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Ordway & Porter
llotul Street, "Robinson Block."
Beg lo announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of Xcw Goods, such an Carved Oak Ded
room Sets, Italian and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the
very latest designs; Dining lioom Furniture, Ex
lension Tables a specially. Also a fresh lot of
I'orlicr Curtain in di Urate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bell 525 THLFiPHONRS - Mutim. lUfi
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
HOI. ID OAK HKDKOOM BKTS,
BOKAB, LOUNOKB, WAUDIIOKK8,
MIKKOKS, MOULDINGS, KTO., KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'ci Koll of 10 Yards, 12.uu.
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent i Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutnai 76.
(Successors to U. K. Williams.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
411 NUUANU STilEF-T.
Importer anil Dealer in Enropeai Or? anil Fancy litis
Ladles' Wares of every description. Also, fresh line of Chinese Uoods.
Pongee Sc "Wliite SiLfc Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings!
Best Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
flf Fit Guaranteed.
ear 3-u.t-u.a.l Telephone
liirOUTEK AND DBALEIi IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Presb Calilornia Roll batter and Island Batter
Goods Kocolvfid dj Ever;
1W All Orders faithfully attend
nl lolled and packed with care.
Lincoln Buxjk, Kino Sthekt,
UOTH TBI.IirUONKB 210
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Eteuh Goodo by Bvery CalUorala Steamer.
ICE - HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
iBianna OBDna Souoitbd. jgM t0T SATisrAOTioN Qdaktko.
H. E. McJLNTYRE & BKO.,
Groceries, Provisions - and - Feed.
New floods Received by Kvery Packet from the Kasteru BUte and Europe.
ITttKNH CALIFORNIA"- PRODUCE BY . EVERY . STEAM Kit
All Orden faithfully attended to and Good Dellverml u an;
rrt of the
IfLAXU OaniRfl SlIUOlTID
-1 () BOX fin
Steamer from San Fruiicbcc
Sutlulactlun truarnntreit Idaml tinlHri
Bet. Foht and Alake Htbickta.
-V O HOX W
& Retail ti
-P. (I IIU2 lift
AND KINO BTKKKTB,
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 dres
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 fort Stroot
L. B. KERR'S
1 HAVK JUST HKCKIVKIi
IjAIMK ASSORTMENT OK .
. r . ri .
HUM Li I iCSt StylOS. '
THKhK UOODS WILL ItB HOI.I
ANY tJt'ANTirY KKO.M A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Suit I
- AND AT -
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KERR, - Impohtkh.
Real Estate and Loans
TIio enlargement of tlio LOAN Market
fo us to cowr tliu mints and nei uoilteM of
the lure nninher of liotiorulilu peole nlio
ure nut owners of unincumbered Heal
Kstuto was one of tlie most necessary Inno
vations of recent yourx. To ninny It hits
' meant relief from pressing ohiims Ht the
very time when most essential. When
properly and honoruhly conducted this
bnslnuss Is of itndly great iinnortan.e
i and value to the community us llnlldiiiK
and l.iun Assouhitlons Imvo proved tliem
pelves to be.
The Hawaiian InYestraeat Go,
I Mutes a tpec laity of NeKotlutlng and I'ro-
I ctiruiK Iaihiis for llorrowurs who lire mi
uhlu lo illcount their Notes at the Hanks
and who tin not cure to ouliualu tlicin-
! selves lo mine friend or acuuulnlancu hy
asking his undursements to their Note.
This Company will muku Loans upon
Household 1'urnituro, l'lunos. Organs,
llorsos, Mules, Wauons, 1'iirrltiKes and
1'erMinal Property without removing ihu
I l'roerty from tho Borrower's possetsinn,
and all Imslness will he conducted una
Sl'KlCTl.Y UUNKIDKNTIAJ. ItAblS.
Trie Hawaiian IavuEtuiont Co.,
Genkral Heal Estate Aokms,
13 and 15 Knauninamt Btnets,
(Ntar Pott Onice )
Notary Public. Mutual Telephone G39.
015 FOHT BTKKKT,
Will Bell Us Entire Block of
Boots & Shoes
At mid ilolow Cost Trice, comprising
Riding, Our Eureka Boots,
Farmnr's ami Rubber Boots.
