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ST. ANDREW'S FANCY FAin.
Largo Returns from Oato, Booths
The festival for the bouoGt of the
building fund of St. Andrew's Ca
thedral was fortunate for weather.
There was a suspension of recout
frequent rains throughout its ap
pointed daj. A large proportion of
the fair, as well as nil of both the
luau and lunch, was in opin tents.
giving tno festival a gypsy quainl
uess that was not its least attraction.
At night colored lauteriiB in novel
ahapos liberally distributed along
the paths, with many bright lamps
betwoen, made the euuampuiuul
look like a conquest by humans of a
town in Fairyland. And it did not
need much effort of the imagination
to see fairies there, too.
Thero was a large patronage of
both tho luau ami the luuch. The
luau was in the best style of the na
tive mode, while the luuch could
not be surpassed by any hotel
caterer. Schoolgirls iu whito wail
ed smartly on tho tables.
Most of the booths for the sale of
fancy and useful articles were in the
schoolroom. Thoy weio all arrang
ed with great taste. Without being
invidious mention may be made of
the Chinese booth, it being con
spicuous by its characteristic ori
Ice cream and lemonade had large
sales in the evening. The (lower
girls did well, judging by the num
ber of persons wearing the favors.
An illuminated fish was carried
about the ground, which attracted
amused interest. It wai made of
colored lantern paper, ribbed with
bamboo sticks, and its (lapping gills,
limber tail, bright eyes and shiny
scales made it look natural as life.
Its constructor wan a Chinese pupil
of lolaui College.
U. S. Minister Willis and wife,
British Commissioner Hawon, Bishop
Willis and wife were among tho
prominent visitors to the fair day
and evening. The Government baud
played ly day, aim tho National by
Captain May and Lieut. Cumdr.
llarwood of 11. II. M. S. Hyacinth
with a detail of bluejackets put up
the tents for the festival, and did a
large share of their decorating.
Hev. V. II. Kitcat was Mipcriutcud
out of all arrangements, and was
seemingly every place at 'nearly;
the same lime. Henry Smith was
treasurer. Wray Taylor was the
chief who sal in the principal gale
of the fairy town, on llcrolunia
street, and stuck to his pott from
opening to closing with uulliuchiiig
fortitude. K. Stile, I J. Testa and
Geo. Clark were the faithful gate
keepers for luau and lunch. 1'rof.
John Hush of lolaui College held
the fort at the Kmma street entrance
to the grounds. Henry Smith, H.
C. Trovencn and Chang Kim were
the committee on illumination.
A list of tables and stands, with
those who conducted them, follows:
Hawaiian table Dowager (Jiiouii
Keohokalole, Mrs. T. 1C. livann, and
Miss Grace Koalii.
Sewing Society table Mrs. Willis,
Mrs. Mackintosh, Mrs. liush and
Porcelain table -Miss X. Dauford
and Miss May.
Fancy table Mrs. P. Dodge, Mrs.
naalelea, Lady Herrou and Miss
Children's table -Mrs. Wray Tay
lor, Mrs. Dr. McLennan and Mrs.
Lemonade stand Miss Lishmati,
Miss Zoo Atkinson and Miss Mott
Smith. Fish pond -Mrs. G. D. Freeth and
Mrs. Hay Wodehouse.
Grab box -Misses Alice mid Annie
Dauford and Miss Kiln Lewis.
Chinese table-Mrs. Yee Hew and
Mrs. Chaug Kim.
Luuch tent Mrs. .1. Hotiug, Mrs.
J. O. Carter, Mrs. E. S. Cuulia, Mrs.
L F. Howler, Miss Mclutyro, Miss
Nolle, Miss Tuck, Miss Carter and
other young Indies.
Luau teut -Mrs.Xowlciu and Miss
Flower stand -Mrs. Faxon Bishop,
Miss Walker, Mrs. G. K. Smithies
aud the Misses Parker.
