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New Goods of Every Dcsiiiplion
and of the Very Latest Designs
just arrived from the Coast per
bark "Bryant," at prices to suit
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Hotel Street, "Kobinson ttloek."
Bell 526 TELEPHONES Mutual 646
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
New Goods 1 Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
SOLID OAK IlKIHtOOM bKTH,
80KA8, LOUSOKS, WAUIMOIIKB,
MIltllOKS, MOULDINOD, ETC., KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
lr Holt or 40 Ynr.li, 12.(0.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutnai 76.
Successors to 0. K. Williams.)
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
411 NUDANU STHEE1.
Importer and Dealer in European Dry ana Fancy Goods
Ladles' Warn of every description. Alio, fresh line of Chinese Ooods.
Pongee 8c "Wliite Sills: Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Beat Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawlo, Etc
If Fit Guaranteed, l'riccs Moderate, M
tsr 3-u.fu.a.l TeleiDlion.B4S
IMPORTER AND DKALKR IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, PLOUR and PEED.
Prtita California Roll Batter and Island Batter
gr ALWAYS ON HANI) jgB
fti Goods Bwelied bj Ever; Steamer from San Francisco
ftf AJI Orders faithfully atteud to. Satisfaction Kiarnuert Isiaun Orrturt
Mltolud and packed with care.
Lincoln Block, Kino Street, Hrr. Fort and Alaska Htbibta.
BOTH TBI.SfHONKH 240
LEWIS & CO..
Ill FOKT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale k Retail Gromn
Pro? ision Dealers fc Naval Supplies
fmli Goads hy Brery California Stealer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
Islands OiDiRa Solicited. j 0 Satisfaction Guarantied.
XlliBPHONB W f. O BOX 140
H. K. McIJSTYRE & BRO.,
IMrOBTBBA AND DEAf.Btt. IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
Mew Ooodi Itacelved hy Every Packet from the Katm Btafcis and Ramp
rBKflH . CALIFORNIA I'RODUOE BY KVKBV HTKAUICR
All Order faithfully attended to and Ooods Dellvtirsd ui en?
Part of the Oily KKKK.
(bland Obdbu Houoitbd. SiTiHrAimoM (iuimmin
tUBT OOUNSU FOUT AND KINO BTUKKTB.
p o. hox m
-v o hox w
Tho war bolweon China and
Japan is still on. So far the
Japanese harn atl tho lost of
it. How long this will hist,
timo alono can tell.
Flushed by their numerous
victories, tho Japanese aro
pushing their armies into Chi
neso territory. Tho capture
of 1'ing Yang with its forts
and treasure was their first
Tho uaral battle at tho
mouth of tho Yalu lliror and
the total destruction nf three
Chineso mon-of-war followed
this quickly. Tho dial expul
sion of tho Chineso from Corea
and tho capture of Kiow Lion
Chang loft tho road opon to
the Japs to both Moukden
To carry on this warfare
Japan has (so far) enlisted ono
hundred thousand men aside
from hor regular standing
army, and hundreds of tho
bono and sinew of tho land of
tho chrysanthemum aro crowd
ing tho recruiting offices dally.
This has caused tho prico of
labor to incroaso 100. In
consequence Japanese mate
rial and products of overy
description have nearly dou
bled in price.
However, as we had our
largo Christmas order in sero
ral mouths ago, wo will not
Why trade with firms who
carry an assortment of goods
that aro of Inferior quality or
made by tho cheapest labor,
when you can got tho best for
the same pricoT Wo guaran
tee every article in our store
to be tho very best that the
Japanese market can produce
and at prices that were in
vogue Ixiforo war was de
clared. For Ladies
Wo have an assortment of
Articles both Useful and Orna
mental that must please the
most Fastidious. Kvery lady
is particular about the Hand
kerchiefs she uses. Wo have
all kiuds-l'iaiu, Beautifully
Embroidered, Drawn and
Upen Work all Coitus and
Doilies, haud-patulod and
embroidered, Crepe Silk
Sashes, Silk and Crepe Shawls,
and a variety of Scarfs. Wo
also received a largo variety
of Silk Dress Goods.
