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The ArroM vtio 1'kaul i wmo Maciiint. with
the Latest Modern Attachments suitable lor Light and
Heavy "Work. To Purchasers: Instructions in Arisene,
Tinsel, Schnclle and Fancy lOtnbroidery Work will no g'ven.
Japanese v Goods !
Fancy Goods of every description. Gents' Crepe Shirts,
Silk Shirts and UnderwoMr. Handkerchiefs, Xeckties and
Japanese Goods imported diict from Japan, bought for
cash and can ho sold cheap for that reason. A care fully
selected stock of Lacquer Ware, comprising some very
Dainty and Unique Dishes. An inpoction invited.
P. O. Kox 221.
Ed. Hoifschlaegcr & Co. :-:
"Homehold" Sewing Machines,
Hind Swing Macblaes, with til Ibe latest ImproTcmnts.
Weiterraiyer's Collage Pianos.
Parlor Organs, Guitar;, and other Instrument.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
Mutual Telephone Go.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till: ADJOl'llNKI) AXM'AI.
Meeting of this Company hrld .Nun.
Mil, l'JI, Ilio follow Iiik OHleer were
elected for tliu enmlng year:
Win. 0. Irwin President
Cecil llrowu Ylic-1'ri-nldtiil
Jtnies Campbell, Godfrey Hrown. II. A
WIdeuiuuu, J. P. Drown itii't W. K.
At Directors' nieetlni; of Nov. '.M, lk'il,
under tliu lly-Uwa of the Company, fur
ther elections wetu made us follow?-:
J. K. Drown Secretary
Uodfrey Hrown 'Jrcusiirer
CO. Uerir Auditor
J. K. HHOWN.
llKMm Secretary Mutual. Til. Co.
M. T. DONNELIi,
FATKNTKE AND SOLE MANLTAOTTIIKH
New Patented Foi Strainer
g$f All Orders or Comm.inloitlnnN
addressed to K. O. Hall ,V Son, l.'.l.,
iwlio have them on utile) or to .M. T.
ionnell, will receive prompt intention.
People'! Baggage Express
WILL CAM. AXV 1'AKT OK THK
City for HAUUAOK. All HuKaM:
received by tin will be bundled with earn
nil dispatch. Wukkoiis will lie on the
Wharf u meet nil Foreign iind Inter
Ialaud Steamers. Moving Pianos mid
Furniture specialty. Olllce- I'nllcd
Carriage Co. and I.lvery Htablcs, comer of
Klug and Fort btreets, next to K O Hull
& Hon. Doth lelephones 'J J.
11UU 3m M. T. MAH8HALL
A. yarrilly Hotel
Per Day t '1
Per Week I2
BfULIAI. MHNTIII.V KTfH.
The Best of Attendance, the lleut riltiiatlon
and the Finest Meals in the lliy.
T. MOUSE, .... Proprietor.
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
1ST. F. BTJR,GKEDSS
Ii again prepared to repair (Jtrden How,
Sprinklers, Water Tup, etc. raw Kllinis
aud all kinds of Tools sharpened, mulitil
Iuk Carving Knives ami HcUcorHj Lewu
Mowers a ixclait : also Betting Olacs; in
fact all kinds of jobbing. Worn i-nlled for
and retarded. Hiuk up 102 Muliiul 'IV1--phonu
any tiuie bufuro U a. ii. I17UU
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
Kitliuat K'Ten on all kinds uf
BTONK.OONOHKTK 4 I'LABTKit WOHK
iV noaoaiTi a srivuLTT U
JOHN F. BOWLER.
ATAfsTTPV Manufacturer of Fanny
uAUUIiII, WruiiKlit Iron Vw
fur Durlal liots, lienlilemes, llnnleiis, Hal.
conies, etc. Union street, nearly opiionltv
Hall Tuner. lio-tf
L. II. Kerr
is the only
man in Ho
"Itnhhifion Itlock," Uotol St root.
For Christmas and Now Your!
Live Tn:kys, Geese & Chckenv
Kaiibi Poultry Ranch
ffT- A 'I 1'oitltrr from theubnve Itnncli
sre I'm asul Urm Ful on (Jriiluuinl Krmh
S' il fr.lers for nnv Jri-r'iitlcn of
l'.mltr) All.e, or Killed and Dreased.
laoforuia Fruit Market,
Corner King and Alakra Bis.
