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The regular Christinas varnMnu of the
VttbUo Schools of tho Koimhlio of Hawaii
will commence on FRIDAY, Di-cemlicr 21,
ami continue until .MONDAY, January 7,
By order of the President of the Board
JOHN V. SCO IT,
UOT-lt d 43-21 w Secretary.
Itt'RKtC OF KllUl TI01, (
lloNnt.llu, Nou-mtiur L'U, INit.i
Notice It hereby given that nil (town
ment Schools will be clo.cil on Tlll'ltS
DAY, November at, that day having been
set apart by the l'reldunt at a day of
Hy order of the I'u-ddent of the Itoanl
Holders of wafer privilege, or tlnn
paying water rates, aro hurebv nu.itled
that the hour for Irrigation purpose are
from 7 to 8 o'elock a. m., and ft to 11
o'clock p.m. A. ItltOWN,
Huerlntcndcnt Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Mltil-ter of tho Interior.
Honolulu, May SJ, 1NH. US-It'
Wht JBMJ a Uttiw.
WEDN'KSDAT, NOV. '2$, 18SM.
H. O. R. M. A. RACE MEET.
The Ramblers and Clovolauds Will
Tho first moot of tho Honolulu
Uyclo Kaoo Moot Association will bo
held at Kapiolaui Park at '2 o'clock
to-morrow aftoruooii. Tho twathor
has somewhat iutorforcil with tlio
training of tho whooltnon, but thoy
apnoar to bo iu lino tnottlo. Iluiiry
Giles, tho champion of tho Hawai
ian Islauds, has beon bothered with
a boll. Giles lost eight days of
training, anil trainer Crane has boon
working hard tho past fuw days to
Eut him iu trim. A. L. C. Atkinson
as recovered from tho shook of
Saturday's accident, although ho
still keeps his arm bandaged. Tho
following will bo tho program:
Quo mile luniduu, scratch T.
White, J. A.Thompson, C. I'. Mm
ray, L. Marshall, V. Chamberlain.
Haif milo open, scratch Y.
Chapman, K. A. Dexter, Henry Giles,
Cupid, U. A. Torrill, A L. C. Atkin
son. One milo novice, handicap C. F
Murray, T. White, Honry llapai,
Geo. Angus, F. Angus, L. .Marshall,
A. L. C. Atkinson.
One mile open, handicap U. A.
Dexter, 11. A. Torrid, 1,. Marshall,
Cupid, A. L. C. Atkinson, V. Chap
man, lieury Giles, II. lv Walker, N.
Half mile, boys under 15 -A. Giles,
W. Chilton, 1$. Cartwright.
Quarter miloopou, scratch -Henry
Giles, Cupid, 11. A. Torrill, A. I,. C.
Atkinson, V. Chapman, K. A. Uex
ter. Ouo mile, U-minute class, handi
cap Goo. Angus, L. Marshall, A. L.
C. Atkinson, N. Hnlstead, .1. A.
Thompson, C. F. Murray, 11. llup.ii.
Throe milo, scratch -V. (Jlmp
man, A. L. C. Atkinson, l(. A. Doxtor,
Geo. Angus, II. A. Tcmll, 11. K.
Walker, Henry Giles, X. llnlbload.
The following wheelmen will rido
ltamblor machines II. A. Torrill, 11.
Giles, Geo. Angus, W. Chapman, T.
White, ). A. Thompson, Cupid, .V
Halstoad and A. Giles.
11. E. Walker, A. L. V. Atkinson,
Louis Marshall, and Henry llapai
will load tho Cleveland. 1(. A.
Dexter will rido a Union.
It was tho iutouliou of the wheel
men to have uniforms anil wear dis
tinguishing colors, but the order
was sent too late. Tho weather pro
mises to bo lino, and although the
track is heavy home line riding may
An Entortainmunt to Frovldo Christ
mas Choor for thu Lojiors.
