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Utgli tfHl Slw).
Jj.int night of tlia Hrawlejw.
Hand hI JtnilimHiiiHirt nl-llW).
'Mnkoo Island oonueil at H p. in.
Nothing miw in tlio lliglmr
A lniiillonln sale is ntttortiiu'il
villi hii intou'sting lint of goods.
J. Alfred Magoon hits for snlo
tliroo lols with good cottages on
King Bros, tins closing oul n
linn of photo albums and plush
toilol b0t8 lit CObt.
- .U , Mr
l'eok will givo nuothor il-
Ulblo li'CtlllO ut Ihu
lodisl Chin t;li tomorrow even-
"Nancy fc Co." ib the attraction
nl Ihu Opeta Uouhe this evening,
last of tlio Fiawley Company en
gagement. B. I'. Killers & Co, will Sulci est
if not adtonir.li ott next week iu
their large squaroof thuBuJ.Lrm
TIiobc who npprrciato potatoes
that aro potatoes can have thi'in
ot tho City Feed Store, Old Armo
ry building, Boretania street.
Hardware dealers liavo lwu
notified by tho Marshal that they
must exorcise great care in tho
disposal of arms and ammnni
Don't 1'oiiukt Uhen T. V. F.
"The Very Finest" whiskey ever
imported to the Inland in nou on
eiilo at the Hoval An.m:x. It's
Scotch und it's Al.
M. Mcluorny has a Bplendid
stock of mon's wear and furnish
ings. Evoryouo who deals there
known lie is gotting sterling qual
ity for his money.
Captain Fornancles headed a
raid on a Chinese gambling crib
iu Puuou, capturing ten men
found at a game of fantau, as
many more otcupiug.
Mr. Monroe will deal with the
question of whethor tho Christian
Church has a creed iu tho morn
ing, and iu the evening preach on
"Tlio Search for Immortality."
The Frawloy Company leave
for tho Coast ou the Mariposa,
duo hero December JOth. They
opou up their second San Fian-
cisco season on the zist at tlio
Ordwoy & Porter yestorday by
mistake got only half tho space
they li'id hired for announcing
new slocks. They occupy the
whole tenitory today and it will
pay you to explore it.
Mtb. George E. Boardman callij
the attention of the public to her
annual display of niticlcH mutable
for holidr.y gifts, which iu now
ready for inspection at her resi
dence, Luualilo streot.
Tho new telephone poles being
put up on King street aro fitted
to cat ry 110 wires for the pronoiit.
By putting up three moro cross
pieces on each polo their carrying
capacity will bo increased to 170
A fund Btaited by the Advertis
er with the $15 balance from
Captain Cochrauo's lopor.'s Christ
inos box of last year ha reached
tho figure ot S!J4,50. This year
tho object is to buy a music box
. for tho lepers costing 125.
"Willi, Nichols Co. aro tho solo
and exclusive agents for Finney's
Hawaiian Directory. A supply
was delivered to thorn today.
Peoplo on tho othor islands who
wish a copy cau secure one
promptly by addressing tho above
N. S. Sachs gives a list of gools
suitablo for the season, in this pa
per, which will make many n
foininino heart pulsate ten throbs
to tho minuto faster. Ho chal
lenges tho trado for bettor values
iu tho market. Look in thoro
At 5 p. m. today tlio autumn
exhibition of tho Kilohaua Art
Longuo will oloso. Mr. Hitch
cock will romovo his unsold works
to tho Pacific Hardwaro Co.'h art
gallery. They compriso, besides
tho chiof onos nlroady described,
some suporb and typical Hawaii
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Jktter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand,
Auk Your (Ifucer I'or ft.
UNION FEED CO., Hole A(jcnls.
II' WW OWE m TRIAL
I,HMHV llW'HMHM AMI
put. Monnis 1111,0.
il'itrl Alli'K.I)(l(inttii Hrlli'il-I.ltit
lluui a.r i'ruiUrr Hint rrr
In the District Coutt (his inoin
ingWai Ainu whs tried for robbery,
Hie pioHocutor admitting at the
outset that only $120 wiih taken
fiom him. Defendant was dis
charged, as four alloyed accuin
plioos had been ou Friday.
