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Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Beg to announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak Bed'
room Sets, Jlaltan and Wicker Ware made vp
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs, of the
very latest designs; Dining Boom Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialty. Also a fresh lot of
Porlicr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bell 526 TELEPHONES Mutual B4fi
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB. '.
1 100 Yiris Down lo Enough
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !! s,nle Snin
801.11) OAK UEDKOOM BETS,
BOKAH, LOUNGES, WAKDKODK8,
M1KUU118, MOULDINU8, KTO., KTa
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
Per Itoll ol 40 Yards, 112.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent i Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179, TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
(Successors to 0. E. William.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
411 NUUANC STREET.
(niporter mil Dealer id Eanpi Dry anil Fancy Goods
Ladles' Warn of every description. Alio, fresh line of Chinese Uoods.
Pongee & "Wliite Silk Faja.zxia.s
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings !
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
W Fit Guaranteed. Price Moderate. "
g" C-LL-b-ueil Telephone B48 i
I U POUTER AND DEALEB IS
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOOR and PEED.
Prasb Calllornli Roll Batter and Ulanl Battar
tW ALWAYS ON HAND J
lew Goods Bewlied by Every Steamer from Sao Fwdcisco
MT AH Orders faltbfally attend to. BstUfaotlon niuranuwrt lilaud Urdara
olioltml and pauked with care-
Linoolm Blooi, Kino Strkbt, lirr. Post and Alaka Stbiits.
SUTH TBI.BPHONKO 240
LEWIS & CO..
Ill ITOltT 6TKKET,
Importers. Wholesale & lietail Grocers
Profision Dealers It Natal Supplies
sTmk Qo4a fcjr Bverr Calilenla Staaaiar.
CCEJ - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY .
IlLAMM OtDBU SOUOITBO
H. E. MoINTYKE & BIU).,
IMTOBTBM AMD OBAUBS ID
Groceries, - Provisions and - Feed.
Maw Ooodi KtoalvHd by Krary Facket from the Kaitarn HtatM and Bnrop
rUKNH . OALIKOUNlA'l'KODU(JE . BY- KVEItV 8TKAMKK
All Urdara faithfully attended to and (loodi Dalivarad to am
farl of the (Mty KUKK.
lutnp OansM Boijoitid SATUfAOTio. QuAitHTaia
BAWt UUUbIBH rUUI AM) KINO aTUKSTtt,
V O BOX m
Y (I BOX W7
0W SATISrAOTION OOARAirTBBD.
P. O KOX I4fl
i STYLE !
Pour great requisites of
Men's "Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suite
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johniton A Storey,
4 13 fort Street
L. B. K.JBjRR'S
1 HAVK JUST KKCK1VKD A
LA HOB ABbOHTMKNT OK . .
and Latest Styles.
THKHK UOODB WILL IIB SOLD IN
ANY QUANTITY FKOM A
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERK, - Impoutkk,
Real Estate and Loans
Tho enlargement of tlio LOAN Mnrket
to as to cover the want and nccomltlci of
tho large number of honorable people who
rn nut nwncra of unincumbered llrnl
Kutato wax one of the moil necessary Inno
vations of recent year. To many It linn
meant relief from preying chilnu at the
very time when most xftillnl. Win n
Iiroixirly and lionornlily conducted tlila
luslnoss la of itinlly great liiiiwrtrnwe
and value to the comiiiunlty an iltilldliiK
and loan Associations linvu proved them
selves to be.
Tbe Hawaiian Iovestmeat Co,
Makes a culalty of Negotiating and Pro
curing loiinn for Ilorrowcm who are un
able to discount their Noiesattliu Hanks
and who do not euro to obllgnta them
Helves to some friend or acquaintance hy
asking his endorsements to their Note.
This Company will make Iosn upon
Household Furniture, Piano. Organ.
Horses, Mules, Wagons, Carriage unci
1'crnunnl Property without removing tho
l'raperty from the Horrowcr's ueslou.
ana an imxinos win ue oouuiiuteu nil n
UTKIOTLY CONFIDENTIAL ilAblB.