Wray Taylor is working up a first
class entertainment for the purpose
of raising money to provide the
lepers on Molokr.i with Christinas
itresouts. Tho entertainment will
be hold in Kaumakapili Church on
Tuesday evening, Doe. 11. For tho
first part there will be a vocal ami
instrumental concert by the best
local taleut. Thou Mr. lledemau
will give ouo of his popular lantern
shows, accompanied witli a lecture
by Jos. Marsdou on the scenes
shown. A committee of three Indies
and two gentlemen is being organ
ized, to take charge of the receipts
and attend to their disburAomoul.
The Burk Kluinoro.
The bark Elsiuoro cannot bo said
to be overdue at this port until
further advices aro receied per S. S.
Warritnoo. duo next week. Tins
paper published nu item some weeks
ago takou from a Sydney paper to
the effect that tho Elsinore hail put
into Suva, Fiji, in distress. She wus
leaking badly, and would have to
undergo repairs, ltead tho IJm.uTi.s
always for news.
Both banks will be closed
morrow, Thanksgiving day.
FOUR NICE LOTS
Near Klni; ht-col, Opposite lt for
MT For l'artluulurs, Imjulitt of
R W. WILCOX,
Corner of li'iien and Nmmriii Hlrenia,
Jimely Jopie J
Nov. 24, 1S94. I
The edict of the Sugar Trust
to the elTect that one-third of
the sugar crop of these islands
shall be shipped to New York
via Cape Horn will have a
rather depiessing elTect upon
the Coasting vessels between
here and San Francisco. It will
no doubt have its elTect in
other ways or the Trust would
not insist upon the terms of
contiacts with the plantation
companies' there being carried
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
the monopolists get whatever
bonetit 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
soitment. 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
eems not to diminish and it
is dillicult for us to keep up
with it. The Alameda, how
ex er, brought us a large invoice
of all soils of dtahes and we
can till any orders for single
dishes, dozens or sets. Fur
gifts at any season of the year
or for any occasion there is
nothing prettier or more ser-
v U ll.l L. ill t tlj J IUI I llll i
large assortment of Silver plated '
ware and have generally satis-!
lied eveiyone except those who i
wanted solid silver. For this
season we have purchased a
slock in Calilomia which in
cludes both plated and solid ',
and we hope to meet the de
mands of plain everyday folk as
well as those whose ideas run
toward the elegant. Our solid
goods compiise Sugar Shells,
Butter Knives. Soup and Gravy
Ladles, Salad Sets, Fish Sets,
Preserve and I3eiry Spoons, J
Sugar lungs, Olive Spoons and
F'oiks, Sadine Folks, Cold
Aeat Folks, Lettuce F'oiks, Bon
lion Scoops, Fie Knives. Then
there are a number of combina
tion sets; some ol them con
lain Tea Spoons, Butter Knife,
Sugar Shell, Cream Ladle and
Sugar Tongs a very handsome
present for Christmas. Other
sets are for Berries, some for
Oysters. One to which we
call especial attention contains
a half dozen Individual Butler
Spreaders and the same num
ber of plates. We think we
can suit everyone as to designs
because they are the very latest.
We iiio'u' our prices are right.
We have also in stock an
assoitment of Aluminum ware
in small pieces for service or
Cooking utensils are made
of this waie and are used in
pieleience lo iion or agate
owing to lightness and durabil
ity. In our selection this year
we have included Griddle
Cake Fans and Fry Fans.
Diinking Cups and Tea 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
weai out. Patent lime squeez
eis, (an entiiely new article
heiei card trays, Sleeve Links
and many other things to suit
A small stock of cut glass
wale in choice patterns only
tnA containing ai tides sei vice
able lot table use.
Oui lamp depailnienl is till
ed with the latest designs
Hanging, Bouquet and Piano
Lamps. An inspection is in
vited. The Hawaiian Hardware Go, 111
Tho war between China and
Japan is still on. So far tho
Japanese have all tho host of
it. How long this will last,
time alone can toll.
