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Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Robinson Block."
Beg to announce to their numerous jmtrons the
arrival of New Goods, such as Carved Oak lied
room Sets, lialtan and Wicker Ware made up
into Stands, Center Tables and Chairs of the
very latest designs; Dining lioom Furniture, Ex
tension Tables a specialty. Also a fresh lot of
1'orlier Curtains in delicate shades, etc., etc., etc.
Bell 525 TELEPHONES Mutual K46
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 859,
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
SOLID OAK BEDROOM BETS,
80KA8, LOUNOK8, WARDROBES,
MIRRORS, MOULDINGS, KTO., ETC.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
Per Iloll of 10 Yards, $12.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
A largo nssortmont
litis just boon ro
coivod per "It. 1
Itichet" and "G. D.
Bryant," and more
to airive per "Transit."
Ho;p;p & Co.
No. 74 King Street,
IMPORTERS, WHOLEBALE AND RETAIL DKALKR8 IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor, Fort and Merchant Stroots.
0. E. Williams.)
Every variety, stylo
and price in the
Kurnituro Hue. The
best and most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
from all tho Cel.-br.ited
Factories In tho United
Do Yon Smoke?
If you do, yon want the bet your
money will buy I have Just re
celvni n choice invoice of the Quest
I which sell from 6 cents up oV5
I cents. While runny people profcr
, Manila Cigars, I linve for their
' bencllt a very choice selection of
all the best known brands ot
i MANILA CIGARS.
For those who don't smoko cigars,
b it "Ml the pipe," I have a lino
, Mterschmui and Briar Wood Pipes,
Alfo Corn Cobs, Etc., Etc.
' TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco and
the fnvorlto brands of Cigarettes aro
I aIo kept on hand In fact any
thine In the Hi e of smoker's re
quisites can be found at the
H. J. Noi.tk, Prop.
THIS SPACE IB
3UL S. LEVY,
Foiit Street, II. 1.
Grocery v Store
3i! NUUANU SritEKT.
Between Hotel and King Street, next to
lfus openeil a Flrst-claxi Grocery Bloro
as aliove. flu will keep always ou hand
the Rest and Freshest
American and English Groceries
j Canned Goods, Etc.,
i Ami do his best to please all
Purchases delivered to all parts
of the City.
IkdC-u.t-i3.al I'oloplion.o 257.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER &" CO., L'n.
At Walkllcl on tor linn and on Palatini
Road near Fertilizing l'ltint. TIiomi 1-ots
are Very Cheap uiui Sold on easy terms.
Desirable Acre Tructs near thu city mid
other Properties for Sale.
11RIKJK WARING & CO.,
Dealers in Lots nud bat d,
1811-tf 603 Fort Street, nmr Kin?.
3STOTIO E3 !
J. Coiiwmuul-r will lo vu llniiohthi as
follows: Tuesday, Jan. ii.'d, Frldty Feb.
1st, Tuesday, Feb. 12th, at 2 r m. fur Iji
liHlim, Mafiukona, Laapahoahoe. li .!.
hlna. Hukalnti, Honuinii, I'obakiiittaiia
and lMo Rettiiutug lcavs Hlloatti v. u,
Monday, Jan. SWtli, ThtUMlay, Feb. 7th,
Jl'indrty, Feb. 18tli, cuiIIdk at Lu'ipahoe
hoH tiaiiiHituy. l,inveHMutmkoimt7A. m.
Tuesday, Jun. Will, Friday, Feb. Bih.Tues
clay, IV I) tt'tli, railing at 1 ahaiua siitne
day, arrlvliiu' at Honolulu same night.
WlLDKR'SSTKAMStm' CO., Vu.
ONK UNDIVIDRI) TWENTIETH
share in ihe Ahnutisa of Honokua
situate in South Kona, Hawaii, containing
an area of (1578 Acres, and being Apaim 0
of R. I'.toftT, L. C. A.77U. Tlioro aro 32S
D-10 Aor.s Ui everv share. This laud ad.
joins Kaluhlki on the South ami I, a valu-
uble properly. A good deal of it is sat-
abloforlJollee.amitlie balance for pastor-
age. It lies near Hookona landing. Prico
Title iwrfect; wutranty deed, nc-
knowledged nud stanied, given to pur.
chaser. For further particulars apply to
J. SI. AIlilSBAHllAT.
Honolulu, January 4, lb'Ji.
(Continued from hi 7(7.)
Charles Warren, sworn, states:
Went ou board a foreigner schooner
and assisted in landing arms at Ka
linin; wont out under orders from
Sam Nowloinj reported the lnuding
to Nowloiu on Friday morninK. arms
wore used in tho fight.
