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(flu- gtolomua (Satcudiin HER IMPRESSION I DEO. 13, 1894 LADIES' COLUMN:! II Tu I V Th Fr Sat l 2 3 i6 f 8 9 10 1L Jr. Jl U 15 U 17 IS 10 20 21 22 2.1 24 25 2G 27 28 29 30 31 i First Quarter, Dec 5 Fall Moon, Dec Last Quarter Dec 19 New Moon, Dec 26 It is very seldom, that the Honolulu stores have offered so large 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 there 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 he found cool and fresh on tap. We uo not deal in "Fredericksburg Peer" 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 onicTemplo.Alakea Street.Clocks and Watches of all" kinds kept in stock and sold for cash or weekly and monthly payments. P. O. Box 441. " D. 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. Ho keeps ''half-and-half" onjdraught and serves a most delicious and cool beverage, far superior to "plain" boor. 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 bo had at the gallery. For they are sold at a reasonable figure by the dozen or by the, hundred. Bedroom Set, Ward robes, 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 Arlington Billiard Parlors is now running this favor ite 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 bettor tables in Honolulu and no better attondace than furnished by the genial proprietor and his assist ants. ff IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST CIRCUIT OF THE HAWAIIN ISLANDS. ZiY J ROB ATE. In the matter of the Estate of Narcisse Perry, late of Hono lulu, deceased, intestate. On Reading and Filing the Peti tion Of KUAHIXE PERRY, vndoW of Honolulu alleging that NARCiSbE Perry late of Honolulu, died in testate at Bravo Cap. de Verde Islands, on the 22nd day of bep ember A. D, Pg that Letters of Administration issuello ABBAHAM FERNANDEZ. It k ordered Jfcat May the 18tk day ef Jary, 4f ?V' S it lOVdock be and. hereby 9DB , y"?V jf any mmsmmmm LOCAL NOTES ThQ KinIefMhis afternoon. Now is i: . . ml w look around "". -xmas. presents. j The band did not plav last uwag to the weather. The Claudine, Mikahala and Hawaii will leave this afternoon. Charles .Mitchell the alleged burglar will be examined next luonday. The conspiracy case will pro bably occupy the court for sever al daj's. The usual Xmas services will be made to-night for the coming Masonic ball. b The Leilani Boat Club will meet at the Hotel this evening at the usual hour. A number of young people took a pleasant ride through mud and rain last evening. Xmas vacation will begin next Friday when all government schools will close. C. 1. Wells will have tho man agement of tho consolidated Wai luku plantations. The police captured 27 p.im Diing Ulnnamen last They were all bailed out evening. A boy named Leal was sent to the Reformatory School for 10 days for stealing a bicycle. The Athletic club has arranged for a football game which will take place on tho 5th of Januarv The Planters' mouthly forDec embor is out, and contains much of interest to planters and others. Tomorrow afternoon the band will take part in the dedication exercises at the Bishop Museum. Mr. W. O. Smith's "detective" Yan Giesen seems to be a second edition of his former pet Mar mount. At the Gospel tent to-night the Rev. Garvin will speak on "Tho divine and human ;x-partuorship and how entered into.'' Fruits and other eatables were 6ent to the Leper Settlament )Tes terday for the luan to bo given for the money obtained from the Kaumakapili Concert. There are still a few copies of the "blue laws" left. This is positively the last editiou. Those interested in Hawaiian history should obtain a copy. Miss Priscilla Kaulukou and Mr. N. Kanhane will bo married next Monday. The young couple will take the steamer for Hawaii immediately after tho marriage ceremony. Tho regular Mouday oveuing concert at Emma Square had to be postponed last night on ac count of bad weather. Tho same programme as publish ed in the papers yesterday will be rendered this evening at the s:ime place provided tho weather is favorable. PL ETE The pawaiiaq Investment Co. luff frB5!fthe Banks and who friend ocotnE by arida; hi. endorsc- HOUSEHOLD FUBN1TUBE, PIANOS, ORGANHOBSES, MOLES, WAGONS, CAR RIAGES & PERSONAL s i Chuck Him Sings. rom firstly Hoakon- It nv. perh, Wnws to tbu Tt ETery Chines Miu ' i alKee. tnkee all the daj. The benes of Chiaee cities all Give teas that yoa'd call htch. And can't they talk-Oh. av! Reliable it Iw " At Dorcas meetings they can do It s talkee, ulkee, tctj- much talkee, Ac Now harevnn tint Mm,i-...i timid litUc maid Who Of ererrtliin"- -.ff.i. scarce can say "Boo to a coose'" When she is wed her Ma says. "Pet, ' c most