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Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Reg to announce to their numerous patrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak Red
room Sets, Rattan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the
very latest designs; Dining Room Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialty. Also a fresh lot of
Vorlier Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bell 525 TELEPHONES Mutual ti4fi
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
New Goods ! Latest Designs 1 Largest Stock 1 j
BO LIU OAK UKDKOOM BET8,
SOFAS, LOUNOE8, WAKDUOI1KS,
MIUUOU8, MOULDINGS, ETC., ETO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'cr Uoll ot 40 Yards, 112.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179, TELEPHONES Mntual 76,
A largo assortment
has just been re
ceived per "H. P.
llicliet" and "C. D.
Bryant," and moro
to airivo per "Transit."
Hopp So Co.,
KTo. T4: King Street.
IMI'OUTEUS, WHOLESALE AND UETAIL DEALKU8 IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
BCOXjiLISa?BIK. Sm OO.
Cor, Fort and Merchant Stroots,
0. K. Williams.)
Evory variety, style
and price in the
Furniture lino. Tlio
best and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
from nil the Col, tinted
Factories In the United
Do You Smoke?
It you do, vol want the bet your
money will buy I Iisvp Just re
celvHl n choice Invoice of tne Illicit
which sell from 8 rent up 'o VG
1 cunts. While- ninny people prefer
Manila Cigars, I luve for tlinlr
bencllt a very choice selection of
nil the best known brands ot
! MANILA CIGARS.
For those who don't smoke cigars,
b't "hit Hie pipe," 1 hove u line
, assortment ot
Mterschmm and Briar Wood Pipes,
I Alo Corn fobs, Etc., K'c.
. TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
Snioklngand Chewing Tobacco and
the favorite brandsof Cigarettes are
al'o kept on hand In fact any
I thing In the Hi e of smoker's re-
sites can be found at the
11. J. Nolte, Prop.
THIS SI'ACE 18
hue. s. uetst-it
Port Sthket, R. 1.
Grocery v Store
3" NUUANU Bl'UEET,
Between Hotel and King Street, next to
Has opened a First-class Ororcry Store
1 ii3 above. He will keep ulways on blind
the llest and Freshest
i American and English Groceries
1 Provisions, Spices,
Canned Goods, Etc.,
do his best to pleusu
Purchases delivered to all parts
i ol the uny
3-u.Vo.al Telopiiosio 257.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER & CO., L'n.
At Wnlklkl on enr linn and on 1'alama
Koad near Fertlliicliii; l'laut. Theitu IxjtB
are Very Cheap and Bold on easy tonus.
Dcslralilu Acre Tracts nuitr the city and
other l'ropcrtlcs lor Sale.
IIUUOE WAKING & CO.,
Ouulersln Lots mid l.n. dst
(Kt-'I Fort Street, near Klur.
ISTOTIO E3 !
rpHKSTEAMEK "Kill ALANI,-' LANK,
JL Coiiiiiiund-r wid luivu Honolulu ns
follows: Tuesday, Jun. U.'d, Frldy Feb.
1st, Tuesday, Feb. lth. at 'i f M. fur I.a
haliia, Mahukona, Laupahoohoe. II m
liinn, Hakulau, tlonoiuu I'oliakiuiiuiia
and H lo Itetm nlug leuvi s Hllo at u r. m,
Monday, Jan. ISStli, Thur.day. Feb. 7th,
.Monday, Fob. lbtli, cudlug at La'iiuhoe
hoe sumneay. Leaves MuinikonaHt7 a.m.
Tuesduy, Jan. 2!lth, Friday, Feb. 8th, Tues
day, Feb mil, calling at l.ahalua buine
day, nrrlvlnc nt Honolulu same night.
WILIJKU'B BTKAMSHU' 00,, L'n.
