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SATURDAY, JAN. 12, 184-5
Satiirhav, Jnn. 12.
Btmr V (I Ilnll from llnwnll nml Mnul
Gnrgoos from Island I'orts
Htinr W (I Hull- llU Imtss siiRiir, !27S n$
collee, IU liit" awn, U hides, .'II lieml
cattle, mid To kgsjiumlrio4.
From llnwnll ntul Mmil per s'nir TV' 0
1UII Jan 11-(1 U Kobortsnn, O M Wal
ton, J 8 Kmrrtoii, 0 J Fiilk. M Howard, J
It Hush, t! MolliPuke, .1 McDiulc. J Ureeli
woU, V Un-uiiwrll, Mrs ! J Halt. .Miss
Kiln Purls, M si Davis, II 11 Mnkeknu,
Hoy Ch ii, KnwiiKUclil nml 07 nVck.
Kor Knitnl pr stmr Mlknlinln, Jnn 11
Mm Knlillimim, Mr K tjtrclir, K l.lndi'
niunn, 11 Morrison, Mls llesslu ltcynohls
niul I)r Walton
I' ir M.iul mid Hawaii per btmr Klnnii,
Jim 11 Mitt Duller y, Miss .Mnf (Ireeii,
Dr Oliver. John t'liiinln.linin, 8 W Wcsi,
J. 1) Perl v, J Uotnllu. (' Alnvcl, Akititillllii.
ltev IE Cnllendar, Unl Dormer, Mrs I)
t'elilcr ii nd ilnld, UiotiK Hack mid wile.
Mrn K 11 Itoiirdmnii, Mist K .lolni-oli. 8
A ini mid Yoiii; Hun. Kor llie Volcano:
Mrt K M Jackson U (5 Umber (1 It Dry
di'ii nud wife, CI Onriicv. J W Htrni;ue, Dr
IVnny, Mrund Mrs McMlllii".
ANOTHER OUT NIGHT !cM5sl,&fiK,8
nilUlUIJH IU1IJI muill. nmi ,,arlof n box of curtrMBM. I (li
Sundry Slight Alarms Keep the
Gna'ds in Motion.
Firtb Pio fur lo-day An Kiptdltloii
if Native Police.
Tim 8 8. Alnmoitn took tho following
oiiirls for Hn l'miiuiscu yctU'rilii : i:i
urates nmngors, Ul Ijoxi's, Si" unites mid
1UUI Ini lit b.iimniit
(IKKARII-ln Kill hi a. Konn llnvuill, Deo
S, PUi, to thv wife of Krunk Merurd,
Jr., a daughter.
i.UOAL ANli ilKNKH&l. KW.
General Orders No. 1 1 in publish
Tho church services will bo hold
as usual to-morrow.
Tho price of heof in town has been
raised six cents por pound.
Tho Government baud will k'ivo
its regular concert at l&mmn Sipirtro
Tho jury for tho March torin of
tho Kusl Circuit Court was drawn
this morning by Judgo Coopor.
II. M. S. Wild Swan, oinht inins,
ll.'IO toim, has boon commissioned to
roplai'o II. M. S. Champion on tho
Mrs. Andrews, mothor of Mrs. J.
11. Fisher, Mrs. L C. Atlos and Mrs.
H. II. Williams was thrown from hor
carriage on King st root this foronoou
and broke hor collar bono.
I. W. Chapman, tho well-known
caterer, is now open for outface
liuiiiiH for banquets, weddings, balls,
dinnor parties, garden parties, etc.
Address him care of IU.'I.i.dtin ollico.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotol
nud Ntiuauu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Tonus: 2.r and 50
cunts por night; $1 nnd Vl.Z'i por
U. It. Harris-oil, pi.-ietnvtl pinuo
nud organ maker and tunor, can fin
mnh bust factor) reference. Onlm
left At Hawaiian Now Co. will r
eeive prompt attention. All work
UU.tlBUtwd tO !' tilHBHMlf tdllt"
Tho stcaiuor lvinau yoslordny
owning took eight nmu and ouo
woman Jnpanoso for tho IVccroft
I'lautalioii, Kohalu, and forty two
muii and two women for tho Unm.v
kua Plantation. Theso are part of
tho lieutala's iuiiuigrauts.
