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MUSICAL SOCIETY FOBKED.
New Goods of Every Description
and of the Veiy Latest Designs
just arrived from the Coast per
'bark "Bryant," at prices to suit
Hotel Street, "Kobinson Block."
Bell 525 TELEPHONES Mutual 646
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 869,
New Goods 1 Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
BOI.ID OAK HKDKOOM BKTB,
80KA8, LOUNOKH, WAKDltOIIKH,
MIKKOKS, MOULMNUB, KTO., KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
l'er Jtoll ot 40 Yards, H'.'.U).
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages 1
Pianos for Rent ! Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179. TELEPHONES -Mntnal 76.
Buccrnoni to 0. K. Wllllniiis.
609 AND 611 KING- STREET.
411 NUUANU STKEK1.
Importer and Dealer id hdiiiu Dry aid Fancy Ms
lAtilet' Warei of erery description. Ainu, fresh line ot Cblnese Ooods.
Pongee Ss "Wliite Sills. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings !
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
gm- Kit Onarauteil. 1'riccn Moderate, -tt
99" 1-u-bu.a.l Teleiplione B42
TiiiWHOMB no p. o box m
IMl'OUTEK AND DKALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Prttli Cilllornla Roll Batter and Island finttei
0T ALWAYS ON HAND m
lei Goods Bscelved by Ever; Steamer from San Francisco
mp All Orders faithfully attend to. Batlbfaaion iruaranu-ed Itlioi.i Oritara
OlUmad and packed wltn care.
Lincoln Huxik, Kino Strkkt, Hrr. Fht no Alakk hTwaeru.
MOTH TBU.r'HONKB 240
LEWIS & CO..
Ill JfOKT 8TRMKT.
Importers, Wholesale k Retail Grocers
Profision Dealers k Naval Supplies
Imk Oeeii by Every California Bteuier.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
ItX.MDw OlDIM HOLIOlTlD, Mf$ fF" SiTIUfinTIOM GtTAIUHTMD.
EL E. MoINTYliE & HIM).,
Groceries, - Provisions and Feed.
Maw Goodi UaoalTMl by Krory i'aoket from th Kaitern rJUt and Buropa,
fKK8H . OALIKORNIA JMIODUOIS - J1Y KVKHY 8TKAUKII
All Ordara faithfully attainted to and Uoodi Dtdlrtrttl to an?
Part of the Oltr HIIKK.
ItLtMB OWM MoUOITRD, H.TInraUTION bUAaaNTMA
uar OOUNBK FOKT and kino htuhkth,
f II HOX tfrt
1. O. HOX 116
Beginning on November 1,
1801, I intend giving my
Customers a chance to win a
Prize and not only One Prize
On next TIIUK6DAY,
November 1st, every Man,
"Woman or Child who buys
$1.00 worth of goods at my
Store (Temple of Fashion )
will be presented with a Cou
pon Ticket, ami on December
20th, the person holding the
largest number of Tickets
will be entitled to the Kimt
Prize, and this Prize will
Finest Silk Dress Pattern
in our Store. To the person
boliliug the second largest
number of Tickets
An Elegant French Cush
mere Dress Pattern
will be given. The Third
Prize will be an
Ostrich Feather Fan
Vnlunl at $1(1;
and the Fomth Prize will be a
Fine Pair of
Valued nt $(1.30.
The people of Honolulu
have patronized the Tkmim.k
ok Fashion- liberally since
its removal to the new quar
ters at 510 Fort street, and
the Managers appreciate this
hence these Prizes. There
are probably one hundred la
dies in Honolulu who will
buy enough Dry Goods be
tween November 1st and De
cember 21th to win one of
the above Prizes. Our stock
is new and has been carefully
selected for the Winter Holi
day Trade enpeeially is this
true of our Dioms Patterns.
