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Daily Bulletin Supplement, November 23, 1894.
to pureliase now. We una
an immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
war was declared, conse
quently we can continue to
sell at the old prices as long
aB our present Stock holds '
out, and then the War will
force prices up. Our last
consignment consists of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain ; Morning Gowns
for Ladies and Gent, Silk
Kimonos, Smoking Jack
ets, Silk Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shades, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., etc.
Hotel St. (Arlington Work),
Mm. J. 1'. 1'. Collaco, l'ruprlotrcM.
HOP H1NG & CO.,
403 UOTKI, BTKKKT,
PflMIUQQiflN MGRPfl i MTQ
UuIIIuDIUH MtmUllAn 1 U
Wholesale Dealers In
Liprs aid Manila Cigars
Qtitril Chines Mercninilie
Ulli, Hlce, AtAttlnn,
uuinete diiki, iemi, bio,
EhUiM ui Juericu' QrocwiM
ily Kvery Coast Btaamtr.
MUTUAL TKI.F.I'HONK 147.
W. W. AHANA.
333 ITuuanu atrt.
BMllsb, Scotch and American
Style and Kit OnaranUed.
Cleaning & Repairing
lototl Tile. 668. P. 0. Boi Mi
C. R. COLLINS,
Fine Harness, Saddles '
between China and Japan . ,, , ,
... . r .,l ... Hnrnsou liros. have transferred
will cauHo prices for their thoir roai esUU( rmtt ami ban
silk fubricrt to go higher ; 110 business to George K. Owsley, who
country can light und weave )5 an onk,-'8 " Times build
... .J.. .. fni. tog. h ivo years ago Carter 11. Hnr
Bilk at the same time. I he rilr0I)( Jr n-;ld willlaui Preston liar
price llUH already advanced risou opened a real-estate olliuo tin
and the papers State that 1er the r.rm name ofllarrison IJros,
ii !! i i it it aud have noou more or loss actively
the War M likely to be "on" 0MKaKwl in that business over since,
for two 01' three years. It The Messrs. Harrison are now got-
UCllOOVtS ttlL caiUlll IUI)U . ..ratory'to iniiuK abroad.
Carriage Tops, Cushions,
Fenders, Duahes, Htoriu Aprons, Kir., Ktc.
210 King St. P. 0. Box 496.
1HI.AN1) OKDUItH BOMUITKD.
NOTH1K IB HKIIKIIY (1IVKN THAT
all claliim against thu Criterion tin
loon will he. ettled by Mr. J as, V, Mor
van, and all nntiitaudlni; accounts due the
Criterion Hiilnon and tliu johlilii house ol
1 il, lire up to tliu above dulH are payable
to Mr. I,. II. Hot'. All hills alnst (,. II.
Dee please iiresont Immediately for pay
ment; l. n. dkV:.
Uonolulu, OcU 3, IBM. llW-in
A COMING VI81TOK.
His Flnus Embrace a Most Exten
William Preston Harrison
skoii yesterday in his olllco in the
Stock Uxnhnugo building, and iu
answer to the (jiie.it ion whether lie
had disposed of his real-estate busi
k. Owsley. Wo shall simply keen
tuts ouico until wo got an 01 our ai
fairs iu such shapo that wo can both
travel for some mouths to come."
"Where do you and Carter Harri
son expect to go, Mr. Uarrisont"
"Wo shall not travel together.
My brother is going to take his
family to settle down in Europe
somewhere until next summer. Ho
will sail for Gibraltar first, I believe,
and then will see most ol southern
going to hgypt
As for myself 1
ami India as well.
have been pretty much all over Asia
and Europe, and shall seek new
fields this time. I expect to leave
America about Christmas, and shall
sail first for Honolulu. I spent last
winter there and liked it so much
that I wish to see more of the Ha
waiiau islands. Tho volcano of Ki
lauea is one of tho seven modern I
wonuors oi ino worm, i kiiow oi
uo other volcano that can bo seen
active eruption so plaiuly as the
one dedicated to the goddess 'Polo'
on the island of Hawaii.
IIIS UrsCKII'TION HOLDS OOOl).
