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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, "JKobinson Block."
Bell 626 TELEPHONES Mutual 646
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 see.
New Goods ! Latest Designs I Largest Stock 1
HOI.ID OAK IIKDKOOM bKTH,
BOKA8, LOUNOKS, WAK1MOHK8,
MIKKOHS, MOU1.DINU8, KTC, KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
l'er Itoll of 40 Vrdi, 11'J.W.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent 1 Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Matnal 76.
(fiticcf 5ors to 0. K. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
411 NUUANU STUF.KI.
Importer anil Dealer in Eoropii Dry aM Mcy Goads
lAdlei' Warn of every description. Alio, rush line ol Chinese Uoods.
Pongee fc "Wliite Silfc Fajetmeis
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings !
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
tW Kit Guaranteed, l'ricea Moderate. -1
" iLEirtiaal Telephone 543 -fc
CIIAS. 11 U STACK.
Ill POUTER AND DEAl.KK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and TEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Butter
t0T ALWAYS ON HAND .
lew Goods Hecelted by Every Steamer from San frauds
m&" All Orden faithfully attend to. HatiHtar.tion guaranteed Ulann Onion
olioiud and parked wltb care.
Lincoln Block, Kino Strkkt, Bkt. Koht and Auric .Strkkta
UOTH T1UPUONKB 240
LEWIS & CO..
Ill FOKT STREHJT.
Importers, Wholesale k Retail timcers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Erwk Qootff by BYery California Steaaer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
IlLlNM OtniH SoUOlTID. J9 f0T SlTISrAOTION GlMBANTBKD.
TBLIfUOMB 91 1'. O. OX Ml
H. E. MolJNTYKE & HRO-.
Groceries, - Provisions - and - feed.
Maw Ooodt Ueoelved by Kvery 1'acket liom tho Kantwrn Htatai aim Knrnpa.
rRKNH . CALIFORNIA - PllODUUIS -JW KVKRV . HTKAMKIi
All Ordira faithfully attended to and Uoodn JJellverMi to nt
Part Of the tllty KUKK.
n,mi Uiniu SouniTio. fUruiriofioN ltui4Mr"uo,
MAST OOKNBK rOBT AND KINO HTK1EKT8,
-i o box m
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Tho war between China ami
Japan is still on. So far tho
Japaneso have all the bent of
it. How long thin will lait,
time alone can tell.
Flushed by their numerous
victories, tho Japanese are
pushing their armies into Chi
nese territory. Tho capture
of Ping Yang with its forts
and treasure was their first
Tho naval battle at tho
mouth of the Yalu ltiver and
tho total destruction of throe
Chinese menofwar followed
this quickly. The final expul
sion of the Chinese from Corua
and the capture of Kiew Lien
Chang loft tho road open to
tho Japs to both Moukdcu
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 sinow of tho land of
tho chrysanthemum are crowd
ing the recruiting ollicos daily.
This has caused the price of
labor to increase 1007.. In
consequence Japanese mate
rial and products of every
description have nearly dou
bled in price.
However, as we had otir
large Christinas order in seve
ral mouths ago, wo will not
Why trade with linns who
carry an assortment of goods
that are of inferior quality or
made by the clunxmt labor,
when you can get the Ixtst for
tho same price? We guaran
tee every article in our store
to be the very best that the
Japanese market can produce
and at prices that were in
vogue before war was de
clared. For Ladies
Wo hnvo nn nftitortiuoiiL of
Art ii'lo both Uxoftil ntt'l Ornn
nii'iitnl that must plinu tho
most FiintiilioiiB. Evury Inily
is particular about tho llnml
kHrchioN nlm iistis. Wo hnvo
all kiiulH -l'Jnin, Hiiniitifiilly
ICmlirnidoriMl, Drawn anil
Opon Work all Colors and
Doiliua, linud-pniiiti'd and
ombroidorod, Cropo Silk
Sanluut, Silk and Cropx Shawlc,
nutl a variety of Scarfs. Wo
nlo rtculvml a largo variety
of Silk Droftfi Goo'Ia.
Wo hnvo Silk Sliirl whiti
and colored -uithur plain or
Kinbroidorud; Cravats, Nook
tins of every variety, shade
and shape, Sinnckintf Jnukets
ami Caps, that are a pleasure
to wear, and Silk and Cotton
1'ajninaH that are i-oniforlalilo
and well made; also the two
extremes -Straws Hat and
Nothing in Honolulu van
approach tho small order of
Roots that wo have. They
were made by the best Japa
nese .Mechanics, and wo guar
antee the quality, style, fit
and finish Calf, Patent
Leather and Tan.
