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FRIDAY. DEO S8, 1HW
Thursday, Deo 27.
HUMS Hyacinth, May, (or Manilas
Fbidat, Doc 2S.
Btnir Klnnu for Maul and Hawaii at 2 in
Btnir Waliimiialo fur porta on this Iila d
Vael Leaving To-mnrrnw.
Bttnr I.lkclike for (oris on Hawaii
For Maul miJ Hawaii, per isttiir Vlnsu,
Dca24-Vol(MiiiU Dr Al !' Hunan, O v
Jo-t WaviMat Ml" J lies WKUasllc.
Jn Tine y, Mra Wldd nVldnnd 2clnl ireo,
S K Kane, W II Mi ptiiaii, II MeKentte, (I
K riiMim II rll. la wlfoali :)clilM u.i,
J I' Howard. Mrs Mnmilr, 'nrl Kleiiiino,
8 1'nrkiT and son. and SO .leek
Tlio 'rotlger Nat work bolwi-en Hie two
ne wlmivrs near the old CuMo n Hous.
Tim Kirntnrr Kaala had rtrntn Ui th
niornliiK. She has Leon undergoing a gen
TRIUMPHS Or TRANSIT.
Hyacinth loft port
Tha Work of Moving Obelisks From
Bgypt to Othur Lttuds
Thorn wai a party arouml onn of
tlio small titbli's on thti vor.inila of
tint Columbia Athletic Club tlio
othur night, when tint tnlk turned ou
tho Washington inouutnout, nnd
from thai drifted to obelisks lu gon
oral. "V1I, ono of tho most ploaant
rocolloctious I liavu to look back on,"
said Atiam Johnson, who was ono of
tho party, "is tho fact that I was ono
of tho party that helped to run up
tho American colors over Cleopatra s
Noodle when it was being takon
down to bo carried to Now York.
Our vossel was out in tho Mediter
ranean with a roving commission,
and wo woro at Alexandria at tho
titno tho obelisk was being moved
Tho big stone had boon presented
by tho Egyptian Government to this
country, but tho people woro wild
about hnving it moved. Wo had to
place a guard arouud tho men who
wero working on tho shaft, and ovou
thou there was almost a riot.
"But that was ono of tho prettiest
pieces of engineering work I have
over seen. Tho engineers who wro
moving our shaft had a couple of
woodeu cases built that Otted around
the needle liko tho pieces of wood
around tho lead iu a pencil. There
wero a couple of projections on each
side of tho castings just on tho cen
ter of gravity iu tho shaft, liko the
trunnions on a cannon. Under those
they put lifting Jacks and just pick
ed that immouro stone oil its pedes
tal, swung it arouud horizontally,
and thou lowered it as gently a
could bo on a long sliding way, with
caauou-balls under it for roller.
Tbnj licl M Bijtittie lliile uul lu Him
steru of tho steamer aud slid it into
tho hull through that aud replaced
tho sheathing outside.
"Under tlio shaft iu the inside or
tho pedestal (hero woro a lot of
brouzo toads aud ornament', nnd
the Lord kuows what not, that the
masons claimed wero put there by
some of their progenitors aeons ago.
I don't know anything about that,
aud you can leave it or take it, as
"Tho British nero uot half so slick
with tho obeliik they carried over
to England. Thoy cased it up iu n
big shell iron arrangement like a
boiler, riveted in, and Honied the
whole thing off through a trench
dug in tho saud down to tho water.
Then they rigged jury-sails on it
and towed it over to England, but
they lost three or four men before
they got it in port, and had all sorts
of a time generally.
"A couplo of years afterward 1
saw the British olielisk set up ou tho
east bauk of the Thames, aud when
1 came home tho first thing I went
to see ours iu Central Park."
H. B. M. S
again last night
O. E. Thrum returned homo on
the Kinau this afternoon.
