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DAIL.X I'ACUb'JLC COMMEttCIAL, AJL VJSRTISEK, ECEMBEU 20, 1893.
01HU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
FROM AND AFTIR JUNE J, 1808.
TO KWA KILL.
Leave Honolnln. . .8:45 1:45
Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30
Arrive Ewa Mill... 9:57 2:57
Leave Ewa Mill. .6:21 10:43
Leave Pearl City..6:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu. .7:30 11:55
A Saturdays only.
C Sundays excepted.
D Saturdays excepted.
FOKEIOM MAIL, BEIIVICK.
Steamships will leave for and arrive from
8n Francisco, on the following dates, till
the close of 1891.
fob Bah F&a5cdco.
Dce at Honolulu
Fm. San h raxcisco.
Mariposa.... Dec. 14
Warrimoo, for Van
couver Jan. 1
City Peking. .Jan. 2
Australia.... Jan. G
Australia ....Feb. 3
Alameda Feb. H
Oceanic Feb. 12
Australia.... Mar. 3
Mariposa Mar. k
China Mar. 2
Australia.... Mar. 31
Monowat Apr. 5
Alameda.. .Dec. 21
Aiawa. from Van
couver Dec. 24
Oceanic Dec 23
Australia Deo. 30
Mariposa. . . . Jan. 1H
couver Jan. 23
Australia.... Jan. 27
China Feb. 7
Monowat.... Feb. 15
Australia reb. 21
Oceanic Mar 4
Alameda Mar. 15
Australia.. ..Apr. 2S
Australia Mar. 21
Mariposa ...Apr. 12
China Apr. 17
. Mav2J Australia Apr. 21
May 31 I Monowat May io
. Julv 2;
Australia Jiav i
Alameda June 7
Marinos July 5
Australia July 11
Monowat Aug. 2
Anstralia Acg. 11
Monowai Kept. 20
Alameda Aug. 31
Australia Sept. 3
Marinosa... Sepi. 2
Australia Oct. 8
Monowal Oct. 25
av raa ovcaxam aravcv.
71 78 0.03 68 8 KB 3
C8 7d 0.07 C'J 3 XI 4
M 77 0.02 (Mi 3 vi 3
(Hi 77 0.10 83 3 - 1-3
! f.6 75 o.fMi lulaw-w 3
I ft! 75 0.67 68 3-i NW-K 3-0
67 75 0.00 Co 4-0' w-ki t
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Barometer corrected for temperature and ele
yatlon, bat not for latitude.
Tldea, Bon nd Moon.
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oj S 2 IT 5 a . m
, 5S 5? S? J I 2-
a.m. a.m. p.n. a.m.
Moo 13 0.30 11.20 6.30 7. 0 6.32 5.22 1.47
Taea... 19 1.20 li. 0 6.30 8.30 6.32 5.23 2.47
Wed ... 20 2.10 P0.30 .4o 9.30 8.33 8.23 3.52
ritur... 21 S.40 1.40 7.20 10.30 6.33 6.24 6. 0
Fri...... '2 3.40 3. 0 8.10 11. 0 6.34 6.24 6.10
Ut 7. 23 4.20 3.201 8.60 11.30 6.34 5.25 6.1
un!... 24 6. 0 4.40 1 0 . 0 U.W 6.35 .2i 7.32
Fall moon on the 22d at Gb. Cm. p.m.
Time Whistle blows at lb. iim. 34s. r.u. of
Honolulu time, which Is the same as lih. Omi. Os.
of Green rich time.
For e-ry 1000 feet of distance of the observer
(from the Custom House) allow one second for
transmission of sound.or 5 seconds to a statute
Tuesday, Dec. 19.
Stmr VG Hall. Sinierson. from Hawaii
Tuesday, Dec. 19.
Btmr Kilauea Hon, Everett, for Taau-
hau and Kukaiau.
Stmr Pele, Petersen, for Makaweh.
Stmr Iwalani. Freeman, lor Nawiliwilt,
Kilauea and Hanalei.
Stmr Mikahala. Chaney, for Kauat.
Stmr Clan.line. Cameron, for Maui.
Am bkt Wrestler. Uergmann, tor Ban
Frti!ok S A"en' Thompson' for San
Schr Mahimahi for Waialua.
Schr Ka Moi for Hamakua.
VES9Et.s lkavinq to.uay.
, . .
Stmr -James Makee, Haglund, tor Ka-
vessels in pokt.
iTala list doe not lndado coasters.)
TT jXhiladelrhia. Barker. Callao.
aart Adams. Nelson, from Lahaina.
U8R8 Corwin. Munger, San Francisco.
n B m s champion, liooke. cruise.
HU MS Namwa, Togo, Japan.
