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Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums,
Fine Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
Fine Easels, Piano Lamps,
Koeki"g Clinirs, Fmcy Tables,
Umbrella Stands, Music Backs.
Royal "Worcester, Crown Derby,
Satsuma, llavilatul, Cloisenno,
Crescent Cbina, Etc., Etc.
Fancy Vases, Cut Glass Decanters,
Kose Bowls, Tumblers,
Wine Glasses, Etc , Etc.
Velvet Pile Centre Rugs,
Japanese Bugs, Sofa Mats,
Door Mats in Large Variety.
A l.AlUir. ABSOKTMKNT OK
Fancy Platei, Plaques, Caps and Sancen
TO 1IR SUM) SINGLY OK IN 8KT8.
Solid Silver and Plated Ware
TO UK (3I.09KD OUT USDKK COST.
JUST ARRIVED ! !
A largo iirisorliiKMit
lias just boon re
ceived por "11. 1'.
Uiulift" and "C. I).
Bryant," and more
to uirive jor "Tran
Hopp So Co.,
N"o. 74 King Street.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oornsr Fort As Motel St.
From Recent Direct Imiertatloni
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. L.A.K.O-E ASSORTMENT.
I. O. HOX 181
PACIFIC GUANO & FERTILIZER CO.
U. N. WILCOX President.
J. V. HAUKFKLI) Vice-President.
T. MAY Auditor.
K. BUHlt Bcuivlary and Treasurer.
OUR NEW WOKKS AT KALIHI being completed, wo aro now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
A1.BO KKKP (JONBTANTIjY ON HAND
Puciflo Guuno, Potash, Nitrate of Soda,
Sulphate of Aminonij, Calcined Fertilizer Suits,
0aV Hplal attention k'vii tit AnalysN of Bulla by our ARrlonlttiral dhemlit.
All Goods are Kiiarantoud In every ruiprut,
gtf For furtlirr particular upjily to
Paoifio Guano k Fertilizer Co.,
ISOO-lui !" W. AVUUDAM, Mautger,
Kvory variety, stylo
nnd "price in tbo
Fumituro line. The
bust and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
-MUTUAL TKI.E. itil
Tho war between China and
Japan is still on. So far the
Japanese have all the best of
it. How long this will last,
time alone can tell.
Flushed by their numerous
victories, the Japanese are
pushing their armies into Chi
nese territory. The capture
of Ping Yang with its forts
and treasure was their first
The naval battle at tho
mouth of tho Yalu Kiver nnd
the total destruction of throe
Chinoso men-of-war followed
this quickly. The final expul
sion of the Chinese from Cores
and the capture of Kiew Lien
Chang left the road open to
the Japs to both Moukden.
To carry on this warfare
Japan has (so far) enlisted one
hundred thousand men asido
from her regular standing
army, and hundreds of the
bono and sinew of the land of
tho chrysanthemum aro crowd
ing tho recruiting offices daily.
This has caused tho prico of
labor to increase 100. In
consequence Japaneso mate
rial and products of every
description have nearly dou
bled in price.
However, as wo had our
largo Christmas order in sovo
ral months ago, wo will not
Why trado with firms who
carry an assortment of goods
that are of inferior quality or
made by tho choapest labor,
when you can got tho best for
tho samo prico? Wo guaran
tee overy article in our store
to bo the very best that tho
Japanese markot can produco
and at pricoa that wuro in
vogue Iwforo war was de
clared. For Ladies
Wo have an assortment of
Articles both Useful and Orna
mental that must please tho
most Fastidious. Every lady
in particular about the Hand
kerchiefs she uses. We have
alt kinds-Plain, Huautifully
Embroidered, Drawn and
Open Work all Colors and
Doilies, hand-painted and
embroidered, Crepo Silk
Sashos, Silk and Crope Shawls,
and a varloty of Scarfs. We
also received a large variety
of Silk Dress Goods.
