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FHE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
Monday, February 2, 1885. I i i I if 'I I i I 1 IV I- f! VI: A a - f i 1 i 4 .5 t .1 r i. ; in Hi is i- BY AUTHORITY. WATIR NOTICjS. Owing to tbe sc arcity of water, the Lours for irrigation will be limited to 4 hours per cay from to S A.M. and from 4 to 6 P.M., until further CHAS. B. WILSOX. Approval: CZ-AS. T. OCLICK, Xla later of Interior. Honolulu, January 30, ls8i. 42 fe3ftw The attsotlon of all parties concerned i hereby called to the following sectlcn of the Act relating to the suppression of disease amongst animals. Scrio 7 A. It shall be the duty of erery person to report immediately to tbe nearest Ex ecutive Inspector or Inspecting Officer, any ani mal in or about his own premises or the premises of another, which he shall have reason to believe to be affected with any Infectious or contagious 4Ueas or distemper, ahd under a penalty of not less tbau fire and not more than ne hundred dollars for each offense." The Inspectors referred to in the above section are Dr. Brodie, V. S., J. II. Brown, and A. B. Hayley. 467 U Aw Br Otftiu or tui Boabo. Interior Department. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of tae Stiujster of the Interior until 12 o'clock: noon n Hatarday, th 21th day of February, m5, for the construction of the works herein named. ?Ums and specifications may "be examined at the iHci f the MluUter ma aud after the 9th day of February, 1685. Tbe works t0' be constructed are First Tu b:isin of the Storage Keservoir, i.e., removing all trees and ether vegeUble growths, aad excavating and removing all earth and rock within the indicated lines. , Second Building a dam of first-class rubble masonry laid In full beds of hydraulic cement. Xtelrd Laying the line of fifteen and twelve inch pipe aad setting gates between the storage reser voir and that of distribution, and from the latter to tbe point ef connection with the pipe system of the city. Xote This work may be divided and let in two or three sections. Feurth Constructing: the distributing reservoir coasUting of an excavation lined with hydraulic ceueat, concrete or brick-work laid In full hydraulic cement beds and Joints, the crosswail aad bays to be similarly constructed and the whole roofed over. . . All proposals must be endorsed "Proposals for (doing the particular work for which the bid Is ade). A Woud must be executed by the contractor with tW4 (2 approved sureties conditioned upon the faithful performance of the contract. The Minister reserves : the right to rejett the leweet er any bid. Bids may be madt fr all the above lu one coatract. CKAS. T. G CLICK, Minister of Interior, laterior Office. Dec. 29. l4. w J20-347 fe7 Ptaasos f the Moon uunux February, 1SS5. D. Last Quarter .. 6 II. 00 M. 6 P.M fko Blalar d Setting of tbe Sun. Ta sun rises to-morrow morning at 6:3 o'clock. The sua sets this ovening at 5:48 o'clock. PORT OF HONOLULU. H. I. ARRIVALS. Saturday, January 31. . Htmr Klnsu, King, from Maul and Hawaii. Mtmr Llkellke, Loreuzen, from Kahului, Pukoo aad way ports, Molokai Stair Walmanalo. Neilson. from Walmanalo Mchr Malolo, from Laupahoehoe Schr Kaulkeouli from Kohalalele Schr Rob Roy, from Kooiau j Sunday, February 18. t Btmr Planter, Cameron, from Wahlawa, Wal aaea, NawlHwlli, Kauai bchr Nettle Merrill from Lahalua Uchr Mana, from Maliko Bchr W allele from Maliko Wcbr Kmma, from Kooiau DEPARTURES. Saturday, January it. Steamship Alameda, II Q Morse, for San Fran cisco at 1 p m Htmr C It Bishop. Macauley, for Hanamaulu, Kllauea and Ilanalel, Kauai, via Waianae, Oahu, at 12 x Vessels Leaving: This Day. Stmr Llkellke, Lorenzen, for, Kahului and Mo lokai at 4 p. m. Brit bark Banca, Barberrow, for Portland, O Schr Mile Morris, for Molokai and Lanai Schr Manuokawai, for Kooiau Schr ltob Roy, for Kooiau Schr Rainbow, for Kooiau Schr Harah and .Eliza for Kooiau Vessels Expected from Forelgru Forts. Steamship Australia, Gbesl, from San Francisco, due Feb 22 Steamship Zealandia, Webber, from Colonies due Feb 18 ' Steamship Mariposa, II X Hay ward, from San Francisco, due Feb 9 Brit bark Orient, from Liverpool, due April Am tern Uorway, Paul, from San Francisco, due Jan IS Haw bark Thos It Foster, from Newcastle, K S "VT. due Feb 20 Steamship Mount Lebanon, D Maxwell, from Hongkong, via Yokohama, now due Oerbark Meteor, Classen, from Bremen, due JuneH Bark Cnasca (Brit), from Liverpool Haw steam-bark Moruiug Star, Bray, from Bos tea, due Feb 4 Bark Mendota, from New York, due Mar 1--0 Am brgtne J D Spreckels, Fries, from San Vrancisco. due at Kahului, Jan 10-15 Am schr Rosalind, from Humboldt, due Jan 10 Am bk Ceylon, Barstow, from Hongkong, due Feb 2 Am ship Melrose, from Victoria, B C, due Feb ie.lt Am bark Forest Queen, from San Francisco, dun fab 5 Haw stmr Alert, from Ban Francisco, due Feb 1 Am bktne Amelia, Newhall, from Port Towns nd. due Feb 15 Am bktne M Wlnkleman, Backus, from San Francisco. Feb 13 Am brgtne Claus Spreckels, Drew, from Sau Francisco, due Feb 15 EXPORTS. For San Francisco, per Alameda, Jan SI WO Irwin Co, 2,102,804 lbs sugar ana &iJ gais wnis vi Theo H Davles A Co, 582,504 lbs sugar; M S 'Gabaum & Co, 416,111 lbs sugar and 100,000 lbs rice; F A Schaefer & Co, 236,590 lbs sugar; Castle A Cooke, 152,611 lbs sugar. M Phillips & Co, 64,496 lbs sugar and 14,000; E Hoffschlaeger A Co, 146,815 lbs sugar; C Brewer A Co, 96,822 lbs sugar, "60 pes dry bide and 1640 pes roat skins; Conchet fc Ahung, 17,000 lbs rice; G W Macfarlane A Co, 12.200 lbs rice; MW McChesney fc Co, 1S1 pes bides, 369 pes -oat and sheep skins and 142 bchs bananas; H L Kee A Co. 1000 pes sugar cane; Chas E Henaen, 503 bchs bananas; Sresovlch, Gray A Co, 5S bchs bananas; R Gerke, 273 bchs bananas; Enos A Aloes, 120 bchs bananas; Brown A Co, 152 bchs bananas. Holllster & Co, 1 bale sponges; F H Oedlng, 1 cs piano and fixtures: Geo Wood, 256 pes green bides; Law Joy, 19 bxs betel leaves; Ah Fan a bxs betel leaves; Achoy, 33 bxs Betel leaves; Ah ita, 14 pkgs oranges; Wing Chong A Co, 670 pes Sugar cane; Wells, Fargo A Co, 4 pkgs sundries, 6 bcls bananas, 1 bag caln ($B363.97). Total tonnage 2115 tons; domestic value, f 191,310.45; foreign aloe, f 10,207; total value, 1208,517.45. 1'OREIUX TEKKELH IN' I'OKT. j Br bk Banca, Barberrow, from -las?ow j MibSlSSWi' I Am brgtne Consuelo, Cousins, from Sun Fran- I I PASSEXUEKN. ARRIVALS. FroBi Lahalua, Maalaea and llilo, p.'?r Kinau, i . . . . , . . , , Jan 31-His Kx v M Gibson, HU Kx Oov J o j ardlJ- nomine trick that he says always acta Iominls and 2 servants. Hon S O wilder, Prof j injuriously upon the performer? Wavland, J Heine, Mrs Frasier, C Ihmann, R V7yL-AloJf Yni!'rx.yn w,a,hv ra' Prof. Agassez informs us that the t,peci J A McKenzie, Hon J F Hackfeld, A H Bailey, . Chas Notley, wife, 2 children and servant, aud 103 men of sea animal lately fouud on the reef deck passengers From Wablawa, Watmea and Koloa. per Planter Feb 1 Mioses McBryde (2), Master McBryde, S Naana, J Kala, Pat Yang, W H Lowell, and 41 deck DKPARTC1E9. For San Francisco, per Alameda, Jan 31 E C Macfarlane, Col Claus Spreckels. Geo Gray Mac farlane, Gen W Henderson, A O Ellis, S Roth, J Lyons. Mrs Gov Kinkead, Miss Kibbey and maid, W F Hall and wife, Mrs F Enders and 3 children, Mrs C H