ONE UNDIVIDED TWENTIETH
share In Ihu Ahuniua of Houokiia
situate In South Koua, Htwall, containing
an area of (i.Y78 Acres, nud being Apunn 1)
of It. 1'. (W57, L. 0. A.17ta. There uro !I2S
11-10 A err s tn every share. 1 Ills laud ad
joins Kulahlkl on the Souih uud 1- a valu
ublo properly, A good deal of It Is suit,
ablu for L'ollee, and the balance for pustur
uro. It lies near Hookenu lauding, i'rice
$WU. Title perfect; watranty deed, ac
knowledge and stamped, given to pur
chaser. For further purtloulars uiiply to
J. M. MONSAUIIAT.
llynolalu, Jauuury , lb'JO. X228-tf
THE PBK8IDENT TALKS.
Ho Says Nothing Hns Happened to
Bonulro a Wnrshlp nt llouolulu
Washington, January 20. In con- i
versatiou this evening President
Cleveland seemed uitiroly willing to
discuss tho Hawaiian question. Ho
said: No information has boon re
ceived which indicates that anything
will happen, in Hawaii making tho
presence of ono of our naval vessels
uocessary, unit's? wo aro prepared to
enter upon a noliev ana course of
conduct violativo of ovory rulo of in
ternational law and utterly unjusti
fiable All who lake any interest in
the question should keep in view
that Hawaii is entirely independent
of us, and that in its relation to us it
is a foreign oouutry.
A ship has been sent to llouo
lulu, not because there has been any
chaugo iu the policy of tho Adminis
tration, and not because there seems
to be any imminent necessity for its
presonco there. The vessel has boon
t-out there in accordance with the
policy of tho Administration iu ovory
case of the kind, and from motives of
extreme caution, and with a possi
bility that tho disturbance may bo
resumed, and that it might result iu
danger to tho persons ami property
of American citizens entitled to tho
protection of the United Stales.
Tho course was at onco determined
upon as soon as information reached
tho Government of tho recent trou
ble. , So far from having tho slightest
objection to making public the in
structions which wore given to tho
commander of tho Philadelphia and
tho despatch eho will carry to Mr.
Willis, our Minister iu Hawaii, I am
glad to put thorn before my fellow
citizens. Hero thoy aro:
Washington, January IS), 1S(.K.
To Hutr-Ailiiiiritt BeartUlvr, Finythip
J'liiladrlphia, San Frunrinro. Proceed
with the steamship Philadelphia
with dispatch to Honolulu. our
purpose as the United Slates senior
uaval ollieor there will bo tho pro
tection of tho lives and properly of
Iu case of c'nil war in tho islands,
extend no aid nor support, moral or
physical, to any of tho parties on
gaged therein, but keep steadily in
view your duty to protect tho lives
and property of all such citizens of
tho United SUtosas shall not by
their participation iusucli civil com
motions forfeit their rights iu that
regard to tho protection of tho
American Hag. Au American citizen
who duriui; a revolution in a foreign
country participated in auy attempt
of force of arms or violence to main
tain or overthrow tho existing Gov
ernment cannot claim that tho Gov
' eminent of tho United States shall
1 protect him against tho consequence
of such act.
Show those instructions to and
consult freely with tho United States
Minister at Honolulu on all points
that may arise, seeking his opinion
anil advice whenever practicable on
the actual employment of tho forces
under your command, bearing in
mind that the diplomatic and politi
cal interests of the United States are
iu his charge. Afford him such aid
iu all emergencies as may bo ueces-
sary. Attention is called to article
287 of tho United States Navy regu
lations as amended. Acknowledge
by telegram. Hi:iiiu:ot.
Washington, January lit, 18l)."i
To Willi, Miniiitrr, Honolulu Al
though your telegram reporting the
uprising of January tith does not in
dicate that you regard tho presence
of a warship necessary, the Presi
, dent deems it advisable that ono
J proceed immediately to Honolulu
i for the protection of American citi
zens ami property should a cotitin-
goney arise requiring it. You, as
' our solo diplomatic representative,
I will confer with tho commanding
o llicer as to tho assistance which his
j instructions contemplate in case of
FUNERAL OF 0. O. BERQER.