Tho following vossuIm linvu been
adilud to tho coal tleot from Now
oastle, N S.W , for Honolulu: Amer
ican barks Harry Morso and Nous
boy; barkontines Hubert Sudden and
Mary Winkelinrui; schooners (Joldeu
Shore, Oceana Vance and 1'rospor.
Tho S. S. Alameda sailed at 5:15
o'clock yesterday evening for San
Francisco. Shu was hauled around
by tho steamer ,1. A. Cummins. Tho
tug lileu accompanied the Alameda
to sea in order to intercept any of
the robots who might j. o out to meet
THK YAUHT 'XOLNA.
After tho ot'itemont of tho Gro
elsewhere reported had subsided,
thoro was littio to break the mono
tony of tho L'oheobUtion watch last
night. A few alarms were found to :
bo groundless but proved the idort
ncss of the authoritie.4iii the prompt
rcponses niado. Mention of lheo
alarms nib be found in tho work of
our rcporti rs bolow. I
Tho ri (ions Iron) nil nlontr tho '
lino of military posts from M.moa '
to Nutiauu Vidloya up to 1 o'clock I
this morning ropiusouled "every-
thing iuiet." Tho otlicera nud tho
men at tho front had a vorv dnmp '
time of it, the heavy dow and uhilly zjr Miiis L'
weathor continuing from early yos- J. Cardon ai
terdny nfteruoon until after 8 o clock H,y for C()(Tt.
this morning. Happy imleetl may
those of tho military forco feel who .
aro detailed to duty nt hondqiinrt-
ors. A chnugo of base in operations
is intended, tho first move in which
took place this nfteruoon, and will '
enclose tho region from Wainlno to
POLICE EXPEDIVION. j
Uudor Captnlu Pnrkor a Company
of Bluoconts Oo to tho BubIi. '
Senior Captnin Parker with thirty
live native police ollicors left on
horseback this nfteruoon for the
head of I'auon Valley With him .
nre Captain Hooknuo nud Liouton
ants Kauao ami Hart. Tho men nro
each suplied with two belts of enrt
rulgos, a rdlo nnd pistol. They nlso
carry enough provisions to Inst them
two dnys. Captain l'arker intends
on reaching l'auoa to leave his
horses, to bo returned by the mount-
ed patrol, nnd explore the country
on foot. Thoy will go to Motion,
l'auoa, Wainlno nml Wnimniialo, nnd
come back to Diamond Head. The ;
intervening country will bo thor
oughly sonrchod. Tho captnin and
his men will return by way of Wai
kiki. Should nuy of tho rebels be
captured word will bo sent to head
quarters. Tho otlicers aro well suji- i
plied with warm clothing ami ram
The police were addressed by At-
Cuinurnl W. O. Smith in
Thoy said Mrs. Uatcholor would bo
excused for not having delivered
theso nt tho stntion, as sho hndnot
not won tho order of tho authorities
i in that regard. There wns no search
I of the house.
I Rolling Stonos.
I At 11 o'clock last night two mount
I ed guards camo in from Nutianu
Valley with a rnthor exciting report.
Somebody had been rolling stones
down the side of the mountain oppo
site tho Halfway House. A shot was
fired in tho direction of tho noise,
nnd thoro wns no more of it. Ac
j cording to n Inter report tho stones
. were dislodged by the feet of gunrds
who wuro iryuig loscaiuinu nuguiu
quest of rebels.
A Hormit Brought In.