Cross-examination First landing
of arms from a foroign schooner was
mado at Waiinaualo on Thursday
before Nhw Year's: tho second was a
J. F. Bowler; remoinbor Rhowiuir
Bowler over tho ubw building of tho
consolidated telophono companies;
this was between Now Year's and tho '
Sundny of tho uprising; Bowler mot
witness at tho door of the ofllco nud I
expressed a desire to see tho im- '
Cross - examination Am sure j
Bowler wished to go over tho build- j
iug, that is why ho invited him in. ,
Georgo Greou, sworuj states: On j
Sunday, Jan. 0, was assigned at (5 p.
in. to tho squad near tho Mutual
Telephone otlico; on tho following '
morning saw Bowler coming out of
GuHek's Waikiki gate.
A. G. M. Hobortson, sworn, states:
Itomombor going into Criterion on
Dec. 2U with Goorge Brims; Bowlor
took Bruns aside and witness wont
outside and waited; Bruns camo out
and told witness that Bowlor was
after tho same thing as Bertolmanu; !
! had previously told him that Burtol
, maun had asked him to join in tho
W. O. Smith, sworn, states: Am
Attorney-General; Government did
uot kuow arms had been landed un
til Sunday ovoniug, Jan. 0.
M. N. Sanders, sworn, states: Kuow
Bowlor; remember seeing him at
I 12:15 ou tho moraine of Jan. 1, on
King street ; witness came out of
Arlington Hotel and saw Bowlor;
heard him ask hackman Blackburn
whero John Itadiu was; did not hear
answer; the place is aboil (UK) yards
from Gulick's place; the Waimniialo
was searched when she came in ou ,
Friday morning at 5 o'clock, but no
arms wore found.
Blackburn, sworn, states: Am '
hackman; saw Bowler after midnight j
Friday morning; Bowlor asked wit-1
; uuss wiwre Jim iirowu and (101111
Itadin were; ho came from tho Wai-'
1 kiki way on the makai side of tho ,
1 street; witness saw him go as far as '
Cuuha's new building ou King
, Tho prosecution hero rested. 1
Mr. Neumann requested that the
' Court adjourn until 10 o'clock to-!
, morrow morning, as it was impossi- ,
bio for him to put ou the defense nt '
I this stage. He was uuablo to secure i
1 his witness to got their statomouts.
Two of them wore in Oahu Prison I
I as suspects and ho would like to see j
1 them this afternoon. One loft the !
country on Jan. '22. 1
Court adjourned till 10 o'clock '
AH ASTONISHED TEUTON
Visitor to Ernporor William's
I DuriiiK the reception at the Oer
i man Consulate yesterday afternoon
I George Mauson was listeniiiL' out
I side to the music of the baml. An
! euthusiastie (Jurinati, who had evi
i tlentlv mado threo or four calls on
I the German Consul or some other
1 ood fellow, stood close by him and
i finally asked him if ho hail ever seen
, the present Emperor of Germany.
Mr. Maiisou answered that ho had
I not yet had that pleasure.
i "Oh," said the Teuton, "you should
see him just once. Such a fine mau,
so tall and irainl and military look-
ing ami so strong. You shake hands
wit him oueu you never forget it."
Mr. Mauson again pleaded his re
1 grets, but as if Mrttck with an after
thought said, "I never shook bauds
with thu Etnpornr, but 1 have been
iu his grandmother's bedroom."
I Iu holy horror thu Gorman ejacu
lated, "Was, gott iu himiuel, ist das
I Mr. Mauson assured him thai it
was and proceeded to tell tho aston
ished Teuton that when a small boy
on a visit to two great aunts at
Slough, some three miles from
j Windsor, he had been taken by them
to Windsor Castle. Her Majesty
I being absent at the time, and the
( two great auuts being old friends of
mo royai uouseKeepor, lliey were
surreptitiously allowed to outer tho
very bedchamber of Queen Victoria.
Although but a boy of ton years of
age at tho time, Mr. Mauson Bays
tho fact that it was a great queen's
bedroom made such an impression
on him at thu time that he can al
most give au accurate dieeription
uot only of tho royal bod, but of
every piece of furniture iu the room
Tho Gorman was so overcome
with Mr. Manson's story, that ho in
sisted ou taking him to the Gorman
Consul forthwith, but, whether for
tunately or unfortuiiately for Mr.
Mauson, the recoptiou was over.
A Great Btittlo
Is continually going ou in tho hu
mau system. Tho demon of impure
blood strives to gain victory over
the constitution, to ruin health, to
drag victims to tho grave. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the weapon with
which to defend one's self, drive the
desperate enemy from tho Hold, and
restore bodily health for maiiy years.
