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New Goods of Every Description
and of the Very Latest Designs
just arrived from the Coast per
bark "Bryant," at prices to suit
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Hotel Street, "Jtobinson Mock."
Bell 525 TELEPHONES - Mutual G45
Pioneer Furniture House
HlSTA-BLiISHElD 1 SB.
New Goods I Latest Designs ! Largest Stock 1
801.11) OAK IlKimOOM bKTH,
HOKAH, UIUNUK8, WAIUMOllKH,
MIKUOltS, MOUI.IIINUH, KTO., KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
l'er Kolt of 40 Yards, I2.UI.
And a Pine Quality for $9 por Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76.
(Hnccrsinr to 0. K. Williams.)
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
411 NUUANU STKKKT.
Importer wi Dealer n Bonpi dry ul Fancy Hoods
lAtllei' Warn of every description. AInu, Iresli line ol Chinese Uixxls.
Pongee 8e "Wliite Silk. Fajetmeis
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings I
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
Cf Kit Guaranteed, l'ricea Moderate,
" EtituiELl Telephone
Beginning on November 1,
1801, I intend giving my
Customers a chance to win a
Prize and not only One Prize
On next THURSDAY,
November 1st, every Mini,
"Woman or Child who buys
$1.00 worth of goods at my
Store (Temple of Fashion)
will be prtsented with a Cou
pon Ticket, and on December
lilith, the person holding the
largest number of Tickets
will be entitled to the Hirst
Prize, and this Prize will
Finest Silk Dress Pattern
in our Store. To the
holding the Hccnnd
number of '1 ickets
An Elegant Freuch Csh
mere Dress Pattern
will be given.
Prize will be an
P O mix T7
C11AS. 11 U STACK.
IMPOUTEK AND DKALER (N
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR ana TEED.
Prub California Roll Batter and Island Batter
0T ALWAYS ON HAND J0
lei Goods BecelYAd by Ever; Steamer (rom Sun Francisco
mf AJl OrdTi faithfully attend to. BalislaiitUin Kiiaraiiinro l.i.no umtri
MltoiUd and packed wltli care.
Limoolm Block, Kino Stbket, Hut. Font and Ai.akk Sibkkts.
BOTH TILBFHONKB 240-
P It MO 'W
LEWIS & CO..
Ul FOKT STKEKT.
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Pnwk CkoO ky Bverr CalilornU Steamer
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
llUWM OlDEM SoUOlTKD. Jfd M0 HiTltf FACTION GCXBANTKCD.
TBIJiftiONJI 93 V. O. HOX MS
H. E. MoINTYRK & MHO.,
mroBTiBa amp utkutw i
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Haw Ooodi Kaoclvml by KYry 1'ncket from the KanUrn BUUii and Jturnpa.
rHB8B CALIFORNIA PUODUCJli - BY EVKRY . STKAURH
All Ordare faithfully atumdeil to and (lootli JJellvurart to any
Karl ol Ida (Illy KKKK.
IfLAMIi UlDIH SOMOITID. SATISFACTION QlUaalimu.
AIT UOItNMK FOJCT AND KINO BTKKKTH,
Ostrich Feather Fan
Viilurd at fin;
and the Fointh Prize will be a
Fine Pair ol'
Valued at VWU
The people of Honolulu
have patronized the Tkmim.k
ok Fashion liberally hinee
its removal to the. new quar
ters at filO Fort street, and
the Managers appreciate this
hence ttiei-e Prizes. There
are probably one hundred la
dies in Honolulu who will
buy enough Dry CJoods be
tween November 1st and De
cember 21th to win one of
the above Prizes. Our stock
is new and has been carefully
selected lor the Winter Holi
day Trudc opcchuly is this
true of our Drcns Patterns.
We have been to an inliuite
amount of tumble but suc
ceeded in getting the latent
shades and most beautiful de
signs; this applies to our
bilks and Cashmeres. Our
Ginghams, Lawns, White
Muslins und 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. Chribtmas CJoods,
Toys, etc., in endless variety.
Cloven that lit like the paper
on the wall.
And remember that, for
every 1.(K) worth of Hoods
you buy you get a Coupon.
fvaf- All these i'l
be shown in our window
OV.BR THE PRISON WALL.
Three Men in Durance for Being
Poor Regain Sweet Liberty.
Three stowaways who woro recent
ly landed here from the S. S. Mio
worn escaped from the Police Sta
tion yard, where they had been con
fined to await transportation back
to Vancouver. They got over the
fence adjoining the Carawright pre
mises with the assistances of planks.
During the past mouth the Marshal's
oflico was renovated, and Turnkey
Harry Evans was called yesterday
morning by the Marshal to have his
office cleaned. Evaus and trusties
went upstairs and while they were
engaged there the men escaped.