Mutual Tki.kimioxb 'MS.
ol5 FOltT hTKKKT,
Will Bell II Kntlre HtocU of
Boots & Shoes
At and lleluw Cost 1' Ice, comprising
Rlillog, Onr Eureka Boots,
Farwai's and Rcbbcr Boots.
Alto a variety of
Minx, Lwich' ami ('im.i)iii:N'h
SHOES & SLIPPERS !
HOP HING & CO.,
m HOTKL HTUKKT
Wholesale Dealers In
Liquors noil Manila Giprc
Genei al Chinese Merchandise
Mttt Oils, Ulce, Matting
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Ktr.
Bnglisb and American QroceriBb
It y Kvery Coast Bteamer
MUI'IIAI. TKI.KI'HONK H7.
- WILL ATTKND TO -
VdcagRtnent and Salt of Properi)
Collecting In All Its Branches.
Drnuai No, 4U Merchant rltretit.
trx-uA.i. xJBXjcntoiTac a so.
of the Very Finest
Quality put into our
That von will do when
you see thorn.
105 Fort Street.
s-lis tliltl 1'i'iir in inintl tliat iciilu
wlio Inivi' lu-cii ill tin (li'iitd Fur
iiliiliinj: mill Tuilnrin fur u lifo
liiiic i'iiiih' t-ry nunr kuiiwiiig
in lite ilmc if jiroporly niiulo
clnlliiii:. Mr. Storey, wna for
ycit tlii- rulliT for Ailninc, tlte
ftunotiH S.t n l'riincUiMi Tailor.
Vt liuM' it fri'Mi lino of (SooiIh
Wii nro iiIki wny-iip in (In1 (Ii'IiIk'
FiirnifliiiiK Line, uiitl kci'i fon
Mtuiitly on Imnil n full rupply of
tho vi-ry lnttl Tii", Dnvn Slilrtn,
l'ini' t'liiU'rwciir, Klc, lvlc, mill
wo iiiti'inl to riiinjii'ti Imtli in
pili'i'tiuil iiinlity will) iiny xi nil.ir
htoro in Honolulu.
VAN CAMP, JOHNSTON & STOREY,
II1U.3III 41.1 Fori Street.
L. B. KKRU'S
I HAVK JUST ltK.rKIVF.li A
LA1UIK AKBOltrMKNT OK .
mid LateHt Styles.
THKBK OOOH8 WILL II K. BOLD IN
1 ANY QUANTITY FltOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
; to Make a Single Snitl
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERK, - iMPOitTKit,
W. W. AHANA
333 ITuuaau Strt.
Engllsu, Scolcb and American Goods.
Style anil Kit Unaraiiteeit
(ylosjitiiiir cfe Hopairiuj;
Hutual Tele. 668. P. 0. Box 144
fflDliDilAilT " TAlbUK
Fino CasHlmoros Sovkos,
Whlto Linons, Etc.
Suits Mado to Order
O.N HHOKT NOTIOK.
CLEANING. DYEING & REPAIRING
0. A KIM A, - IIS Nuiimiu Ktroot.
FRIDAY, DEC. H tW
NKWS FROM THE SOUTH. I
1 tntirostliifj Hnppcningd Beneath the
i Boutbern Croat.
Jin, Yates, who got her uatno up
i all over the world last year by being
, elect hI Mayor of Onuhuusa, Now
Zealaud, has Iwou defeated this year.
Shu says she will try aain.
Typhoid fever is highly prevalent
at N. S. W. towns. I
The uteatncr Gwydir, fi!8 tons, In
totally wrecked south ol liird lslauu.
No lives lost. Injured for 20,000.
Lockwood. tho Euullsh cricketer.
1 had a narrow escape from drowning
while bathing at Sydney. '
Victoria threatens to withdraw (
from tho Cable Guarantee Fund, tin
der which the present low rates for ,
European and intercolonial messages
are maintained. If she does so the
other colonies will have to follow. ;
with the result that cable rates will '
bo increased to something like the I
former high tariff.
