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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, DECEMBER 12, 1891.
AT PUNAHOU. A SERIOUS CHARGE.
faJ Evening with Miss
Pills Imported From China Sup
posed To Contain Opium.
S ..J,f'lU NiUl. o
f rood roads, convenient
other conveyances might
f taken crowds into the
lanywbere that attraction
.t there was more than
f ; panabou. and so a crowd
) , -rr-h as has rarely been
A Prominent Chinese Merchant
Arrested For Attempted
We do not hold ourselves responsible for the
statements made, or opinions expressed by our
Mr. Editor : In the list of
American "Wits and Humorists pub
lished in this morning's paper, I
notice the name of Sydney Smith,
whose nom de plume was Peter
Plimley. There is another Ameri-
BY JAS. F. MORGAN.
xesterday morning Chu Gem, a can humorist named Dickens, who
nips, frill prominent f!hi used to write under the (IN SATTTRHi V
w . v.-, onv bnvft honn lO 06 & mpmhor nt r xoz, ana vet anotner AmeriMn
hnuiiu j v..w . Uo mm ui vrfuuuir I m i , " . .
Carriages ail mm
many have been.
mtK" fall, the
Hfl fr, 0nd the
W -S 41:1 M-
SamKee & Co., was arrested on a X pLm 80meumes cboai
phnwonf finomr , ..- X a ellow Plush for a signature. Ex
cnargeof attempting to bribe a Cas- rnn ii C
tnm TT,a .olWu, uui iu may ut
-. now WiAlViOI. i- ur
At lO O'clock A. 3VT.
some time as well to have the
At the Store of E. G. SCHUilAN, Ho
tel St., I will sell at Public Auction, his
A movinnn lief I 1n..n C n .C
i " j it is no exaggeration to ninese merchants have been import- complete while you are about it. comprising:
St 'hundreds were there, ing large quantities of pills from Dec. 11th. Anglo-Maniac. i m ,
i rmc maciuii,
-" , H -W--W- I w a r- . A VS&XA
-r inn f rta fri Maw I "ii
-i rtitmg a iew v.mna, entering them at the Custom
?.:",!,' ;niArtainm,t. nouse 89 common medicinal pillg.and I ,t " . B,uu . 8.D.ows w w De .per-
lrchIUW, the revenue officials decided to make ""enada ,bJL w',ho
j' Callicg the Pilots investigations and closely scrutinize aftt
ion r. r r :r possiDie me ingredients of the so- everything w thin t'nA pnnlnonvA
called medicinal preparation. There will be, however, several
vj about muo u uutn.
? 9:3cince was of an entirely The authorities have learned that theatres built and kept running, at
:i ' 1 AT.CId Tlnln I i. 1 ... ...
t ciiaruciei. iuioD ittio my were opium puis, used by the
Miss Dale thev were oninm nills. nfi hxr wnicn tne nnest talent in the world.
SSrL npfusion told the storv of ni,?,. i , , lfc expected, will appear, and
life illustrating the art- sTtheTc ded To confs cat any n 1 Wh, ' T
fcgress and growth with songs consignments that should arrive al Pf f?ance3. will have to pay an
iijnmental compositions. Last this port. admission fee. Such sights as "A
the object was to illustrate Edward Devaschelle, a Custom tret be free, but
liauvca ui uiauiui uuuiiuiico ill u
few cases will be allowed to charge
time, and had been keeping a care- a sma11 fee to special performances
fill guard. The Kitty is recently 01 a theatrical nature.
from the Unent and had a largo
cfees3 n,ade b the P?Plt8 in House guard, has been on duty
ScLas well as to contribute a watching the bark Kitty for some
t acd friends of the school.
foale furnished the accompani-
TiT iuu uuu pnrtnrrt tnr tnn moai l hi noca m or
y how thoroughly a correct chants. Last Monday afternoon,
pathetic assistance by the while Mr. Devaschelle was on
I can help a singer, lhe parts duty at Brewer's wharf, where
piano were also excellent. In tne VGSsel ia ying it ig
SOOithe progress which the pupils sieged that Chu Gem approached
j3aae in iu paau muiu w ur- tue officer and pointed out a box, at
the same time offering a bribe of
25 to allow it to pass without in
spection. The guard immediately
informed the Custom House authori
ties about the circumstance. The
box was then examined, and found
to contain opium pills.
HE WANTED NO TIME.
She asked him if he'd hold some
He ran away in haste,
But came back quickly when he saw
'Twas wound around her waist.
