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KwongSingLoyf SING LOY,
Mir fill 8t "Thonii Block." i 81-53 lint St.. our iiuoit.i Si
Hutu! Tele. S3) p. O. Box 207. i Hataal Tele. 68b P 0. Box 201.
2 BIG STORES 2
Just Received Men's and Boy's Suits !
Colored Tweeds 7 CO
Diagonals 7 HO
English Serge 0 00
Boy Suite (elegant) 0 00
Chinese, Japanese and Indian Goods !
rA Complete TAILORING- ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
411 NUUANU STREET.
Importer aid Dealer in European Dry and Fancy Goods
Ladle?' Ware ol every description. Also, fresh line ot Clilnere Goods.
Pongee & "Wliite Silk. Fajaxxias
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Best Black and Green Chineno Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
Cf Kit Guaranteed. Trices Moderate. "
war 3ia-biil Teleplione 542
Mutual Telephone E
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Frain California Roll Batter and Island Butter
gT ALWAYS ON HAND J3
lew Goods Hecelied by Every Steamer from San Francisco
gtf All Ordera (althfally attend to. batUlactiuii guaranteed Island timers
allotted and packed wltli care.
Lincoln Block, Kino Strret, Bet. Foht and Alakka Stbectn.
BOTH THLHPHONKB 240
LEWIS & CO..
Ill FORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale A Retail Grocers
Pro? iiion Dealers & Naval Supplies
Froth Gooii by Bf ery California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY .
I'LANDR ObDEBS SOLICITED. jf$ $W SATISFACTION OOARANTEKD.
TMLHPUONI W P. O. HCIX MS
H. E. MoINTYRK & Bltf).,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New (loodi Received by Every Psiiket (rum ttir EiHiaru Hlatm and Europe
PKKHH CALIFORNIA I'KODUUK - HY KVKUV HTKAIf Kit
111 Orders lalllifully attended In and (loods Delivered id any
Part ol the City KRKH.
111. NO 0DIM 80UOITBD. .HaTIHMUTION fll"m HTSSft
AST OURNKR fOKT AND KINO BTRKKTH,
P. 0. BOX m
ro hi x -an
623 Fort Street, HonololQ.
will tell you
it !h the
KOR 8AI.K HY T1IK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agent for Ihu llnwnlltin Inlands.
10 to 20 Lbs.
la r-clentlflcally constructed,
beautiful lit appearance, and
In junt ti! mouths ahead ol
any otber make.
A pamphlet entitled ' H nind
Sense In Selecting a Cycle," and
"Oi.kvklami" Catalogues free at
the "Ii.icvki.am" A Kenny, Mer
H. E. WALKER.
10 to 20 Lbs.
WIELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 26 CENTS
chas j. McCarthy,
Commercial -:- Saloon
BARRY KLEMME, Manager.
Cor. Niliianil A llcrrtunla Sts , Honolulu,
Tlio Only Sportloft Housa In Town.
O. P. S. a Specialty
Lohengrin Lager Beer
Always on Draught. 2 Glasses fur 25c
lli-il ol Willi", l.lMiira and Uigurs
always on hand,
20 lbs. m
SXONE ONE-HALF GOLD.
Londonderry Find the Richost Quo
Yot in Australia.
AncLAini:, West Australia. Sept.
2U. A telegram from Coolgardio
S: Tlio theory that there wai
nothing to compare with H.nylov's
mino received a rude knock when
tlio Louilomlurry find leaked out.
hut even a greater discotory lias
just houn made known. One of tlu
Messrs. Dunn Hros. eaino in thin
evening with a camel load of quart z
from a nowly discovered reef, much
of tho stono being half gold. Tlio
roof is situated somewhere between
L'oolgardio and Lake IJarh'o, which
is lf)() tuilufl west by north from this
town, but any closer description tho
pronpootor rofiife.s to givo for tho
present. Tho ntono is diiroretit from
that of tho Londonderry, being moro
iroU'Rtaiucd. but it is otherwise of
tho satno class. Tho reef is lies
cribed as a very bold outcrop. This
is borno out by some of tho blocks
of stone, comprising l.r0 pounds
weight, which have arritud. Much
of it is overgrown with moss, with
iron stains showing groat blotches of
tho precious metal all over. Those,
hotvuvor, when broken show clear
quartz with very tnassivo gold all
luu reef has been named the
Went ill nf V.itinim nnil tluiu-a .nnrv
sign of doing justice to its coguo-
itit.n . ti ...ill. ta II t. ...... ..! !..!.
but it is very wide, showing about
thirteen to fourtcoii feet at tho spot
where tho richest gold was discover
ed, while tho average all through
tho thir'y-fotir acres jicgged by tho
prospectors is fivo feet.