Tie Hawaiian Uveatmeat Co.,
General Real Estate Auents,
18 and IS Kaahumanu Blriet,
(Nar Pott Office)
Notirj Public. Mutual Telephone 639.
IN THE CIRCUIT COIMIT OK T1IK
First Circuit. Hawullan lolaudx. K.
AUOUHT UUIIK vh. 11A1.UIN1 UOi'K.
The Kepublln of Hawaii! To tho Manual
of the ilawallau islandi), or hln Deputy,
Yuuure commanded to Summon Ilulblnl
Hock, Urfeniiant, In cane hf kIiuII lilt, writ
ten uimwur within tucntydaya after bervlce
hereof, to be and umwar liefure the Circuit
Court at tho November term tin reof, to be
holdeu at Honolulu, Inland of Oaliu. en
MONDAY, the 5th day of November next,
at ten o'clock a m., to chow cause why the
claim of K. Auguat Hock, ululntlll', bhiiuld
not be awarded to him mirnuant to the
tenor of Ills annexed etlliun
And have you then there this writ with
full return ofyour proceedings thereon.
Witness Hon. V. A. WHITlNfJ.
First Judtio of the Circuit
heal Court of the First Circuit ut
Honolulu, this lUth day of
UEOKUK I.UCAB, Clerk.
I certify the foroKohiK to bo a truu copy
of the oriciual buiuuioiis In tald cuuse.
and that sutu Court ordered publlcutlou of
thi! name and continuance, of bald cause
until the next February term of this Court.
UK01IUK I.UUAB, Clerk.
Honolulu, Nov. 'JO, lhUI. XWi-iit
615 KOUT bTUEKr,
Will Bell His Entire Btock of
Boots & Shoes
At and Jlelow Cost Price, comprising
Rlilag, Our Eorska Boots,
Pamar's and Rebbtr Boots.
Also a variety of
Mkn'u, Imp i is' and Ciiilhrkn b
SHOES ft SLIPPERS I
NOTICE IB 1IKHRHY GIVEN THAT
all claims against the Criterion Ka
j loon will be nettled by Mr. Jns, F, Mor
1 (tan, and nil outstanding accounts due the
i Criterion Baloou and the joliblng limine of
I.. 11, Deo nn lo the above date are iityahle
i to Mr. I-. II. Dee. All LIIIh agsinsl L II,
lieu tiieaaa present iiumeuiateiy lor nay.
lueut. U A. DKE.
Honolulu, Oct. 8, IBM. li&J-Uui
cided to postpone the Philadelphia's
departure at least until the arrival
of the Australia's mail on the 11th
inst. Before reaching this conclu-
I consulted with tho United
States Minister, whose vtows coin
cided entirely with my own, and I
was further con Cr mod in my opinion
by the receipt of a petition to keep
tho Philadelphia at Honolulu, sign
ed by several prominent merchants
and business men representing largo
American monoyed interests. This
petition is inclosed.
It is a faet that should not be lost
sight of, that English iufluonco is
always opposed to American influ
ence in the Hawaiian Islands. It is
colonial aud local in its character,
influenced Jargely, if not wholly, by
trade jealousies, but it is a potent fac
tor and is strong enough to orutilu-t
ally influence the attitude of the
British diplomatic representatives i
and to hare its effect upon British
naval officors who remain there for I
any length of time. The existence I
of this antagonism and of its tutiu
ences should always bo takou iuto
Had tho department orders given
mo discretion in the matter I should
have left the Philadelphia at Hono
lulu and returned to ban Francisco
with my staff by mail stoamor, fail
iug the arrival of tho Charleston by
the 8th, but as they were entirely
unqualified I had no choice but to
obey thom at the earliest moment
that such a course was justified by
paramount public interests. I trust
that another ship will bo sont to
Honolulu at the earliest practicable
Letter From Mrs. Bradloy.