Flushed by their numerous
victories, tho Japanese aro
pushing their Armies into Chi
nese territory. Tho capture
of Ping Vang with its forts
ami treasure was their first
The naval battle at tho
mouth of tho Valu Uier and
the total del ruction of three
Chinese meii-of-uar follow (I
this quickly. The final expul
sion of tho Chinese from Corea
and tho capturo of Kiuw Lion
Chang loft tho road open to
the Japs to both Moukden
To carry on this warfaro
Japan has (so far) unlisted one
hundred thousand men aside
from her regular standing
army, and hundreds of tho
bono nttd sinew of tho laud of
the chrysanthemum aro crowd
ing the recruiting ollices daily.
This has caused tho price of
labor to increase 1(X) . In
consequence Japanese mate
rial and products of every
description have nearly dou
bled in price.
However, as wo had our
largo Christmas order in seve
ral month ago, wo will not
Why trade with firms who
rarr) an aorl incut of goods
that are of infoiior quality or
made by the cheapest labor,
when you can get the best for
the same priceT Wo guaran
tee every article in our store
fo be the very best that tho
Japanese market can produce
and at prices that wore in
vogue Iwtforo war was de
clared. For Ladies
Wo have an assortment of
Articles both Useful and Orna
mental that must please thu
most Fastidious. Kvery lady
is particular about the Hand
kerchiefs she uses. Wo hue
all kinds -Plain, Beautifully
Kinbroidered, Drawn anil
Open Work nil Colors and
Doilies, hand painted anil
embroidered, Crepe Silk
Sushes, Silk and Crepe Shawls,
and a variety of Scarfs. Wo
also received a large variety
of Silk Dress Uoods.
We have Silk Shirts-white
and colored -either plain or
embroidered; Cravats, Nock
ties of every variety, shade
ami shape, Smocking Jackets
and Caps, that are a pleasure
to wear, and Silk and Cotton
Pajamas that are comfortable
and well made; also the two
extremes Straws Hat and
Nothing iu Honolulu can
approach the small order of
Hoots that wo hae. They
were made by the best Japa
nese Mechanics, and wo guar
antee tho quality, stylo, fit
and finish Calf, Patent
Leather and Tau.
Articles, such as Tea Cosies
for covering Tea Services, etc.
Fine Table and lied Covers,
and pretty Chair Hacks wo
have iu profusion.
Also some Menu Cards for
Thuuksgiviug, Christm-tH and
New Year's that are pretty
Rujoy Christmas princi
pally because thoy receive luve
otloriogs from parents and
friends, A good present to
giwta boy is one of our But
ter 11 y Pius, and a nice present
for your girl can bo had by
getting one of our Hooks of
Fairy Tales, they aro made of
fine (hope paper profusely
Illustrated and the Stories aro
translated from Old Japanese
A lill'm1 llHSOllllllMlt
lltl: jtlsl lll'l'll If
reived per "It. 1'.
liifltot" ami "('. ).
Hryntil," mid more
to in rive per "Trim-
ttO&J &, Co.,
No. 74 Kllxig Street.
mil & lmV'
lMI'UUTKItH, WHOI.KS.M.K AND IIIM'Mb DKAI.KKJ IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Stroma
is IlnllK! without II
.,, ii Hffiiiu
in Mot nor without -
What 1 1
' is Jlal without a , '
;j Pair of ';
105 Fort Street, i;
O. R. & L. Co.
rfeanksciYiiig Dy, Nov, 29,
I'KAHI. ( ITY A IM'.il'ltN:
Ht CI1188, 7ftc. 2d OliiBB, 50c
KWA I'l.AMMTION A UKTl'UN:
Ht OIhbb, $1. 2d Class, 70o
Trullit k-uvn lloniiliilii at 1:114.
H.itmt l:l'i 1. M,
CUiO. . DI3NISON,
't '! HuN9riiituiit'tiit.
Wire -:- Nails
W1LDEU T CO., J 1).
Every variety, stylo
ttml price in the
Fit ru it lire lino. Tlio
best nttd most va
ried in Honolulu.
Cull and inspect otir
fiom sll the Ol.lir.lKl
Kurt rlrtluttir Uiilti-tl
Christmas Cards !
