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PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
S3T FOR FOUR WEEKS -$3
English Wanlrobos, Plato Glass Front;
Mnrblotop Wash Stands,
Marble! op Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining I hill and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
Uoyal Worcester Vast s,
lioyal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sels,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Serpens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
EtO, Eto., Etc
THEO. H. DA
Nuaanti Street, - : Near Hotel Street
HAS JUST ItKUKIVKD IIY I.ATB AIIIUVAl.8
Dlreet from Chlnu' Finest Moiintnln (Jiuillly1 feiujierlor to Any
thing Kvei Sold In Honolulu I
Choice Assortment oi Christmas Toys on Hand
Vnmphnr Trunks Filtrd with Patent Detective Luck,
Itatml Stylet Vhiuene Hiunlitio Chair and Lounge,
'ttenuliful Pattern Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchief, Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches 1
Always on linml u Choice Assortment of Ca-hmcrcs, Tweeds, Ktu , Kte.
Lo-w Prices slxxcX Good Eit 0-ua.ra.n teed.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
fjT ALWAYS ON HAND rj
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from Sao Francisco.
All Orders fuithfillly intend to.
snllnitrd unil packed with cam.
Lincoln Block, Kino Stiiekt,
BOTH TC..KI HONKS 'JIO
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Orders Solicited. CM t0 Satisfaction Guaranteed.
11 E. McINTYKE & BRO.,
IMPOKTEIIS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Hood Iteeelved hy I'.vury Packet (roin the Kuslcrn htule unil Kurnpe,
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE IsY KVEKV STEAM Eli.
All OnUrs faithfully attended to ami Hoods Delivered to any
I'iirt of the City I'll UK.
((Land Oiideiis Solicited. Satisfaction Guaiiantked.
KAHT COHNKK FOItl' AND KINO HTUHIJTH.
VIES & CO.
1'. O. IIOX .172
Satisfaction guaranteed. Iliiliil Orders
Uet. Fort and Alakea Sthketn.
-j. o. uox ai-
it Retail liners
I. (). IIOX 145
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
Sr. Uw. Oct. 2i, I.
Mkssrs, Maitarlnnk V Co., I.'n.,
Honolulu, It. I.
Itrnr Hirt We have mulled you i ropy
of tlit Wobr-Drtiwmit announcing the great
vli'totv won liv the AMirrxm-llfKi'li Asso
ciation with' their "KAULK" llrand of
ANHKUSKIMIUSCH MtKWlNO ASSO
CIATION. (&)tcM Priitch to dlolie-Demnerat.)
WnnmV Fmh, Ciiu-mio, 111., Oct. t
No award has ever been made so gratifying
to St. Ixnil. tvcople nnd so lii-tly merited
as the one given to-lny liy the Oolttinliian
Jury of the World's Fair, counting of con
nofsseurs ami chemists of the highest rank,
to the Anheuer-lliicli Ilrcwltii; AocIa
tlon. ily method of unrivalled hulnes
cnli'rprlo, nml liy ulng the best material
nroduced III America nml Kuroi, exclud
ing corn and other adulterants or surro
?ate, thedlllcrent kinds of the Atthctixcr
lusch beer have become the favorites with
tho American ihmi' le, and hnve now con
niti'ri'il the blithest nwnnl in cverv nartlcu-
lar, which IiiiiI to lie conldered hy the
Columbian jury. The high character of
tin nwnnl given to-diiy by the Jurors will
he better understood when it Is known that
the 1 liferent beers exhibited hy tliu An
liFUer-liiii'li llrpwlni? Aoclation hail to
connate with IninilritUof the moot uxccN
lent llilay of other hrowuti. The fact
that no oilier concern hn received no
ninny jxiltit'. for the vnrloui (cntinl itial
iticiof pooil Iwer conllriux nnew the ll'in'n
reitititlou ni the Icailer of till Anierlcnn
brcri. and Mr. Ailolphtts lluvh enn feci
troml over thN reillt o utlv nierlteil.
..T.- -S-T-.TI " "'jKiJ
tS" The abOTO Is a Fac-sloillle of Ibe
Label of Ibe " EAGLE " Brand wbtcb took
1. In onlerliiK thl Ileer In- ure to
nk for the "KAtll.l'." Ilratul.
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
WlVlf .iiirntt fur llmiiillnii htmut
Dai Nippon !
The uhove Store Ira received another
Mlfhdltl Invoice of
Per S. S. "Oceanio."
- lOMI'HIKIMl -
Beautiful Silk and Grape
I'llihlons, Tuhle Covern,
lied Cover, Uowii-,
1)01 I.I I- H. 8CAUKS,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN (1IIKAT V.MHIJTY.
n InM'llon Itopcctfnllv invited.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
King Street Restaurant,
& Alakea SU.
Everything Served in First Glass Style.