1 Side-bar Buggy,
1 2-Seated Wagon,
1 Express Wagon,
G Patti Carts, 1 Del Monte Cart,
1 Oxtel Cart,
12 Sels of Fine Single Harness
fancy Lap Robes. Buggy Whips,
20 Pairs Carriage Lamps,
1 Hand Cart, 1 iik l-etk,
I Set Double Harness,
1 MacNEALE & UK BAN SAFE !
One Bay Mare !
In foal to the Stallion Nutwood.
The Pacific Hardware Co.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU,
Beg to announce that they have opened their ART ROOMS on the
second floor of their JXew Building, where they have on Exhibition,
Articles suitable for CHRISTMAS' PRESENTS, comprising examples
of the folloivifig Wares: Limoges, Boston, Rose Dubarry, Newport,
Ivory, Queen, Bisque, Royal Windsor, Royal Worcester, Royal Devon,
Royal Hungarian, Tulip, Orchid, Bohemian, Etc., Etc.
. They have Just Received a fine line of the Latest Patterns of
PICTURE MOULDINGS, Mirrors, Engravings, Etching's, Photogra
vures, Pastels, Autotypes, Etc., Etc., of the Latest publications;
Easels in wood and bamboo; Tables, Chandeliers, Hanging, Piano
and Banquet Lamps, Statuettes, and many Articles too numerous to
OIL PAINTINGS by local Artists Mrs. Wells, Messrs. Barn
field, Hitchcock, Mrs. Paulis, and others.
f&STAs soo7i as shelving on the first floor is completed they tvill
open a Line of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Agate, Japaned
and Tin Ware. They trust their friends will appreciate the disap
pointment they have experienced in not being able to have their
Store fitted completely at an earlier date and the fact that their
entrance is so unattractive a to afford little inducement to visit the
A VISIT to their Art Rooms icill, they trust, be repaid.
Soliciting a continuance of the patronage they have so liberally
enjoyed in the past, they will spare no pns to fill all orders with
care and promptness.
Honolulu Welcomes Santa Tlaus Again !
ST POPULAR PRICES !
and must be alike gratifying
pelves and to those present
V!l as to the teachers. Punahou
vte congratulated upon the po
vnof so thorough and compe
a musical instructor as Miss
Ttere is no question that she
The "Vistas of Hawaii,f is the
daintiest souvenir ever placed on
sale in Honolulu. Ieave your
orders with the Pacific Hardware
Co., and copies will be mailed
Jas. .B Morgan.
104 Fort Street,
artist in ner proiession. . ai The matter was placed in the
l-'cse of the programme she gra- hands of the Attorn ey-GeneraPs de-
?iy responded to the general partment, with the result of a crim-
eby singing m her own mimi- inai charge being made against the
rviway a lovely song, "Too young acCused.
jljre." Just think of it! It i8 stated also that a civil suit
:e following programme was win be entered against the defend
ed: ant for making an alleged false entry
programme part i. at the Custom House.
l Chu Gem was arrested about half-
.UgUlC ViUlCl, .
HERE'S 1 I NIC !
NEW AND ELEGANT GOODS
At My Evening Sale,
ON SATURDAY, - DEO. 12th
AJT T O'CLOCK. I?. 3V1.
IPSP'We announce our firm intention to please you, one and all. We arc
now fully prepared to meet the demands of the Season, and assure the Public,
that Visitors will be cordially welcome, whether they wish to purchase4 or not.
Elegant Plush Satin Lined Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Plush and Polished Wood Jewel Cases, ,
Plush Toilet Cases in all grades,
Plush Handkerchief Boxes with Oxidized Trimming,
Combination Collar and Cuff Boxes in Plush and Leather,
Elegant Shaving Sets in Metal Cases and Metal Fittings,
Shaving Glass and Towel Rack Combine d,
Leather Gloves and Handkerchief Cases,
Fine Leather Card Cases and Pur.-cs in Set.
NOVELTIES, NEW IDEAS AND ODDITIES IN
POLISHED HORN WARE COMBINATIONS. NOVELTIES IN PARASOLS
AND GENTS' FINE SILK UMBRELLAS. 2804
Girls' Glee Club.
pra Lowrie and Edith Bond.
past 9 yesterday morning, and was
immediately released on bail. The
hearing will come up this morning
in the Police Court.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS There will
be the Biggest
Kind of a
nail the World is Young,"
Summary of the Results of the
Iate Elections in U. S.