yonr husband quelL" J'oor chap! he finds thCT both have ton-mcs And thor f"in . t. f it s talkee, talkee, very much talkee, &c Go to the Legislatarc If yoa wiih to hear dphatj. Inside the door of the "k-uV Vi?i I staved till very late; i lonnea my own opinion, rfrls, hilit I was Hst'nin"- ther That tbonh they say we've all the '-jaw," Some men have cot their share. It was talkee, talkee, vcrv much talkee. Tittle-tittle, lot to say, " Make big din-din, wagee wapee chin chin, Talkee, talkee niht and day. Better Stay Away. While tho semi official organs oi .Honolulu are ever busv in t 'booming" the country and tol- , ing the oild about the wonder- j ill chances which Hawaii offers , ;o "whit" farmers and laborers , a San Francisco paper writes in ! the following manner, and we i think the paper is right: According to advices received by the steamer Australia Satur day morning from Honolulu there is much concern demonstrated ! there by tho people over the ; large number of peopio that are , arriving there lately on the steam ' and sailing vessels. In one week . the total number of people who i arrived at Honolulu was over 200, ; most of whom were Americans, who had gone 'to tho islands in the hope of securing employment and bettering their liuancial con dition. The majority of tho new ar rivals have been greatly disap pointed and United States Con sul - General Mills is becoming alarmed at tho rapidly increasing" number of Americans who are stranded on the islands. Other consuls, and in fact the Hawaiian officials, have also be come alarmed at the increasing immigration, and when tho Aus tralia left tLt) papers were calling upon the government to take steps toward stopping the incom ing tide of humanity. It is fear ed that if some action- is not taken to prevent people without means from going to tho islands the Hawaiian Government will soon have an army of unemployed to contend with. It was expect ed that the consuls of tho various countries would issue a warning to their countrymen. A.Financial Success. The Kaw.iiahao Fair has given a splendid return, and the net amount will probably be more than $2,000. Ticket sellers aws yet to he hoard from, and the outstanding bills to be paid be fore the final result can be reached. Tho following are the returns from tho booths: Kamehameho ,. ' S2 25 Kawaiahao Seminary:. 93 50 Hawaiian curiosities 325 75 Cushion booth! S5 00 Fancy table 361 00 Coffee and cake. 50 75 Ice cream ISG G6 Home Rule table G2 00 Candy 159 60 Grab box 49 05 Flower stand 96 30 Lemonade stand 33 25 Fish pond , llo 25 Ferns and plants 50 05 Doll show 22 50 Phonograph 2 45 Door receipts 22S 60 Total 19S6 65 The White House! U8 Nuuanu Avenue, HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS- Mis COMING to the POINT ! is not always a pleasant oppora tion especially if there's a TACK on th- Floor, And you are bare-footed, you ar. sure to find it.- You. are equally sure to fine other things that leave attractive points Eminautly suitable for Christ-mas Qifts, KINGr 33IiOS.. Hotel Street, : : : Honolulu, nov 7 tf Machinery 1 ENGINE DOUB- E CYLIN DER , siM-'eLaction, GxG cylinder 12 horse power 1 VERTICAL TUBULAR BOILER, 5 feet long, 40 inches diameter, containing 100 2 inch tubes, will sup ply sto unfor loh p. ongeni 1 FEED PUMP with all connec tions. The above are all in good order and can be had at a bargain by applying to tho undersigned. - UNION FEED CO., L td. no23ilm Dr. R. McKibbin, Resideuce and Office, Alakea St., next door to Masonic Templo, mauka. Office Ironrs Residence. S 1-2 till 9 1-2. and 11 till 12 A. M. 2 till 4, and 7" till 8 p. m. Wi'l attend at the Medical Hall on Fort Street, (Old Office) from 9 1-12 till 11 a. decl0-lw U JUST TD HilNLl A CONSIGNMENT OF THE - PEARL Sewing Machines Emferaoing; ALL the Very Latest Improvements. L. - h. - AVe waut to help yon out on your Christmas purchases, and intend to do it by saving yoa money on every purchase made of us during the Holidays We have no end of useful things, that are in erery day demand, that would lose none of their value bv being given as Christmas Presents. We might give away a piano or something else as an inducement to purchasers, but instead of that everything will be marked so low, that every purchaser receives a benefit instead of its all going to oae person. We will have a couple of coun ters in the storo devoted to Spe cial Bargains that are Special Bargain in tho fullest sense of the word. You could not find a greater variety in a Grab Bags We have received many new ffoods bv the "Oceanic" that call tor special notice, all of them go at our reduced prices PURSES, SILKS, CURTAINS. "UMBREL LAS, SATIN'S. COTTONS, LIN ENS, and no end of goods will bo sold at prices that will make bar gain hunters happy, and be most acceptable as Christmas Presents. ScS" Remember we are open nights, have new electric lights in the store, so that goods can bo examined as well as in the day time. 35" Save all your checks for the Volcano tr p, and send them to the store before 12 o'clock Dec. 2Gth, when a Round Trip Ticket will be issued to the ono having tho larg.