Wo have Silk Shirts-white
and colored either plain or
embroidered; Cravats, Neck
ties of overy variety, shade
and shapo, Smocking Jackets
and (Japs, that are a pleasure
to wear, and Silk and Cotton
Pajamas that are comfortable
and 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 the best Japa
nese Mechanics, and wo guar
antee the quality, style, fit
and finish Calf, Patent
Leather and Tan.
Articles, such os Tea Cosies
for covering Too Services, etc.
Fine Table and Bed Covers,
and pretty Chair Backs wo
have in profusion,
Also some Menu Cards for
Thauksgiviug, Christum and
Now Year's that aro pietty
Enjoy Christmas princi
pally because they receivo love
offerings from parents and
friends, A good presont to
give a boy is one of our lint
terlly Pius, and a nice present
for your girl can bo had by
getting one of our Books of
Fairy Tales, they nro made of
line Crepe paper profusely
Illustrated and the Stories aro
translated from Old Japanese
STORMY PETREL GLADSTONE.
Tho Grand Old Man Talks from Hie
Tho following is from a recent
London telegraphic letter:
Mr. Gladstone, in reply to a re
quest for his views as to the proper
methods of dealing with the House
of Lords, declines to express an
opinion upon tho subject because of
his retirement from the leadership
of the party. At about tho same
time, howevor. tho ex-promior has
thrown a botnb shell into the midst
of tho strongest group of his follow
ers by addressing a lollor to tho
Bishop of Chester against local op
tion. In this letter Mr. Gladstone
declares that if local option pretends
to bo a romedy for tho evils of drink
ing it is little better than au im
posture. The principles of tho
Gothonborg system I o maintains to
be tho only one permissiblo or at all
tenable, and to the great amazement
of both Gladstonians aud tho Con
servatives adds that for long years
no uas been strongly oi tbis opinion.
Tho tomporauco party in Great
Britain has been highly scandalized
by this declaration and their organ
recalls tho fact that when Mr. Glad
stono last came into power it was
largely in consoquenco of his having
repeatedly pledged himself to secure
tho passago of a local option meas
ure. Subsequently during his in
cumbency of tho premiership he ap
proved the bill and did not say a
word in referonco tothoGothonherg
system. Sinco Mr. Gladstone's re
tirement, Sir William Harcourt, who
is his successor in tho leadership rf
the party, has ronowed tho pledges
made, absolutely and unqualifiedly
committing tho government to the
introduction of a local option bill
before the dissolution of Parliament.
In tho courso of his letter to the
Bishop of Chostor, Mr. Gladstone
said: "I am glad U see that Cham
berlain actively supports tho Goth
enburg system." Sir Wilfred Law
son, M. P., president of the United
Kingdom Alliance for the suppres
sion of the liquor trallie, protesting
against the eliaugo of trout, says
that if the Liberals now depart from
tho recognized principle of their
party and sanction even moderate
drinking under tho Gothenburg sys
tem, it will be the heaviest blow over
dealt to the temperance cause In
Great Britain. His party, he de
clares, will reluse to accept any com
promise. Tho inlluential Brit Mi
Weekly Heview, dissenting in com
menting upon the declaration of Mr.
Gladstone, sajs: "To what things
are wo coming if Mr. Gladstone has
taken the field in this wise against
measures of his own cabinet? What
does the reference to Mr. Chamber
lain mean? It seems certain that
the last and most astounding Glad
stonian development is yet to bo
witnessed." This remark refers to a
rumor that has been put in circula
tion that Mr. Gladstone has been ad
vising Lord Itosobory to subordinate
homo rule to questions of English
social reform, and try to come to
terms with the Unionists with refer
ence to Irish affairs.
,N1I SOCIALIST JI.VNIICSTO.
Two of the strongest and wealthi
est labor organizations in Urat
Britain, the Boilermakers' and Ship
builders' Unions, have hvtifil a joint
manifesto denouncing the Socialistic
tendencies show ii by the majority of
the delegates to the Trades Union
congress recently held at Norwich.
