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DEC. 13, 1894 0 M Tu ' W Tk Ft Sat First Quarter, L Dec 5 "a 3 4 I 5 G 7 8 Moon, "9 io.n:i2i3 ijst 10 17, 1S!19 2021 22 Dec 19 -5 24 2oi2G 27 2S 29 New M". r Dec 2G SO 31 1 I 1 It is very seldom, that the Honolulu stores have offered so l.ire a variety of Xmas goods as found today. Our substantial citizens, however, who are not looking for toys or trifles will do well in calling at the Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Company and thera select a buggy or a phaeton for the old lad', or a surry in case, that the family grows. Manager Dillingham gives good work at cheap prices. The Pantheon Saloon is the depot for the celebrated Enter priseBeer, where it can always be found cool and fresh on top. We do not deal in "Fredericksburg Beer" as the morning Paper through some mistake has adver tised. Call at the Pantheon for re-freshing drink. JIM DODD, Proprietor. The Honolulu Clock Depot, BROWN & KTJBEY, No 4 Mas onic Temple, Alakea Street, Clocks and Watches of all kinds kept in stock and sold for cash or'weekly and monthly payments. 1'. O. Box 441. 1). W. McNichol of the Empire Saloon has made a new deal which will touch the hearts, or at least the palates of many a thirsty wanderer. He keeps half-and-half" onjclraught and serves a most delicious and cool beverage, far superior to "plain" beer. so 17 tf J. J. Williams the well-known Artistic Photographer is making a specialty of portraits on Watch Dials and Silk Handkerchiefs. Complete sets of Lantern slides lectures can be had at the gallery. For they are sold at a reasonable figure by the dozen or by the hundred. Ketlroom Set. Ward robes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hang ing Lamps, Bugs. Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges, Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuauu and King streets. Ed. Hopkins tho popular pro prietor of the Arlington Billiard Parlors is now running thi3 favor ite resort on his own account. He has bought Arthur White out, and asks his many friends to continue their patronage of tho past in tho future. There are no better tables in Honolulu and no bettor attendaco than furnished by the genial proprietor and his assist ants. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST CIRCUIT OF THE ITAWAIIN ISLANDS. 7iY PROBATE. In the matter of the Estate of Narcisse Perky, late of Hono lulu, deceased, intestate. On Reading and Filing the Peti tion Of KUAHIXE PERRY, WldoW Ol Honolulu alleging that Narcisse Perry late of Honolulu, died in testate at Bravo Cap. do Verde Islands, on the 22nd day of fcept etnber A. D. 1S9I. and praying that Letters of Administration issuello ABRAHAM FERNANDEZ. It is ordered that Fr Way tho ISth day of January, A. D. lbJo, at 10 o'clock a. m., be and herein I,- t. nt.;Vrr snlfl i etl- tion. in the Court Eoom of this Court, at Honolulu, at wnich time ana place all persons w""-: i 1 miR?. if any iuny appear anu suun - ... -thev have, why said Petition shoull not bo granted. Datd Honolulu, Dec. 8th, A. D- By the Court, Geoboe Lucas, Clerk. 103 wsd LOCAL NOTES -Pete" Peacock left for Yoko hama yesterday. This seems, to the year for daughters." comes " fa- " uanu will nlay at the -ttotel, weather permitting. A number of school children will leave for Kanai this after noon in the James Makee " Go to the Kawaiahao Fair to morrow and give your last "bean" to the old church. A large number of people visit ed Waikiki last night in spite of the clouded skies. Some of the sto broke jail lately, have been cap- iurea at Jlaneche. There was no mefitW nf fi, Board of Health yesterday. The president was probably looking for auns. Mr. Henry Castle is the haoDv father of a daughter born to his wife in Philadelphia on the 2Sth inst. Now is tho time to order your Xmas turkeys. Tho California Fruit Market has the fattest, and biggest and cheapest. Tho "Merry Christmas'' com mittee meets this afternoon to decide how to disburse the funds gained from the concert at Kau- makapili Church. The ancient case of J. Dowsott vs. Flora Jones has finally beeu settled by