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KVUN1NQ JIUIjIjISTIN, iJUUKMIIItlt 812, 181)0,
LOCAL AND UtiNttttAL.
Iron (Jliriatnutrt IriMi lioldnrn, nt
Board of llualth temlora will
clouo nt noon tomorrow.
Tlio football gaino will tin the
main attraction for Now l'onr'u
The Hawaiian Gnvurntnnntbnnd
will piny ut tlio Quuoii'ri hospital
fioin U to G tins uttoriioon,
'I'lin lmml ranr'nrt nt V.inmn
r lr Blimro drw t n big crowd lllHt
I .i V ,ilit in epito of the thrcatcniua
L5 v. 'APL'iitlinr.
Lewis it Uo. hnvo hvo CliriHt
in a trocH left. They lmvo nluo a
raro lino of talilu delicacies for
A reception will bo tendered
Mr. mid Mih. S. U. Wilder at tho
courts of the Pacific Tennis Club
An effort i to be imidu to re
organize the i'. il. U. A. orchestra
ami commence practice again on
"f tho first ot tho your.
At 10 o'clock tomorrow Jas. F.
Morynn will hold tlio landlord's
sale of L. Alilo for somo time ad
verted in this paper.
' The dog catchers paid a visit to
"Wnikiki this morning, aud there
are not as many honielcBS dogs in
that locality as before.
Commissioner of Agriculture
Miirsdnu is tho latest votary of
the wheel, lie may bo seen any
afternoon on tho Waikiki road.
Tho Ceutial Union Church
Christmas entertainment takos
pl.u'O this evening, mid that of tho
Cluiotian Church toinoriow even
ing. The irreprossiblo Josh Tucker
woh about today greeting his
numerous friends after an extend
ed absence on the quarantine stu
Hon. The choir of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
will rehearse Christmas music at
tho residence of T. May this
J. F. Brown, Agent of Public
Lands, will soil a ifumber uf
tracts on Hawaii at the front door
of the Judiciary building at noon
Venison, turkeys, goeso, ducks,
chickens, small roasting pigs, and
other meat delicacies uro to be
found nt the Central Moat Market
The memborB of tho Young Ha
waiians' Institute are working
hard to make a RUccesB of tho en
toitaimuont they will give on
Now Yoar'e Eve.
W. Hoiuo and E. H. F. Woltor
have imported a large well-boring
outfit and lmvo alrondy takon a
contract to bore a number of
wells on the Olowalu plantation.
Jack McVeigh, in charge of tho
Quarantine ttntioii, is off duty for
a few days, unless an expected
Japnneso steamer should put in
its appearance. Mr. McVeigh has
not been in good heulth for a few
An electric light bov on a polo
in Kapiolani sheet took the whon
tho current was turned on yester
day evening. Tho lire was put
out by a lineman who heard tho
Billing and snapping from a
v houso near by.
Encouraged by tho success
which has greeted hio former of
forts to pleaeo the public, W. W.
Dimond has engaged tho Quin
tette club of the National, band to
give another concert on tho bal
cony of his store on Wednesday
As previously intimated, W. S.
Luce is going to sell at auction
tho beach residonco of Mrs. F. S.
Pratt. Tho Balo will bo hold on
Monday, January 18. If it suits
purchasers tho lot v ill be divided.
It will bo tho best chance in many
years of obtaining n superb soa
Bido homo at Waikiki.
The boyB oE the Young Hawai
inns' Institute have offered their
sorvices in assisting at the music
al portion of tho programs for tho
Y. M. 0. A. entertainment at tho
jail on Christmas and at tho ro
coption at Y. M. 0. A. hall on
Now Year's day. They hava been
grutofully nocoptcd for both occasions.
M. il Hi il. r i ....I ..i. M I
iumi v ut ivniiiuiii ;iiii cini
dren left mi the ICIniui this inorn
ing. Paul Jarrell, tmitiauor of I ho
Wnimoa ntnek ranch, leluinud to
Hawaii by the Kiunu,
Harrv C. Austin, tax collector
ntid nsscuuor for tho iBlnnd of lln
, wall, rolumcd homo today.
Mnunqor John Hind returned
to tho llnwi phmtntion by today's
steamer, accompanied by his bod.
Malinger Peter Loo'b children
loft in the Kiunu to spend their
vacation homo at tho Volcnuo
' Another Japnneso Bteamor with
a load of immigtauts, students and
Mechanic's, is expected hero before
At tho storo of II. E. Mclntyro
it liro. can be had a splendid
choice of good things for tho
Chi id turns table.