An entertainment will be given in
the Y. M. 0. A. hall ou New Year's
Dr. M. F. Honan and Q. W. Jost
left for a visit to tho Volcano ou the
A man naiued Ton was fined $2 in
the Diatriet Court to-day for drunk
enness. Mr. Grace of tho Honolulu dairy
has a creauu r aud a gasoline engine
All guessing blank" must beat lue
store of N. S. Snubs before 5 p. in.
0rn (. . Edward, teacher of
the Italihl-kai school, is laid up at
the hosp tal.
Ai ollwr special meeting of the
Young Hawaiians' Institute has been
called for thi evening.
The watermelon on the number of
whose sends .Mr. Siuhn hIT.t- a prize
will bo cut to-uioriQAV evening.
The libel ne against a lapiuese
newspapei ii..rf W-u coiilmuud iu
the DUlrici Cuiirl until moved on.
J. T. Lewis was a passenger om tho
Kiiism tn.iltY M L"wis is inter
ested iu Co lie planting mi Hawaii.
L. of H.,
Mr. Nolle will havo oysters on ico
for the patrons ot tho Beaver lunch
saloon by tho Australia to-morrow.
The local football teams had a
good practico in tho rear of the Exe
cutive building yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. W. O. Irwin aided tho Hono
lulu Library and Heading Room As
sociation with a Christmas gift of
An incipient fire was started near
St. Louis College yesterday evening
by a Portuguese girl playing with
A Japanese fell ovor a cliff at Wai
malu yestorday and was instantly
killed. His body was badly torn
aud bruised by the fall.
Tho LeT Ilima Club will giro a
grand ball on New Year's ove at
ludepondenco Park. A largo num
ber of invitations havo boon issuod.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terras: 25 aud 50
cents per night; $1 and f 1.2ft per
Any porson desiring a good Japa
nese man or boy to work at very low
wagos will please call on T. D. Gar
vin, comer of llichards and King
S. Parker left on tho steamer Ki
nau this afternoon for a short visit
to his Woimea homo on Hawaii. His
daughter, Mrs. MuGuiro, and son ac
Raphael Duohalsky was arrested
this afternoon foi annatilt and bat
tery ou ichart, a uiouuto. patrol
man. 1 ho alleged atsault occurred
Hawaiian Council, A.
will meet this evening.
The Thistles this ovoning. Somo
stranger Scots will be introduced.
The theme at (he Gospel tent to
night will be: "As the Sowing is, so
shall the Harvest be."
A notice of teachers' examinations
at Honokaa and Ainakea, Hamakua,
appears by authority in this issue.
An interesting notice to recipients
of American parcels by post on tho
other islands is published by author
ity. A brake containing two ladies and
two children was capsized ou Liliha
street this morning. One of the
youngsters, a boy, was hurt but uot
Captain Rico, ot tho Government
tug Eleu, has his right hand iu a
sling owing to a boil He has lost
about a hundredweight lately, but
will not seo a doctor about it.
Thoro will be another meeting
this evening of the Young Hawai-
I inns' Institute to consider the con
stitution and by-laws proposed by
the committee having charge of the
The Honolulu Cycle Race Meet
Association will meet to-uiorrow
evening, for tho purpose of declaring
dividends and appointing a day for
th" distribution of prizes to the
vomers of the bicvclo races ou
Agricultural Commissioner Jos.
Marsden was out practising at the
butts this foreuoon. He scored 311
out of a possiblo CO, and threatens
to make another point on tho re
porter if this item is printed. He is
roforrod to the District Court on
John Bush (not John E. Bush)
has taken the oath to tho Republic,
he having lxwn appointed as princi-
Sal of the Kilauea Government
chool on the Island of Kauai. For
more than five years Mr. Bush had
been principal at lolnul school under
Bishop Willis' management.
John Thomas Wnterhouse, tho
Nestor of Honolulu's mercantile
guild, is very low. His sous, Souator
Henry and John T., aro in almost
constant atteudanco on the vonora
bio gontloman. Mr. Walerhouse is
71) years of ago. and has crossed tho
Atlantic nearly as many times as his
Mr. Bronham, attorney, was ou
board tho British cruiser Hyacinth
on her cruiso outside for target
practice yesterday. He says tho
shooting was something splendid.