Judge Cooper in favor of the plaintiff. The church historical lectures of Rev. Garvin will be continued tonight at tho gospel tent if the weather permits. The V. G. Hall will leave Ho nolulu on tho 24th inst. on her next trip instead of on the 25th, the scheduled time. That little Gorman band was around again last night on Kukui stroot, to tho groat disgust of the virtuous neighbours. As usual tho flute was out of tune. From the first day of January the charges for telephones will beas follows: Private Residences per month, ?2.50; Business houses and offices, $1.00; Country Station $7.50. Tho Oceanic left last night taking about 150 Chinese away from here. She will go to Eng land for repair and the Coptic is supposed to take her place. There is no mooting tonight of tho Leilani Club as erroneously stated in the -Advertiser. lhe Lei Ilima dancing club will meet at the Hotel tonight. Hence the mistake. of the Central Union have not sufficient ouergy to got around so as to make a quorum. Asa conseiium i,n- Iioaii onll to lead the pasiui vory-much--in-"eed-of-prayer flock. Xmas Cards are not the fashion of tho season. That is, the old timed cards which everybody has seen and everybody has been tired of. The uaru xu ,,. -qnKntT with Hawaiian UOIORJ, uua. o subjects, are the only proper fad. They are tue labiuuu u ... and they can only be obtained SmJEQK BROS., AET Store, on Hotel Street. GwoXork.a well-known China man, was in a hurry to gel ofi in the Oceanic yesterday. He ex- Stably surprised to find h-mt bnttbeColoMlsmUM- CORRESPONDENCE correspondents. ra 01 ocr Editor Eglomtj CA: Will von alio w me a space to air r fe few sentiments which I iv think should come from tuuJt- iiUIIi honestly you as a recorder of puHic events and not from a private individual. x notice tuat you totally ignore the KaumakapiH Church concert given by Mr. TVray Taylor last xnesday and I think that you' must be very forbearing in doing so ur that you were fortnnaf enough to be absent from the festive occasion. I was there. And I fail to see any reason why Mr. Taylor should' be allowed to palm off such musical rubbish as he and his assistants did. The object of the concert is most praiseworthy but I believe that even the promoter of it must ad mit that far better material for a decent concert could have been gathered in Honolulu if he had chosen to do so. I know that it is noi the habit in Honoluln to criticize amateur concerts for charitable purposes. But it seems to mo that when perform ers in a church plays piano with his elbows, tho time has come to call a hall even if Mr. Wray Tay lor supports and admires that kind of "music.'. The concert may have beeu a financial success, and I sincerily hope that it was. From a music al point of view it was miserable. Mr. Taylor opened the evening j Allen for $16,700. Three years by playing a "Festival March" ago the value of land in that vici which according to his playing j nity fetched $2,0u0 an acre, but might as well have been anything else except a march. The new "Star" Mr. H. Eca Da Silva played on tho piano something which he calls a "Fantasia de Concert'' by himself but which old F.etteror would have recog nized as his Caprice Hongroise although never approving of the executiou and mutilation of that favorite concert piece. As an en core tho now "Star' played the piano wilu his elbows and an audience of Honolulu's alleged intelligent, musical and refined peoplo applauded and approved. Why not at the next concert get a clown on tho boards, Mr. Tay lor and let him fiddle a violin with a caudlo? Tho two ladies who were sing ing had made a most unfortunate selection of "parlor'' songs. Miss Axtoll was undoubtedly tho suc cess of tho evening. Tho trio for violin, viola and guitar was sim ply excellent, and tho "male quartette" was very respectable. If tho prefix "male" was not at tached to the progi-.nniue, the audience might be a little puz zled in regard to who wore sing ing. In the second part tho "mis sionary" audience was thrown into convulsions of mirth by listening to the "stories" of Mr. J. Marsden who explained tho Stereopticon