Will you bo so kind a to contra
dict n statement made in tho Adver
tiser of the 27th inst., which is utter
ly falae and which shows how ready
they are to say what is unjust and
what will injure ono in the eyes of
others. For tho sako of my husband
who is absent, and for my children,
I wish to state that wo do not owe
Mrs. Lack one cent, as I can prove.
When Mr. Bradloy wished to give a
concert ho was desirous of purchas
ing a 'collo, but had not tho available
cash at the time. Mrs. Lick offered
to lend $25 at 20 percent. This
gonorous offer was accepted aud the
'cello was bought from Mr. I'aty of
Bishop's hank, aud not from Eug
lantl. The Velio was a valuable and
sweet-toned one aud worth consider
ably more than was given for it.
Whou in urgent need of money for
pressing expenses, Mr. Bradley triod
to sell it and stated it was worth
S100, which it certainly was. Mr.
Merger very kindly lent him $25 and
promised to try aud sell the 'cello
for him. As to Mr. Bradley telling
His friends or his departure, l beg to
state wo had no frionds. nor do we
enter any one's house but to givo I
music lessons, his nanio was printed
in the paper three days before ho
left. This ought to have satisfied ,
the curious. My furniture has not ,
been seized. I have allowed Mrs.
Lack to take my school desks aud '
sewing machine, because I knew this
act was unlawful and she will have !
to pay dearly for this. The matter
is now in Lawyer Kinney's hands. ,
What am the laws in this couutry?
Even had the debt been owing, in a
wife responsible for her husband's
debtsT The lawyers tell me, no;
then why does the law allow the '
Marshal aud Mrs. Lack to make a
new law for themselves!
Mr. Bradley came hero on
Mr. Mackintosh's recommendation, i
whoso letter I havo in my possession, i
also in consequence of a paragraph, i
which appeared in tho A. 0. C. writ- '
ten by Mr. M., which stated that
there was a great demand for a good
musician here, aud a choir-trainer, j
Mr. Bradley's testimonials aud refer
ences are of the best, but he had uot
a chauco of being heard here.
A. Bradley, i
Where and When Diffrtrent Denoml-
nations Worahlp on Sunday.
i Sunday after Christmas. St. An
I d row's Cathedral will have holy
I conimuuion at 0:30 a.m.; holy com
' munion (choral) at II; evensong
l (Hawaiian) at U !M); eveusoug ana
. sermon at 7:!U).
Ilev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor of ,
I at. Andrew s second congregation,
will conduct morning aud evening
i prayer with preaching at 0:15 and
The Methodist Church -Rov. H.
W. I'euk, pastor will hold services
at 11 a.m. aud 7.80 p.m. in Tracy's
Services will he held hy the Chris
tian Mission at 10:30 a.m. aud 7:30
p.m. iu the tent, I'alue Square.
Rev. Robert O Hulchius will
preach at Central Uuiou Church,
Congregational, at 11 a.m. aud 7:30
p.m. Sunday school, t):!5 a.m. Y.
P. S. 0. E., 15:30 p.m.
Latter Day Saints, Mililani hall,
rear of Opera House, liiblo class at
10; preaching, 11:15 a.m. and 0:30
Y. M. C. A., praise service nt G:5W
Catholic Cathedral Low masses,
0 aud 7; high mass, 10 a.m., native
aud Portuguese; roary aud cate
chism, 2 p.m.; Benediction M. 13.
Sacrament, -1 p.m.
Salvation Army Services through
out the day, hoginuiug at 7 a.m., at
Aro tho good qualities possessed by
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Above all it
purifies the blood, thus strengthen
ing the nerves; it regit In tet the di
gestive organs, invigorates the kid
neys and liver, tones and builds up
tho entire system, cures Scrofula,
Dypepsin, Catarrh and Rheumatism.
Got Hood's mid the only Hood's.
Hood's l'ills euro all liver ills,
bilioiiHiie.is, jaundice, indigestion,
sick hoaduuhe, 2;"o.
