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It Ini plraM il 1 1 r M : 11 f t v the K' ii to i'i -.ii'1'i'int MA.loli JAM1.S WILLIAM Knit KKTSUN, ami MAJolJ SAMUEL NoWLKIN, Ml'llllii'f '( III!' Sill IV nf till' tiiiVl'lllllt' of till" l.-l.lllll llf O.lllll. loliiui I'ul.ice, Nuv. 14, ISHL 274 3t T II JK jniln lltt1Tef in FRIDAY, NOV. 'JO, 1891. M alter were quiet in Samoa when the mail steamer called at Apia. The latest issue of the Times has a very severe article on Chief Justice C'eilercrantz, who had then been absent from his post two months, traveling in tho Colonies. A number of Leapaa people, who were among the first to join Mataafa at M.ilie, have gone away from there disgusted with the failure of their efforts to induce Malaufa to make aggressive movements. Ka Leo has resumed its cowardly and false innuendos regarding the authorship of articles in the IU i.i.k tin. Its inveterate blackguardism in this matter simply shows the nature of the beast. The libellous language it uses regarding a private individual, in order to wreak its acrid spite on a public ollicial, could only be adopted by one who has learned, from frequent failures of justice in his case, to have a pro found contempt for tiie law provided for the protection of private charac ter and reputation. ROWING EXHIBITION. Chas. Dutch, the Australian oars man who, it will be remembered, passed through this city some time ago on his way to the States, returned to his native laud by the S. S. Ala meda. Dutch has been defeated twice, once in Uritish Columbia, Can ada, by Wni. O'Connor, and again by Henry Peterson, the California pet, in San Francisco Way. Chas. Dutch was prevailed upon by local lovers of aquatic sport to give an exhibition n the harbor. At 5 :'30 o'clock yesterday after noon Dutch entered the new shell of Ihe Myrtle lioat Club. Although he did uot teel at home in the craft, yet he gave as fine an exhibition of row ing as has ever been seen in the bay since Ed Haitian gave us his inter pretation of professional rowing. A goodly gathering witnessed and ad mired the "Kangaroo" as he sped through the water in his shell with powerful strokes and surprising swift ness. THE STRATHBLANE. A court of inquiry at Astoria, Oregon, on the wreck of the Slrath blane, attributed the disaster to thick weather, want of pr per obser vation, error in the chronometers, a southerly gale and set of the current, to the northward. The dead captain is eulogized for his heroic conduct and the mates are exonerated from all blame in the disaster. Donald McDonald, apprentice, the seventh victim of the wtcck, dk-d at North Beach from injuries received in the surf. All of the drowued men were buried at Ilwaco. Poor McDonald was the piper w ho was elected hono rary piper to the Scottish Thistle Club before the ship left Honolulu. Word has been received that Mr. lirodcrick of Hamsikua, who was a passenger, got ashore safely. A pleasant-faced, fat, little apprentice boy told one who tried to help him to look out for himself, "I'm all right," as he jumped into the lifeboat. A COMPLAINT. Editor Bulletin: 1 was honorably discharged, on ex piration of my term of enlistment, from the United States Navy, at Mare Islai.d, Cal., Oct. 31, lfiUl. To-day in company with two other citizens of the United States I asked leave to go on board the U. S. S. Pensacola, but the ollicer of the deck peremptorily refused to let us pass, lie gave no reason for his refusal. 1 wish to ask,' through your paper, if this is the treatment American citizens may expect to receive on their national vessels in a foreign port. Further I should say that I complained at the United States Con sulate of the treatment referred to, but without receiving any satisfac tion except to be told to go on board if I wanted to see anybody. I fol lowed this advice only to be turned away more roughly than before. Thomas Powkll. Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1S91. ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO CROUP. A a preventive and cure for croup, Chainberlitin'u Cough Remedy lias no rival. It is, in fact, the only remedy that can always be depended upon and that is ph asaul and safe to take. There is not the least danger in giving il to children, as it contains no injurious substance. For sale at 60 cinU per bottle by all dculers. BeUbon, Smith & Co., agents. HOLIDAY GOODS. ltrniui.l l wi.m'U r Ihi' 1'ncinr I llM'tt tt nri I iiiiim) . The Paeiltc Hardware Co. htive j niiiwd their goods from Mi liieruv j Hall lo the second llnorot tlu ir new j building and are us rapidly as posni- i hie putting the stuck in tli:ipi A portion of their new goods for the holiday! have been received, and 1 more are expected immediately , when a regular opening will take place. In the meantime they will be pleased to have their friends visit the upstairs sales and art rooms. BOUND TO KEEP" THE PEACE. A sickly looking Mongolian was ordered lo give a bond of $.r0 to keep the peace for six months in the Police Court to-day for intending to commit violence on Mrs. Ah Nee and family. The Chinaman had visited the woman's house and nsked for money, when he was refused admit tance. He became exasperated and tried to assault the woman with a deadly weapon, whereupon she had Hi i ii arrested. A FAVORITE REMEDY. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a favorite during the winter months on account of its great success in the cure of colds. There is nothing that will loosen a severe cold so quickly, or as promptly relieve the lungs. Then it counteracts any tendency to ward pneumonia. It is pleasant anil safe to take, and fully worthy of its popularity. For sale by all dealers, lieuson, Smith & Co., agents. SUPREME COURT. In the matter of the estate of Beke Kama, the administrator, Sam Kama, submitted a jumbled account tor the approval of the Court. On examination His Honor Chief Justice Judd referred back the account, to be presented again in one week's time in a correct form for approval. W. L. llolokahiki for administrator ; S. K. Kane for Mrs. Kahaumaele. Si'NiiuuN relieved at once by Cu cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents. 1-tf For line Breakfast Sausages call at the Central Market.' 3-tf Auction Sales d Junes F. Morgan. Administrator's Sale ! By order of S. M. Diimon mid M. Mn fiierny, Administrators of Hie Estate of Peter Daltun, deceased, X will sell at Public Auction, at my Salesroom, Queen street, TO-MOIiROW. Nov. 21st, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., Bedsteads, Chairs, Tables, Garden Tools, 1 Horse, Gr.ke & Harness, Etc., x Etc., Etc., Etc. J VS. P. MORGAN, 275 It Auctioneer. Holiday Goods ! 1 beg to draw the attention of the publie to my Large and Varied Assort ment of NEW GOODS Consisting of the following: Damask Table Cloih And NAPKINS in Sets, Luncheon Cloths, colored and fringed; Hemstitched Doyleys, Fringed Doyleys, Ileinstilchi d Sheets and Pil low (.'uses to match. Ladies' Irish Laeo Handker chiefs, Afternoon Tea Cloths in Silk and Linen. Sideboard Scarfs, Toilet Sets, Embroidered Pillow Shams, Damnsk it Huek Towels, all qualities; White Linen Dresses Embroidered with Linen Floss Thread, Gentlemen's Hemstitched Hand kerchiefs, white and colored; Embroider, d Runners and Table Centres - AND OTUER Fancy Linen Goods Suitable for presents. W. C. SPROULL. 75 tf HAWAIIAN Base Ball Association Grounds, I'll HOI HTHKKT. On SATURDAY, Xov. 551st, AT :i l. M. AMA'J'El'K I. EAGLE GAME Iwilei vs Orescent. KATK OK ADMISSION ; Adults as els. Children Ill els. UJ Mo exit rhaix" for carriages. CHRISTMAS AHD mm mw m m m m mm - " -w - Largest Assortment if Gaois Suitable fir Presits Ever OHM ii Hnolili! TO FACIt ITATE BUSINESS ALL HOLIDAY GOODS APKED IN PIAIN FIGURES AT LOWEST RATES. WE ENUMERATE A FEW OF THE ARTICLES OF THE THOUSANDS IN STOCK TO AID SELECTIONS. w j-t i IJII llPil W 1 !...! WOOU JH'UI Oak D Vienna Chairs, Banque inner Was'on, Upholstered Chairs, Kattan Chairs, Chairs, Oak Hall Chairs, Occasional Tables, Fancy Iron Bedsteads, Children's Cribs, Piano Lamps, t Lamps, Hall Lamps, Koehestcr Lamps, Etc., Etc. RUGS, CURTAINS, Smyrna Center lings, Velvet Pile Center KuffS Door Mats, Chenille Portieres, Amritzar Portieres, Scrim