AVe have been to an infinite
amount of trouble but suc
ceeded in getting the latest
similes and most beautiful de
signs; this applies to our
bilks and Cashmeres. Our
Ginghams, Lawns, White
Muslins and Flemish Lawns
are the equal (both in price
and quality) of those sold by
any house in Honolulu ; also
Black Satins and Silks a spe
cialty. Christmas Goods,
Toys, etc., in endless variety.
Gloves that lit like the paper
on the wall.
And remember that, for
every $1.00 worth of Goods
you buy you get a Coupon.
cs All these Prizes will
be shown in our window next
Temple of Fashion
nil) FORT STREET.
M. 0. Sii,va, i : : : : : JW.
It Organizes at a Goodly Gathering
ox Leading Kuaiclaua.
About twenty members of the old
Amateur Musical Socioty met last
evening at the residence of Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh for tho purpose of
disbanding. The meoting was call
ed to order with Mr. Mackintosh in
the chair. Mr. F. J. Lowrey acted
as Secretary. It was resolved that
the Society disband, and the grand
piano and cash iu hand be presented
to the Young Men's Christian Abso
elation on the understanding that
the proposed new musical organiza
tion bo allowed the use of the Y. M.
O. A. hall and piano for rehearsals.
Tho book containing the records of
tho society was donated to the His
torical Society. It makes very inter
esting roadiug. Tho society then
After a short recess, those present
were again called to order for the
purposo of starting a new iuuiial
organizarion. Mr. Mackintosh was
asked to preside and Wray Taylor
was appointed secretary.
Miss Grace Richards said she had
been asked to form a chorus. It
would be absolutely necessary for
them to have rules and regulations.
She was of the opinion that thero
was a decidedly good field for chor
us work in Honolulu.
It was moved and carried that
those present form a Musical Society,
those present to bo tho charter mem
bers. Another motion that carried was
that a committor of three be ap
pointed to draw up a Constitution
and Bylaws to report at a future
meeting, taking the Constitution
and Bylaws of the old society as a
guide. Miss Richards, Miss Hop
per and Yv. V. Hall were the com
Another committee consisting of
Miss Richards, Mrs. C. L. Wight,
Miss von Holt and T. M. Starkoy
was appointed to canvass for musi
Tho charter uioinlwrs will meet
next Tuesday ovoning iu tho Y. M.
C. A. hall to receive the reports of
the committees, and for further
SENT OFF THE BHA.0H.
Sailors Who Didn't Want to Loiwo
but Had to Uo.
Tho three deserting sailors who
were returned to tho British bark
Cadzow Forest yesterday caused the
police no end of trouble. Captain
Patterson had a hard time gettiug
them to the Police Station. The
deserters had boon heard to say that
thin was a nice placo to "beach,"
and they intended to stay hore. Tho
men had boon staying uptown at
times, and, from tho character the
mate gave thorn, it is not improb
able that they have committed some
of the petty larcenies reported. Cap
talu McluncK didn't care whether the
men were takeu on board or not,
but was given to understand that ho
had to take them. There were
enough iMtauhcombers iu the city al
ready. One of the men had n knife
when arrested, and tho recollection
of tho sad ending of Ollicer Kau
hauo urged 011 I'attoreun the neces
sity of prompt action, and ho rush
ed the mau to the Station iu double
quick order. There was uo brutal
handling as reported.
Preparing for Christmas.
Mrs. Boardui.in's "Ka Mailo" stock
in nearly all Mild and anticipating n
heavy demand for Christmas goods
slio ordered a line line of Fancy
Articles, etc., they will arrive on
the next Australia. Her large
and commodious lauai will Imj fitted
up an a shou room. All Iter old
mistonmrn and tint Honolulu people
iu general am invited to inspect thin
iiiaguiliceul Mock or Chrintman
At Williams' Siiulio are to Im mm
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a Kpocialty of. Lantern
Sliden for lecture by the net or
AN UNKUK.NIHHKI1 COTTAUK KOK
ri. family uf four, Mihurli.i prcfrr'eil.
Ilsnf 4(ly .. II., llmimlu OlUce.