Tho manifesto says in part: "Wo
differ fundamentally with the ideas
advanced. The congress has ceased
to represent the unions and has be
come a gathering of advanced So
cialists, who, were their ideas to pro
vail, would prove a curse to labor,
aud whoso methods would ultimate
ly result In restricted freedom aud
diminished resources. Progress would
bo arrested and in a short time tho
working classes would be placed in a
eoudition of abject dependence upon
tho state. Collectivism cannot take
tho place of individualism: the man
can never bo absorbed by the crowd.
If tho shoutoratthocnui;rcsH would
work more for the unions aud less in
passing wild resolutions it would bo
bettor for thoio they represent."
This organized movement against
tho Socialist wire-pullers is support
ed by several other unions, which
wish to follow tho old lines limiting
tho combined action to purely trade
matters, as apart from pay. Tho
Free Labor Association, au organiza
tion which has been in existence
sovoral years, lias suddenly sprung
iuto prominence through the activity
displayed by it in its opposition to
the Socialist members of tho con
gress. The association publishes a
report showing that, out of 0,78(1.07:1
male workiuginon iu tho United
Kingdom, only 1,01!),()M are union
A Now Argumont Against Oorsota
it woman's wulut
on which a cornet tight
it lai'uil, Tho r hit deformed
hj l'iru Mjiioetwl. prcis
on thu limns till llnty'M
ilNenm-d. The hftirt
l-i Jammed mid
In iiii :
dliii'idi uud In a muss
art) nil couiprced 'Iheie
fore, tills Hilly woman umwH to
lii u liciiutlful ma3.s of woes,
hilt thinks mIio hao a lovely
bliiiic, thoni-h hideous
ua a crippled upe.
it womnii h
which corHct ni'vor
ji't dlfKriifOil. liihide i
Ikh mine of hiuilth. Outside
of I'liurins It has n ucnuli,
It ita IhlllKof he my
true, mid n duect loy
lurever new. It
needs no iirtful
or luetic liltf to
nlvu It "hivIh "
It's HlrmiK "nil -ollil,
plume and koiiihI, mnl
Iniril to k'vt nun ii r ii
iiroiunl, AIiih' If women
only Knew Ihu mischief t hut
IhesHcorrnlHilo, lliey'il let
Hi mn Nature have her
wuy, mid iixvur try her
ult to ' tny,"
is gathering together the
UHiiiil choice array of Holi
day Supplies tit TllItUM's
Fokt-sthekt Store, which
for variety in carefully pc
lected goods from Paris,
New York, Philadelphia
and S'Mi Francisco renders
this long established store
of Holiday Novelties in all
the lines of Dolls and Doll
Sundries, Toys and Games,
Wagons, Carriages, Hock
ing Horses, bhoollies, Velo
cipcdis, Tool Chests, Cro
quet Sets, lilr cks, Juvenile
and Toy Books, Etc., Etc.
of Christmas "Novelties, Sty
lish Stationery, with a fine
assortment of Leather
Goods in Purees, Magazine
Covers, Card Cases, Writ
ing and Traveling Cases,
Albums, Etc., give oppor
tunity for choice selections
at moderate prices.
Yet to Arrive
Marble Statuary, Presenta
tion and Miscellaneous
Hook, more DoIIp, latest
designs in Indian Work
aud lion-lion Baskets, also
ji large stock of Crepe Tis
sue Papers in choicest co
lors aud tint edgt s.
tin l'ori Hireft.
will tell you
It In the
KOIt HAI.K II Y T1IK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents lor Ihu Hawaiian Islands.
0. B. DWIOHT
liuf s nil klims of Work In
Cunent & Stone Sidowaiks & Curbing.
1U has on hsnd a lrc n'ipply of Chl
n Orient Curl) and nlwnyr k.ep IIh
wnilmi CurhliiK Stout. K-UnmlCH clven
and lawpul prlc inimtipd. Hell Telephone
1J1AVK THIS DAY, hy special power
ol attorney, iipHlntd my son, Kdwnrd
Dowsett, to transact all my hnlns In ru
gnrd to my pruiivrty on llin IhIiiihI of
Maul. J. I. DOWHKIT.
Honolulu, Nov. '.7, ls'.ll. lllU--.!
