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I TV "If I-
Now Goods of Every Dcsiiipion
and of llio Very Latest Designs
just arrived from the Coast per
bark "Bryant," at prices to suit
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Hotel Street, "Kobinson Block."
Bell 526 TELEPHONES Mutual H5
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISH ED 1868.
New Goods ! Latest Designs 1 Largest Stock !
801, II) OAK HKDROOM bKTH,
B0KA8. I.OIINOKH, WARRR01IK8,
mi it turns, noui.iu.noh, ktu., kto.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
I'or Koll ul 40 Ynnli, R!.t.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76
9iiccfsors to 0. K. Wllllmnt.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
Ill NUUANU STJtRBI.
Importer and Dealer in Eitqui dry and Fancy Goods
ladles' Wares of every description. Alio, freali line of Chinese Uootln.
Pongee & "WliHe Sills. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings!
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
IV Fit Guaranteed. 1'riceu Moderate. W
99" &xtxxal Teleiplione 542
IMPORTER AND DEALER IS
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Presb California Roll Batter and Island Butter
gT ALWAYS ON HAND J0
lot Goods fiecalied by Every Steamer from San PndcIscg
StT All Order faithfully attaint to BatlBfaotInn Kiinrsiiu-d Imaurt Onuirt
oitolUd and packed wltb care.
Luiooui Block, Kino Stbkkt, Bet. Fort nu Ai.ake Sthkith.
BOTH TBI-BHHONKH 240
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frub 0oo4k by Every California Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
Island Oeubrh Solicited. Mt 0T Satisfaction Ouanantkkd.
XBLBPUONB n H t HOX MS
LI. K. MuINTYRK .V: HKO..
imfobtrbs tun mur.ttw im
Groceries, Provisions - and - Feed.
New Ooodi KmmItkiI by Krery I'anket frum the Kmiern Hlau ami Kuro
fRBHH CALIFORNIA . IMIODUOK UY ICVKKY NTKAUKK
411 Order faltlifiilly Itsinlitil ui ami OimmU lWie"1 to im
Kurt ul the (Jlty KKICK.
litAIID OlPVM HoUOITID. SATISfACTIOK (ilHMVTatl)
ANT OOKWBU OKT
-P O BOX 7V
H l MOX n
A til) KINO NTUKKTd,
Tho war betweon China nntl
Japan in ntill on. So fnr tint
Japanese have all the lient of
it. How Ioiir this will Inst,
titno alone can tell.
FlnMictl by their numerous
victories, tho Japanese nre
ruliiui their armies into Chi
nos) territory. Tito captttro
of Ping Yang with itn fortu
anil treasure was their first
Tho naval battlo at tho
mouth of tho Yaltt Jtiror and
tho total destruction of three
Chinese men-of-war followed
this quickly. Tho final expttl
sion of tho Chinese from Corea
and tho rapture of Kiow Lion
Chang loft tho road open to
tho Japs to both Mottkdon
To carry ou this warfaro
Japan has (so far) enlisted otto
hundred thousand men asido
from hor regular standing
army, and hundreds of tho
bono and sinew of tho laud of
tho recruiting ollices daily.
This has caused tho price of
labor to increase 100,". In
consequence Japanese mate
rial and products of every
description have nearly dou
bled in price.
However, as wo had 'our
largo Christmas order in seve
ral months ngo, wo will not
Why trade with firms who
carry att assortment of goods
that aro of inferior quality or
made by tho cheapest labor,
when yon can get tho best for
tho same price? Wo guaran
tee ovory article in our storo
to bo tho very best that tho
Japanoso market can produce
anil at prices that woro in
voguo before war was de
clared. For Ladies
Wo have an assort men t of
Articles both Useful and Orna
mental that must please tho
most Fastidious. Every lady
is particular about tho Hand
kerchiefs hIio uses. Wo have
all kinds Plain, lloautifully
Embroidered, Drawn and
Open Work all Colors and
Doilies, hand-painted and
embroidered, Crepe Silk
Sashes, Silk and Crepe Shawls,
ami a variety of Scarfs. Wo
also received a largo variety
of Silk Dress Cioods.
