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Carpets, Rugs, Linoleums,
Fine Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
Fine Easels, Piuuo Lamps,
UocVitig Chaira, Fancy Tables,
Umbrella Stands, Music Racks.
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Satsuma, llaviland, Cloisonne,
Crescent China, Etc., Etc.
Fancy Vases, Cut Glass Decanters,
Roso Howls, Tumblers,
Wine Clashes, Etc , Etc.
Velvet Pile Centre Rug,
Japanese Rugs, Sofa Mats,
Door Mats in Large Variety,
A LA1KIE ASSORTMENT OK
Fancy Plates, Plaques, Cops and Sanceis
T.) UK BOI.I) 81NOLY OH IN 8KT8.
Solid Silver and Plated Ware
TO UK CLOSED OUT UNDEIl COST.
THEO. EDAYIES & CO.,
JUST ARRIVED ! !
A large assortment
lias just been re
ceived per "It. 1'.
Hichel" and "C. I).
Bryant," and moro
to in rive per "Trail-sit."
Hopp 8o Co.,
No. '74 Xing Street.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oornor Fort Jb Hotel Ste
From Recent Direct Importations
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. T-jAJiGKHl ASSORTMENT.
1 O. JIOX 481-
PACIFIC GUANO &
O. N. WILCOX ....
J. F. HAUKFELI)
OUR NEW WOKKS AT KALI III being completed, we aro now ready
to Furnish all kinds of
ALSO KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
Pacilic Guano, PotaHh,
Sulphate of AiumonJj,
tm Hiicclsl attention given to Anulysl-t of Bolls hy onr Atfrtcultural Chemist.
All Goods are guaranteed In every rurt-ct.
For further jwrtloulars
Every variety, stylo
and price in the
Furniture lino. TIio
host and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
-MUTUAL TKI.E. 407
unitary and Treasurer.
Nitrate of Soda,
Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
Guano it Fertilizer
DU. W. AVEUDAM, Manager.
The war between China and
Japan is still on. So far the
Japanese have all the beat 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 the
mouth of the Yalu Itiver and
the total destruction of three
Chinese men-of-war followed
this quickly. The final expul
sion of the Chinese from Corua
and the capture of Kiow Lien
Chang left tho road open to
the Japs to both Moukden
To carry on this warfare
Japan has (so far) enlisted ono
hundred thousand men asido
from her regular standing
army, and hundreds of the
bone and sinow of the laud of
the recruiting offices daily.
This has caused the 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
large Christmas order in seve
ral months ago, wo will not
Why trado with firms who
carry au assortment of goods
that are of inferior quality or
made by the cheapest labor,
when you can get the best for
the same pricut Wo guarau
too every article in our store
to bo tho very boat that tho
Japaucso markot can produce
aud at prices that wore in
voguo before war was de
clared. For Ladies
Wo have an assortment of
Articles both Useful and Orna
mental that must please the
most Fastidious. Every lady
is particular about the Hand
kerchiefs she uses. Wo hare
all kinds Plain, Beautifully
Embroidered, Drawn and
Opou Work all Colors and
Doilies, hand-painted and
embroidered, Crepe Silk
Sashes, Silk aud Crepe Shawls,
and a variety of Scarfs. Wo
also rooeived a large variety
of Silk Dress Goods.
We havo Silk Shirts-white
aud colored either plain or
embroidered; Cravats, Neck
ties of every variety, shade
aud shape, Smocking Jackets
aud Caps, that aro a pleasure
to wear, aud Silk aud Cotton
Pajamas that are comfortable
and well made; also the two
extremes Straws Hat and
Nothiug iu Houolulu cau
approach the small order of
Boots that wo have. They
wero made by the best Japa
nese Mechauics, aud we guar
antee tho quality, style, fit
and finish Calf, Patent
Leather aud Tan.
Articles, such as Tea Cosies
for covering Tea Services, etc.
Fine Table aud lied Covers,
aud pretty Chair Racks we
have in profusion,
Also some Menu Cards for
Thanksgiving, Christmas find
New Year's that are pretty
Enjoy Christmas princi
pally because they receive love
offerings from parouU aud
frieuds, A good present to
give a boy is one of our lltit
terfly Pins, ami a nice present
for your girl cau bo had by
getting ono of our Books of
Fairy Tales, they are made of
Quo Crept) paper profusely
Illustrated aud tho Stories aro
translated from Old Japanese
XDWAKD XS BIS OWN COUSIN.