CASS Miowera, Sydney.
Oer bk J O PflugerVplters. Bremen
Am bkt Amelia. anl, ruget eouna.
Am bk Alden Besse, Friis, San Fran.
Am bkt Irmeard. Schmidt, San Fran.
Am bk C V Bryant. San Francisco. apoieon in lOUl lnirouucea
Am bktne Geo C Perkins. Maas, San Fran. Jnt0 France the fashion of Wearing
Haw bk Manna Ala, Smith. San F rancisco. 0 . . . fihals,
Am bktne S G Wilder. McNeUl, San Fran. Uneniai snawis.
Am bk Colusa, Departure Bay. . In a single season the locusts
Am bkt Planter. Dow, from San Francisco. , , . .,
aS bkt sn castle, Hubbard, san Fran. and grasshoppers have cost the
! Western farmers $200,000,000.
fobkion vesskls expectkd. m&y not yQ generally known
vessels. wuerefrom. du. that Paris is the great postage
Am schr Anna.. .. .... S F ( Ka hr . . Dec 10 staaip market of the WOrld.
Am bk Martha Davis.. Boston. .Dec. 20-30 r ... -rt ,
OerbkNautUus Liverpool. Dec 20-30 calf that weighed 130 pounds
SVssVw,;-!; Dk23 shortly after its birth is an addi-
O & O o S Oceanic or ieco j
m liackteid (sid Sept 25)..L'pool.Dec25-3i tion to the farm of Thomas T. Bath
Ger oTwton ,,."skong-NvTi"i! in Montgomery County, Kentucky.
Am bkt Discovery rt F ov23 . , , , , ,
Am schr Alice Cooke. .Pt Biakely . .Nov 25 A man With a large thumb should
Ger sh Terpsichore N S W Nov 20-30 flTrv wnmnn with a si mi
Am bk Ceylon s f Dec 15 never many a woman wun a simi-
Am bk Harvester s F(Hiio)... Dec 25 lar characteristic. There will, in
?Sg?iSV:::iS such case, be a constant struggle
Haw bk Helen Brewer(sld Nov7)N Y.Marl-5 for the mastery.
Am bkt Swakit Port Gamble.. Dec 26 mptpnrnlnfrirjil station has bn
Am bkt M'y Winkelman.N s W.. . .Jan 3-5 A meteorological siauon nas D.en
GerbkJCGlade Liverpool. ..Mar 1-10 successfully established On the
Misti, the volcano of Arequipa, in
imports. Peru, at an elevation of 19,000 feet
Per steamer W G nall-C200 bags sugar, above the level of the Pacific.
315 bag' cotTee. lOlbagiawa. H bJls mde.
head cattle. 3 hor.es. J3 tii and 125
For Han Franriico. per bkt Wrestler, Dec
10-11 llackfeld & C-y. vrT3 L.itr ;zar: 51
t (irinbaum A Co. Soil ban iuar. Total :
ll.lCrt ban (1.701,131 lbi) sugar; domestic
For Han Francisco, per bk 8 C Allen, Iec
1! C lirewer A Co. 12.212 ba suirar: F A
Kcbaefer A Co. 4210 ban sugar: Tneo II
Iavie A Co. 1310 ban suirar. Total:
13.32 ban (2.3&,l lbs) sugar; domestic
From Hawaii and Mam. i,r tmr C
Hail. Dec 19 From volrano: C A McDoi
aid. E Hchniidt. A C W'bife. From wav
ports: Wra White. T IS Walker. H Letter.
Judge A d M Robertson. W A Kinney. A
Wilder. Mrs Widdiheld, 11 ugent. K. Kai-
f-er, Y lierlowitz, Mis Mary kelii. Miss
Lottie Kelii, 2 Chinese and to on deck.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine. Dec. P
i F Ford, S I' Woods. F Alexander. C Far-
len, AsMord and 2o on deck.
ror Kauai, per strur Mikahala. Dec. 19
O II Fairchild. 8 N Hundley. Mi-ss Cum
mins, Miss Hundley, Mrs McQ'iinn, Miss
Lornpke. J li Alexander. Miss Christian. J
H Cummings and wife, J K Miller and wife.
A Cockburn, A Lindsay, Mrs Akina.
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani. Dec 19
Mrs W K II Deverili. Christian Conradt. K
WT1A RF AND WAVE.
Diamond Head, Dec. 19, 10 p.m.
Weather, clear; wind, light S. W.
The bark S. C. Allen and barkr
entine Wrestler left yesterday with
full cargoes of sugar for ban rran-
cisco. As the Allen started with a
fair west wind, the chances are she
will go over in a short winter
passage of sixteen days or less.
The bark Ceylon is eighteen days
out from San Francisco.