Wo have Silk Shirts - white
ami colored either plain or
embroidered; Cravats, Neck
ties of ovory variety, shade
and shape, Smocking Jackets
and Caps, that aro a pleasure
to woar, 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
Hoots that we have. They
were made by the best Jnpa
nehu .Mechanics, and we guar
antee the quality, style, lit
and finish Calf, Patent
Leather and Tan.
Articles, mch as Tea Cosies
for covering Tea Services, etc.
Fine Table ami Med Covers,
and pretty Chair Hacks we
have in profusion.
Also some Menu Cards for
Thanksgiving, Christrnts ami
Now Yoar'B that are pretty
Enjoy Christmas princi
pally because they receive love
oiloriugH from parents and
friends, A good present to
give a boy is one of our Hut
terlly Pins, and a nice present
for your girl can be had by
getting one of our Hooks of
Fairy Tales, they are made of
line Crepe paper profusely
Illustrated and the Stories aro
translated from Old Japanese
LORD ROSEBERY RETRA0T3.
He Withdraws Statomenta Made
Concerning the Press
London, Nov. 17. -Lord Kosobory
has withdrawn his words censuring
the press in general for tho publica
tion of tho political situation at ono
time in Now Zealaud in particular.
Tho Times pointed out that the
comments of the papers were based
upon ollicial record?, and requested
Lord llosebory to withdraw his
words. The Premier does so in this
language: "I regret that tho words
I used included a contradictmont of
the statement that New Zaland had
wished or intended to administer
tho government of Samoa. My use
of the word 'wish,' I readily admit,
was a slip. As regards tho word 'in
tention' it cannot bo alleged that
New Z 'aland had any intention to
administer the government of Sa
moa, for any such proceeding would
have Ijcimi contrary to the treaty en
gagement of the Imperial Govern
Ho Might Have Escaped Any Day.
There was once a man who, on ac
count of his religious convictions,
was arrested bv a despotic govern
inent ami thrown into prison. Look
ing at tho strong stone walls that
shut him in, ho naturally concluded
thai he must spend the rest of his
days in this lonely and dismal place.
Yet wretched as tho prospect was,
there was some comfort in the
thought that ho was a victim of op
pression, and not undergoing punish
menl as a violator of any good and
righteous law. All the same ho
would have been glad to get out, as
ho had a right to do if ho could.
Nevertheless there ho stayed and
languished for sixteen years. At
nearly tho end of that period it oc
curred to him one day to climb up
ou n projecting stone in tho wall
and take a peep through tho window
above his head Ho did so, and found
the iron bars removable and the sash
not fastened. An idea struck him,
of course. Why not escape? Ho
opened the whitlow, jumped six feet
to the ground, and left that district
immediately. He might have done
no at any time during his protracted
occupancy of the place, if he had
only been blessed with u mom in
quiring mind and not taken mi much
Now here comes an incident both
like and unlike that of the martyr; i
iiko ii ijccause mere was loss or Tree
action, unlike it because the mi Merer
was not imprisoned an ho was.
The story is in the form of a let
ter, one of those letters wo all pre
fer to get short and made up of
short words. Tho writer, a lady,
says: "For tho last sixteen years 1
hate been greatly alllicted with bili
ous complaints and weakness. I wan
always tired, weak, and low-spirited.