views produced. Taking tho morality of the aud ience and the sacreduess of the show house into consideration I think that Mr. Marsden got as near to tho line of the equivocal as he with safety could do. And yet tho virtuous missionaries smiled and applauded. The final display of American patriotism, flags aud music was j rather comical as the benehci aries of the concert were Hawai ian lepers and of the performers only one American. Still bor rowed plumes have a certaiu fas cination. Now, Mr. Editor, I doubt that vou have tho courage to break an established rule and publish the above lines I desire to state that I fully admire the motives of Mr. Taylor and shall always be ready with my mite to help him along, but I cannot sit tame ly back and 6ee the Honolulu public made fools off musically through the lack of ability and musical apprehension of that most worthy promoter. Allegro. Mle reliant Exchange Corner King ana Kaaasa SireU. S. I. SHMV....Propritor. Tta Finest selection o.' LIQUORS and BEFTE. sold anyvLere in tLa towru First-clas Altenda&c. CH cad judge foryovttU ao 115-tL The Kawaiahao Fair. The following notice has been issued by the managers of the Fair which will take place to morrow and on Saturday for the benefit of the old stone church: The managers of the Kawaia hao church fair wish to announce that the fair will open at 7:30 ?ridai evening, instead of 2:30 I l'M af,tern0n aQ3 fP5noif I rnnnnnnoH tin Si-irnrrim- (ho fair will open from 2:30 to o p.m. and 7:30 to 10. The object of the ladies who havb taken charge of the Fair is to raise sufficient funds for the purpose of repairing the ancient building in which Christianity was first preachedproperly to the natives of Hawaii. The Fair will undoubtedly be a success and a number of prominent ladies have offered their services. Mrs. A. A. Haalelea, who has always been to the front, when ever the needs of Kawaiahao Church were in question, is sup erintending the affair and great credit is due to her for her efforts. The Fair will be held in the Armory, arid will be opened Friday and Saturday. The ad mission fee is only 25 cts, and for that price lots of amusement will be found. Depreciation. A very valuable piece of laud at Makiki was sold at unction today. Tho property which belonged to the Bishop estate comprised IS acres of land suitable 'or building lob, and it was sold to Mr. S. C. 1 then there was no republic, no ra ted pdice and no Star A Runaway. A horse hitched to a hack be longing to the I. X. L. stand took a pleasure trip this morning. Fortunately a dray which was backing into the Merchant's Ex change stopped the runaway and no damago was done. Is it not time that hack drivers bo com pelled to look after vehicles while on the stand. FAT BOY." bay horse m saloon 1 P. McIERNY, Fropkietor, Fine Liquors, Wines and Beer. Cokxeu Rethel axd Hotel Sts. III vuEWvsx DEsm HI BB 3?BSf jWH I JUST TD HANI A CONSIGNMENT OF THE PEARL Sewing Machines Embracing ALL the Very Latest Improvements. QdVlVTEED F0l 10 YeW' L. IJubbh Strsatj A Good Result. The "St. Andrews" fair has surneu out a nnanciai success l t r T and Bishop "Willis and his as sistants are to be highly congra tulated. "We print a list of re -ceipts and expenditures: BECEIPTS. Donations $532 00 Entrance 2S0 90 Luau 225 35 Lunch "106 00 Ice Cream Tent 129 05 Hawaiian Table. ...t... 164 25 Sewing Society's Table., 130 70 Fancv Table.." 176 15 Children's Table 97 60 Chinese Table S4 60 Fish Pond 91 50 Grab Box 38 35 Flower Stall 1U SO Candy Stall 6S 95 Lemonade 26 65 Porcelain Stand (profit). . 10 15 Phonograph 9 95 2233 95 EXPEXDITOP.KS. Erection of tents and tables. $ 142 95 Purchase of materials... 229 00 Miscellaneous 163 25 533 21 Set receipts $1750 7-1 Hexry Smith, Treasurer. December S, 1S9I. L. B. KERB'S ANNOUNCEMENT! HAVE JDST RECEIVED A LAr.G E ASSORTMENT OF . FINE SUITINGS, ELEGANT PATTERNS. AND LATEST STYLES' These goods will bo sold in any Quantity from a 100 Yards Dowx to Enough to Make a Sixgle Suit AND AT HARD TIMES PRICES ! L. 15. IiERR. - - importer; Queen Street. Sept3-3m LEWIS & CO.. Wholesale snd Retail Groceries AND PEOYlS10:T DEALERS.. FRESH CAL1F0IWA SALMON ON ICE Ry Every San Francisco Steamer. Salt Salmon in Barrels a Specialty. Fort S., Honolulu. Pt n. Bex 207. 