Mrs. ILL. Slriw left on Hio Ki
nau today to join hor husband
who is in chiirgo of tho IlollUtor
drug Btoro at Hilo.
Lawyers Littlo and Wakefield
I returned to Hilo today, after fin
j ishiuL' up their business boforo
i the Supremo Court.
i Tho returned Chinese capital
ists, sugar planters, otc, who camo
on the Bolgio wore released from
, quarantine last night.
I Among tlio Kiuau's pnesongerB
for tho other islauds wore Miss M.
W. itch oek, F. W. Thrum, A.
LouisHon and M. Grossman.
Pickled pigs' foot, head cheeBO,
i liver, Bologna and bieakfnst Eau
1 sagos are to bo found at tho Cen
tral Meat Market for Christmas.
: Wm. G. Irwin had hisuow team
of handsome California horses out
for exorcise this morning. Tins
fine double team is said to have a
, record of 2:21 nnd to have cost in
the neighborhood of $2000.
' Tho adjourned nnnual moot
ing of the stockholders of tho
Oiiliu Railway and Land Company
j will take place at tho company's
' office tomorrow afternoon at 2
o'clock. A full attendance is de
sired. Tho Bulletin's weather pro
phet says a continuance of tho
preseut equinoctial gales may bo i
expected tor tlio next four or live
days. After that warm rains
from the southeast may bo look
Tho Minister of Foroion Affairs
ad interim advertises in this is- j
sue for scaled tondors for furnish- j
ing supplies to tho commissary
iiu).u uiirm ui iiiu ruiuuimi juaill
of Hawaii for tho term of twelve
months from January 1st next.
Crystal ized Fruits,
Nuts, Itaisms, Oranges,
Roll Butter, Etc.
HlghcM of nil In Lcnvcnlng Sticngtli. Ijitcsl V S. Oov't Itcport.
va&tztt k ty; wvij
0:cd Go:da fcr Good Pecplo "Tho
Tim latest ormtioiiH in HOLI
DAY NUOKINGS ovor exhibited.
Tocks. Four-in-Hnnds, Club
Ties. Windsor-", I'iiIIh, Hand Howb,
25o, G0c, 7Gc and upward.
Bay's nnd Cliildrou's Clothing
in an oihUojh var oly, sJ-2 nnd uji
wards. Men's, Boy's iiul Childron's
Hats ii Struw, Felt and Cloth nt
pries to s"it tho times.
White Dunk. Silk and Flannol
Vests. Double and single bro.ifit
od, .i!l and upwiirds.
Liglit-Woight Summor Conts
and Vents f..r Big nnd Littlo Men
AT LITTLE PE1CES. Call nud
Whito and Colored Shirts, long
and short bosoms; all at tho
Boy's Star Waists from 7Cc to
$1. All of these Waists are tho
Como nud lmvo a look nt the
Accordoon wo nro going to givo
away Xmas Eve, now exhibited in
Use good sacliots. Waste of
money to uso any but tho best.
Wo havo something new. Just
come in tho nick of time. A
lino of sacliots that can't bo
equalled and you ought to try
Hobron Drug Co.
King and Fort.
N. S. SACHS'
520 F-ort Street
M t F u U F n
I IS 2 .t' ih Ml mm U
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
f , Makes Belter Dread and Pastry than
Any Other Knoion Brand.
Al Your Orocr For It.
UNION FEED OO.t.Sole Agcnlo.
j NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
j Offick: C-Jd Merohnnt htreet. Campbell
I Block luur or J. O. Catlor' office, l O.
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager.
Arbiters of Fashion.
9 Hotel Street : : f aiefloy BlOCt
B563" Open every niyht from noio
Gold u iid Silverwaro,
Crockery and Ivorywaro,
"Whito Grass Cloth, Mattings,
Wicker and Steamer Chairs,
Cigiirn, Ktc, Ktc,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 N'unnnu Strrot, Honolulu.
All Colors and Patterns
At Vory Low Prices.
H.W. Schmidt & Sons
H. E. Mclntyre & Bro.,
4D0 Corner King aiul Port Sts. .It
Hints For Your Christmas Shopping
The Residence ot E. TX. Hendry, corner
Kinna and Fensacola stroots, Houso con
tains Light Rooms and has all the modorn
conveniences. Largo ground. Tel. 301.