At Williams' Studio are to bo seen
Portraits ou Watuh Dials, which he
is making a specialty of, Lantern
Kilties for lecture by the set or
of the Very Finest ;!
n....i:j- i :.. c
vuiiiiLy Jin iiiiu win
j That you will do when J
you Bee them.
105 Fort 8treL
Christmas Cards !
Water Color Cards of
i i : AL80 t t t
Sond Boranthing Hawaiian to Your '
Friends Abroad. I
KING BROS.' ART STORE
H. W. Schmidt & Sons.
Coiltcor and Rs&l Estate - Agent
llousei Itontol. Hen's t'ollccted.
Olllcei Oniiinilns' lllock, Merchant Btreet,
PIANO FOR BALE.
A HANDSOME SQUARE 1'IANO IK
perfect comllt ou. brilliant tone, good
as any upright, and a quarter tho price.
To Immediate imiclmter. a bargain. Ad
dress "l'i no," Uullktin Olllco. Vl Gt
HOKEMEAD FOB, BALE.
A COTTAGE AND LOT
for sale. Inquire at
the Arlington llarber Bhop,
Hotel street. Ulo-lw
to let ut terminus of
U H, 11UAKIM1AK,
12WHI a :7 KIiik street.
.-..---. ! MMMMIM1M1 I- I 0 ,
BOOMS AND BOARD.
ROOMH AND IIOAKD
fur tt few iemons can bo
hud at llunlwul, ou the Wui
W. B. HAUTI.EIT.
TllltKK NICE MITBAT
Maklkl ut u llarmiln.
OOxl&Oeiuili. Will sell either
as n wholo or tupiiratcly
Cummins Hlock, Merchuul ritreot.
F'OU TWO OH THHKB
Years, it I'otluge (cen
trally located) of four
Itooms with Piiutrv and
Khi'hen utlauhed. Hiitlircom. Bernini's
uud Currlttgc-rooius and btiihlct ou tint
Promises, The House Is pmily lilted up
or iioiiiti'KfuiiiiK, nun iiiu tot win nu
divided oil' from the main yard bv n fence,
tlnod resHuklblu tenants are warned. In
ijulru at tho Uull.tis UUice, l'JJl-tf
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS
Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of tho Ililo Sugar Company, gives the follow
ing ; wonjlorful record of tho workiug of the NATIONAL OANE HHltfil)
llfclt, which was erected by their works ut tho commencement of the crop
"During the past wcok tho Ililo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
. for'1i0,r,rHcoll8 ty c,0!iK the 125 hours grinding witli an ou.putof 300J
V!;. T .' 8 '8 ""'' 10 l,crcml more than the best work of former years.
i Zl lhe. r!illur m,U boin8 20 in' y M '" ""', tho lwo rMtiT n1 3,) "
by GO in. Iho first mill doing this amount of work in nn officiant manner
and with groat cage, compared with work ou wholo cano, owing to thorough
preparation of the cane by tho Nutional Cauc Slircddcr, teccntly erected by
"And by Us use tho extraction has bcon increased from 3 percent to 5 per
cent on all kinds of cuno, and in eomocaeo80 percent has boon reached;
the average being 76 to 78 porcont, according to quality.
"I continue to find tho moguss from shredded cane better fuel than from
"The shredder has been working day and night for seven months and has
given mo entiro satisfaction, having shredded during Unit limo about sovnnty
thousand tons of cane, and a largo pari of it being hard raloons.
"The shredder and engino require very little care or attention."
Syrians and specifications of these Shtcddcrs may be seen at tho office of
WM. (1 IRWIN & CO.. LU
I. W. McCHESNEY & SONS
Offer for he Holiday Trade a Full Assortment of
General Urqccrics. Families who wish to buy
wholesale (by "the asc or original package) can
save money by calling on'uv. ' We t specially call
your attention to our large stock of tixlra Fine
Granulated Sugars in Barrels, Half Barrels and
Bags. Also a full assortment of Cutting's Extra
Fine Table Fruits at low jtriccs.