Articles, such as Tea Cosies
for covering Tea Services, etc.
Fiuo Table and Bed Covers,
and pretty Chair Backs wo
have in profusion.
Also some Menu Cards for
Thanksgiving, Christums and
Now Year's that are pretty
Enjoy Christinas princi
pally bocause they receive love
olloriugs from parents and
friends, A good present to
give a boy is one of our Rut
teiily Pins, and a nice present
for your girl can bo had by
getting one of our Rooks of
Fairy Tales, they nro made of
fiuo Crepe paper profusely
Illustrated ami tho Stories nro
translated from Old Japanese
Nearly a Collision.
Tho stoatuer James Makoe and a
small schooner came witltiu an ace of
colliding yesterday. Tho steam
er was moving up to the lnter-Isl-and
wharf and the schooner was
sailing down to tho Marine Railway.
Tho schooner catno along unexpect
edly and but for the promptness of
Captain Peterson would probably
have been foundered. As it was,
tho schooner grazed the James
Makeu's bow. City front people
who witnessed tho accident say it
was a narrow escape. The James
Makeo is a little ilyer aud Captain
Peterson is very naturally fond of
How to Turn Back the Clock.
"What titno is it, Maggie!" said
John, with an uueasy eeuso that he
ought to be on his homeward way.
"I'll go and look." she answered.
Stepping quietly into the kitchxu
the girl pushed the clock bauds
back an hour, aud returning, -.aid,
"it's only half-past nine by our
o'clock: ou can stay an hour
So John stayed, for lovers are not
eager to part, and ho needed uo
coaxing. Tho next morning, how
over, ho overslept himself, and Mag
gie's father, at his breakfast, having
missed the train, ho intended to
journey by that day, wondered how
the good old clock could have lost
an hour in tho night. Rut Maggie
didn't explain. She meant to set it
right again before going to bed, but
forgot, which shows once more what
everybody should reniomlwr -that
we can set back tho clock, but wo
cannot set back tho time.
All tho same It is possiblo occa
sionally to regain lost things. In a
woman's letter recently received, 1
find this sentence: "Vary Ml vie 1
look If n ytari younger than I dhl."
Aud if she felt as she looked she was
to all practical purposes ten years
younger. For, although a clock
face looks tho samo uo matter what
time il is, a human face doesn't.
Thai changes with the condition of
tho "works," or tho life behind it.
The letter goes on thus: "In the
spring of ol 1880 1 felt weak and
low. 1 had a bad taste in the mouth
and n thick slimy phlegm coveted
my mouth mid tongue. I was sick
in a morning, retching and vomiting
n watery lltiid. I had great pain in
tho head and wns very mazy, being
at times so bad I could hardly stand
upon my font. After eating Hie sim
plest food 1 had dreadful pain in
the left side and palpitation of the
heart, and could get but little sleep
at night on account of it,
"Gradually 1 grow weaker and
weaker until I could scarcely walk
about the house, and but for tho
necessity of attending to my family,
1 should have beeu laid up. My life
was a burden and a misery to mo,
and 1 often wished myself dead.
"Sometimes belter aud at other
times worse; this was my general
condition fur tun years, during which
long period of sutTering 1 was treat
ed by tho doctor, and took every
kind of medicine I could hear tell
of, but got uo bettor.
"In November, 1S1X), I read in a
book of a medicine called Mother
Seigel's Curative Syrup, and gut a
bottle from Mr. E. Ranks, tho che
mist. After 1 had takeu a few dosos
I found my food agreed with mo
better. I kept on with the Syrup
and gradually gained strength. 1
had become so thin and emaciated
through all those yeais of sulloriug
that il took time to fully restore me.
Rut inn now m hrtttr hrulth ihiii
fur wat in my llr, aud my recovery
has astonished my friends. They
tell me 1 look ten years younger
than I did for taking tho Syrup.
How 1 wish 1 had known of it years
soouerl My husband and friends
had given up all hope of my getting
Ixitter, but none of us knew of
Mother Seigel's Syrup.
"On mentioning to the Rev. E.
Harries, tho Vicar of Christ Church,
what had wrought the cure, he said
I should write mid let the proprie
tors know what the Syrup had done
for me, so as to benefit others. You
may publish this statement as you
think proper and I will gladly ans
wer inquiries. Yours truly, (signed)
(Mrs.) Elizabeth Greenlialgh, 21,
Rutland street, Newtown, Pontile
bury (near Manchester), May 11,
Thus was this good woman en
abled -not to turn back her nominal
ago, but what was better -to recover
the priceless treasure of health,
without which unit her youth nor
age has atiy comfort. Her malady
was the same wretched iudigestiou
and dyspepsia, tho curse of all ages
Preparing for Chrletmas.