Tho lucky finders are J. 0. Dunn
and Thomas Dunn, who originally
camo from liillgrove, bul have lor
years bcon prospecting on behalf of
n I Villi syndicate comprising Sir
Johu Forrest, Alexander Kornsl,
Mr. Marmiou, and a few other capi
talists. J. C. Dunn's plan of work
has always been to strike out into
fresh country and he lias proved
several good reefs in his lime.
Tho locality of the present find
had been visited previously by .Mr.
Dtiuu, who once camped within live
miles of the find, but failed to dis
cover the reef, although within such
n uluirl illkl.iiii.ii Mm. if dm li!..i...ai
blocks, called Honest .John, weighs
lf0 pounds and is nt leant half gold.
It has been carefully handled ami
nlimvatliit ivii.il litir.f nttiiii.. .if m...a
while the lingo lumps of gold, which
aro sticking all over it. are in places
blackened by tho weather with muss
like growths on tho metal.
The specimens on show are, how
ever, infants compared with one
which tho prospector w.ts unable to
bring in. I'lils block two men ami
a black boy failed to move. It is so
full of gold that Mr. Dunn failed to
break it despite tho free use of a
hammer. He says that it was like
hammering a block of metal, ami ho
finally had to abandon his intention
of bringing it in. T. Dunn was left
The whole town was anxious to
follow Mr. Dunn out on his return,
bul ho intends getting nil" alono if
poshiblo, as tho stone is mi rich that
they wish to get some more broken
pieces into (he bank before the crowd
arrives. Tho prospectors have peg
ged out thirty-hi acres of ground,
through which there are outcrops
all the way. Tiny are saiixlii d that
the properly i the richest yl dis
eoiori'd ill the colony. ('Iiirnini
This news is confirmed by tho
latest Australian advices and still
further finds of almost as rich stone
aro reported up to date of thn mail
leaving. No such find of gold in
quantity has been made in modem
days, and oven Solomon's mines of
Ophir pale into insignificance beside
tliuui. ICi). Jii i.i.r.m.
"Saints ami Slunura."
Thoro was a fair house to see
"Saints and Sinners" by the Dailny
Company Tuesday night. .Mortimer
Snow gavo a very excellent repre
sentation of Jacob Fletcher, minis
ter of llothul chapel, H was im
pressive to n high degree in tho
pal hut ie passages, winning rounds
of applause. .Miss Kat- Dalgleish
had the heroine's role, that of Lottie
Fletcher, performing it throughout
artistically. She was beautifully at
tired where dressiness was appro
priate in the play Louis IJelmour
sustained pleased interest as Lot
llurden at every appearance. J lis
courting or Lydia could not have
boon bettered. Miss Kitty llelmoiir
maintained the high favor she has
enjoyed from the iiret of the season
as Lydia, tho minister's housekeeper
Mr. Dailey was intensely funny as
1'oter Greoeuacre, and other mem-
Dors oi the company Idled the rest
of tho bill with general acceptance.
Some new scenery was introduced,
rellecting luster on the company's
The Mountud I'olu-u.
There was a report about town
Weduesday afteruoou that a number
of changes wore to be made in tho
makeup of the mounted patrol.
Marshal lltyeheock when frcen stated
that the report was entirely false.
The only probable change that he
knew of would be in the captaincy,
Captain Kleiume notifying him that
ho desired to resign. There would
probably be more changes in the
future, but that all depended on
how the ollicors behaved theuiMihes.
It was the .Marshal's intention to
adil lo the night pat rol of I he mount
ed itolico, mi that the suburbs would
l)o better guarded.
Should be iiiied in attempting to
cure that ery disagreeable disease,
catarrh. As catanh originates in
impurities in the blood, local appli
cations can do mi permanent good.
The common sense method of treat
ment is to purify the blood, ami for
this purpox tiiere is no preparation
superior t. Hood's Sarsaparllla.
Hoods I ill cine coiihlipation by
restoring pMrlslalllc action of (ho
(iolikti Huli: Bazaar.
W. F Reynolds, : : Prop.
Presents for Everybody
Ca?h A'ways Talks and Tharetora
Cash Prices ara Made.
HANDSOME GIFT BOORS
At Publishers Prices;
ItlM" nnd Pruxcr 1!onk,
Mao Society JCete l'iiiors in latet
Ijiwii Tennis Hit!!rs,
Xinns t.'nnl, Calendars and llooklet),
NOVELTIES ot All Descriptions !
rn'nlsnnd I'nlnllim Hooks,
(li'imltic I X Ij Knlveinud Itnzurs,
Jlnlr llrii'lii'siiuil I'oinli",
Velocipedes mid Wagons,
Domkhtic Skwino Maciiinks
Haul Sowlim Ma"hlnc $S..'0 Up,
SlmvliiK MiiKrttid llriltliui,
lliiltnr.i from ?I.I0 Up,
IDollS and TOVS
In (Ircnt Vnrletyj
l.enther (Iiids In Purses, Diaries,
J'uoket IIiniI(. I'.tc, Ktc, Ktc,
DranliiK Mntf riots. 9
And Don't Vntgrl o have nililrd a
And nil Hiilefrliitlon will hnve
Orders lor Motlo by Every Steamtr.