Wo have Silk Shirts-whito
and colored either plain or
embroidered; Cravats, Neck
ties of every variety, shade
and shape, Smocking Jackots
and Caps, that are a pleasure
to wear, and Silk aud Cottou
Pajamas that aro comfortable
aud well made; also the two
extremes Straws Hat and
Nothing in Honolulu can
approach tho small order of
Hoots that wo have. They
wore made by the best Japa
neso Mechanics, aud we guar
antee the quality, style, fit
and finish Calf, Patent
Leather and Tan.
Articles, such as Tea Cosies
for covering Tea Sorvices, etc.
Fiue Table and Bod Covers,
and protty Chair Backs wo
have in profusion,
Also some Menu Cards for
Thanksgiving, Christinas aud
Now Year's that aro pretty
Eujoy Christmas princi
pally IxicaiiHu they receive love
offerings from parents and
friends, A good present to
give a boy is one of our But
terfly Pius, aud a nice present
for your girl can bo had by
getting oiio of our Hooks of
Fairy Tales, they aro made of
fine Crepo paper profusely
Illustrated and the Stories are
translated from Old Japanese
OHWKSK SNGrLISH SOCIETY.
Auspicioua OpsninK of Its Hall on
The Chinese and English Debat
ing Society entertained a few invited
friends at their new hall at King
and Kekaulike streets yesterday af
ternoon. It was the formal opening
of the society's place of meeting. At
7 o'clock tho club's flag was raised
over the quarters and fireworks were
burned during tho forenoon. About
1 o'clock the membors with thoir in
vited guests sat down to a bountiful
repast of good things. Among those
who were present were: Goo Kim.
Chinese Commercial Agent and
president of tho Uuitod Chinese So
ciety Wong Kwai. vice-president of
tho same society; Iter. F. W. Damon
of the Chinese mission; Itov. Mr.
Duncan; Mr. Welsh, principal of tho
Chinoso school: W. C. Woodon, Li
Cheung and Lau Chong. Chang
Kim, president, and Ho Fon, treas
urer, as well as other officers of tho
new society wero vory attentive to
the wants of their guests and a vory
pleasant hour was spent in tho hall.
Mr. Damon spoke oncouraging words
to tho members and voicod the
opinion that the effort was a vory
creuiuiuie one. u was an organiza
tion which was much nooded among
the rising generation of the Chineso
c immunity. Banded together for
mutual improvement in the cultiva
tion of tho English language, he ap
preciated the effort and hoped that
President Chang's efforts would be
unlike that of his countryman (Li
Hung Chang) in China. The socioty
has enrollod tho fifty mombers re
quired by tho constitution. Tbo
Chinoso merchants aro doing all
they can for tho young organization.
FATE OF FRANK LENZ.
Beltof That the Bicycle Rldor Ha
Franz Lenz, tho bicyclist who
started out to girdle the globe on
his wheel for Outing magazine, is
missing in tho far East. Ho was
last heard from at Talreez, Persia,
April 28. J. J. Purinton, attornoy,
of East Liverpool, Ohio, who has
loen making an aclivo effort to find
Lenz, lately received a letter from
K. W. Gravos, British Consul at
Krznrmim. Turknr. tvlin atnl.ia tliat
he has made overy effort to discover
Lodz's whereabouts, hut has failed.
He has little doubt that the adven
turous you Dg whuolmau fell in with
the brigands who infest the eastern
portion of Asiatic Turkey, and was
robbed and murdered. While tho
China steamer on which Lenz loft
the United Stales was making her
call at Honolulu, the touring bicy
clist was shown about towu by Geo.
H. Paris, ngeut of tho Columbia
The Olovoland the Loader.
There is no doubt, after the races
on Christmas, that tho Cleveland
bicyclo has uo superior. It took
five firsts aud three seconds out of
eight races. This is a glowing
record for one ntternoou eight gold
and silver medals. If you are going
to get a wheel get one that will not
leave you behind ou tho road. H.
E. Walker, the local ageut, will give
you all needed information.