I had no appetite, and when food
was placed before mo I could not
touch it. For days I could scarcely
eat anything. At times 1 was trou
bled with sickness and heaving at
the stomach, spitting up a thick
phlegm. I had a troublesome cough,
with pain at my chest and dllllculty
of breathing. 1 got very weak and
could scarcely drag myself in and
out of the shop. In December, lHlil,
1 began to take a medicine 1 had
heard well spoken of by many of my
customers, called Mother Soigeln
Curative Syrup. After I had taken
only a few doses I fell relief, ami 1
had not used the medicine for a
fortnight when I felt better than I
had done for years. Thus encour
aged, 1 kepi on with it until 1 was
restored to good health. My sou
Arthur had siillorod oil and ou for a
year from pain and heaviness after
meals, with a sinking feeling at the
pit of the stomach. He wa induced
to try Mother Seigel's Curative
Syrup and the result was the same
as in my own case. I know several
perilous in this district who have
been cured by the Syrup after all
other means hud failed. Von aro at
liberty to publish my letter if you
think it might be of benefit toothers
alllicted as I wa. Yours truly,
(signed) (Mrs.) M. Ward, 171, likes
ton Itoad, Radford, Nottingham,
April I, W2."
We congratulate Mrs. Ward upon
her deliverance from a distressing
ami dangerous disease. liat a pity
she did not sooner learn how easily
and certainly she could be curwl.
Sixteen years is too largo a hlico out
of one's life to be spout in bodily
and mental misery. Very few of us
can have wealth in any case, but
health should be a blessing common
and universal as sunshine. And it
might be if everybody know how to
preserve it when they possess it, or
to regain it when lost. This lady's
disease was of the digestive organs
-indigestion ami dyspepsia -the
most a 111 ic live and perilou-t of all
because it involves every function of
tho body, scattering its poison at
every point through the medium of
tho blood. Xearlv all ailments aro
but the dillureully named results
and symptoms of this prolific parent
of evil. That the remedy ulio men
lions should have cured her will not
surprise those who know its well
founded reputation. Man,) v. or no
cases constantly yield to it.
Our friend tlie martyr abode in
his cell a weary time bccniiho he was
ignorant of the simple way out. If
the reader ol these lines is a captive
to dlseafo he has no excuse for re
maing so. In her short and honest
letter our correspondent points to
tho open door.
l'npn iiiff for Ohrislinus
Mrs. Iioaidiuan's "Ka Mallo" stock
is neatly all sold and anticipating a
heavy demand for Christmas goods
she ordered a fine Hie of Fancy
Articles, etc., they will arrive on
tho next Australia. Her large
ami coiiiiuodiiiuii launi will be fitted
up as a show room. All her old
customers and the Honolulu people
in geuenl are invited to inspect this
magnificent stock of Christmas
At Williams' Studio ate to lie neon
Portraits ou Watch Dials, which he
In making a specially of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
is gathering together tho
usual choice army of Holi
day Supplies at Thrum's
FORT-STRKKT STORK, which
for variety in carefully ho
lected goods from 1'ariH,
New York, Puilad. Iphiu
md S in Francineo rcndei'H
this long established store
of Holiday Novelties in all
the lines of Dolls and Doll
Sundries, Toys and Garm h,
"Wagons, Carriages, Hock
ing Howes, Mioollies, Velo
cipedes, Tool Chests, Cro
quet Set, Kltcks, .Juvenile
and Toy Books, Etc., Etc.
The AtM actions
of Christinas NoveUie.. Sty
lish Stationery, with a line
iifHortinent of Leather
Goods in I'tir-es, Magazine
Covers, Card Cases, Writ
ing and Traveling Cases,
Albums, Kte., give oppor
tunity for choice sehctions
at moderate prices.
Yet to Arrive
Marble Statuary, Presenta
tion and Mis ellaueous
Book, more Dolls, latest
designs in Indian Work
and lion-Bon Baskets also
a large stock of Vcpc Tis
sue PapeiH in choicot co
lors and tint edges.
TH0S. G THRUM,
Itri Van Sirt.
. HAGKFBLD k CO.
