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m. HARBH KXE0D1IVE ACTION.
New Goods of Every DedvVix) tion
and of the Very Latest Designs
just arrived from the Coast per
bark "Bryant," at prices to suit
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Hotel Street, "llobiiifton IJIock."
Bell 526 TELEPHONES Muwai. 046
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
HOI, II) OAK IIKDKOOM BKTH,
HOKAH, LOtlNUKH, WAKIUtOilnH.
MIKUOKU, MOULD1NUH, K'IU, KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
Per Jtoll ol -10 YMntn, $ liui.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent l Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179, TELEPB0NE8 Matpal 76.
Successors to O. K. Williams.
AND 611 KING STREET.
doner nt Dealer ta Hnroseau Dry and Faacy Ms
Ladiei' Wares ol every dencrlption. Alxo, fresh Hue ol Chinese Uoods.
Pongee & "Wliite Sillc Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Best Black and Groon CIuuoho Tea. Crepe ShawlH, Ktc.
IV Fit UuaranU-ed. l'riceb Moderate. A
ar :M:-uitua,l Telerrtioiie S42
CM AS. UUSTACE.
lUPOKTKK AND DtiALEK l
6R0CERIES, PROVISIONS. FLOUR and FEED.
Fresb Calilornia Roll Butter and Island Batter
g0T ALWAYS ON HAND 0W
lei Goods Recoiled ty Ever; Steamer from Sao fraocibco
gtf AH Order faithfully attend to HaiUtar-tlon tjituraiiliii. Inland timers
oueiUd and packed with care
Lincoln Block, Kino Strekt. Kkt. Foot nd Alaska Ntbmts.
JOTU TBI.1HHONKB !H0
Profiiion Dealers & Naval Supplies
ttmk Qooai by Every California Steaahr.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
ULANM OlUIIU SOUOITKD. J09 0T RaTimfiTION GtMMNTKKD.
XBI.MHHONB W 1' O HOX US
II. K. MolNTYI.K ,V UK
Groceries, - Provisions - and - feed.
Haw tiooda UmmItikI oy Kvtiry 1'anket frnm the Ksxirrn Htai aiirt Kurorts
FRKSH CALIKOKN1A - l'lfODUCJR - liY KVKIIV NTKAMKH
rwt of Mi
u Unoum Souoirai.
bjmt voiumu roiti
-V O ItOX 17V
V (I BOX W7
tn anil llnnd Hollvsmi t n"
Sa ri.tr aurioa (iiaiutiv
kHl) KINO NTitKKTa,
Tho war botwoon China anil
Japan is stilt on. So far tho
Japanese havo all tho host of
it. How long tills will last,
tinio alono can toll.
Flushed by thoir numerous
victories, tho Japanese aro
pushing thoir armies into Chi
nese territory. Tho cap t tiro
of Ping Yang with its forts
ami treasure was their first
Tho naval battle at tho
mouth of the Yalu Iiiver and
the total destruction of three
Chinese ruon-of-wnr followed
this quickly. The final expul
sion of the Chinese from Corea
and tho capture of Kiew Lien
Chang loft tho road open to
tho Japs to both Moukdon
To carry on this warfare
Japan has (so far) enlisted one
hundred thousand men aside
from her regular standing
army, and hundreds of tho
bono and sinew of tho laud of
tho chrysanthemum aroerowd
ing tho recruiting offices daily.
This has caused tho price of
labor to increase 100. In
consequence Japauese mate
rial and products of every
description havo nearly dou
bled in price.
However, as wo had our
largo Christ inns order in seve
ral mouths ago, wo will not
Why trade with firms who
carry an assortment of goods
that are of inferior quality or
made by tho cheapest labor,
when you can gel the bust for
tho same price? Wo guaran
tee every article in our store
to bo tho very losl that the
Japanese market can produce
and at prices that were in
vogue before war was de
clared. For Ladies
We have an assorliueiil of
Articles both Useful and Orna
mental that must please the
most Fastidious. Every lady
is particular about tho Hand
kerchiefs she tibos. We havo
all kiuds-l'laiii, Beautifully
Embroidered, Drawn and
Open Work all Colors autl
Sashes, Silk and Crepe Shawls,
and a variety of Scarfs. Wo
also received a laro variety
of Silk Dress Goods.