Alexander and child, Mrs C W Clark and son, Mrs P A Callahan, Jno Hyne, J H Jennings and son, Geo Wood, Mrs L K Riley, Louis Nuse, J P Willoughby, W S Ray and wife. Miss W Roc hat, M McLane, H Muller, R Lee, M de Silva, T Murphy, H Enge, T Enos, F Rose, F Lauler, F Goulart, O Betran, wife and 3 children, M August and wife, S Carty, J Arnheim, F Dunley and wife, J Portuguese, J A Bell. H H Sevaeney, M J Mc Connell, and 6 Chinese SHIPPING XOTES. The Planter brought 4146 bags sugar, 82 bags' pia, 54 bags rice, a niaes, -u goat suns, o neau cattle. 12 calves, 1 horse, and 60 pkg, sundries j from Kauai The brgtne Courtney Ford arrived off Kahului from San Francisco last Friday, and on Saturday morning she sailed in. The schr Rosario arrived at Kahului from San Francisco last Tuesday, after a 21 days' passages She will probably sail to-day for the Coast with sugar. The Kinau brought 007 1 bags sugar, 91 pkgs hides, 148 pkgs sundries from Maul and Hawaii. She reports having had very rough weather off the coast of Hamakua, Hawaii. She was docked at the Oceanic wharf to discharge her cargo Into tbe warehouse. The stmr Walmanalo brought 600 bags sugar irora Waimaualo Auction Kales Announced. WEDNESDAY Lyons fe Levey, tinware, etc, at store. No. 89 Hotel street, at 10 a.m. WEDNESDAY E P Adams, household furniture of estate of the late Henry May, at premises, Beretanla street, at 10 o'clock a.m. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Messrs. S. J. Levey A Co. have an impor tant notice in this issue of the Daily. At uoon of Saturday last the Supreme Court adjourned for the term. The Consuelo is up for San Francisco ; Castle A Cooke, agents. ? The annual meeting of the Star Mill Com pany takes place this morning at 10 o'clock, at the office of Messrs, W. G. Irwin & Co. The departure of the Alameda last Satur day was a bonanza to the "local man of the Bulletin. Not only sheet music, but any works on music, will pe tnanitiuny received at tne Honolulu Library. Mr. E. P. Adams advertises that he will sell on Wednesday next the furniture be longing to tho late Henry May. The sale will commence at ten o'clock. The community at large, and his many personal friends in particular, will be pleased to learn that Rev. S. C. Damon is $omewhat better. His Majesty the King went on board the Alameda just prior to her departure, to bid farewell to Mrs. Governor Kinkead, her niece Miss Kibbe, Colonel Sprecke'ls, and other friends. Mr. Samuel Macy, the newly-appointed Inspector of Public Vehicles, has entered upon his duties. Air. wona, wnom Air. Macy succeeds, has been commissioned as Dislrict Judge at Waialua, on this island. His Excellency the Premier returned from his brief visit to his estate on Lanai, on Saturday last. Though his holiday has been of the briefest, yet it has been of benefit vo his health, no doubt. He returned just in time to say good-bye to Colonel Spreckels and other outward-bound friends. Captain Cameron of the Planter reports that he and his officers saw numerous whales of huge size around the vessel while she was at Eaipukai, Eaui, last Thursday even ing. If the two whalers that are reported cruising around the islands happen to pee them they will probably secure some "ile." The Lunalilo Home was thrown open for inspection last Saturday and, it being the anniversary of the birthday of its founder, thejRoyal Hawaiian Band played a fine pro gramme of selections and original music. Quite a number of visitors were present, and the day being a fine one the scene was quite animated and enjoyable. z ' The Alameda did not sail until 1 r. m. on Saturday last, as she waited an hour for the transfer