A. E. Kilpatrick, of Fillmore, Cal,
had the uiihfortuuo to have his leg
caught between a cart and a stone
aud badly bruised. Ordinarily he
would have been laid up for two or
three weeks, but says: "After using
one bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm I began to feel better, and in
three days was entirely well. The
peculiar soothing qualities which
Chamberlain's Pain Balm possesses I
have never noticed in any other lini
ment. I tako pleasuro iu recom
mending it." This liuimont is also
of great value for rheumatism aud
lame back. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for tho
1Ul.I0 KOTIt'K 18 HKUUItY (IIVRN
that I huso ihU day executed a (nil
iiuurr of attorney to M F. OIUNDKLL
to collect rents, make least's, umiI trammel
all my business hotli In my own private
capacity and of that know u as the business
olllowsett it Sunnier, and Ii.vm revoked all
former powers of attorney ulven by me (or
tbeo )urKJM). J. K. BUMNKlt.
Honolulu, iJec. K), lB'.ll.
BY VlUTIJK OP A WUITOF KXKOH
lloil Issiltdoutof the District Court,
ou the loth day of Ikcemher, A. I). 1S'4
aualiiHt I. J I mil fey, defendant, In favor of
Mrs. Tims J,ank, plalul'll', (or the sum of
tS! fid. I have levitd Ukhi and shall expose
(or bale at the Police ntatlon. In the Ills,
triet of Honolulu, island of Uului, at 12
o'clock of SATUlillAY, the IIHli day of
January. A. f). IMU, to the highest Milder,
nil the right, title and Interest of tho said
I., llradley, defendant, In and to the fol
lowing property, unless said Judgment,
interest, coats and my expense be pre
List of property for sale:
1 iluinl-f owing Machine, 1 Wash Ihisiu
1 Wardrobe, 7 School Dusks, 1 Oil Stove.
iillluck Hoards, 1 Music Hack aud lot of
K. O. I1ITO1I0OOK,
Marshal Jtopubltoot Hawaii.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, 18UI. ilMMt
CASH PAID FOR
WKWIl.l. HUY FOK 0A8H LAIKJB
or Hnmll tiuautltics of lined Ha
waiian 1'ostiiKo Stamps at the following
prleei per hundred I
1 Cunt, violet $ .85
1 ('cut, blue, ha
1 Cent, green W)
2 Cunt, vermilion 1.73
'i i 'cut, bruwn MS
I'Ceut, rou ID
12 Cent, violet; 1 8') I Issue OU
ot'tiut, dark blue 1,70
0 Cent, light blue 1.IU
II Cent, green ''.7A
10 Cent, black 'J.7&
IU Cent, vermilion 6,'iu
10 Cent, brown '.'.7ft
Vi Cent, black ll-ftl
U Cent, iiiiiiivu U.M)
ID Cent, brown o.'JA
18 Cent, red lu.M)
'' Cent, purple 1U.MI
ft) Cent, red '-'"'On
f I, carmine '.'U.mi
Ms- Kla in it which are lorn urn not
wauled at any pric. Address
V. O. Ilox 113,
W3 U-8 tl Wellington, 1). C, U. H, A,
is gathering togelher the
usual choice array of Holi
day Supplies nt Tiiiium's
FoitT-STiiEKT Store, which
for variety in carefully se
lected goods from Paris,
New York, Philadelphia
and Sn Francico 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, Shooilies, Velo
cipedes, Tool Chests, Cro
quet Set", Blocks, Juvenile
and Toy Books, Etc., Etc.
of ChristmasNovcltics, Sty
lish Stationery, with a fine
ansortment 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
Boob, '"ore DoIIp, latest
designs in Indian Work
and J Jon-Bon Baskets, also
a large slock of Vepe Tis
sue Papers iu ehoicoxt co
lors and tint edges.
THOS. 0. TBRUM,
10) Fort BircfU
W. W. AHANA.
383 ITuuuiu Stzaat.
Kagllsti, Scutch and Amencao Goods.
Hlyl and Kit UunratitmHt.
t'loitiimg & Kupairiiiir
latDil Tela. (68. P. 0. Boi lit.
ELECTION OF 0FFI0ER8.