"Mark Twain, who saw it many I
years ago, simply exclaimed' "This .
la hell, and his description is quite
as accurate as terse. From Hono
lulu I shall go to Samoa, tho homo
of the great novelist, Kobort Louis
Stevenson. A steamer cau then Ihi
caught which makes tho circuit of
the Fiji, Friendly and Tonga groups
boforo sailing to Now Zealand. The
Fiji islands belong to Ureal Britain,
but tho Samoau aud Tonga islands
aro still independent, so to speak.
From Now Zealand a sailing vessel
will carry mo to Tahiti, said to bo
tho most beautiful spot on tho face '
of tho globe. Tahiti is one of tho
Society group and practically be
longs to Franco. I am now hard at
work brushing up my French, an
that language is almost exclusively
used in many of the South Seas ltd
amis. Tahiti is tho rendezvous of
pretty uearly all sailing craft cruis
ing about tho south Pacific. If con
nections cau there be made I shall
sail to tho Marquisas Islands. Her
man Melville, an almost forgotten
Aiuericau author, wrote a book call
ed 'Typee' which deals with these
islands. From this work, which is
almost a classic, I judge the Mar
quesas must bo most romantic aud
beautiful. How mauy other of these
groups of coral or volcanic origin I
shall visit will depend upon circum
stances. No one soems to have writ
ten on the subject aud I am unable
to loam just where I should go aud
how to got anywhere."
Are you going to spend much
time iu Australia?"
m uiu miiMir I'mt'n.
to spoud some months iu Java, Su
matra, Horneo, and New Guinea.
Tho three last-uamed islands are
still uearly savage, aud it may bo
that one of them will chance to be
the laRt of my journey."
"Do you refer to tho cannibals
who might take a fancy to yout"
"Yes; but still I think that a Chi
cago newspaper man will not prove
tempting evou to 'thu wild men of
iik Alt riTV
oxjiHet to como
"From Siuuniioro the Frenoh line
of steamers will carry mo to Hong
kong. Ou tliu way I Hhall atop nt
Saigon. There is a dead city iu
Auatu referred toby Kudyard Kip- '
ling in one of his novels that I am
anxious to see. For several hundred
years this city has remained uuiu
habited, although there are houses, i
palaces, streets, all there. The jack
als have taken possession and but
I' few persons have ever seen it. From
Hongkong I go the Philippine isl
ands, belonging to the Spanish. Bo
I fore sailing for Jatiau I wish to see
Formosa. Japan wauts this island
as part of the spoils to be obtained
from China, tt is said to be beauti
ful. From Yokohama I return
"Do voti exnect to write about
your trip, Mr. Harrison?"
"I never thought about it before,
but still I may."
"How loug do you expect to bo
"I don't know -a year or so."
This trip of Mr. Harrison's has
never been made before iu such de
tail by auy one mau. The islands
ho expects to visit are divided be
tween the English. French, German,
Spanish, and Dutch. Chicago Timet,
THE PACIFIC CABLE,
Oll'ura to lay One aud Luavo Hawaii
Viitiiiiia. Ml. fJ.i. Vnviimluir t A
Colonist special from Ottawa says
that six oilers have been received by
the Domiuiou Government for lay
ing and maintaining a Pacific cable
to Australia. All are by English
firms, aud iu none of them is ox-
ceutiou taken to tho increased dis
tauco involved in going round by
1" aiming Island or other lirillsh pos-
ruis removes all doubt as to an
exclusive Hritish cable route iu tho
event of obstacles iu tho way of
lauding in Hawaii or other countries.
At Williams' Studio aro to Imi soon
Portraits on Watch Dials, which ho
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by tho set or
Ti- r x "ID r n
JjlCy C1C XvclUcS
to n r. iir.i.D at
November 29, 1894
CouinieiiclDg al 2 O'clock P, M.
1-1 Mill-; Muldru (bcrutcli); 1st and 'M
'1 - Mile; l)n'ii (cerutrli); 1st yrltv.
a -1 Mil; NjIi-u (liioidlvup); lt and VM
4-1 Mile; 0K'ii (liandk-up); 1st imtl '.M
5 K Mlli; Hoys uihIit IS yean; lt and
(I yt Milu, OptMi (xurnU'li); lt pritu.