of the island mails, brought down by the Likelike and Kinau. The vessel was fully laden, and when she went out stirred up the mud considerably. This morniug the dredge will commence taking out the mud at the O. S. S. Co.'s dock. At the exhibition of paintings at the Hotel the other night, a handsome compliment was paid the artist. A gentleman was tell ing a lady that the broad field of lava in the fore-ground was where he stood while look ing at the crater just beyond. "Why," said the lady, " did you venture ou to that lava? It looks to me as if it was going to break up in a minute " which was precisely what the painter intended the spectators should think while looking at his wonderful production. The date tree grows luxuriantly on these islands, and the fruit is one of the most delicious and nutritious that we have. The tree is some years in coming into bearing ; but when it does commence it goes on for a great many years, yielding a great quantity of fruit. The tree is also one of the most ornamental tropic trees we have, and when in full bearing is a delight to the eye as well as the palate. The Mynah birds fully ap preciate the sweet berries, and, to save any from them, it is necessary that each large bunch of the ripening fruit should be en closed in a piece pf netting, The berries da not ripen all at onoe, but mature daring several weeks. They are very nice, whether eaten fresh from the tree or dried. "There ia no merit in kicking a man when he ia down. It is sometime good 'or he kickce' tat cowardly always, and actd injuriously upon the kicker." The writer of the above savs he believes that the Government is "down, very down." The I question is, how long will it be before he i stultifies himself bv ierformin? that cow- hers, and described by us, is an "Aplypia" commonly known a3 the "sea hare." This particular variety, we are informed, wa9 always a great favorite, as an article of food with the native chiefs, and as it is nothing but a large snail, and feeds on Bea-weed, there is no reason why it should not be eaten. The Professor says, however, that in the West Indies the negroes consider it quite poisonous, which may be the case where the animal feeds on some noxious matter. 1 Obituary. On Saturday last, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. B. F. Dillingham, quietly passed from earth Mrs. Lowell Smith. It is wUh dcep regret ihat we record the decea8e : . .i , ui ims uiusi t'suiaauje iaay. one was one oi that noble sisterhood of women who left their homes and friends when life was just opening out before them, to come with their husbands to these then almost unknown shores, bringing with them the Christian religion. For fifty years the deceased had her home here. During all that half century she has been constant in good words and works, and there live hundreds on these islands natives and foreigners who owe to her teachings and example their knowedge of Christ, and redemption through Him. In her home circle her children aud grand children will always remember her gentle teachings, In that larger circle of those who were her friends, her presence will be long missed; and in all Christian circles where her name was known her memory will be cherished. Mrs. Lowell Smittyvas born in Westboro, Mass., in 1810. She was married to theEev. Lowell Smith in October. 