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DEC. 17, 1891. 1i M Tn W jTh Fr Snt First Quarter, L Dec 5 2 3 -i 5 6 7 8 Ful1 Moon, Dec 9 10 HiJlJilLiiLast Qnarter !i, 17 IS -J20 21 22 Dec 19 23 24 25 2G 27 "ffl 29 NeW Moon' , - Dec 26 f0 31! It is very seldom, that the Honolulu stores have offered so lare a variety of Xmas gods as found today. Our substantial citizens, however, who are not Poking for toys or trifles will do well in calling at the Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Company and there select a buggy or a phaeton for the old lad', or a suit' 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 tap. We lo 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 & KXJBBT, 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. P. O. Box 141. 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" on'jjdraught and serves a most delicious and cool beverage, far superior to "plain" beer. se 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 bo had at the gallery. For they are sold at a reasonable figure by the dozen or by the hundred. Bedroom Set, Ward robe, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hang ing Lamps, Bugs. Bureaus, Chifloniers, Steamer and Yeranda Chairs, Bed Lounges, Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes. Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at tho I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. Ed. Hopkins tho popular pro prietor of the Arliugton Billiard Parlors is now running this favor ito resort on his own account. Ho 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 better attendace than furnished by the genial proprietor and his assist ants. IN THE CIRCUIT COUBT OF THE FIEST CIRCUIT OF THE HAWAIIN ISLANDS. 7iY rROBATE. In the matter of the EsUte of Harcisse Pekby, late of Hono lulu, deceased, intestate. On Beading and Filing the Peti tion of Kuahine Perky, widow ot Honolulu alleging that NaRCISSE Perry late of Honolulu, died in testate at Bravo Cap. de Verde Islands, on the 22nd day of Sept ember A. D. 1S94 and praying that Letters of Administration issue to ABRAHAM FERNANDEZ. It is ordered that Friday the lsth dav of January, A. D. lS9o, st 10 o'clock a. m., he and hereby is appointed for hearing said Peti tion, in the Court Room of this Court, at Honolulu, at which time and place all persons concerned tony appear and show cause, if any they have, why said . Petition should not be granted. Dated Honolulu, Dec. 8th, A. D. 1894. By the Court, George Luoas, ' Clerk. 103sd LOCAL NOTES All the lawyers are back in town. again Make up your mind to go to Waialua to the races. Who is the Advertiser's 4 er- The band will play at Era ma square tonight. The session of the Supreme Court opened this morning The Miowera stowaways who escaped from jail are behind the bars again. N. S. Sachs gives toys away to his customers. Here is your chance. The trustees of the Queen's Hospital will meet next Wednes day at 10:30 a.m. Deputy Marshal Arthur Brown is still in Hilo trying to recover from his recent illness. Not less than 12 divorces were granted by Judge Kalua at the recent term. The Planter is advertised to sail tomorrow. The W. G. Irwin is also ready to leave. The fund obtained from the Kaumakapili Concert for the lepers will bo used for a Xmas luau. The Diocesan Magazine has been issued. It contains some very interesting articles. A large number of people visited Waikiki yesterday, and the favo rite resorts wore crowded. Mr. A. Mclvibbiu and Mrs. S. Dowsett will make their homo in llula, Maui. E. Hoffman formerly collector of Customs at Kahului, will open a store in Wailuku. The wodding of Chas. Booth and Miss Elizabeth Baker will take place on the 31st inst. Tho Claudiue arrived yesterday morning, after touching atLaha ina for tho gentlemen who had attended court. Mr. and Mrs. Roth entertain ed a number of friends yesterday at their fine residence on the Peninsular. The Hawaiian Laud and Im provement Company has pur chased a large tract of land near tho Volcano road. The Ilaniwai baths have got the best accomodations, the best water, tho best tramcars and bus ses, and Bartlott is the best host. Call and see. The Rev. Garvin continued his lecture on Church History at the tent last niebt. There will be services every night during tins week. There will be a meeting of foot ball players at tho' Y. M. C. A. at 7 o'clock this ovening for the purpose of arranging for a series of games it is rumored that Judge Wide iii arm will ba arrested upon his return for having conspired with "foreign powers" against the great republic of Hawaii. R. A. Lyman and Goodale ii-mctrnnfr have been appointed commissioners