Grocery v Store
til Nl'HANU HTIIKKT,
llelweeu lintel nnd Kim: Slrrel, next Ie
llns oM'iicd n l-'lrxl-clnss (Inx-cry Hloro
n iiImivi'. Ho will kiep nlwaya en hand
the lltil nnd I're-lii'rl
American and English Groceries
('itniK'd CSoocIh, Etu.,
And do his liei't Ie please nil
I'lirelmses delivered to nil nnrts
of tlic 'liy.
XviCv.Vu.nl 10101313.3210 SS7.
(luriiar flulal 4 fluiianu Straata
Paniily Wines and Brandies
3 Veara Olci
JE. JSI. R,EQTjrL,
l(r.li MANAdKK Cm
Tho Entire Stock
WENNER & CO.
will hi: bold
Regardless of Cost.
To All Luvors of Sea Bathing!
BAT II HOUSE
WM, II E KKI'T IN
timr- N II Hnerlal Aceummodalloii for
Ladles onil (lliildreu. Ill-liii
A. Kamily Hotel.
I'ir D.iy $
Per Wi'tk jia
I'll Ml. MOS1IIM IIMIH.
Tho HeM of Atiendsnee,, tilt) Itei-t Hiliiutioii
Hint th rinebt Me:ilb In tho 1,'liy.
The Eimiptan Lunch Rooms
CHOCK HINU, Proprietor,
Hotel Klreut, lieiirly opposite llethel
First-Cla-s Moils at Moderate Prices
At nil Hoiith, I'lilronnce Hollollnl.
I l IIIMI MY AIISII.NCK I'lttlM TIIK
1 IhIiiihU Mr. Horiieo II. Crillilm ImiIiiIv
iimlioriiti-d in recelvn nnd rei-elpl lor nil
limine line iiml oh lilt; to me,. I. W. Lull
Itiu. Ill In iillh'u II II 1 1 1 Nuveoilii r il. Ix'll.
Ill Hlilili iliile I Mill Kronny nlleiid,
iluiluhilii, Oct. 17, IbUI, IIUj-Iiii
There is probably less coal usod
horo Su private families than in any
city to which that article is export
ed. Tho reason is plain wood Is
cheaper and of bettor quality. Na
ture provides Hawaii ne! with the
wonderful and rapid growing algo
roba and it supplies the fuel for the
people. Anyone who has ever visit
ed tho neighborhood of Waialae has
been attracted by the forests of trees
of this description. People who
havo gono there to inspect Mr. Isou
brg's ranch havo marveled at the
caro and attention given the cutting
of trees for the market. As the sup
ply cuts sonio of the ice in regulat
ing tho prico of a commodity so the
thousands of trees on Waialae Kauch
act as a factor in putting down tho
prico of wood. Mr. Isenborg sells
wood cheaper than anybody else and
delivers it froo in any part of Hono
lulu. Ring tip either telephone and
got a cord.
If you'vo had any trottblo with
your milk try some from the Wai
alae stock for a month.
L. B. KERtt'S
I HAVK JUBT KKUKIVKD A
LAKOK A8H0KTMENT UK . .
EUigi int Patterns,
and Latest Styles.
THKHK (IOODB WILL UK BUM) IN
ANY QUANTITY K110M A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Snltl
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
l. n. KEitit, - rMPoiiTKn,
KIM, I, link or
Japanese .' Goods !
Stll and Cottoo Dress Goods,
Silk, Liuuu dud Crape Shi
- UK COMl'LKTK BTUUK
Mada by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
aV When yon are In need ot any line
of Japanese Uoodi, give ci oral naif and
save tcolnR all around town.
a OS Vozt St aaax Ouataia Xouaa
FOR SALK-A Lot (Han acre) on Wil
der Avenue; Good Hoane, flnt-clam
ImpiovenienU- $ 1,000.
r?ORBALi:-'JSU Acres of Good Collie
; Land, friicea; live miles from towu-
17OltSALi:-Deklrabl(i Improved Prop
. t-rty on 1'uiiulitmwl atreut, near l'a
lueo Walk, 1! J-ota, '- Huubea adjolulliK
FOR BALK- llou.e and M, Chlelcen
lloiihe, Htalile, Uoauh Home, ttu., ut
17UR RKNT-Kurnlahed or llnliirnlbhed
? Houe la all parts of the city.