1832. In 1334 they came to these islands, where they have lived ever since, making one visit only to their former home, in 1865. The deceased leaves behind her her husband the vener able Dr. Smith, and two children Mrs. B. F. Dillingham and Mr. A. L. Smith. Mrs. Smith was the Secretary of the Stranger's Friend Society, and President of the Woman's Board of Missions. In com mon with all members of society on these islands, we extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon from Kaumakapili Church, of which the Rev, MrSmith was the first pastor more than thirty years ago. The Revs. E. C. Oggel and A. O. Forbes conducted the ser vice. A very large number of both foreign ers and natives were present, and many of the latter expressed their sorrowby loud wailings. The church was trimmed with black, and before the remains were removed from the building the coffin lid was removed to permit a last look at her who lay bo peacefully in her last long sleep, fllce Court. BEFORE POLICE JUSTICE BICKEBTOX. Satckday, Jan. Slst. Frank Metcalf, accused of perjury, was remanded until Monday. Ah Earn was fined $50 and sent to prison for a month for having opium in his pos session. Waihai was fined $G without a license. for driving a hack Baud Concert. The Royal Hawaiian Band will give a con cert at Emma Square, this evening, at half past 7 o'clock. The following is the pro gramme : PABT I. March " Ka Liko Hou" Michiels Overture "The Oath" Auber Galop " Pomona " Leutner Selection" Don Carlos " Verdi PABT II. Selection " Scotch Melodies " Gassner Waltz" Scented Flowers " Waldtenfel Medley Black Brigade " Beyer " Hawaii Ponoi." A Social Event. Last Friday evening, an elegant party was given at the residence of Colonel and Mrs. C. H. Judd, which, it is needless to say, was a most delightful social event. Parties at that house are always a success, and this one, now that the charming Misses Judd are at home, was no exception to the rule. The commodious parlors were canvased for dancing, which was the feature of the even ing, and continued till the i'wee, sma' hours," with an intermission for supper, when an elegant collation was served. A tent was erected on the lawn, which wag occupied by nis Majesty the King and several gentlemen of the Court. The wide verandas were carpeted, and furnished with easy chairs, where many of the guests en joyed the beautiful moonlight, which was bright enough to read by. Among the many guest3 were His Majesty the King, V. U. ana Mrs. lierger, Dr. Her bert, Mr. and Miss Widemann, Mr. and Mrs. Dowsett, Jr., Mrs. Dowsett, Miss Mary Dowsett, Mr. and Mrs. B. Cartwright, Mr and Mrs. A. Cartwright, Miss Nina Green, Miss Cotta Mist, Miss Birdie Wells, Miss M Kelly, Miss Bertha Vou Holt, Mrs. Benson, Miss Maud Benson, the Misses Carter, the Misses Austin, Mr. and Mrs. natch, Mrs. ! Dr. McGrew, Miss Emily Harris, Capt. and Mrs. Hayley, the Mistes Cleghoru, Miss Lula Moore, Mr. Will Adams, Mr. Austin, Miss Lonise Brickwood, Miss Mary Wilder, Mr G. Wilder, Mr. J. Wilder, Mr. Morse, Mr. Harry Von Holt, Mrs. Parker Makee, Mr. Holdsworth, Mr. Ch. Peering, Mr. Swansy and Major Purvis. A Plenle, Early yesterday morning a party of several Hawaiian ladies and gentlemen, with a number of foreigners as their guests, amounting in all to about rlfty: left town for an excursion visit to Manoa Valley. The ride up was splendid, and the breeze ex hilarating and refreshing.especially to those who Lad been tied down all the week with labor. On arriving at the rise of the hill at the entrance to the valley, the ejes of all were delighted by the splendid view of gorge and mountain in front of them and of the picturesque suburb of Honolulu they were leaving behind with the ocean beyond. Manoa Valley was looking its best, aud those who Lad never seen it before expressed themselves as highly pleased with th9 visit, and also with the hospitality of the resi dents. After arriving at the head of the valley, all took to their feet