The steamer James Makee is due
this morning from Kapaa.
The barkentine S. G. Wilder is
on the Marine Railway.
Tho eteamer Mikahala will re
turn from Kauai next Saturday.
The Hawaiian Band, under the
leadership of Prof. Berger, will give
a public moonlight concert at
Thomas Square this (Wednesday)
commencing at 7:30
The following is the pro-
Overture "Frolic Students"
Waits "lAura" Millocker
Miserere "II Trovatore" Verdi
Selection "Martha" . Kioto w
Euphonium Solo "Hocked in
the Deep" Ilollinson
Solo by Sir. J. Gomez.
Fantasia "Forge in the For
est" Michael is
Gavotte "Dearest" .-.Burnett
8. March "Iilfe Guards" Hilge
A New Venture.
Major E. H. F. Wolters, so long
connected with the Royal saloon
previous to his visit to Australia,
will hereafter assume the manage
ment of the Pacific saloon on King
and Nuuanu streets. The Major
has a host of friends in the citv.
and they all wish him an immense
amount of success in his new ven
NEWS AND NOTES.
Coffee grows wild in Arabia and
in the Soudan.
The oldest known poem is the
song of Miriam.
Ireland reports 55S0 abandoned
acfe3 Jn & yeaT.
Fifty-y ear-old Tokay costs from
$15 to $50 a bottle.
, . . mil i
Smoking Cars Will be a feature
cf tbe Brooklyn "L."
Red spots On the nails indicate a
verv choleric temner
very cnoienc temper.
A pie factory in Isew lork City
turns out 20,000 pies a day. '
The largest lighthouse in the
The most wonderful clock is to
be seen in the Strassburg Cathe-
Great Britain has eleven univer-
sitles with 344 professors and 13,-
A tower is building in London
wnicn win overtop me x.iuet tower
by 175 feet.
T . oa r
A St. Louis railroad ha3 fourteen
locomotives equipped with electric
The State of ashington has an
01 rrnrr tcrt mnna A
I a J a s f w vsgtatM vvw 'wvaea se.a
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
The band play3 at
Square tonight at 7 :30.
Judge Robertson and W. A. Kin
ney returned from Maui yesterday.
lhe steamer CJauuine tooic a
o-ton spur wheel to Kabului yes
The Misses Albu will give a com
plimentary concert on Thursday,
December 23th, for the benefit of
The Eteamer V. G. Hall brought
10,00U orange3 from Kona yester
day. They will be sold on the
wharf this morning.
Check No. -125, drawn on Bishop
tv Co., has been lost and payment
stopped. The finder will please re
turn to this office.
Oily Bill has again arrived from
Lahaina, "to see the queen go back."
He will probably return on the
same steamer next Friday.
Everything wa3 unusually quiet
around town last evening. The ex
citement of the day seemed to have
worn every one out, and to have
subdued all feeling.
Some of the royalists said yester
day, that when the "queen was
restored" all the annexationists
would be granted a full pardon, ex
cept L. A. Thurston.
The Japanese Minister yesterday
asked permission of tho Govern
ment to land the troops of the Xan
iwa, which was granted.
It was reported last evening that
Charley Wilson, who expects to be
Marshal of the "Kingdom in a
few days, had sent for Charley Mc
Carthy and appointed him his chief
The entertainment at Kawaiahao
Seminary was largely attended and
was a big success. It was the
same programme that was pre
senteu on ihanKsgiving evening,
with slight additions.
Mr. A. M. Hewett will soon call
on the merchants of the city for the
purpose of obtaining funds for the
purchase of the usual Christmas
The Eteamer W. G. Hall brought
ten boxes of young coffee trees yes
terday shipped by the Kona Coffee
and Tea Company to be sent to
the Midwinter Fair. The steamer
Waialeale will bring down some
full grown trees standing about six
or seven feet high.
TO TUE CITIZENS.
The same orders heretofore is
sued as touching duties of the
Citizens' Guard on a night alarm
will hereafter apply on the occa
sion of a day alarm.
E. G. niTCHCOCK,
The Honolulu Iron Works have
finished putting on the new tem
porary stern frame of the Miowera.
The old rudder will be put in posi
tion today. Captain Wawn ex
pects to take the Miowera on a
trial trip next Friday to try the
stern frame and the engines. Xext
Monday, after the departure of the
S. S. Oceanic, the Miowera will
dock at the Pacific Mail wharf to
take in coal. Her destination will
be known after the arrival of the
S. S. Alameda. If she is ordered
to San Francisco, she will take in
500 tons of coal, but if to Sydney,
1000 ton will be required.