Curtains, Linen Sheets Linen Table Xapkins, Embroidered Linen Carving Cloths. CROCKERY AND Decorated Dinner Sets,, China Tea Sets, China Breakfast Sets, Decorated Toilet Sets, Japanese Tea Sets, Moustache Cups, Shaving Sets, Royal Worcester Vases, Wedge wood Vases, Crown Derby Vises, Bohemian Vases, Cut Salad Bowls, Cut Decanters, Claret Jugs, Fancy Flower Pots, Cloisene Vases, Imari Vases, . Satsuma Vanes, Umbrella Stands, Pedestals, Toilet Mirrors, Dessert Sets, Glass Flower Stands, Tumblers, Wi'Ki Glasses, Silver Spoons, Solid Silver Napkin Rings, Hand Painted Sachets, Fancy Hammocks, Ink Stands, Triple Mirrors, Toi let Mirrors, Hanging Mirrors, Dressing Mirrors, Hand Mir rors, Flags j Fancy Saddles, Silk Hose, Neck Wear,. Linen Handkerchiefs, Point Lace Handkerchiefs, Limerick Lace Handkerchiefs, Japanese Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Pur ses, Letter Cases, Pocket Books, English Bicycles, Dressing Cases, Manicure Sets, Photo Cases, Albums. TOYS AND GAMES. Rocking Horses, Velocipedes, Drums, Trumpets, Horns, Rubber Balls, Foot balls, Draught Boards, Toy Musical Instruments, Wheelbarrows, Carts, Doll Houses, Dolls, Mechanical Toys, Box es Blocks, Tool Chests, Etc., Etc., Etc. CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS CARDS: Raphael Tuck's Latest Novelties, Hilde-heimer's Latest Novelties, Prang's Latest Novelties. Etc., Etc., 27i HOLIDAY DISPLAY itv - ouse Furnishing Goods. A ll'l It'L lljl'lHti",!!, Sii-. L! ll1 II lull Si'lflll HUI IMMI1 ) -V lO, XJII IIHII k.'IH III- C' .i . 11 1! .1. i. IJ...1 Ulllll Dflis, JJliy 1IISI1 tYUIIIlll J)CU- rooin Sots, Scotch Chests or Drawers, Kosewood Tables, French Walnut Tables, a Japanese Cabinets, Bric-a-Brac Stands, TABLE LINEN, Etc. Ax minster Center KngH, Sofa lings, Stair Carpets, Madras Portieres, Lace Curtains, Embroidered Pillow Shams, Linen Table Cloths, GLASSWARE. ANCY GOODS. Lawn Tennis Sets, Croquet Sets, Pictures, Japanese Screens, Fancy Clocks, Tennis Rackets, Writing Cases, Writing Desks, Electroplate Water Jugs, Electroplate But ter Dishes, Electroplate Fancy Ware, Solid Etc, Etc THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, OF NEW YORK. HK'IIAItlt A. MrlTltllV. 'r'I.W'nt. Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy ! ltimiiimi.MuniciiihiTiKimviunrKiimmii.Hi THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR IVILLIONS OF DOLIARS. Il New Distribution l'ulicy is tho most literal ever offered by any Innurance Company. laiT For full particulars apply lo M. Li. JION12, 1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands. Artistic Plotograpliy! J. J. WILLIAMS WIsIi.'h to niinonneo to liix old friendx and tlm public p;neridly, that hu has secured the wrvtees of . C, W. WEATHERWAX, A llrst-eliiss camera opei-HUir and en graver, from tin'. KtiiilioH of Theo. (!. Alurceail lit Sun Knun-isco, St. Louis and lmliui;iioliet. The t stils ef Art In the photographic line is li ua assured to all who take n sitting in .;is new gal lery in the Hrewer Block. Photographing on Watch Dials A specialty, and orders taken for en larging pictures in all styles. One of the tlnest h-liday presents "you can give or get is one of Williams' elegantly bound Alliums tilled with Hawaiian Views and Portraits Of your owu selection from an almost Miiimiie I stock always on hand ' J. ,1 WILLIAMS, 1'lioti'grapher. New Hrewer Hlock, Fort street. 272 1 in We have recently made arrangements with a Co pying Company in the States, hy which we are enabled to Enlarge Por traits in Crayon or India Ink at the following ex tremely low rates : 14x17 in. : $10.00. 10x20 in. 18x22 hi. 20x24 in. 22x27 in. 25x30 in. 12.50. 15.00! 17.50. 20.00. 25.00. These prices include framing in 4, 5 or G inch -lMush and Gold, White -and Gold, White and Silver or Bronze Mould ings, fitted ready for hanging. If you have anything in this line which you wish to have done, give us a trial, and we gua rantee satisfaction or we will not expect you to pay for it. KING BliOS., Dealers in Pictures and Artists' Material, Etc., Hotel street. 