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M. - '
New Goods of Every Description
and of the Very Latest Designs
just arrived from the Coast per
bark "Bryant," at prices to suit
OBDWAY & PORTER,
Hotel Struct, "llobiiiflon Block."
Bell 526 TELEPHONES Mutual 646
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods ! Latest Designs 1 Largest Stock I
BOLID OAK HKimOOM 6KTH,
BOKAB, LOUNOK8, WAKIMOIIK8,
MIltKOUS, MOULIIINOB, KTO., KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
Vtt Koll ol 10 Ynrd, ll'.'.W.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Matnal 76.
(Biiccennort In 0. K. WIIIIhiiiii.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
411 NUUANU STRKKT.
Importer and Dealer id Hup. Dry M Fancy Goods
Ladles' Warei of every deicrlptlon. Also, troll line of Cliliirno Ooods.
Pongee Sc "Wliite Silk. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings !
Beat Black and Green ChincHc Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
KW Kit Guaranteed. Prices Moderate. -fc
tar aKfTii-fuLeil Telephone 64S 6
(MPORTKU AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Frtih California Roll Batter and Island Batter
gr ALWAYS ON HAND J0
Itf Goods Rficelred by -Every Steamer from San Francisco
am All Unlen faithfully attend to. Bntlidnctitin Kiiarnuteeu Miami Oritur
oltoTud and packed with care.
Limoolm Block, Kino Stbekt, Bkt. Fort and Alaska Stuickth.
BOTH TBLBPHONKB 240
huh Ooodi by Every California 8teaer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
ItLAMM OlDKRfl SOUOITKO. jH t0 SATISFACTION ftOABANTKKD,
H. E. MclNTYRK & BKO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Krw Uoodi KclTd by Krery I'aokot from the Ktrn Mate and Snropa
FREHH CALIFORNIA IMtODUOK - BY KVKIIV flTBAWKR
411 OrcUr faithfully attended to and Uoodi l)tii Tnrwtl to am
art of tlit Oily PltKK.
ItUBP OtBIM SOUOITU). SATISfArTTIOM (iDAIlMTKin
JAJlT OOKMBK rUKf AND kino btukkth,
P (I HMX 7H
-P O BOX KH7
& Naval Supplies
'. O IKIX 146
Tho war bolweon Cliina and
Japnu is still on. So far tho
JapanoAO havo all tho best of
it. How long tin's will last,
Unto alono can toll.
Flunhod by their numerous
victories, tho Japanese are
pushi'iip; their arntiofl into Chi
ne.o territory. Tho capture
of Ping Yang with its forts
and treasure was their first
Tho naval battle at tho
mouth of tho Yalu Jliver and
tho total destruction of three
Chinese men-of-war followed
this quickly. The filial expul
sion of tho Chinese from Cnrea
and the capture of Kiew Lien
Chang left tho road open to
tho Japs to both Moukdeii
To carry on this warfare
Japan has (so far) enlisted one
hundred thousand mon aside
from her regular standing
army, and hundreds of tho
bone and sinew of the laud of
tho chrysnii(henium,are crowd
ing tho recruiting ollicos daily.
This has caused the price of
labor to increaso 100. In
consequence Japanese mate
rial and products of every
description havo nearly dou
bled in price.
However, as wo had our
large Christmas order in seve
ral mouths ago, wo will not
be n (Tooted,
Why trade with linns who
carry an assortment of goods
that are of inferior quality or
made by tho cheapest labor,
when you can get the best for
the Hniuo price? Wo guaran
tee every article in our store
to ))o the very best that the
Japanese market can produce
and at prices that were in
vogitu before war was do
clnred. For Ladies
Wo have an assortment of
Articles both Useful and Orna
mental that must please the
most Fastidious. Every lady
is particular about tho Hand
kerchiefs she uses. Wo havo
all kinds -Plain, Heautifully
Embroidered, Drawn and
Open Work all Colors and
Doilies, hand-painted and
embroidered, Crepe Silk
Sashes, Silk and Crepe Shawls,
and a variety of Scarfs. Wo
also received a large variety
of Silk Dress Goods.
