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Ordway & Porter
llotol Street, "Robinson Block."
Beg to announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of Xcw Goods, such as Carved Oak Bed
room Sets, Jlattan and Wicker Ware made up
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 rt4f
Pioneer Furniture House
HJST-A.BLISI3E1D 1 S0.
New Goods ! Latest Designs 1 Largest Stock ! I
HOI, ID OAK HKDllOOM BKTU,
BOFAB, LOUNOK8, WAKDKOUK8,
MIKltOHS, MOULDINOB, RTO., KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Tor Koll of Id Yards, IliMW. I
And a Pino Quality for $9 per Roll. '
Headquarters for Baby Carriages 1
! Pianos ior Rent I Chairs ior Rent I
! Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76. j
; WILLIAMS BROS.
f (Sucressors to 0. K. William.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
' 411 NUUANU STKEKl.
iiurttr aid Dealer ii lloropeai Dry ail Fancy Goods
1 jil lea' Wares of every description. AIho, fresh line of Chinese Goods.
Pongee & "Wliite Sills. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
CW Fit Guaranteed. Prices Moderate. -J
i" 3-u.t.iia.l Telephone 642-w
IllI'OKTKIi AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Fresh Galtfornia Roll Batter and Island Batter
floi Goods Received by Ever; Steamer from San Framxsco
gW All Ordera faithfully attend to. Hatlsfantion Kliarauteerl lilaml Urilnri
nllniled and packed with care,
Lincoln .Block, Kino Struct, Ret. Fuiit and Alaska St.cktd.
BOTH TBI.KI HONKH 240
I Importers, Wholesale
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
fresh Goods by Btery California Stoamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
Islands Ouneas Solicited. jg 0T Satisfaction Odarantckd.
H. E. MolNTYRE & HRO.,
mrOBTKIU AMD OICAtCKS ID
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Naw ((xxl lUoelTeil by Kvery Packet from the KaaWrn Btates anil Kurope
fTKKNH CALIFORNIA"- PRODUCE -"by". EVKRY STEAMKU
All Ontvn faltnfitlly attended
lfart ol thh
jilLAMO 0DiB SOUOITSU.
JIABT COUNKU fOU'i
p ii wijc vn
ALWAYS ON HAND jm
P O KlIX W7
iS Retail ton
V. II HOX Mft
to and Uooilt DellYsred ui nt
AND KINO BTUKKT8.
Four great requisites of
Men's "Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
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
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 fort Stroot
L. B. KERR'S
I IIAVK JUST KKCKIVKI) A
LAltGK AB80KTMKNT OK . .
and Latest Styles.
TMK8K GOODS Willi. UK 801.1) IN
ANY QUANTITY FROM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Salt I
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERIt, - Impoutku.
Real Estate and Loans
Thu enlargement of the LOAN Market
whsIo eovr the want and nrrcoiliit'i of
the large number of honorable people who
are not owners ot unincumbered Heal
Kstatc was one. of the most iieccinry iimo
vatlous of rorent wip. To many It has
meant relief from preying olalnn at thu
very time when most csM-ntlal. Wlit-ti
properly and honorably conducted this
uuluess is of tipially great ImpnrtHUcu
and valuo to tlio coinnmnlty as ilulldlng
and I-oan Associations havu proved them
selves to be.
The Hawaiian Iuvestuieut Co.
Makes a epeclalty of Negotiating hi id Pro
curing l.uuusfr llorrowtrs wliti are un
ulilo to discount their Nixes at the Hanks
and who do not cmo to obligate them
selvus to Kiniu friond or acquaintance hy
asking his endorsements to their .Note.
This Company will make Loans upon
Household Furniture, l'lanos. Organs,
Horses, .Mules, Wilsons, Carriages and
Personal Property without removing die
I l'roperty from the llorrowor's possession
and all liuaiucs will he conducted on a
STRICTLY CONTIDKM'IaL RAtilS.
Tfle Hawaiiaa IavuBtmont Co.,
Gknuiial Real Estate Agents,
13 and 15 Knalminanu Slrtets,
(N.ar l'ubl Office )
' Notary Public. Mutual Telephone 639.
IN THK CIRCUIT CO PUT OK TJIK
First Circuit. Hawaiian Inlands. F.