Ill'.(l TO ANNOl MKTIIK Alt
ltlVAIiOKTIIK.lt Iron Bark 'Taiil Isenberg"
I'll D.'ljs 1mm (Im li'liiilinlc nllli u
LA KG E
p. i lie iiiHt No Jl K't- 1UA
U'til.iliMii i.nikU In n.i (if R " 9.
1 mi oiiiircii
! t wrn.i i 1 'tsi saw 9
ROOMS AND BOARD.
DOOMS AND IIOAIU)
IV tor 11 few tmii can liu
mill ill llanlHiil, nn ilm Will
W. 8. 1IAIITI.KIT.
IjMMtNIHIIKD 1MI SK
JL 10 mi nt t 'milium ul
iriiiucnr., ttmKIKI. Mtai
U I-., liu IIIIMIA.N,
CITY PROPERTY FOR BALK.
Two Huiim.', on tin' Htniit-
rnr llm, will ho ,oM low.
l'url of the in, liny limy renmiii 011 inert
Kuku Apply uttliUOlIlco. l'Oltf
AKKW liAKOK AIUY
Olll.tt-s ui rem mi
moilrruiH iHimt 011 tliH
boroml llo'ir ol 1 tie Kpwc- I
kelh' lUnk Uluk Ai11.lv In
llfJ-l'm Wu 0. IUWINACO.. I.'ii.
TO RENT OR LEASE.
rpjIK 1'ltKMIBKS. COIl
1 11. r (Jui'on mm I'uihIi
liowlH ri'ctH, t ,'inerly nciii.
pini uy rii mi its- nxprusn,
I'll H'Hi'CIII ulvt'ii 11l1.no
tor tfriiih. hii.
In 1 1 v P tu nit it v
rpjIltKK Nltli: LOTH AT
1 Mil klkl ut 11 IhrnMu.
frflxl&Oi-urli. Will hull uithur
uh a wlmlii or hcpuriilcly
Cilliiinliu lllnck, MiTcliiinl htni.t.
Ii-Oll TWO Oil TllltKK
I Ycuri, 11 I'otuiKd (cuii
iriilly locutuili ul t- diip
lliioins with I'tiiitrv mill
ICIUtllull ilttnillll'il llilllirniiiii. HiTvn ill's
mill l'iirrlii);v-rii(iiiis mill binli'ns nn tin
l'ruinlhi'H. Tim lltiiiru Ih pa lly lilt , up
for liuiiMikit'pliii., nail ilm lot will lm
iiivioi'ii on inini 11111 11111111 y.iru ny a tunc
tpilru ul tliu lliii.i.iiriN Olliuu,
iihhi ri-jHiiiiiiiit iiiiiiiiiH are wiinicii
To Xiesise !
IOIl A I.ONU TK.ItM OK
I xi'Hru all ti o 11 I'p'inl
m4 ill I I'lco IooiiitI) iimiI
liy inn nn a H 1111 I'milory,
'I we llilllilioi: IimiI ui K up K ciorv,
K'linii Wiirrli iimi, llrcprunfj II1I1I; II ilM
I .t wild llnkcry inn i,i a KktIIIiik
IIiiiimi wllli Klti'lmu unit Oiitliuiiii'ii.
T. W ItAWllisH,
liu llic I'ri'iiiiM''.
t- AIhu. miiiiii Hlii'llitinl I'oiili'n nml
1 Uooil tJuilillo Mulu. IAJJ U-
will conduct a General For
warding and (OxprcHH Busi
ness between the enti u group
of Is'ands. We make our
selves responsible for all Pack
ages and Gocds sent by u.
We have responsible Agents
at all ports touched by steam
Our Express Wagons will
call for and deliver to any
pai t of the city.
Baggage Checked direct to
destination from hotel or resi
dences. Packages and money sent
by our Expre-s iystem are
guaranteed for their full va
lue. Our Agents board a'l in
Baggage and Goods stored
three days free of charge.
K5f Place of Businens:
Hotel and Union street.