Ed. Holfschlatger & Co. :-:
"Household" Sewing Machines,
Hand StwlnB Midlines, with ill tbe Utsl Improieajpnli.
Wcsiermiyer's College Pianos.
Parlor Organs, Gollirs, and otasr Instruments.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
Mutual Telephone Go.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
Meeting of this Company held .Nov.
Huh, lB'JI, the following Uilluerx were
elected for tho euinlng yean
Win. O. Irwin President
Cecil Drown Vice-Proldeut
'sXf&SSrs w-. ak:
At Directors' meeting of Nov. 'JO, 16!)l,
ui.dor the lly-laws of the Company, fur
ther elections were made us follows: ,
J. F. Drown Secretary
Uodfrey Urown Treasurer
CO. Heritor Auditor
J. V. HIIOWN,
lllO-lro BecreUtiy Mutual. Tel. Co.
M. T. DONJNELli,
AND 80LK BtANUrAOTOREB
New PiteoiedPoi Strainer,
AV All Orders or Communication!
adiireksed to E. O. Hall it Bon, L'd.,
(who have them on bale), or to M. T.
Donuell, will receive prompt attcutiou.
People's Baggige Express
WILL OALL ANY PAIIT OF THE
City for UAUUAOK. All Haugage
received by us will be handled with care
and dispatch. Waggons will bo on the
Wharf to meet all Foreign aud Inter
Island Steamers. Moving Pianos aud
Furniture a specialty. Olllce United
Carriage Co. and Livery Htables, corner of
King and Fort Btruets, next to E O. Hall
JiBon. iinm leiepnouesiu.
1IW am M. T. MAHBHALL.
A. fcixxilly Hotel.
Pfr Day $ 2
Per Week yi2
BI'KCIAL MONTHLY BATKU.
The Uest ol AtlHudance, iheHetriituatiun
and the Finest Meals in the City,
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
NT. F. BTJILCa-HSSS
Issgnln prepared to tepair (j
Bpriiikleis, Water Taps, et".
utid all kinds of Tools sbaryei
, Haw Filing
i uud all kinds of Tools shsrveued. luc ltd-
in Dsrriug Knives ami Bcistors: i.awn
, .Mowerin pi'cm'n : aio netiing tuass; in
i (not Mli kinds of Jobbing. Worn called for
and returned King up I'll Mutusl Telo-
phoiiu any time lelor II a. m. II7UU
!a TAniTPM Minufaclurer of Fancy
I At UAUUEill. Wrought Iron Fences
for Hurial 1a)1, Jleslduuues, (Jurdeus, Hal.
coulos, etc Union street, ueany opposite
I Hall Tuner. lifo-U
OF THE HAWAIIAN I8LAND8,
if 4nt tt It,, Unti-nUnn .fn..
For Christman and New Year !
LIyij Tii.kys, Gtese & Gbickeos
Kalihi Poultry Ranch
All Ponltrr from the above Ranch
are Fat aud lrm Fed on Urainand Fresh
' 8ei d orders for anv deanrlnilnn nf
I'ouitry Alive, or Killed ami Dressed.
California Fruit Market,
Corner King aud AUkea Bis.
Mutual Telephone 378.
HOP H1NG & CO
MH HOTEL BTHKKT
Wholesale Dealers In
LiQDors anil Manila Cigars
Geieral Chinese Mercnanilie
aoen as -
Mil Oils, llice, Matting,
Chinese Bilks, Teas, KUs.
Eagliab aari Aaiericaa Qreoartaa
Hy Every Coast Hteamer.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
WILL ATTEND TO-
MaruuteseDt awl Sale ol Proptm
Cellectlng 1b All Its BraaohM.
Ornoa. No. 4'i Merchant Btreet.
Cement Sidewalks &c Ora
nite Curbing Laid.
Khtlmat. s given ou all kinds ol
miNK.CONUHKTK A 1'I.ABTKH WOHK
coHimsTs ersiuLT -"BM
JOHN F. BOWLEH.