AUGUST HiMUt vs. 1IAL1HN1 IIOI'K.
The Kepublio of Hawaii: To the Marshal
of the Hawaiian inlands, or Ills Deputy,
You are commanded to Summon llalhiul
Dock, defendant, Incase she shall tile writ
ten answer wit bin twenty doysaf lor service
hereof, to be and appear lie fore the Clnult
Court at thu November term tin reof, to be
liolduu at Honolulu, Inland of Oului, on
MONDAY, the Mb day of November next,
at ten o'clock a m,, to hhow raiibu why the
claim of F. August Ilouk, plaintill', should
not bo awarded to him pursuant to the
tenor of his annexed petition.
And have you then there this writ with
full return of jour proceedings thereon.
Witness Hon. W. A. WHIT1N0.
l'lrst Judttu of thu Circuit
Court of the First Circuit at
Honolulu, this lLKh day of
OKOKOK 1.UCA8, Clerk.
I rmtify tlio fori'KoliiK to bo a truueopy
of thu odi;liial siimnions in tald cansu,
and that said Court ordered publication ot
tho saino and continuance of paid cause
until the next February term of this Court.
UKOlttfK I.UOAB Clerk.
ilonohilu, Nov. l!0, IbJI. UU.'-lit
016 FOUT BTltKBT,
Will Bull Ills Entire Btouk of
Boots & Shoes
At nnd Ilelow Cost Price, comprlaliiK
Riding, Our Eureka Boots,
Faring! 's and Robber Boots.
Also a variety of
.Men's, I.aiiius1 and Cjiii.mils h
SHOES & SLIPPERS I
NOTI0K IS HKHKIIY OIVKN THAT
all claims aKalust the Criterion Ba
loon will be settled by Sir. Jas. V. Mor
gan, and nil outstaudint! accounts due the
Criterion Saloon and thu jobbing house of
L. II. Dee up to the above data ure payable
to .Mr. U II. Deo. All bills iiKnlnsl L II.
Dee please present Immediately for pay.
nlont. , , I., n. DKK.
Honolulu, Oct. 3, 18DI, U52-3M
15 Ik gJnUy piiHrUn.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, IM'G
NEW YEAU'S EVE WEDDING.
TJndor John A Guuiinlns' Hospitablo
Koot Splendid ArrangomontH. j
Charles Wallace Booth autl Eliza- '
both Uakur woro married on Now ,
Year's Evo, by Hov. Alosaudnr Mack
iutosh, at tho resitlenco of John A.
CntnmitiB, l'awaa. Tho coromony
was privato to tho family and tho
most intimato friends, but a recep
tion was given afterward which was
Decorations woro in beautiful
stylo. A canopy of Swiss muslin
trimmed with maiden hair forns was
erected in a corner of tho parlor. It
, had at its outor margin a wetuimg
. boll of marguerites wit It a lily for
a tongue, and ropos of tuberoses
i leading to tlio top. The piano was
I buried under a bed of fores studded
with hundreds of white oleanders.
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Utiwiliiu JHt(p ttuiu ii.eii .in uii.uui;a
and portieres, and (lowers abounded
everywhere. Tho spacious grounds
were illuminated with torches along
tho carriage ways and footpaths, i
and the large music pavilion in '
which tho band was stationed glow-1
etl witn mauv laniDs. inreo larco i
kahilis and a bust of the late King
Kalakaua were among the ornaments
of tho reception room.
Tho couple stood beneath the
cauopy to bo married ami to hold
tlioir reception, d. J. uarier, .ir.,
i was best mau. There was no brides
maid. Tho brido looked lovely
drcsod in white surah silk trimmed
with lilies of the valley, and wearing
, tho usual veil.
I A splendid feast was laid out in
' tho lanai and managed by J. V.
I Chapman, whoso skill in that lino is
! unsurpassed. After tho company
had all ironu forward to present their
i congratulations, thoy woro invited
, into the lanai for the supper. Chain-
; paguo ami light wine punch woro
'served around, and the olliciating
clergyman in a felicitous manner
proposed the health of tlio couple.
Thou the bride stuck a knife in the
' bridescako in observance of tho an-
eiont custom of "cutting the cake."
Tho cake was a beautiful object,
I decorated in K. Horn's best stylo.