Two native boys saw the men got
ting over the wall and notified a
policeman. The latter paid no heed
and the boys called out to Evaus.
Evans rushed down the stairs,
sprainintr his knee slightly, only to
bo too late. The men had escaped.
Thoy had been given the freedom of
the yard and given everything thoy
wanted. Clerk Hammer could not
give their names, as ho could not
ideutify them. The men came from
Vancouver and were strangers to
their four companions, who still re
main in prison.
Turnkey Evans and Hammer se
cured buggies last night and rode
about town, lookiug tor the men
but Wore unsuccessful. The police
are confident they will catch the
men, as they have nothing but the
bare clothes they have on them.
Thoy were loaned shirts and other
little things by the police.
Electric light Superintendents.
A reader of the Uullktix corrects
a statement as to the first superin
tendent of the Government electric
Unlit works. D. B. Smith the pro
moter started tho plant, and . O.
Faulkner was the first superintend
ent. W. Eassio was tho next, being
succeeded by G. M. Smyth, who had
his hand maimed by a burning wire
in n thunder storm. By the way.
successive Governments nave treated
Mr. Smyth rather shabbily, refusing
employment to him although he is
capable for many kinds of work.
Messrs. Lockwood and Tat lor in
turn preceded Mr. Casidy, the pre
Dan Phillips, engineer of a Santa
Fu passenger train, is added to the
roll of heroes. When he came in
sight of tho bridge over Hlack river,
the bridge and trestle were enve
loped in liamos. It seemed impossi
ble to stop the train and avert a
catastrophe, yet, while many of tho
trainmen jumped for their lives,
Phillips remained at his post, liy
his churls the train was stopped
within a few feet of tho bridge, and
saved from plunging into the fifty
foot gulch Ih)1ow.
Hawaiian Historical Society.
At tho Annual Meetiug of tho
Historical Society to be held in the
V. M. 0. A. Hall at 7;M p. in., besides
the election of officers, and the
usual routine business, some inter
esting letters will be read, and a
paper giving "Personal Itomiuis
ceuces of Kamehameha V." These
meetings are open to the public, and
as the paper to be read is not in
tended for publication, all interest
ed in some curious items of Hawai
ian history will be sure to be present
Preparing tor Christinas.
Mrs. Iloardman's "Ka Maile" stock
is nearly all sold and anticipating a
heavy demand for Christmas goods
she ordered a lino line of Fancy
Articles, etc., they will arrive on
tho next Australia. Her largo
and commodious lanai will be tilted
up as n show room. All her old
customers and the Honolulu peotile
in general are invited to inspect this
magnificent slock of Christmas
No one is better qualified to judge
ol the month ol an article than the
dealer, because ho bases his opinion
on tho experience of all who use it.
Messrs. C. F. Moore A: Co., New
berir. Ore., i-av: "We sell more of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy than
all others put together, and it al
ways gives good satisfaction " Mr.
J. F. Allou, Fox, Ore., hays: "I be
lieve Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy
to be the best 1 have handled." Mr.
W. II. Hitchcock, Columbus, Wash.,
says: "Chamberlain's Cough itemedy
sells well and is highly praised by
all who use it." For sale by all
druggihts. lienson, Smith & Co.,
agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Laborors on tho Panama canal are
striking for more pay. They get .'Hi
cents to 40 cents a day, and find
themselves, which they want in
creased to 60 cents.
As a Rule
Temple of Fashion
filit FOIIT RTKEFr.
M. G. Siuva, :::::: IW.
You do not gel more than
your money's worth when
you mnkc n purchase; and a
great many limes not quite
Your good common sense
will tell you that most con
cerns, if they fulfilled tho
pledges made in their adver
tisements, could not Inst six
months. "Look Aiiout"
and with your good judg
ment decide who really
carries tho host selected
stock; whose goods are of tho
"Fixkst Quality;" who
gives "Tiik Most Foil Tiik
My goods combine the
quality, with as low a price
ns same goods can ho pur
chased anywhere. Such
lines as I carry, cannot ho
purchased by remaining nt
homo and writing for them;
and for that reason t make
my yearly trips to tho mar
kets of the World. Picking
up a new lino here, a few
pieces there, until I have
gathered together every
thing new and desiiahle in
my many lines.
You'd ho astonished to
get a KINK UMHHKLLA,
handsomely carved head,
with a line stylish enne to
match, both mounted in
The set for this is about
what a cane alone used to
cost; and yet this is what
we are olfering you now;
and this is onlv one of manv
articles at popular prices
oll'ered this season by
H. F. WICBMAN,
Finest V Bread
IS MADE FUOM
"Wliiter ! Stronger !
Priees below any other Standard Flour in Market.