Wo havo Silk Shirts white
and colored -either plain or
embroidered; Cravats, Neck
ties of every variety, shade
and shape, Smocking Jackets
and Caps, that are a pleasure
to wear, and Silk and Cotton
Pajamas Unit aro comfortable
and well made; also tho two
extremes- -Straws Hat and
Nothing in Honolulu can
approach tho small order of
Boots that we havo. They
worn made by tho best Japa
nese Mechanics, and we guar
antee the quality, style, fit
and finish Calf, Patent
Leather and Tan.
Articles, such as Tea Cosies
for covering Tea Services, etc.
Fine Table and Bed Covers,
and pretty Chair Backs we
have in profusion.
Also some Menu Cards for
Thanksgiving, Christ nt'is and
Now Year's that are pretty
Enjoy Christinas princi
pally because they receive love
nllorings from parents and
friends, A good present to
give a boy is one of our But
terfly Pins, and a nice present
for your girl can bo had by
getting one of our Books of
Fairy Talon, they are imtdn of
lino Crept paper profusely
Illustrated and tho Stories aro
translated from Old Japanese
ANOTHER GREAT WORK.
Bridge To Be Erected Across the
Harlem Klvor nt New York.
New Yohk, Nov. 10. Tho Harlem
rivor is becoming a rospectablo rival
of tho fatuous Thatuos iu tho num
ber of its bridges. The English
river is spanued by fourtoen bridges
and tho Harlem has already eight,
and another is about to bo built.
Tho board of estimate and appor
tionment has approved the plans
submitted by Commissioner Daly
and appropriated .fJ0,(KK) to pay for
the preliminary work of making sur
veys, maps, anil drawings.
Tho now bridge, which is lo ex
tond from Ouo Hundred and Twen
ty-fifth street and First avouuo
across tho river to Willis avenue, is
to bo known as tho Willis avenue
bridge, and is designed to rolimn
tho crush of trallic on the one at
Third avenue ami provide better
facilities lor reaching the extensive
Port Morris section of tho North
Tho construction will cost, accord
ing to Commissioner Daly's esti
mate, -?1 (503,000. Iu addition to
this, land for approaches will cost
more than $100,000, and other "ex
tras" will bring tho total cost up to
Tho now structure will bo a draw
bridge, and with its long approaches
will have a total length of 2XK) feel,
almost half a mile. It will thus
rank second in length only to the
great East river span among metro
politan bridges. It will havo a total
width of seventy foot, of which fifty
feet will be allotted for tho roadway
and ten feet on each side for side
walks. The draw is lo Iw .'MX) feet
long and will bo placed near the
southern shore, to divert trallic to
that side of tho river, iu order to
avoid the lluel of floats and trans
ports which aro continually iroinir
and coming from tho docks of tho
Now York, Now Haven A: Hartford
railroad on tho opposite side. There
will bo twenty-six feet clear at high
tide under all parts of tho bridge
over the river.
Tho northern approach to the
bridgo is to bo a viaduct of iron and
masonry, beginning at grade at tho
junction of Willis avenue anil One
Hundred and Thirty-fourth street
and running due south to the river
over the intervening low laud occu
pied by the New Union railroatl
ards. Tho entire superstructure
will be of iron. From One Hundred
and Thirty-fourth street to tho
Southern boulevard it will bo a
causeway ol solid nmviiiry, rising to
a height of thirty-nine feet. From
that point the rontlheil will bo car
ried over iron supports to One
Hundred and Thirty-second street,
and thence on Mono piers across tho
railroatl yards. At Ouo Hundred
and Thirty-second street tho struc
ture will rise to a height of forty
one feet lo cross ever an elevated
station of the railroad. Tho south
ern approach will start from the
northeast corner of One Hundred
and Twenty fifth street and First
avenue ami run diagonally through
tho block and across One Hundred
and Twenty-sixth street to the river.
