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E2F FOR FOUR
English Wardrobes, Plate Glass Front;
Marblotop Wash Stands,
Marble! op Dressing Tables,
Scotch Chests of Drawers,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chairs,
Rattan Suites, Pictures, Etc.
ltoyal Worcester Vases,
Royal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jugs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, Matting,
EtOM Etc, KtO.
THEO. H. DA
Nuuanu Street, - : Near Hotel Street
has j lib r itKi'i:ivi:i) iiv lati: auiuvals
Direct from China l-'iucrt Mountain (uullty' Superior to Any
thing Kvei Sold In Honolulu!
R Choice Assortment oi Christmas Toys on Hand
Camphor Trunks Fitted with I'nt-nt IWntiv .ocAvi,
hitrst styles Chinese Itiiiiilnni Chairs and fomnges,
Beautiful Pattern Chinese Silk itntl Silk- Handkerchiefs, Etc.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Always on hand u I'holee .Wortineiit of ('ii-Iiiiiiti', Tweed, I'Ao , Ktc.
Low Prioes aiaci Good Eit Guaranteed
IMI'OHTEIt AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll
New Gcods Received by Every
fV- All Order faithfully attend to.
snlleittd ami parked with cure
Lincoln Hlock, Kino Stiikut,
UOTJI TCKIIIONKS Mi-
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale k Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - IIOrSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Ohuf.rs Somcitu). pflf t0T Satisfaction Gi'aiiamkkd.
II E. MoIXTYJiE & BRO.,
IMrilltTKKS ANI HKALKHS IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New (iood' lleeelvid hy Kvury I'nukul from tliu Dislern htulnit anil Kurupf.
FIIESII - OAMKOKN'IA I'UODL'OE - HY - KVKItY STEAMEIJ.
All Order faithfully utlended to mid Hoods lielivereil to any
I'm of the I'll) I'ltllK.
Inland Omiikrh Somuitkp. Hatiskactiov Oimiiastrki).
KAriT CUKNCIt I'OIIT AM) KIM1 HTIIKICT8
VIES & CO.
I. O. 1IOX :t?.
Butter and Island Batter
ON HAND J&
Steamer from San Francisco.
.SiitUfiirtiou guaranteed. Iluud Order
Hct. Foiit and Ai.akka Stkekth.
-i'. o. iiox air
I'. O. IKX Hft
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
St. firts. Del. -'?, I8'0.
Mfbr.. Mai pari nk.V ('., l.'n.,
Honolulu, II. 1.
Dear Sirs We have mulled you n copy
of the (Ifahflhii'ucml ntinomieliitf the urrnt
victory won liv the AMit.rnm-Urii 11 .Wo
rtATioM with' their "KAULI'." Urtttul of
ASllKl'SKK-llUm'H IIUKW1N0 ASSO
CIATIOX. (fyeeiitl lrimtch In IWiflUumemU)
WiiRtitV Vwn, I'llli ti", ti.u, Oct. an.
Noiiward hnievrrlien made so gratifying
to St IaiuI ih.miIh iiiiiI o justly merited
ns the one given to-ilnv hv the I olumliliin
Jury of the WorM'n Pulr, eoiil.lltie; of eon
tioiwur nnil ehi'inlM of the lushest rank,
to the Anhcucr-lluch llrewliut Aocl.i
tlotl. Ily method of lllirlvn'led hiulnex
enterprio. ami liy iiiIiik the hct inatcrlnl
prod need In America nnd Kuroo, exclud
ing corn and other adulterant or surro
gates, the dlllerenl Mild of tint Anheuer
llil"Cli hrer havu heeomu tho favorites with
the American iieoi le, and hau now con
quered the hlgheM award in ever particu
lar, which had to lie cnuhlcrcd hy the
Comnihiun jury. The high character of
the nwnrd ulvett to-day hy tint Jurori III
he hetterumlrrMoodwhen it 1 known that
tho dltlerent hecr crjilhltcd hy till) All
heuer-lliicli Ilrewlng AiK'Iauon had to
eoiiiicte with hundred of the Mint excel
lent dlphiy of other hrewer. The fact
that no other concern ha received so
many imiIiiIk for the various t enthil utial
Itlcsof good liecr eonllriii anew the llmi'i
rrput'tloii a the leader of nil American
lH.fr, and Mr. Adolphu Ilit-cli can feel
proud omt thl rcultroiMlv merited.
VST Tlie above Is a Fac-slmllle ot tbe
Label of tbe " EAGLE " Brand which took
r In onlerlliK thl lleer
iikIc for the "lIAdLi:" llrnnd.
In onleriiiK IliU I leer h Mire to
Macfarlane & Co., L'd,
MlVtf Aiifnti fur Jlituttllint iIiihiIi
Dai Nippon !
The nlHive Store hn reeeled another
rilendld Invoice of
Per S. S. "Oceanic."
