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Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Kobinson Block."
7rf o announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak Bed
room Sets, Italian and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the
very lahst dcsitjns; Dining Boom Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a spcciall;. Also a fresh hi of
Porlicr Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
ARTISTIC
House Furnishers
Bell 525 -TELEPHONES Mi'ti.ai, 45
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods ! Latest Designs I Largest Stock !'
HOI. II) OAK ItKDROOM BETS,
BOKA8, LOUNGES, WARDRORKS.
MIltKOKS, MOUMMNG8, KTO., KTO.
Special FeatureNo. 1 White Seamless Matting
t'er Koll of 10 Yards, fi'J.dO.
And a Fine Quality for $9 por Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent i
Bell 179, TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
WILLIAMS BROS.
IBueressors to 0. K. Williams.)
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
G-OO KLUtC,
HI NUUANU STKKK'l.
Importer and Dealer in European Ury and Fancy Goods
ladies' Wures ol every cle-erljitfon. Also, tresh line ot Olilnebe Goods.
Pongee & "Wliite SilK Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings !
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepo Shawls, Etc.
3iLErLOK3SrT T.ILOR,I3STC3-.
tW Kit Guaranteed. I'rices Moderate. -O
ig" Ml-m-t-ga.! TelejDlion 642"i
rai.Hi'iioNii U9-
C11AS. UUSTACE.
IMPOHTKU AND DEALEU IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Batter
0- ALWAYS ON HAND J0
loi Goods Kecalved Dy fiver; Steamer from San Francisco
AJ1 Orders faithfully
attend to
allotted ana packed wltn care.
Linooln Rlook, Kino Stiiret,
BOTH THI.BI'MONKH iW
LEWIS
in trouT
Importers, Wholesale
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Good by Evory California Steamor.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
Islands Obdkbs Solicited. jhC " Satisfaotiom Gdabantkkd.
TMUHHIIONB
H. E. McIJVTYKE & BRO.,
IHrOBTCBS AKD
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New Good Kecelyed by Every Packet from tbe Kaatern Butes and Knroix
rUiCHH CALIFORNIA - PRODUOE - BY. EVEKY STEAMKB
All Order
faithfully attended
I'art of the
LAMP ObOIES SOUCITKD.
JIABT OOltNBJI K01U
-H O WOC KTS
HntiHfaclton KtmratiieKd
I liana tinier.
Bet. Fort and Alakea Htbkcts
-H O ItOX W7
& CO..
STREET.
if Retai
an urocers
P. O HOX MS
DBALBU I
to and
tioode Delivered to en
Ulty I
KK1CK.
AM
SATIflrAOTIOM OOAHAKTMa
KINO BTUBKTH.
CHIC !
STYLE !
FINISH !
QUALITY
Four great requisites of
Men's "Wearing Apparel to
be found in nil tbe Suits
made by JohtiBton fe 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
made by
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort, Stroot
L. B. KERR'S
ANNOUNCEMENT!
I HAVK JUST UKC'KIVKD
LA ROE ASSORTMENT OK .
Fine Suitiiiiis,
Elegant Patterns,
ami Latest Styles.
THESE GOODS Wll.l,
ANY (JUANTirY
UK HOLD
FROM A
100 Yards Dov to Enough
to Make a SiDale SnitI
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. IvEKlt, - Imi'oktkk.
QUKKN HTKKKT.
Real Estate and Loans
Tlio uiilnrKi'inunt of tlm LOAN Market
Miiiixto covrrtliH wants and in'ceifiili of
the liirn nuiiibur of liuiionible 'iilf w lie
aru not owners of uiiliivilinlivred liial
Kttato wiuoiiHot the mutt iiecesHHry Inno
1 vatlons uf recent jeura. To ninny It has
meant relief from pressing claims at the
very time when most essential. When
properly and honorably conducted this
I uuslnuss l of (ipially urcat liiiixirtniu'e
I aud value to the community as lliilldlii
i nud loan Ansouiatlons liuo proved them
selves to he.
'Tbe HawaiidQ Investraeat Go,
Males a specialty of Ncotlutlii nud i'ro
LMirliiK lmns fir Hiirroiwrs who are un
able to discount tlielr Notes at tbe Hanks
and who do not cure to obligate tbem
eelves to romii friend or aciiiiaiiitauce b
ankliie; liia eiulorscnicnt.s to their Note.
This I'ompnny will make Loans upon
Household Furniture, i'ianos. Organs,
llor.us, Mules, Waeons, Carriages and
Personal J'rop-rty without rcmoviiiK ihe
i Property from llio Hummer's postebxion,
and all business will be conducted nun
aTltlOTl.Y I'O.NKlUKM'lAli HA8I8.