It Is Largely Attended by Promi
I St. Andrew's Anglican Cathedral
' was filled on Sunday afternoon with
I a representative eoureatiou, ns
j sembled to participate iu the funeral
I servico over tho hotly of CO. Herder. '
Tho chief mourners were .Mrs. Her
1 mw and her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. 11.
' A Widoniann, Mr. and .Mrs. I W. '
l Macfarlaue, Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. '
Dowsett and Miss Widemaun. The
body was iu a black rosowood casket
with silver mount iu ami name
plate, About tin bier were a yreat ,
I many emblematic devices of au ex-
tensive variety of llowers. lluv. Alex.
, Mackintosh conducted tho service,
i and two hymns wero sung by the
I choir, Wray Taylor accompanying
I on the organ.
Tho pall - honrers wore: P. A. '
Sehaefor, V. Q. Irwin, Paul Nou
i maun, George . Macfarlaue, K.
Suhr, . M. Giirard, J. O. Sponcer
! and II. Pocke. At tho grave in Nun- '
I ami cemetery Mr. Mackintosh coin- ;
pluted the last sad rites. Upsides
tho pall-bearers there wero noticed '
about tho grave: A. S. Cleghom, 15.
P. Dillingham, Mrs. Widdilield. Miss '
Widditield, Miss Cornwell, 15 C i
i Macfarlaue, Clarence Macfarlaue, i
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lucas, j
1 Mr. and .Mrs. David Dayton, Mrs.
Mills, Mr. and Mrs. 15. S. Cunha, I
, Mr. and Mrs. 15. M. Marshall, Mr. '
and Mrs. Daniel Lrgan, 0. Uosse, P. I
Uuehholtz, Capt. Kibling, V. Lanz, I
Samuel Parker, .Mi8 Parker, .lohu
' Kiohardson, .1. O. Carter, .lr., J. P. '
Hackfeld, II. Itenjes, Carl Mett, D.
MeCorristou, II. II. Williams tho un- '
dertakor and many others, including j
i several Chinese.
At Williams' Studio are to bo seen
Portraits ou Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture bv the set or
II. G. Hiurt has removed from
King street to the store of Chris
Gortz, Port street. Thero ho will
repair watnhes aud make souvenir
spoons and jowolry of ovory descrip
tion. Having been tho practical
watchmaker for Wonnor & Co. ton
years, ho needs no pulling.
W P. Heynolds. Prop.
Periodicals aid town
IMIOMITLY ATTENDED TO.
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglasses
OftrcfuHv sillied to
Domestic Sewing Machines
Games, Toys, Dolls, i
Always Kept on Hnnd.
Diaries - I 8 9 5 Diaries
A Nice Stock Alwnvs Kept on Hnnd
to Select f om HOOKS ordered ly
OU1TAUS FItOM I.(10 l'l
Flu cs. Cornets, Piccolos, Ukulele
MM oilier Instruments. Also Violin,
linn t nml Otlltnr Strings mid Fit
tings. SBWiNd MACHINE NEEDLES
nr all kinds o' Machines.
Our Great Drive
A HAND MACHINE foi. WXO.
r. c. joni:s.
c, a. jonh.s
NO. -11W FOUT BT11KKT.
tlfc. BATHS ot Various Sites for Itent
hy the Month or Yen.
t. VAULTS open from S:3U . m.
until I i' m. uicepl on Saturdays, v, hen
they will be closed at 2i'M r. m
m- WE liny Mild S-ll F rst-class
STOCKS and II' N 1)8 mid make ad
vances on tanie.
F-irt, near Hotel Sts.
Cii vs. J. Mt'''AitTiiv, - Malinger.