of Boundaries for the third and second judicial Circuit respectively. ii" i ircf Iior nurse Airs. wiuuiMci" on Friday at the Armory while i ii. - il, toir arranging a dooiu-iui When tho purse .was recovered a fifty-dollar bill had been abstract- . is cnsnArfi ed. A Portuguese u ed. Dr. Greenfield of Honokaa met with a serious accident on his way to Kukuihaele whero he was called to assist at an inquest Tho doctor's horse fell outade the residence of Mr. Chas. W rl linms and the doctor was thrown so unfortunately as to fracture his leg. The Alleged Conspirat ors. The District Court was filhd to overflowine this mn; cases against Bush, Xawahi, I W eed. Cnck and Tinker were ! called. The cases of the four first ! named were continued till to-mor- 1 TOW Offinf tn fKo i --c -w tuc upemug oi tne bum-erne Court which demanded the attendance of Counsels. The case of Tinker will be tried separately after the other cae have been disposed of. Attorney General Smith appeared as pros ecuting officer and Mr. O W Ashford defends the accused gen tlemen. The "conspirators" look ed in good health and nodded pleasantly to their manv friends and acquaintances in the audience. The British Vice-ConsuLMr.T. E. trn Maimer was present watching the proceedings. Sharpshootinf. Bachelors and Benedicts tried strength last Saturday at the rifle range and the first named won the day. The eyesight of the " walk-the-floor- with -the -baby" team was not so keen as their more fortunate brethren. Tho following is the score BEXEDIBTS. Dodse . 46 43 42 42 41 3S 3S McLean . Hustoeo Peck Gibson ulcVeigh Martin Cassidv '. ." 3S Wilkinson 32 Johnson "... 29 Total BACHELORS .3-9 Wall, O. E 45 Damon 45 Wall, W. E : 44 Clifford :.. 44 Philp 42 Kidwell.... ". 42 Forbes 40 McCaudles J. S 40 Marsden : 40 Corbett 3S Total 420 Close Of The Fair. The Iviwaiahao fair was a great success and the church fund will received a goodly sum. The fair was opened Saturday after noon and als in the evening and it was especially at the latter occa sion that the ooinmunU' crowded in and spent their money right and leit. The exact amount taken in is not known yet, but it is safe to say that it will be a pretty large figure. Tho ladies who had charge of tho fiir can with justice feel proud of the results of their work. The band was in attendance during both d tys and number of prominent people patronized tho fair. Died On Board. Ex-Judge Panyne of . San Jos who was a passenger in the S. G. Wilder which arrivtd in port last Saturday died last Thursday on boud her. The deceased h ul been ill fir sometime Mid he made the ji urne- to Honolulu in search of health at the advice of his physi cian. He did not improve though and succouibtd finally. The body was preserved in an air tight box and plac d on this deck and brought to port. Tne judge was escorted by his daughter. Miss Pany ne is ftymg with Dr. J. S. McGrew. Theosophy. After the publication in the Holomua of the solemn, if not solid, warning of His Lordship of Honolulu against Theosophy, which will become all tho more fascinating because forbidden, it j is only fair to recall to those in terested in the subject, the ex- ' istence of the theosophical class, J conducted for the benefit of all truthseekers every Monday even ing, at 7 o'clock at No 109 King street MEDEIROS & Co. IVXeicliant. Tailoxs: American, English and Scotch Tireals on hand. First-cliis' work guaranteed. Hotel St., under Arlington Hotel Bloc Honolulu. : S. DECKER, Manager- mon. 1 CM COMING to the POINT ! is not always a pleasant opposi tion especially if there's a TACK OR 10.5 FlODPj And you are bare-footed, vou ar. sure to find it. You are equally sure to fine other things that leave attractive points Eminautly suitable for Christ-mas Qifts, Hotel Street, Honolulu. nov 7 tf Machinery -1 EXGINE DOUBLE CYLIN DER, single faction, 6x6 cyii.-der i2 ho so power 1 VERTICAL TUBULAR COILKR, 5 fet-t long, 40 inches diameter, containing 100 2 inch tubes, will sup ply ste I'nfor 15 h p. engeni PEED PUMP tions. with all connec- The above are all in good order and can "be had at a bargain by applying to the undersigned. UNION FEED CO.. L'td. no23 ltn J LEWIS J. LEVEY, "Real Estate' and General Auctioneer. Comer Fort and Queen Streets, Uonolnln Personal attention given to. Sales of .Furniture, Real Estate, Stock and General Merchandise. tntnnl TVlcohoua 23S. m JUST TD jl jl 1 A C0SS16KMENT OF THH PEARL Sewing Machines Embracing ALL the Very Latest Improvements. QUrrNJEED f?Or 10 YEKS' L. usbii StPEBt, LADIES' COLUMN. Those magic word?, "3 tut Right." express the present con dition of our Stock and Prices. We hit the key note of succrss when we