Too Hawaiian IaveBtinent Co.,
Gknkiial i:al Estate Aoexts,
13 mid 15 Kanhuninnu Btrtets,
(N ar l'ubt Omce )
Notary Public. Mutual Telephone G39.
CURIS. GEIl'I
r
o,
015 FORT bTUBKl",
Will Bell 1! n Kntlre Stoek of
Boots & Shoes
At ami llelow Cost i'rice, coiiipritiliiK
Riding, Oar Eurcki Boots,
l ' Farmer's and Rabbor Booti.
Also a variety of
Mk.s'h, Ladies' ami Ciiii.iniKs'a
SHOES & SLIPPERS I
1210-ltit
THE ARLINGTON
A. Family Hotel,
IVrllay $ 2
1'er Week 12
Bt'KL'IAl. MONTHLY RATKH.
The Beat of Attendance, the Ileet Situation
and the Fluent Mealu in the Olty.
T. KR0USE1 .... Proprietor.
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
1ST. F. BXjitOEISS
( DKiiln prenarod to tepalr (I irilin Hose,
Bprltikleru, Water Tupn, et". faw Kllinx
and all kinds of Tools ulmryened. Iiiultnl-
Iiik ('nrviiiK Knives hii.i ocinhors; l.uwn
wunvi. n ..!.. ir, , riuu un.vlli uin0 ill
fact ali kinds of jobbing. Work called for
and rt turned Hiiir uji 152 Mutual Tele
phono any time before U a. u. 117t)tf
U n. u u . ...info . . alnnQnlllli,illa..l l.i
OHITEUION SALOON.
NOTIOK IB IIKUKDY Q1VKN THAT
all claims uKalnst the (Criterion Sa
loon will be settled by Mr. Jus. 1 Mor
Kan, and all outstanding accounts duo the
Criterion Bnloon and the jobbing house of
L. II, Oee up to the above date are payable
to Mr. L. II. Deo. All bills aKlnst L H.
Dee please present immediately for pay.
ment. L. n. I)BK.
Honolulu, Oct. 3. 1KSVI. II&2-H111
AT AnTTPIkT Manufacturerof Fancy
. UAIIUIJil. Wrought Iron Fences
for Uuriul Ixits, Residences, Gardens, Bul
coulee, eto. Union utreet, nearly opposite
Bell Toner. U76-ti
ulic ni gBMiUtin.
THUHSDAY, JAN. 3, IKWi
TIME WILL TELL.
Tho Entering Wodgo of tho Kovlving
American Morclmnt Mnrltio.
"It soouib that tho St. Louis and
St. Paul, which tho groat Cramp firm
is building, will not bo such high
llyors as tuoy woro givou out to bo
by thoso hairbraiuod enthusiasts
across tlio pond who have Cramp on
tho brain. It will appoar that tho
Lucauia aud Campania aro ahead of
tho requiromonts of tho limos, and
coust-quontly it is dosirablo to lick
thorn. Tlioroforo tho St. Louis and
St. Paul aro to run in consort with
tho Now York and Pans, as thoso
IIIU ilUH J.Win lllltl A MIIO( T
vwwls are nuito fast ohoiikIi.
the St. Louis ami St. Paul aro
lint
to bo
'luxuriously fitted up.' Evidently
tho auks aro drawing in tnoir horns
a bit, like tho Irish bulls whoso horns
aro so big that thoy cannot got out
of tho country."
Tho above is from Fairplay, Lon
don, Kng. and shows tho jealousy
existing abroad over tho building of
the now American greyhounds. As
time rolls on Fairplay will como to
the conclusion that "Cramp on tho
brain" is a glorious thing (for Amer
icans) to bo atllictod with. Our Eng
lish friends have admitted that in
many respects our crack war vessels
built by Vni. Cramp fc Sons excel
those of Great Britain. If this firm
can build a 21 knot cruiser, it cer
tainly can turn out fast transatlantic
liners, which fact will bo demon
strated in a few mouths. Some of
our foreign exchanges would have it
appear that the at. Louis and bt.
Paul are iuteuded to beat tho records
of tho Campania and Lucauia. This
would bo nbiurd, as thoy havo not
near tho power of tho English liners.
There is one thing, however, they
will put Johnny bull's subject to
thinking of what is to follow in tho
near future. Tho St. Loui, which
was launched on tho 12th inst., is an
i entering wedge in the revival of our
merchant marine. Her launching
was of national interest. She was
built on American plans, by Ameri
can mechanics and of American
materials. A mi icnn .S'ui'uhMi r.
PAH&PF1NE PAINT CO.
Its Exhibit at tho Midwinter
Fair
was Noteworthy.