2;o tf J i- AAA UAVVA1HX Govern rjp J JvUv7 ii cut Bonds at par. 7 O. A. sTKVKN, 272 1 v C or Fort & Merchant sts. jamais. I "UK Master of the British barque i "I'll of Limy" will not be res ponsible for any debts contracted bv the crew. S. VINT. 272 lw Masier. FOR LEA E XM1E House, 252 King street, lately occupied by Mrs. Barnai'd; nu's about 12 rooms, with modern improver incut , stables, outhouses, large yarden, artesian w iter laid. ABRAHAM FERNANDEZ. 273 tf At K. O. Ilall & Sons. J II. K. A. MEETING. rpiIJJ annua) meeting of the Hawaiian 1 Kille' Association tor electio-i of olllcers. arranging programing for New Year's shoot, and general business will be held at the Hawaiian Hotel, SATUJt? DAY, Nov. 2!st. at 8 o'clock P M. WALTER E. WALL, 272 St Secretary. ton SALE V HORSE, Hrake and Harness, all in good eoudi'ion. Apply at. this .otlltie. 270 )w HOUSE TO LET. rPO bo let the House No. SN , 1 Punchbowl Htrewt, makai of King street, on terms which can be had on application to H. HOLMES, 271 lw At Bishop A Co.'s Bauk. FOR KENT tXSAl "HE Very Desirable Kesl- deuce located on Kimiii &ia2JI street near tuu corner of I'en sacola sued, presently occupied bv 1' K. August Khlers. House contains par lors, oiiiing-ruom, kitchen, three cham bers, bulhriiom, pantry, veranda rooms and ample cloi-et space. I'd.-.-esMon given Deccnber 1st. inquire ul HAWAII AN HAJtlJWAliK CO., MS U " Fort ktiet-t, ojip. hpi-eckuU. X Gall at B. F. Ehlers & Co.'s, 99 Fort St., FOR A FINE SELECTION HOLIDAY GIFTS fiticli us TOILET CASES, MANICURE SETS, COLLAR & CUFF BOXES, GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, ALBUMS, Elc, Etc,, before the assortment is broken. AND A NKW IMI'OKTATION OK DRY & FANCY GOODS. Gall at Epn & Biinn' AND EXAM INK THEIR NKW STOCK Rlbbjns, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Dress Goods, Silks, Fat s, Etc.. E:c NEW CHOICE GOODS 'N GREAT VARIETY I We are showing a choice line of Ladies' & Gentlemen's acintosh sis (Just the thing for a Silk Umbrellas iu Lit 8- B'INE GOODS FRUIT We are pleased to see that the public are awakening to the fact that FRUIT JUICES are pre ferable to Artificial Essences when used as flavor ings for Soda Water drinks. Appreciating the fact that the public of Hono lulu are entitled to the best Soda Water attainable, we have resolved not to contaminate our New Soda Fountain by the use of Artificial Essences. Consequently, wliile we were selecting our line of Goods in San Francisco, we procured a line of PURE FRUIT JUICES, the purity of which cannot be doubted, being prepared as ttiey are by the well known firm, Jas. W. Tufts of Boston, Mass'. . As you pass the windows of our store, comer of Fort and . King streets, you can see therein a complete line of those celebrated Fruit Juices. HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO., Druggists. PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd., Fort Street, Honolulu. r 1 iSSfo Art Rooms, : : Mclnerny Hall. riCTI KK FltJtIl&ti TO OltnEIM Stamped Goods for Etching j AT 1 N. S. SACHS 104 Fo t Street, - Hono'ulu. A LARGE ASSpR-rilENT, CONSISTING OF Stamped Sideboard Scarfs, Stamped Bureau Scarfs, Stamped Toilet Covers, Stamped Splashers, Stamped Vegetable Covers, Stamped Tray Covers, Stamped Bibs and Doylies. " ALSO AN ASSORTMENT OF Stamped Newspaper & Letter Bags, Stocking Bags, Laun dry Bags, Etc., Etc. Linen Floss & Working Cotton "in all 'Colors I Fancy Colored Silk Fringe for Fancy Woft ! limy MHiiei fir State fry i Yarfl! New Cummins' Block, Mrkohant 8trset. OENERAL BUSINESS AGENT. SOLICITOR FOK THE Eq jitable Life Assurance Society. FIRE INSURANCE l'MCEU. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO. ; : tJST Any butsinttKN i ntruhlid U) 1110 will receive prompt attention, mrM nov-Il-ai Rain Coats! Christmas present.) dies' & Gentlemen's. AT LOW PRICES. JUICES ! ARTISTIC, BEAUTIFUL, NOVEL A3D USEFUL 1 ufniiMndTAW Xi Tiii Phitcftfl Motto: "The Survival of tba Fittest." FINISHED IN ANTIQUE OAK. The Old Favorite "Eddy" A NEW INVOICE 0? I XL Pocket Cutlery Wade & Butchers' Razors, Shelf Hardware, Agricultural Imple ments. Vacuum Oil. Plantation Supplies in Great Variety. ' 1 11,. il 1 a ill the joint.