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Commencim? SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5,
lbDG, I will havo ou exhibition a lnrgo and va
ried assortment of Holiday Goods received
from Japan by the S. S. Sakuru Muru, ou Nov
ember 'SO, consisting of
Ladies' and Gents' Silk Kimonos
Ladies' Morning Gowns ,nd Jackets,
Gentlemen's Smoking J 'ckota,
Japanese Toys and Novelties
Porcjlain aud Lacquer Ware,
Ourius of .Every Description.
This consignment in mitl will be the largest
brought to Honolulu this seu9ou. The goods
und prices are too various to enumerate, but wo
havo thorn for the rich as well as the poor.
IniictiiM' of Straw Hats
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Girls aud
t ll8 N"au
MUEATA fc CO.
Are about to receive a biff kIooI; of . , .
.... Tbo Tory finest of One Hues.
Look J uS For t's ! ur Present Slock Will SSc Sold
Belcw Oojs-t I
To make room. Coiuu iu aud iuvcBtiguto. IT WiLLi PAY YuU.
AND ALL KINDS
MURATA & CO., 301
Wm. G. Ikwin.
San Franctteo Ayciit The Nuvaiu Bank op
Hit AW !vf!MinT! ov
Ban Fiian'ciscu 'ill. r t.uJa .u of Ban
Loniion The Union Bunk oi London, hid.
New Youk American Exchange National
Ciiioaoo Merchant National Hank.
1'aius Comptolr National d'Kscompt do
Behlin Dicdner Bank.
HONUKONU AND YOKOHAMA Hongkong &,
Shanghai Banklni: Corporation.
New Z-baland ani Austkaua Bank of Now
Victoria, and Vancouveu Bank of Mont
real. Transact a General Banking anl Eicliange Business
Term and Ordinary Depolsts Received.
Loans mado on Approved Security. Com
mercial and Travelers CiuliU Issued. Bills
of Exchanpo bought and sold.
Collections 1'komiti.t Accounted Fon.
F. 0. JONES.
E. A. JOKES
HAVE 10H SALE
A Few Shares of
Pain Sugar Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Government and 1st
Mortgage Sugar Planta
C3T For particulars apply to
Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
400 Fort Btrciet
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal cities
of the world.
ISlaclo to Any Shape by Oi der
iVhvays Stock Great Vaiietv
P. i ). Box iOO
OF DRY GOODS!
Nuuanu & 2 Hotel streets.
Tjje Yokohama Specie Bank;
Subscribed Capital Yon 12,000,(100
Paid Up ( npitul Yen 4.5(10,000
Reseno Fund. Yen 4,130,000
HEAD OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES.
Kobo, London, Lyous, New York,
San Krnucihco, Shanghai,
Bombay, Hong Kung.
Transacts a Guuorul Banking and Ex
Agency Yokohama Spetio Bank
Hew Republic Building, 111 King St., Mc-min.
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors and Provisions, Sakl a specialty.
108 Keknanaoa Htieet. Telepbono 70,1.
W. W. Ahana
Makoi Clothing to ORDER of th
very best materials and in the very
lutest stylo. . ,
A Perfect JTit
ALL OF MY WORKMEN AFB
Cleaning and Repairibg a Specialty
W. W. AHANA.
Suits io order. Pit Gtinrnntcod. Fine Dnck
Suit, $5 up; FiueTwecdPautB, $4.C0 opi
Fino tiuit, $18 up. Clotht-H elcaued and re
paired. 200 KING STltEET.
P. O. Box 144
C T. AKANA.
No. 324, Nuuanu streot.
MERCHANT TAILOR, v
Fine Suitings made to order at lowest prices
145 Clothes cleaned and repaired.
023 Fort Btreot, Yee Sing Tul Building.
LadiBs Dress Maker.
Rr Fine woik n Kpcclulty. Also, very
fino Underwear mado to order. All wqrk
't ' ' " '
125 FORT STREET,
noxt to Lucas' Mill
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
013 to G21 Fort Street.
Blacbmitliing in All Its Branches.