We havo Silk Shirts white
and colored either plain or
embroidered; Cravats, Neck
ties of every variety, shade
aud shape, Smocking Jackets
and Caps, that are u pleasure
to wear, and Silk and Cot tou
Pajamas that aro comfortable
and well made; also the two
extremes Straws Hal and
Nothing in Honolulu cau
approach the small order of
Hoots that wo havo, Thoy
were made by the best Japa
nese. Mechanics, aud wo guar
antee the quality, style, lit
aud finish Calf, l'atout
Leather aud Tail.
Articles, such as Tea Cosies
for covering Tea Services, etc.
Flue Table and Bed Covers,
and pretty Chair Backs we
have in profusion,
Also some Menu Cards for
Thanksgiving, Christmas and
Now Year's that aro pretty
Enjoy Christmas princi
pally because they receive love
olferiugH from parents mid
friends, A good present to
give a boy Is one of our But
terfly I'ius, and a nice present
for your girl cau bo had by
getting one of our Books of
Fairy Tales, they aro made of
flue Crepe paper profusely
Illustrated and the Stories aro
trmiBlitUnl from Old Japanese
The Government Refuses Bail How
ever Heavy to Mr. Tinker.
A vory pitiful seen was witnessed
in tho District Court this morning,
when Joseph Tinker was brought
iuto Court. Tinker is charged with
conspiracy. The wife of tho accused
was in Court. C. W. Ashford ap
peared for Tinker. Attoruoy-Gou-oral
W. O. Smith appeared for the
prosecution. A plea of not guilty
was eutorod, and hearing was con
tinued until Monday morning. Coun
sel Ashford made a very sympa
thetic appeal for tho prisoner's
releaso on bail. Dofondant was a
poor man and he had a largo family
of seven children. Counsel could
secure $20,000 bail if thai sum was
required, lie appealed to the Judge
that bail bo allowed.
Judge Ferry stated that ho was
unable to comply with tho request,
as tho action lar with tho Attoruov-
Attorney-Goneral Smith said the
matter had been considered by the
Executive and thoy had come to the
conclusion that in all tho conspiracy
cases no bail be allowed.
Mrs. Tinker was allowed to em
brace her husband before he was
takeu below. Tho lady broke down
completely and the scene was very
pitiful indeed. On parting from
her husband Mrs. Tinker asked tho
Attorney-General that her husband
bo allowed to see thoir four little
children who wero waiting to seo
thoir father in Mr. Ashforu'n office.
Tho request was granted and, ac
companied by Court Oflicer McGurn,
Mr. Tinker visited tho little ones.
Tho children cried when thoy saw
their papa. They wore left alono
some lime, tho oilicor retiring in tho
Ho Might Have Escaped Any Day.
There was onco a man who, on ac
count of his religious convictions,
was arrested by a despotic govern
ment and thrown into prison. Look
ing at tho strong stouo walls that
shut him in, ho naturally concluded
that ho must spend tho rest of his
days in this lonely and dismal place.
Yet wretched as tho prospect was,
there was some comfort in tho
thought that ho was a victim of op
pression, aud not undergoing punish
meiit as a violator of any good and
righteous law. All tho same ho
would havo boon glad to got out, as
ho had a right to do if ho could.
Nevertheless there ho stayed and
languished for sixteen years. At
nearly the end of that period it oc
curred to him one day to climb up
on a projecting stouo in the wall
aud take a peep through tho window
above his head. Ho did so, and found
the iron bars removable and the sash
not fastened. Au idea struck him,
of course. Why not escape! He
opened tho window, jumped six feet
to tho ground, and left that district
immediately. Ho might have done
so at any time during his protracted
occupancy of tho place, if ho had
only beou blessed with a more in
quiring mind and not takeu bo much
Now hero comes an Incident both
like aud unlike that of tho martyr;
like it because there was loss of free
action, unlike It because tho sufferer
was nol imprisoned as ho was.