I Onohikoa, tho old native who re
sides in a little shanty back of Mount
Tantalus, was brought into the Sta
tion this morning. Ho wns refused
a pass to his home. Onohikoa has
been living a hermit life. His little
white cottage can bo seen from town
ou clear daj's. Ho was not arrested.
toriioj-uuuural V. U. smith in the
.Station yard, prior to their stnrting
on the expedition. He spoke about
the praise of foreign visitors for the
very ellicieut manner in which the
police have beeu acting in these
days of excitement, ami he hoped
they would continue to deserve tho i
contideuco of the Government. The
ollicors led by Captain Hookano
snug tho popular native air "Mala
imi." Enough horses had beeu se
emed by this time and the men ,
mounted and away. Attoruey-Gen-eial
Smith, Deputy Marshal Hrown
ami senior Captnin J'nriter iieaueu
Antono Kosa catibod no littio
merriment among a crowd of on
lookers previous to tho starting of
the expedition. Ho noticed among
the animals riddou by tho ollicors a
colt of his. Ho had loaned it to a
native woman a short while before.
Sho had evidently been met on the
road ami the horse taken away and
impressed into tho Government ser
vice. Trailing Down Wilcox.
Count Fbstotics Arrivos nt Sydney
A Narrow Kactipo from Light
ning. Tho Tolnii, n handsome fore and
uft schooner .tncht, with white
painted hull, arrived in J'ort Jack
eon Dec. 10th from San Francisco
via the South Sea Islands. Tho
Tolun started from San Francisco,
and has visited Hawaii, Samoa, Fiji
and Ellico Uroup. The cruise was
not devoid of incident. Whilst in
the Ellico Group the yacht was
struck ly lightning, ami hail a nar
row escape. The lightning struck
the topmast, whisked dow u a shroud,
and, fortunately, did no further
harm than tearing n piece of copper
oH tho ship's side. The Tolna wns
favored by lino weather at tho isl
ands, but ou approaching the const
she had a stormy experience, nud n
couple of days previous to her ar
rival tho chief oilicer (Mr. I'hillips)
had a narrow escape from losing his
life. Ho was on deck attending to
the navigation, when the main boom
suddenly took charge, striking tho
oilicur with such forco as to canto
him to fall overboard. Fortunately,
the ollicer's leg became entangled in
a ropo alongside, and he was hauled
safely ou bonrd again. He ha, how
ever, since beou confined to his
cabin. Tho Tolna is nu American
built craft of 78 tons, with plenty of
beam, and a pood sheer, and, ac
cording to one of the oiow, she "sails
like n witch." The yacht Hies tho
Slurs and Stripoi-, nml the burgee
of tho Snn Francisco Yacht Club,
She wos launched last year nt Heui
cia, Cal., nnd her dimension are:
Length, 88ft ; beam, 21ft.; depth,
10ft. 'Hor saloons nro superbly fit
ted up, nud the htnto cabins for tho
count and countess nro palntial in
their furnishings. Count Festetics
do Tolna, who has his naval rank of
captain, is in command of the Tolna.
Hubert W. Wilcox and his ineu
are now supposed to bo in a thick
banana grove in tho mountain above
Luakiha, C. M. Cooke's residence.
Specials found their trail yesterday
afternoon. A close examination was
made. Trees which had been
cut down for firewood were found,
as well as dry twigs broken olT. A
cup was also found. Impressions
ou the grass mndo by men sitting
down wore also located. The specials
went as far as they could go, but
owinu' to tho fog they returned
lowur down the valley, and wnited '
u see if any of tho rebels camo (
down. In this they were disappoint
ed. The trail along which tho rebels
wont leads down to l'auoa Valley.
The latter place is filled with tnro
patches, and tho rebels were expect
ed to come down for taro. Thoro is
abundance of big bananas iu tho
valley where the rebels are supposed
to be. There was a heavy fog on
the mountain and according to J. II.
Black, ouo of the scouts, one could
not see another within ten feet of
him. As long as the fog lasts the
rebels are safe ami can travel where
the)' like, providing thoy nro no
quaiuted with the ground, which
some of them doubtless nre. There
is abundance of fruit nud water.
A Knlso Alarm
Ou the strength of a message that
people were assembling at !. L, lva
uliikou's house iu Nuiiauu Valley
Inst night, an order was sent up
there countermanding that for the
return of tho Citi.ens' Guard de
tachment. Heiuforcements wi re
also sent up. The cause of alarm
proved to be the occupying of the
house by guards. Iu the meantime
Mr. ICauliikou was sent for to bo in
terrogated, but he was found to be
unaware of anything untoward re
garding either himself or his house.