A Baby Prince Who is Nearer Re
lation to His Mother Than to
A London newspaper man with a
taste for mystification, lias pro
pounded an interest ing conundrum
in regard to the relationship which
the little Priuce Edward bears to
himself and to his father and mo
ther. As ho is the third cousin of
his father aud also the second cousin
of his mother, it is pointed out that
this makes his relation to himself
somewhere bet weon that of a third
and fourth cousin. Ho is, as it were,
his own doublo-third cousin a rela
tionship which the propounder of
the conundrum rightly thinks will
take some time for him to compre
hend. Both his father and mother
are descended from George III. of
England. King George Ht.'s son
Adolphus, duke of Cambridge, had
a daughter Mary, who married tho
duke of Tock, and became tho mo
ther of the Princess May, who mar
ried the duke of York: and tho duke
of York's father, tho Prince of
Wales, is the great-grandson of tho
same Kiuir George 1 II. The young
prluco will thus have tho right to
address either his mother, his father,
or himself as "my royal cousin," and
it is suggested tttat be may exctiso
any partiality for his raolhor over
his father by declaring that she is a
nearer relation to him than his fa
ther. Prodigious! Exchange.
Spoody Torpodo Boats.
The British torpedo boat Horuot
on her trial trip snowed an average
speed of 27.028 kuots per hour. The
record of tho Ardent, another Bri
tish torpedo-boat, which mado a
trial trip at the Mafiiu on the Ulh of
last November, is faster. Her per
formance raakfs her the fastest boat
in the world. With natural draught
her moan speed was 1U 276 per hour.
with a gduch pressure her speed was
26.787. and with a 2-inch air pres
sure tho mean speed per hour was
29.182 knots. With tho 2-inch pres
sure she made a run under 105
Eouuds of steam of 30.101 knots an
A. E. Kilpatrick, of Fillmore, Cal.,
had the misfortune to have his leg
caught between a cart and a stone
and badly bruised. Ordinarily ho
would have been laid up for two or
three weeks, but says: "After using
one bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm 1 began to feel better, aud in
three days was entirely well. Tho
peculiar soothing qualities which
Chamberlain's Pain Balm possesses I
have never noticed in any other lini
ment. I take pleasure iu recom
mending it." Tliis liniment is also
of great value for rheumatism aud
lame back. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agouts for tho
BY VIltTUK OK A WUITOF EXE'HT
lion lsiird out of I ho District Court.
oh the lUtli ilny of December, A. D. ltfcil.
ngalmd I. Ilrad'ey. defendant, In favor of
Mr. Thus iMCk, plilnt'll, (or tho mini oi
lift , I haw levlid um Mini shall oxpoe
fur wife lit the 1'oltet Million, lit tho DIs
trli;t of Honolulu, Island of ObIiii, at 1'J
o'clock of HATl'lillAY, t'.e llitli day of
January. A. J). iMft, to the hlglicit bidder,
nil tho right, tltlu mid interrsl of tho said
I., llruilluy, defendant, In ami to tho fol
lowing iroKjrt). iinli'ni snld judgment,
Intermit, cota and my uxh.io he pie
l.'Ktof property f"r Ail":
1 Jl tint -::-, f iik Machine, I Wash Ilnsln
I Wanlrolio, 7 School Desks, I Oil Btove.
'J lllack Itdiinlc, 1 Music Itiick mid lot of
i:. i. HircimooK,
Mnndial Itepuhlluof Jlitwnll.
Honolulu, Doc. 13, ISUl. lii'S-li
CASH PAID FOK
WEWILL1IUY KOU CAKH LAIMIK
or Small (nautlllm of Ued Ha
wullun i'ostago hliimps tit tho following
prices per hundred:
1 Cent, violet M
1 Cent, blue to
1 Cent, green CO
.'font, vermilion 1.75
' Cent, brown 85
'J Cent, roso 10
'J Cent, violet, Ib'll Issue 00
6 Cunt, dark Mnu 1.7.1
5 Cent, light blue 1.10
U Cent, green 2.75
10 Cent, liluok '.'.73
10 Cont, eriiilllnil b.'ib
10 Cent, brown S.7A
P.! Cent, black II.M)
U' Cent, iiuiuve (J..r0
15 Cent, hrowli t.'U
W Cent, purple 10.50
CO Cunt, roil an.oo
VWHtaiiipi wliloli are torn are not
wanted at any i.rli. Address
l. O. Uox4l3,
tNi.1 It-H tf WnthliiKton, 1). C, 11. r). A.
will tell you
it la the
FOH HALE J1Y THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO, L'D,
Agents for Die Hawaiian Isluuds.