Beautiful Silk and Crape
I'likhliiiii. Tiihle t'overi",
lied t'overi., (Jouni,
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
IN (IIIIIAT VAItlKTY.
VA- lneetlon ltesiectfiill Invlled.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Mrs. J. P. P. Gollaco, Proprietress.
King Street Restaurant,
Everything Served In Fiist Class Style.
Kinglu Meiil i'iCi'iitH
llourd hy the Week .. l to
TflU It uill heiiitnouor about the Ihl
hl.'-lin AH llhi: A CO., ii.
Street, 4'?tJ? Merry rjo Round
Everything Served in Fira Class Style.
i Mm I lieku
Fowl Three Times a Week
Tim. chi) nnd llmrdiiy tit noon, huu-
llll lit Mller.
UIIOCK HIMJ, Prop.
FOB REAL BIMETALLISM.
American Commendation of a Cana
dian Proposal on Currency.
The Trlhune, Chicago, Kuhntorj .".
Tho British Columbia Legislature
recently passed a resolution praying
the Lioutonaut-Oovernor to inform
tho Socrotary of. State for tho Colo
nies that in the opinion of the Hottso
it should bo ordained by interna
tional agroemnut that gold and
silver bo legal tender to any amount,
that tho value of silver in terms of
cold be fixed, anil that cold and
silver bullion in any amounts bo
freely turned into coin at the State
This is gouuino bimetallism. The
Columbian legislators do not de
mand tho freo coinage of silver in
terms of half its gold value. Thoir
position is not that of Bland, the
crazy-horse crowd of tho Kockios,
aud tho cranky Populists of the
Kansas plains. They do not ask
that f0 emits' worth of silver shall
bo stamped in the mint as if that act
would mako it equal iu value to a
dollar 8 worth of gold. On the con
trary, inoy asK inai "ino vatuo ot
silver iu terms of gold shall be fixed"
by international agreement, so that
those who uero paid in silver money
might receive the samo intrinsic
value that they would have roceived
if paid iu gold. What they want is
that gold aud silver money shall cir
culate on equal terms, which cannot
be tho case unless tho coins are of
equal intrinsic value. Tliny know
that tho old ratios are ruled out by
tho march of events, autl that a now
ratio must bo established if gold aud
silver are to circulate on equal
tortus, each boing received on its
merits, and not requiring to be
buoyed up by tho other. This pro
position is an honest one, autl de
serves tho most serious considera
tion. It is one which any set of men
is entitled to mako autl to ask for it
a respectful hearing, since it advo
cates nothing whicli would not ho
right and fair to all, goltl miners as
well as silver miners, autl to tho
people of India, Great Britain,
Franco and Oormany, as well as
thoso of tho United States.
If Bland. Stewart, the Joneses,
and other silver men woultl advocatu
the hottest proposition of the Bri
tish Columbian Legislature a com
promise with tho "gold bugs" woultl
not bo very dllllcult to mako. At
least tho bimetallists would then
have a chance to do some good
work, free from the drag that has
been put on their movement by the
fellows who want to malm the cry
of "free silver" tin excuse for perpe
trating a rank fraud that would
stink in the nostrils of all honest
men aud women. They could work
as effectively atnontr the uold stand
ard countries of Ku rope as in the
United States, ami rally to their
support tho masces of the people
who believe iu sitter money but do
not want it to drive out goltl, which
woultl be the inuvitnhlo consequence
of adopting "free coinage" at a
theoretical ratio which is commer
cially imp ssilile.
The repeal of the purchasing
clatMo iu tho Sherman act of July
II, 18!K). is working excellently on
the public mind of Europe, mid es
pecially iu Inglnud. .Since the
United States Treasury has ceased
to provide a market for tho output
of the silver mini's iu this country,
the disturbance iu the finances in
England autl India increases rapidly.
If our foolish uiououietnllists would
subside to the extent of allowing the
question to rest where it is for a
while, tho United Kingdom woultl
issue an invitation to the Powers to
hond delegates to a bimetallic con
ference that might establish some
thing iu the direction of "mi enlarg
ed use of silver" in a way that would
not mischievouslv derange existing
values or favor a repudiation of hon
est indebtedness, Alauy symptoms
of a desire for at lion oi this sort are
observable iu political and financial
circles iu the British Islands, aud
those woultl become more pronounc
ed if tho thinkers of that country
felt sure they had the moral suiioort
of the musses here as well as of the
comparatively fuw who lmvu spoken
for tliM people. The Hilver miners
of tho United States never have
been able to sell their silver for
more than it was worth on tho gold
basis at tho time they sold it. By
demanding more than this they have
lost much of the market that other
wise would have been open to them
to-dnv. If they are willing to accept
the old condition, with as largo a
market as is compatible with u
maintenance of the gold basis, they
should say so to their fool friends,
tho silver munoiuetallists iu Con
gress aud out of it.