JIKIIKIIY rilltillll ANY AND A I.I.
1 Ihtmiiu from IuikIIiik ir K"I"K uimmi
my inijriy known u 1'imioii, llmrlit uf
hwu, O1.I111. J. 1. DuWHKIT.
iliniiilulu, Nov. L'7, lbltl. lllls-'Jrt'
I JIAVK THIS DAY. by hh-HiiI power
of ailurnry, npiHiiutiUniyMiii, KAwnril
DoMHftt, 10 trui. nia ull my InmltH nt In ri
unnl to my property on ibe Island of
M'l'il. , J. 1. IIOWSKIT.
Honolulu, Nov. 17, Ih'.H. ll'.is.'n-
D UKI NO MY AI1SKNCK KKOM THK
Hawaiian Inland, Vim Kfttmuk U
n tbor led iimler fnll power uf nttiiriicy to
transmit nil Ims.tiua-. fur un.
,, . VIM IUION.
Honolulu, Nov -7, IH'.H. ll'H-lw
X appointed .Mr Mm Seartrek muler
iuu jMiwtr 01 nuoniHy m c
DtanUliiK ilebtn for our linn.
WlNO ON WO A. CO.,
.... Vim Qtion
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1WI. ills-lw
FOR SALE CHEAP
A8IIIIUY IN VKKY
Uiiml llepalr. Aluo
n fw llrnkeH both New
ami Ht'iiitiil-liuncl. Aimiv to
W. W WllKlllT.
Honoliilii Currlni(ii M'l'y.
NOTI0K IS IIKUkIiY (1IVKN THAT
all i'IuIiiim uKiillo.t tlm Criterion hit.
loon will Imi t.utllei by Mr Jiih, K. Mor
khii, nml nil ouUlnmlliiit anuunlH due the
l!rlli;iliMi HiiIihiii ami tlm JoIiIiIiik boiiMii.f
I,. 11, Dee up In thtt iiIhivh ibiUt Mre pnynlile.
to Mr. I .. II, Dee. All bllU iiKlmit L 11.
Dee. pleam prenviit Immrilliitely for pity
III". U (l, DKK.
iiuiiuliiln, Out. 3, 18UI. MJ-3m
As a Rule
You do not got moro llinn
your money's worth when
you mnke a purchase; and n
grant ninny times not quite
Your good common sense
will toll you that most con
cerns, if they fulfilled the
pledges mnde in their adver
tisements, could not Inst six
months. "Look Aiiout"
nml with your good judg
ment decide who really
carries the best selected
stock; whoso goods are of tho
"Finkst Quality;" who
gives "Tin-: Most 1'on Tun
My goods combine tho
quality, with as low a price
ns same goods can ho pur
chased nnywhere. Such
lines as I carry, cannot bo
purchased by remaining nt
homo and writing for them;
and for that reason I make
my yearly trips to the mar
kets of the World. Ticking
up a new lino hore, a few
pieces there, until I have
gathered together every
thing new and desiiablo in
my many lines.
You'd he astonished to
get ii FINE UMHHFLLA,
handsomely carved head,
with a lino stylish cane to
match, both mounted in
8 . 5 O.
The set for this is about
what a cane nlono used to
cost; and yet this is what
wo are ollering you now;
and this is only one of many
articles at popular prices
ollvred this season by
H. F. WIGBMAN,
m gathering together the
unual choice array of Holi
day Suppli'8 at Thrum's
U ORT-STHKKT bTORK, Which
for variety in carefully ree
lected rooiIh from larin,
New York, Philadelphia
and S.in Praucinco renders
this long established store
of Holiday "NovcltieH in all
tho lines of Dolls and Doll
Sundries, Toys and GumtH,
Wagons, Carriages, Rock
ing IJorses, Mioollies, Velo
cip di s, Tool Chests, Cro
quet Set", Kli cks, Juvenile
and Toy Books, Etc., Etc.
of Christmas Noveltien, Sty
lish Stationery, with a line
assortment of I .eather
Goods in Purees, Magazine
Covers, Card Cases, "Writ
ing and Traveling Cases,
Albums, Etc., give oppor
tunity for choice selections
at moderate prices.