AT THK ADJOUItNKD ANNUAL
ini-otiiiK of the Kaiiui.ui IUii.huaii
Comtanv, l.lmlted, hfhl at their Olllce, In
tlilit t.lty on ihollJlh Inst., tho followlilK
Olllcers won elected to rre during the
O. l. Wilder IVfildcnt,
H.O. Wilder. Vlcc-I'rcildent,
ti. II. Itose Secretary,
u. i.. uului treasurer,
O. J. Kalk Auditor.
B. H. ItOSK,
Honolulu Nov. 2), 1H1II. lllM-Im
I LECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THK AIUOUUNKI) ANNUAL
meetlliM of WlLliKit'a Stkamsiim'Com-i-any,
Limited, held at their Olllce. In thin
were elected to kerve during the unsulni;
l. L WIphL President,
J. K. Haekfeld Vice-1'resldent,
8. H Hosh Secretary,
8 II. Itose Tieasurer,
S. II. ltOSR,
. . .. Secretary.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1801. lllW-lm
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
AT A BI'KOIAL MKKTINO OK WIl
iikr'm Htkamniiii- Cumi'ANV, Limited,
held at their Olllce, In this Cltv, DeoemU-r
4. WH, the followlilK Oeiitlemcn were
elected at Directors of tho Couiauy for
the ensuing year:
WM. U. IKWIN,
WM. F. ALLKN.
WM. C. WILDKK.
OKU. 0. HKOKLKY.
The aliovo named (lentlomen togethor
with the President, Vice 1'rehldent, nnd
Secretary aud Treasurer fit the Company,
coustl'iite the Hoard of Directors.
1201-lm B. II. KOHK, Secretary.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
ALL IMS It SONS INTKNDINO TO
take immugo on tho i-teumers "Ki
nau" and "Ci.aiiiunk" from Honolulu aro
hereby requested to puruhaHO tickets at
tho Cniupauy's Ollleo before embarklni;;
and any passenger falling to do ho will bo
subject to ay twentj-llvn jierccut of the
reguier mre in atiumon tuereto. This rule
will bo strictly enforced from aud after
January 1, 18'J.'. For the couvouluuce of
iiasseiiKcrs the Wharf Olllce will be open
tor the sate of tickets ou the afternoons of
l ho day of silllnir of thu steamers Kinau"
WILOBK'B STF.AM8HII' CO.
Honolulu, Oeo. U, IbUI. lAi.'Wlm
CHKCK UMII, 1H8UK1) 11V 1'AIA
i'lMitntlou, Maul, Sep ember 13, 1HUI
ou lllsbop (e Co in favor of Kuhii'ul Kail,
road Compau, Limited. I'ayiuent on
tame has been stopped. All persons aro
hereby warned agiilUHt nu,;oiiitln! same.
ALL I'KllhOSS HAVINII CLAIMS
HKiiliiHi dm i:tiie o1 S. von Topiu,
ilceiiM'd, ii ru hereby reiinHiI to present
thiiniliiieluiliieillatel) to tint uiiilerslgneil
at tliuolllnuif II, Haekfeld A Co.. Ilouo
lulu. J, F. HAHKI'KI.D,
Acting Itiik.lau VlccCoimul,
Honolulu, lico. IN, IfJl, Uioat
will conduct a General For
warding and Express Busi
ness between the entire group
of Islands. Wo make our
selves responsible for all Pack
ages and Goods sent by u''.
Wc have responsible Agents
at all ports touched by Steam
Our Express Wagons will
call for and deliver to any
pait of tho city.
Baggage Checked direct to
destination from hotel or resi
dences. Packages and money sent
by our Express System arc
guaranteed for their full va
lue. Our Agents board all in
Baggage and Goods stirc'd
three days free of charge.
ES Place of Business :
Hotel and Union street.
Both Telephones 470.
Id Tto Chilly Mornings
tlm tlmttRlitflnf tho lioimoliolilor
nrn illrnctinl toward ftiol as a
moans of kooptng warm. To
got tho right quality at tho
right prico Is tho matter to bo
nnnnltlorcd. Thorn's lots and
lots of wood for sale, but to got
what Is best for tho niouoy Is
Wo contend nnd wo bollovo
wo aro right in our judgmont,
that tho wood wo dolivor to our
patrons Is tho bost ovor offorod
for salo in Honolulu. Our
algoroba is full growth and
has moro body to it than that
grown anywlwro on tho Islands.
