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'Garbage Notice.
d alter ttis date all garbage will be
away free of charge by the Board
Ifoo 1 parfQ vffHfiin limits rf QHrwl
street, macka; Alapai street, east; the
River, west; and the Waterfront.
' Garbage must be pat into containers not
larger than a bread box, in a place con
venient for removal by the carts.
Containers if left on the highway after
emptying will be taken away by the carts.
The damping ground of A. F. Cooke at
Kalia and Kahololoa are the only places
where garbage can be deposited. The
damping of garbage in any other place is
Btrictly prohibited.
Yard Bcrapings. tree cuttings and
manure will hot be rev ? tae uoaro
of H eal.tfi carts
""" AH privy-vaults and cess-pools within
the above limits, will be emptied free of
charge by the excavator as often as neces
sary, provided they are kept in a condition
to allow pumping.
DAVID JJAYTCIT,
President Board of Health.
Honolulu, Jan. 2, 1891. 2C53 3t
greatgrandfather, "va3 Chancellor
of the Exchequer in Grattan's Par
liament and a vigorous opponent of
the Act of Union, for which he was
dismissed from office. The Chan-
chtllor's grandson married Miss
Delia Tudor Stewart, a daughter of
the celebrated American Captain
Stewart of the United States Navy
who in the Frigate Constitution in
1815 captured the British corvettes
Levant and Cvane. Charles Stew-
art, their eldest son, was born
at Arondale, the seat of the family
in i nnntv w letaow. in lo-to, auu
dml lAiiJ?6 fifivnitirtdtih ADVfltttraER, jantjare
iXtn Slifticrtisciiunts.
1891.
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Mtc.
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MB. F. WITTROCK has been appointed
h-the Board of Education, School Agtct
ior the District of liana, on the Island of
Maui.
By order of the Board of Education.
, W. JAS. SMITH, Secretary.
w Education Office, Jan. 1, 1891.
1356-lt 2G53-3t;
EVENTS OF TO-DAY.
No'
w
j. iPOGHAPHiCAL Union Monthly meeting
atxiarmuDy nail at i v. M.
Iemperaitce Meetin At Fowler's Yard
at 7 :3U p. m.
uahu LiOdqe No. 1 Meeting at K. of P.
nau at 7 p. m.
iand concert At . iJmma Square at 4 :S0
p. m.
THE DAILY
Pacific Comercial Advertiser.
Be Jutt nd fear not:
Let all the ends thou alm'ct t be
Thy Country's, thy Ood's, nc Tmth'B.
. r 1-1 Tl:
was educated at uamnnuge um
versity, though he never took his
degree. After a tour in America
he settled down for a time
i 3 wr j a vm1a
high sheritTof the county in 1874
Thus curiously enough we Una in
Mr. Parneli all the circumstances
characteristic of the " British Gar
rison " in Ireland, whose extirpa
tion is the chosen calling of his fol
lowers. An Englishman by blood,
a irrorpetftnt vy religion, anu a
landlord, most generally absentee,
by circumstance.
His first attempt to enter Parlia-
mens was a iaiiure, uut in ibyd ne
was elected for County Meath, and
the nextyear in association with Mr.
Biggar he initiated what is known
aa 41 obstruction policy," or,as some
of his party have described their
object, "to make all government
impossible." A few years ago,
findinj his estates heavily mort
gaged, ho received from his follow
ers a present of 3S,000. Of late
years his name has been incessant
ly before the public on both sides
of the Atlantic.
Meanwhile the old branch of the
family flourished at the old home
m Cheshire, and in 1841 Sir Henry
Parneli, M.P., a Lord of the Treas
ury, Secretary at War, etc., etc.,
was created a Peer under the
title of Baron Congleton.
HAWAIIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION.
!
Full Report of the Various Events-
Windy Day for Shooting.
The tenth semi-annual meeting of
the Hawaiian Rifle Association took
place at the new range, Kaauhika,
New Year's Day. The shooting
commenced early, and throughout
the dav there were a great number
present. Despite the heavy wind
all dav. at times
increasing to a gale, some remark
ablv ffood scores were made. Mr.