Houso Not Bearchud.
Mrs. liatchelor's bathing place at
Waikiki was visited by four special
police yesterday in search of arms
and ammquitiou. Thoy only obtain-
Three Chinese teams wore chal
lenged at the Masonic Temple this
morning nt dawn, nud the excited
chafer of tho drivers wakened up
tue whole neighboihood.
The guards nt Fort and School
streets nro grateful to Mrs. C. Cro
ranees Johnson, .Mrs. J.
and Mrs. Thomas Christ-
ley for coffee nnd solid refreshments.
Nothing has been heard from the
inner regions of Makiki Valley, and
investigation so far has supplied the
meager information that no regular
search of tho place had been tnndo
ns yet. The ollicinls seem satisfied
to rest under the belief Hint none of
tho rebels nro there.
The ollico of A. 1. Peterson on
Knahiimnuii street was tendered ns
a depository of the law books and
ollico otTects of Messrs. lnrko and
Correa, nt tho firo Inst night. The
opportunity wns nppreciatoil and
made use of.
A Japanese named Mntsumoto
wns caught out nfter 0 o'clock Inst
night nud held for investigation.
Chnrles Warren wns tnken to the
Marshal's ollico for examination yes
terday evening, nnd wns released
after being interrogated. Warren
had charge of a Hnwaiiau concert
troupe iu Chicago the time of the
Hnrry Swinton nnd Charles Mol
touo wort nrrested yesterday even
ing for conspiracy.
Nip See tried to pass the guards
nt Kaliln nud wns placed in custody.
Policemen and hackmeu complain
of being stopped by several divisions
of the guard, stationed at near dis
tances from each other, nt King
street bridge. They think one chal
lenge should sullice.
It is tho general opinion among
the Shnrpshooters that scouting will
have to be resorted to. There is no
chance for ordiunry military man
euvers. Guerilla tnetics will have to
Tho guard nt Luakahn telephoned
to the Police Station this morning
asking when their relief would bo
sent up. They imparted the inform
ation that three more prisoners ol
war had been caught. Tho relief
was despatched at 10 o'clock.
T. II Murray with his band of IMI
men of the Ctti.eus' Guard came in
from the Pauoa side of the Nutianu
range at 'J o'clock this morning. He
Bnvs Nowlein is nt Wainlno Iviuir
low. They would yet get him and
all of them. None of them had es
caped across Nuiiaiiii Valley.
There was n Cabinet meeting this
forenoon. Minister King said there
was nothing doue that could be
given out for publication.
Mrs. Capt. Mist at '1 and 5 o'clock
this morning suppliod tho gunrds at
the tramways terminus ou Nutiauu
avenue with hot chocolate nud food.
While Clerk Kauepuu was bring
ing several bottles of (). P. S. whis
key from a hack into the Marshal's
ollico for the ollicors this noon, two
fell out of his arms and smashed on
i the sidewalk.
making for a high fence in tho rear.
Captain Campbell wns in the act of
drawing iiib immiui, ivuuu .uunsier
Kitig snid to let the dog got after
tho follow Tim dog was sot on
him nud almost nipped him as ho
scrambled over tho fence. J. K. Nn
kookoo, n native lately employed by
Kahookano nnd Johnsou, lawyers
occupying olllces in the building,
was at oiico suspected ns the incen
diary. Ho hail beou seen by several
persons shortly before tho fire. Oili
cer Albert McGuru saw him passing
the Heaver lunch saloon, and noticed
he had on a tourist cap and carried
something like n bottle iu his pocket.
A guard on Queen street also identi
fied him. Ho was seen nfter his es
capo over the fence running round
from Queen street, but slackening
his pace as he passed within Bight
of the excited throng nt tho fire.