Besides the large pier on which tho
tlraw will rest the plans provide for
three other piers, resting on caissons
Mink iu tho river bed, two on tho
north side and one on the south side
of tho draw. The laud on the lino
of the approaches has not yet been
acouircd, ami although Commission
er Daly will advertise for bids in a
few days it is not likely that the
actual work of const ruction can be
gin before next summer.
John O Fromont.
On Thursday tho hotly of General
John C. Fremont, was laid iu its last
resting place, iu Rockland cemetery,
near Sparkill, N. Y., ami so ends the
last chapter ol the history of a man
whoso career, viewed from tho
romantic side, has never been sur
passed ami possibly never opiated
by any American in the history of
How many of the present genera
tion remember that John C. Fre
mont, tho son-in-law of Senator
Thomas H. Benton of Missouri, was
a I'resitieutial candidate iu JHfrO,
nominated by the first National Re
publican Convention, but defeated
iu tho election by James Hue hauan,
who recoivoi 171 voles in the Eleo
toral College to 111 for Fremont?
We know of Fremont as explorer,
pathfinder, pioneer, civil engineer
and soldier, but wo aro too apt to
forget that his defeat in 1850 paved
tho way for the election of Abraham
Lincoln iu 181 HI.
General Fremont had faults and
weaknesses, as who has not, but
California can well afford to forget
them iu view of tho distinguished
services ho roudorod the American
people in exploring this State and
in holding ou to it after ho had
found it. Tho iiext Legislature is
to be governed, ami properly, by a
spirit of economy, but should a bill
be introduced to provide a proper
monument for the grave of Fremont,
commemorative of his distinguished
services to this Commonwealth, we
apprehend that tho passage of such
an appropriation would be decided
iu the alllrmativo ou principles of
natural justice anil equtt, ami that
the cheese-paring economists, if any
such there may be iu tho next Legis
lature, would bo conspicuous by
meir ansonco when the lull should
come to a final vote. .V. '. Chronicle,
Preparing for Christmas,
Mrs. ISoardman's "Ka Mailo" stock
is nearly all sold and anticipating a
heavy demand for Christmas goods
she orderetl a fine line of Fancy
Articles, etu., they will nrrive ou
the next Australia. Her large
ami commodious laual will bo lilted
up as a show room. All her old
customers anil the Honolulu people
iu general aro invited to inspect litis
magnificent stock of Christmas
At Williams' Studio aro to be hcoii
Portraits ou Watch Dials, which he
is malting a specially of, Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
in gathering together tho
iiHiml choice array of Holi
day Supplies nt Thrum's
FoitT-STRKKT STORE, which
for variety in cnrofully ne
U'ctt'fl goods from Paris,
JSrcw York, Philadelphia
and S hi Francisco renders
this long established stole
of Holiday Novelties in all
the lines of Dolls and Doll
Sundries, Toys and Games,
"Wagons, Carriages, Hoclc
ing Horses, Shoollies, Velo
cipedes, Tool Oliesls, Cro
quet Set", Mocks, Juvenile
and Toy Books, Etc, Etc.
of Christinas Novelties, Sty
lish Stationery, with a fine
assortment of Leather
Goods in Pur-es, Magazine
Covers, Card ( 'uses, Writ
ing ami Traveling Cases,
Alliums, Etc., give oppor
tunity for choice selections
at moderate prices.
Yet to Arrive
Marble Statuary, Presenta
tion and Mistellaueous
Hook, more Dolls, latest
designs in Indian "Work
anil lion-lion Baskets, also
a large stock of Crepe Tis
sue Papers in choicest co
lors and tint edges.
TH0S. G. THRUM,
ltri Kurt Hi reft.
IN Till: riltl'UIT COI'UT OK TIIK
Ktrci Circuit. Ilitwiiiliiti lidniid. K.
Al'tlllSr Imm'K Vi.. IIAI.IIIM UO''K.