Tho rapid-firing guns wero used to
get tho range, and 28 shots from the
heavy guus wero fired, all hitting
tho target or dropping close to it.
Altogether ftOO shots from ennuon
down to service riOes struck tho tar
get. The distance was UiUOto'JOOO
The Misery ft of ore Taking
The Happiness AfterTaklng
Mr. R. XI. JHahop
Uammonton, N. J.
" 0. t Rood ft Co., Lowell, M&ss.i
"Dear Him I bars ben In poor health for
W or 96 ysars, and hat been taklotc doctors
medicines mors or less alt Uia time. I did not
get much relief. My blood was In a bad thapa !
and my system was alt run down. I thouclit I
sauit die, but noticing loreral testimonials in ' VS i til
describe rnv focllm
. "i.- M " 1 ' ..
Mn. Aflf rtMlnif mill linllln nl
11a I found it was doing me
Just cast your eye over
this list of articles, every one
of which has had a knife cut
right through the prit e :
Men's Black SOCKS, fast
colors, reduced from $2.50 to
$1.75 per dozen.
Ladies' Black STO IC
INGS from $1 to 3 per
dozen and from $2.50 to $2
New Plain WOOLKN
GOODS, in all shades, from
75 cente to GO cents u yurd.
Also a counter loaded down
Strinnd nnd flrwolriwl
the papers In behalf of Itood'a Rarsaparllla I , . , , -.... .
bouihtthree bottles and found that Itdld me to (iinmiUinS, Printed Ca'lCOS,
much rood that 1 ront titled tokliiE IL I win ' '
without appetite, ilofhfiilly sleepy, and had a Cotton ChallleH. Ol'WUlldipH.
headache mot all the time. In fact I cannot , v"ulw,n Vlliil.a, vlffUlnm-N,
White Cotton Dress Goods,
Madras Curtain, Ktigs, La
dies' Wool Jackets in Tan,
Light Blue and Black Shades,
mm a aisauica soiuier e years oia ana was ar- i . ., ... . ,
fllcted with many ailments. Including kidney, together With inaiiy othl'l' 11CW
bronchitis, and catnrrh. Kln" uiIiir 6 bottles , , , ,
aiiu iianficjomc gooas.
! We call your espteiul at
. tention to these gootls, eim-
Hobron Drng Co., L'd., , lMy realise wu cim scii tnem
Sol. AR,-nt. for tho Hepnblln of Hawaii. jnt thtJ8C fiU,'L'8 f()r 0,lu WCfk
MERCHANT - TAILOR ! ."T uT'"'",r - "'rr:1'
UlglllO, IIUVU IIU UICVII IU
lights iu the store, so that
roods can be examined as well
SllitS Made tO Ordoi' a in the day tun.'.
on short notice. ' f3S:ve all your cheeks
- for the Volcano trip, aud send
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING thm to th hto,.J ,,lfoiv 12
o'clock Deo. 2(5th,
snuoh good and now t cannot praise the tnedl
cine too much for what It bat dona for ma. I
am a disabled soldier W years old and was af-
ot ttood'e Harsan-irilla I am like another man.
in laci 1 minx noons narsatiariiia sareil my
life." K. II. llienor.Hu 4io, Ifammonton, N. J.
tHood's Pills are prompt nnd eftklfnt, yet
aasy lu action. Bold by all druitulsts. SSo,
Fino Caaalmoros, Sorges.
White Llnons, Etc.
0. AKIMA, - 4(1 Ntiuauti Strvot.
Machioery Fur Said I
1 KNOINR. Double Cylinder, Rlnn'e Ac
tion, HiO Cylinder, 12 Ilor-e l'ower.
I VKIiriOAI. TUI1U1.AU noll.Kll, A feet '
Ioiik, 40 inu'.fs diameter. cuitiiriiK
IOO,J-l"Cii tuloi; wl I Htippiy steam for
10 Hurso l'ower Kuk tie. '
I FKKD l'UMI' with all connrotlnna.