Senior Captain Pnrkor, ordered
Cnptniu Hooknuo nud Turnkey
Evans to gel into a hack standing
iu front of the Station. Oilicer
Kanpn went with them. There being
no driver Evans took the reins and
the vehicle was driven at top speed
to Kaumnkapili church, near which
Nnkookoo lived. Tho ollicors got
there even wifh tho fugitive and
nabbed him whenever ho entered
premises. Evans identified Nakoo
koo as tho man whom ho had seen
ou Knahumauu street between Mac
farlaue & Co. ami T. H. Davies &
Co.'s stores. Evans pulled out a
pistol nud wns about to shoot the
man, whoii ho was stopped by Capt
ain Hookano. Nakookoo was closely
examined by the Attorney-General
in the Marshal's ollico. Ho con
fessed to having tot fire to the
buildim,', also to his liaviui; been
with the rebels under Wilcox. Ho
I deserted them ou Monday and came
Nakookoo wns lately discharged
by Attorney Kahookano ami swori
revenge, wfiich mine believe to have
been the motive of his incendiarism.
Mrs. Nakookoo is related to Kahoo-kai-o
by marriage nud she does not
live very happily with her husband.
Shu is repotted to liae given dam
aging evidence against Nakookoo.
Ministers King and Smith, accom
panied by ollicors nud reporters, in
spected the building with lantern
light. The walls of a narrow pas
sago leading from front to rear were
deeply charred, and there was a pile
of half burnt newspapers ou the
floor, in a corner between nn open
bookcase and n door, at nlxiut the
middle of the pat-age. There were
no manuscript papers iu the pile so
far as could bo seen on turning it
over. There was a broken bottle
that had contained kerosene oil
found near the spot. A rear window
was open, through which the incen
diary no doubt had escaped.
The building is owned by the
Foster estate nud contains ollico
rooms occupied by Kahookano nnd
Johnson, Antono Hosn, W. C. Parke
and A. (J. Coirna, lawyers, the Ha
waiian Investment Co. (Charles Col
bum ami Carlos Long, managers),
and Mr. Loiu.' as a notary public.
Mr Correa raved his books but
F. A. Sohatdor A: Co. treated tho
liieiueii to beer after their hard
Nikookoo was sent to Oalut prison
after examination. One theory of
his motive is that he meant to pro
duce a panic at the station in which
the prisoners would be released.
Another is that the object was to
destroy incriminating papers, but
this one although almost universal
at first is now generally discarded.
uUrtmanKiirrsi) Takes Charge
of th8 City's Peace
Yeiy Latest iQtellce c T--day's
The Bulletin's special correspond
ent did not go to the frout to-day,
because nobody seemed to know
whore tho front wns situated. Thoro
are iu fact many points covorod by
the latest plan of campaign.
Cecil Hrown reports from Maka
puu Point that Sam Nowlein has
beeu located ou the other side of
the Waimanalo pass. W. II. Hice
of Kauai has been sent with 110 men
to support Hrown in guarding the
pass. W. A. Kinney with 18 men
will approach the pass, to intercept
Nowlein, on this side by way of
T. H. Murray will stay iu town to
do police duly with 12 men of the
Citizens' Guard and regular polieo.
There is an air of bustle about the
Police Station, nnd there seems to
bo a universal determination to cap
ture the loaders of the rebellion, if
possible, within the next 21 hours.
Fresh men are being enlisted nud
armed, many who have hitherto held
aloof coming forward to volunteer
their services for the permanent res
toration of peace.
A court martial is to bu convened
early iu the week.
The Eiccutivu ami Advisory Coun
cils aro to bo reconvened to make
appropriations for war expenses.
Meudoa, a Chilian, is held for in
vestigation. A mounted patrolman fell from
his horse while returning with horses
from Pauoa Valley this afternoon,
and broke his leg. He was taken lo
the Queen's Hospital.
Choutor A Doyln Kmbiirirowl,
An item iu a contemporary said
that Chester A. D.-yle, the Japanese
interpreter, who is doing courier
duty in a brake, would entry n red
liuht iu his vehicle, which would be
rucogni.ed nud respeclul to pass
him nt sentry and military posts.