Tim ItepiihliiMif Hawaii! 'lollm Mundinl
of the Hawaiian It.tittntM, or IiIh Dcpn.y,
Yoiinn-iciininntiiliil tit Siliioi'on Unllilnl
Hock, dcffll'iiuil, hi rMi rIii lmll lllc rlt
ten iitiMNur within twenty i)nynflo mtvIcc
livrt-uf, Iu Ik- mid npiM-ar ln'fori- tin' Circuit
t'ontt nt Hid Niivi'inlicr term tin reef, lo he
liulilun nt Honolulu, Ulitud ol Oitliit,oti
MONDAY, tliuMlnlny of Nevcinltcr next,
nt ten o'clock ,, torliow initru why tin
clnlm of K. AugilM Hook, ilnltitill', hoiild
not h nwnrdi'd to lilm inimiiuul to the
tenor of his iiiiuuied trillion
And linvi! vim Itieii ItiurH llitn writ ullli
fill return of our iirtH-i-vduiui llit-mm.
ilUtl. Y. A. Willi I. Ml.
l'lrt Jndun nf tint ( Iti'iill
T.u.J four! of the Kird Circuit at
Honolulu, thin tilth day of
Outolwr, IK) I.
tlKOltOK I.UUAb, Clerk.
I eeitlfy the fiiri'Kohii: to Ihi n true copy
of lliu orMnnl BiiniiniiUH In ,nld imiim.
ninl I Imi mid Court onlnnil iilill:iilou of
the ca nio mid roiilhutiuiru of rit.d ciiiim1
tint i I Hid next February term of tlil Court.
(IKt)IKII-: l,t;t,S llerk.
llonoliihi, Nov. -1). IMI. lit.' tli
IN THK ClltOUIT OK TIIK KllthT
Judicial Circuit of tho Hawaii in ltd
iiiiiU. In I'roluitu. In t lie matter of t1 u
K-tntitof All hlvH, Into of llnuulel, Kuiml,
(Mi reailliiK mid lllliii,' thu p'tlllon of All
Kau, of llanalcl, Kauai, partner In hurl
Iiiiih of Mild Ah Sice, aliening that Ah rii-e,
of lluiislei, Knu.il, died Intcslaic at llnuu
lel, Kuiutl, on tho -.'-th duy of Oclolicr, A.
II. Ibili, mid praylnn that Letierit of
Adiiiinlidritllou 1-kiivd to C. Winillii, of
It U ordund that Kill DAY, thu -Jlnt dny
of lliiemliur, A, I). 1MU. ho and here'") i-njiMilni-(l
for lumrliiK Mild I'utltlon, In tho
Court llooni of thin Court, lit Honolulu, ul
whleh iIiiih mid pliteunll er-onnconceriiiil
may ni!itr mid hIiow enui-r, If any Ihev
luiw, why siiid 1'ellllon tihuilld not ho
Dated Honolulu, 11. I., Nov. 'JO, A. D.
lly I he Court:
CIIAHI.IW K. I'KTKltbON,
Does nil klnisof Work In
dment & stone Sidwaiks & Curbing.
Up hits on hand a lnri supply of Chi-nn-e,
(irauito Curb ami alwiiy. kn'ps Ha
waiian (lurlilllK Bhine. K-llnmiiH eireu
and lowem price aHJiired. lleil'lVlophoiiu
11IAVK THIS DAY, hy speelnl power
of attorney, itpohit,il my mui, Kdward
DowM'tt, to truiimi't nil my lniHln-.N In re
uard to my property on thu Island of
Muni. J. I. DOWSKTT.
Honolulu, Nov. LT, lb'.ll. IIUS.'.'k
DIIKINO MY AII8KNOK KltOM THE
Hawaiian l-lnnd, Ylm b-anel; in
u thorred iiniler full power of attonn-y to
transact nil Ihihiiioh for in--.
Honolulu, Nov '.7, IH'JI. ll'-H-lw
IHKltr.llY KOItllll) ANY AND AM.
pemoua from lauding or i;olui; upon
my property known as I'uuloii, liibirlct of
Kta, OmIiii. J. I. DUWBHIT.