Tho following nicntinn is in mid in
n tratlo JDtirnnl of tint J'nraHinu I'.tinl
Co.'s nihiliit at tlio Midwinter Fair
Our wharf liinlilor.s ini'ht inaku a
nolo of it. V. G. Irwin fc Co. aro
tho local drouth:
''A iiool ma for toroilo-oaton
wood hat l)cin found by tho 1'araf
lino I'aint Coinpaiiy, in tltut'ontrtii'
lion of its booth at tho Midwintor
Fair. Ar tho products of this Com
pany aro maiiiifiictniod moro for tico
than show, an exhibit of them would
not atlntuLtlio attontion of tho pub
lic that thoy dcorvo; eoiiKomiontly,
it was nocchsary to havo tlio snr
roiindiiiKfl as unitpiu as possiblo.
This has bcun accompli.shod by
bnildinj,' tho booth almost ontiroly
out of material taken from tho
whnrvos on tho city front. Tho
oHeut has boon so successful that
hundreds of visitors daily stop to
adiniro it. In contract with this
torodo-oaton timber aro shown pilos
prutoctud with 1. A: IJ. I'ilo Cover
ing that havo boon exposed in tho
bay for a period of nearly nino years,
and aro in perfect condition. Among
the P. & H. products on exhibition
in tho booth aro Building Papers,
Insulating Papers, Fruit Diving
Papers, Hoofing and Pile Covering,
as well as Preservative Paints and
Insulating Compounds.
''P. A: II. products hao received
medals wherever exhibited, and it is
, believed that their merits will bo
recognized by the Commit tee of
Awards at tho Midwintor Fair."
I Tho Emperor nud tho f-nilor.
I A story is giiK tlm rounds to tlio
olleut that tlio Gtiriuan Empitror
j purpotratud a gootl-inittirod joko tlio
otlior day. As tho Einporor was
stopping on hoard his yai'ht, so tho
1 story goos, ho was mot hy a sailor
iianiod Joorg, who had in his hand
a limy of hyor, which ho was carrying
j into tho oflicurs' cabin. Tho Km
! puror was vorj much aimtsod at tho
dibcoiulituro of tho poor follow, who
did not know at first what to do,
1 aud who finally salutod tho Km-
I ptiror, holding tlio boor mug con-
vulRivoly against tho suam of his
brooohos. Tho Einpororstoppod up
1 to tho sailor, and addrossod him
most amiably. "Sim-, Joorg, you
j havo douo that vory stuoidly. I will
show on how 0110 should bohavo in
1 bucIi a situation. Go up and iuiagiuo
, that you aro tho Empuror, aud 1
shall bo tho sailor Joorg." Tho poor
follow did not daro to romoustrato;
ho had to como 011 board by tlio lin-
oorial gangway, aud tho Emporor
iiiiaiu mot linn iiciow 111 lus now
rolo of a sailor with a boor mug.
Whoa ho saw Joorg, tho Empuror
atToctod somo ombarrassmoiit, but
ho thou rained tho glass to his
lips, omptiud it complotoly, put it
down 011 tho ship's lodge, and thou
mado his saluto. "Do you sco,
Joorg? That is tho way it must bo
dono. Now, rouioiubor, and now go
bolow aud toll thorn to givo you an
otlior glass of boor, aud ono for 1110,
too. If thoy (juostion you, just toll
thorn that 1 said bo, aud that thoy
should uot bo angry, for tho boor
was boautifully frushand tasted vory
good." Jixchawje.
Cliamborlain's Cough W inody is
famous for its euros of bad colds. It
opuns tho siiorotioiis, roliovos tlio
lungs aud aids uaturo in restoring
tho systom to a healthy ooiiditiou.
If froolj uod as soon as tho cold has
boon uoiitractjpd, and boforo It has
bocomo suttlod hi tho systom, it
groatly lessons tho sovorityof tho at
tack and has of ton cuiod ia a single
day what would havo boon a sovoro
cold. For salt) by all doalors. Hon
sou, Smith A Co,, Agents for Hawai
ian Islands.
If your subioription has expired now
U a good time to renew it.
Everything
of the Very Finest
Quality put into our
Ladies'
$2.50
Kid Patent
Tip Oxford
Tie Shoes
EXCEPT FEET.
; That you will do when ;
'ou see them.
Mclnerny
Shoe
FOR 8AI.B BY THK
HOLLISTER .DRUG CO, L'D,
Au'Mits for lltu Hawaiian IslnudH.
Mutual Telephone Go.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till: ADJOURNED ANNUAL
McctliiKof tills Company held Miv.
ItJtli, lb'.H, tho rollowliiK OlllccrH were
elected for tho ousuiiiK year:
Win. O. Irwin President
Cecil ilrovMi Ylcc-l'renidi'Ut
DIUKCTOIW.
Jamci Campbell, Qodfroy Brown, II. A.
Widemauii. J. F. Brown ami W. F.