Evidence in the innttirv iuto the '
loss of the S. S. Wairarapa with 12G
lives shows that Captain Mcintosh,
who was drowned, overran his dis
tance on a course so as completely
to throw himself out of his reckon
ing, and that ho carried on at full
speed in a fog so thick that he could
l not see the lighthouses.
Thero has been no fighting at
Samoa lately between the native (
factious, says the Aucklaud Herald. '
Peace has not been made, however,
and at any moment hostilities may
be renewed. This statu of thiugs
prevents any extension of cultivation
or increase of trade. All who know
, anything of the islands are confirm-'
ed in the opinion that it is Impossi
, bio they can do justice to their capa '
billtii'.s under the present arrange
ment of a triple control, lu tho
' Cook Islands (Karotonga) everything
is quiet and progressive under the
management of Mr. F. J. Mom, tho
j British Itesldeut, who uxercis-s his
functions under tho Government of
Miss McQuaid, a stewardess on '
I the I II fated Wairarapa, tubk olT her
life belt and fastened it around a
little child in its night dress, who
, had in her terror hid her head in
Miss McQuaid'a dross. Tho next
' heavy wave washed both away. Both
weru drowned, the little ono not lie-
! ing able to tnko advantage of that
' which had been, with such magni
ficent forget fulness of self, given it.
, Tho Australian papers uolico a '
strange coincidence. In Australia
tho same papers which contained the
news of tho assassination of tho Em
peror Alexander I. of Russia, In 1881,
I also announced tho loss of the Union ,
Company's Tararua, with 112 lives.
Thirteen years afterwards the same
papers nunounced tho death ol the
Emperor Alexander II., also had the
tiewH of the Ions of tho Uuiou Com
pany's Wairarapa, with 120 lives. '
i A young man named French, who
had purcliaFcd his discharge from
II. M.'s Ringdove, and who was on
his way to Aucklaud to settle, in
stated to have acted with great
bravery when the Wairarapa was
wrecked. Ho got a young woman
on to a ledge of rock only sutllcieut
for both to stand on, and, tho tide
riiting, it was only a question of
time whou she would be washed off.
He swam about and cut the cords
from lifu belts on the dead till he
mado a sort of rope ladder and got
her up on a safer ledge 20 foot high
er up the cliff. An sotno orauges
wero Hunting about he passed them
up to her, and she was on the rock
for 18 hours before being taken oil".
It in said that some gallant deeds
wero also done hj husbands lu en
deavoring to save their whes and
The Samoan Times reports that
the rebels aro agaiu becoming de
fiant, and intend to refortify Lua
tuauuu. They hato had time to
prepare for a renewal of hostilities,
and a new crop of food has grown.
Tho Times wauls to know if the
farco is to bo repeated "of shelling
ovacuatnd entrenchments, followed
( by tho equally ridiculous farco of
terms of peace being arranged on
the basis of tho surrender of a few
guus. Until measures are adopted
of Bulllciont force," it says, "to os-
i tablish a wholesome fear of rebellion
agaiunl authority, we may expect
just what wu have been in the habit
of receiving, a repetition of i tie (Too
live predatory warfare in which a
few people. Are murdered and much
food of idleness is cousumed."
Arrival of the Arawa !
i Tho It. M. S. S. Arawa left Sydney '
on Nov. 20, and reached Auckland
on the. 'With; left ugain uext day and
reached Samoa on the fith inst. at
i 10 p. m.; remained thero uutil noon
next day mid arrived at Honolulu at ,
! midnight on tho 13th. The Arawa
was formerly chartered by the Cana
dian Australian Line. Shu is now
! running in place of the Uniou S. S
i Mouowai in the joint service of the
I Oceanic and Uuiou Companies, be-'
treon Sydney and San Fraucisco.
j Tho Mouowai was taken off to ro
1 place tho Wairarapa, which was
j wrecked with great loss of life.