Yet to Arrive
Marble Statuary, Presenta
tion and Mis. elluneous
Book, more Dolls, latest
designs in Indian "Work
and Jion-Bon Basket also
a large stock of Crepe. Tis
sue Papeis iu ohoiccr-t co
lors and tint edgi s,
thos. g7 thrum,
100 Fort Street.
Turkeys for Tlwiiksgiviiig
Good Fat CoTifed Turk,ys
ion TIUNKMIIYINU AT THK
Waikiki Poultry Yard.
Mb Ottlem to be left wilb
t). W. MAUKAIU.ANK,
ul Maufarlutiu.V t'o.'a,
O. B. DWIQHT
Dora all klmii of Work in
Oment & Stone Sideiaiks & Curbing.
Ha liaNiiu liamla law aupply ol Cli.
iimm (irHiile Curb ami nlwny. ln Ha
wallnil OurbliiK Hltinu. KtliiiNltt itlven
ami loneil prluta uied, llollTelei'liimo
Prices below any other
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
Mutual Telephoae 507.
Ball Telephoae 460
mT A ivi n ' j n
IBB 10-MU8 ROaCl RaC8!
A BIG SCOOP
Wlm Klnt Time l'rlrc.
Seror.il t'iace I'rlto.
llotb Itlilera M tunltst on "Clcvtlaml"
A. 1. (1. Atkinson, wbo nrantlcHllv
won lint pUut, rode a machine. Iltteil Willi
lilt veianu Jire.
taV "O htmIhii I" Hi0T('le and Tlre are
fat, rnn'lilerliiir itiem wer only tlirte
"'lev landi" in tlm Itaee.
H. E. WAbKHR. Agent
MortSft;oo'ij Notice of Intontion to
IN AUI'OKDANUK WITH THK HIO
vUIoiih of u ceriuin iof ikho niHile by
OharlrH II. Wil'Oii of Honolulu, Oahu, ut
0nri; 1'. TowuhhiiiI. ol Haiti llnnolu u,
imtiiil AuKitai lltb, A. I). lbUl.a'nl reco ilrti
in the OIIIck of Itejintmr of Conveyanem.,
in H ok 1 17. piea 478, 47naU ia', notl.e
In litreby kIjimi thai tli said (leurtsit V,
TowiiKenil, mor'mkeii, intu.u'H to foreoloHx
tlm mill m.rl. iio for cu 'id it Ion b" ken, to
Wit: nni,.p ..viu nt uf prlnoipiil when due,
NoiIom U u)wi beiebv xiveu Unit. Hie iro
pcrty eovereil hy -nld inortt'0 will be
old at I'ubllu Alivtl'in, ill tlieAucton
lloomof Jan K. Moikhii, In nail! Honolulu,
On SATUItDAY, Deomabor 22, 18111,
AT VI O'UU0K NOON
'Ibe 1'iopeny rovu'til by mid mo'lgURe
in deacrilied us 'oIIowb; All iliHtieruin
nleivor pu'oil of lund uliunleat Kit uuku
bun, In inlil Honolulu, bounded and ilea
cribeil as fodowd, v z : CiiniinencInK at
Ibe uuitku corner of Yduiik ami I'tlkol
sireetH anil ruiinliiK In an eau rly dlrtc
tlou bIoiik Young Htieet U1U-H feet, tlienoe
In a nortluriv direoiinu 1AO feet, tlienoe in
uweterly dltiction to 1'iikol attcel 210.U
feet, tbtmuln a ontlierlv il rectlon alnng
Pilkol Btreet 1W.H feet to place of com
iiiuncement contalulug an are of 731-1(110
of an acre.