Elections were held in a number
of States, with results as follows :
In New York, Roswell P. Flower
(Democratic) was elected Governor
by 45,000 plurality over J. Sloat
Fassett (Republican) ; the other
Lie Clock " , uemocrauu otutu umceia wcie iou
Hmday Morning." Kullak eieeted ; in the Legislature the
-V Lucia Lyons. Senate is Republican by a majority
?Feny for Shadow-Town," of four, and the Assembly is in
J ... DeKoven doubt ; the Democratic majority in
I Debbie Lyle. New York city was over 58,000.
part ii. In unio, Major iucxvmiey nau u
Caraeteristique," Moszkowskl plurality of 21,000 over Governor
Ella Dayton. Campbell (Democratic), ana tne
Thy Lattice," Gregh Legislature is Republican, accord
Horace Tregloan. jnff to latest advices, by a majority
Ehmant on joint ballot of 43, thus insuring
Valanche," Op. 45, No. 2, Heller
Ralph V ilcox.
jf?w the Lawn," Kullak
,aa Garden Fair," Watson
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.'S
NEW STORE (Up Stairs).
Toys.Dolls and FaucyGoods
gnriWk about reserved seats for
Ladies! we will have an levant line of
WICKER ROCKERS AND CHAIRS
for the Ladies to sit n, ;snd at the
sale they the Chair wid be sold
P?-A11 Sizes and qualities of Rugs.
DON'T MTSS THIS!
Colgate's Lnndbord's. Lnlrin's,
Jas. F1. Morgan,
Colo ate &Cawj
prrftmf r jf l'
AND T11K OX1.Y
C. Brewer & Co.
follows, at bed
A Line of Goods, as
rock prices :
JEddy Ice Chests
IN ALL SIZES.-
Genuine Brick-oven BOSTON BAKED
BEANS and BROWN BREAD.
FISH and CLAM CHOWDERS n&da
where they are best made
in the world.
OILS Kerosene, Lard and Alba y Cyl
inder, at prices that will a onish
Long Card Matches.
Assorted Sizes of
Ax and Pick Handles.
HUC KINS' SOUPS All kinds, ready
for instant use. Guaranteed rich,
and perfectly seasoned.
THE MAMMOTH ROCKERS that fit
both large and small people.
CARTER'S COMBINED INKS.
An Assortment of
CARTS, Etc., Etc.
Call and have a look before
O. BREWER & CO.,
As you pass oar Drug Store you
will notice the display of Sponges.
These are the finest lot of Sponges
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT SIS.
Walter Hayselden. tho eiection of a Republican Senator ever imported. We'll tell you bow
anuer Sweetly, - iseaumom, on tne expiration of John oner- I n . . nvA
In Massachusetts, Governor Rus- A drummer for an Eastern Sponge
sell (Democratic) was re-elected by House had the misfortune to get
a plurality of less than uuu over fti.iM nnrlition called
C6lonel Allen, the Republican rr:;! , I TL Voo PnlWimi nf
thA rest of the State "strappea," ana it was uui guuu nuncio uuixwtxuu. vj.
tho Lesrislaturo are
'pone Solo, "Over the Banister,"
1 Ernest Lyman.
vftompaniment Hiram Bingham,
JtrtF. Judd, Jr., James Judd, Wal
;selden and Henry Jaeger.
Series of Love," Lichner
i Esther Lyman. officers and
hnade," Neidlinger Republican.
1 Girls' Glee Club.
" strapped," and it was our
tune to buy his entire outfit of
1 "VT.-. Irnnnr A 1M1 TVI ITI Or'fl
p.nnlmni, tho Renublican samples. xuu
candidates for Auditor-General and samples are never inferior goods
State Treasurer were elected by fact tney are 0ften superior to
ia Unanswered Question.
j-jj'ist what extent the manufac
"t of fancy hardware will carry
? improvements in a question
asked and never answered.
and 53.000 majority.
In Iowa, Governor Boies (Demo
cratic) was re-elected by a plural
ity of about 9000 votes, and the re
mainder of the Democratic State
ticket by a somewhat less vote; the
Lpfrialaturo stands, Senate Demo-
TTnnRfi Renublican: with Re-
Genuine Farina Cologne
ALL IN ASSORTED STYLES AND SIZES, FROM THE SMALLEST TO
THE LARGEST. NEW DESIGNS IN
ODOR CASES, MANICURE SETS,
BRUSH AND COMB SETS, SHAVING SETS, and
Coat G-lass Toilet Bottles,
g3-IMPORTED EXPRESSLY FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE!
Hollister & Comp y
109 FOET STREET.
S. M. CARTER,
82 King Street,
DEALER IN COAL
Has on Hand For Sale
Departure Bay Coal,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT,
Delivered in any part of the town.
the stock which he will sell you.
Its the same with these Sponges.
We've Baby Sponges, big Bath Eouse Jackets, Batll RobeS
Sponges, and tough Carriage
INDIA. SILKS, ALL SHADES
If you own a stylish turn-out, you
appearance of such things that n Nebraska and Colorado the ought to have a carriage sponge.