Five single caws wont over to
future dales, also thusoof seven of
the cHptives of a raid on a fatitnu
game at Fauna. Three out of tho
ten capturud pleaded guilty and
theii t-cutewcri wmo defortod till
S. Lowden and A. Ii. Morris
were called up for smuggling
opium. A nolle ptopequi was en
tured iu the case of Mr. Lowden.
An objection to (he charge was
noted ou the ground of undue
alleging of defendant A. L. Mor
ris "guilt" befor ho is ho proven.
F. ii. MoStocker, Deputy Col
lector General of Customs, was
the first wiluees. He testified to
tho entij of goods from the steam
er Mount Lebanon, from Port
land and Yiclorin, to tho "Wash
ington Feed Co. by S. Lowden.
Other facts elicited are already
Port Surveyor Geo. C. Strale
mover, Inspector Mnuoka nud
Storekeeper J. J. Kolly gavo ovi-
I dence of the seizure of opium not
'directly implicating defendant.
Inspector W. Jl. Storey, however,
told of defendant's having
pivssed him to deliver eight
boxes of crackers for Water
houso beforo tho permit was
presented or tho goods were
examined. Defendant said Wa
terhouso was kicking. This was
on Monday, the day beforo tho
seizure. Defendant came again
for Waterhouse's crackers Tuesday
morning and said, 'They're kick-
ing." Ho told defoudant ho could
get the goods if Schmieden
.let him. In cross-examination,
witness admitted conversation
with defendant yestorday, when
l ho voluntarily said to him, "I
t don't think they can do anything to
j you." The lived iu tho samo cot-
i The trial was adjourned at noon
l.-i'liirr to I,nilli4.
On Monduy afternoon iu tho
Y. M. C. A. Hall, Dr. Emily U.
llyder is to deliver a lecture to tho
ladies of the city, entitled, "How
Not to bo III." This lecture is to
be followed by a series of lectures
on hygienic subjects. Dr.
Udder's lectures aro reputed to bo
eminently on practical lines nud
ou subjects that interest all ladios.
Technical nud scientific terms aro
avoided, ho that all may bo fully
able to follow them. In tho Aus
tralasian cities these lectures havo
attracted largo and enthusiastic
itudii-ncPri of ladies, tho high
moral tone of tho lectures being
universally acknowledged, and as
tho Dr's. testimonials extend
rouud the globe, sho is likely to
be appreciated by tho ladies hero,
for health is a subject in which
all oio interested. Tho fact that
these lectures aro given to curry
on work for tho child wivos of
India will add double intereBt.
Admission to the lecture on
Monday will bo free.
CITY FEED STORE,
Old Armory, licrctunh Street.
L. H. Dee & Co.
Hay, OaU, llran, MldillhiL'ii. Ctioii Feed,
Oil Coku .Meal, lluck Salt. Alfalfa Hay,
Flour, Itolletl ilailey, Itolled Outs, Crackul
Corn and Wheat. Oregon Uurbank l'itatoe
hipped from Cullfornia and Oregon regularly.
Throe Lota with Comforlablo
and Tasty CottageB theroon situ
ate on Makiki streot, near Borota
uin, Honolulu. Tho yards aro
plauted with Shrubs end Ornn
montal Trees. "Will bo sold to
gothor separately. Apply to
J. ALF1USD MAGOON.
Itltftx l i( ftl ii 1 . mviiiiiik Hntwli liirot t (rm I Hmt.
Light of Africa
Dispels the Gloom
from winds darkened by care,
worry, Kricf, overwork, or disease.
Better dispense with tho Kimbcrly
diamonds or tho Coast Kano Kola
than with tlio African: nut from
which is prepared tlio new tonic,
It uplifts, brightens, dissipates
WcarinebS and Fatigue, imparts
Strength and Endurance, hastens
Convalescence, ruin forces tho
Heart, tones the Nerves, and deep
ens the Breathing; To the Aged
and Feeble it gives fresh I,ife
and Vigor. Palatable, Refresh
ing, .Sustaining, Kon-mtoxicatinjj,
no bad aftcr-vilcct
Brunswick PharmEca! Co.