-st number of Sales Tickets. B. F. EHLERS & CO. H. F. RERTELMANN, .CONTRACTOR AND , BUILDER, 66 King St., Bell Tolephone 107. Br Anch Establishment. This First-Glass Bathing Resort has heen enlarged and is now open to the puhlic, It is the best place on the islands to enjoy a Bath, and there is no better olace to lay off. Special accommodations for L -dies. Tramcars pas3 the. door every half hour, and on Saturdays and Sundays every fifteen minutes. C. J. SHERWOOD, jy24 Proprietor. Price $30 T ?B; KERR, tleii: . - HdnriMu: HIRES; ROOT XERVOC5, AKK YOU! Can't Seap. caut eat, tired, thirsty ! It ' HIUES' jliROOT a tonic voa rant. HIRES ROOTBEEK purifies the bleed. tickle tbe palate. WHATS THE DIFFER ENCE ? Yoa drink HIRES KOOTBEEi: for pleasure and pet a tonie. You take It as a tonic and get pte&stire. HIRES rLo cos: APPsrravo cd w.ioisoita rzitPKSANCE DRINK ta wc:,i TRY IT. Ask your DroffStst or Grower for U. C. E. HIRES. PHILADELPHIA jSiCominf?, jNToon, iSTinrlifc .... (Jood all the time. It removos the lansnor ot mortrftt?, siKtalas tM wi;te at mm, tills the weariuess of night HIKES KOOTBEEK-dellelonrsiMrklh, apptliKr. Good as lluxury, good as a tonic. It Is berond all dispute a wonderful hertlth -lvim: drink, and It vtrv v ff.ar to uuderstaml whv thii is so. The root, herbs, barks and berries, from wliteh IIIKha hUU l BEER is sklllfullv made, are the identical thlncs from which phvskten. tret Utr most WMP ., n.mllK Vnr ini.inn- I)n von bulWvi that stnanarilla Is a valuable rem4ly? l HIRES ROOTBEER contalus raore'sarsapariUa than many sarsaiarillas. Tbfl samew tr ai to other ingredients. It Is doinn more to advince practical temperance than many people rVallns. It I and recommended bv the most cautious aud conservative temperance people. Th mint scrupulous abstainer "can eujov HIRES ROOTBEER hircfMt. and recommend It to others a an agreeable and healthful substitute for the strong drink which he opposes. It is a homemade and homemaking beverage. It U very easily prepared, and if th tilaln directions are followed, it will alwavs be eootl. Every member ot the family, from the babv to the grandfather, can enjoy HIRES ROOTBEER, and every one or them will hav better health for each swallow thev take. It Improves the appetite, purlfie th blood, ami tones the whole system. Children especially delight in HIRES ROOTBEER. Its P tlon Interests them, and Its use does them sood. hi thousands of homes, "HIRES ROOT BEER that mother made," will be among'the happiest recollections of childhood. BEWARE ! Do not coufound it with other Rootbeer preparations, as It entirely un like anvtbimr else of the kind. Beware of extracts advertised for making Rootbetr, a. they are composed chiclly of coloring matter and oils to give them Uavor, which excite thu uervc and cause nausea. Hires Improved Rootbeer packages makes reallv the most harmlaea of our fashSowaWa drinks, vet nourishing and strensthenlnir the blooil. It cleanses the systsra of Uw poouhs humors'that develop'in kidney aud urinary diseases, and In fact, In any ea that arfeos from an impure state of the blood." Hires Improved Rootbeer Is offered to the pnblic with full confidante of Its mtritg. It contaius no poisonous or injnrious properties whatever, atid an lufnnt may take ltivlth'tper , feet safety. JOBBERS: HOBRON 110LLISTER DRUG BENSON, SMITH & CO. LEWIS & CO Honolulu, Oct. P O. Box 4S0. The Cheapest Place on the Islands to Buy New & Second-Hand FURNITURE I .IS ji COKNEK OF King & Nuuanu sis. N ilfi E MLv, XL IMPORTERS AND DEALERS TN Grroceries, . Provisions I J5f V1" . EAST CORNER New Ooods Ree d By araiy Packet fro the Eastern States and Europe. Freak California, Produce by every steamer. All odra faltafully atiaadad torand Goods delivered to aaj iut o( tk city FREE OFOHAEGJp ; Ialad Ordars Soliettd. BEER SphM MMrm 'es4 ls strata It rsfecfct Ve o airatl Br nak te HIRES ROOTSBEK Comki tufciaty ke Thfai): vtfeM. a aMtaft H For pHi$, day and To stead and Mn uWU Um brisk IMPROVED :u BEER! CO., "Wholesale Druggist. Vholo3a!o Grocers. " J 20. tf.-dly. FOUND Telepho.vk 245. Mutual AT THE n nuuuiuiu it t . . t . . i! ,lt I. 5rM AND . Feed, FORT KING STS., Satisfactioa Gaawuteed. Post 1 Y I turn ism Opet Bes Ko. 145, TUkoM No. 92.