launched out to do busi ness on the Quick Sales and Small Prent basis; goods sell faster and are enabled to keep our stoc Iullcf the verv latest of eveav- thng' to be had; the days of shop worn goods-are over with us; its new styles and patterns; new Hf . in business, which to yon means New York, Loudon Purls goods at but a slight advance over New York, Loudon and Paris prices. As a practical illustration, we are selling this week, MAD RAS CURTAINS for $4 a pair. We have been guilty of sellingthe verv- sirae CURTAINS f)r $7 a oair simply because we formerly charged ruliog Honolulu Prices. Dots not the mention of a cut like this one convince you that Quick Sales and Small Profits is not de lusion or snare? If it don't, the CURTAINS will when you look at them. The designs are beauti ful, colors are beautiful. GLOVES are another thing we want to call your tention to this week CHAMOIS GLOVES white un dressed kid gloves in eight, six teen, and twenty button lengths size are complete. If you do we suggest taking a look at ours The GLOVES are Just Right, the Prices are Just Right, S5F Only thiee weeks- now, to accu nulath tickets fur the Volcano, trip you mav be the luckv one B. F. EHLERS &'C0. pioqeei1 Jhirt FacfcofiJ ESTABLISHED 1557.' A. M. MELL1S, Proprietor, 5IS Fort St., Honolulu, (Upstairs) Good Fit Xmas Cards are not tho fashion of tho season. That is, the old timed cards which everybody has seen and everybody has been tired of. Tho Cards in Water Colors, dealing with Hawaiian subjects, are tho only proper fad. They are the fashion of tho day, and they can onlv be obtained from RING BROS., ART Store, on Hotel Streot. H. F. JBERTELMANN, .CONTRACTOR AXD BUILDER, S6 King St., Boll Telephouo 107. HiiNn M Price $30 S. ILfjRR, deli Ho nolnlu i HIRES NERVOUS, ARE YOU Cm'1 !ep, caul -S MINES' at, timi, tMratr If a tooic too tobL & ROOT ' IV IJCW3 N2 Z't THSPACKACt HIRES ROOTBEER psriies the btood. WIIATS THE DIFFER ENCE ! Yob drink HIRES BEER rt nioit ipprmiNo rc. isaoira rKirPKRAJ.CSDF.INK InLt wu'J TUT IT. Ask jour Drugstat or Orocr for It. C. E. HIRES. PHILADELPHIA HIRES ROOTBEER for pleasure and et a tonic. You take it a? a tonic and pit ptaiiure. jNioriiing. ISToon. ISTirrlifc . . . (iaotl all th time. It removes tb Uticnor ot morning. ataln Uw aw;lj at mn. ulU the wearine of ni-lit HIRES ROOTBKER iWicion, iMrfcUaf, apfratUiMr. Coo lluxury, ooil as a tonic. It is bevoihl all dispute a wi.mlerful bMlth -ivin? lirink, and It to rerr eT lor inr one to understand whv this is so. Tin- root. herb?, bark and berries, from which HIRSS ROOT BEER is skillfully made, are the identical things from which physician jrel Utetr mort. Mp ful remedies. For Instance; Do vou L-licve that s,rarlfla b .1 valoabl rettveitr ! W'tV. HIRES ROOTBEER contains more'sursajiftrilla than many sraparilhb. The bim tme a to other ingredients. It li dolns more to advuicc practical temperance than many people reaUae. It W nd and recommended bv the mo?t cautious ami conservative tempranc people. Th raMt scrupulous abstainer "cau enjoy HIRES ROOTBEER hliEr-Jt. ami recoiamemt It to otbr? J an agreeable and healthful substitute for tins strong drink which he oppose. It is a homemade and homemaking beverage. It U very eily prepml. and if the plain directions are followed, it 1ll alxvays be rood. Every member ot the family, from the babv to the grandfather, can enjoy HIRES ROOTBEER, ami every one of them "ill have better health for each swallow thev take It Improves the appetite. pnrine the Mood, and tones the whole system. Children especially delizht In HIRES KOOTBEKR. I ppra tion interests them, and its use does thetn good. In thousands of homer, "HIRBS ROOT BEER that mother made," will be amone the happiest recollection of childhood. BEWARE ! Do not confound it with other Root beer preparation, a it to entirely un like anything else of the kind. Beware of extract advertised tor makintr Kootbeer. a they are composed chietly of coloring matter and oils to give them ilavor, which exclM the nrf and cause nausea. Hires Improved Rootbccr packages makes reallv the inot hrmle of our faWowaWe drinks, vet nourishing and strengthening the biootl. t cleanses the systeu of the piitomu humors'that develop in kidney and urinary dbeases, and in (fact. In any cas that arVs from an impure state of the blood. Hires Improved Rootbeer is offered to the public with full confidence of its mertU. It contains no poisonons or injurious properties whatcvor, ami an infont may take It wHh per. feet safety. JOBBERS: HOBKON HOL LISTER DRUG ti BENSON, SMITH fc CO. " LEWIS k CO Honolulu. Oet. 2V IJ O. Box 4S0. 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