Ilouril liy the Week
Vfe- It will he open on or nlioiit the 1st
IJIS-Ini All JIM: ,: CO., I'rop.
8tree, 'ix Merry go Round
Everything Served In FIftt Class Style.
HIllKle Meul ., 'Ji Cent-
H Meal Tliikut . . i .A)
Fowl Three Times a Week
I'linidiiy nml I'liurxlny nt noon, huu
da nt nipper,
till liu UIIOCK HI NO, I'rop.
ENGLISHMEN AS LAWYERS.
Judgs Jetto'a Remarks nt a Banquet
At tho banqttot of tbo law faculty
of McGill College last eveuiug, re
ports tbo Montreal Witness, Judge
Jotte, In the course of his remarks,
referred to tho high sonso of justice
with which every Briton is so im
bued that it is known tintlor a nntno
which is not to he found in other
languages and is called "British fair
play," and in order to show that this
was not, ou his part, a mere couipli
in out fit for the occasion, he quoted
the following extract from a book
on tho "Groat Jurists," written by
Mr. Rodierre, professor in tho law
faculty of Toulouse, Kranco:
"Wo aro happy to pay hero a tribute
of sincere admiration to tho great
English nation, whose children
havo norhans less than wothouonius
of art, but who possess certainly as
much as ourselves the gonitis of sci
ence, that of poetry and eloquence
and especially tho genius of law.
We entertain the strongest sympa
thies for this people, whore tho same
mail may make princely liberalities
whoti nobody contests his rights,
but who will not hositato to make
immense sacrifices rather than suf
fer the least injustice. Everybody
knows the obstinacy of that daunt
less Englishman who, rather than
pay an iusiguiGcant tax which was
wrongly asked from him by an Eng
lish corporation, asked opinions of
all the jurists of tho three kingdoms,
making for that end innumerable
iournoys, wrote, printed and circu
lated a number of pamphlets; ap
pealed to all jurisdictions of the
laud, petitioned Parliament, and
finally gained his suit, after having
spout XtStKKI sterling, to obtain resti
tution of a sum less than a shilling.
"Let tit acknowledge that there is
to be found the principal cause of
tho success of the English people;
in this persistence, like that of the
Itomaus, which nothing can wear
out, which has favored the founda
tion of bo many colonies in all parts
of tho world, and which, at last.
gave England tho advantage in that
gigantic struggle which she sustain
ed in tho beginning of tho century
against tho first Xnpoleon. This
obstinacy, highly commendable
when it Is at tho serv'cu of what is
right, has mado of tho English a
people of jurists."
BLOOD THICKER THAN WATER.
Two Bravo Amorican Scouts with tho
British in Africa.
Tho big game hunter Coryudoii
has just returned from Matahclc,
and in an interview with a corres
pondent gave a stirring description
of Captain Wilson's fatal pursuit of
Lobengula. Ho spoke very highly
of tho great a'sistauce givou Cap
tain Wilson by two Americans of the
name of Biruan anil Ingram, who
no ompauied Wilson' party mid did
daring scouting during the cam
paign. Ho said: 'When Captain
Wilson's party was finit attacked by
Lobcngiihi'rt ecort, ho sent tho
Americans back to Major Forbes,
who was stationed on the Shangani
river, to get reinforcements. After
a most perilous ride under fire tho
Americans reached the Hhangaui,
which they found to bo rapidly ris
ing, and thoy had great dililc ufly in
swimming the ru'hiug stream. Dur
ing their ride they heard continuous
firing behind them. Tho arrival
of the Americans with the tidings
of Captain Wilxon's peril created
great excitement among Major
Korbes's force, which immediately
started to aid Captain Wilson. But
they were hooii attacked and wore
forced to retreat. Ou the following
night tho position ot Major Forben'rt
forces was so dangerous that tho
two Americans were despatched un
der cover of a heavy thuudorhtorm
to Buluwayo for reinforcements.
Tho Americans, after stealing
through the enemy's lines, rode al
most continuously at all times in
tho greatest peril, for three days
and nights until they reached Bulu
wayo. They were almost dead from
fatigue when they reached there,
but went able to tell their story
after a nbort rest. They were over
whelmed with attentions by the
lorcu at uuiuwayo, ami Immediate
arrangemeuts were made to send a
relief column to the assistance of
Major Forbes. The Americans ac
companied tliein back, ami when
they reached the Forbes party they
found them in a deplorable condi
tion. They had lost l'Jt) hors"8.
they had run out of provisions aud
had been compelled to eat horse
llesh, aud their clothes were in
The Doclarutlou of Independence..