Tli alwira oro ll in good order and can
be li-d a1 a tM'galti by app'yliiK to the un
nut i m UdIob Pee &., Lti.
Jiound Trip Ticket will be
issued to the one having the
largest nuinlnr of Sales
B F. Kill MUX to CO
FOR BALE CHEAP
AHUIIKY IN VKItY
(in m llcpalr, Al-o
tf" H'attea toth Niw
fi.l K.. tlul.liiiMil A ,.,.i If.
t itT-tf Hf.ni.'iilu Carriait.. il'l'y.
THE ADZK SLIPPED.
Ralph Turner Vents With an
to Mr. Kalnh TuriiHr, nuu of the em-
loytMs of tho Houolulu Planing
lill, shortly aftur 12:30 o'clock to
day. Mr. Turner was eufraRtxl in
chopping on a log of wood with a
shipwright's ailzo tn put it in shano
for tho turning inauhino when the
tool slipped, it struck Mr. Turner's
right leg below the knee with the
sharp edge, uuttiug quite a gash
aud shattering the bone. The loss
of blood was profuse before medical
aid could be procured. Dr. Juo.
Urodie arrived some time after and
six stitches had to be put in. Mr.
Turner was taken to hia home, where
he will probably have to confine
himself for several weeks.
GOT HI8 DKSEBT8.
A Btoalor of Ducks Who Will Work
on tho Roads.
One Mougoliau chicken thlnf is
oujoying the luxuries of Oahu Prison.
His name is Ah Chin, and he has
beeu tried aud convicted of robbing
a countryuiau of two ducks ou Deo.
10. The complainant, who lives at
Waikiki, loit eighteen ducks, but
only two were recovered. The man
was only arrested on Saturday la-st.
In his hurry to get away he dropped
a bag containing two of the twinning
fowls. In the District Court he was
fouud guilty and sentenced to one
month's imprisonment at hard labor
and to pay costs of Court. Several
ChitieHo ranchmen have reported
their iiiibHiug ducks from their places
At Williams' Studio are to Imi seeu
Portraits ou Watch Dials, which he
is making a specially of, Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
mi Monday night.
Tlio little fourteen months old
daughter of Alexander Smith died
yesterday afternoon. The funeral
to k place from Kaputikolo at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon.
The steamer W. O. Hall will re-
turu from wiudnard early Tuesday
morning. W. Hihs went as purser
this trip, W. White preferring to
spend the holidays at home.
Tho Board of Education has de
cided to erect a high school build
ing iu Honolulu. It will also intro
duce art training and hygienic in
struction iu the public schools.
Cane Cod Cook was to have loft
for a trip around the Horn on the
Kliza Cook yesterday afternoon, but
he didn't. lie was seen shaking
bauds with O'Reilly ou Nuuauu
street iu tho evening.
A hack driven by a native ran on
the sidewalk ou King street near
Pauahi street last night. One of
the wheels was broken aud a female
occupant was thrown out and in
jured but uot seriously.
An auction flag was placed iu f rout
of the Holomua office this morning.
Twice the ropes were out and the
Hag hidden. Finally a police officer
had to be stationed thero to watch
that no one repeated' the act.
Kuia pleaded guilty in the Dis
trict Court this morning to assault
with a deadly woapon ou his elderly
wife on Christmas Day. He was
seuteuced to pay a fine of (15 aud
be imprisoned tweuty-four hours.
A Chinamau was arrested oarly
this morning for chicken stealing.
He was caught iu the act at Alapai's
resilience at Palama. Ah Chew
(spring chicken) furnished $50 bail
and the chicken fancier was released.
0. K. Harrison, practical piano
md organ maker aud tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co, will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
tfuarauteod to lw the same as done
II. O. Diart, who was for ton years
the practical jeweler for Weuuer &i
Co., has opened a now place at 114
King street, corner Alakea street.
