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New Goods of Every Description
and of the Very Latest Designs
just arrived from the Const per
bark "Bryant," at prices to suit
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Bell 626 TELEPHONES Mutual 646
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
BOI.II) OAK HEDIIOOM BKTH,
BOFAB, LOUNOKS, WAHDKOHKB,
MIKKOKS. MOULDINOS, KTO., RTO.
Special Feature No. 1 Whit3 Seamless Matting
1'er lloll of 40 Yards. 112.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for 'Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179, TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
Successors to 0. K. Williams.
609 AND 611 KINO STREET.
411 NUDANU STRKE1.
Importer anfl Dealer in Enroiei Dry ail Fancy Goods
Ladles' Wares of every description. Also, Iresh line of (JIiIdpcc Ooods.
Pongee Ss "Wliite Sills. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings !
Befit Black and Green ChineHe Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
ttf" Fit Guaranteed. Price Moderate. -Jtt
wsr IM-atueil Teleplione 542
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
frtsh California Roll Batter and Island Bntter
tfT ALWAYS ON HAND M
lei Goods ReceUed by Ever; Steamer from Sao Francisco
4V AJl Orders faithfully atUmd to. Satisfaction guaranteed luami Dninn
ollolWd and packed with care.
Limoolm Block, Kino Street, Hkt. Port and Alaska Strceta.
BOTH TBLBPHONBB 240
LEWIS & CO..
Ill FORT STKMKT.
Importers, Wholesale & detail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frnk Oooif by Every California Stealer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Ulamm Obdih Solicited tt t0 STisr action Odaramtkcu.
MLWHONB 91 P. O MX 146
H. E. MoINTYUK & MKK
IMrOBTBBfl AMD DEAI.KM I
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
Hew Hoods Baoelvad by Rrery Packet from the KHsUtru States and Knro.
rKKHH CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE . BY - EVERY HTKAUK.lt
All Orders faithfully attended to and (looiu Delivered to any
Part of Urn City FHKK
Ibuvd Omum Souoitio, SaTirrmoi ODiittrrcirv
ART OOUNBU FOHT AND KINO BTUKKTB.
f O BOX VH
V O HOX W7
Tho war between China and
Japan is still on. So rar tho
Japnueso have all tho bost of
it. How long this will last,
tinin alonn can toll.
Flushed by their numerous
victories, tho Japanese are
pushing their armies into Chi
neso territory. Tho capttiro
of Ping Yang with its forts
and treasure was their first
The naval battle at tho
mouth of the Yalu Kivcr and
tho total destruction of three
Chinese men-of-war followed
this quickly. The final expul
sion of the Chinese from Corea
and tho capture of Kiow Lion
Chang loft the road open to
the Japs to both Moukdeu
To carry on this warfaro
Japan has (so far) enlisted one
hundred thousand men aside
from her regular standing
army, and hundreds of the
bone and sinew of tho land of
tho chrysanthemum arocrowd
ing the recruiting ollicos daily.
This has caused the price of
labor to increase KM).. In
consequence Japanese mate
rial and products of every
description have nearly dou
bled in price.
However, as we had our
large Christmas order in seve
ral months ago, we will not
Why trade wilh firms who
carry an assortment of goods
that are of inferior quality or
made by the cheapest labor,
when you can get the best for
the same price? We guaran
tee etery article in our store
lo bit the very Ix-st that the
Japanese market can produce
and at prices that were in
vogue before war was de
clared. For Ladies
We have an assortment of
Articles both Useful and Orna
mental that must please the
most Fastidious. Every lady
is particular about the Hand
kerchiefs she uses. We have
all kinds Plain, Beautifully
Hmbroidered, Drawn nud
Open Work nil Colon) nud
Doilies, hnnd-pniuted nud
embroidered, Crepe Silk
Snshes, Silk ami Crepe Shawls,
and a variety of Scarfs. We
also received a large variety
of Silk Dress Goods.
Wo have Silk Shirts white
and coloredeither plaiu or
embroidered; Cravats, Neck
ties of every variety, shade
and shape, Smocking Jackets
ami Caps, that nre a pleasure
to wear, nud Silk and Cotton
Pajamas that are comfortable
aud well made; also the two
extremes Straws Hat and
Nothing in Honolulu can
approach the small order of
Boots, that we have. They
were made by tho best Japa
nese Mechanics, and wo guar
antee the quality, style, fit
and finish Calf, Patent
Leather and Tail.
Articles, such as Tea Cosies
for covering Tea Services, etc.
Fine Table and Bed Covers,
and pretty Chair Backs wo
have in profusion.