71 Mile; :i-iiilimtu clu(irnti'li); li-taud
8 a .Mllohcraicli, U iirliti', Itumliler Tro-
pliy; "Jd prk, Hold Mfdul, :ird price,
Tim entraiH'o fen for tliu 'M, llli anil litli
racei $1 .'iU, all tliu oilierx 1 1.
Knlrles rail now liu mint at tliu I'yt'lcry,
IU" KIiik Ktri'el, wheru lilunkn (or lliu pii'
p an euu bi' oliluliii'd. Tliu entrli'H will
uIubh on Wi:i)NK.SI)AY, Novumlier 1,
Ib'.ll, at .'i o'uliM'k I-. u.
Full pitrliuiilurn of tliu lO-Mlln Koad
Itutti to tuku iiluru on bu'iiriluy iilturnoon.
Noveinlwr :!llli, will lifKHen luier. U&'J II
I'lTii l"v a 7'II7,C1
W iU. UA V 1 HjO
Rigger & Stevedore,
KHTIMATKB AND UUNTHACTH ON
ALU KINDB OF WOltK.
lleKlnniiiK Monday, Oct. '.-, will mil nt 5
v h every Monduy for Hitnapepe, Koloa,
i.iiiuu aim Hineiu.
limn re Ht o re ol J. H. Wa ker.
a. : . .. .
linuK, fort Mirrci, or on
( hoard to Wm. Da vi eh, Master and Owner.
Mntail Telephone 507.
Bell Telephone 460..
The BOSt IiULlCb tl TOWl.
Tttf and Oorrt
AT ALL HOC!.
THK K1NEST BHANU.M OK
Cigars and Tobacco
XWATt ON BARD.
a. J. NOLTH, Prop.
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
KitliiiAto RlYtn on all kinds ot
HTONK.CONDKKTK A PbAHTKlt WOKK
tA ooHoam a sriuiALTT i
JOHN F. BOWLER.
People's Baggage Express
WII.I. (JAM, ANY 1'AUT OF THK
City tor lUUOAOK. All Hagagn
reerlved oy un will be liundltid with ram
and dlnpalch. VuuK"ti will le on tho
Wtmrf to meet all 1'orelnn and Inlur
Inland BtfAiuem. Moving I'Iiukis aud
Fitrnltiiro a nieclalty. Olllce Dulled
CarrlaKo I'o. and I.lvury Staljlen, rornernl
KliiKand Fort BtreuU. next to K O. Hall
Si Hon. llollt Telephones 'JIH).
UU)3m M. T. MA HUH A 1. 1,
r4Uv ttfl Mt ht lalftf MMMr
ttrvmptlii rltti44 1.
otlt Talcphonei 10,
A. Family Hotel.
Per Day a
HfKCUI. MONTHLY HTKH.
The Heat of Attendance, the lUtt Bitnatlon
ml the Finnnt MealB In thu City.
T. KROUSE, .... Proprietor.
BiCK AGAIN TO WORK.
3ST. JP. BURGESS
i linualn prep-irud to repair (Urden Hose,
' Bp'tiikkm, Water Tap-, ete. Puw FIIIiik
mid all kind" ot Tools ulmrveiiecl, liielinl-
in ie (Urring KiiIm-s hiki Bol-orn: Imwn
MoerH niM-ela'tt : alxo BettiiiK (IIahh; Iu
fw-t ah kliulo ot JobliliiR. Work (tailed lor
mid returied Itiiic iii 112 Miittlnl TmI.
phonu any time buforo U a. m. 117'Jtf
Tl'lUNd MY A1IHKNI1K FHO.M THR
aiilliorUed .to recitlve anil receipt for all
inoillea Uilf nun iiwiiik lo iii,j. . Mill
I Iiik, at my olllee until roviiiilu'r 2.1, IWIJ,
I al whloh date I will personally attend.
I W I.IIVIVM
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 161M. UUi-lm