and scrambled among the trees and ferns, and viewing what was there to be seen, and also enjoy ing a bath in the cool and refreshing water of Waiakekua. A grand picnic repast was laid out and everybody did justice to the good things prepared beforehand by tender hands. The excursionists returped home late last' evening, and "all expressed them selves highly pleased with the visit and es pecially grateful to those of the party who got up this great treat. Everybody re turned in high spirits after reveling in the salubrious air of old and famous Manoa Valley. dmttsements. Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A inarvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in com petition with the multitude of lowtest, short wetoht, alum or phosphate powders. Sold OKLT E5 cans. Boyau Bakiko P0WSK& Co.. 103 WaUeW K. Y. 280 tf FOR. SALE! THE Honolulu Almanac AND S DIEECTOEY. AX OFFICIAL AXn Business Directory of Honolulu, TOGETHER WITH FULL Statistical & General Information Belatius to tbe Ilan'n Islands. For Sale by J.M.Oat, Jr., & Co AND AT The P.C. Advertiser Office. PRICE, FIFTY CTS. PEE COPY Honolulu, January 27, 1S85. GRAHAM PAPER COMPANY, St. Lonls, .Mo. Manufacture and Supply all kinds of Book. News, Flat anl Label Papers, Binders' Board., Twines, Etc. W. G. RICHARDSON RESIDENT AGENT, 203 LeldesdorflT Street. Telephone No. 47. SA FRANCISCO. N. B. Special Attention given to Large Contr act - 471 tftw Notice to the Public. The Elite Ice Cream will be served at the SARATOGA HOUSE, on Hotel Street, nntll Further notice. J-Opfii Daily until lO P.M. Orders received and carefully attended to. Weddings and 1'arties supplied. Telephone 181. Our cart with Celebrated Ice Cram will make Its usual route in the evening. 466 tf NOTICE. The People's Ice Company, That Reduced tbe price of Ic to IS cents per lb., Will be prompt in commencing the delivery ICE to their new customers who bav given their orders t be served on and after Jaauary 1st 1335. 332-Ja31 J ' ifROYAL KwAf XJ ICE CREAM PAULORS Shipping. FOR SAN FRANCISCO THE FAVORITE BRIGANTINK CONSUELO. COUSINS Master WU1 have quick dispatch for the above port. For freight or passage apply to 483 tf CASTLE A COOKE. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. r3s THE SLW AND ELEGANT STEAilSKLPS MARIPOSA' & 'ALAMEDA Will leave Honolulu and ban Francisco on the FIRST and FIFTEENTH of each menth. PASSENGERS may have their names booked in advance by applying at tbe office of the Agents. Passengers bv this line are hereby notified that thev will be allowed 250 pounds of baggage FREE by the Overland Railway when traveling East. EXCURSION TICKETS for round trip, 125. Good to return by any of the Company's steamers within ninety days. MERCHANDISE intended for shipment by this lne will be received free of charge, in the com pany's new warehouse, and receipts Issued for same. Insurance on mercnanaise in me ware- euse will be at owners' risk. WILLIAM a. IRWIN CO., PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO TIME TABLE. PACIFIC MAIL S.S.CO. For San Francisco Zealandia On or about Feb. 15. For Auckland and Sydney C Australia ..On or about Feb. 21. 