OKOKUK 1'. TOWNHKNU.
rpilK UNllKUSlUNKl), H. KOCKK,
X Hluneu in ISankrtipt y of tbu l'.
of M.O, I'oriun, llllo, given ni.tiue to
orudltorH of mild bankrupt who buvu proved
their claluiu, tlmt be ban llleil bin aeuouul
h Ah Ikhho anil u pet.tluu for illHubarue,
ituil tbal Im will prubeut tbe huiiiu fur
allowuiieu to tbu Hon, W. A. Wliltluu',
Circuit J mice of tbu Klr.t Circuit, on 1'Itl
HAY, November W), IMil, IMIl, at Iu c'ulock
A, M , lit wliliib time mill plaeu uny pemou
Inloreii.ed can be lioa.rU.
AtklKtiee of tbu IC.tale uf M, U, Uorren.
Homilulll, Nov. '.M, Ititll. llUO-lt
AJAniTPN Minilmurerof l-'anny
. JAUUbll, WniUKht Iron Kenuea
fur Ibirial litu, lienlileiiuuii, Oanltum, Jlitl.
ronieii, eto, Uululi ktrvot. nenny uppoultu
llell Totter. U7HI
Standard Flour iu Market.
will conduct a General For
warding and Express Busi-nor-H
between the entire group
of Islands. Wo make our
selves responsible for all Pack
ages und Goods scut by u-.
We have responsible Audits
at all ports touched by fcteam
Our Express Wagons will
call for and deliver to any
pint of the city.
Baggage Checked direct to
destination from hotel or resi
Packages and money sent
ty our Expre-s hystem are
guaranteed for their full va-
Our Agents board all in-
Baggage and Goods stored
three days free of charge.
' Kgr Place of Business:
! Hotel and Union strcetH.
j Both Telephones 179,
IS THE OREAT 1wi
NERVE TONIC, i
STRENGTH - BUILDER.
ami break up
lity, ami drives
font every elo
miy other all-
lTOlSjo-'4 V tsA i
menl ariilm; from Iminire blniul, should take
A)cr'n Kamaparllla. It clvvn strength to
thu eak, unit hillliU up the K)Stem eeuer
nlly. lly Its uiu food It made nniirlshliiK,
sleep relreshliiB, and life oujuyable.
HIGHEST AWARDS AT THE
World's Great Expoiltiont.
Mudo bf Dr. J.O.Ayer ACo, Lowell,Mtlt.,U.R.A.
tjhiivnif of ilit'Kji liiiltHtluui, The uaiii
A)er' hiirnuimrlflu Ii iirmnlnnit on the
riiii'r,uiul It CIuhii Iu thu utui.ut tcU ut
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole AKunta for tbo Uepubllo of Hawaii
IN THK OIKUUIT OK THK KIUST
.liidli'lal Circuit of tbo Hawaiian ltd
utiilH. In I'rolmte. In the matter of tbu
Ktnteof AH HKK, late of Huuulel, Kmial,
On reailliiK nml lllliif the petition of Alt
hint, of Hunalei, Kiimil, partner 111 bust
lii'HB of Bald Ab Hen, iilleL'iiiK tlmt All See,
of Hunalei, Kauai, ilied lutentuto at Haiiu
lei, Kauai, on the u'xth dnv of October, A.
1). Ih'.H, nml prnyiiii; that ltiera of
AilmiulBtriilloii imtuil to 0. Wlnain, of
It Unn'er.'d tlmt Kill HAY, tlufJUt day
of December, A 1), 1MH, I mi mid liern'iy l
UiKiitei for heurlni: Bitbl 1'etltioli, ill tbu
Court Itooiu of HiIb Court, ut Honolulu, at
wliliib lliimiiml plaeu nil pHrKOiincoucurueil
may uppear nml bIiow I'ltuxe, if any they
lute, why Bald I'elitlou nlioilld not bo
Dated Homilulll, H. I., Nov, IV, A, D.
CIIAULUS l I'KTIIIlbON,