10J KURT BTRKBT,
la (lurtx's Hhoo Utore, oppjuite May's
- WILb ATTKND TU -
Management and Sale of Propen
Collecting in All Its Branches.
Urriuai No. 42 Merchant Btreet.
AT JliE ANCHOR
Oyator Oocktnila I
Buuor Bruuuon I
Vrodurickaburg Boer I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Klndaand Ileal Quality,
SonlUweil Roraar King Nanann BU.
ArroitN'r.Y at law.
Itniinved In I'.' Merchant Hlreet,
Mutuul Tolaphou 3BO,
Save Half the Amount of Yonr Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Kvcry painter should uscLucot, in
stead of Liusct'd Oil, because:
1. Lci'OL Is mure durable than Unseed
2. Lncoi. N more economical than Lin
PitOOF THAT LUCOL 18 MORE
Six years of actual tuo in exterior
house painting in California (the
most trying climate for paints), in
the burning heal of tho Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
tho Alluiitic coast, havo fully and
practically shown that Lticoi, always
outwears Linseed Uil under tho same
conditions. All the acid works in
Han Francisco havo discarded Lin
seed Oil fur LucoL.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOUR8ELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linsoed and
Lucul paints. The Linseed paints
are destroyed in a few minutes; the
Lucol paints aro practically unaffect
ed. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MORE
Break up IJ lhs. panto whito lead
in one pint of Lucoi., and tho same
quantity in ouo pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. The Lucol
paint spreads its far as and coven
much belter than the Linseed paint.
lo gel equally good covering with tho
Linseed paint you have lo use 2J lbs.
of wliite lead lo one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of lb. of
iitiklit limit lii mieli iilnl nf f.ftrnf. moit.
or G lbs. lo every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more man nun too
llrsl cost of Hie Lttuou
Lircoi. is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Agents for the HtnlliD IsUndi
B. I. BHAW, Proprietor.
and Pino Beer
(.'or. Klii;nd Nnuanii Btreol, Honolulu.
ALIMITKI) NtlMIlKR UK SHARES
In the Botitb Koim UoOee Uompauy.
Thn Company 1ms acquired live hundred
acres of colt'cn land In fee simple at Papa -',
Hontli Koua. Hawaii, about three audoue
hull miles from lloopuloa landing. The
html Is amoiiK tho best for coll'ee grawluK
In Koua, the soil coimlstliiK of very rich a-a
and euslly worked. A large number of
lmre havo already been subucrlbod for.
IV Apply to
J. M. MONBARRAT,
Cartwrllit'n llloclc, Merchant street,
Episcopal Church Services!
BKOINNLNO ON SUNDAY', UUTUBER
llth, regular mnrnlni' and evening
fervlcen will bo held by tho Methodist Epis
copal Church of Honolulu. RKV. H. W.
l'LUK, 1'iiHtor, hi thu hull, at the corner of
Kurt uud Hotel streets (Thistle, formerly
Annexation Club Rooms).
A formal organization of this Church
will taku pluco on Sunday, November 4.
All Olirlutluns notittllllated with any other
Evangelical church are iuvlted to unite In
thin urbanization. 1167-lm
People's Baggage Expreu
WILL UALL ANY PART OF THE
City for I1AOUAOK. All Uacgaxe
received by us will be handled with care
and dispatch. Wainjomi will be on the
Wharf to meet uil Korean and Inter
Isluud Bteamers. MovIiik Pianos and
Kuriiituiu a specialty. Olllce United
CarriuKo Co, uud Livery Btables, corner of
KltiKuiid Kort Htreiiia, nuxt to K. O. Hall
.V Hon. Roth leleiihones '.
HIM Sin M. T. MARSHALL.
FRAUTIOAL - GUN-MAKER I
I ben to inform Buortlns
Men and the
General Public that I am prepared to Ke-
pair and Renovate every description of
Firearms. Units, Rides and Revolvers
skillfully Re-stocked. Blueing and Brown
iiiK done In any shade. Kint-claia work
manshiii Kuaranired. (Inatnmera promptly
UNION STREET. HONOLULU.
JOHN T. BROWVONT,
Dealer in Hawaiian and Korek-n Postage
btnmpi. P. U. ilox 411, Honolulu.
Hi;liest prices given (or Unused and Used
HuwHllitn HtiimpN in oxchaiiKe for other
countries from llraUclaa approval sheeta.
Sheets forwarded to liny part of the lilauda
on aiiiillcation with town reference.
J. 1 . II Is 0eii lo meet any collectors by
Dl. Ilea and (llasiware Wanted 1
CliH'kn, Watches and Jewelry Wanted
Old Hold and Silver Wantedl
Mr Uahaal hrlew PalO Jk
114 KIuk Htroet, Oorner of Alakea,