Watchmaking, souvenir spoous, aud
jewelry of every description made on
Kaumakapili church Suuday
school had a Christmas entertain
ment last uigut. Santa Clans was
well perKounled iiov. Mr. Gulick
delivered au address, liefore the
oxoroUos the chimes wero rung by
Ah Wo. a Uliine.su haokmau, was
sentenced to twenty-four hours' im
prisonment ul hard labor this morn
ing for assaulting Sum Keliikuowa
with a deadly weapon, viz., an iron
rod. ou Christmas Day The com
plainant showed a badly damaged
(ace iu Court. His rigjit eye was
closed for repairs aud his left wore
Berudt and Anderson, iuciuImts of
the mounted patrol, weresumuinrily
diMuisskd by Marshal Hitchcock
last night. Tho reason given was
that the men were under the in
fluence of liquor while on duty.
Their places will be Pilled later. At
present there are four mounted
l( rV yflJSV l fl.
r4Jlli e sxjwvs . Ii7iavalii
tW','''' jUS r snV5ilBBsssiSs53ssssBK
ffiini all t tit- tVt' hr ib-il
Kai'torlKK In the United
It's almost ns easy for a
horse fed on California
Peed Co.'s Hay and
Grain to draw his load
as it is for this hig ele
phant to draw his. We
pay the highest price and
get the best there is to
bo had. Our prices are
as low as the lowest.
Prompt delivery. Both
Telephones 1U1. . . .
IMl'OKTKUS, VIIOI.K8AI.K AND ltKTA.ll. DK.VI.KUH IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
lHIOLLISTElIR Sc OO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
to let at terminus of
317 KIiik street.
BOOKS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND 110AKI)
lor u low rtirnoiis can ho
bud at Ilanlwul, on the Wai-
W. 8. HAKTI.KIT,
Jf you are in need
Gil A IN for your
of HAY and
King up Teleph lies
deliver to all parts of
Union Feed Co..
rpilKKK NIOK LOTS AT
X Mukiki ut a ltnrgnlii.
OUxlUlruuli, Will noil either
an a whole or reimralWy
Oiuiiinllii lilock, Mercliunt Stri'ft.
F'Olt TWO OK TMJtBK
Yenrii, a t'otiHuolcen
rally locntuili of rour
ItuimiH nltn i'niitrv uinl
Klii'lum uttuiilii'd. Ilullir'oni. Hcrvutll'H
uml I'lirrliiiie-riioiiiM uml Htiilifen on tli
I'ruinlM'H, Tliu lliiiico Is pii'tly llltiil up
for liiitiffkrepInK, uml llm lot will lu
illvliluil oil'lri'in llm iniilu yunl liy u rcin'ii,
IIihhI riHiullili) ti'imnu uru VMitfii'il, In
quire at tliu lliuxuriN Oilim. IJ -ll
J f your subicrjifon Aa rxjifrn imim'
It a good Unu to rtnrw it
618 ffoxt Street
Mi December 1,
1891, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tlio Hiilowill ointlmio ilnrliiK the KNTIItK MONTH OK DrXKM
11 Kit. Tliu lli'inU 10 lie disposed of, roil.it of
HOLIDAY .-. GOODS !
That Meet All Demands and Sttisfj All Wants
S20 Fort St
Come and sec Our Immense Variety of Fancy
Novelties suitable for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
A OHOH'K ABBOKTMKNT OF
Silk Drapes, Lace Tab'e Banners, Lfce Scarfs,
AT KNOKITIOKAI.I.Y LOW P11IUK8.
Pans, Hal Bags. Purses and Card
IN OIIKAT VAKIBTY.
Lace Bod Spreads, PiUsh Scarfs, Fanoy Tab1 a Covers,
IHeful and Acceptable t'resents.
Lad es' rnrse Ut Vests, Ladies' Silk Hose.
Udlcs' 0ivnwork Silk lloso In White, (Hack ami Shades ot Tan.
Noveltiei ; Silvor Ware! Ladies Fine Partsolil
Cm. DON'T KOKUGT TI1K lITfl.t: K0LKH1
Childxen's Dresses, Gapes and Cloaks!