If your tubtrrijilion hutrxpirrd now
it a good lime to renew it,
20 lbs. W
is gathering together the
usual choice array of Holi
day Supplies at Thhum's
FomvsTitEET Stoke, which
for variety in carefully se
lected goods from Paris,
New York, Philadelphia
and Sun Francisco renders
tins' long established store
of Holiday Novelties in nil
the lines of Dolls and Doll
Sundries, Toys and Games,
Wagons, Carriages, Rock
ing Horses, Shooflics, Velo
cipedes, Tool Chests, Cro
quet Sets, Blocks, Juvenile
and Toy Books, Etc., Etc.
of Christmas Novelties, Sty
lish Stationery, with a fine
assortment 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
Book, more Dolls, latest
designs in Indian Work
and Bon-Bon Baskets, also
a large stock of Crepe Tissue-
Papers in choicest co
lors and tint edges.
10!) Fort StrffU
W. W. AHANA.
333 XTviviaAVi StrMt.
Kortltsb, Scoicb and Aewiwd Goods.
Htylo and Fit Uusrsntccd.
' 'loaning & Repainiic
lutotl Tale. 865. P. U. Boi 144.
EI.E0TION OF OFFICERS
AT THE ADJOUUNF.D ANNUAL
mealing of tho Kaikm.ui Kii.hoaii
Coxi'ANV, Lluiltml, held at their Olllce, Iu
this I Ity. on iho'.llth Inst., tho followhiK
Ollleera worn elected to srrvu during thn
O. V. Wilder. I'rrslilriit,
H. (I. Wilder. Vice-President,
t). II. Itnso Ht-cretary,
O. L. Wlitht Trcamirer,
0. J. Fulk Auditor.
B. II. KOSK,
Honolulu, Nov. 'HI, ibOI. IllM-lm
SLEOTION OF OFFIOEB8.
AT THE ADJOUItNKD ANNUAL
meeting of Wilhi.k'h Btkamhiiii-Cou-rANV,
Limited, held at their Olllce. In this
City, on the Ltith Ins., the following Oilier rs
were elected to berve during tho ensuing
I J. L Wlyht. President,
J. F. lluokfeld Vtce-I'rt-sidcut,
8. II Hose Hecre'ary,
B II. Itose Tieasurer,
W. F. Allen Auditor.
S. n. HOSE,
Honolulu. Nov. 20, 1801. UHH-liu
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
AT A SPECIAL MKKTINO OF WIL
iikr'h STRMsmr Comi-anv, Limited,
held ut their Olllco, iu thin Cltv, Decemlr
4. 1HIII, tho following (Jeutleiiieu were
elected as Dlreetors of the Company for
WM. O. IUWIN,
W.M. V. ALLKN.
WM. 0. W1LDKU.
UKU. U. 1IKUKLKY.
The iihovo named Gentlemen together
with the President, Vice I'rniildeui, and
Uecretary and Treasurer of the Company,
I'oustl lite the Hoard of DlreeUira.
l'JOI-lm ti. U. KOBE, Secretary.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
the trttliiurn "Ki-
Xx tuke iiiingii on
nau" and "Oi.auuink" from Houoliila are
hereby requested to purchase tickets at
the, Company's Olllie heforo omliurking;
and any passenger falling to do ho will ou
subject to pay twentj-llvH percent of tho
rrguhr fare lit addition thereto. This rule
will hu s'rlctly eutorcAii from and after
Junusry 1, 1S1I5. For the convenience of
passeiiijers the Wharf Olllco will he up-n
forthf sale of tickets on the afternoons of
he day of Billlnc of the steamers Kinau"
Ulld "OtAllMI.NK "
WILDKH'H STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu Dee. (I, IH'JI. IVUS-lm
ALL I'EUBONH HAVINII CLAIMS
iikiilnm thn I'Mn'e o ti von Topiu,
d 'reused, lire hereby reipiiHied to pierll
the Hiiniu Immediitiely to the unde-rnli'iied
ut thuolllcuof II. lliick'eld X. Co.. llono
lulu J. F. HACKFELI)
Anting Kii.hIhii VIce-CtiliKtil.
Honolulu, Dec. IH, IbUl. IUK(-t
C1IIKCK HOI, IH8UHI) IIY I'AIA
J I'l'iitatlou, Muni, Kep einh.-r CI, Hi' I,
ou lllbhop c Co . iu furor of Kahu'ul Kail
rosit C'oiiiimiw, Luiiltml, Payment on
came has been stopped. All iiersousure
hereby warued HKiilust negotiating same.
will conduct a General For
warding and Express Busi
ncHB between the enti'o group
of Islands. Wc make our
selves responsible for all Pack
ages and Goods sent by ii.