24c, HI Price $30 B. jB!R, dell Hnnolulu HIRES ROOT ERVOUS. ARE YOU? Can't i!ep, can t eat, tired, tklrsly It' a tonic you -want. HIRES ROOTBEER purines the Mood, tickks the palate. "THAT'S THE DIFFER ENCE ! You drink HIRES ROOTBEER for pleasure aad set a tonic. Yok take It as a tonic and jet pleasure. HIKES IR00T IV UOUIO K3 THSPACWCE HI 4? BS Si v too1? rk most ArrrTIIINQ &nd WHOUWOXa rsiirSRANCS DRINK tu tS wor'.X TKT IT jour Drusgtsl or Grocer far tu C. E. HIRES. PHILADELPHIA ISJioriiiuo:, ISToon, ISTio-lit Good all tlie time. It removes the laueuor ot mornlnc, ssstatat ttw tott-Vn at Mti, nils the weariness of nt-'ht HIRES ROOTBEER delicious, sparkHwr, apfwtlslne:. Go4 a I luxury, good as a tonic. It is bevond.all dispute a wonder' !tr4tnnil irhr tM- I T!li rrtilt ul health to nuderstanil whv this is so. The root, herbs, BEER is skillfullv made, are the Identical thins froBi whleh physician set Uwlr mt P ful remedies. For Instance: Do vou believe that araporlIla is a valuable remedy ? ell HIRES ROOTBEER contains morc"iarsaparllla than many srsaparillas. Th srac b trae a to other ingredients. It i? doing more to advance practical temperance than many people reMs. It b ued sr.d recoininended bv the most cautious and conservaMve temperance people. Th mH. sernnnlons abstainer "can cniov HIRES ROOTBEER hiirfilt. and recommend it to other ai an agreeable and healthful substitute for It is a homemade and homemaking beverage. It is very easily prepared, ami if the plain directions nre followed, it will alwavs be good, hverr member ot me tamny, irora uc babv to the grandfather, can enjov HIRES ROOTBEER, and every one of tbm wU have better health' for each swallow thev take. It improves the appetite, pnrifie the Wood, and tones the whole system. Children especially delizht In HIRES ROOTBEER. It .prepra tinn intirpt thfm. and its use does them rcod. In thousands of home. "HIRES ROOT BEER that mother made," will be among' the BEWARE ! Do riot confound it with other Rootbeer preparations, as it Is entirely un like anythins else of the kind. Beware- of extract advortised for making Rootbeer, a." they are composed chiefly of coloriug matter and oils to give them iavor, which excite the nerve and cause nausea. Itootboer mcka-res makes drinks, vet nourishing and strengthening the 1 - 1 , I.! 1.. ..I .. T .1 : UUmors luai ucveiop 111 muucj auu utiun ukcww, iu 111 iu iiuj -" . an impure state of the blood. Hires Improved Rootbeer is offered to the pnblic with full contldence of IM merit. It contains no poisonous or injurious propertio whatever, and an Infant may take it with per, feet safety. - JOBBERS: IIOBRON HOI.LISTER DRUG BENSON, SMITE & CO. J LEWIS it CO Honolulu, Oct.2t5. tf.-dly. P O. Box 4S0. The Cheapest Place on the Islands to Buy New & Second-Hand FURNITURE ! Si Dfl CORNER OF T "XT T , ffl King & Nuuanu Sts. 1 ZjL. JLJ IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN G-x-oceries, Provisions AST) EAST CORNER FORT k KING STS. New Goods Ree d By every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe. Fresh California Produce by erery steamer. All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to any part of the city FREE OF CHARGF. Island Orders Solioited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Post Offica Box No. H5, Telephone No. 92. BEER RES Support MucmiI tmi le stream It takrht Ve so arfgt4 Bf magic Her,' to HIKgS ROOTTSKMK CoW tv Vi Tkmfc vrtat a IMM It For plffc, tar aad ra5t. To ma adfcHk pea Ott brink Its McfcirOHi dfefct. IMPROVED JS' BEER! 33.1 fC EASU.Y MACS MAXES FJYI CA11C.HS - clritf' drink, and it U vrr eay tor aav ana bark and berries, from wlifch iilKLS ROOT. thei-trong drink which he oppoe. happiest recollection, of childhood. reallv the most harmless of onr falloabla blood. It cleanses the system of the poltt - . 1 tH II tn .nv n .1 W.t rljoJ f mm CO.,- Wbolesalo Droggist. Wholcaalo Grocers. FOUND Telephone 215. Mutual 1? AT THE .... . Honolulu H. I.