T. E. Wall officiated as officer of
the day. The shooting for the Mid-
Chamnionshit) wafe unavoid
ably postponed on account of
hnittffirnns weather.
"Following are the scores and the
- -i
Kciu Sftpcrtisenuntfl.'
Adttrtistmnits.
LIST OF LETTERS
Kein&lning "Uncalled For" in the Gen-
...i rnt Office. Honolulu, Dec.
31. 1S90.
PIONEER LINE !
WHITE'S EXPBEsS
HOLLISTEE & GO.,
DIPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Alexandra, Mrs M A Anderson, S W
Anderson. J onn A Auia, jarues
Acquisto, J Andrews, Cbas
Anjos, Mrs E Abb hun, Mr
Brown, S E Braun. Joseph
Bartholomew, J S (2) Bartholomew fc
the
winners in each event, viz:,,
MATCH 1 BEODIE CCP.
.1 W Pratt.. 4 44445545 443
J G Roth well.
C B Wilson...
W E Wall....
CHustace.. .
H W Peck....
FHnstace
C.I Wall ....
J Kidwell . .
4 4 5 3 4 4 4 5 4 542
3 4 4354455 441
3 4 4444444 439
4 44344444 439
4 44542444 439
3 43454434 438
4 33443435 437
4 43403445 53(3
JIl 8 Williams.... 2 33344433 433
T WrU," 3 13342433 332
A Geuns 3 0 2 3 4 4 0 4 3 427
1st Prize, J. W. Pratt: 2nd Prize, J. G
Roth well; 3rd Prize, C. B. Wilson.
CORRESPONDENCE.
Braes, C H
Borhardt, Mr
Bomke, Miss Dora
Broderick, Mrs H
Brain, M
Brash. D
Blomquist, W 8
Clinton, D W
Costa, Miss Mary
Cleanier, Carl S
Dismorr, J S
Delaney, James
Dickson. Airs M
Drummond, Rev W
Elder, Chas
Fishbonrne, E C
Field, Frank (2)
Fisher, J G
Fisher, Mrs M W
Farrell, II M .
Gray, Chas
Howell, Arthur
Hancock, W J
Hardwick, F V
Harrison, Geo
Holbrook.Mrs M E
Heine, Mrs W
Johnson, E R
Langeheim, E
Baker
Bryant, H R
Becker, T
Brookniann. H
Bohlert. F
Brunay, P
Bradley, W H
Chamberlain, Mrs
C W
Clark, Geo
Duncke, V
Dicks.Miss Annie (2)
Dobson. Henry
Fisher, A B
Foster, H
Fitzgerald. John
Fraidy, Miss
Gorki, H W
Hogan. Ed
Hutchinson, John
Henck, FO
Horner, M
Hermanson, F
Hubscher, W
All Aboard for Waialua
Way Stations !
and
fTRAINS
J- Railway
Lossing, F
2 ALDEX FED IT AND TAKO MEDAL.
W E Wall 4 4 5 4 4 5 4 5 4 4
545444555 387
T TIT A A. . . . .
j w iran 4 044444140 I i.,nn. i!0QiT'm.v.oir r Wm t?
255555454 585 7!"; ' 'V TAv. " r i.;, Mr
Lee, J I Leroy, cnas
LEAVING HONOLULU
Station at 8:45 A. u. on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRI
DAYS will carry Passengers, Mail and
Small Packages for Waialua.
Transfer will be made at Pearl City to
White's Pi neer Express, which will com
mence to run .Monday morning, uec. am
Sinele tickets from Honolulu to
Waialua can be bought at Honolulu Rail
way Station for $3; round trip tickets $5.
The Pioneer Express will leave Waialua
in time to connect with the passenger train
leaving Pearl Citv for Honolulu at 4:15
p. m on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and
SATURDAYS, arriving at Honolulu Sta
tion at 4 :55 p. M.