Last night Doyle was challenged at
the Mutual Telephone building by
Guardiuau Upton, and not having n
pass was sent to the stnl ion in charge
of Gunrsdsmati Green. Hew as there
iuformed tiiat it was necessary for
him to carry a pass.
No attention will be paid by the
Hi'i.lktin to the scurrilous and libel
ous slurs of any jealous contempo
rary until after peace has boon re
stored. It may be proper, however,
to suggest that the authorities
should take cognizance of such at-
(tempts to stir up unnecessary news
paper strile at a juncture line mo
DUItlMl 1 UK AUHKNcr. OK I.KWI'l
J. Levey tli iindursluiird itmnhor
Uud to trunsaet ull liiislnest on hit Imluilf.
it. J. i,i:vi:v.
Honolulu, Juu. l'J, IS'JJ. l.tvilt
TO L Ki
ll. G. liiart has
King street to tho
Gertz, Fort street,
repair watches and
store of Chrii
There he will
siioons and iewelrv of ovory descrip
tiou. Having been the practical
watchmaker for Wonnor & Co. tou
years, he needs no pulling.
AN INCENDIARY CAUGHT.
Ho Sots Firo to n Building Adjncont
to tho Police Station.
Shortly after 7 o'clock last night a
strom: smell of lire was felt in the
vicinity of tho Police Station.
Smoke was at the same lime seen
arising beyond tho wall of the yard
on the Waikiki side. Harry Evans
the turnkey and others began investi
gating ami were not long iu finding
that the old wooden two-story build
ing, next to F. A. Schnefer & Co.'s
store in Kaahumanu street, was ou
An alarm was turned iu and ward
5 struck on the big bell of the central
stntion caused some excitement all
over town. II wns the first alarm
and the second firo since tho present
trouble began. The firo brigade was
promptly ou the spot, and tho front
door being burst open, after a littio
trouble, the chemical engine played
on the Humes. Then entrance was
made by an outside stairway to tho
second story, formerly used as a sail
loft but now unoccupied. A hole
was cut through floor and ceding,
through which a torrent of water
was poured directly upon the focus
of the fire. This was soon elo'ctual
iu putting out the llames. It was
just thirty-live minutes from the ar
rival of Chief Engineer Hunt ami
tho hro apparatus until the fire was
Iu the meantime Minister King
and Captain C J. Campbell, of tho
I 1. S. N Co., wont to the gate ou
Merchant street, leadum past the
rear of K. A. Sohaofor it Co 's to the
burning building. Capt. Campbell
climbing up removed a bar behind
I the unto, but there wnsnnother fast
ening and tho gate had to bo forced
opou. A terrier dog that runs with
the firemen entered with them. Just
as tho gent lemon named wore feel
ing their way dowu Btono steps from
Schnofer'a yard to tho back of tho
burning building, thoy ospiod n man
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The Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort St, Honolulu.
This dolicioiiH tt mpci'iiiici' drink not only qiKMiohos
thirst, but promotes and pruBurvoH good health.
There's no drink in the world like IIlliES' UOOT
MCbjIi, in composition, in preparation, or in popula
rity. Its wonderful success is a matter of InBtory,
and can only he explained by the fact that people
everywhere lveogni.e and appreciate its health and
pleasure-giving- cpialitics. They will not drink thu
worthless and injurious substitutes.
iJQgf" Ask your storekeeper Tor it. Made only
by The Charles K. Hires Co., TMiiladelphia, I J. S. A.
"We have used over three doun bottlus of Hires' Hoot Ilecr this son
son, nud find ft the most delicious and healthful drink iu the market. J ah.
K. Hammhii, 1120 till Ave., Altoomi, l'n., U. S. A."
"We have used your Root Hcer iu our family over three years, winter
nnd muituor. nml would not do without it. Wo drink it instead of water.
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I III) lill.el-
Hood's is Good
Makes Pure Blood
Scrofula Thoroughly Eradicated.
