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ETOUHfl BEtaETIfl, DUQflMBIjB 14, 1800.
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E. W. JORDAN'S
No. 10 Store,
. . . GLOVES . . .
Kid Gloves, White, Cream and
-:- Tan -:-
Evening Gloves, 8 to 10 Button Length.
Black GIovcb with white stitching.
Colored Glovos with colored stitohing.
Eoal Roindoer and Kimberly Driving Glotes.
HANDKERCHIEFS . . .
Tho largest assortment of Ladies' White Linen Ha-
Tho largest and best assortment we huva ovor shown.
LACES i 1 1 1
WLito and Butter Valonoionnos Laces with insertion to
iti at oh. . . .
Benl Malteso Lnco with insertions to match.
f (III Stock op
-:- MULLS -:-
White, Colored and Cream Mulls. Something New !
Plain and Figured all CjIots.
WST A (all assortment of Stamped Goods for ombrpd-
A large and varied stock f European and Jap&nete
Rugs. Stair and Ganiogo Cnrpots. All sizes and
XMAS TOYS . . .
Rooking horse?, swinging horses, police patrol wagons,
lg rockers, uuxtors, suoo lly velocipoaes, pusn carta,
oil carriaces.woeons.wheolbarrows, Btiok horse oh i Man,
croquet sots all sizes, swings, airguuB, school drill
guns, magic lanterns, a complete assortment of- games,
mechanic il toys, ohristmas tree ornaments of all kinds,
cossnques and bon-bons,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Small toys of every kind.
LEATHER GOODS . . .
Indies' purses, storling silver mounts, Indies Morocco
and calf bnudkorcbiof bags, ladies' lambBkin and filt
Dorothy bags. ,
No. 10 Store,
from Yokohuma to Victoria In
Steamship time between hero
and the Orient wob established by
the British four-master Lynton,
Captain Frasor, which made the
Royal roads last ovoning in tow of
tho Lome. Tho Lynton iB just
thirty-two days from Shanghai,
in ballast for orders, and of this
time seventeen days woro occu
pied in getting as far north as
xoKouama, mo remainder ot tlio
voyage being covorod in just tho
ormnnrv timn rnnnirnrl liv anvnrnl
of tlio big steamship liners plying
regularly on mo route. TlieJUyn
ton is a handsome typo of craft.
She is a Liverpool bottom, and
was launched on February 9, 1891.
Her first voyrgo was botwoen
Liverpool and Caloutta, made in
ninoty days. Hor next trip was
from Calcutta to Philadelphia in
ninety-two days. She mado tho
return trip in ninety-four days,
and noxt sailed for Boston, being
109 days on tho way. From Bos
ton she lowed to New York, where
she loaded for hor last port of
call. Tho ship ib 2321 tons regis
ter, and is modornly and pnlatially
appointed throughout. Victoria
COLLISION AT EUHLKA.
Ex Barkentine Castle
1500 F,OlSLl,g'GjS Of
Tho Tub Ranxcr mid Schooner Ocea
nia Vmiee Craali ToRollisr.
. Eureka, Cal., Nor. 17. Tho
tug Ranger wont outsido tho bar
today to tow in tho Bchooner
Oceania Vanco, bound to this
port to load lumber for Sydney.
When the tug was noaring tho
Bchooner, tho latter suddonly
mado a tack, coming onto tho tug
boforo hor captain realized his
dangor. Tho sohoonor's jibboom
swept tho upper workB of the tug,
taking out tho mast and rigging
and smokestack, and demolishing
the whistle and Btcam-pipos. Con
nections with tho boiler wore
broken and steam escaped so
rapidly that tho tug was forced to
mako for harbor, which was
The tug Buhno wont to the as
sistance, but her sorviceB wero not
necessary. Tho bar became very
rough shortly afterward and tho
schooner was unable to get in and
her damages cannot bo ascertain
ed until she reaches port tomor
row. Tho damaged schooner is well
known in this port.
ORDERED TO CHINA.
Tho Little Gunboat Petrel Attached to
Admlrnl AIcNnlr's Nqnndrou.
Washington, D. 0., Nov. 20.
Admiral McNnir's Asiatio squa
dron is to bo iucreasod by tho
addition of tho cruiser Petrel, now
ropairing at the nuvy-yard, Mnro
Island, Cal. Orders havo boon is
sued to place that vessel in com
mission December 10 with Lieutenant-Commander
Wood in command. This officer
is at present attached to Admiral
Ramsay's staff in tho Bureau of
Navigation, having been for tho
past two years in charge of tho
enlisted men of the navy.
The crow of the Petrol will bo
obtained largely from tho Adams,
which is expected homo from Ho
nolulu in a couplo of weeks. Tho
Petrel on account of her small
sizo.iB especially adapted to as
cending tho Chinese rivers, and
her Inst duty was on tho Asiatic
station, where sho spent tho
winter boforo last frozen at Now
Ohwang, noar Port Arthur.
At Emma Square.
Tho Hawaiian Government
band will play at Emma square
this evening at 7:30, with tho fol
Overture Semlramlde Rossini
Finale Carmen Ulzet
tiuli'Ctluii Pirates of Penzance Sullivan
One, Two, Turce, Four; Maul Girl; Wal
Fantasia- -Dance of tbe Goblins I.oinlne
Marcli La Flrata Iioncovlerl
Fantasia Cocoanut Dance Met man
Waltz La Oltana Uui-nluul
If you are in doubt about what
to give for a Christmas present,
let us advice yon to give a picture,
you are sure to hit it right. Every
ono is fond of pictures and thoro
is nothing whioh affordB so much
pleasure King Bros., 110 Hotel
Furniture ! -:- Furniture !
Oonea.gfri.eci to .
Ordway & Porter.
Largest Shipment Ever Brought to Honolulu.
NEWEST DESIGNS !
FINEST FINISH I
BEST QUALITY !
Most Complete Stock and the Greatest
ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN FUR
NITURE AND HOUSE FUR
NISHING GOODS !
"Will be placed in our "Warerooms
at once. Particulars in a few
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Hotel and Bethel Streets.