Mrs. Roardman's "Ka Mnilo" stock
is nearly all sold and anticipating a
heavy demand for Christmas goods
she ordered a fine line of Fauey
Articles, etc., thoy will arrive on
the next Australia. Her largo
ami commodious lauai will bo fitted
up as a show room. All her old
customers and the Honolulu people
in general are invited to inspect this
magtiificont stock of Christmas
Two native boys wore sentenced
to the Reform school for six montliB
and one year rospootivoly by Dis
trict Magistrate Perry yesterday,
for truancy. Another, who has just
come from Hawaii, was reprimanded
and ordered to go to school, or
otherwise the Government would
give him free board and lodging for
his labor. Tim boy's parents stated
that they would take their son back
to Hawaii, where they would send
him to school,
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
Nmtii llticltiu fur Clmmle,
I'riuitc mid Wiiilliit)
)t, I.IoIiIk'h luvlt-oriltor Hut KrciitoM re
medy fur Kfiiiliml Ynknehs I.hhh of ,Miu
liiMxIiind I'rlvaie DlHt'iiHt'H, ovi'ru.iinim I'm.
imitwri'iii'tiN mill neiiiriin all for inarrlii-u
llle'N duties. ii axiirfa and recHmHllilili',,;
II trlnl Imitlu kIvi'U er tent tree tu rtiiy line
di'NerlliliiK yiiiitiiiii; cull er iidilreta l(l
tlcarv HI., iriviilu entrance 40.1 .Miinoii Kl
ban FrauoUco. UUXIly
As a Rule
You do not got nioro limn
your monoy's worth when
you tnnko n purchase; nutl n
grent ninny times not quite
Your good common sense
will toll you Hint most con
cerns, if thoy fulfilled tho
pledges nmtlo in their ntlvcr
tisomonts, could not Inst six
mouths. "Look Ahout"
nutl with your good jtnlg
incut decide who really
enrries I ho host selected
stock; whoso goods nro of tho
"I'Yvkst QtTAMTV;" who
gives "TifK Most For Titu
My goods combine- (ho
qunlily, wilb ns low n price
ns snmo goods enn bo pur
aliased anywhere. Such
lines ns I enrry, cnnnol bo
purchased by remaining at
homo and writing for them;
autl for that reason I niako
my yearly trips to tho mar
kets of tho World. Picking
up a now lino hero, a few
pieces there, until I have
gathered together every
thing new autl desirnblo in
my muny lines.
You'd bo astonished to
get a PINK UMWlKLLA,
handsomely carved head,
with a lino stylish cnuo to
match, both mounted in
Tho set for this is about
whal a cane alone used to
coxt; and vol this is what
wo are ollVriug you now;
and this is only one of many
articles at popular prices
offered this season by
H. F. WIGBMAN,
i gathering toguthui the
UHiiiil clioiru array of Holi
day Supplies at Thrum's
FoRT-STRKKT STORK, which
for variety in carefully se
lected yroodn from Paris,
New York, Philadelphia
and S.ui Fraiicifco renders
this long established store
of Holiday Novelties in all
tho lines of Dolls and Doll
Sundries, Toys and Gumis,
Wagons, Carriages, Hock
ing Horses, Sliooilies, Velo
eip. dt s, Tool Olicsn, Cro
quet Set", Hli cks, Juvenile
and Toy Books, Etc., Etc.
of Christmas Novelties, Sty
lish Stationery, with a line
assortment of Leather
Goods in Purees, Magazine
Covers, Card Gases, Writ
ing and Traveling Cases,
Albums, Ktc, 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 lion-Bon Baskets, also
a large stock of ( 'repo Tis
sue Papers in choicest co
lors and tint edgi s.
W) Kurt Street.
FOUR NICE LOTS
Near King St'eel Opposite llefnr
Mf Kor I'artlctilurs, Inquire f
R W WILCOX,
Corner of IJ teen mid Niuimiu Hireem,
lllM-tr Up HtulrM.I
O. B. DWIOHT
Horn ell klmisuf Work In
Ouient & stone Sidwaiks & Curbing.
lleluNiin liMiid Urn H'iHy ol Ch.
iifo llruii't.t tlnrli mid nlwey. kiept JIn
win Inn CurliiliK Httinii, KttlniNlea ulveu
mid liiwem price nmnired. lleUTeleiiiiunu
Prices below any other
Theo. H. Davies te Co., L'd.