The Hawaiian National band play
ed nearly all night in the pavilion,
i being feasted to their hearts' con
' tent in intermission. There was
' some dancing in tho parlor, but
many of tho guests retired early to
attend the great ball at Independ
ence Park. It was well on in tho
now )ear when the couple with their
, intimate friends left for the bride
1 groom's homo in Pauoavalloy. Tho
baud played and sang "Alolia Oe"
at their departure, the vocalists
standing in line near the main en
i trance. R'co was showered on tho
Among these present were .Mrs.
SI. Brown, Sirs. C. K Brown, Sir.
and Sirs. Frank Drown, Sir. and Sirs.
John L' Bowler, Sirs, and Sliss
Brickuood, Sir. II. Berger, Sir. and
' Sirs. J. SI. Baker, Sir. and Sirs. Geo.
C. Beokloy, Sir. and Sirs. J. II. Boyd,
Sirs. Chas. Bteuig, Sir. and Sirs. T.
P. Cummins, Dr. C. 13. Cooper, Sir.
i and Sirs. K. S. Ctiuha, Sir. mid Sirs.
Horace Crabbe, the Slisses David
, son, Sir. and Sirs. II. Davidson, Sir.
and Sirs. S. SI. Damon, Sir. Walter
Dillingham. Sir. ami Sirs. B. F. Dil
lingham, Sir. and Sirs. A. Fernan
dez, Sir. and Sirs. William Foster,
Sirs. Chas. T. Oulick, Sir. ami Sirs.
W. SI. Graham, Sir. E. GilTard, Cap
1 tain H. C. Houdlette, Sir. J. W.
Jones, Prince David Kawauauakoa.
Prince J. K. Kalauianaole, Sir. ami
Sirs. J. K. Kaulia, Sir. and Sirs. II.
Lewis, Sirs. Jas. Lmou, Sir. D.
Logan, Sir. and Sirs. L. J. Levey,
Sir. J. SI. Slonsarrat, Dr. Murray,
Sir. Harry Slist, Sir. H. 13. Slcln
tyre, SlUs Agnes SIclntyre, Sir. L.
1 Slarshall, Kev. and Sirs. Alexander
Slrtckintosh, Sir. St. -Martin Slackiu
, tosh, Sir. autl Sirs. J. A. Slagoou,
Sir. ami Sirs. Carl Slett, Dr. Slc
Gottigau, Sir. and Sirs. Goo. W.
, Slacfarlaue, Mr. E. C. Slucfarlane,
Sir. Paul Neumann, Sir. and Sirs.
I Sam Nowlein, Sliss Lucy Peabody,
I Sir. aud Sirs. J. V. Robertson, tho
I Slisses Uobortsoii, Sir. W. L. Stan
ley, Sir. Armstrong Smith, Sir. W.
Jas. Smith, Sir. and Sirs. Taylor,
Captain aud Sirs. Tripp, Sirs. F.
Vida, Sir. Frank Villa, Sliss vim
Holt, tho Slices Walker, Sir. ami
Sirs. T. B. Walker, Sir. aud Sirs. 11.
A. Wiilomann, Slossrs. W. and S. G.
Wilder. Sir. Thus. 13. Wall, Sirs.
Young Hnwaiiuns Eutortalu.
Tho metntiers of the Young Hu
wniiaus' Institute kept open house
on New Year's eve. It was also tho
birthday of tho vice-president, V. J.
Coelho. Tho hall was decorated
and a number of visitors were entor
taiueil. Yesterday afternoon a luau
was given at tho residence of Henry
Smith, president, to which tho insti
tute was invited. Over eighty per
sons sat down to a sumptuous spread.
Everyone present voted the lay-out
as one of the nicest they hail over
sat ilowu to. In the evening the Y.
ii". I. sang at the Y. M. C. A. hall.
A native named Nawai dropped
dead at Waialao early yostorday
inoriiing. Marshal Hitchcock was
notiiiod and l)r. Cooper went to the
place ami examined the body. It
was found that death was from
dropsy. Nawai was over sixty years
of age anil had been blind for years.
Ho lived in a lonoly cabin with a
I Chamberlain's Ciuifjh Hemody is
I famous for its euros of bad colds. It
opens the secretions, relievos tho
luns ami aids nature in restoring
tho system to a healthy condition.