Wasiiinotox, Feb. 12. To-day the
original copy of tho Declaration of
Independence was withdrawn from
public exhibition in the State De
partment Library, made into a roll
aud placed in a tin box for filing
with the archiuH of tho Govern
ment. The rapid fadiug of the text
of tho declaration and tho deterior
ation of the parchment ou which it
is engrossed from exposure to tho
light and on account of age, render
ed it impracticable for the depart
ment to allow it to bo exhibited or
handled longer. In lieu of the ori
ginal document a facsimile will be
placed ou exhibition.
Some years ago it was noticed that
the ink on tho original parchment
was fadiug aud it has been gradually
growing fainter Recently chemists
were called on to examine it aud
they gave the opinion that the full
strength of the ink could be brought
out again by coating it with a clioin
ical solution. But this experiment
was not tried owing to the fear that
the precious paper might be injured
in some way ami uImi because no
alteration or anything could be done
to it without the authority of an act
of Congrtti. It required an net of
Congress to bring tbo declaration
from Philadelphia to Washington.
All kind o Cummrrciiil Priutini)
promptly rxtvutnl nt loir rnton til Hit
Corner Hotel nnd Nuuanu Sts.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
Received per 8. S. "Oceanic"
Silk Dress Goods,
Ladles' nnd Gents' Silk Handkerchiefs,
Gents' Silk. Slilrts
With Four-ln-hnnd Ties to mntcli.
Windsor 811k Scarfs, extra lone; Ladies'
nnd Gents' rillk Hashes, all shades;
Japanese Crepe of All Colors,
Gentlemen's Jntmnese ('ret Shirts muite
in Yokohama perfect lit.
Ladles' nnd Gonts' Fine Straw Hnt,
Jnpsneio China Tea Sets,
Jatmneso Klowor Pots,
l-adics' Silk Chemise,
Handsome Silk Quilts, Kte.
ear .A. "ML E3 "tc
The liest Food for Infant.
We have n largo assortment of
Which we oiler at Very Reasonable Prices.
Waiohuli Stock Farm.
nit: TiioKocoiinKr.ti stallion
Sire, "liryant W.,' son of "Monday."
Will be bred to a few approved mares.
TIIK TROTT1MI HTAM.tOK
Hon of "8icetilntlon," irJC.
A'lllnlso.ervonllnilted numberof mnresnt
TsV Inquire at
tiVMw WAIKAPU. MAUI.
HnvliiK sold our Knttre Stock to
Messrs. Hoke & znr Oeweste
Our Slock will be sold out at greatly re
duced prices till March .'list next when
"lA .Ult.K" will cense business and bo
succeeded by the nbovu firm.
MRS, G. E, BOARDMAN,
A BPKCIAI. LlllltAltY IS NOW OPKN
iV to HudimtH ou TUKSUAY, THU IIS
DAY nnd SATURDAY ot each week, from
'i to 1 1'. m.. on the second Moor of the Fos
ter lllock, Nuuanu street, over lovejoy's
store. Untrmif o hy thu second door, ou tho
lane lending to the back uirt of the Hono
tW In response to numerous requests,
n trial A II U CLASS OF Til KOaU I'll Y,
one evening n week, free of charge, will bo
started In the Library Hall, ns soon as
twenty adhesions have been received. In
tending students, please notify the Libra
rlnn. ItW Hooks lent out to responsible pnr
ties in Honolulu, nnd when pmctlcahle. to
residents of the other Islands. Ul.'-Im
Rigger and Stevedore,
Kril'IMATKS AND CNTHACT8 ON
ALL KINDS OF WOltK.
Tho Sulir. "MAIIIMAIU"
Will rilll remilarlv belueen IhU luirl hii.I
Wnliiluu, Kawalhapal, Mokuleln, Keuwe
nul and Puitlki ou the Island of Oalm.
1 or Ireight, rtu., apply to the Captain,
XM- Inquire at olllee of J 8. Walker,
over Spreekels' Hank, Fort street. l7-tf
rpil AT TltAlT op PAHTUIIE ftl
X IjiikI Minikin); to thu K' F
tntii of Chan. A Mini;, deeeiued, Kl
situated In Pulolo Vulley unil
containing llin acres, more or i
leh for u term of yearn; the land Is en
elo-ed by u niilutuntlul fence. Fur parti
eumm appiy io r. a. buiiakI' r.ll.
Or, J. h t'ouil'lis.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VAI.UAIII.K PIKOKS OF
I Improved Projierty, located
In dlllTont Parts of the City of
Honolulu; all ImrnaliiN. Apply
fur full tiiirtliMilupM t.i
IIItllOK ,t A. J. OAUTWUIOHT.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
'PWO NICKLY FUK-
L uished Itooius ou LI-
llhu btreet, opposite Kua-
kl ill street, about live min
utes' wulk from Nuiiuuu street ears, A;-
piy HI IIUS UIUL'U. 1I.M-II
to let at No. l:i Ku
uhumuiiu street. Aniilv to
UVI-lw WILLIAM FOBTKH.