Also rouio Menu Cards for
Thanksgiving, Christinas and
New Year's that are pretty
Enjoy Christmas princi
pally becnuso tliey receive love
nlferingh from parents and
friends, A good present to
give a hoy is one of our But
terfly Pius, mid a nice present
for your girl can he had by
getting one of our Books of
Fairy Tales, they are made of
fine Crepo paper profusely
Illustrated and the Stories are
translated from Old Japanese
A SLEEK MAN'S METHODS.
Rov. H. fi. Howl-ind's Character
Vontilated in a Pasadena Court.
Pasadena, Nov. 2. A young man
chlliug himself Rov. II. E. Uowlaud,
who was supposed to have come
here from San Francisco, has for tho
past two months been posing as a
combination of preacher, spiritualist
aud astrologer, aud making many
dollars in Pasadena by pretending
toj euro all diseases by tho aid of
spirit power alouo.
Howlaud is getting into deep wa
ter now. He had a prominent citi
zen arrested for for disturbing his
alleged religious meetings, and in
the trial, which resulted iu the ac
quittal of the defetidaut, tho Rev.
Mr. Howlaud was shown up in a bad
light. Mrs. M. Prahl, who kept a
boarding house at 1 12 Seven! h st reet,
sail Francisco, ttuoxpeclt uly turned
up aud declared that the plaintiff
Howlaud, boarded with her previ
ous to his departure for Honolulu;
that his property was attached for
a doctor's bill, aud that the man is
To-day now developments have
come to light, showing that How
laud practiced his arts iu Santa
Barbara under the name of H. Ed
wards before coming here, aud was
thoro exposed by some San Frau
Howlaud is a good looking young
man, with black hair, a spiritual,
smooth-shaven face, an arrogaut
maimer and a lavish display of jew
elry. Ho made so good an impres
sion in certain circles here that the
women of his following presented
him with a nickol-plated bicycle,
and some of these pooplo still affect
to believe in him.
HAWAII IN HER EYE.
Such is tho Opinion on Japan Held
Says a Taeoma despatch of Nov.
10: Japan will havo control of tho
world's supply of camphor should it
f;et the Island of Formosa as part of
ts indemnity from China, according
to Anthony T Pilchard, who lived
many years iu Asia. "Camphor sold
for less than 10 cents a pound twen
ty years ago," ho says, "but it Jias
advanced to over $1 n pound. It is
generally believed by Japnnoso mer
chants and travelers that if Japan
had not been drawn into the war
with China at this time it would
have seized the Hawaiian Islands,
on the ground that there are more
Japanese there than any other na
tionality. These men look upon the
move to secure Formosa as in lino
with Japan's policy to strengthen
herself as 'the England of the Pa
cific,' and as preliminary to securing
the Philippine Islands and the Ha
waiian Islands, should the United
States fail to annex them."
OPIUM liUOWN IN 7 OWN.
Although Expoctnd Ho Game Prom
a Qunrtar Unexpected.
A notable personage is iu town
again. He arrived on the steamer
Claiidiuo yesterday in the person of
J. W. Brown, whoso presence always
creates an opium panic iu "the
authorities." lie joined the Claudino
at hnhaiua and kept "mum" all the
way. although emirls were made to
get him to say something. Inquiries
on the steamer to-day were unsuc
cessful as regards how and when he
arrived iu Maui. Brown is a pretty
smart fellow and is bothering the
wits of tho revenue, detective and
regular police forces. They havo no
idea how ho got to Maul. It has
been reported that Brown was in
British Columbia. He has bobbed
up serenely, however, in Honolulu.
Air. Brown, who is known justly or
unjustly--as "Opium Brown," was
heralded iu the Government press
as likely to appear first on Kauai,
surprised "the natives" by dropping
The popularity of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and the high esteem
iu which it is held leads us to be
lieve it to be an article of great
worth aud merit. We have the
pleasure of giving tho experience of
three prominent citizens of Redoudo
Beach, Cal., in the use of the remedy.
Mr. A. V. Trudell says: "I have al
ways received prompt relief when I
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy."
Mr. James Orchard says: "I am
satisfied that Chamberlain's Cough
remedy curod my cold." Mr. J. AI.
Hatcher sayB: "For three years I
have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy iu my family aud its results
have always been satisfactory." For
sale by all druggists. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents for Hawaiian Islands.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT TIIK ADJOritNKI) AN.Nl'AL
minning ot tbu Kaiiitiiii IIaiiiiciaii
1'ohi'a.nv, Limited, held ut their OibVu, In
this city, on ilio'Jilli Inst., the following
Olllieri were elected to servu during the
(1. P. Wilder.
b. (I. Wilder,
b. II. U..M. .