Tho story is in tho form of a let
ter, one of thoso 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
havo boon greatly aillicted with bili
ous coinplaiutH and weakness. 1 was
always tired, weak, aud low-spirited.
I had no appetite, aud when food
was placed before mo I could not
touch it. For days 1 could scarcely
eat anything. At limes I was trou
bled with sickness aud heaving at
tho stomach, spitting up a thick
phlegm. 1 had a troublesome cough,
with paiu at my chest aud Uilliculty
of breathing. 1 got very weak and
could scarcely drag myself in aud
out of tho shop, lu December, 181)1.
1 Iwgau to take a medicine 1 hail
heard woll spoken of by many of my
customers, called Mother Seigera
Curative Syrup. After 1 had taken
only a few doses 1 felt relief, and I
had not used the mi-dioiuo for a
fortnight whou I felt better than I
had done for years. Thus oucour
aged, I kept on with it until I was
restored to good health. My sou
Arthur had suffered off aud ou for a
year from paiu aud heaviness after
meals, with a sinking fooling at tho
pit of tho stomach. He was iuduced
to try Mother Seigera Curative
Syrup and tho result was tho same
as in my own case. 1 know several
pontons in this district who havo
been cured by the Syrup after all
other means had failed. You aro at
liberty to publish my letter if you
think it might bo of benefit toothers
aillicted as 1 was. Yours truly,
(signed (Mrs.) M. Ward, 17-J, likes
ton Bead, Badford, Nottingham,
April 1, 18"2.M
Wo congratulate Mrs. Ward upon
her deliverauco from a distressing
aud dangerous disease. What a pity
she did not sootier loam how easily
aud certainly she could bo currd.
Sixteen years is too largo a slico out
of ouo's life to bo spent in bodily
and mental misery. Vory few of us
cau have wealth in any case, but
health should bo a blessing common
aud universal as sunshine. Aud it
might bo jf everybody know how to
preserve it wheu they possess it. or
to regain it whou lost. This lady's
disease was of the digestive organs
indigestion and dyspepsia the
most alllietive aud perilous of all
because it involves every function of
the body, scattering its poison at
every point through the medium of
the blood. Nearly all ailments are
but the differently named results
aud symptom of this prolific parent
of evil. That the remedy she men
tions should havo cured her will not
surprise thoso who know its well
founded reputation. Many worse
cases constantly yield to it.
Our friend the martyr abode In
his cell a weary time because he was
ignorant of the simple way out. If
the reader of these lines is n captive
to disease ho has no excuse for re
liming ho, lu her short mid honest
letter our correspondent points to
I ho open door.
is gathering together the
umial choice array of Holi
day Supplies at TmtUM's
Foirr-STitEKT Store, which
for variety in curefully he
lected uoods from Paris,
New York, Philadelphia
and S-m Fratteineo renders
this long established store
of Holiday Novelties in all
the lined of Dolls and Doll
Sundries, Toys and Games,
"Wagons, Carriages, Hock
ing Horses, Shooflies, Velo
cipedes, Tool Chests, Cro
quet Sets Weeks, Juvenile
and Toy Books, Etc., Etc.
of ChriatmasNoveltiep, Sty
lish Stationery, with a fine
assortment of Leather
Goods in Puivcs, 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 Misiellancous
.Book, more DoIIp, latest
designs in Indian "Work
and Jion-Bon Baskets, also
a large stock of Crepe Tis
sue Papers in choiee.-t co
lors and tint edgt s.
THOS. 6 TURUM,
Itri Kori Sir.fU
Will he made to keep
excellent time if left
for time days with
FAititHit & Co., the
Well-known and Keli
ahle Watch Makeis.
If satisfaction is not
given your money wi'l
be refunded in full.