This new line will start for the first time
from Waialua on Tuesday, Dec. 30, 1890.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
153-lm General-Manager O. L. & K. to,
Drugs and MecHcines
CHEMICALS.
AMERICAN and HAVANA CIGARS,
y TEE LEADDia BRANDS OF
Cigarettes and Tobaccos.
: The Most Complete Stock of Photographic Supplies'
On the Islands.
AGENCY FOR THK KODAK.
Dark Room at
Disposal of
o
Amateurs.
Manufacturers of a Full Line of
Lewis. Horace II (2) Lanese. P
Lewis. C K Lindsey, H
For HomrkoDg Direct" AEEAfED WATEES !
JWS Williams
C Hustace, Jr. . .
C B Wilson....
J Rothwell
H W Peck
...5 454424444
553545554 384
...2 425534255
535544343 477
...4 442445553
544534224 376
...3 532433453
445232454 573
...4 544254443
404444232 571
1st Prize, W E Wall ; 2nd Prize, J. W.
Pratt; 3rd Prize, J. N. S. Williams.
HAWAIIAN B1FLK ASSOCIATION TROPHY.
J Rothwell:
200 yds 4 54444455 342
500 " 4 4 5 5 4 5 5 4 4 54587
WE Wall:
200 yds 4 44444433 4-38
May, W G Miller, J F
Mathews, J E Moler, Koht u
Miller, W B Morrison, John
Marten, Mr Marshel, Mrs H
McGreeor.Mrs A (2) JUatcee, J w
Maurer, Chris
McClean, Jas
McLaren, Miss Mar- McGahan, W P
500
3 5 3 4 5 5 5 5 54482
SATURDAY.
JAN. 3, 18rt.
4
We do not hold ourselves responsible for the
statements made, or opinions expressed by onr
correspondents.
C B Wilson:. !
. -20 1 yds 4 54443543 440
500 "5 45335353 54181
C Eustace, Jr. :
200 yds 4 54544544 544
500 " 3 44343254 33579
JUS Williams:
200 yds 3 53443354 438
, 500 " 44 2 3 3 5 5 5 4 43979
II W Peck:
200 yds 4 44444343 539
4 2 4 4 3 9 4 3 3-3(-75
-73
The San Francisco Board of
Trade, at its last meeting in Decem
ber, passed the following preamble
The Oratorio Society
. Mb. Editor A communication
which appeared in the Advertiser,
voredi
i
mily a
i'
THEV
and resolution, to be presented to Wednesday, about the proposed
Oratorio Society, appears to mo to
be asking a little too much. Why
other musical societies should sus
pend . their regular rehearsals to
make way for this new society, is
something not understood by a good
many musicians. Those who have
suggested this should be done.
There
th indi
scureft
long t
zoned
en wl ,
S- . ?'
Ye art
oa real
itten ft
Congress by the California State
representatives and senators:
"Whereas, the ' entire business and
trade of the Pacific Coast would be
greatly stimulated and benefited by the
construction of a cable to the . Hawaiian
Islands, Samoa. New Zealand and the
Australian Colonies, 'therefore be it
"Resolved, that the Board of Trade of
San trancisco earnestly urges the Cali
fornia delegation in Congress to exert'
every endeavor to secure the enactment
of a law appropriating a sufficient amount
to effect the necessary survey for a trans
pacific cable system, and for such other
and further beneficent laws as will pro
mote and foster the construction of a
cable from ban k rancieco to the points
above namea."
The figures which have been
given as the corrected population
of the United States, do not includj
jire
have
at war among
enouia certainly present some very
strong reasons for their action, as to
many the request is not looked upon
in any other light, than an attempt
to break up other organizations
which are in active service and have
A nn n VinnHKi A f nln.rt t-kh-vs 4Vmm
than this new candidate in the field.' LKsstace, Jr
An oratorio society to amouJit-to
anything, should have justness than
fifty voices, all able A,n read music.
This new fQV&'iy has only about half
uumDer n is huiu.
Basso.