Huiiohilu, Nov. '27, Ifa'Jl. ll'J.H-'Jw
rpilK IINDKIIKIUNRD ll.VVK DULY
-L nppolntuit .Mr Ylm Hearoel; miliar
full txiw.r of into, in-y to uolleo ud out
BtmnliiiK delitn for our llrm.
WlNO ON WO ,V CO.,
...... by vim tjuon
llniinlitlii, Noy, '.'7, lHtil. illKvlw
MMIK WlNO ON TAI CO WIM, DO A
X (leie-nl Itetall .Miti'iiiiiIIh HiihIiicsh
nt UoiioIiiIii, IhIhiii of iMm. an i I.uni
Kiiiii i hln l thu Maunder of -alii liunliiesH
ai.d Imi foil nuthorlty to s'i;n Hie lino
iixiiie iu nil malum app-rtalnliic to haul
WlNO ON TAI CO,
NOTIOK IS IIKIIKIIY (IIVK.N THAT
nil chiluib iiK.iliiNt the Criterion S.i
looii will he. M'tlled hy Mr. Jan. K. Mor
wan, and all oiitHtiiiidiliK iiifiuuiU dun the
Criterion Kulooii mid thu Joltliiii hoiiHuof
I,. II, Deo up to the nhovn dale nrn nivnlile
to Mr. I.. 11. Dee. All liillii lutniliit L II.
Ihii pleimu present iiiiuieillntely for nay
"''"'' U II, IlKi:.
Honolulu, Oct. S, lbDI. lliJ-am
will conduct a General For
warding and Express Busi
ness between the enti e group
of Islands. We make our
selves responsible for all Pack
ages and Goods sent by ih.
We have responsible Agents
at all ports touched by steam
Our Express Wagons will
call for and deliver to any
part of the city.
Baggage Checked direct to
destination from hotel or resi
Packages and money sent
by our Exprc s iystem arc
guaranteed for tht-ir full va
lue. Our Agents board all in
Baggage and Goods stored
three days free of charge.
13? Place of Business:
Hotel and Union streets.
Both T. lephoncs 479.
v AND v
Mattut Telophoue 507.
Bell Tolephote 460
The iO-MileRoid Race
A BIG SCOOP
Wins Klmt Time I'rUc.
Hfeond l'lacf 1'rlio.
Until Kilters M tutted on "ClAVtlaiiil"
A. I, C. Atkinson, who nractlcnllv
won Ural pUce, rude a innchlne titled with
"Clt-viilaml ' Tires.
'0 ev-lnn I" lllcvi'hn and Tlren are
fn'l, conalilerlinr tlier.i werd only three
't'lev-lanilH" In tho llace,
H E. WALKER. Agent
Mortgairoo's Notico of Intention to
IN ACCOIIDANOK WITH THK 1'ltO
vlnlnns of a criaiu nmriuHuo liihile hy
tllmrlfB II. Wllion ol Honolulu. Oahu, to
(Jnir 1. Towimmm, ol Bald llnnolu u,
oated Aiikiiki llth, A. II. lb'JI.and recoidni
in the Olllun of HoiBtrar of ConTryancuo,
in II ok 1 17. panes 478, I7t mid 4Kt, notlen
Ih )iereliy gUen that th-i bald tleoru ''
I'ownseml, iuoriKKte, into nla to forcclosn
thu mid ninrWiit;t) for uouddlon hrokoii, to
wilt nnn-p-'Viu.nl of principal hn due.
Notice U a I ho huitihv nlvun that thu pro
perty eovered by tald mortK"yc will ho
old at I'uhlio Auctlui. at the Auction
llooni of Jan K. Mork'au, hi aald Honolulu,
On SATUJtDA Y, Doeombor 22, 18U1,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
'Hie 1'ioperiy rovu-ud hy nld mo-tnat;e
Ik described hn IoIIdwh: All that icr.uln
inecit or pu eel of luud situate at Kit iiukn
hint, in mid Honolulu, lioili ded and iIm
erihed as foiiown, v z : CouiiiieucluK at
the nuikn eoruer of Youiu! and I'llkol
Htreois him runnliK In an eairly dlru
lion hIhiiu Yuiiiik mieet ailt-s feet, tlienee
Iu i. north r dlreuilou lMi feet, thence n
aweatii.ly direction In t'dkol HUeut UIIUI
feel, tluiii u in n Muilhitrlv d reeth n nl W
I'dU-.l til reel IMi.II feet to place of com
me m-Hineiii rnutitinltii; an urea of "'II -U 00
of nil nuie.