JOIIH80X ic JOHNSON, bvllint; Agentf,
HOBRON DRUG CO., Agents.
Trusting that you may bo in-
terested in cycling, wo take the
liberty of Mating to yon a fow
I facts about our wheoU:
Wo need not trouble yon with
needless description of tho World
Famed "RAMBLER" Bicycle,
which by its easy running, np
pearnnce, strength nud lastiug
qualities has won for I ho makers
a name world renowned.
Tho "RAMBLERS" are equi
pod with tho great G.&J. Detach
itblo Tiro, which since its intro
duction to Honolulu 1ms proved,
by the mioihors iu use, tho most
successful nud necessary adjust
ment 1 1 a bicycle.
Wo take groat ploasuro in re
comendiug to our friends the
"RAMRLER" and trust that iu
furnishing one to any person they
will never havo occasion to regret.
Our toruiB aro such that a bicy
cle is no longer a luxury but a
necessity in actual saving of timo
nnd money. Wo would ask you
to but call-nnd got our figures.
As is customary nearing tho
closo of eaoh year, tho makers in
order to got ready for tho ensuing
year, oifor tho present 1890
wheols at reduced prices. Wo aro
now prepared to give our cus
tomers tho benefit of theso reduc
tions as long as our stock holds
out. For thoeo wishing an up to
dato wheol of the highest grade,
ono which wo can guarantee to
tho fullest extent, wo would offer
tho "KAMBLEH." As to im
provements for the coming season
wo would oay wo anticipate none.
Such changes uhich may bo made
will, as has been tho past two
years, bo changes immaterial to
tho improvement of tho wheel in
Kindly give this some thought
or call your friouds'attontion to it
E. 0. Ha!! & Son
Rh Kolafra 1
MOOMMSMK A, '0.
E vsl u'i ZtAi&M.
.lames Campbell, a bnilor maker
of the Honolulu Iron Works,
sustained a severe accident on tho
mmine railway yesterday. Ho
was working at the inset tion of
the new plates, when a htaging of
1 tho steamer's painters fell ou him.
His body was badly bruised. Mr.
Lyle, superinti'tideut of tho rail
way, temporarily dressed his in
juries with curatives and bandages',
after which Mr. Lycctt, foreman
of the boiler makets, drove the
injured man to Dr. K tinsel's hotioo
for examination. No bones woro
broken but it was feared thero
might bo internal injuries. Mr.
Jjjcett wants to praise tho prelim
inary treatment by tho superin
tendent nud tho promptness with
which it was bestowed.
Jayasuraya has received a
Hrgo invoice of Ceyloneso novel
ties, jewelry, etc., for tho holiday
trado. Many handsome articles
aro on exhibition at his storo
No. 0 Hotel street.
Public notice is hereby given
that tho undersigned, L. Ablo, has
distrained and levied upon the
goods and cliattels, tho property
of certain persons doing business
under the firm namo of Sui On
Tai, for rent duo by tho said firm
Sui Ou Tai to said L. Ahlo and in
arrears to tho amount of Two
Hundred and Twenty-Bir Dollars
and Fifty Cents for rents of cer
tain premises situate on Nuuunu
Street, near tho corner of Chap
lain Street, Honolulu, to wit:
1 tin Chinese ten,
1 1 bottle of oil,
2 lurgo IxlU of pnper,
2 lies Chinese, matting,
i box Chinese, (nun,
1 1 boxes ujHtclieH,
'I Chint-Mi tea potx,
iO Chinese plater,
in Litis t-'ntu Shu cups and spooux,
0 pl.'KH Chinese, bowln.