Election
; ' themselves, and therefore the final
statistics are still incomplete. Com
missioner Porter, in a recent inter- j
view, said that the census office
has the names of 315 Indians, in
cluding a few whites and half
breeds, living on the reservations,
which have not been included in
the published statements. Also
Alaska's Indian population which
r ; has not been returned, remains to
I bo added. The whole, when com-
; plete, will" show the population of
the United States at about 03,000,-
O00or a little more.
of Officers
Cathedral
for St. Andrew's
Church.
CHARLES STEWART
PARNELL.
rotTsbere
att
1 rf
fcchoo
I, I
,he humai
ind diseo
little di;
s older an
LVe evcryj
who inteni
t is far bet
th mountain,
to fetch the
et.
' not practicable
i.
Charles Stewart Parneli of whom
the world has heard so much dur
ing the last twelve or fourteeu
years is a member of an English
family, for many generations set
tied at Congleton in Cheshire. One
branch ct this family migrated to
Ireland some time in the reign of
Charles II., and became possessod
of estates in the South of Ireland.
The eldest son of the immigrant
was Thos. Parneli, a poet of con.
siderablo note in the reign of Queen
Anne. Though holding a deanery
in Ireland, Clogher, he, like his
friend Swift, disliked that country
and considered his situation there a
cheerless and irksome banishment,
and accordingly lived chiefly in
London. Ho was considered an
accomplished scholar. His most
celebrated piece, the " Hermit,"
was praised by Pope, aud Gold
smith wrote his life in very flatter
- ing terms. This gentleman's
nephew, John, was a member of
the Irish Parliament and was mado
a baronet.
Sir Johu's son, Charles Stewart's
There was a very fair attendance
yesterday evening at the meeting for
the election of church officials of St.
Andrew's Cathedral. The Bishop
presided. After explanatory remarks
made by his Lordship relating to
the object of the meeting, Mr. John
Bush, the retiring churchwarden,
read a statement of the receipts and
expenditures of the Cathedral for
the past year. He said that dues and
contributions, which are good, are
yet to be collected, and the amount
to be paid, will alter a little the
present balance. ? The election of
churchwardens followed. Mr. Henry
Smith was unanimously elected
churchwarden for the congregation,
and Rev. W. H. Barnes, the rector,
appointed Mr. J. Barnes as his war
den. lne election or sidesmen re
sulted as follows: Messrs. Ed. Stiles,
Jas. NJ K. Keola, D. P. Kellet, Sr.,
and Solomon Meheulu. The meeting
passed a vote authorizing the war
dens to negotiate a loan for the com
pletion of a new parsonage for the
parish, after which the meeting ad
journed.
A beautiful illustration of electric
light on plants was recently given
by Dr. Siemens before the Royal
bociety of .hnglarwj. lie placed
pot of budding tulips in the full
glare of the electric light in the
meeting room, and iu about forty
miuutes the buds had expanded
into lull bloom. In giving a state
ment of some of his experiments,
Br. Siemens said that he had plant
ed a number oi quick-growing seeds
in pots, and divided the pots into
four groups; one group he had kept
entirely in the darknothcr he had
exposed to the influence of the
electric light only, another to the
influence of daylight only and
another to electric light and day
light in succession. Death soon re
suited to those plants which were
kept entirely in the dark: those ex
posed to the electric light only, and
those exposed to the daylight only,
throve about equally; and those
exposed to both day and electric
light throve much better than
cither.
500
W Pratt: .
200 yds 4 44434444 439
500 "5 4 2 4 3 3 3 4 3 3-34-
Won bv J G. Rothwell.
GOVERNOR DOMINI8' CU?.
WE Wall 208
Rothwell 202
W Pratt.... 201
C B Wilson 198
C Hustace, Jr 195
N S Williams 194
H WPeck 185
Won by W E Wall.
WA1MANALO MEDAL.