Wc have responsible Agents
at all ports touched by Steam
Our Express Wagons will
call for and deliver to any
part of the city.
Baggago Checked direct to
destination from hotel or residences.
Packages and money sent
by our Expro-s System arc
for their full va-
Our Agents board a'l in
Baggage and Goods stored
three days free of charge.
!S? Place of Business:
Hotel and Union streets.
Both Telephones '170.
Id Tbeie GlilUj Mornings
the thoughts of tho householder
aro dirocted towards fuol as a
means of keeping warm. To
get tho right quality at tho
right price is tho tuattor to bo
considered. Thore's lots and
lots of wood for sale, but to get
what is best for tho money is
Wo contend and wo boliovo
wo aro right in our judgment,
that tho wood wo dolivor to our
patrons is the best evor offered
for sale in Honolulu. Our
algoroba is full growth and
has moro body to it than that
grown anywhere on tho Islands.
Our wood choppers know a
good thing when they seo it,
and in cutting thoy select only
what thoy know to bo good to
use. Wo never dolivor any ex
cept what is good. -You take
no ohancos whatever when you
tolephono us au ordor for wood.
You get just as good as if you
camo to tho rauch aud selected
Our stock of Holiday
Goods aro now ready for
inspection at our New
More (Wennei's old
stand) on Fort Street.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an eye on tho Holiday
Trado and will be sold at
JACOBSEN ft PFEIFFER.
1. O. Ilox 287.
Fort, near Hotel 8ti.
Ciias. J. McUaiitiiv, Manager.
Popular Braata of Straight Gooit
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Try thn Great Appetizer Tn
Coi'KTAti a Bpeclalty with this
IIKrOT or TIIK
Famous Wioland Lager Beer
H. I. HHAW, Proprietor.
anil Fine Beei'
ItKI.L TELKI'HONK 1IU.
Cor. King and Nutianu Street, Honolulu.
Atlas Assurance Go.
n w MJltMIDT dt sons
A.ni fr Hawaiian Island
Dishes and Glassware Wanted I
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry WanU-d
Old Gold and bllvsr Wanted I
or WfkMi PrtoN NUI.oh
114 King ItrMt, Ooratr of AUkM.
Be Halt the Amount of Tour Oil
BiU Through Saving in figment.
Every painter should use Luool in
stead of Linseed Oil, because :
LccOL is mot durable than Linseed
2. Louol is more tconomteal than
PltOOP THAT LUCOL IB MOKE
Six years of actual uio in exterior
houao painting in California (the
most trying climate for paints), in
the burning heat of thd Arfxoua Des
ert, tho Arctio cold of Alaska, and on
the Atlantic coast, have fully and
practically nliown that Lucut. always
outwears Linseed Ull under llio sumo
conditions. All the Hcid works in
Man Francisco have discarded Lin
seed Oil ior LucoL.
ILLUSTIIATE THIB YOUKSELF.
Put strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol paints. The Linseed paints
arc destroyed in a few minutes; the
Lucol paiuls ate practically uiiafk-cl-cd.
L'ltOOF THAT LUCOL IS MOKE
Break up 1 lbs. panto white lead
in one pint of Luool, and the same
Humility in one pint of Linseed Oil.
Bprcnd tho paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison. The Lucol
paint spreads us far us and covers
much better than the Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with tho
Linseed paint you havo to uho 1 lbs.
of white lead to one pint of l.luxecd
Oil. This means a saving of lb. of
paste lead to each pint of Lucol lived,
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving moro than half tho
first cost of tho Lucol.
Lucol is not iu competition with
cheap Linseed Oil substitutes.
Dalits for the Hivallio Islaodi
UarttuN Ptro laMuraace C..
LtinrtoB Uacajhlre flr Ut. Co.,
New lork LU In. Co.,
G. 0. BERGBR,
Qmeral igoal tor Hawallu IaUiAa.
3i! NUUANU BTItEET,
Iletweon Hotel and King Street, next to
Has opened a First-clats Grocery Blore
as ulmve. He will ktep always ou hand
the llest and Freshest
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his best to please ull
Bsfe. I'urchases delivered to all parts
of the City.
3ia.tu.al Teloplvoa 257.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDE It & CO.,
At Walklkl on car line and on 1'iilama
lto.nl near Fertilizing Hunt. Tliesu lls
are Very Cheap ami Bold on easy terms.
Deslruhlu Acre Tracts near thu city uud
other l'roH)rties for Hale,
IlltllOK WAHING & CO.,
,' Dealers In lots and lauds.
L!U-tl( 003 Fort bUvet, utNir King.