Ice cream tent Mrs. William Fos
ter aud Mrs. A. Clark.
Candy table -Mrs. Stella t'ockett
aud Miss Mossmau.
Probably $VMO will bo netted by
the fair. The object is to build a
parsonage, also a fence around the
Paul Iseuberg has engaged the
Hawaiian Cjuiutet Club to go to Li
hue, Kauai. The club will leave by
the steamer Miltahala to-morrow
evening. Thero will be horse races
aud a general celebration on Wed
nesday next, Nov. 2S, Hawaiian Inde
pendence day, aud the Quintet Club
will entertain the Kauai people with
vocal aud instrumental music.
Mrs. M. Iteuiier has returned from
her trip to the Coast, and has re
sumed her position with ,1. J. Kgati.
aud will be pleased to see her old
patrons and many new ones.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER &TC0., J 1).
mmik iiNi)i:ii8i(isr.i), ii. roi kk. as-
JL alKtire III lliiiikriiiti'y nf tint INtiiln
o( M. (j forum, Jlllu, K'v" ixt lot to all
crrilitora of hald liankriiil i lio liiivit proved
UiHr claims, tliul lit) hiiii Itlcil IiIh iiiTdiint
Ai.Ikik.hj mid a iulltlim fur dlsoliuruo,
Mini dial liu Mill present tliu muiiu (or
hIIohbiiuu to tliu lion. W. A. WliltliiK,
I'lri'iili Jiid;t)(il tho l'rt Circuit, cm Kill
HAY, Nownilmr lie, iwil, Irtil, id ill cYloi'k
a. u,, hi Khluli llinu inn! plui'u uny pursuit
Inlaruileil cull U- Imnrd.
And;iH) ol tlin IMule ul M, (I. Corrrfl
Honolulu, Nov. l!J, l&'jl. Hie)-U
Nov. 24, 1S94. I
The edict of (he Sugar Trust J
to the effect that one-third of
the sugar crop of these islands
shall be shipped to iNew York
via Cape Horn will have a
rather depressing elTect upon '
the Coasting vessels between .
here and San Francisco. It will J
no doubt have its elTect in
other ways or the Trust would t
not insist upon the terms of '
contiacts with the plantation j
companies' there being carried I
out. One does not have to '
read between the lines in any
thing the Trust does it's ap- '
parent on the face of it that j
I he monopolists get whatever'
benefit there is in the change.
We are prepared now to meet
the demands of our customers
for goods for Christmas and
we think we have a good as-1
After many days the pocket
cutlery from Wastenholms's
factory has arrived and it com
prises everything in the way
of pocket knives suitable for
little and big folks.
The demand for llaviland
China with carnation pattern
seems not to diminish and it
is dillicult for us to keep up
with it. The Alameda, how
ever, brought us a large invoice
of all soils of dishes and we
can till any orders for simile !
dishes, do.ens or sets. l;or,
gifts at any season of the year!
or for any occasion there is
nothing prettier or more ser-i
We have always carried aj
large assortment of Silver plated :
ware and have generally satis-
lied everyone except those who !
wanted s.olid silver. For this
season we have purchased a
stock in California which in
cludes both plated and solid
and we nope 10 meci ine t.ie-
mands of plain everyday folk as j
well as those whose ideas run ,
toward the elegant. Our .solid ,
goods comprise Sugar Shells, i
Bui tor Knives, Soup and Gravy I
Ladles, Salad Sets, Fish Sets, I
Freseive and Berry Spoons, '
Sugar Tongs, Olive Spoons and j
Forks, Sadine Forks, Cold i
iWeat Forks, Lettuce Forks, Bon I
Bon Scoops, Fie Knives. Then j
there are a number of combina- j
lion sets; some of them con
tain Tea Spoons, Butter Knife,
Sugar Shell, Cream Ladle and
Sugar Tongs a very handsome
present for Christmas. Other
sets are for Berries, some for
Oyster. One to which we
call especial attention contains
a hall dozen Individual Butter
Spreaders and the same num
ber of plates. We think we
can suit everyone as to designs
because they are the very latest.