SOLE - A
V AND V
Mntaai Telephone 507.
Bell Telephone 460
The 10-MilaRoad Race
A BIG SCOOP
Win KliHt Tlnio frlze.
LOUIS MARSH X.LL
Second I'lace Price.
lloth Klilere M anted on "CleTHund"
A. I. O. AtklitHon. wlin iirnellritliv
won Unit plitce, r'd n inai'lilne lilted with
uitvemnu ' urea.
"0 ftvrlan I" Hlow.'lt'K inlTlrniirn
f', cnnaliterliiir llur wen only three
"i lev Uiidx" in the Kace.
H. E. WALKER. Agent
Kortgageo'a Notico of Iutontlon to
IN AlK'OIIDANCK WITH THK IMtO
vlxlnnn o( u ir uin mriuiiKe mide by
iJiiurlm II. Wiliuii ol Honolulu. Ouhti, to
0orK 1. TowiitMiucI, ol nald llnnolii u,
itated Annum llth, A. I). 1811. mid rceo dnt
tn the Otllce of ltojiBtrnr ol Conveyance,
In II ok 147. page 478. 47n and 48u, notice
Is hfrtby cl'en that the said Ueorgf V.
Towneend, iiiorigaKee, liitum'a tn fureislosiH
tlio iftld iimrt.aKu lor coiiddlun broken, to
wit: iiou-piyiii.nl of principal vi hen due.
Notice In uIho heiebv (jlvcu llml the pro
perty covered by tuld mortice will be
old at t'lihllu Auction, m the Auct'ou
Hoom of Jan. b MorKan, In nald Honolulu,
On SATUKDA Y, Docembor 22, 1891,
AT 12 O'ULOCK NOON.
The rioper.y eoveied by ald nio'tBage
Is Ueiicrlbed mh folluva: All that ilt'uTm
piece or parcel ot land eltuateal Ku'uuUii
liuu, in raid Honolulu, hounded and den
enbed an foihiwe, v z : UomiueiiciiiR at
the ii nuku coruer of Youut; and I'iikol
HtrectH aud ruunliiK In an east, rly dilu
tion hIoiik Young ntrei'1 2111-tt fvet, tliencd
in n nortlitnv dlreuilon Inn feel, thenii- in
n wenterly direction to 1 Ikoi Hiteei 210.0
feet, thniru in a oulherlv d rectlmi al nu
I'dk ! mriiot INJ.U feet to jilare ol com.
lieui:enient conUinli.g an area of 7:tl-l 00
of an acre.
UKOItUi: I' TOWN8KNI)
110 l-liu MortKee.
i'OH SALE CHEAP
A Hl'ltltV IN VKUY
A (lout lleimlr. AIo
a lew iirukeH boih New vtwi'ViVr'-.
uud Ki'Ui.d'haud. Apply to
W W; WrtltlHT.
1 lH7-tf Honolulu Carriage M'l'y.
A.IAfllTPM Miumliiftiurerof I'unuy
. UAUUbn, Wrmuclil Iron l-Yinia
fur ll.irial IaHh, KenldenreH, llard.na, Uul
I'ouieH, etu Union itreet, neany opiMiollu
Hell Tuner. ll7Vtl
Standard Flour in Market.
will conduct a Gen ral For
warding and I2xprcps Busi
nces between tho entbo group
of Is'ands. We make our
selves responsible for all Pack
ugfS mid Gods scut iy it .
j Wo have responsible Agents
I at all ports touched by Steam
I ship Companies.
Our Express Wagons will
call fur mill deliver to any
pait of the ity.
Baggage Checked direct to
destination from hotel or resi
dences. Packages and money sent
, by our Express ystcm are
I guaranteed for their full va-
Our Agents board all in
, coming steamers.
! Baggage and Goods stored
i three days five of charge.
K5r Plnco of Business:
; Hotel and Union streets.
Both T. h phones '170.
will tell you
it la the
VOli 8.VI.K 11 Y THK
HOLLISTER DBUG CO, L'D,
Ak'miIh for the Hawaiian Islands.
Wire -:- Nils
WILDEU &" CO., L'd,
0. R. COLLINS,
B'ino Harness, Saddles
Carriage Tops, CuihloDK,
Kendert, Dii'liea, Hiorm Apron, Kic, Ktc.
210 King St. P. 0. Mm 496.
20 lbs. W