Hood's Pills euro nausea, sickness,
indigestion and liiliousnoss. 20u.
At Williams' Studio are to bo seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the sot or
II. G, Hiart has removed
I if :nl, B(r,.,,f in ,iu, s(fln nf flhrls
a"u, i, !. ?t , t ?
, Gortz, l-ort streot. There he will
repair watches and make souvenir
spoons and jewelry of every dosorip-
',,',, u,.,,?,,,. i..,u i, , t:..t
' Uo ". limn$ ''V11 the practical
watchmaker for Wonner ti Co. ten
years, lie needs no pulling,
The Daily llulletin, 50 ventt
month, delivered by carrier.
P. Reynolds, Prop.
Periodicals anil Newspvs
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Fine Stationery nud
Optician, Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Oareiiiltv Bulled to nil Sights,
Domestic Sewing Machines
Games , Toys, Dolls,
Always Kept on Ilnnd.
Diaries -1 8 9 5 Diaries
A Nloe Slock Alwav Kept on Hand
to Select fom HOOKS ordored hy
GUITARS FROM l.00 UP.
Flti'cs. Cornets, Piccolo', Ukuleles
nti'l other Instruments. Also Violin,
Itanjn and Guitar Strings and Fit
tings. SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES
for all kinds o' Machines.
Our Great Drive
A HAND MACHINE rat 8.C0.
r. O. JONES.
E. A. JONES
Safe Deposit lnv'stmftiitCo.
NO. 108 FORT BTRKKT.
SAFKS of Various Sires for Rent
the Month or Voir.
m- VAULTS 0en from 8:30 a. m.
until -1 l'. M. except en Saturdays, wheu
they will bo closed ut '1:30 r. m
- WE Ruy nd Sell V rst-clast
S1O0K8 and 1MXDS and make ad
values on same.
Furt, near Hotel Sts.
Ciias. J. Mc'AnTitv, - Manager.
Popular Brands of Straight GoodB
ALWAYS ON HANI!.
Try th- Great
UOCKTAIl. s H
Ity with this retort.
IIKI'OT OF TI1K
Wioland Lagor Boor
Fine Cuysimores. Sorges,
White Linens, Etc
Suits Mado to Order
ON SHORT NOTIOK.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
C. AKIMA, - - 40 Nuuauu Streot.
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
Oor. Allan & Port 8t.,
rpHR UNDKR3IQNKD HAVINO RK--L
reived Letters ot Administration f
the Ksaute of Henri G. McQrew, hereby
makes demand upon all persons havIiiR
property belont;lug to tail Kstuto to de
liver same to him Notiui is also hereby
kWou lo all credlton of the deceased to
pro-ent tli-lr ulslins duly miUiuntlcat-d
w thin kIx mouths fiom this iliitn.
J. O. (IARTKR,
Administrator, '.'"H Merchant strfet.
Honolulu Jan. 21,lk'J 121Nlm
'IM1K UNUKRSIONKD OKKERS A
1 reward of f U.VJ to any one kIvIhk In
formation thttt will lead to thu conviction
of the person who Mole u Diamond Ring
from his promises on Thursday Inst.
1212-tf MILLARD l- GRANDALL.
OFFICE FOR RENT.
irtion ov run of.
A. tlce uow occniilcd hy
ROOMS AND BOARD.
ROOMS AND HOARD
for u few persons can bo
had at Haulwul, ou the Wai
W S. HARTLKIT,
X. premise situte on thu
eust sle of thu old Mnkikl
pliivuroiuid. f iruierlv orou-
tiled liv A. Gurienluiri.'. Km. t'liu Imud.
ings are modern und commodious ami thu
spiclons grounds am UM out in fruit and
ornamontnl t ops. Kasy terms to it deslra
bio tenuut. For further particulars please
upply to RRUOE OARTWRIUHT.
Save Unit tho Amount of Your Oil
Bill Through Saving in Pigment.
Every painter should use Lucol.
stead of Linseed Oil, because :
Lccot is more
lurahlt than Linseed
2. Lucol is more economical
PROOF THAT LUCOL IS MOltE
Six years of actual use in exterior
IioUmo painting in California (the
most trying cliinato for paints), in
tho burning heal of tho Arizona Des
ert, the Arctic cold of Alaska, and on
tho Atlantic coast, huvo fully and
practically bIiowii that Lucol always
outwears Linseed Oil under tho same
conditions. All tho acid works in
San Francisco liuvo discarded Liu
seed Oil for Lucot,.
ILLUSTKATE THIS YOURSELF.