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mms.i
"It It with (ilrMtirn that I ulvt you th detail!
of our little Mny'i slckiim Hint hrr retura U
lieultli by ths use of Hood's Suiaiwllla. Itu
was taken down with
Fever and a Bad Couh.
Folltm Ing this a sore came on Iter right tide be
tvscen tho two lower rib. In a short time an
other broke on the left side. Hhe would take
spflliof tor month niulovlicn we had succeed
ed In oercuinliiK thU she would sufler with at
tacks ot lildi le'er nnd eitel bloody looking
corruption. IhrhtRd wti affected and muttor
ooiedtrom her ears. After each attack she be-
camo worse and all treatment failed to Riye her
relief until w liean to uso iioiiun nursuurina.
After the had Uken oue-lmlf bottle wu could see
tint she wut better. We continue until she
bad Uken three bottles. Now she looks Uke
The Bloom of Health
and Is fat ns s Ib. Wo feel Kratef ul, and cannot
u.iy too much In favor of Hoods Hursaurllla."
Mils. A. M. Aiiams, Ininau, Tennessee.
Hood's Pills set easily, yet promptly and
e01ceutly, ou the llvnr and bowels. 23c.
fjUxICiOt-uoli. Will null uilhvr
as u wholu or M)iurutt'ly
Cummins llhu'k, .Merchant Htriet.
JL premium ultunto nu thu
iuatl''uof thu old Mxkikl
iilnyirnmiul. funierly o'uti
pled hv A. (lurtoiiheri:. Kmi
uiKb arti modern nun uoiiiiiiouioim aim iiiu
hpaiMoiia grounds uio lhl out I i fruit nml
ornamental t e.. husy terms to ileMru-
hie tenant. Fur fur' her eiiruciihirs pleaio
apply to 1IKUI K l.AUTWKIUH I.
H. 1. bilAW, Proprietor.
Our. King and Nuuauu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fiuo Boor.
IIKI.I, TKI.Kl'HONK 401.
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
Katliuateo Klven on all kinds ol
HTONK.t'ONOKKTK A I'LAHTKU WOUK
ttjV UOSCBITS tU'SIIIALTT "SJUs
JOHN P. BOWLER
VTOTI0K 18 llKHKUY OIVK.N THAT
1.1 nil cl.itlUN iiKUlnst the Criterion Bu
llion will hv ivtileii hy Mr Jim. V. Mor
Ktin, anil all oulsluiiiliiiK accounts d.ie the
Criterion Buloou ami thu jobbing hoiibti ol
I.. 11, Dee uii to the alxivu iIhih are ptyahltt
to Mr. I.. 11. lcu. All hills iutxlntt I,. H.
Deo pleiine. prenout Immediately for nay.
Ik II. IIT41.
Ilomtox DniMi Company
Bkn.son, Smith & Company
Uoi.Mvi'Kit Duuu Company, Ltd..
Lkwis Ai Company
M. W. McGHESNEY & SONS
Oprur the Holiday Trade a Full Assortment of
General Groceries. Families who wish to buy
wholesale (by the case or original package) can
save money by calling on us. We especially call
your attention lo our large stock of ICxtra Fine
Granulated Sugars in Ilarrcls, Half Barrels and
Hags. Also a full assortment of Cutting's Extra
Fine Table Fruits at low prices.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Bole Aijeiits for Ui KepnMlo of Haw-all. I hell Tower,
Honolulu, (hit. .1, IHiU.
A liflriFW Manufuoturorot Kuiioy
Wrought Iron Fences
tor llurlal mU, Kesldences, (lurdeiu, llnb
conies, eta. Unlou strewt, nearly onposllo
Temple of Fashion
61 Fort Street.
On December 1, ISO I, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
TliuBitlo will coiitliiuo dtirhiK the KNTlltK MONTH OK DKCKM
11KK. Thu UnoOu to bo d la posed of, coiulit ot ... .
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods. Etc.
Boots, Shoos and Gout's Furnishing Goods.
lV- An Immense Assortment of TOYS fOlt (JHIU8TMAB !
m;. Gh SILVA, ' " Proprietor.