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DANIEL. LOGAN, Editor.
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TUESDAY, DEO. 15, 189G.
CROWN THE VICTOR.
What Uawuiiau capitalists
an do when thoy Bot tboir teeth
and resolve to go ahead 1ms just
lad probably tho grandost illus
tration on record in tho virtually
instantaneous floating of a vast
ow plantation on this island of
4)ahu. To rnontion names with
honor for the uchiovoraent would
1m iuvidiom, only excoptiug that
tft tho iudofutigablo promoter of
Cbo enterprise, as ho was of tho
nil way that opened tho way for
JBwa and Kahuku plantations in
eloso Buccesdion to itsolf. Bon
jnniin P. Dilliughuiu has through
a sea of obstaclos, in too many
cases wantonly placed beforo him,
landed in n position that untitles
linn to tho laurolfl of a groat pub
lic benefactor. Tho oldor news
paper "hni-ki" of Honolulu are
prouder of nothing more than
they are of tlioir faith in and sup
port of Mr. Dillingham ten years
fend moro ago, whun ho started
lis hard battle for tho railway
anil its corollaries of agricultural
development on this island.
It wa "a great day at Blon
lutiiii," as the lapover top lino of
tho Sun FranciBco Chroniclo's
care head puts it, and tho same
St the town of Wo nlstock, when
ho Prince and Princess of Wales
ttnd other royulties paid a stato
visit to the Duke and Duchess of
Harlborough. The Duchess was
formerly Miss Consuelo Yander
fcilt, whose millioned dowry was
not needed as in tho caso of other
ioh American girls married to
liansatlautic titles to maintain
ihe dignity of her spouse. The
"Woodstock '"town daddies" oscort
ed the regal procession to tho
gates of the pitluco on foot
nd " there was an imposing
jojilitnry escort besidos. Nuptiul
alliances of American women
with British-Wuieiueu of live
vpiftnionh -Hiieh as tho Duko of
Aim thorough, who is ambitious to
siuku a iiamo l'oi himself iu genu
iuo sot vice of his country should
sot bo occasion for unmingled
regret in tho United States, whose
young iikmi cn liml just as good
fish in their seas actor tho success
ful angling of tho predatory aris
tocrats Line, tho fortune of a
l'aiuhi oilt id not to bo do-tpiscd
lor a uatcli, but then it must tuko
a good dnl to keep up with a
"VamWbilt's style of housekeep
ing. Only one opiuion is hold by tho
ladies who are attending Dr. Emi
ly Braineid it dor's course of
looturos on health. That is, that
it is goud for them to bo there.
"Without any desire to bo oflicious,
tho Bulletin would suggest that
tho fair audionco should, on tho
ecctinion of the closing lecture,
appoint a tinio and placo for orga
nising themselves into a Health
and Dross Reform League. It
-wottJft .P a good means of defense
against tho tyranny of Dame
J'aahiou when she attempts to
dictate anything like the rovival
f tho wire cage skirt monstrosity
uf u littlo moro th'in a goueration
"Handle with cure," is a good
label to put on now discoveries
with mysterious properties such
ta tho X rn, according to tho
warning continued in a dispatch
from Hiawatha, Kansas, which
Bays: "Mids Carrio Liobougood,
who Bubmittod to au X ray teat of
lor foot, has had lo havo that
janinbor amputated as a result of
iho oxporimont. Within :i fow
days after tho to.st, w liich was con
ducted by Professor Blake of tho
bo invited to attend tho conven
tion of tho International Epworth
Loaguo in Toronto in July and
reply to tho address of wolcomo
to bo dolivered by Lord Abor
doon." So says a Toronto dis
patch of recent dato, and tho ovont
in quostion would bo a most
happy tokon of international good
fellowship. It might indeed go a
long way toward promoting tho
oppressed desire of the Liberal
administration of tho Dominion
for commercial reciprocity.
Blessed rain has fallen in most
of tho districts of Bengal and a
Calcutta dispatch says if it con
tiuuos immediate danger of a
sovoro famiuo will bo averted.
How impious is tho growling
sometimes heard in Hawaii at the
showers that sweoton tho air and
eavo tho whole country from
That wonderful motor said to
havo beeu invented in Now York
may bo only n dolusion, but some
thing like it is on the way, and
will soon bo evorywhore. Then
tho bicyclo will bo only a curious
relic or at best n rucing machine.
That something came of the
Ozur's visit to Paris appeal s from
tho statement of La Paix newspa
per, nf that city, that tho text of a
treaty signed at Paris by Presi
dent Fauro and tho Czur will be
Thoro ought to bo a regulation
to havo houso moving on streets
done on trucks. Dragging houses
that tuko up moro than half tho
widest strcots on rollers makes a
Morris Foninl lul1lr.
In tho District Court this
morning Judgo do la Vergno an
nounced his decision iu the case
of A. L. Morris, accused o smug
gling opium, which was that the
defendant was guilty as charged.
Tho Bontonco was five mouths'
imprisonment at hard labor and a
fiuo of $500. Attorneys Thurston
and George A. Davis for tho de
fense nt onco noted an appeal to
tho February torm of tho Circuit
Court, and tho defendant was ad
mitted to bail in tho sum of $1000
in tho meantime. '
:iilj ol the Old Hloclc.
Charles It. CriBp, eldest son of
tho Iato Speaker, has been nom
inated to succeed his father by tho
Demociats of Georgia by a lisiug
vote of tho convention. Mi. Ciisp
will be elected without Populist
opposition. Ho iB just 20 years
of nge, nud will bo ono of tho
youngest members that over occu
pied a seat in tho uatiouul logis
Valiiulilo Senxliln Proudly.