If freoh usoil as soon as tho cold has
boon contracted, anil before it has
1 become settled in tho system, it
greatly lessens tho seventy of the at-
taulc and has often cured in a single
I day what would have boon a severe
i cold. For sale by all dealers. lion-
j sou, Smith A; Co., Agouts for ilnwai-
I iau Islands,
of the Very Finest
Quality put into our
' That you will do when
you hoc them.
will tell you I
It is the
I'Ott sai.i: HY THK
H0LLISTER DRUG CO, L'D,
Auents for Hie Hawaiian Island)..
Ceraont Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
CMIiiihUh Klveti on nil kinds ol
sTONIC.i'ONlliKTK 1'l.AHTKlt WOKK
lOM'BKTr A Hl'KCIALTI -lj
JOHN F. BOWLER
Colli cor - and Ral Estate - Agent
I IIoiisch Itcntot, lion's Collected.
Ollli'Pt Ciiinnilns' Hlook, Mureliant Street,
tilt!) I ni
PIANO FOR SALE.
AHANDriOMK SQUAItK PIANO IN
perfect condition, hr lllant lone ood
us any uprlt;ht, anil a (iitarter thu tirlee.
To Iniin-ilDiifl .-urcliiner, a bargain. Ail.
dresH "l'l.no." IIui.i.ktin Olllcu. 1221-Ut
HOMESTEAD FOU SALE.
At'OTTAUB AND LOT
for salu. Inquire at
thuAriuiKiou llarlier Shop.
Hotel street. 1215-hv
L1 lo lei at tiriuluus of
u i1.. mi a in i a i ,
12i-tf 3't7 KIiik street.
H00M8 AND BOARD.
OOO.M8 AND IIOAKD
IV for a fuw permits c
had at Ilaninal, on the 'tt-pKii
klki beach. 1''-
W B. II A UT I.IHT,
rplIHKK NICK LOTS AT
1 MaUIki ut a lNrualn.
OOxIWuiuIi. Will Mill ofther
as a whole or boparately
Cuuiuilus lllock, Merchant Btiect.
"PUIILIO NOTIOK IS HKltKHY (IIVBN
JL that I hau this day executed a full
power of attorney to M F. Clt NDKLL
to collect runts, make leasHs, and transact
all my business both In my own private
capacity and of that known as thu IhihIius
ol Jiowt-etl iVftumner, unn imvu levnKfil all
former powers of attorney kIvuii hy mo far
them purposm J K. SPMNKlt.
Honolulu, Deo. '.'0, 1S1II.
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
tyfriif Doclatt fur Chronic,
Dr Lloblu's Iiivluoratur the greatest ro
medy for Hcmlnal Weakness, Loss of Man
hood and Private Diseases, overomes Pre
maturcuuss and prepared all for marriage
life's duties, pleasures aud responsibilities;
$1 trial bottle given or sent free to any one
describing symptoms; call or address 100
Geary St., private entrance -H Mason St.,
Ban Francisco. 1113-33 ly
i 105 Fort Street. j
20 lbs. W
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
SJC7EK!r . PWT
JM .fffil- iJGT VS A
Sir. John A. Scott, Sliinacer of the
Mng wonderful record of tlio working
Jii'.K, which was elected by their works .it the commencement of the crop
just harvested :
" During the past week tho Hilo Hugur
its former recouls by closing lln Vlh
ions. 1 Jni is Hilly 1U pctceiil more lliiui the nest work of former years.
"Thu three roller mill being '!( in. hy 51 in. nnd the two roller mill 30 in.
hy (() in. 'I ho first' mill doing this iimouul of work in an cllicient manner
and with great oatto, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of tho ouno by tho National Cane Shredder, lecenlly orccttd by
"And by its use tho extraction has been increased from II percent to 5 per
cent on all kinds of cane, aud in some cases 80 percent lias been reached;
thu average being 75 to 78 potccnl, according to quality.
"I continue to II ml thu megUHS from shredded cane belter fuul than from
"The shredder has been working day and night for seven months and has
given mo entire satisfaction, having Hhrcdded during that dime about seventy
thousand tons of cane, and a large puit of it being hard ratoons.
"Tlio shredder and engine require very little care or attention."