W. W. WKkThT, Proprietor.
(Successor to Q. West,)
CQiisoliflated SoSi Wster Co., LU
Corner Alien & Fort Sta., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
C. r. DWIGHT
Tnkes contracts for all kinds of STONF
WOltK, monument work, cement nnd
stone fddowidks nnd curbing. I havo on
hand tho best Hawaiian stono, Chinese
gruuito, cto. Fino stuno for mouumentitl
work. Estimates Riven aud lowest prices
assured. Telephone 833.
L. C. ABLES,
Real Estate and General Business Agent
207 Merchant Stroot.
Telephone 130. .PZ&r P. O. Box 80(1.
SANG YUEN KEE & CO.
Dealers hi Tinware, ete , Piping Laid
RT" Orders solicited; eliurges very mo
derate. o.:i0J) Niiutliiti St. ,4 doors abovolviug St.
FOR . . .
Best Imported Chinoso Tea,
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
Fine Chinese Tuns iicshly imported. Very
VINC3 TAI LUNf.
ulll Nuuanu street
CHEONG KEE CO.
All Smds ot tinware, crockery,
)to, at lowest jincos. ....
Ml N iiiHiiii Hurt ilntfll Rtreetf
WIxN'G WO TAI
214 Nuuniiu streot
Importers and Duulcra iu
en oral -:- j rcliniBdisc.
Fino Manila Cigars, Chiucso nud Jnpa
noso Ciookoryware, Mattings, Vabes of all
kind. C'amphorwood Trnuks, Itattan
Chairs. A lino 4Bnortmeut of Dress Silks.
Choicest brands of Cliineso und Japanoso
Teas of latest importation.
&Xf New Goods by every Bteomer.
Mutual Tel. 2C0 1'. O. Box IPS
No. 337 Xuunnn stroot.
Has just received a now line of
DKY GOODS, LADIES AND GENTfc
SHOES .VND GENEI.'AL MEBOUAN.
Agent for tho followlug rieu pluntationp;
Walplo, Waiawit, Wuiuialu, Wtiialuw
$J& My rice from Kaueohe is mjrtod
L A and is guaranteed Al.
P. O. Box 114, . . . . Tolephonn 1HB.
MANUFACTURER, : UPHOI
STERlillt : AND : DEAL
ER : IN ... .
Furniture, Bedding, Etc., Eft
Contractor and Builder.
No. 80, Nuuanu street.
Uas on hand Coffins, Camphor Trunk
Matting, Wardrobes, Desks, .MntiosBo,ot'
gsz uuii in unit msped rooms.
YEE SING TAI CO.,
Contra cloii T3uildera,
Furuituro Dealers and 1'aintorfl.
Fort Street, opposite Club Stables.
TOM CHUNG KEE,
'J13 Nuuanu Street.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
Boots and Shoes to order. I nso tho best
material. Goods warranted towear well. H2-
QUONG SAM KEE& CO.
Importers and Dialers In
145-tf Comer King and Maunakf a Sts,
I ' v I 'l'
DECEMBER 9, 1890.
LATEST NEWS FROM HILO
iti.MiwniK liirr p.y mu ;vi:i-
.llOKi; TO TIIK IOW.V.
ItPiiiH from llii! :nirco Iiulii.try l'oi I
By tho Clnudino Hilo pupors of
Inst week nro to hand, and tho
following items are coudemuud
from tho Trilmno nf Sattirdny:
A public meeting was to bo
hold on Sunday to hour the report
of tho committco on sitos for pro
jected I'ovenunnut builditiu.
"Rotter tho day, hotter the deed.''
The Portuguese of Ililo cele
brated their Rostornliou Day with
much enthusiasm. Thoro woro
morning mnsB and evening To
Deum m church, with outside
illuminations and morry making.
Tho Roderick Dim will curry
this up trip, consiiitMl to tho well
known coffee dealers of tho Coast,
J. A. Folgcr and Co., the first
shipment of tin- loiitj uuffcu crop
of Olnn. It is beiny sent by Mr.
C. E Ru'luudbon nud consists of
soventy bags in parchment. This
is about one half of tho crop raised
on fifteen acres iu Olau bolouging
to Captain Elderts. Last year
this same gcntlomun furnished
thirty hags, which, by tho way,
wup the firtt cottVo shipped direct
from Ililo to any foreign port.
Mrs. Plunkett, mother of Dr.
