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Grocery . Store
32 NIMIANtI STItKKT,
Detwccn Hotel nml KIiir Street, next to '
st-w n11 vn-irim
JTjM MWJN I i ilhj
Hits opened a Plrd-i'l.Tn (Iroeery Store
m above. Me will krep nlw.iys nil hand
the Host niul l'ri'ln"l.
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
Ami iln lili Im'1 to ptenio nil
Pnri'limei dellverrd lo nil nnrtu
of tho City.
Mlia-twal Tcloplion.o 2257.
Bartfonl Ptre Iaiarance Co.,
Loiitu a LuacMhire Fire Ini. Co.,
Taaaea aai Heree j Harlie Ina. Co.,
Nov York Ul Iaa. Co.,
G. 0. BER6ER,
Qeaaral ageat for Hawaiian lalaata.
HtrwMB AUkua and Richards Simla.
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'IM1K UNDKUHIONIU) AUK PKK-
1 pared lo make all kinds of Iron
llrass, limine. Zlno. Tin Hint Uad fast-
InRs. AUob General KepalrBhop for
Hteam Kni'lnes, Klce Mills, Corn Mitlt-,
-vaier wueeis, winu oinu.eic. mncninei
lor th UlHanlnu of IVjIlee, Castor Oils
iieans, Jtamlu, Hlsal, I'iiirapjile lieayet ami
...K w. w..v jmttvw .n.
oilier Miirona rianis ami raiier nioox
Also Machines for KxtractliiK Biarob from
i be Manioc, Arrow ltoot, ate.
All orders promptly attvndad to
WHITE, RITMAN k CO.
- WM.b A'rrKNUTU-
MaDagemeDt and Sale ot Property
Collecting In All Its Branches.
Ornua: No. 42 Merchant Street.
WtPTCTAL T33X.lXIXOW:j53 3 BO
Dishes and Ulamiwnre WauUidl
Clocks, Wfttfliea and Jewelry Wanted'
Old Cold ami Silver Wanted I
OT HlQbMt Pricai Pall I Jtk
114 Klnsr Stroot. Cornor of Alukee.
The Daily Jlullctin, SO venlit pir
month, delivered by currier. i
Bulletin Supplement, November 28,
AKUESTED fc'OU AK30N.
J P. Howell Dots Iuto
Tho police secured sulh'eiont uvi- ,
donee yesterday to warrant the ar
rust of J. P. llowon for arson. There
was a lire in Itonun's residence at
Wnikiki on Friday night last, and
had it not ocen (or tliu prompt as
instance rendered by neighbors t lit
iun,g0 antj jls contents would Iibvh
boon entirely consumed. Tho fin
was extinguished and evidence of
incendiarism was discovered. Uncoil
Liliuokalani owned tho building and
llowon had furniture in the house
insured for 5?fKJ. Upon investiga
tion by the owner's agent it was
found that a lire had been deliber
ately built under the house. A can
noiu iii wio uuor, aim uie piece 01
board cut out replaced and secured
with battens. How en was seen to
leave the house fifteen minutes be
fore tho lire broke out, and the
work could not have been accom
plished in that time.
The following jury was empanelled
by Marshal Hitchcock and an in
quiry was held Monday afternoon:
Charles li. Wilson, Joseph D. Oil
man, W. O. Peacock and M. Davis.
Upon the jury's verdict tho warrant
ot arrest was issued. A bond of
."AXX) was required and the prisoner
1 was unable to secure snlllcleiit
surety, ile spent the night in jail.
i THANKUOIVINO 1)aY.
Church Services and ltccroatloiiB Out
j To-morrow, November 2W, will bo
' Thanksgiving day. The Govern
i ment has proclaimed it as a national
I holiday, and all Government olllccs
I and schoql will have a vacation for
tho day. U. S. Minister Willis has
I requested all Americans sojourning
1 in the Hawaiian Inlands lo attend
Thanksgiving services at the d 'lifer
ent churches. Kuv. Alex. Mnekiu
tosh will hold services in St. An
drew's Cathedral at It) o'clock.
Services will also be held in the
At 8 o'clock there will be a battal
ion drill on 1'alaco Square, after
which the troops will be reviewed
by President Dole. The Govern
ment baud will be in attendance.
At tf: Hi o'clock the (). It. L. I'o. !
will run excursion trains to Pearl
City and Kwii plantation at excur
sion rates. Another train will leave
at 1:15 o'clock in the afternoon.