I Goo. W. Jenkins, editor of the '
Santa Maria Times, Cal., in spoakiug
, of tho various ailmeuts of children,
, said: "When my children have croup
I there is only ono patent medicine
l Lhf.t I ever use, and that is Chamber-,
1 Iain's Cough Kemedy. It possesses ,
some medical properties that relievo
the little sufferers imtnudintiilv. It
is. ill IUV (ll)illiou the best, emii'li
in, 111 IUj UIII1HI, UIU llOHlLOIIgn
ini'diiiiiiti in tliu innriiot. ii this
rninnily ih f rouly fivun n hooii ns tliu
uroupy coukIi appuarfl il will pre
unt tliu attack. 11 Ih nlno an iiliml
rumutly for whooiiiiiK 'Kli. Tliuru
Ih iki (lanpir in giving it to children,
as it cnntaiiiH nothing injurious,
For palo by all (Ionium. Hkiihoii,
.Smith K Co,, ngontH for tho Hawai
Miu'linulcrt' Homo, coriior Ilotol
nml Niiiiaiiii HtrootH, lodging by day,
wonk or month. ToruiH: 'ih nml m
citutn por nightj l nud il.'jri por
Founder's - Day
Will bo 01rl)rnt.'d at KAMKHAMKHA
SCH )OI. hy thp Op-n nir of tho
KAHBHAMBHA GIRLS' SCHOOL
THK ANNEX TO THK
Will he held In the IlIHItOl II A 1.1. (The
.Manual School) at '2 r. v., Dot. It).
Ariilrc'ips by Mrs. HnMelct anil others.
SI'OHTB In charge of the Hoys will take
(itacc nt 3:30 p. .v.
Inspection of ttnlldln at OI Kl S'
SCHOOL from 3 to t r. M. Ti.o enteral
public are Invited. l'JI0-ld
Real Estate and Loans
Tim mihrivment ut tho 1.0 N Mnrkt
so as to covT the wants nml tirvciltk's of
the Inru nnmher of hi.ttorahlc tii le who
aro not owner of unincumbered Heal
lMnte was on. of the limit nii,esrv Inno
vations of recent cnr. To ninny It has
meant relief from irehltn cla'mi nt the
very tlnm when met co.eiilinl. When
)iiiiMrly ami hoieirahly cenilitelpil this
nii'lncM Is of niially itreat liiiimrten-a
nml vnliic to tliu rum'munlty us fliillillii
ami lmti Associations havu proved them
reives to be.
Tbe Hawaiian tatoert Co,
Makoi n tcclalty of NfROtlnlltu; ami l'r.- I
cttrliiK Iiiiiix f'ir llorniMtrs whu urn tin-1
able to ilUcnttut their No esnt the llnnks
ami who lo not en re to oMIirntn l em
selves to 'iiimi frloml or ariitnlnianco hy
nsklitK his eiiilireliif iitx to Ini'lr Xo'.
This Company will imiku lAan umiii
1 1 ,. Mi.l.itl.l !... ..! I a . UImi... M...,u
Hoii-os. Mules. Waions. CiirrinL'es mill
I'eriMinnl I'rnp.rly wl himl removing the
l'ros-rty from the llorruwer's voe-il(ili,
and all hiisiiies will li" condncti'd on a
bTUICTI.Y CoNKIUKlvTI VI. 1IA6I8.
Tae Btw.'llaa lutwtmeut Co.,
Gknkiial IIcal Estate Aoksts,
13 and IS KaaUtin anu Bin els,
(N.ar l'..tOtllce )
Notary Public. Mutual Tcepbone 639.
Machtuery Fur Salo!
I KNOINK. Double Cyl'n.'er. SIuk'i Ac
tiuti, xxtl ( yillnlor, 1 llor-e I'.iwnr
IVCKI'lUAb TUIIIM.A It Hill I.Kit. Alert ,
ioiik, -IU Ino es diameler. co m ii iik '
iUO-l u i tube-; wl I kiiii y sioim tor
lb Horse i'ouvr Kiik lie.
I FKK1) PUMP with all oiuntctlon. ,
The above urn nil in good outer siel i an
be hd a1 a bargain by aii'yiiiK to Him iiii
der'(i"d iiumiu Uolon feed C., Ltd.
NOTIOK IS HRHCIIY OIVKN THAT
all claims aitainst the Criterion Sa
loon will be settled by Mr J as. K. Mor
gan, and all outstanding accounts duo the
Criterion Ualoon and the Jobbing home of
I.. II. Dee up to the above luti arc payable
to Mr. 1.. 11. Dee. All bills aKslnst L. H.
Dee please present Immediately for pay.
metii. L. H. DKK
Honolulu. Oct. .1. 1K1M ri .lio
HOMErt7EAD FOR BALK.