Popular Brands of Straight Goods
ALWAYS ON 11AM).
th (Went Appetiser Tiik Ur.msMK
oi-KTAit n st'clully vkllli mis reori.
iikpot or tiik
Famous "Wioland I.ngor Boor
Fino Casslmoros, Sorgos,
Whtto Linons, Etc.
, SllHS MjUlO tO Ol'dOl'
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
- -10 Nuuanu Street.
Consolidated Soda Water
(lor. Allen & Foil 3ts , - lliuuilalu.
n.w m iii
rpHE UNDKUSIONKD HAVINO UK
X ft-Wt-d Letters of Adinl'ilHtratlnu f
the Ketute of Henri U. Mcdrew, hereliy
makes domnnd upon all persons having
property belonging lo ta'd Estate lode
liver same to him Noth u is else herebv
given lo nil crediiori ot the deceased to
pre eut lli-lr claims duly HUthouticat-il
w thin tlx mouths fiom this dat-.
J. O. t'AUTEU.
Admlnlstra'or 'JiH Mcrcimut btrfet. i
Honolulu Jan. 21, ls'J". l21Mm
$250 REWAUD, I
'PIIR UNUEItSIGNEI) 01TKKS
1 reward of i'lMXo any one giving
formation that will lead to th conviction
of the porsou who stole u Dluluond King
from his premltos on Thursdav lust.
2l2-tf MlLLAHl) F. QKANDALU
OFFICE FOlt BENT.
1)jllTION OF 1HK OF
tlcu now occupied by
UOOMB AND BOAHD.
IIOO.MS AND UOAUD
IV for a few persons cun be
had at Ilunlwul, ou the Wul
W- B. 1IAUTLF.IT,
II 75-1 f l'roprietor.
nremtses situtu ou the
rustsl'loof the old Mak'kl
iilnvuriiuud. f iriuerlv oiuu-
nled bv A. Qurteulieri;. Km. The build-
iiiks are iuoleru and commodious and the
spacious grounds aro li! out P fruit and
ornamental t'os. J'.iihs terms to h desira
ble lenunt. For further particulars please
Urtvo Unit tho Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Uuviug iu l'igiueut.
Every painter should use Lucol in
stead of Linseed Oil, because:
Lucol Is mote (tumble than Linseed
2. Lucol Is more
tcotwmie.nl than Lin
PROOF THAT LUOOL 18 MOKE I
Six years ol actual mo in exterior '
house painting in California (the i
most trying climate (or paints), iu j
tho burning heat of tho Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
the Atlantic const, have fully ami ,
practically shown that Luoui. always
outwears Linseed Oil under the mum
conditions. All the nciil works in
Ajun Francisco liuvo discarded Liu-
seed Oil for Lucol,. I
ILLUSTRATE THIS YOURSELF. !
Put strong iimmnuiii on Linseed ami
Lucol paints. The Linseed painu I
i tiro destroyed in u few minutes; tin I
Lucol paints are practically untitled- '
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS
Break up lj lbn. paste while lead
in one pun oi J.ruoi.. ami tne same
quantity in ouo pint ol Liin-enl Oil.
Spread the paints on similar dark
surfaces for comparison, i lie Lucol
paint "preads as far a: tint! covers
much better than the LitiM'cd p'liut.
Tn f.ft. nnlinllv irnnil riiVftrnn, will, tin,
Linked puint you h.wo to use 2J lbs
of white lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means h saving of ' lb. ol
pu8tc lend ti each inl of Lucol. used,
or ti lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
' to your saving mure than half the
first cost of the Lucol.
Lucoi.it- not iu competition with
i cheap LiiiHced Oil Miuitiuilo.
L.J MIT JbI'D
Apbiiis. m t (lfijfaHn Island
Drawing and Painting
D. Howard Hitchcock
CLASS DAYS, RATES, ETC.
1 Tuesday uud Wcdiiosdny atternioiiB or
I Tuesday and Wednedny moriiliiK, or
, Hatiinlay nioruiiiK.