H WPeck:
200 vds- 45444444 543
500 " 5 44325245 5-3982
CHustace, Jr:
200yds 4 34543454 440
500 " 3 3 5 3 4 2 4 5 5 53979
CJWall:
200yds 4 44543353 540
500 4 5 3 4 4 3 4 5 3 33878
JNS Williams:
200 yds 4 3 Z A l 4 3 3 4 436
500 5 3 4 522455
WonhyR W Peck; 2nd
ion (4)
Melville, Mrs G W
Neale, R G
Iseuruann, Alfred
Peterson. A P
Palmer, John
Phillips, Capt J
FoUock, David
Pratt, Daniel A (2)
Parker, D
Ramsey, WJ (3)
Ross, Mrs Geo D
Spalding, D
Stove, Loina Prieta
Shaw. W E (3)
Stewart, W
Stanley, D
Lorkilsen, T.
Torreute Miguel
Vetter. W.
Winton, John (3)
Ward, Hamakua-
poko
White, Michael
Young, David (2)
REGISTERED
120G-Mrs. W. E. Shaw
3380 P. Grave
293G A. Horlacher
ei E-A- Wriht
3015 Rustlon, Alfred.
McLaren. W
Marshall, L F
Neth, G A
Nichols, Mrs J J
Perrv, Mrs N S
Parrv, J D
Pires', Rev E H
Perry, H C
Perry, J
Pendergest, Frank
Rolls, A
Rose, Edward
Spencer Chas
Steb ins. H G (2)
Shepherd, James H
Sherwood, C J
The Al Steamship
AMIGO
Bbchn, Commander,' "
Will leave Honolulu for the above ports
on or about
December 3ls1.
-For Darticulars retarding Freight
and Passenger accommodations, apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.,
152-td AGENTS. .
DAIBT FOB SALE !
Comprising all the Popular Carbonated Beverages of the Day.
o
HOLLISTER & CO.. - - - 109 Fort Street
HONOLULU,
II. I.
TOYS
NOT
FOR
SALE
AND DOLLS !
BUT GIVEN AWAY !
Taylor Wm.
Tabades, E.
Willows, Albert
Wetniore, W.
Williams, Mrs. G.
Wahman, L. H.
53
TOYS AND DOLLS GIVEN AWAY AT
T
HE SUBSCRIBER, BEING ABOUT
to leave the Kingdom temporarily
C.
54076
prize, C
CJWall...
J H Soper.
A uenns . .
T Wright..
r UarwicK.
J Kidwell..
Parties inquiring for letters in the
above list, wm please asK tor "Adver
tised Letters."
F. WUNDENBERG.
Postmaster-General.
Postoffice, Honolulu, Jan. 1,
General
1891.
offers for sale his well-established Dairy,
situated at Kaaipu, in Manoa Valley, four
miles from Honolulu Post Office, and now
doing a business of $600 per month.
The Dairy outfit includes Land in fee
simple, whereon the buildings stand, with
valuable leases of the remaining lands;
about 100 Cows and Heifers of well-selected
Stock; 2 Durham Bulls; Dwelling Houses
and Outbuildings, including Barn Room
for 52 Cows and stalls for 7 horses ; Horses,
Wagons, Cans, and all the appointments
of a first-class Dairy.
Should the subscriber be nnable to make
a satisfactory sale of the Dairy as a whole,
he will sell the Cows, Horses, aud other
chattels separately.
XFAn inspection is invited. Apply on
the premises to L . A. MONTANO.
or to C. W. Ashford, Attorney at Law,
Honolulu. - 151-12t
! N. S. SACHS', 104 Fort St.
Holiday Goods!
ECTli you are in search oi H lidav Goods, call upon us, and eeethe
IMMENSE VARIETY of NOVELTIES we "are displaying, suitable for
CHRISTMAS and NEW YEARS PRESENTS
Immense Assortment of
FANCY PLUSH GOODS
DIRECTOR) CUP.
4 44444544 4-41
2 3 5 5 3 4 4 4 5 439
, 4 35344444 4-38
.......4 3 4 3 3 4 3 3 4 435
4 33344333 535
4 4 3 3 4 0 5 4 3 333
E G Schuman 2 24334343 331
H Giles 3 43233320 3-26
Won by C J Wall.