Corner of Lnnalilo nnd Fonnacola streets,
l-'ivo Lots, 73 feet by 125 foot each. The
most dcsirablo residonco property for solo
on tho plains. For terms apply to
SIRS. E R. HENDRY,
The Adjoin uml Annual Meeting of
the Stooklioldt-ra of UieOAHU U AIL
WAY AND LAND COMPANY will
be held ut the olllce of the Company,
In Honolulu., on WEDNESDAY,
December 23, 1890, ut 2 o'olook p. in.
A full attendance Is desired, as busi
ness of Importance will bo brought be
fore tlio meeting
W. Q. ASHLEY,
Honolulu, II. I., Deo. 21, 1890.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Quiet, Homelike I'lace, where Trained
Nurses, Massage, "Swedish Moveniout,"
Hatha, Hlcotricity and Physical Training
may bo obtained.
P. 8. KULLOQG, SI. D.,
Tclcphouo 039, Superintendent.
Court PlnBtor Cnsos,
Postage Stamp Cases,
Billiard Cue Chalkers,
Pocket Cork Screws,
Collar Button lioxos,
Nock Tio Rings,
Neck Tio CloBps,
Shaving Cups and Brushes,
Shoe Horns and Hooks,
Nail and Cuticle Knives,
Mirror, and Comb,
Bon Bon Boxes,
Hair Pin Cases,
Dental Floss Cases.
All in Sterling Silver somo as Low as 50 Cenxs.
JEI. 3J1- "WIOI-IMA3ST.
Best Value Ever Offered,
rtsr- I I I I M i
Childroii8 Fanoy HandkerchiVfH nt o0 and GOc. per dozon.
Liiclios' Fino hemmed stitoh ciuuhric Mundkorohipfs at 83u a doxan.
Slk Embroidered Hiiudkercliiefd nt lOo. oich or -f 1 a dozon.
Ladies' Embroidered flandkorcliit-fs, with Hoallop.-d odyf 2 for 25c.
or $1.25 per dozon.
Lndioa' Embioidered Himdkurcliiofs, h'inmod stitch, 3 for 50o.
Our Embroidered Ilandkorchief for 20c. can't ho boat.
Our stock is most complete, and prices oelipso all former quotations.
B fl" ? B ttt
i s Capes
In tan, nnv' bluo, cardinal and blick
ZZixits -to Sbs.oi;pe:rs
WHAT TD BUY,
Ueeful and Ornamental Articlos woll ndnptod for Holiday Gifts:
Fine Leather Purses, Hand Bags, Fans,
Fino Hand Run Lace Scarfs,
Fancy Laco Neck Wenr, Fancy Tidies,
Ileal Laco Handkerchiefs,
Battenberg Lace Scarfs, Toilet Sets,
Lnce Bed Sets, Fancy Table Covers,
Cashniero and Silk Shawls,
Embroidered Doylies, Fine Damask Towels,
a fine assortment of
Children's Cnshmoro and Silk Coats,
Children's Mus':.n Embroidered Hats,
Infanta' Silk Bonnets,
At Special Low Prices.
Our Biff Doll Will Be
Given Away !
J""uist ISecei-vod. pex -A."ULstxsulisu
Atmores' Minco Meat in glass jars,
Old Homestead Minco Meat in 1 lb. pkgs.,
Cuttings' Minco Meat in 2 lb. tins,
K. and R. Plum Pudding in 1, 2 and 3 lb. tins,
Cranberries, Candied Peel,
California Sweet Potatoes,
New Crop Raisins, Nuts, Dates, Figs,
Apples, Queen Olives, Asparagus,
Maple Syrup, Edam Cheese,
Creamery Butter, Hams, Bacon,
Crackers, Cheese, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Chas. H ust ace,
212 King Street.
Muln Offlco Tolepbono No. 53. V. O. lto No. 222 llrunch Offlco TclcpLono No. 838.
Oahu Lumber and Building Co., L'd.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors & Builders.
IMF0IITE11S AND DLALEKS IN
Doors, Saahos, Paints, Oils, Unildors' Hurdwaro, AVa'l Papois and
Matting, Etc. Muiuifiicturo All Kinds of Mju.ding.
Mnin Office, Lcleo, Kine street. Urnnch OIUco ami l'lnuiiiB Mill, corner King and
liothul blrwitH, Lrnubor Yard, Loleo nnd Lut near 15. U. Uoput. Privnte ttnols couuect
ing with O. It. .t Ii. Co. H. It. riiu thioiiBli o jindu to It. It. Umrf nnd uiiy pnrt of
Ewa nnd Wninnno utations. 1SU-K
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