Also a variety of
Mkn'u, Ladies' and Ciiiliiiikn's
SHOES & SLIPPERS I
A. Fetwiily Hotel,
Per Day 2
Per Week ?TJ
BI'KCIAL MONTHLY HATES.
The Iiest of Attendance, the llent Situation
and the Finest Meals In the City,
T. KR0DSE, .... Proprietor, j
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
1ST. F. BTJR,GKE2SS
Is again preimrud to repair Utrden llnso,
Bpriiiklers, Wuier Taps, et. Haw KIIIiik
and ull kinds of Tools slinnened, iiiulinl-
ine Carvlnc Knives nini HcWi-ors; l.mvn
.loera u mecla tv: also bettluu Olassi in
fuct ah kinds of JoubliiK. Work called for
and returned Hmg U 10'i Mutual Tele
phone any time boforn U a. m. 117l)tf
NOTICE IB IIR11RI1Y GIVEN THAT
all claims nualnst the Criterion Hn
loou will he settled hy Mr. Jas, K Mor
unn, and all outstaiullnt,' accounts due the
Criterion Baloon and tho JohhiliK house of
I.. II, Dee up to the above date are payable
to Mr. 1.. II. Deo. All hills UKiust L II.
Deo please present immediately for pay.
lueut. I A. DICK.
Honolulu, Oct. 8, 1B!U. 1 IW-'lm
AT AniTPM Manufacturer of Kunoy
UilUUIJIl, WroiiKht Iron Koiicks
fur Jlurlal Iits, Residences, Gardens, Dal
conies, etc. Union btreet, nearly oiiposlto
Dell Tower. WS-tl
(She giUh ilJcJin.
WEDNESDAY, JAN 9 lxf.
l'OHT OIIOIIAKD'S DHY D0UIC.
Pugot Sound to Hrtvo tho Second
Lnrtfost Dock in tho World.
Tho dry dock now building at
Port Orchard. Wash., will bo tho
second largost in tho world. Its '
only superior is ono owuod by tho
Italian government. Port Orchard '
lies across Admiralty iulot, an arm
of Pu got sound, sixteen miles from
Seattle. It is approached by tor
tuous and easily defended passages,
so that tho helpless warships laid up
for repairs in tiino of war will bo
safe from tho assaults of the onomy.
When tho federal government
made ready to build tho now dry
dock many miliM of water front at
Port Orchard and a considerable
tract of land extending back from
tho south wore bought. After that
bids were invited for tho building of
a timber and concrete dock, whoso
main dimensions wore to bo: Out
side length, (25 feet and a fraction;
greatest width, 1!!0 feet; Uoor width,
(57 foot; depth !) foot,.'! inches. This
dock was to lloat ships IU) foot
draught. Tho successful bidders, a
iirm at Tacoma, undertook tho work
1 at a littlo over $191,000. Tho con
tract was lot two years ago, with tho
1 stipulation that the dock should bo
finished in tlireo years. In viow of
tho fact that commercial steamships
aro bigger year by year and that
such ships will bo used for cruisers
in time of war, tho length of tho
dock was afterward incroaed fifty
feet. Other modification wore made
this year, and tho contract price, in
view of those changes, was increased
to about $1508,000. Tho time for the
completion of the worl; was also ox-
; tended some mouths.
j Tho Port Orchard dry do.-k will
bo tho most notable public work of
tho federal government upon the I 'a
cific coast. It is being constructed
in accordance with the latest kuowl
edge and experience upon the suh-
jeet of dry docks. The entrance is
to bo closed byagato that will be of
itself a notable feature. This tate,
or caishon, as it is called, m like an
iron ship of somewhat uiitiHi'il pro
i portions. It is a hull with a bow at
each end. It will bo ill feel 10.I
inches m length at top, lit feet in ex
Iromo molded breadth, 13 feet in
breadth at the top and SW feet ll
inches in height from bottom of
kool to top of waywalor.