FAKRER & CO.,
SIB Fort. Street,
ELECTION Of 0FFI0EB8
AT TUB ADJOUIINKI) ANNUAL
iiifutliiK ot the Kamiii.iii JUii.hoak
Company, Limited, held nt their Oltlr-tt, In
tliliti'lty on ihu 'Jtltli Inot., tlie fulluwiiiK
OIIIcit worn uluuted to rvo during the
(J. I Wilder Pruddent,
H.U. Wilder. Vlce-'reldtiit,
8. II. It'iDB Secretary,
U. 1,. WU'ht Trvnviintr,
O. J. Kulk Auditor.
S. II. ItOSK,
Honolulu, Nov. 2J, l)l. UIM-lm
SZ.E'wTION Of OKFIOER8.
AT THK ADJOUIINKI) ANNUAL
inertia., ol Wii.iihi'k HricAVKiiir Com
pany, Uinltrd. Iiuld ut tliHrllllliiu in tli li
Ulty, on Uo'.iitliliiNi., tho following Ollirerx
were elected to hervu during the uimtlng
It. I. Wli-ht I'rclilnit,
J. F. Hnokfeld VH-e-lNvnldent,
K. il lids ...HtM-re nry,
H li. llosn Tti-aHiirur,
W. K. Allen..., Auditor.
S. it. itOHK,
Honolulu, Nov. 2(1, 1K!H. UIM-lm
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
AT A 81'KOIAI. MEKTINO OK Wll.
ukr's Stkamniiii' Company, Limited,
held ut their Ulllcu, In thlh City, Deuemlwr
-, mvi, ,(,, iiiituntifK
elculcd an Directors of the Coiuiiuiv for
the ensiling yeur:
WW. tl. lltWIN,
WJI. V. ALIihN.
W.M. O. Wll.llKlt.
KO. t). 1IKOKI.KY.
TIk nhnvo iiniiied (leiitluinon together
with the President, Vl-ie JVh-iIhiii, uml
Secretary und Treasurer of the Company,
roiiHtinitu the Hoard of Dlrentom,
lJl-liii H. H. ItUSK, Secretary.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
A 1.1. l'KKBONS INTKNDINd
take iia!MK on tho teniner
naii" ttiui"Ui.AtiiiiNK" from Honolulu are
Herein' requested to iirclinnc tickets at
Ihu (;oiiimiiy'ri Olllee he to re emlmiklnKJ
and any iMSM-uucr falling to do mi will ie
BUliJeet to pay tcnt-llv percent of the
remihir fare In addition thereto. This rule
will ho H'.rlelly enforced from nnd after
Jrtiiuttry I, Ibltf. Kor the convenience of
iiiisseii(erH lliu wiinrf Ulllco will lm iipn
hUHiiloof tickets mi the alteniooiiH of
he dm of H-illliu'of tluistuanicirn 'Kinaii"
WlMIKIl'R KTKAMHHII' CO.
Honolulu Dec. tl, IMII, 1 .11'). I m
X Hlhi. Saturday, lice. KM. al 7 o'clock
i'. m , Niui arrive at Honolulu, .Monday,
Dec, '.Mill at l o'clock a. H,
llotiululu, Dec. 0( IWI, I'All-U
will conduct a General For
warding and Expreos Busi
ness between tho entire group
of Islands. Wo make our
selves responsible for all Pack
ages and Goods sent by in.
We havo 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 Expru-s System are
guaranteed for their full va
lue. Our Agents board all in
Baggage and Goods stored
three days free of charge.
tS Place of Business :
Hotel and Union streets.
Both Telephones 479.
A BIG SCOOP
Win First Time I'rlrp.
H-eond 1'lnce i'rlie.
Hnlh Itlderv M unled on "ClcYclnnd"
Vfe A. I, 0. Atkinson, who practically
won llrst tilacn, rode a iimchlue lilted with
"0 T'nii " Ulorrlea and Tlro are
fatl. cnnl(lcrlinr thcrn were onlv three
'l, lev lands" lu the itnec.
H B WALKER. Agent
Our stock of Holiday
Goods aro now ready 'or
inspection at our New
btoru (Wennei's old
stand) on Fort Street.
A carefully selected s'ock
of Jewelry bought with
an eye on the Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
JAGOBSEN & PFEIPFER.