ACOTTAdK AND LOT
for sale near town. In
quire at the JIiii.i.ktim Ollice,
to let at terminus ol
Q K. HOVItlHiANT
120U-U Ui7 King street.
ROOatS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND HOAItl)
lor u few enons can be
nun at mmivwti, on tne vui
W. a. IIAKTI.KIT,
to rent on
nimlerate terms on the
second floor ol the Htireo-
Kelt,' liailK JIIOTK APIHV Ml
llKWni Wm G. IHWIN it CO., 1u.
OI'l'Y PROPERTY POR SALE.
VKKY DKK I It A II l.i:
Two Houses, on the street
cur line, will be fold low.
run ol tliu niuiiey mav ruiiiulu on mnrt
K.iK" Apply nt I hls( mice. Mil tf
TO RENT OR LKABK.
rpHK ritKMIHK.8. COH.
J. in r (tueeu unit I'tiuch
bowl H'reets, furmerly occu
pied by Hamlers' hxpress.
I'o.HM.ion t'lyen at i, ire
ply to JOHN K,
Knr terms, ap
COLIIUHN. POR SALE.
rpilHKK NKJIJ LOTH AT
MaMkl nt a ll'iru'i'lll
rj.firj,,,.,,!, Will ...II ..V1I...1
fyixIfiUiiicli. Will sell either
us a whole or separately
CummliiH lllock, Merchant btrcct
IfOU TWO OH THHKK
I Years, a ('otliii'elcen-
rally locaicdi of hour
ItiiiiuiH with I'linlrv and
Klielmn ittlaithed llathrcom, herviiiu's
and Carrlutti-riHiiiiN and Ktiiblns mi the
PremUes. 'Ihn llini'ii In pn lly lltld up
for hiiiiicliriliii, and the lot Mill he
divided nil from the iiinlii yard hv a feme,
(IimmI resmuHthu lenunls are wiuTied In
ipilru ul the 1IUI.I.KTIN Ulllce. i)-
Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums,
Fine Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
Fine EurcIs, Piuno LninpP,
L'ocni g Cliair-i, F. ncy Tubles,
Umbrella Stands, Mus'c Racks.
Royal "Worcester, Crown Derby,
Patstioia, Haviland, Oloiseiiii",
Crescent China, E3tc, Ktc.
Fancy Vases, Cut Glaus Decanters,
Rose Bowls, Tumblers,
Wine Glasses, Etc , Etc.
l Velvet Pile Centre Rugn,
Japanese Rugs, Sofa Mats,
, Door Mats in large Variety.
i SPECIAL !
I A LAIlCir. ASBOKTMKNT OK
Fanny Platus, Plaques, Caps and Saucers
T ) UK 801.1) HtNOi.Y Oil IN BKTH.
i Solid Silver and Plated Ware
TO HK (H.08RO OUT UNDKtt COST.
THEO. E DAVlES & CO.,
A lingo nssoitnieiit
litis jlbil llCOII 10-
coivi'd por "It. 1.
Itiuhul" nml "0. I).
IJiynnt," mid ninro
to uirivo por "Trail-
' eVsssssBssIsssssssssR H
IHo;pp &, Co.,
KTo. 74 Kin? Street.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oarner F'ort. A Hotol Bte,
From Recent Direct Importations
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
1'. O. HOX 181 -
l. N. WILCOX
.1. V. HAUKKKI.D
I OUR NEW WOHKS AT KALI U I
I to Kuriiinh
ART1F1 CI AL
ALBO KKKP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Pacilic Uuauo, Potash, Nitrate of Soda,
b'ulphatc of Aininonii, Calcined Fcrtili.er Salts,
HiM.lal atlenliiiu ulveu In AiiiiIhIs of Hulls In our Agricultural Chemist.
All (Ijodi are mtarituienl in every ru
For further particulars
Kvery variety, stylo
ami prico in tliu
Furniture line. Tho
best and most va
ried hi Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
-MUTUAL TKLE. U7
& FERTILIZER CO.
. . . . President,
. . Aiulilor.
Secretary t d Treasurer.
boing coinplntotl, wo aro now ready
all kinds of
FERTIL I Z K KS
Guatio It Fertilizer Co.,
Dlt, W. AVKHDAM, .Manager.