Tut strong ammonia on Linseed and
Lucol paints. The Linseed painU
aro destroyed in a few minutes ; the
Lucol paints are practically untitled- ;
I'ltOOF THAT LUCOL IS MOltE
Break up 1 lbs. paste white lead
in ouo pint of LtlcoL, and tho muiic
quantity in one pun 01 liiiiscuti uu.
Spread the paints on similar dark
I surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads as far as and cover
much better than tho Linseed paint.
To get equally good covering with the
Linseed paint you have to use 2J lbs.
of white lead lo one pint of Linseed
Oil. This means a saving of lb. of
pasto lead to each pint of Lucol, used,
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half the
first cost of the Lu 01..
Lucol is not in competition with
cheap Liiihucd Oil MilistitiitOd.
tats for tfiri ftaiian talfmitt
will tell you
it Is the
FOR 8AIiB 1IY THK
H0LLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Agents for the Hawaiian IsIivihIh.
Drawin9 and Pain,ina
D. Howard Hitchcock
CLASS DAYS, RATES, ETC.
Tuesday and Wetlnusday aftennons or
Tuesday and Wed' o-day morntng, or
Kvery alternate Saturday uftenn on.
Criticisms will bo given twice u week in
The Ulass Room- will no open from 8 a.
m. to 12 noon for morning closses; from I
to fi l'. m for aftt-rii'inu ulus-ics.
Drawing Class, per month $8 00
" " B nglo Lesson.... 1 fiO
1'alntlug Class, per mouth 10 00
" " Sluglo Lesson.... 2 l0
Sketch Class, free to regular class
pupils, to otlar.H 1 Ml
Snoclal rntes for Privato Punlls
and to thou desiring dally study at class
I room. 12.'U-M
Our stock of Holiday
Goods arc now ready for
inspection at our New
tStoro (Wennei's old
stiind) ou Fort Streot.
A carefully selected stock
of Jewelry bought with
an eve ou tho Holiday
Trade and will bo sold at j
P. 0. llox 287.
20 lbs. W
SI YLE !
Four groat requisites of
Men's Wearing Apparel to
be found in all tho Suits
made by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of tho best
known cutters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort Streot
W. W. AHANA.
3S 3 XTvivmuvu Btxaat.
Knglisti, Scotch and American Goods,
Htyle and Fit Uuaratitrml.
Ule: miug & Repairing
Motual Tele. 668. P. 0. Box 14
HOP H1NG & CO.,
W2 UOTKL, BTRKKT
Wholesale Dealers in
Liiprs ai Manila dps
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, KtcH, MHtttng,
Chinese Silks, Teas, Kir.
English and American Groceries
lt livery Coast Steamer.
MUTUAL TKLKPHONK 147.
The Best Lunch in Tuwn.
Pom B.n.d OortHi?
T ALL 11 OU lift
IHH KINKST BKAND.S t)h
Cigars and Tobacco
I.W4YS ON HAND
t3. J. JvTQL,T35G. Prop.
A. Va.rxi.ily ECotol.
Per Day 2
I'ur Week 1H
HPKCIAL MONTHLY IIATK8.
The Rest of AtUiiidnucu, tlm Duct bltuatlon
hikI the Finest Meals in the (Illy.
8. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Cor. King and Nuuauu Street, Honolulu.
Choico Liquors and Fino Beer.
I1KLL TELEPHONE 41)1.
BACK AGAIN TO WORK.
1ST. F. BXTia-EiSS
Is Hgalu prepared to repair Garden Hose,
Sprinklers, Water Tap, ete. Haw Filing
and all kinds of Tools slmrjened, Includ
ing Curving Knives Hint Seizors; Lnwu
MoerHn pcclait : also Betting Giass; In
fact al kinds uf Jobbing. Worn called fur
and rvturi'ed King up Vi'i Mutual Tele
phouo any lime tefor ! a. u. 117lltf
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
KstlniatMs given ou all kiudb ol
S'TONK,i:ONORii.TK A PLASTER WORK
Ck- UUNUUKT A SI-R0UI.TT kA
JOHN F. BOWLER.
O. B 3D"VVIC3-H:T
Uota all klmis of Work iu
0 mem & stone Sidewalks & Curbing.
He has on hand a larije supply of Chi-
iiesu Grutiitu Curb and alwayo ki-eps Ha
waiian Curblnu Stone.
Hell Tele phone
and lowest prices assured
Dishes and Glassware Wautedl
Clocks. Wutnhes and Jewelry Wanted I
Old Gold ami Silver Wanted I
HT EUotaMt Prioaa Paid I
114 King Street, Corner of Alokoa,
" iA- u "