123-tfwtt PETER DALTON, USTo. 91 Kins St. Once more solicits the patronage and support of those who for twenty years knew and dealt with him Plain Talk Pays Always. Peter has for many years worked for and en deavored to please every class of .the community from the highest in the land down to the humblest of the working classes, and be can say that during that time he never made an enemy or lost a cus tomer. Now he has again put his band to the plow, and Is as well able and wlllLag-to give honest work, good material, and fair value for money s ever yet was done lu the Hawaiian Islands. Has always on hand Single and Double Harness. Express Harness, Plantation Harness. Wnlps, Spurs, Cuainols, Sponges, Brushes, And everything requisite for tbe Stable. yA full line of English and Sydney Saddles, Saddle Cloths, Blankets, etc., always In stock. What he has not got he can make. 290 my2&.diw ATTENTION ! ft WIXE AND SPIRIT Knnanu Street, Honolulu, II. I. Offer fur sale at Lowest Market Rates, Geerge Goulet Champagne, pints and quarts Chas. Farre " Carlton Frere " Fine Old California Brandy (in bulk), Pure Virginia White Rye Whiskey, Budweiser Lager Bier, pints and quarts. A Large and well Selected Stock o ALES, SEEKS, WINES, SPIBITS, Etc. Always on hand and for sale at prices that def competition. Country orders solicited. Ail goods guaranteed. Telephone No. 46. P. O. Box 362. 154-tf CONOVER BROS'. PIANOS, 105 EAST HTH ST., NEW YORK. The.most artistic Upright Pianos ever produced both for quality of tene and wonderful and elastic actions. The coming upright pianos of the world. Send for Illustrated eatalogue, description and prices to F. W. SPENCER CO., Pacific Coast A genu, 23 and 25 Fifth Street. SAN FRANCISCO. 476 tfw FREETH PEACOCK , I, - ' " '" THE WHITE HOUSE. MESSES. RAPHAEL WEILL & CO. Have the honor to announce to their numerous customers of the Hawaiian Islands that they are prepared to take Special Orders for all kind3 of Merchandise in the DRY GOODS LIHSTIE, To be executed in Pans by their buyers, and delivered in Honolulu, via San Francisco, in transit. We beg further to call their attention to our long established house, known all over the Pacific for its honorable dealings, and beg to assure them that we will spare no pains to continue to deserve their patronage. -:o:- All Orders Promptly Executed, and Samples sent on Application. N. W. Comer Kearny and Post Streets, SJVN FRANCISCO. 447 Headquarters FOR HOLIDAYS! HOLIDAYS! HOLIDAYS ! FOR Santa Claus ! Santa - Christmas Presents! New Year s Gifts ! Every Day a Grand Opening Day. New Goods are Daily Counters as soon 2fw Arrive! from Euffland, Australia, pr P. M.S. Zalanlta, f November 23rd, Terra Cotta Figurei, Biiue Figurei, Ala baster Figures, Motto Cops and Saucers, Fine Moustache Cups, China Vases, Bohemian Vases, CLiaa and Bisque Ornaments, Roue Ornaments, Ladies' Bags, Work Boxes, Scrap Albums, Dress ing Cases, a Fine Line, Ladies' Fans, Velvet Frames, (leg&nt finish), a splendid assort ment of Ladies' aud GentB Purses, Toilet Sets, Carters, Bread Knives, Scissors. Cups, Saucers, Dishes, Bowls, Plates, Jugs, Ewers and Basins, Tea Pots, Coffee Pots, Parian Figures, Flower Stands, Bouquet Holders, Billiard Chalk, Fancy China Ware, Granite Ware, ETC., ETC, ETC, ETC., ETC. ETC., ETE., ETC., ETC. "Recollect we throw out no leaders. Every article speaks for itself, and we sell as low as the lowest, and you will find always perhaps lower. KEZST3STEDY & CO., Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Home FumisJiing Goods, fancy Articles, Notions, Novelties, Specialties, Etc. P.JO. BOX 380, HONOLULU. :o: -:o:- &p23&W for Supplies THE- Claus ! Santa Claus ! FOR - Cliristmas Presents ! - New Years Gifts ! being Placed on "our as Room is Made. Pocket Knives, Tea, Call and Dinner Bells, Fine Ink Stands, Accordeons tho best manufactured, Bell Battles, Rubber Dolls, Mouth Organs, Trumpets, Clarionettes, Cabinets, Elegant Dressed Dolls, Fine Stationery, Boxes, Cases and Backs, Cabinet Albums, Lustres, Olass Sets, Crockery Ware, Toilet Soap, Pianos, Khell Work, Dinner Sets, Color Boxes, Table Matd, Tea Sets, China, Tin, Metal. 2 la a i