ORIGIN A Ii
Water Color Cards or
Bond SouiMthing Huwiitlan to Your
KING BROS.' ART STORE
"Fl otel Street
Real Estate and Loans
Tho I'liliiriif mem of thu LOAN Miirknt
mi mn tu I'uVi r thu wniitH uiul iicnmMik'x ot
tin' lurpt miiiihur ol Iiuiki uhlu . j Iu who
art not owikth of iinllioniiilicrfil Itfiil
Ktntii wiis oimof the mosl nocussary Inno
vations of turrnt yunrH. To ninny It Iihh
nirnnt rclh'f from prbis'lm,' I'livlnu t thu
vi'ry tlmu when intiitt ebM-iitliO. Winn
iiiciixrl) itiul honomlily uomhii'toil thlt
luibliKiM is of iimlly K"'1" ImjiorNiii-o
mil viiluo to thu roininuiilt.x a lliillillnt;
mnl l.o:in AisoclatloiiN hnvu (irovud llii'in
flvwi to hf.
Tbe Hawaiian Investment Go.
MiiIuh n ici lally of NeROtlntlUK B'"1 ''f0
iMirliiK limiis for Uorniwvr who uru nn
11I1I1M0 tllieoiint their Nomi tit thu llanka
nml who do not rare to ohllu'iitu thuiii
huWi'h 10 ximiti frlundor ui'iiitiilntuiiuu hy
nkkliiL' liin uiuli rn'iiifntH 10 tlii'lr Not.
TIiIh Company will nmUu I.uaii upon
II V lirillllllll, IHNiiii wh""l
iIiiIoh. W'uuoiin, 1'urrlneet uiul
I ....!. .k llln.iiij llri.tiiiu
PiTxniuil I'riniTiv wit limit reinovlnu thu
I'rniMtrty from thu llorrowor'H iosseMilon.
nml ull lmlnuhH will Iih cnmhtuU-il on a
bTKIOTI.Y UONl'IDTlAl. UAB18.
Tbe Hawaiian iRveatment Co.,
Gksuiial U:au Estate Aqiixts,
Uaiid 16 Knaluiinaijii bljtela,
(.NrBr I'.irtomce )
Mutual Telephone G3U.
On R1UDA.Y, Nov. :0tl,
THK KNTlrti: Hl'OCK OK
WENNEU & CO.
Will l Kohl at thu
On Kurt Hlri'ft
1 I'll IIO 1118 Hi No II Kll-
I wiilithuo, iiiiiiilM nmr of
I thu uimrcli. lliu U
IF YOUR SHAFTS RATTLE
Yi to us, as
tler, is tho only sure thing in the world.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No TO Queen Street.
in tho most puri'uet dentifrico yd discovered.
It h nianufnctnrcd after a ccliiintted formula now
in our possession. The mnteriaU us 1 me the purest
obtainable; contains nothing deleterious to the teeth
or puiiis, and its use cannot be otherwise thuii pleas
ant and beneficial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the pret-er-vation
of their teeth, do them harm by using a tooth
powder containing excessive ''gtit." Daily applied
such dentifrices are calculated not only to injure, the
enamel by excesuivr friction, but hurt the gums.
A trial of Ai.oiia. Tooth Powdkk will convince
anyone of it merits ami the advantage of uVuig a
dentifrice of the purity of which they can be certain.
It is attractively put up, and will be sure to please
you iu every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner ITort At 'io.-! &.r
Prom Recent Direct Importation
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. LAR-GKHJ ASSORTMENT,
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be boiled and llltered.
The Only Rkmaiu.k Watbu Fii.tku is the Slack k
BrownlOW. They are nude on MMeiitilie pr'n eiples. Q'hey
are accessible in all parts ami can be readily cle.med.
1WCIFJC HARDWARE CO., L'D
GOUNIilt FOItr & MiiltCllANT STUI2KTS.
bring your Carriage
wo arc the exclusive
makers of the Carlson Shaft
Spuing, which, as tin anti-rat