Our wood choppers kuow a
good thing when thoy sco it,
and iu cutting thoy soloct only
what thoy know to bo good to
u so. Wo novor dolivor any ox
copt what is good. You tako
no ohauuos whatovor whon yon
tolophouo us an order for wood.
You gut jtt as good as if you
caruo to tho ranch aud solootod
Thk waialae kvnch.
Our stock of Holiday
Goods aro now ready for
inspection ot our Now
btore (Wennci's old
stand) on Fort Street.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an cyo on tho Holiday
Trade and will bo sold ut
P. O. Uox 287.
Kort, near Hotel Sts.
Chan. J. MuUartiiv, Manager.
Popnttr Braiis of Straight Goods
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Try the Great ApiwHUer Tint Hrownie
Ciicktaii, a hi eelalty It It this retort.
uuroT or the
Famous Wioland Lager Boer.
8. I. HH AW, Proprietor.
and Fine Beer
IIKI.I. TKl.KI'HONK till.
Cor. King ami Nuuanu Street, Honolulu
Atlas Aisnrauce Go.
IBKBTH, . . 110,080,000.
U. W.SCIIMmT A SONS
AvunU for Hawaiian lnlapiU
Dishes ami Ulsssware Wanteitl
Clocks, Watolies ami Jewelry Wnle,
Olil (lolil anil bilver WsnUrfl
MT HIBSt( rrtMt PaMI UH
114 Xing ItrMt, Ooraar of AUkaa.
Sae Half tho Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every painter should itxo l.ticoL, in
otvad of Linseed Oil, because:
1. Lccol la more rfuroM than I .In seed
2. Lticot. Is more economical than Lin
PROOF THAT LUOOL 1H MOKE
Six years of actual uio in exterior
houtfi) imintiiig in California (the
most trying climate for paints), in
tho burning heat of the Arixona Des
ert, tho Arctio cold of Alaska, and on
the Atlantio coast, have fully and
practically shown that Lucol always
outwears Linseed Oil under the same
conditions. All tho ncid works in
Man Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil for LucoL.
ILLUSTRATE THIH YOUttHELF.
1'nt strong ammonia on Linseed aud
Lucol paints. Tho Linseed paints
aro destroyed in a few minutes; tho
Ltiuol paiuu am practically unaffect
ed. PROOF THAT LUUOL IB MORE
Hrcuk up 1 His. paste white lead
in ono pint of Lticoi., and thu same
quantity in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Hprcad the paints ou similar dark
surfaces for comparihou. The Lticoi
paint spreads as far as and covers
much hotter than llin Litixeed paint.
To get equally good covering with the
Linseed paint you have to use 2 lbs.
of white lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of lb. of
pasto lead to each plnlof Lucol. used,
or U lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving moro than half tho
llrsl cost of tho Lucou
Lucoi. is not in competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Agents for the BiwiiitD Isliudi
Hattaitl Ftrn luurtAce Ctk,
LoBttuB i UBuikln tin 1m. C.,
Nhw lurk Llto lu. Co.,
G. 0. bTrger,
QeBaral JmitBt far lawsilu IiUiM.
Grocery v Store
3i NUUANU BTUKKT,
lletweeu Hotel ami King Street, next to
Has oiiened a Kirst-elass Orooery Hlore
as aUivo. He will keep always on hand
the llest and Freshest
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
Ami ito his hest to please all
I'lirnhases delivered to all narta
of the City,
X-u.tia.al Teleplioxie 257.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER & CO., L'd.
At Walklki on rar lino and on I'alama
lto.nl near Kerlllinlnu' Plant. These IxjIi
are Very Uliciip nini Sold on eaiy terms.
Deslralilu Aure Trauls near the city and
oilier l'fOKirtli's (or KiiIk.
JllttlOK WAItINd .V :o
Healers Iu Ixitsaud li,di.
lll-tl &MJ Fort Hlrett, hear Klu.