Tho dock will bo filled through
this gate, and to aid tiiis purpose
the gate is pierced by twelve li) inch
filling culverts, each fitted with a
gate valvo. In the upper portion of
tho gate thoro is a water chamber
with two 20-inch sluices, ono open
ing into tho sea, tho other into the
dock. Water to sink the gate is ad
mitted through two 20-inch valves,
and in order to remove this water
when the gate is to bo lloated thoro
1 is on tho main dei k a boiler and an
engine to drive a small centrifugal
pump capable of delivering 2500 gal
lons of water a minute. In order to
facilitate tho handling of tho gate a
Hiiitablo capstan is placed al tho con
tor of the upper deck and worked by
a vertical shaft from the engine on
the main deck.
Powerful and complicated machin
ery is provided for emptying the
i dock. Tlireo centrifugal pumps,
each with its own engine, and a
fourth centrifugal drainage pump,
will accomplish this work. Six grout
steel tubular boilers will furnish the
Htroam to run the machinery. With
a boilor pressure of a hundred
pounds to the square inch these
pumps will discharge 110,000 gallons
of water per minute.
This groat piece of work is going
on more than aclo.en miloHfrom tho
nearest railway station or telegraph
ollico. When it is finished it will
save many a ship of the navy the
long journey from the far northwest
to San Francisco, and doubtless will
, bo used by vessels of the Asiatic
squadron returning homo for over
hauling. GORED BY UYPNOTI8M.
A OnBe Which Has Cauaud Somo
Excitumont iu Iowa
Thoro is ronl oxi'ituinunl niiiong
lliu puuplt) of Mnrono, Miuliifaii,
ovor a womlorfiil euro allotHl to
liavo boon oiroctud througli tlio
medium of hypnotism. For a niiiii
hor of years a youiif,' man uamutl
Tliisim lias boou aullorin from an
uufortuiiato malady whiuh convulsod
his framo to a frightful dort'o ovory
fow momouts. His friomlH had ivon
up all hopo, and hin doath at any
tiino would havo cnusod no surpriso
Ho has boou troatod by a uumbor of
tho bust physifiatis iu ovory jiart of
the Stato, and twiuo had boou to tho
Moroy Hospital at Iowa City, always
with tho samo rofidl. Quo and all
prouotiUL'od his malady iuutirablo.
A short tiino ago a hypnotist boan
troating him, and tho rosult is tho
causo of tho oxcitouiout uow provail
iny, for young Thibou to-day walks
tho stroots as strong aud hualthy as
I How tho Pronch Muko Loaua.
I A word about foreign capital. Tho
irospority of Franco is oftou ro-
rruu to ly American writors, ami
it is woll that it should bo. Has
auyono hoard of Fruuch loatis lining
oHorod in tho London markotT Do
thoy loddlo thoir soiMiritios at
Amstordam and ISurlint Not at all.
When tho Fruuch (lovuruiiiunt wants
money for war or unprovtiiuoiitR, or
to moot a temporary deficit in its
budget, it appeals to tho people,
aud the economical farmers aud
small businessmen tumble over each
other to take up the loan. What is
tho result! The iuterest on the loan,
like a ferlili.iug stream, goos back
to tho soil from which tho loan was
taken, and not to tlio usurers iu
other lands, who withdraw thoir
credit whou (languor threatens aud
when that credit is most uoodod.
If your aubnaription has expired now
t a good time to renew U,
Christmas Cards !
Water Color Crt tf
i i : ALSO : : :
Sond Something Iliiwuilan to Your
KING BROS.' ART STORE
Your doctor i
will tell you I
it 1m the
KOK 8AI.E IIY TIIK
H0LLISTER DRUG CO, L'D,
Au'iits for tho Hawaiian IhIiuhIh.
Mutual Telephone Co.
ELECTION OF OKJb'IOEIiS.
TT1IB ADJOUItNKI) ANNUAL
t Mectiiiuof this I'omiMiiy held Nov.
Illth, lb'Jl, tliu follow ing Ulllceri were
elected for tho ensuing year:
Wm. (. Irwin President i
Cecil llrowu Vlce-l'resid.iit !
James Camphcll, Uodfrcy Drown. 11. A.
Widenmiiii, J. F. Drown and W. 1'.
At Directors' meeting of Nov. 'JO, 1S!)I,
under tho Dy-laws of the Company, fur- i
ther elictlons were mudu us follows:
J. K. Drown Becretury
iioilfruy Drown Treusurer
CO. llercur Auditor
J V. DltOWN.
Secretary Mutual. Tel. Co.