V of Four or Five Itooum
besides Kitchen, etu Ap
ply at tills Olllee. Isj.'-lw
'pVO NICKLY FUlt
X ulsbed Itooms for
(leutlemeu nt No. I Harden
I .1. DltUMMONDOFHAMOA. MAPI,
f I wishes nil claims nguliist him to be
presented on or before the end of February
for Miltlcmeiit. isll-lw
KU'IKH OF TIIIMIM'H ANNUAL CO It
J IsT.v ihlli and Ish.'. AiniU
VII '.'l liULLUTIN OFFHJK.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
We do not no in or grinding out
Spectacles and Eyeglasses, but we can
fit you at prices in accordance with the
OUR LINK OF
DOLLS & GAMES
18 WKLb ASSORTED.
ALL KINDS OF
Itaington v Typewrite
The King of All Typ-wrlters.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rickets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Pull Supply or Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
E3? Moslc and Books ordered by
And don't forset OVH1I Is the
basis of our business and it always talks.
! The uuders'gned oilers for sale the follow
ing iieautuui mocKi
THK FINK HOIIHK
ANll TIIK rOLLOWtMU MAKMI
"Angio A.," "Josio W.,"
"Sully Bluck" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True Blue" and Colt,
Full PediKrees of the above can be
seen at Urreutleld Stubles, where prlie and
lerms cun ue arraugeu io sun me times.
GreenDeld Stables, : Kaplolani Park,
W. II. KICKAJID.
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
WILL COVKIt TKN MARKS AT
I $30 EOH.
"Sonny Boy" Service, $20.
I PINE HORSBS FOR SALE !
TIIOS. W. GAY,
137 'Jni-5 8t Manager.
! Oood Pasturage by the month or year. All
tiorses win lie weu-iooKeit alter
aud kept in addocks.
TIIK srANIltUli IIKl.ll TKOTTINO KTAI.IION
" 2STU T CSr'SL O V E3,"
Itecord l-.'A'l in Honolulu,
Will make he season at this Itanuh until
July I, ism. TKHM8, $30.
Dk.m'iui'tion: Foaled 1HM1, blood bay, PI
hands high and weight 1IIKJ poundu.
I'KiiiitiusKt liy "Urosveiior," by "Ad
ministrator." by "Uysdyk'a ilanilltonlan
10." Dum by "Nutwood," recortl 'JtlHJi.
For lurther purtiuular apply to
J. P. MKNDONOA, Kaneohe.or,
C. ltULTK. Honolulu.
X eoiupletu for hoiu
OF SIX ItOilMH
eoiiinletu for housekeen iik. Ineludliiit
Hue Upright Chliikerlng Piano
Hue Uiirhfht CblnkHrliii. i'Tanii and u
"New Hume'' Siiwiuv Mai hlne. Aiudv at
No. n Itvrvtunlu street, near Piuinhhowl,
...i i . . ..
T lioroughbrcd Stock
Notice to Consumers I
The ntto works of the Hawaiian
Electric Co. being now completed,
notice is hereby given that from
and after January 16th the Com
pany is prepared to supply incaw
descent electric lighting to cus
tomers. In a few days the Company will
also be prepared to furnish electric
motors for power, and of which
due notice will be given.
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
orders for interior wiring and can
furnish fixtures and all fittings In
connection with new service.
Printed rules, regulations and
Company's rates can be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Wm. G. IRWIN,
ai-it PKK81DKNT H. K. CO.
I havo much plcasuro in
advising my numerous cli
onts that I havo received
advices that tho Shamuock
Linknh have been accorded
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at tho Chicago World's Fair
for Table- Linen, Towolu,
Shooting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchiefs and Em
broidery. W. G. SPROULL,
Solo Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
P. O. llox 30.
411 KING STREET.
Per S. B. "Oceanic," Deo. 4th,
A I.AWIK VAIIIKTV OK
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Different Varieties aud Latest Pattern.
SHIUTS, SILK HANDKKIIOHIKFS,
POH0ELA1N TKA SKT8,
KU., Kte., Eto.. Kte.
Low PrioeB !
411 -:- King -:- Street
FOR YOKOHAMA 1
A FINK JAPANKSK STKAMKK
Due here on or about thu end of March
will be despatched with Malls and
Passengers for thu above
Port ou or about
For further particulars reuardlnir
I'ussageauu I'reigui, uppiy io
K. OGURA &c CO.,
CAPTAIN WILLIAM DAVIKS, FOIl
thu past twelve years in command of
Inter-lblaud steaniurs, oilers Ills services as
Pilot to any port or lauding In the
Hawaiian Islands. Ileal of reference.
Imiulre at ollliu of .1. H. Walker, over
Hpreckuls' Hank, Fort street, utf-f
I TRADE 1
V MARK C