DHKINO MY A1ISRNOK FltOM THK
Hawaiian Island. Ylm Heamulc la
a aborted under full power of Attorney to
trammel all hanmcMi for m .
Honolulu, Nov, '.T, 1801. IP-H-lw
IlIRItr.ltY KOUIIID ANY AND AM.
mjioiis from landing or koIiik upon
my properly known an I'uiilou, Hist riot of
Kwu, Oi.hu. J. 1. DOWHHIT.
Honolulu, Nov. 27, lbll. UUS-'Jw
X Hllo. Saturday, Dec, Sil, at 7 o'clock
i'. m., and an I vn at Honolulu, .Monday,
Dec. Ulth nt II o'clock a. m.
WIMimt'S HTKA.MSHU' 00.
Honolulu, Duo. o, Ib'JI. ILMI-td
rpHK UNDKItSIONKD HAVK DULY
J. nppoliiteu .Mr Ylm Hearer k under
full power of a'toniey to eollec till out
tdttiidiiiK (tet)tM for our llrm.
WlNd ON WO ,t CO.,
.... ly Vim (Juon
Honolulu, Nov, U7, IW1. tlW-lw
rpilK WIMI ON TA1 CO. Wll.l, 1)0 A
J. (limo hI Itelull .Merrnnllle lluslueas
lit Honolulu, IhIhiu of tixhil, an I,iiiii
hunt J hln is thu Mu.,iienr of -aid imslncnN
ni.U hit finl autliorliy to un ihe llrm
iihiiih in nil mattirh apn-rtnlnlni; to said
WINO ON TA1 CO,
'l'i3 !w KiriK trcot.
VrOTICK IS IIKKKIIY (1IVKN THAT
ll nil clalniH UKiilust thu Criterion Ha
loon will hu Mittled liy .Mr. Jut. V, .Mor
pin, and all ouUtaiidltiK iiccouuta duu the
Criterion Saloon and thu Johhln house, of
I.. II. Dee up lo Ilia iilmvu diitn am lutyahlt
to .Mr. I.. II. Dec. All hllU iikIiih ,. II.
lien pieaaM prosenl immediately or nay
20 lbs. of
Honolulu, Oct. 3, lbUI.
will conduct a General For
warding and Express Busi
nenB between the entire group
of Islands. We make our
selves responsible for all Pack
ages and Goods sent hy u.
Wo 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
dences. Packages and money sent
by our Expro-s system are
guaranteed for their full va
lue. Our Agentfl board all in
Baggage and Goods stored
three days free of charge.
K3 Place of Business:
Hotel aud Union streets.
Both Telephones 470.
V AND v
Matnat Telephone 507.
Bell Tekpbo e 460
The 10-MilflRoa(l Race
A BIG SCOOP
Wlni First Time l'rlte.
Bfcond J'iactt 1'rlio.
Uoth Hlilern Mounted on "Clcvfland"
A. I. 0. Atkinson, who uractlcullv
won llrnt place, rode u maclilne titled with
uitvcianu ' urea.
"0 vplan I" Illcrclen and Tlre re
fast, conxlderlnir (horn wera onlv three
"('lev. landa" In tho Hace,
a E. WALKER Agent
KortRngoo'a Notlco of Intention to
IN ACCOKDANOK WITH THK 1'KO
vIhIoiid of a cenaln inortKuco madn hy
tlharleH II, Wilion of Honolulu. Oahu, to
OwirK i' Townseiid, of aald Jlniiolu'ti.
nuted Aukusi Uth, A. D. 18!l.and recoided
In tho Olllce of Itcmtrar of Conveyance,
hi K ok M7, ltU 478, 47it and 481', uotleo
Ih herehy nUen that the said Oeorge 1'.
rowimend, inori'iccB, intends to foreclose
thu snld iiwrtiBj;) tor condition hr ken, to
wit: noii-pyiu ut of prlnc'pal wlmnitue.