HOP E1NG & CO.,
W HOTKI. BTHEK'l
Wholesale Dealers In
20 lbs. W
JBU mSfcsv.SS"" . ..1
UwdluhCUtRii, w. McCHESNEY & SONS
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, Rice, MattliiK
Chinese Bilks, Teas, Kli.
KtujJiflb and Amurican Grucurtos
lly Kvery Coast Btramei
MUTUAL, TKI.KI'HONK H7.
California Fruit Mirket
Corner Kins and Alakeu Bis.
lly Kvery Hliamer from Btu
I IrancUco with
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Balmou, I'oultry, Etc., Kir.
xM. T. DON NELL,
r-ATENTKK AND SOLE MANUPAOTDnER
t OF THE
New Pdioiited Poi Straioer
ttF All Orders or Communications
adilroLsed to K 0. Hill -t Hon, l.'d.,
(who have them on sale), or to M. T.
Donuell, will recelvo prompt attention.
B. I.BHAW, Proprietor.
Cor. KIiik and Nuuuuti Btreet, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer.
HKl.h TKI.KI'HONK I'll.
1 Cement Sidewalks Ac Gra
I nite Ctirbing Laid
Kstlumtes given on all kinds ol
STONK.CONCKKTK A 1M.AHTKK WOHK
1. CONCBKTI K ei'ICULTY
JOHN F. BOWLER.
Rational Cane Shred
PATKNTEO U.VDKK TUB LAWS OF TUB HAWAIIAN IS
Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of the Hilo Sugar Company, ghos
ing wonderful rccoid of the working of tliu NATIONAL (JAM
DER, which was erected by their work tit the comnieneciuout i
I just harvested:
"During the past week tho 1 1 do riugiir Company's mill exceed
I its former recoids by closing the llifi luuiis grinding with an ojp t
tons. This is fully 10 percent mon tliuu the best work of former .
"Tho three roller mill being 20 in. by fil in. ami tho two roller'
by 00 in. 'I he (list mill doing this ainnunt of work iu an elllcie
andwithgre.it ease, compared with work' on whole cane, owing Ii
preparation of the cane hy the N itional Uuno Slnedder, teeently
"And hy its use the extraction has been increased from .'1 poreeii
cent on all kinds of cine, anil in somo cases 80 percent has been
the average being 75 to 78 percent, according lo quality.
"I continue to llud the niugima from shredded cane better fuel
"The shredder has been working day and uilit for seven ntontl
given mo entire satisfaction, having shredded during thai time alxii
thousand tons of cane, ami a lanro nail of it Itt-iui: bard rutoons.
"The shredder and engine require wry little care or intention."
fjtf I'laiis mid spcoilioulions of these Shiedders may ho seen al ll
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IMl'OHTEUB, WHOI.K3AI.K AND KKTAIb DMAI.KKS IN
Harana, Manila, Mexican and American
igroii.x.isi'EiK. &c o
Cor. Fort and
CJltAIN for your TIl--. nl
175. AVc (lclivcr to all parts of
the cit'. -:- -: - -: -
Offer for the Holiday Trade a Full Assortme
General Groceries. Families who wish to
wholesale (by the case or oriyinal package)
save money by calling on us. We especially
your attention lo our large, slock of Extra
Granulated Sugars in Ihirrcls, Half Barrels
Bags. Also a full assortment of Cutting's Ei
Fine Table Fruits at low jtriccs.
Temple of Fashion
SI B'ort Street
On December 1, 1891, wo will begin onr
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
The Bale will continue ilnr ng the hM'IKK MOSTH OK DKCKM
llhlt. 'Ihu Uooas to hu disposal of, consist of
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
Boots, Shoos and Gent's Furnishing Goods.
An IminouM) AHsurtmcnt of TOYB hOlt OHhlSrMAB M
1&. O STLVA, - - Proprietor
Ed. Hoiischlaeger & Co. :-:
"Household" Sewing Machines,
H&nd Stwlng Uacblues, with all (lie latest Improvements.
Westermayer's Cottage Pianos,
Parlor Organs, Guitars, and otner Instruments.
:-: King and Bethel Streets.
Iriini nil tin
Knuti rlcn It
ni'i'tl of HAY mid
Hin up Tolt'iihi-nes
Union Feed Co.,