JIM pVi! (.'hiuco letter paper,
110 Chinese, hooloi,
III i'hh josh paper,
III pairs Chinese, shoes,
21 ns'td books,
.'I IkIIh ribbon,
2 rm reil paper,
2 ptM towel,
1 pr hooks for mos l o
,1 Ik:(1 (pliltil,
,t bxs undershirts,
1 bdlo lump wick,
C uVx bruid,
t boxes pills,
1 box's tooth bmuhe-',
2 bo i os dominoes,
.' bills Chlneso ink,
4 boxes Jup soup,
!) boxes opium pipes,
1 pkgu Chino-u buttons,
1 iox pon li'ilders,
8 i Jiks note paper,
1 lot pens,
1 tin Kerostno oil,
0 uxe lmndltH,
4 part keps mills,
1 rairbnuks' stindard solos,
1 box tolmcoj,
2 bdls Chinese pupor,
4 b Us (jrceu beaus,
It) lincliOi m.itohes 4 gross,
0 tins Chiucbo ten,
2 ttus lobster,
0 tins sardines,
0 lwwls ginger,
97 rolls paper,
;.'t Chili) hh boxes,
10 opium 1ii1U,h,
It) pnpi ih of uiuccaroui,
7 b lis piper,
2.1,000 firo cruokcrs,
7 boxes toilet soup,
5 bdls paper,
20 jars sweet plums,
100 pkgs of Chinese, topers,
J box ten,
1 lot soy cups and spoons,
1 lot lnmp burners,
1 gross rice spoons,
box sundries, ,
11 hx Chinese preserves,
I lot liar honp,
.1 bdls bamboo poles,
3 bills rattan,
1 bill i;nis8 matting,
1 wheel barrow,
Part box dried orange,
'i bxes Incenec sticks,
t rtovo und pipe.
And notico is further given
that said goods and chattolB will
bo sold at the public auction
rooms of Jas. F. Morgan, on
Queen Streot, at 10 n. in., tho 23rd
day o December, A. D. 1890, to
satisfy tho ront duo and in arrear
as aforesaid. L, AlILO.
Duted, Deo. 5, 1S9G. -170-151
Holiday Ooodh '.
N. S. SACHS"
A. line AsHortmont, i
Useful and Ornaraontal Goods,
at exceedingly low prices. . i
1-Iand 33a gs, Cliatloins and PnrON.
in alligator and senl and fancy leafier. . ,
1-Iand Run 3Lace- Scaris nnd Collarettes?,
in the very lotest designs. , J
33attonborg Laco Scax-f and Fancy Tidies,
with equnres to match
Guipux'e Scarfs and Kmb. Toilet Sets.
A few choice pairs of
Chenille and Two toned Hafcinette Vortiores,
theBO aro now and ary elegant. . . ,
JUmbroidered Doylies, line Danio.skTowels,
a most elaborate nssortmoht of
Ladies 3imbroidered Irlandkoi'oliiefs.
These aro absolutely and beyond any question
of doubt, the best values in tho market.
Lace 33ed Sets, Drawn "Work Squares.
At Prices that
Don'f . Forget . the . Liitls . Folks !
Cashmere and Silk Conts, Silk
Bonnets, elegant Muslin Embroid
ery Hats, fine Infant DrcssP,T3ibs,
etc., etc., etc., etc.
Our Big Doll Will Be
WE RE, REDY
To supply your wants in Men's Furnishing Goods with tho
most comploto and choicest stock wo havo ever laid beforo tho
public. If you aro in doubt as to what you would like to
presont to your friends or relations, lot us show you ovor our
goods, and you will surely find something substantial and sor
vicoablo, that will gladden tho hearts of thoso who recoivo thorn.
Neokwear of ovory description, Collars and Cuffs, Handkor
chiofs, Silk, Liuon or Cotton, plain or printed; Huspondors
either Silk or Cotton; Dross Shirts, Negligoo, Shirts aud Night
Robes, Hnts oithor Folt or Straw, for Men or 13oys, Smoking
Jackots, Panama Hats, Buggarce in many dodgns. Collar
and Cuff Buttons, Bosom Studs, Sloovo Links, Boy's Shirt
Waists. Roadyto-wear-Suits for Men aud Boys, Valises and
Hand Bags, spmo very new onos in Alligator; and a great
many other things.
S ABE RDAS HER.
Corner of IToi'fc
will Please All.
and Merchant Sts-