Theo. H. Davies te Co., L'd.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER & CO., L'd.
JIKUllHY Ktlltllll) ANY ANIl A I.I.
J I'lTMin-. from IhihIIhk or colny, upon
my niK'riy known iih I'uuln.i. nUirli't ul
Hum, (Mm. J. 1. IIOWSKIT.
Honolulu, Nov. '.'7, Iblll. U'.w-Uw
KAMEHAMEHA. OIllLS' BOUOOL.
fPIIK KIKHT TKUM Ol-' KA.MKIIA
1 MI'IU (UMIJt'Ki linen, i,imi WKIlNKS
DAY, I ff. UHli. ApplM Mtlftim (or itlinl
lon my Ixj mid refill lo.Mlm I'lii'i; fillit-r
nt KHiiitilmni'liM Mtnuhl, in ul tui. llu.
witUnn KliulrrKiufvii Itooiu, (Jiu'cn Kuiiiui
Hull, MilurilMV inoriilni!! Imiu II lo i
liru Him will Im litfHiiwI to iiiM't niuili.
CHIltH. I'hr lit. Hun In I'Kly UMl llnlliir. it
ymr. No iu Icaiilu ruuolvctl uiuIitiwhIvo
yerauliK, Hb3 tl
is withering together the
iiMinl ehoiee array of Holi
day Supplies at Tiiim'm's
Fout-stukkt Stow-:, which
for variety in carefully ne
lected goods from Paris,
"Now York, Philadelphia
and San Francisco renders
this long established store
of Holiday Novelties in all
the lines of Dolls and Doll
Sundries, Toys and Games,
Wagons, Carriages, "Rock
ing Horses, hhoolhes, Volo
cipvdi'H, Tool Chests, Cro
quet Sets Rh cks, Juvenile
and Toy Books, Etc., Etc.
of ChristniasNoveltie, Sty
lih Stutioneiy, with a fine
assortment of Leather
CJoods in Puives, Magazine
Covers, Cartl Cases, Writ
ing and Traveling Canes,
Albums, Etc., give oppor
tunity for choice selections
at moderate prices.
Yet to Arrive
Marble Statuary, Picscnla
tion and Mis ellaneous
Book, more Dolls, latest
di signs in Indian Work
and lion-Bon Baskets, also
a large stock of Crepe Tis
sue Papeis in choicct co
lors and tint edgis.
THOS. T THRUM,
lUIMf W.) Fort binct.
Mutual Telephone 507.
Bell Tolephooe 460
The 10-Mile Rodd Race i-y".'
A BIG SCOOP
Winn Kirt Tiinn I'rltf.
Bfcoiol I'lnc4 1'rlto.
Until Itlilern Mounts! on "Clrvt-lnml"
A. I. I). AtkliiBoti. who iirnrKlciillv
won llmt iiIhiih, rmln n macliliiu Illicit with
Oli-vclmia ' Tims.
1. "0 (.vpinii I" IIIo.vcIch mid Tiro rfl
fscl, cniili!erliiv llier., with only three
'( lev luiulu'1 tu tint Itnce.
. E WaLKBH. Agent
MortuRoo'ii Notice of Intontlon to
IN ACi'OltDANUK WITH THK I'lU).
vlbloiiH of a criuin UMiiiuHte indt) by
uiiarltB II. Wil on o( Honolulu. Oahit, to
(UorU'i 1. TownstMiU, ol Hulit lli'tiolu u,
uuUtd Aukiibi llth, A. II. IH'.ll.iinil rt'co'd-il
In the Ollluflul lteoatmr i( Convt-ynrn'O",
In 11 ok U7, lilacs 178. I7u ftmHHl', noli, o
la h.reliy K"',n that tli" salit Uforuf I.
TowiiBHiid, niortKitKei. llitourta to fon-clnhH
the mill mi rt. ii(,'o tor coiiilillon liri ken, to
iiiiii.niii nt ni irlnuii4l Mhii one.
nuucn in io neieov (jiven mill me i ro
iurty lovurnl by ull inorti'i;u will be
Does all kinds ol Work in
Ctment & Stone Sidoiatks & Curbing.
Hii liaii on hind a larp supply nl Chi-nui-e
(Iriinitu (lurh ami aiway knips Ha
waiian OarbliiK Htone. KtiiiiaiH i;Wen
und liiMent prlctib nsBitrpil. ll.iUTcleiiliime
riMIK UNIIKKSIOMKI) IIAVK DULY
1 iipi)lnltul Mr Vim tjeanrk under
lull iHiMt-r of H'to ny to collcii till out
HtuidliiK didiU (or our linn.