1. 0. llox 2H7.
Fort, near Hotel Ht.
Ciias. J, MuOartiiv, Manager.
Popular Braaii of Straight Goods
ALWAYS ON HANK,
Try th Oreat AviWIter Tiik IUownik
Cocktail a sreolalty nitli this report.
IIRVOT or TUB
Famous Wieland Lager Beer.
B. I. BHAW, Proprietor.
and Pino Beer
IIKl.I. TKI.Kl'JtONK 4UI.
Cor. KIiik and Nuuanti Street, Honolulu.
Dlshenand Olannware Wanted I
Clocks, Watches uml Jewelry Wanted
Old Gold and Silver Wanted I
OT' Hlaknt PrteM PaUl j
114 Kin ir Btrnnt. Oornnr of AUknA
Atlas Assurance Go.
aBBUTH, . . . U0,eOO,BO.
U W .SOHMTHT A SONS,
Apmit fnr Hawaiian Idlnn'U
Coiltc or - and Ral Estate Agent
lloamtit Ituiitnl, Hull's Collcolcil.
Olllrni Oiiiiiiiilni,' lllonk, Muruliant Hlreet.
I'OH SALE OHEAP
AhllKKV IN "vTTltV -.an.
(luist llt.p'llr. Al-o fmBm
lew Itrnbt-H iiiith Niw VJ J 1".S:fr?
and Kcujiid'hiuid, Aiiiiiv to
. . . .. W. W. WltlUHT.
UU7-U Jloiioliilu CarrluKu M'l'y,
Save Half the Amount ot Your Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every painter HliouUl ubc I.ucoh in
stead of Lineeetl Oil, becuusu :
1. Lrcoi. is more dumbte than Unseed
2. Lfcoi, Is more economical than Un
l'KOOF THAT LUCOL 18 MOttE
Six years ot actual ue in exterior
house iiniuling in California (tho
most trying clitnalo for paints), in
tho burning heat of tho Arizona Des
ert, tho Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
tho Atlantic coast, havo fully and
practically shown that l.uooi, always
outwears Linseed Oil under the eainu
conditions. All tho acid works in
Han Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for Lttcoi..
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF.
I'ut strong ammonia on Linseed ami
Lucol paints. The Linseed paints
aro destroyed in a few minutes; tho
Lucol paints are practically tiiiiiUoct
ed. PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Break up 1J His. pusto white lead
in olio pint of l.ticoi,, and tho sutim
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Spread Ihu paints on similar dark
surfaces for compitrlxoii. The Lucol
paint spreads as far as and roveis
much hotter than tho Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with the
Linseed mint you have to Use ". Urn.
of white lend to one pint of Liiisccd
Oil. This means a saving of J lb. of
pastn lend to each pint of Lticui. used,
or u lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving mure than half llio
llrsl cost of tin Limou
Lucol is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Agent?, (or the Hawaiian Islnndg
MA KIN E
GarUoni I trw iPNoraacit Co.,
Lnmiiiu .Huuuire Fire lu. Co.,
TbasitMirtud Hunej HarLaclai.Co.,
Nnw Tori ttile la. Co.,
G. 0. BERGER.
QtiDttral 4tial tor flawaUaa lalaatfa.
Grocery v Store
Zi NUUANU STKKKT,
lletwcen lintel nnd KlnuKlrfUl, next to
Has opened a Kirsl-ulimN Oro'ery Hlore
as nlxive. Ho will Ictep uluaya on huud
the Hunt and l'runhe.tt
American and English Groceries
Cunncd Goods, Etc.,
And do his best to iilciino ull
I'lireliasoa delivered to all narts
of the Uliy.
3.tu.al Tclopliorio 257.
Wire -:- Nails
WUiDElt & CO., ,'i.
C. R. COLLINS,
Fino llurnoss, Saddles
Caitriage Tops, CnshiouF,
Keudert, Diikhcs, Huirm Aron, Km., Klu,
210 King St. P. 0. Sox 496.
INLAND UUUUltB bOUtUIKD,
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