We know our prices are right.
We have also in stock an
assortment of Aluminum ware
in small pieces for service or
Cooking utensils are made
ol this ware and are used in
prelerence lo iron or agate
owing to lightness and durabil
ity. In our selection this year
we have included Griddle
Cake Fans and Fry Fans.
Drinking Cups and lea Sets
of three pieces. They are as
light as a feather and everlast
ing. We have also Flasks,
Watch Boxes, Fancy Combs
and Hair Combs that never
wear out. Patent lime squeez
ers, (an entirely new article
here) card trays, Sleeve Links
and many other things lo suit
A small stock of cut glass
ware in choice patterns only
aiui coniammg arucies service-
able for table use.
Our lamp department is llll-
ed with the latest designs
Hanging, Mmiquel and Piano
Lamps. An inspection is in-1
Tlie Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd '
The war Imtwveti China and
Japan is still on. So far tho
Japanese have all the best of
it. How long this will last,
time alone can tell.
Kiiilicd by (heir numerous
victories the Japanese are
toialiimr 1 lit.tr nritiion intn (llii.
ti.-se tenitory. The capture A
01 ring iun witn us lortn :,., jst ),
and treasure was tlieir first
great success. reived pur "1
1 ne navai initio ai inn i:,.il(,t .....
.1. .f.l... .!.. I ,,. 111.1 HIM
uiiiuiu 111 iiim 1 mil iiivtir ciuu I
the total destruction of three '
Chinese men-of-war followed
this quickly. The dual expul
sion of the Cliiucfo from Corea
and the capture of ICiew Lien
Chang left the road opon lo
the Japs to both Moukden
To carry on this warfare
Japan has (so far) enlisted one
hundred thousand men aside
from her regular standing
army, and hundreds of the
bone and sinew of tho laud of
the chrysanthemum arecrowd
ing the recruiting ollices daily.
This has caused the prico of
labor to increaso 100 . In
consequence Japanese mate
rial aud products of every
description have nearly dou
bled in price.
However, as we had our
largo Christmas order in seve
ral months ago, wo will not
Why trade with linns who
carry an assortment of goods
that . r of inferior quality or
made by tho eheape.it labor,
when you can get tho best for
the same price? Wo guaran
tee every article in our store
to be the very lxst that the
Japanese market can produce
and at prices that were in
vogue before war was de
clared. For Ladies
We have an assortment of
Articles hot h L'xeful and Orna
mental thai must please the
most Fastidious. Kvery lady
is particular about the Hand
kerchiefs she uses. We have
all kinds Plain, Beautifully
Ktnhroidercd, Drawn aud
Open Work all Colors aud
Doilies, hand painted and
embroidered, Crepe Silk
Sashes, Silk ami Crepe SlinwN,
anil a variety of Scarfs. Wo
also received a large variety
of Silk Dress Goods.
We have Silk Shirts -white
and colored either plain or
embroidered; Cravats, Xeck
ties of every variety, shade
and shape, Smocking Jackets
aud Caps, that are a pleasure
to wear, and Silk and Cotton
Pajamas that are comfortable
aud well made; also the two
extremes Straws Hat and
Nothing in liouolulu can,
approach the small order of
Hoots that we have. They
were made by the best Japa
nese Mechanics, and we guar
antee the quality, style, lit
and finish Calf, Patent
Leather ami Tan.
Articles, such as Tea Cosies
for covering Tea Services, etc.
Fine Table and lied Covers,
and pretty Chair Hacks wo
have in profusion.