Both Ti lephones 170.
A BIG SCOOP
Wlin Klnl Time I'rle.
HToml I'lncf l'rlrc.
Until Klili'in M itnlpil on "CloToIniul"
Vflu A. I 0. AtkliiMin, who prnptlcnliv
won llrsl plhi-n. rutin H nmi'lili.p llllril Willi
"(5 i-r'nii I" IUc)rlcsmlTlrriiw
fit' t , cnii.lilorlii tln"rt with only tlirre
"l lev IniuH" In the Itncn.
H E WALKER. Agent
City Caiuuamk ('o.,
Oonipr KIiik nikI lletlixl hU ,
- BOTH TELEPHONES 113
Finn CarriagUH & Civil DrivMr
ro rw. IihiI l nil Iioiiik
.1. S. ANDRADK,
Docs nil klnoa ol Work In
Ciment & stone SidnWdiks & Carblng.
lie linn on linml n UrK Hnpply nf Clil
linn (ImintH t'urti ami nlway. L't'p-. Ila
wnilmi (!iirliluit Hloim. K'tnim'it. uiven
ami lowrnii priivH nHMiifd. llrilTiili-pliimo
FOR SALE CHEAP
A HURRY IN VKRY
(Io'kI Repair. Alio
H few RrnkrH lioth N-w
anil bcu n il-lmml. Annv to
IHi7.tr Hi.iioIiiIii Carrlnit- M'l'y.
I ll.Wi: TII1H DAY, by npnilal pownr
1 nl iiltorncy, npiollilMl my miii, Kilwaril
DowM'tt, to tiuiihtitit ull my hiiHiii-'XM In ru
Kiuil to my proiivrty on t liu Inluml ot
Slnnl. J. I. DOWBKIT.
Iloiiulillu, Nor. '.7, Ib'JI. llUS'.'w
DIIRINO MY A1IHKNOK FROM THK
Jlawnllau lulamlN, Ylm ar.ok is
a itlinrrril under (ull jiower ut nttorury to
traiibucl nil bumuvHt for ill.
Iloiiulillu, Nov. U7, 18'JI. IPtt-lw
I HI'.RKUY KORI1II) ANY AND A I.I.
1 iurHon from IuihIIiik or K"ln upon
my propuny known as I'uiilou, nUirlutof
hwa.OKlm. J. 1. DOWtiKIT
Iloiiulillu, Nov. U7, Ib'JI. HIW-'.'w
rpiIKHTKAMKIt KINAU WII.I.I.K.VVK
X Jlilti. Hulunliiy. Di-c. '.-.M.iit 7o'olonk
1 m., nml arrlvu at llouolulii, .Mouilay,
lieu. :Ulh at il ii'iiliKik a. m.
Wll.llKll'S STKAMHIIll CO.
Honolulu, lire. A, IS'.II, lUMI-til
'PHK IINDMIKIONKI) llAVK DULY
X iippolntu.l Mr Vim Hrureuk muter
lull pnwi-r of aitoiny to culleo ull out
btAiidiiiu He lits for our llriu.
WlNU ON WO X CO.,
by Ylm tjimn
Iloiiulillu, Nor. 27, IM I ilUd-lw
rpilK W( ON TAI 110. Wll.l.DOA
1 (In u nl Hi'Uil Miircuiilllf IIiihIiiuhii
ul Honolulu, UIhii i of Ofllm. an i l.uiu
Kmii lilti Ik Hie MauHuor of miIiI IiuhIiii'mi
iii.il Inn ('Hi aulliorliy to H'i;n the linn
ii nn- ui nn mini ra ppriiiiiinK m ni
bu. nn n.