At 2 o'clock in the afternoon will
ocuur (he meet of the Honolulu
Ccle Itace Meet Association at Ka
i Mrs. W. IS. Meek, who resides at
Camptonville, Cal., sajs her daiigh-
. ter was fur severnl vnirx troiibliul it)
tj,,H wt, Rlivr ,.,,,, j the sto-
uiach, and would be in such agony
...,,, ', , ....III,,
", was necessary to call in a
physician. Having read about
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
L)iarrlui:a Keinedy, she concluded
to try it. She found that it almost
gave prompt relief. It was seldom
necessary to the second dose. "'It
has not only saved us lots of worry
and time," she says, "but also doctor
bills. It is my opinion that every
family should have a bottle of this
remedy in the house." For sale by
all druggists. lSeusou, Smith &
Co,, agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuaiiu streets, lodging by da',
week or month. Terms: -.', and Ml
cents per night; $1 and r'1.2f) per
On Friday Evening, Nov. 30
AT 7:00 O'CIjOCIC
The I'riirnin will rimslnl nl Vocal
JtuitlttttlnliH, Jlrilld, Km., K o.
UK! Ill MIMK.MH Wll.l. Ill Hl.llMll.
Kwong Sing Loy
till Hot St.. "Tnomu Block."
Kuiaai Tntfi. m
P. 0. Box 207. $
Just Received Men's and Boy's Snits !
Colored Tweeds 7 50
DiuLOitalH 7 CO
English Serge G 00
Boy Snits (elegant) G 00
(Jiiiuowe, Japanese and Indian Goods!
K3A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete lino of EnKlinh and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
"Wicknr Were in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
WIELAND - EXTRA - PAT.E
2 SCIJ00N8RS FOR 25 CENTS
Commercial -:- Saloon
n&RHY KIXMMC, Mauiger.
I'nr. Niiiisnii A- IliTi-tulti Ht., Honolulu.
The Only Sporting iluus" Id Town.
O. P. S. a Specialty
Lohengrin Liger Beer
A ways ou Dr.iugbt. 2 tosses for 25c
ll.xl of WIiipn, I.'iiiiiri Mini ri(jnr
rt. I.HIIAW, Proprietor.
and Fino Boor
HKI.I. TKI.KI'IIONK llll.
Cur. King nml Niiiiiiiiii Street, llemiliilu.
I.IMITKH MIMIIKU W BMAUK.b
in 'lie 8"llt'i KdlH 'nrl'e I limpuuy
'I'ln I'oiiip'iuy litiH m-iiilH-il live liiiuilrcd
Hiiri'H nl felli'n IiiiiiI In (I'unliuiiV ill I 'ai ill 'J,
South Kiiiik, Hi-Mill, itltuiii tliri'c niul one
liulf liillei (rein lliinpiiliiii IhiiiUiik. Tim
111 11,1 in llliiiuit; the hot fur i-iiIU'C f-ri I UK
III Komi, the coil cuiisUtliiKuf ver rlitliu-ii
and i':ihlly worKnl A nrt;e iiiiiiiIiit of
tliurut tin Vi- iilii'.ul) Ijiuii tniliM'rllii'd for.
tW Apply in
J. M. MONHAKKAT,
CiirlHrlnlil'r, llliH'k, .Mciclmnl htreet,
M. T. DOiNNJiLL,
PATKNTKI AND MII.K MANUKAIITl'IIKII
New Patenied Poi Straiaer
lWf All OmIitm or ('omiiiiiitliHtleiih
iiililri-i-i'il In K U. II ill A Hon, ,',
(ulm IiiiVi tlii'lli mi wile), or In .M. T.
Piinui'll, will n-rnlve priinipt uttcnlioii.
81-08 ling 81., mr liinkii li.
Mntaal Tele. 680.
P. 0. Bn 107,
Bavo Half tho Amount of Your Oil
BIU Through Bavins In Pigmant.
Kvery imiutcr should uso Liicol in
steatl of Liusccd Oil, hecause:
l.ucoi. Im more ifuniMc than Unseed
l.ucoi. Is more tcuwwxieal than
Six years of iictual uso iu exterior
Iioiikii p.duliiig iu California (tho
most trying climate, for paints), in
the burning hunt of the Arizona Des
ert, tliu Arctic uolil of Alaska, and on
the Atlantic coast, have fully and
practically shown that Luoot. always
outwears Linseed Oil under tliu sumo
conditions. All tliu iicid works in
Kau Kruucihco have discurded Lin
seed Oil for l.nciii..
1M.UKTKATE Til 18 YOURSELF.
1'ul strong Ammonia on LiiiBced and
Lucol paints. The Linseed paints
nru destroyed iu a few minutes; tho
Lucol paints are practically unatloct
cd. I'UOOF THAT LUCOL 18 MORE
Break up 1-f lbs. paste white lead
in due pint of Luuoi., and tho same
Humility iu one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread tliu paints ou similar dark
biirfucus for comparison. The Lucol
paint spreads as fur as and covers
much better than the Linseed paint.
To gel cipudly good covering with tho
Liiirccd mint you have to use 2J lbs.
of white lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of lb. of
p.isto lead to each pint of Lticoi. used,
or li IIin to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half the
llrsl cost of the Lucoi,.
Lucoi. ib not iu competition with
cheap Liusccd Oil substitutes,
Agents tor the HtviiliD Islands