WILL RECOVER DAMAQES.
Uncle Bam Must Fay for the Soizuro
of tho Itata.
Washington, Feb. l.'l. -Tho mixed
commission which has been eousidor
inK thu claim of the South American
Stoamshiji Company against the
United States Government iu the
famous ltata eao rendered a deci
sion to-day. The commission over
ruled tho demurrer iuterposed by
Judge Shields, counsel for tho Unit
ed States, to the claim of tho South
American Steamship Company for
X'17,(XK) damages growing out of the
seizure of the Itata at San Diego in
tho summer of 181)1. Tho demurrer
wits based upon tho claim that the
soizuro was made with probable
cause aud that the ltata, being iu
tho employ temporarily of the Junta
(Jovornuiuiit, tin, hiuiquo Govern
ment of Chile itself was responsible
for any damage which might liae
been done to the company. All thai
remains for tho company to tlo now
is to iirnw the extent of the damages
sustained through tho hui.uru of the
Mrs. Umily Thorne, who resides at
Toledo, Washington, says she has
never been able to procure any
medicine for rheumatism that re
Hot os thu pain so quickly and ell'ee
tually as Chamberlain's I'aiu Balm
ai.il that she has also used It for
lame back with great success. ir
sale by all dealers. Ileiisou, Smith
- Co., Ageuls for tho Hawaiian
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid inside of twenty
Forms a durable and elaitlc, not a brit
ltctalns Its gloss longer than any other
Keslsts the action of acids aud alkallei
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 pntc form.
llrlngs out the real shades of the colors
nnd keops them unaltered.
Is n ootvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to vnrnlili greatly Improves the
working of the varnish.
Docs not darken white load or anv deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
itciiilrc one-third leis pigment than
any oilier oil.
Can he added to linseed oil aud It will
greatly Improve the linseed.
Can he thinned with tnriicntlne.
Hy actual tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, Is the best paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
Use I.ncoi. iu every respect iu tho
sittuu inuniier us yen would linseed
ml, witli Hie single exception that you
limy mill fully otu-qiturter more Lti
roi. to the sumo quantity of pigment
limn you would of linseed.
In ticiug melullic, Vencliuu red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint tit least
one d.iy licfnru it is to be ucd, then
add a third more Lwcoi. runt tho paint
wilt be found to cover well nnd have
a good gloss.
KKVI-:it UHE JAPANrt.
Where hard surfaces such us floors,
steps, etc., are required use tilhirgo
only, never use Japans.
I.IJCOl. MIXES WITH VAR
NISHES anil assists their working aud im
prover their appearance hut tiiky
Hllom.ll UK I'SKII HAMK DAY TIIKY AUK
MIXKI), olhcrwipo the gum of the vur-
uii-li may lie precipitated or the mix
The addition of from J to of Lu
coi. to varnishes docs not reduce their
lu-tro nor retard their hardening aud
drying and it prevents their cracking
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
Corner Hotel ami Nuuiinu tits.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
lUwIvnl pi-r K. 8. "Ocmnli!"
Silk Dress Goods,
l.iwli'i.' mill (Iciitu' Bilk Iluii.tkcrclilofn,
Grents' Sillc Bhirts
With I'oiir-ln-hiiiiil Tien to match
Wlinlfor Kllk KntrfH, pxtrn lunu'i IjiJIe'
ami Ui'iitk' bilk Kushci, till Htmileit;
JapanoBo Cropo of All Colors,
tli'utloimm'H Jiiimuoftu I'rcix Hhlrtx inmlo
iu Yokoliiinm pcrfii't lit.
Uutli'' unit (lent1 l'inuHlriiw Hutu,
.lili.iiie ChluuTca rirtu,
Jiiii.iiii'i'u Klnwer 1'otn,
l.ilille' Kllk C'lieniNe,
HnmlMiinuHlIk iiillt, Ktu.
EW .A. "ML E -tew
Tlu Hint Komi fur Infinite.
V lmvu u luro iiHortniuiit of
Wlitrli wunllcrat Wry KeiiMinnliU' Trices,
Waiohuli Stock Farm.
Tilt. TIIOIIOI'IIIIIIIUU hTAI LION
Hire, "Ilrjaut W.," koii of "Monday."
Will Im hreil to a fuw approved nmres,
TDK THOITI.MI HTAM.ION
Koii of "Speculation," IU".
iVIIIulMinerviin limited iiuinlierof muretut
V. Iinpilrc at
'H-lw W'AIKAI'II. MAUI.
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger and Stevedore,
KhllMATlIS ANll CtlNTUAtTM ON
A I.I, KI.N'liM OK WUItK.