Laca and Silk Bonnet.", Children' IVm, Parasols, Ktc, Kto., Ktc
A most Coiiiplr lo Stock and I.itrst IVsIkih, and prices thnt will aitonlf h yon.
Ladles' Finn Whltu llcintnrdHltcli llnndkerclili-ts at $t irdoien.
I. idles' Whit Kuihroldrred Hand-mclilet. I60. eoh or J.0J a iloien.
l.ldlcs'SIlk lluodkiiclilefj, unihroldcrcd; for ifio a d npwanls.
Gentleman's Si k Umbrellas, SMl MrgTige Shirts and P jamas!
Oenlleiunn's Kin Neck Wear. mitM Harsatn.
Ountlcnian'n S'lk, l.tnen ant Ci 1 rtd llonter llnnkrchtef.
(Icnilciiiaii'K Hllk IlnmUcrrciiiefn at3.V. i-acli or $.1.5ia doirn.
Ucntleinnn'i Fine l.lnun Hundkniihiiifs, fnncy border; at $3.70 per doteo.
Silks ! Silks !
We have Just KrtlveJ per 8. 8.
'Ocoinlo" a l.ari; liiTolce of
Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Silks 1
Solid Col.n In ail tho DHlltntn Shades an J I'r-lty StrlK)i.
oll'or i he Kiitlr Lot
FOR SO O H31STTS JL 'YJLFIJD
And at All Times
l. tffl '( vssJlsV - VflslsHsD
( iV . 4j al"! j4 JissKssBr
4 'roisMMkvi isssH y
Temple of Fashion
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Boots, Shoori and Oont's Furnishing Goods.
ssW An Imiiieiino Afsurimoiit ol TOYS VOIl CHltlSTMAH .09
M. Q. BILjVA.,
HIR,H3S' ROOT BH2H1R,.
Tl' IS A lIOMKMADi: AND HOMEMAKINC HKVEKAOE.
ll ih wry ti.iHily iruuri'il, uml if tho plain dirccliunu urn
folluwvtl, it will ulw.iys bu j;ohI. Evory inoinbur of tho family,
fr.nii tho Imliy to tho uniuilf.iMiur, cun onjoy Hiukb Hoot Hkku,
uinl ovcty iiiiu of ilium will h.io buttur health for ouch hwuIIow
thoy luko. It improvvn tho upiiotite, purifies tho LIcmmI, and
tonoH tho whole ny8tuni. CiiiUlron wpvciully delight in Hiukh'
Itoor Hkku. Ub irepurutioii intoroBtH them, nnd iu uho does
tliiiiu piod. In thotirtundx of hunieu, "lliiiKs' Koor Hkku that
niothor maili'," will he uinuiit; tho tiupiiiuut rccollectionu of
childhood It uleatiBOH tho hymcni of the puiounoua liumom that
develop in kidnoy and urinary diKoanca, and iu fact, in any euso
that arint'H from au impure utatr of tho blood.
Distinctly umlorxtund IIiicks Hoot Hkku in without ndultc
rnlion or any clirtuical orartillei.il admixture wo prove it it iu
uuido iu our opnu Laboratory. No hceret procesB. Wo take tho
bcHt HerliH uml Himitj, boil them down, bottle thi'iu aud ncud
thorn lo you. lVrliap I hero inn'l another Itoul Heor Labora
tory in Hi" country open to public i-yi'. Everybody know Hiukh'
Hoot Hkku oImmiiIimIm can't apjiroach nature. Will you tine
ii.ilui.il H.nt Deer aud 6.itify your thimt auiUtreuKtheu youi
body, or will you uho artillcial Hoot Heor to savo a fow penmen
and ruin your health? There in ten limof an much Hiukh' Hoot
Hkku Mild than all other Hoot Heor oxlraota combined.
llonitoN Dhuo Company
Hknhon, Smith & Company....
IIollihtku Dituo Company, Ltd.. . .
Lewis & Company