POOL TARGET.
J G Rothwell 5 bullseyes.
P Hustace .4 "
J NS Williams.. 3 "
F Barwick 2 "
L Hughes ....2 "
CB Wilson 1 "
C Hustace, Jr 1 "
PISTOL FOOL. '
J Rothwell 3 bullseyes.
J W Pratt 2
J H Soper 2
W Soper 2
F Hustace 1 '
citizens' match.
L Marks 29
J Kidwell 28
C J Wall..; 28
F Barwick 28
AGenns 27
E Everett 26
J H Soper 26
A Wall 2G
T Wright. 26
C H Everett 26
O Wall ... 25
B R Campbell 25
J Little 25
E I) Baldwin 25
J Wilson 25
W Soper .24
C Davis 24
T Wall 24
FGertz 24
F G E Walker 24
E G Schuman 7 24
H A Giles 23
P G I Walker 23
F Wicke 23
C Haswell. 23
PO Sullivan r 23
F Godfrey 22
G Schuman 22
P Hughes 21
H Walker. 21
J B Gibson 21
W H Charlock- 21
J Grace 21
F S Dodge 21
F B Oat 20
W D Alexander 20
J LTorbert T-20
The prizes in the Citizens' Match will be
awarded in the order of list of prize wiu
ners given above.
NOTICE.
The1 Anglican
Church v Chronicle,!
A MONTHLY PERIODICAL,
Recording current events of Church
History throughout the world.
Events in Hawaiian History.
Educational and Literary Notes.
Miscellaneous Notes of Science and
Art and Useful Information.
Published on the first Saturday of
every month by the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh.
Sold by the Hawaiian News Co.
Honolulu, H. I. 1356 2653-lt
ISTOTTCE !
THE HODRS OF DIVINE SERVICE
for the Second Congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral will be, until further
notice, as follows:
on sus DAYS.
Morning Prayer at 9 :45 A. M.
Evening Prayer at 6:30 p. m.
Sunday School at 9:15 a. m.
FRIDAY.
Evening Prayer and Choir Practice at
7:30 p. M.
Through the kindness of Mr. Pain, man
ager of the Hawaiian Tramway Co , the
car3 will run to suit the above hours as
follows:
From Pauoa to Cathedral, 9:25 a. m.
From Cathedral to Pauoa, 11:00 A. M.
From Pauoa to Cathedral, :15 p. M.
From Cathedral to Pauoa, 7:30 p. m.
The car which has hitherto started from
Pauoa at 7:33 on Sunday evenings will
leaveat7:.'0. 2652-2t
ICE!
OWING TO THE AD
vaneed prices in feed and
labor, we the undersign
ed, from and after this
date, shall charge on all general merchan
dise, carted from any steamer arriving
from Shn Francisco, the rate of Sftv cents
(50 cents) per ton, as per bills of lading.
All carting from sailing vessels at the rate
of forty (40) cents per ton.
Signed: Hustace, Robertson & Hitch
cock; E. Peck & Co.; Marcus R. Oolbum;
Cits Drayine Co., W. F. Sharratt; M. N.
Sanders; J. W. McGuire.
Honolulu, Jan. 1, 1891. 2i54-liu
f N AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 1890,
' the prices of Ice will be as follows:
Under 10 lb daily 2c. per lb
10 to 20 lb. .. " lHc per lb
20 to 50 ib " llic. per lb
50 to 2000.... " iC. per lb
ion lots, one ueuvery fioperton
Ice pacKed and shipped ljc. per lb
Boxes 10 De cnargeu lor according 10 size.
All orders on the books of either Com
pany will be continued unless otherwise
ordered.
PEOPLES' ICE & REFRIG'NG CO.,
UNION ICE CO.
Parties desiring to make any
changes in their or ers can do so bv noti
fying L. C. ABLES,
Office Union Ice Co.. or by telephone.
Mutual Tel. 375; Bel' Tel. 482.