NetlcH Is uNo huiebv (;lven that tho pro
perty covered hy tald inort(;e will he
old nt Puhliu Aticti'iu, at the Auction
Itoom of Jan. K. Morgan, In tald Honolulu,
On SATU1IDAY, Docombor 22,1891,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
The 1'ioperiy rovced hy aid mortgage
Is ileaerlhed h followBi All tbatrcraln
piece or pa eel of land situate at Ku'uuka
Inn. iu raid Honolulu, hounded uud dea
crihed as follows, y x Coiuiiieiicini; at
Urn ii ftiika corner of Young aud I'likol
utrects and running in an easUrly dlrtc
lion H,,ng Young Hlieet V!ll)-5 feel, tlience
In a iiorthtrv direction l&ti feel, tlienc in
n webterlv direction to 1'ilkol afeet 210.(1
feet, tin leu in a oiilhurlv d rceth'li al -lig
l'ik"l hi reel lfO.Ii feet to place of com
mencement coutaiuibg an area of 731-1(1X1
of an aurc.
OKOliUK 1' TOWNSKND.
City Carriage Co.,
Corner King aud liethel tit
- BOTI TELEPHONES 113 -
Finn (JarrlaijoH &, Civil Drlvurs
To he had al all hour.
I. S. ANDRADE,
Save Half the Amount of Tour Oil
Bill Through Saving In Vlgmnnt.
Kvory inilntcr tdinnUI nso I.ucoi, in
tcnil nf Linseed Oil, hocatiRc:
1. IincoL Is more durable than I.lnaeed
2, I.rcot. Is more economical than Lin
I'llOOF THAT LUCOL IH MORE
Six yunrri of nctiml tine in exterior
Iioiiko pitinting in Cnliforniii (tho
moat trying climate for uainU), in
tho burning lioat of the Arizona )ch
ort, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, uud on
tho Atlnntic const, lmvo fully mnl
practically i-lmwn that l.unoi, iilwaya
otltwcaro Linseed Oil tinilor tho eaino
comlitioiiM. All tlio Held work a in
Man Fmncifco h.tve iliHcnrduil Lin
scctl Oil fur LucoL.
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
Pitt strong nmmonin on Linxccil ami
Lticol iminla. Tho LiiiBcod paints
uru destroyed in k fnw niiiiutca; tho
Lucol imlntu am prnolically nniiflrct
cd. I'ROOF THAT LUCOL 18 MORE
Drcnk ti) 1 His. pitHto white lead
in ono pint of Litcoi., mid tho mime
qimntity in ono pint of LiiiNoed Oil.
Hpruud thu pninta on einillur dark
unrfucea for coinp.triKon. Tho Lnrol
pitlnt uirui.(N u fur iim nnd cover
much bettor limn tho Linced paint.
To gel equally good covering with tho
Liuneed puiul you lmvo U) nso 2j lbs.
of while lead to ono pint of Linnccd
Oil. Tliia tncitiiH ii Kitving of J lb. of
panto loud to ouch pint til l.ncoi. need,
or 0 11m. to overy gallon, ('univalent
to your saving inoro than half tho
llrnt cost of the I.urol.
I.ucoi, is not in ctniipelitiiii) with
cheap l.iiixei'd Oil nillihtiliitep.
Aaents ot ttir Hawaiian Island
rtArlttirtf Fire laimniiiCfc Co.,
liib.iiio a LaaMMbire Fire lu. Co.,
riDintHi -.an JHoiMy Marine Iu. Co.,
Nhw Tun lite Ins. Co.,
G. 0. BBRGKR,
Oesural agest tor BawailaB IslasJa.
r. o. JONKS.
E A. JONK3.
Safe Deposit and lnveslment Co.
NO. las 1MUT HTItRKT.
8AKKS of VnrloiiH Sizes for Kent hy the
Month or Year.
VAULTS ot en from ht.'lO a.m. until 4
r, m. except on Hal ur.layn, when they will
he closed at 2 'SO I', u
We liny and Boll tlrst-class STOCKS
and J10NDS and mnko advances on tame.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER &" CO., L'D.
C. 11. COLLINS,
Fine Hai'iioss, Saddles
Ctrriage Topi, Cushions,
Kendem, Dakhea, Hlorni Apron, Ktc, Klo,
210 Kill St. P. 0. Box 496.
1HLAND OKDUKH BOLIUITKD,