I RKKTCIt I'lAHS:
i Every u'teriiatu Saturday afternoon.
Critli Isms will bu iilvcii twice u week Iu
1)0 Klven twlco a week
The Class Kooiik will I e open from 8 a.
m. to 12 noon for morulni; cI.uhcs; from I
to 0 p. m for afterm.ou cUssus.
DrawbiK Class, per mouth $ 8 00
" ' Smjjle beKson.... 1 MJ
FulntliiK Cluss, ii-r iiionth 10 00
" Single Lesson ... i (10
Sketch Class, free to regular class
pupils, to others ISO
Special rates for Private 1'utills
and to thoie desiring dully study at o ass
Will 1) mudo to keep
L'xcellent time if lul't
for tlir-o days with
Fauhhu & Co., this
Well-known and Koli
ublo Watch MukoiH.
If satisfaeliou is not
givon your money wi'l
lie refunded in full.
FAKRER & CO.,
4 13 Fort, ettraei,
Our stock of Holiday
Goods arc now raidy for
inspection at our New
Store (Wennci's old
Btund) on Fort Street.
A euref ully solected stock
of .Jewelry bought with
an eye on the Holiday
Trade and will be sold at
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
i 0, llox 287.
Tus Daily Bulletin, 50 cents
month, delivered by carrieri.
S'J YLE !
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 tho best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently tho best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort Stroot
W. W. AHANA,
333 lTu.vittri.-u Gtxt-
Kngllsb, Scotcri and Amencao Goods.
Htyle and Fit OunrHiitevil.
Uloaniiig & Repairing
Mutual Tele. 668. P. 0. Box 144.
HOP HING & C ).,
m HOTKL STltKKT
- Wholesale Dealers In
Liqnurs and Manila Glprs
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, Klco, MattlnK,
Chinese Silks, Tens, Kir.
Bnalisb and American Groceries
lly Every Coast Stenmer.
MUTUAL TELKl'HONE 147.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tom and Ooitbh
4T ALL IKKJBft
TUK KINKST BKANDS OK
Cigars and Tobacco
AUWAIS ON HAND.
JB.. J. JTOXaT7H!. Prop.
A. F'o.mlly Hotel.
FerDiiv $ 2
Per Week 2
UI'ECIAI. MONTHLY HATKH.
The liestof Attendnnce, the liett Situation
and the Finest Meals iu the Oity,
T. KROUSE, ---. ProprlMor.
! Meruhauts' Exchange
I ri. I. SHAW, I'roprleUir.
''or. King and Nuuiiuu Street, Honolulu.
I Choice Liquors and Fino Boer.
HELL TELKl'HONE 4111.
back again to work.
1ST. E BimaBss
Ik nguln prepared to repair O-tnlen Hose,
Sprinklers, Water Tapi, ef. baw Filing
and all klntl of Tools slmryened, Incluit
iik Onrving Knives ami ScUsors; Ijiwii
vtowers a pecltit ; also Setting Olass; in
fuctal. klmla of julibing. WorK oulleil for
and r-tnried King up 152 Mutusl Tele
phone uny tine lieforn U a. m. 117IRI
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid
tCbtinuiU-s given ou ull kinds ol
iTONK.OONOUKTE & l'LASTKU WOUK
UOMUJIKTA A 81-CUIAI.TY kM
JOUN F. BOWLER.
O. B DWIGHT
Does ull kinua of Work In
O.ment & stone Sidwaiks & Corblng.
He has on hand a large supply of
nese Uruuitu Curb uud atway kf eps Jla-
wailau OurbliiK Stone. Krtiiuuies given
aud lowest uncus assured Jltill leleiil
Dishes und Olasswnro Wanted I
Clocks, Watches nud Jewelry Wanted I
Old Oold mid Silver Wanted I
MT Highest Prioat Paid) fla
114 Xing Street, Corner of AUkea,
&k "' ,