OKOHIM I'. TOWNHK.M)
City Uakuiaub Co.,
CiriiHr KlllK mid llelliel Ht.
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113 -
Flno Carrlai;oH Ac Civil Drlvorn
In hn had at all hotlru.
.1. S. ANDUADE,
Bftvo Unit tho Amount of Jfour Oil
Bill Through Saving In Pigment.
Every tminlrr shnulil uso I.ticoi, In
stentl of liinseetl Oil, bemuse:
1. tittrni. Ii more dmatU than I .Inured
2. I.rcoL li more economical than l.ln
l'JIOOF THAT LUCOL 18 MORE
tix years of itctinil uko in exterior
hotiHO intinling in California (tho
moat trying cliumto fur iminta), in
tho burning heat of tho Arizona Des
ert, thu Arctic cold of Aliutka, mui on
the Ailnutic count, havo fully anil
liraciiuitlly tdiown tliat I.ticoi, atwuya
(iiilWfurK LiiiHonil Oil under llto raute
uotidltioiiH. All ilia nuitl worku in
Man FrMtuixco Intvu tlii-ciirttuil l.itt
need Oil ftir I.ucoh.
IIJ.UHT11ATE TJII8 YOUJtSEJ.F.
Put Btrnng nntmnuin ou Linseed and
l.tirnl iminlM. 'I'lin l.lnom.d iul,i
are ili-lroyed iii a fuw niinutrn; the
Lucol inintfl arc iiraelionlly uimllccl
etl. PROOF THAT LUUOL 18 MORE
Breitk uji lj 11m. tiaote whlto Imd
in ouo pint of l.trcoi,, unit the rnnie
qunntily in unu iiiul of Linncil Oil.
Hjircitil thu iiilnl8 on tdtnilnr dark
KlirfnceH for mmiiarUmi. Tim l.iu.ol
'(mini 8ireiiiht ait far hm and covcm
niueii neiier iinin tue i.iumi'ii i.iint.
To get cqiiitlly good covering with thu
Liiifccd mini you have to uu 12 Urn.
of while lend to ouo pint of l.iiihceij
Oil. Tliin nieaiiH a raving of Hi. of
pnHto lend to encli pint olldicoi. iihi'iI,
or 0 lhi. to every gallon, equivalent
to your tutviug more than half thu
llritl eil of thu l.t'coi..
Iiitnot. Ik not iu competition with
cheap l.nirteil Oil HiiliKliluteK.
ARentH for the Hawaiian Islands
HftrtlxN Ptre tBRuraacs Co.,
Liiuciin iwiDCKSUtre firs lu. Co.,
Nk Tori Ulo Inn. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER,
OnBural Ageat lor Hawailia Ialaada,
I'. O. JONXS. C A. JONES.
Safe Deposit and inynslnient Co,
NO. 4as KilUT Kriir V.T.
BAKKb of Ynrioiib hint's for Itent hy the
Month or Yi-ur.
VAULTS o' mi from H::ai a.m. until 4
V. M. nxeupt ou Hiiuritnyk, when they will
be closed nt ii.W v, M
Wo liny nud Knll llrst-clnhH 8rOCKB
and UUlsDiJ, and nuikn advainea ou tame.
1IMI t III
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER &CO., i.
C. 11. COLLINS,
IThiG Hanioss, Saddles
33 XI X D Xj 33 13 ,
Carriage Tops, Cushions,
Ktmilerk, Davhen, Htorin A prom, V.U;, Kte.
210 King St. P. 0. Box 49G.
INLAND OltDUItH HOLICU'ICD.