4:-Past few years have so changed pUbiic'an majority on joint ballot
Silk Shirts, &c
sarse, harsh effects are entirely Eepublican candidates for bupremo Then, to properly dry it, after wash
;tod, and nothing but beanti- Court Judge were elected will need a Chamois Skin.
l cliSf'i ro main Arh has been Tr, ATJnhicrftn ana hOUtn faKOli j
AND A SMALL
pgut into play in many instances
it v.-ouJd have been Jaughea at
pa(e ago; the people demand it,
f the m-inufacturers are forced,
JcaiiMauces, to take into ser-
fxn who can do something out
We have them.
suitable for a
You can get
pen-wiper or big
furrow. This is particu-
in lamps and the
gaine . nUXnnrrrv'S
In UOOK OUniy, J-ii. ivuiey u fA, lon rnhfl.
the elections were overwhelmingly s- -Pnnnhlican.
We've .sold quantities
T . j . P I . i i 1
In Mississippi tne ibui- Sachet Powders. People must use
LEATHER GOODSomeihiDg new
NOW READY FOR INSPECTION.
ticket met witn no opPu wnnldn'fc buv as they
r nan tue iuom, ui -
Satins, Surahs, Plushes, Ribbons, Purees, Parasols, Umbrellas, Laces,
Embroideries, Mitts; Kid Gloves, all shades and lengths;
Silk Gloves, all shades and lengths.
Complete Line ladies' and Gent's Eain Coats
Moquette and Smyrna Rugs, all sizes ;
Portieres, in latest patterns and shades.
SfO1 We call special attention to two articles : Our 8-button Glace Sac
Gloves, in Black, Grays, Browns, and Tans, at $1 a pair ; and our complete line
of Shades in Ponpons for Fancy Work for the holidays. .
100 Fort St.,
Just Arrived per Australia
vote being much lower
registration, the negroes
i- At.- TTnmn;.nM nviTuT trnm me uuiis.
, -1 voblVUl VUV 1 . . I 1 S
are Comoanv is headauarters In New Jersey there weiu -ucmu
I the very latest designs in such cratic gains in the Liegislature
i, ?3 tueir exhibit this year con-
some remarkably handsome
l?ing the past ten days their
g; Jfcs been besieged by seekers
I beautiful; the people seem
extend the sieere into the
iand the company is desirous
i acmmodating them. . To-day,
Villon last Kafnrrlav. tho store
-ujjen until y p m.
On T) ttt T-.-r.. . . .
V ' u- Wilcox, who has oeen
again in the afternoon by
;er Kinau for an election-
kii of Hawaii.. He will
tCrSala aQd from there he
nVB Hlmakua, Kau and Kona,
f &eeches afc all these places.
' twn 1 8,to accomplish his mission
HHn; ?r f .-"Jlent work he did for
Hon.'W. White also
-u yesterday for bis
to tell his constitu
staying uaYe. its just like everytning eise ;
if you've got a good thing you can't
keep it somebody else will want it.
All our Stock is New and Fresh,
and can be relied upon.
If you want something that will
, T-ni-i sion trot, KD1TI ft
go a long way,
Postage Stamps. We keep them for
' .t Mn tin
Tn nrv and tne ieuiu.ianv
State ticket was elected by 30,000
plurality, and the Legislature,
which will choose a successor to
Senator Gorman, is Democratic.
In Kansas the Republicans se-
cTnly dtrng the the accommodation of the public.
In local elections the Democratic
candidate for Mayor in the city of.
Brooklyn was elected, and the
authority as neretoiuio.
She dropped her little handkerchief
There was no man near by ,
But litUe boy -was Wng near,
And at last she caught bis eye. .
I wish you'd pick it up," she said,
With glances coy arid tenaer .
. For should I stop, I'm so afraid
Vd break my new supender.'
If you don't take the Advertiser
you don't get the news!
Fort & King Sts.
r i T i i -
THE VIRYBE5TAND CHEAPEST
DELIVERED BY CARRIER.
GKO O 3D9
Mcbtyre Block, Fort Street.
Election of Officers.
BREWER & CO., AGESTS.
WANTED. Tlie i)aily p. o. Advertiser ami Weekly Gazette
MEETING OP THE PAUKAA
Sugar Co.. held this day, the following
named persons were elected as officers for
tbe current year:
Jona. Austin President
Jos. B. Atherton Vice-President
A. C. Lovekin Treasurer
J. O. Carter Secretary
J. O. CARTER,
Secretary Paukaa Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 1891. 2912-lm
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