0. I.. Wight ..
O. J. Fulk
. .. . Auditor,
Honolulu, Nov. 2ii, Itiul
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT TIIK ADJOIMINUIi ANNUAL
meeting nl Wii-iiid'h HrKAUHiiii'CoM.
i'a.sy, Limited, held ut tlieir Olllut, in tliU
City, on Mm Ltllli IiihI., the foil. in IriK OMU'ers
wero fleeted to ervo durilii; die iuiiiiIiil'
11. I. Wlfc-lit. ...
J. K. llitukleM
b. II Komi
K II. Ito-m
. .. .Amiilor.
Honolulu, Nov. 31,
City Oakuiaue Co.,
Oonwr KIiik sud lletliel Htn
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113
Fine OurrmguH St Civil Drlvorn
fo )f lind at all liourn.
.J. S. ANDKADJfi,
h gathering together the
iiHtial choice array of Holi
day Supplies at Thrum's
PoiiT-STitEBT Store, which
for variety in carefully se
lected goods from Paris,
Xew York, Philadelphia
and San Franc'iHCo renders
this long established store
of Holiday "Novelties in all
the lines of Dolla and Doll
Sundries, Toys and Games,
Wagons, Carriages, Keck
ing Horses, Shoollies, Velo
cipides, -Tool Chests, Cro
quet Set, Hlt.cks, Juvenile
and Toy Books, Etc., Etc.
of Christmus Novelties Sty
lish Stationery, with a fine
iiHsortment of Leather
Goods in Pur-es, Magazine
Covers, Card Cases, AVrit
ing and Traveling Cases,
Albums, Etc., give oppor
tunity for choice selections
at moderate prices.
Yet to Arrive
Marble Statuary, Presenta
tion and Miscellaneous
Books, more Dolls, latest
dt signs in Indian Work
and Bon-Bon Baskets, also
a large stock of Crepe Tis
sue Papers in choicest co
lors and tint edgt s.
Kri l-'ort Hirrrt.
Will be made to keep
excellent time if left
for time days with
Farkku & Co., the
Well-known and Reli
able Watch Makeis.
If satisfaction is not
given your money will
be refunded in full.
FAKKEK & CO.,
O 1 O lort Htroot,
FOUR NICE LOTS
Near KIiik .Street, Opfxialte Itnlor
W For I'drttctiluru, Inquire of
R W. WILCOX,
Corner of li'ieen and Niiuann Htree.ii,
lliy-tf U. HiutrH.I
O. B DWIGrHT
Dors all kinds of Work In
C-.ment & stone Sideways & Curbing.
Hx Iiah on band a laru" supply of Old
nMi Uran.lH C'urlt ami alwuy,, kM'ps ll.
wiiilnn Curbing Stone. Ktimat-i given
and lowest iiricsi assured. 1MI Telephone
L1IAVK THIS DAY, by special power
of attorney, oppolnt'diiiynni, Kdtvard
J)oYMett, lo truumct till my biiHlneas In re
Kftrd to my property on tbn Inland of
Maul. J. I. DOWHKlT.
Honolulu, Nov. '.7, 1HUI. llim-i'v
D II JUNO MY A1IBKNOK FHOM THE
UuwailHii IhIuihIh, Yim Hmrvuk is
te.tbor zed under full power of uttoruey to
tntnsuct all busiuesu for m .
Honolulu, Nov -J7, IH'JI. lxH-lw
IHKItmiY I'Oltllll) ANY ANJ) ALL
IKirt-oiiM from luudlnu or boIiik upon
my propurcy Known as I'uuloa, Iilstrlutof
Ewu, Oitbii, J. 1. DOWSE IT.
Honolulu, Nov. 1!7, IbUI. ll'.M-l'w
fpHK IINDKHSIONKD JUVK DULY
-L uppoluteti Mr Ylm tiearock under
full ituwrr of mtoiicy to eolleoi ail out
HlaudiliK debts for our llrm.
WlNO ON WO ,t CO.,
by Ylm Qunn
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1SU1. illW-lw
rpilK WINO ON TAI CO. WILL DO,
X (JeierHl Itetnll Merniutlle Luali.et
III llun.ilulll, Ulnlll ol Oallll. Ill) . 1,11111
hum i bin Is tliti Miinaner of .aid businebH
and bits fml nutliorily lo un ibe llrm
iihiiih iu nil mutters uppurtalulni; to sad
WINO ON TAI CO,
113 -' King ctrcet.
NOTIOIC IS IIKUKIIY (1IVKN THAT
HM IMlllllI'M IllMlltikl ll... ilrilu.lni. U,..
loon will be rutilid by Mr. Jus. V, Mor-
K'ih, nun mi i.ilinilllllllllK IIITOUIIIH HUH llie
Crlt; rion SiiIikiu mid tbn jobbing bouse of
L, II. Dee up In tliu abon ,lut Hrn ptyahlu
toMr.L. II.D All bills ngNlnsi L. II,
Deo pleitse present iuimedliilely for pity
"'ill. U Jl, I IKK.