Allen
At Directors' meet-lUK of Nov. 'JO, 181)1,
under the By-luws of the Company, fur
ther electiuiis were made as follows:
J. F. Brown tiecretary
uodf rey Bi ow n Treiiiurur
O.O. Berber Auditor
J. F. BROWN,
IIW-Iiii Becretary .Mutual. Tel. Co.
HOP H1NG &CO.,
Mi HOTKI. BTRKK'I
- Wholesale Dealers In -
Lipors aiil Manila Giors
AND
General Chinese Merchandise J
- eocn ah
Mil nils, Rice, MattiiiK,
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Ku.
Baalish and Amorican Qrucoriua
Uy Every Coust Bteamer
MUTUAL TEI.KI'HONK M7.
M. T. DON NELL,
rATENTKE AND SOLE UANUKAOTUnKR
OF TUB j
I
New Patented Pui Straiiier
1
All Orders or CouimunlcHtlaiiB I
addretsed to E O Hsll ,t Bon, 1A1., I
(who have them on sale), or to M. T. 1
Ihiunell, will receive prompt attention.
IHO tl
Merchants' Exchange'
B. I. HHAW, Proprietor.
Cor. KliiKand Nuuunu Btreet, Honolulu. I
Choioo liquors and Fine Boor.
IIKI,I, TEUCl'HONE 4111. ' I
Coment Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
ICstlmtiU-H given on all kinds ol
HTONK, CONORBTE A 1M.A8TER WORK
. UOHl'BirB A SriUIALTT "
JOHN F. BOWLER.
C I
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l Store, J3 ir .
i 105 Fort Street,!:! (ZSSSSmM l"8,l0U"
20 lbs. If vour ato, ' Ml mi$?.
of M ?jt , IcfciissMaiE, mm
Food I imKW
WJJ& ,s.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
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Air. John A. Scott, Miiimgcr of the Hilu .Sugar Conipunv, gics the follow
ing wontlerful record of tho Working of HuNAl'IONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which was erected by their work it I the comineiicenient of the crop
just harvested :
"During tho past week tho Hilo Htiyitr Conipuny's mill exceeded any of
its former rccoids by closing the lL'." hours grinding with an on put of HOOJ
tons. This is fully 10 percent more ihiiu the best work of former jours.
"The three roller mill being 20 in. by 51 in. and the two roller mill HO in.
by (JO in. '1 he first mill doing tins amount of work in nil elllcienl niunner
and with great ease, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cuuo by the National Cane Shredder, lecently erected by
the Company.
"And by its use tho extraction Iiub been increased from '.I percent to T per
cent on all kinds of cane, and in some cases bO percent hits been readied;
the average being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
"I continue to find the niuguea from shredded cuuo better fuel limn from
whole cane.
"The shredder hns been working day and night for seven months and has
given mo entire satisfaction, having hred(kd during that tune about seventy
thousand tons of cane, and a large part of it being hard ru loons.
"The shredder and ciiuine reuuire very little care or attention."
nuns ami speculations of these
WM. G
IMl'O'tTKHH, WMObKSAI.K AND Itr.TVlI. DKAI.KK8 IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
ROTuLISTSK. &c CO.
Cor Fort and Meiohunt Stroots.
VSr
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If yon aro in n.cl of HAY and
GRAIN for your Ljr "n(l
3JjjjS - Ji? up 'J'clephuies
175. Wo dolivor to all parts of
the city. -:- -: - -:-
lan-ini
I. W. McCHESNEY & SONS
Offer for the Holiday Trade a Fad Assortment of
General Groceries. Families who wish to buy
wholesale (by the ctsc or original package) can
save money by calling on us. We especially call
your attention to our large stock of ICxtra Fine
Granulated Sugars i 1 Ilarrcls, Half Barrels and
Bags. Also a full assortment of Calling's Extra
Fine Table Fruits at low win-s.
Queen Street.
Temple of Fashion
Ol Fort Street.
On December 1, 1891, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tho Halo will continue dur iik tho EM'IRK MONTH OF DKCKM
BER. The (loodu 10 bo disposed of, eon-lit of
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Boots, ShooH and Gont's Furnishing Goods.
Mfc- An Immense As'jrtmcnt of TOYS r OR CllltlBTMAB 3
iVT. C3k BTIjVA, - - - Tro"3rietor
Ed. Hoifschlaeger & Co. :-:
o
"Household" Sewing Machines,
ll&ud Srwlug Machines, with all the latest ImproTenienis,
Westermayer's Cottage Pianos.
Parlor Organs, Guitars, and otDer Instruments.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
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IRWIN & CO.. L'd.
Smoking
Tobaccos
(rum nil tho (') tir .ted
Factories in tin- United
Hales . , .
Pipes and
Smokers'
Articles
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Union Feed Co.,
Queen Street.
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