Tin- Schr. "MAII1MA1II"
Will run ri-)iuliirl hemieii thh. port and
WiiIiiIiiii, huHiilhiipnl, Mokiilelit, Ki'iiwic
mil unit I'llillkl on iIik Miiud of Imliii.
I "or I'li'lulit, i to., apply to I In- t'nptnlii.
Vttu Imiuini at olllee uf J 8, Walker,
liver Hinii'ki'U' Hunk, Kurt ulreel. n.'7 If
IN & CO
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
His do not no in or grinding out
Spectacles and Eyegtatves, but vie can
fit you at prices in accordance with the
OUR LINK OF
DOLLS & GAMES
18 WELL ASSORTED.
ALL KINDS OF
Needles & Fittings I
Ikiniiigtoii v Typewrite
The King of All Typewriters.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply or Fiue Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
E3- Music and Books ordered by
And don't fomet (MH1I N the
haln of our Inieliiun" anil It nlwnyn talks.
The uinlcrn'Kncil olftrii fur sale the follow
ItiK llcautlful Stock t
TJIK KINK 1IOIIHK
AND TDK rOI.MWINO MARMt
"Angio A.," "Josio W.,"
"Sally Black" and Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True Hluo" and Colt,
MW Kull i'tillureeH of the above can le
Keen at UneuuVlil Btuhles, where price and
trrniH can he urrangeU to tmlt the tlineu.
Greenfield Stables, : Kaplolanl Park.
W. II. KICKARD.
Hokuleia Stock Farm,
WIM. COVKH TBS MAltKB AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, $20.
M FOR SALE !
TIIOS. W. GAY,
037 Jm-fi Ht Manager.
(loud l'asturiiKu hy the mouth or year. All
lion-en will be well. looked alter
aud kept in paddoukn.
TIIK HTANUAHIl IIIIKP TKOTTIMI hT.U.UON
" 2STXJ T O-R, 0"VEJ'
Iteuord '.':3.' in ilonululu,
Will make 'he hcukiii at tlilit Uauoli until
July 1, 1MM. THUMB, ..
1)1 m uil'TloNi Koaled IHNI, hloml buy, 111
IiiuiiIh IiIkIi and Height I Ha) pouudii.
I'ri'iiiiiKKt Hy "flroHVtiniir." hy "Ad
iiilniNtrator," hy "Itymlyk'u ilaiiulloniau
10." Dam hy "Nutwood," record JllHJJ.
l'or further partleular apply to
J. 1', MKSDONtU, Kitnooliu, or.
U. IIOl.Ti;, lluuolulii.
rpili: I'DltNITDUi: OK H1X IIO-IMH
X euiiipletn for hnUM-keuplliK, lui'lildlliK
a line upriuui inucKuriuit riauu aim a
"Sew Home" Hewing Mil' lilnc. Apply at
line llprluht (Milekerlin- I
No, (i3 llrretituhi ktrevt, near I'iiui'IiIioinI.
Notice to Consumers I
The new works of the Hawaiian
Electric Co. being now completed,
notice is hereby given that from
and after January 15th the Com
pany is prepared to supply incan
descent electric lighting th cus
tomers. In a few days the Company will
also be prepared to furnish electric
motors for power, and of whfrh
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,
l'ltKSIDKNT H. E. CO.
I liavo much pleasure in
advising my numurous cli
ents that I have received
advices that the Siiamkock
Linknh have huon accorded
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at the Chicago World's Fair
for 'Pablo Linen, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchiefs aud Em
broidery. W. G. SPROULL,
Sole AkciU for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Ml)T. M4-TKI,i:i'HO.NK8 -lt!.L 474.
1. O. llox SSO.
411 ICING STREET.
l'erH.8. "Oceanic," Deo. -Jth,
A I.AWIIC VAIIIKTV OK
Suitable for Christmas Trade.
Of Dlllercm Varieties ami Latest l'attermi.
BHIKTH, 811, K HANDKRHUHIEFS,
1'OUOKhAIN TKA BKT8,
Ktc, Ktc, Ktc, Kto.
Low Prioes !
411 -:- King-:- Street
A KISi: JAI'ANIJBK BTKAMKH
Due iiure on ur ahout thu end of Mareh
will he duiputuhed lth MhIU uud
I'lihseiierH for thu ahuvu
1'urt on or ahout
For further tmrtiuulartt ruKardlliu
I'uiisune aud 1' relht, apply to
K. OGURA Sc CO ,
CIAI'I'AIS WILLIAM IIAVIKH, KOU
J tliu pimt twelve )eum lu I'ouiuiauil of
Inler-Uliind hteiunerii, ollen. hU Nerviest as
I'llot to any port or IiiimIIiik in the
lliiHUllau InlurnU. lleM of refereinu'.
Iliipilre at iillhu of ,1. b. Walker, over
tipreekeU' Hank, I'url Ueel. t!J7-tf
I TRADE 1
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