155-lw 1356-lm
FOR XELlSIS !
ON A LONG TERM. FOR
building purposes, small Lots on
Alapai street. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON.
152-lw Attorney-af.-Law.
UP TOWN
Book, News and Stationery Store.
At Exceptionally Low Prices!
m
Placq
ues
See the Beautiful Display of
New Years' Gifts!
In the windows of this Popular
Store!
LADIES DESIRING
STAMPING OUTFITS
Can
have the same with Cooks of In-
struction complete.
The Hawaiian Almanac k Annual
NOW READY!
Hand-painted Porcelain
In a variety of shapes and sizes, illustrated with a variety of subjects, such as ;
Animals, Flowers, Landscapes, etc., etc.
EMBROIDERED BOX SUITS
An immense variety and prices within reach of all ; suitable and acceptable
presents.
Linen Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Silk EmWdcrcd Baadtercliefs,
GENTLEMEN'S 6 ILK TJMlmELLAS, : , ...
HAND SATCHELS, PAINTED FANS, ;
GENT'S FINK BILK. SCARFS,
KID GLOVES, KID GLOVES
1 " '
Silk Shawls, Cashmere Shawls,
GENT'S SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, - :
TORCHON LACE SCARF TIDIES, : LACE UED SETS.
THOS. G. THRUM.
1336 134-y Proprietor.
'We have all the above in great variety, and at Reasonable Price 1
Before making your purchases, come and examine our Stock.
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OAHU COLLEGE
AND
Piiata Prejaratory School
Second Term opens Monday,
January 12, 18U1.
CLASSES IN BOOK-KEEPING
mid Vocal Mot-lc will be formed.
Mr. P. H. DODGE, late or the National Aca
demy of De?5i:n, (N. Y.) will have classes in
Drawing at Coilege and Preparatory School.
The regular work of tbe term, also, includes
tbt following : English Language, English
Literature, Khcloric. Latin, Greek, French,
Algebra. Geometry, Physical Geography, Chein
istiy, Physicx, Geology. History, and Instru
mental Mur-ic.
The Boarding Department nil be managed as
heretofore, and the Trustees are coi.tident that
it offers better privileges as a school-home than
can he obtained elsew here for the same money.
S"For further information, addiess
F. A. UOSMER.
1155-n 155-I0t Honolulu.
$5000 Worth t Silverware
Notice to Contractors!
PEACH BLOW WAKE,
SATIN WARE,
TOYS, DOLLS,
GLASSWARE,
BID8 WILL BE
digging a cellar
RECEIVED FOR
and building cellar
walls on Fort street, on the site of Wil
liams' Photographic Gallery, tip to Dec.
30, 1890, at 12 o'clock noon. , We do not
bind ourselves to accent the lowest bid
made. Plans and specifications can be
obtained at our ..ffice.
145-2w C. BREWER CO.
The Enterprise Hack Co.
HAS BEEN RE-ORGANIZED
and has removed to Carriage
Stand No. 13. opposite the Po
lice Station. Telephone orders will receive
prompt attention and the public guaran
teed satisfaction. Wagonetts furnished at j
a few minute's notice.
-BellTel. 113; Mutual Tel. Kift.
WALLACE JACKSON,
150-lru Manager.
FRANCIS M. ENGLISH, B. A,, (OXON.),
Is prepared to receive pupils in
Classics, Mathematics and English
Literature.
Special preparation for University and
Competitive Examinations.
HFor terms, etc., please apply No. 4
Garden Lane, behind British Club. -107-1 in
Given
Away!
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SILVER !
89.50 For the Next
... 30 Days!
Our Grand Silver I'eachhlow, Satin WTare, Toys. Dolls and iti"
illW xAIV. sill mmmpnrn nn MONDAY" DwamW S. 1SIO.
jCep-During this Sale, EVERY Customer Purohas ng $2 50 worth will re
ceive a Handsome Peachhlow, Satinware, Glassware, Dolls, Toys or Silver Present.
Look at our Window and see the fine display of Presents!
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