WINCI ON TAI CO,
VJOTIHK IH IIKRKJIY OIVKN THAT
ll all rliilniH iiiilimt tliu (,'rilnrliin Ha
loon will lm mIiIimI hy Mr. Jim. V, Mer
Kim, nml nil ouiMlauililiK lurouilliiliiu tin'
Drllirloii H.iIikiii ami tint Jolililn lioiibH o
l. II, I Ion up lo tliu iiImivii ilatH are pitynlilu
In Mr. I.. II, Ilm. All IiIIIn niiMliihl ( II,
inn pmiKti pruhuiii iiiuiiiMiiaii'iy lur nay
Iloiiulillu, Utit. 3, IbUI,
Save Halt the Amount of Your Oil
BUI Through Raving in Pigmnnt.
Every puiiitcr ulioitlil m l.ncot, in
Ktcnit u( J.niHciil Oil, lici'uusc:
1. I.tjcoL In mnrp ilurtttilr tlinn l.lnii-fHl
'1. l.i'coL In more tennomknl than Un
1'JIOOF THAT JiUCOL 18 MOltF.
Six yearn of ncttml uiie in exterior
house (miming in Ciilifornin (tho
most trying climate for ii.iintu), in
Hie huriiiiig heal of tho Arizona Div
ert, the Arctic cold of Alimka, ami on
(lie Atlantic cont, have fully nml
liraclicnlly rlitnvii Hint I.ucoi. alwayn
otitwcam filiiHCeil Oil miller the funic
coiulitioiid. All the HCiil werL'M in
Han Franelrco have ilinunnleil J.in
KUi'tt Oil for Lticol..
ILLU8T11ATK TI1IH YUUKHELF.
I'm Htrong aiiinionln on Unoped nml
l.ucol pulnU. The Mtnreil imiuu
arc ilcKlroyeil in a few ntiuiitcn; tlio
l.ucol uiuiM are practically nun licet
1'llOOF THAT MJCOli 18 MORE
Ilreiik up 1 Uik. imnlc while lead
in one pint of Ixntii., nml the tmiur
qitaiiliiy in one pint ul l.itiirt'd Oil.
Hprcud the puintH on nituil.ir dark
MtirfuceM for coiiiiitrifon, Tlie Litrol
puiul eprenil." ax far uc and roera
milch hctter than the LiiiKiril paint.
To get equally good covering with tho
l.iiiiieud paint you have to iimi 2 Ilia,
of while lead lo one pint of l.iiixceil
Oil. TIiih iiicnurt a caving of Ih. of
pilMte lead to each pint of l.licoi. nerd,
oi 0 Uik. lo every gallon, equivalent
to your navIng more than half the
Una imikI of the littcou
J.ucoi, in not in com pet it ion with
I'heiip MuHfi'd Oil ulMtitiiiiT.
AgftiitH for tlie Hawaiian Islnnils
Harrturt t tru loKar&ncv (Ju.,
LiiniiJiu UtncKvnlre Fire liu. Co.,
Thaniiwitnd Mersey Marine Ihk. Co.,
New lurk Lift In. Co.,
G. U. BERGBK,
GflBural AflHoI lor Hawaiian lalasaa.
P. 0. JONES. K A. JONKS.
Safe Deposit and Investment Co.
NO. 403 FiUtTbritKKT.
8AFKH nf Viirluiis SIhs for Rent by tho
Moitb or Yi ur.
VAIM.TH oi-on from H:'M a.m. until -I
r. m. uxi'upt on Hiiuir.iayn, wlimi they will
lm clut-oil at 'i ,"U I'. M
Wu liny nml Kail llrxl-elahg Hrt)(KH
ami ROaDd mill mako nilvanci's on buiui1.
Wire -: Nails
WILDE It & CO., L'd.
C. K. COLLINS,
Fine HariioBH, Saddles
03 ZX 1 33 Xj 13 3 ,
Carriage Tops, Cushion?,
Ki'iiittim, llii.bi'H, Klorui Apnui, Kit., Kin,
210 King ht. P. 0. Box 490.
IBI.ANI) ORDKRH UOhlCU'KI),