WlNO ON WO .t CO.,
. . .. i'y vim wikiii
Hoiinhiln, Nov. '.'7, IW'l iltn Iw
YOU BALE OUEA1'
ASIHtltV IN VKIIY
llinid llnpalr. Almi
a (nw llrnkeH both Ni'W
ami bi'iiDiullmiHl, A niily in
..... . . W. W. WKIUHT,
1107.11 Honolulu CurrUne M'l')'.
old ut Hubllo A net I m, a the Auut'on
Hooiu ol Ja. K. Morgitu, 111 ald Honolulu,
On SATUHDAY, Docorubor 22, 18!ll,
AT Vi O'CLOCK NOON
'Ihe Proper y rovu'ed by laid :iio-tnna
in denurlhed a 'oIIov;b: All that ivr uin
nlere or parunl ot land allltate at Ku uuku
htu, In mid Honolulu, ooitiikd and den
erlbrd aa loilows, v 2 : CommeiiuliiK at
ihe ii uuka uornrr ol Youiik and i'likol
Htrectti ami running In an easurly dlrm
tlonalmiK Youni; Ht'tet 2IH-M fet, thence
In a northt riv direction 1MI feet, tbencn in
aweaUul directum lo IMkoi stieet 210.1)
feet, tlitnru in u fimlherlv d reutiou ah hi;
I'likol bireet INJ.3 feet to place of coin.
iiiuui'tMiieiit contitintiii; an area ol 731-11 (A)
of an acre.
OKOltOK 1'. TOWNSKN1)
rpilK UNnKltSKINKI), II. KOCKK. AS
X xlnnce in ilaukrupt y of the INlnle
of M.O I'oriuii, llllo, )dves nuthse to all
iTi'dltorn ol bultl bunkrilpt wlio have ptoveil
tliflri'lalnih, that he hut llled liU ucrounl
na As Ijjneo and u petition fur illaoliiir(!',
and that he will prt-Mlit the miuie fur
nllowaui'u to the Hon. W. A. Whlllni;,
Clri-'ull JuiIkhoI the Kind (.'Iriutll, on l'U.
HAY, Novi-inlxirWI, IKil, laUl, uliu i-'clm-k
a. m., ul which time und pUtu any pumou
Intiiri'N.fd can hu heard.
Anilntitio ol tint Ktul of M, II, I'orri'ii
llnnoliilu, Nov. 'Jl, luill, UWl-lt
ATAflTTPM Mauiilitclurnrof Kaimy
OnvUun, Wrouxht Iron I'mifea
for lliirutl UiIn, Hcilili'iiiiB, (litriluim, la.
rouli'M, ito. Union ktrevt, nrnny opixiMlu
X - 1 IM7..r -
Ii ' X'WA
1 '. T-l '-
fTr- lltiunri nf ili mi
- Ay it I l'r Int'iif mi Hit-wntH-ff aint U
will conduct a Gent ral For
warding and Kxpress Husi-
j liens het wein the cutiic group
of Islands. We make our
selves responsible for all P.icV-
agtsaiid UooiIh sent ly u.
' We have responsihln Agents
j at. all ports touched hy bteain-
i ship Companies.
Our Mvpress Wagons will
call for and deliver to any
part of the i ity.
Baggage Checked direct to
destination from hotel or residences.
Packages and money siut
IOxpre-s System are
for their full va-
Our Agents hoard all in
Baggage and CJoods stored
three days free of charge.
IcS Place of Business:
, Hotel and Union streets.
Both Telephones -170.
It cure ItcliliiK hu-
iiioih. unit Ki'epi urn
Nl'itlp """I, lll'lllt.
lu'iiltliy. und tree iruiu
a A lauy
. wrltei ;
n . i i .. . i
Unit six jrurt imo I l"it ii'-iirly htillnl my
li.ilr, ami uliat was lolt Iiiiih'iI v;iiiy. AlU'r
iihIiik Ait'h llulr litiir si-wml inoiitln,
lay li.ilr lii'iiuit tiiitnm tiKalti, und ttlth the
imttiral color reinrril."
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., LOWELL, MASS., U .S. A.
Iiiitt.itlmn 'Hit imnitt
tluHii In lliu nUk ul rut'liof uur b(lHt4t
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Hole AKei.tii for lliu Republic! of Hawaii
C. 11. COLLINS,
Fine Harness, Saddles
Carriage Tops, Cushions,
Kemlr-rn, llawln, Klorin Aproun, VM, Kin.
210 Klog St. P. 0. Box 496.
ISLAND OUIIKItH BOI.IUI I'KII.
AN YON I! WHO HAS CITY (lit Hll.
Iiiirlmu iiniM-rly (or tale at nmt tiiuli,
and a reimonalile pru'e. mav udilreH,
II8MI T. it., Ilullellll Olllve,