Honolulu, Oct. 3, IKUI, 1IU!-3iu
IS MADE FROM
Prices below any other
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
SOLE - A
V AND v
Mutual Telephoue 507.
Bell Telephoae 460
The 10-MiieRoad Race
A BIG SCOOP
Win First Time i'rlre.
Hrcoud Place I'rlre.
llotb Klders Mnitnted on "Cleveland"
A. L 0. Atkinson, wbn nrnptlmllv
n4V- "0 evelan I" Ulcj eles and Tires are
faM, cnriHkferliiir lher wer only Ibree
"Clov. lands" In tbn Kace.
H. E. WALKER. Agent
Mortfragoo'a Notico of Intontion to
IN ACCOIIDANCK WITH THR l'UO.
visions of ii certain MioriusL-o msde by
DnarlrH Jl. Wibon of Honolulu. Oabu, to
Ovorgrt l'. Tow use nil, of nsld llonolu u,
itiited Auuiiri Utb, A. 1). lb'JI.nud rcco-di-d
In tbu OIIIch of UejiBtrar of Conveyances,
in 11 ok 147. page 478, 17 aniHSU, notl.-e
is btrt-by glren that tbn said Ueorge i'.
Townsend, mongsgee, lutuuils tn forecloHe
tbu tnlil iuortvui;o lor condition broken, to
wit: lioii-pnym.nt of principal nbendiin,
Notleu Is also buiebv Kiveu Hint the pro
perty eovered by mid mortKsgu will be
old at Hublio Auutlmi. ut tbu Auction
Kooni of Jttrt F. MorKiiu, in said Honolulu,
On SATUKDAY, Docoinbor 22, 18!1,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
'Ibe l'ropeny Mivuied by luld mortirnge
Is deserllied us follows: All that ler'aln
ineceorpu cl of laud HltiiuUnt Kuluuka
Iiiim, In ulil Honolulu, bounded and des
eribed as follows, vz : Commencing at
Ibe uuka corner of Young and IMIkol
streets and running in aneasurly dlrrc
lloiiMbing Young street 210-8 Tet, Ibeuue
In a northfr v dlreuiluu 1MI feet, tliuiic in
it wester! v direction lo t'llkol Htieni 2IU.U
feel, tin life in a -nutbi'rlv (1 reotb.n ul .ig
l'ilk-1 street lfj.3 leet to place of com
nienivment continuing uu area of 7.'tl-lt 00
of an acre.
(IKOKOi: I'. TOWNHICND
FOH BALE CHEAP
AslUtHY IN VKUY
(I.IIhI Itltimlp. AUn
ii lew llrakes botb New
and Keu Hid. bund. Anoiv In
WW. Wltlf HIT.
Illi7tf Honolulu CurriiiKH .M'f'y,
AIAfllTFN Mtiiiibiultirnrof Kituny
. 1JIu1u',i, WroiiHlit Iron IViiu-h
or ii in. ii ijii, uesuieuees, unrilnus, Hal
lollies, etii Union klreut, nearly oniiosltu
Doll Tower, 1176-tl
Standard Flour in Market.
- a - ETSTTS.
will conduct a General For
I warding and lOxprcss Busi-
nes between the ciUbo uroup
;of Is'ands. We make oui
selves responsihle for ull Pack
I ag s und Got ds sent by ih.
We have responsible Acents
at all ports touched by Steam
Our Express Wagons will
, call fr and deliver to any
pait of the tity.
i Baggage Checked direct to
destination from hotel or resi
dences. Packages and money sent
by our Expro-s System are
guaranteed for their full va
lue. Our Agents board all in
Baggage and Goods stored
three days free of charge.
KS6 Place of Rusineos:
Hotel and Union streets.
Both Telephones 179.
r. o. jox us.
K. A. JONEd.
, Safe Deposit and fuvestment Co.
no. ins KoiiT sritEirr.
SAFES of VtirloiiN SUei for lleut by (be
Montb or Yiar.
VAULTS onen from ) a.m. nntll 4
r. m. exiupt on Bit'ur.liiyM, wben tb'iy will
bo clofiid at 2 'M : h
Wo Uny nnd Sell llrst-clnMi HTOOKB
and DO., j)H nnd uiiiKii ndvanees on same,
Wire -:- Nails
WIJ.DEIt & CO., L'j).
0. It. COLLINS,
Fine iltirnoss, Saddles
Carriage Tops, Cushion,
Fenders, Dailies, Storm Aprons, Clu,, Kh
210 Kiog St. P. 0. 1x 496.
ISLAND UUIir.UB HOLlOirKD,