Also some Menu Cards for
Thanksgiving, Christui'is and
New Year' that are pretty
Enjoy Christmas princi
pally because they receive lovo
oUoringH from parents aud
friends, A good present to
give a boy is one of our Itttt
terlly Pins, aud a nice present
for your girl can be had by
getting one of our Hooks of
Fairy Tales, they are made of
(ine Crepe paper profusely
Illustrated ami the StorieH are
translated from Old Japanese
llryatil," mid more
lo airivu nor "Trim-
JErSLojpjp &, CO.,
TvTo. T"- Xing Street
itm aS wig. W$fe
iMrotrrKits, wiioi.khai.k and itrmi, dkai.kus in
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOXiLISTBR Sz OO
Cor. Fort and Morchant Strootu
By Jas. F. Morgan.
On TUESDAY, Nov. l7lh.
AT i2 0'UI.Ol'K SOON,
In itiiiinlaiii'p wl'li iiiilriiclldiii rrtvlvixl 1
fr in 1 In' uilliiTi. ol Kun I'lniiirtil'tn Cum-'
piitiy. I r-luill oil'i-r fur ul nt I'.il'llc Am-
linn, 111 my HnlcsriHiiii IJ n-n stri-i-l, I
IOHIin ef .SliM'k Kwb I'lniitiiUon 1'nm-'
lOHiiircs nl le U Kwn I'liiiiliilloiH'oin- '
A Hlmrr- nl Kttx'k Kun I'liittiit'ini ''inii-
ilriMiinicli of lir iiIhivi-iiil.liii Hlmr'h In
ceviir il'liniiiunt in.r fiiiiitni. 11. mv line on
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
J"a.s. F. Morgan,
Household -:- Furniture
On WKDXKSDAY, ov. 2S
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M ,
I inn iiilrnelnl lit Mr. .1. I'. ItOU'l.DK, to
-..II m! iIim rteklil.ttt. .. ..f ir - II I'll .u
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iiiiit l-'mt Hiriii, tin. nitlru Ho bi'IiiiIiI
I'lirnlliiri', conK'iii; nt
1 Ilciiiiiui ami Uui l'rli;lit I'iiiuo mid
Miirlilf-tnii CfiiliT I'ulilfo, Unk Tnliles,
KIkIiI Oil 1'iiltitlliKM, Wicker Clmlrii imd
link llookirs ami clmlrs, I'liii'iiimi,
Vnn', Ailliiiii 1 '11k Curwil 1'iililni't, j
Jili;llli'Mt mill Cliini'Hii IV11 SctH
I Imi.ili'llro riiiini l.:niii., Viim l-atnp-,
.MU'riiM-oif, hliulU, Hiikh, Statuin,
Cnril lli'ouiviuii, Kcm lluuk I'iiim- uml
I 1 1 i'i v Ohk UI1uv.1l llilruiuu ri,
.MiiltnM-H, I'llliiws, llcitilmi;, Ciirtuliix,
I Anll'iutt (Ink Clii'Viil llnilruiiin Sin,
'Inlli'l rtetn, Iron Hufu, ,Mosiiiltn SctH,
1 HI1I11 lluiirit, Kttfrlucriitor, OliituMiirn,
I (Ink Kxti'intlun liliiini; liu 111 Tulilu,
II II Clulrd, limiKlni: 1.uiiiih,
UU'i'l KnuruviiiKii, 1 MiicltiirHliMil Unlike,
Ciii,it Holler, ('ookinu I'h'ii'lls,
.M fii 1 riafii, Uronkrry, iiilor, (IriK-t-rlui,
Scilll'M, KllttTH, Until TllIlK,
(liilvunlzi i Tnlis, (lurilmi TiioIk,
Kin , I'.lu., Mi'., Kir.
Ja.s. F. lorga.11,
Valuable Real Estate
On Thursday, Dec. 13, 1894
AT V 0'0I.0(1K NOON, ,
I um Instruct'!! hy tlin Tinslo.H under
the Will ol Mr j. It. 1'. llmlnip, t tu 1 nt '
I'ubila miction, nt niy Knlurooin, (jiiurn j
AM. THAT TKAOT OK I.ANJ) UOM.