Cl'laiiH and specifications of these Shtedders may lie ecen ut the ollicc of
WM. G IRWIN & CO.. L'1.
I. W. IcCHESNEY
Offer for the Holiday Trade a FnH Assortment of
General Groceries. Families who wish to buy
wholesale (by the case or original package) can
save money by calling on us. Wc csptcittlly call
your attention lo our large, slock of Extra Fine
Granulated Sugars in Barrels, Half Barrels and
Bags. Also a full assortment of Cutting's Extra
Fine Tabic Fruits ul low prices.
Ed. Httifschlaeger & Co.
Household" Sewing Machines,
llauil SfWlug Uacblues, wlib all tlie httest lir.prnveiuetils.
Westermayer's Cottage Planus.
Parlor Oigans, Guitars, and ottier Instrumeats.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
Mutual Telephone Go.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOUUNKI) ANNUAL
Meeting ol this Company held Nov.
lUth, IS'.)I, the following Ullloern were
elected for the ensuing year:
Win. Q. Irwlu President
Cecil lirowu Vlce-1'rcsldeut
James Campbell, Qodfiuy Drown. II. A.
Widemaun, J. h lirowu and V. K
At Directors' mcctlliR of Nov. 1!0, 181)1,
I uiider the lly-laws of the Company, fur
ther eltctlons wuru made as follows:
J. lirowu Becrulary
uodfrey llrown Treasurer
. CO. llertjur Auditor
i J. K. llltOWN,
UKl-lm Becretary .Mutual. Tel. Co.
M. T. DONJS'ELI.,
PATKNTKK AND SOLE UASUKADTUIttn
New Pateated Poi Strainer
All Orders or Coinmnnlcntlonu
adtlressed to K O. 11 ill &, Sou, 1A1.,
(who have them on sale), or to M. T.
Donuell. will receive prompt attention.
People's Baggaga Express
WILL OALL ANY l'AUT OF THK
City for IIAUUAOK. All HatHaKe
received by us will be handled with care
I and dispatch. Wagons will be on thu
Wharf to meet all Forulnu and Inter
1 Island Bteamers. Moving 1'ianos aud
Furniture a specialty. Olllce United
1 Carrlao Co. and Livery Stables, corner ot
i KiiiKand Fort Htreots, next to K O. Hull
I -t Hon. lloth lelephoties'.'-'O.
i UbOUm M. T. MAHSHALL.
A Family Hotol.
lr Day i!
Per Week jfu
BI'KCIAI. MONT1II.V RATKS,
1 The Pest of Atteudhiice, thu Ilei-t Bltuatlon
and the Finest .Meals in the City.
T. KR0USC, -
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
1ST. F. BTjnFLQ-iEJSS
Is again prepared to lopiir Oirden Hot,e,
Bprlnkleis, Watur Taps. etc. baw Filing
and all kinds of Tools slmrjened, includ
ing Curving Knives huh BcUorsi Iiwu
.loert a Miccla. tt : alno Setliug (llass: In
factal. kinds of Jobbing. Work called lor
and returned Hing up r,l M.itualTela.
phono any time before II a. m. U7l)tl
AJA0IIEN Jlaiinfaclururof Fancy
. UilUUIill, Vn.Kht Iron Funoes
lor llurial Lots, Itusidunces, Gardens, llul
con us, eta. Union itrcot, near.y opposite
Uell Tower. ' UT6-U
Hilo Hiiuur (umnituv. ics the follow-
of tin NATIONAL UANIO SI1KED-
Company's mill exceeded any of
hours grinding witli uu ouittil of I100J
Christmas Cards !
Water Color Caris of
: : : ALSO : : :
Soud Somothtnp Hnwnilnn to Your
KING BROS.' ART STORE
HOP HING &CO.,
W I10TKL, BTUKKT
Wholesale Dealers in
Liqaors and Manila Glprs
General Chinese Merchandise
till Oils, Uice, Matting,
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Ku .
Bugliuh aat) Amoricao QrocHrim
lly Kvery Coast Htenmej.
MUTUAL TKLKl'HONK 147.
- WILL ATTKND TO -
tiHnagemom and Hale ol Propnrt)
Collecting in All Its Branches.
Orriuvi No. VI Merchant Street.
MUTUAL TCLEPIIOITE 3 SO