NH'KLY KlHt-
L ninheil Itoouis for
liuntliiiiiuii ut No. 4 Harden
to nit at No. i: Kit
iihiiinmiii btreet. Apiilv to
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
'PWO NH'KLY I'l'R
1 nlxlicd Itoouis on Li-
nun Kircei, iiiiosiiu iua- Mil)
Iff III street, about live mill- M&
utes' walk (nun Niiiiuiiu sin it ears. Ap
ply lit this nlllee. U'Lt tl
rp'o MI'K COi'l'AOKS
1 tit lent tin Nuuaiiii
street, hutwieli Vllieviird
and Nhiinl slreels. iilea-
Minll) loeated. I'nr partleulaiM apply to
T. V. ilOllltOS,
i'i".L'. .. KnrlMrett
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 Y.M.l'AIII.K l'li:i KS OK
I lliijiroieil l'rnpurt, loeated
III dlll'reut I'arUof thu City of
Honolulu; nil li.irtulns. Apply
lor full tiartluiilarii to
lllllJCi: A A. J. r.VRTWRIUHT.
fO .Thoroughbred Stock
V MARK StttisMW
A.invA " V
Special attention Is called to our Kew
Christmas Goods i
SILK DRESS GOODS!
Udlei and OenU' Handkerchief
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
Shawls, Hashes, Table Cover,
Neckties, tihlrts, Etc, Etc.
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, I'ajatttns, Suits,
Kimono Pattern's Etc., Ktc.
Fancy Porcelain Tea Seta,
Caps and Saucers, Plates,
Flower Vasos, Ktc, Kto.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Eaielopes,
Albums, Fans. Paper Lanterns,
Table Crumb Pans, Etc., Etc.
Importer of Japanese Goods
'Xn Fort St., near Custom House.
MfT. Ml-TELEPHONES -Bill 474.
P. O. Box 380.
411 KING STREET.
Per 8. 8. "Oceanic." Dec. 4th.
A l.tRlIK vamktv nr
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
01 DUtercnl Varieties and l.ntot Patterns.
8HIHT8, SILK HAKUKEKOHIKFS,
P01U1ELAIN TEA SETS,
Kto.. Etc., Etc.. Etc.
IiO"w Prioes !
411 -:- King -:- street
The uiidcrs'gi",l itln-rs for sale the follow
lug Beautiful Htock:
TUB KIN'K 1IOR8B
ANIt TIIR lOI.UIWINII NARKUt
"Angie A.," "Josio W.,"
"Sully Hlack" ami Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True Muo" and Colt,
IV Kill I Pedigrees of the above can be
seen ut (Jri-enllelil titubleit, where prhe and
terms etm be urranged to milt the times.
GreenQeld stables, : Kaplolaol Park.
W. II. KICKARD.
HAVE YOU TRIED -:- -:-
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
Any one rcturnlny f0 Jockey
Club Labels to S. KVBKY A'
CO., No. 614 A7ii Street, will
be presented with a beautiful
Cigarette or Cigar Case.
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
WILL COVLR ti:n ma rich at
"Sonny Boy" Service, $20.
FINE HORSES FOR SALE !
TIIOS. W. CJAY,
1 U37 :'m ,'. m iluuuuvr,
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid Inside of twenty
Forms a durable and elastic, not a brit
Retains Its gloss longer than any other
Resists the action of nclds and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, suitable for floors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground in
oil in paste form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is n solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
working of the varnish.
Does not darken white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can lie added to llneed oil and It will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted the bent
Therefore, Is the bet paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
Umu Li'coi, in every rcipcct in the
muni! niunner its you would linseed
oil, with thn elnglo exception tlmi you
tuny mid fully one-quarter more Lu
001. to tho mime iuuutiiy of pigment
limn you would of linseed.
In lining inetiilllc, Venetian red, the
nc)ircn, and other dry pigments, it is
iidvimthle to mix up the imint ut leiibt
one duy before it in to lie used, then
add a third more I.tvoi. and tho paint
will he found to cover well ami have
a good gloss.
NEVER USE JAPANS.
Where hard surface fitch an Hours,
stcpH, etc., are required use litharge
only, never use Japaiio.
LUGO!. MIXES WITH VAH
NI8I1ES and iiHuintH their working and Im
proves their appearance hut tiikv
HIIOIU.I) IIK UHKI) HAMK DAY TIIKV ARK
MIXKD, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may hu precipitated or tho mix
Tho addition of from i to J of Lit
em, to vnriiiidic deed not reduce their
luitro nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
mt IRWIN 4 CO,
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
Notice to Consumers!
The new work of the Hawaiian
Electric Co. bring now completed,
notice i hereby given that from
and after January loth the Com
pany h prepared to supply inran
detcent electric lighting to cut
lome.rt. In a few day the Company will
alto be prepared Ut fur nith electric
motor 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
fumith fixture and all fitting in
connection with new service.
Printed rule, regulations and
Company' rates can be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Wm. 6. IRWIN,
I'KKSinKN'T H. K. CO.
A KINK J.M'ANKSE bTBAMBIt
Hue here on or about thu end of Mutch
will hu despatched with Mulls and
l'ussungurii fur thu above
Port on or about
Kor further nartleulnrs reeanllin'
rasii;ii mm rreigiit, uppiy 10
K. OGURA Sc CO.,
'PUB WKKKI.Y IIULLBTIN-MCOI
X uiuuk of Interesting Reading Matter.
Islands, S4 1 niallhil to forln oountrli,ia