1'HIUINO AN A1U0A OF
21 ll-IU) AOKKH.
Mtimti'il on v!Hr Avenuu mul Ki-wnlo
Hired, Mnk kl, II inoluln, lifini; Um Imi
uiu:o( tuu l.iui.l ill) crilui ill lirnnl '.'7H.1,
Aiiiiiii l,io i in KiiiiihImiih'Iiii, mul liu
land cniiiprin-il In Hrniit XiO. Apnuii 1, lo ,
Tho tiiiiiHif ilii' nrntnirly i'hii Imm't'ii
nt my unuiluii roiuii.
IV TiiriiiN Crinti. II. ri (lolil Uoili.
J)i'u,n nl iuh'ii( ul )mr.'l it'r
ATAflTTPM Muniihmliiriirnf Kimuy
. JAUULn, WnuiKlii Iron Fi'Iii'i-h
(or lliirml UiU, Hi'slilcniTN, (limit im, llu.
ruiili'H, lio Dnioii itreit, nearly (iiiikihIid
Kvorv viiriolv, si vie
mid price in (he
Furniture line. The
beat and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and iinpoet our
rncti.rlcs In the United
A'r nn nri'rlf Oml lnnt o
) wi-nr, n I lhisi sniiii' xo
ili j niTnlly wunt rowI Kmit
Wear, mul II llicy ilou'i ,;fl
Hi Ir in.iie-y'p. worth th-y
won't ceiin nynlu.
ill 11 lli well nrr Jir foii'trr
to lli-wrnri-r I. mrh, Hi no
lira ,V Miti ini.l.V Hlio-'t lor
Ijiln-f runt I'lillilrm nrr 'lie
mipfrlor of any ullicr inniitl-(ni'tuti-
(or men nrr lioiij;lit for tlioir
InrniiHity. If n niiin buys 11
till c Unit lircskt sway" In n
nk or two litntim't nnt mi
o lir pnlr from tin rmio- (mv
liry. .IdllM-liN iV Ml'lll'IIV
iiiiikc tin lixit Orel' Hhoe on
from Din above ami otlinr well
known llrms nrr (or -nln at nnr
Nnw Ktorc, So lftt Fort Bt.
'I'lu-Hi" kociIh lire just onoil,
ml nrn the v ry Inteft ntyle,
nn I m prices to unit lhn tliiiei.
105 Fort Street.
Christmas Cards !
Water Color Cards ol'
: : AI.BD . : t
Souil Bomnthlni; Hawaiian to Your
KING BROS.' ART STORE
Hotel Street I
OTHJJN"G so correct as a New
Rreak. We nmiiufhctnro all
kinds to order and we iiave
ample time between now and
ine Holidays to get up some
thing that will make a
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'P'G CO.,
NTo. ?0 Queen Street
m the most perfect dentifrice yd. dirtcovcrcd.
It is manufactured after a eelibniled formula now
in our possession. The materials used are the purer-1
obtainable; contains nothing deleterious to the teeth
or gums, and its use cannot be otherwise than pleas
ant aud beneficial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the preser
vation of their teeth, do them harm by using a tooth
powder containing excessive "giit." Daily applied
such dentifrices are calculated not only to injure the
enamel by excessive friction, but hurt the gums.
A trial of Ai.oiia. Tooth 1oviku will convince
anyone of its meritH and the advantage of unng a
dentifrice of the purity of which they can be certain.
Tt is attractively put up, and will be sure to please
you in every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oornar F'ort. As Boteal Wtt
From Recent Direct Importations
HAWS' TOOTHBRUSHES !
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. L..A.R.GHB ASSORTMENT,
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be boiled and liltercd.
The Oni.v Kf.mami.k Watku Fii.tku is the Slack Ic
Brownlow. Thuy are mule on scientific principles. They
are accessible in all parts and can be readily denied.
PA Ol F1C HARDWARE CO., VD
COKNKK KOUT A MKKOHANT STUIWTS.
very suitable present.