Williams' wife, loft for home by
the bark Roderick Dhu.
Postmaster Severanoo has boon
instructed by Mi. Out, P. M. G.,
to start a fivo day mail service bo
tween Ililo aud llatnakua.
St. Mary's beat Boarding
School baseball team by 27 to 2G.
The cultivation of tho camphor
tree is recoiviug much attention.
A grass fire at Waimea burned
100acres and at last accounts was
Tho Kilauea ColTeo Co. will
plant some Guatemala coffee at
Dr. C. II. "Wot more has bought
tho old Foreign church for $51)0
aud presented it to tho Library
Association, to whoo lot on Wai
ntmeuuo streot it will bo moved.
Tho bell li" presented to tho
Portuguese Prntpstnut church.
A surprise party invaded the
homo of .Mr. and Mrs. Robert
More ou Monday evening.
A Kauai gentleman, who unwit
tingly violated tho bridge law
lately, v.'iih served with a wariaut
at Luupahoehoo last week Tues
day and paid fivo dollars.
J'lio Ttibuiie sii)h Honolulu has
gono stago mad
Hilo's new hotel will cost $20,
000. If. McMillan of Honolulu is
bossing the instalment of a triplo
effect in tho Portuguese sugar
A masonic lodge is projected iu
.illliiic Itiicft nl Honolulu.
Hilo Tribune: It is regrottublo
that what should bo an impas
siouate discussion of the condi
tions that should govern tho an
nexation of tho Iblauds to tho
Uuited States has already de
generated into petty Biiarling and
word quibbling by tho Honolulu
press. "Wo are informed that tho
nstuto diplomatist, John W. Fob
tor, met such an array of intelli
gence in Honolulu that ho was
nonplussed ot ouco. For keen
perspicacity wo are told that
Honolulu cannot bo surpassed.
Those saiiiQ Honolulu solons aro
wont to to 1 us Hiloites "wo must
first agree among ourselves, res
poet each othor's wii-hop, closo up
our faotion-rauks, then Hilo will
bo listened to, considered, aud
doubtless our wishos complied
with." If thoro novor was a jour
nalistic kilkonny cat fight exhibit
ed boforo in Honolulu it is on
view now. Old, musty, moBS
grown factions aro being tejuvon
ated, stood up, and faced each
other and tho Star and Advertiser
tiro screeching over thorn. Oh !
it's a protty sight for united Ililo
to look upon.
Singers lead tho world. Ovor
13,000,000 mado and sold. High-
est awards at the World's Colum
bian Exposition for excellence of
construction, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, great speed, ad
justability, durability, caso of
learning nnd.couvoniouco of ar
rangement. B. Borgorsen, agent,
lGi Bothol streets.
? a tliJF)9BtTC9nPHflBiVPra
1 ' ;Wv'"p
I'FOOD for INFANTS! 1
I1K IIM B
Wo lmvo received nn imtnenso stock of Infants and .
Invalids Foods, consisting
Mellins', Eestle's, Horlicks',
Lactated, Imperial Granting
And last, but not lenst, the only
i -AjAJQigp- .j
" We haven't any put ticulur hobby to force on jou,
but if you want food for Infants or Invalids, the place to
get it is at tho
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
TtEO, H' OVies Co,i
Commission . Agents I
H. KACKFELD & CO.
Importers und Dealors in
WE mKh MEJt
a HACKFELD & CO.
201 to 215 Fort Street.
Just Received and Tor Sale
At the New Stand, King Street,
(Adjoining the Arlington.)
Whole Wheat Flour,
Golden Gate Flour,
Fresh Almonds and Walnuts,
Cal. Block Butter,
Onions, Etc., Etc.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMl'ORTEllS AND DEALEBB IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
New Goods Itocoivod by Every l'nclcot from tho Eastern States and Europo
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMEBJ
All Orders faithfully ottcuded to aud Goods Delivered to any
1'iut ot tho City FHEE,
I3LAHD OllDHM SOUCITKD, ...... BaTISFAOTIOK QpAnASTUJ?
EAST COKNEi: TOUT AND KING STREETS.
in part of .
W T J I
212 King Street.
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1 """y - ' " .I'' $$jftifi