In n fow days W. S. Luce will tin-
nounco an auction saloof tho Pratt
homestead at Wnikiki. It will bo
ono of tho last and best chances
to Boouro a seaside residenco in
Honolulu's premier suburb. Tho
proporty is oue of tho fiuest in
that locality, and thoro will doubt
less bo keen competition for its
Thoro was a meeting of tho
stockholders of Makawoli planta
tion this morning, at which ar
rangomontd were- made for cutting
down expouses to tho tuuo of
$25,000 per month, or $1100,000
per annum. This should insuro
increased dividends next year.
Moonlight concort at Thomas
square this evening.
Bicycle For Sale.
An IS'JO "IUv.n" IIloc.li built lo oilier of
bust inilrrhl, of latest IraproMiiiitntB. For
.tlo t tliu Arlington Hotel. tS 1-1 1
Tho Singly KimiMiuil Rooms In a nlcu
loculllv wltliln u Mv inlmitta walk of t lie
cud, Imiiilient tills olllcy. 4M-:H
..-- i i . .ic rr 1 Ml
Sterling Silver Ware in great
variety such as
Tea and Coffee Sets,
Fish and Pie Sets,
Sets of Carvers, all prices.
Silver Plated Ware,
Pearl Handled Butter Knives,
Table, Tea and Coffee
Table and Dessert Forks,
Fruit and Berry Dishes,
Castors and Water Pitchers,
Cut Glass Ware.
Cosmeon Brushes, Combs,
Pin Trays, Mirrors, ztc.
Florence and Celluloid
Brush and Comb Sets.
Banquet, Boudoir, Hanging
and Hall Lamps,
Lamp Shades in Silk and
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprookols' Bunk,
NO. 007 FORT STREET.
December 15th, '96
Of Sterling Actors
fliGH Class Music
Wonderful and Classic
Bell Ringing !
White Marble Statuary !
SI, 75c. & 50c.
Is well manifested in tho
Shoes wo liavo stocked
up with for tho seuson.
Here every now shape
and stylo is in evidence.
Every now kink that
makes a bIioo more com
fortable or gives it longer
life, is found in the foot
wear on sale. All tho
beBt makes are represented in
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Exclusive Shoe Dealers.
516 Fort Street, Honolulu, H. T.
WE ARE READY
To supply your wants in Men's Funmliiug Goods with tho
most complete and choicest Btock wo him over laid before tho
public. If you are in doubt as to what you would like to
prcsout to your frieuds or relations, let us bIiow you over our
goods, and you will euroly find somethiuy substantial and ser
viceable, that will yladdou tho hearts or those who rocoivo thoui.
Neckwear of Every Description,
Collars and Cuft, Handkerchiefs, Silk, Linnn or Cotton,
plain or printed; Suspenders either Silk or Cotton;
Dross Shirts, Negligee, Shirts and Night Uobes,
Hats itk5 ?ilt ge Stse &zx 3g& aiul Sya
Smoking Jackota, Panama Hats, Puggarees in many do
signs; Collar and Cuff Buttons, Bosom Studs, Sleovo
Links, Boy's Shirt Waists,
Ready-to-Wear Suits for Men and Boys
Valibos and Hand Bags, some very nice ones in Alli
gator; and a great many other things.
HAB K RDA8 HUSK.
Cornnr of Fort and Merchant Sis-
Santa Claus is extremely
fond of receiving letters from
the little ones. Ho generally
offers a valuable prize of some
kind to well behaved childreu
and this year ho has notified
Wall, Nichols Co., who are to
act as his agents here, to offer
in his name a beautiful French
doll to the Honolulu girl or
boy who writes him the most
original letter. Any littlo one
under ten years of age may
compete for tho doll which is
sure to bo highly prized by
tho lucky recipient. Now,
girls, this is your opportunity.
Brush the cobwebs and dust
of puzzling questions out of
your minds and write the old
gentleman a nice letter; some
thing different from anything
you havo ever written before.
You may ask your papas and
mammas . how to spell the
words but tho thoughts and
good wishes should bo all your
On honor, nowl
Lcttors tuny bo mailed in the
letler box at Wall, Nichols
Co's store between 9 o'clock
next Saturday morning, Nov.
2Sth, and 12 o'clock noon of
December-2-llh, the day before
The doll will be on exhibi
tion in one of their largo show
windows during tho above
period. Tho judges of tho
merits of tho letters received
will bo decided upon by repre
sentatives of tho pross of
this mammoth stock.
There aro many kinds of cut
glass sold and, to tho ordinary
purchaser, ono make is as good
as another. Tho value of the
pieces depends, of course, -on
tho cutting. If the edges aro
sharp, ymi moy depend upon
it that the qunlity is good.
Among all the makers of cut
glass in tho United States but
one firm solk inmigh to war
rant their having n wareroora
in Now York. Every one iu
the States knows which firm
that is Dorfhngor. In the
lurge cities, from Boston, south
to Richmond and west to Den
vor, the purchaser puts but ono
cut glass qui,tion t a salesman,
'Is it Dorllingor's?" Tho mako
is so woll known that tho name
sells it. Our stock in this lino
is entirely from tho Rorflinger
factory other dealers think it
is the best, tho buyer.- think it
tho best, then why should not
we? Other mr.kcs may bo as
good, thev are certainly no
better. Cut glass has been
looked upon as essentially a
luxury of tho wealthy class.
but our cut glass at cut prices,
both cut, makes it possible for
tho middlo class to own pieces
of various sizes and shapes.
Wo have also a desire to
call your attention to a stock
of silver waro, gonuine sterl
ing, that oxcels most anything
of the kind over shown hero.
Wo sell Suiiling silver napkin
rings fur L.50.
Von Holt Building.