Mr. Adolphus Kyngdon, special
representative of the Taranaki
(X. Z.) Xews, paid a visit yester
day to the office of this paper. He
is the traveling correspondent of
the above paper, and has made the
circuit of the globe, being now
homeward bound. He has been to
Chicago, where he spent three
weeks, and will of course give an
account of Hawaii, as seen durine
his two weeks stay here. To most
of our readers Taranaki may be a
new name, but it is one of the
populous centers of New Zealand, a
city of over twenty thousand popu
lation and several daily papers.
A Royalist View.
A prominent royalist said last
night, speaking of the situation :
"Our party has no doubt that
the queen will be on the throne
again before Saturday. Minister
Willis has orders to put her there,
and she is going back. The royal
ists in town are prepared to give
her a big reception on the day she
is restored, and you can bet that
it will be a big day for Honolulu."
This sanguine view of affairs is
a good sample of the jubilant feel
intr that royalists have. "Pride
goeth before a fall."
The Mount Blanc observatory,
which is built upon eternal ice, is
at last an accomplished fact.
NO CAUSE FOR ALARM.
Jr. R. W. Irwin Gives UIb Opin
ion on the Situation.
Mr. Ft. W. Irwin, the Admiral's
brother, said yesterday afternoon :
"There is no need for any feeling
of excitement because of the re
quest of Minister Willis to the
Provisional Government to give up
their power to the ex-queen. In
tnv oninion the request and its
answer will have to be forwarded
to Washington for the President to
see, and that will take some time."
The above is now the general
feeling among the citizens of Hono
lulu. That there is likely to be
any serious trouble here at the
present time is not believed. It is
more than probable that Mr. Willis
will send the Corwin to the Coast
immediately upon receiving the
answer of this Government, and
send with it his official dispatches.
The statement that no answer to
the Ministers request would be
presented before tomorrow tends
to show that this will not be for
several days yet.
T 03T CHECK NO. 425 ON BISHOP
jLJ A Co. : payment on same han been
stopped. Finder return to this office.
A McNEAL AND
xjl. in first-class condition,
I tt. LAU
CHUCK IS MANAGER
if I of the firm of Boo Ying
is the only
one authorized to sign i
BOO YING LUNG,
No 24 Maunakea Street.
Administrator's Notice to Creditors.
rpUE UNDERSIGNED, ADM IN IS
JL trator with Will Annexed of the Es
tate of Robert Brown, late of K.meolie,
Oahu, deceased, hereby gives notice that
all claims against the Jbstate ol eanl
Robert Brown must be presented to the
undersigned within six months from the
date of publication of this notice or they
ill be forever barred.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Administrator Will Annexed Estate
Robert Brown, deceased.
35G5-2t 1502 At
Pearl City Fruit Company, Limited.
McLEAN HAVING It E
signed tho position ol Manager
of the above Company, J. W. Smith has
been appointed in his p1ac. All persons
having claims against the Company are
requested to present the same to the
Treasurer, A. B. Lindsay, Ewa Planta
tion, before December 31-t, 1893.
D. B. MURDOCH,
3564-3t Secretary, P. C. F. Co.
The following Varieties for sale :
Smooth Leaf Cayenne,
Queen and Loaf Sugar.
L. J. LEVEY,
3564-lw Corner of Fort and Queen Sts.
A COMPETENT WHITE NURSE.
References required. Enquire of
CHARLES L. CARTER.
A NEWLY FINISHED
Cottage, famished or unfurnished
at Palama, near King Street and
close to the tramcars. Apply to
C. F. PETERSON,
Over Bishop & Co.'s Bank.
A Fine Assortment.
TILES FOR FLOOR
And for Decorating Purposes ;
Hatting of all Kinds,
Chinese Fire Crackers, Rockets and
bombs, Japanese Provision and Soy.
Hwd-painted Porcelain Dinner Set,
A few of those fine hand-embroidered
SIL.lt and 8ATIN 8CKEKN8,
Assorted colors and patterns of Crepe
8ilk Shawls. Elegant Tete-ateCups
and Saucers. A fine lot of
BOATS AND ACCESSORIES
A few of those handy Mosquito Urn
Also, an assortment of new styles of
Rattan Chairs and Tables
Also, a small selection of JAPANESE
WING W0 CHAN & CO.
S8 Nnu&nu S treat.
Daily Advertiser 50c. per month.
8PECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
ft Dorms the present un
settled condition of all'iirs f?ie prudent
man, "At r.ls;ht," "ever ( ares to
Wander from his own Fireside," but
"Brown and I," "After the Ball," met
"Major Hawkins," with "The Coast
puard's Daughter," and hoard her say,
"Don't Loe me Charlie;" of eoure
they were "Friends, if Nothing More,"
as she told him "My Sweetheart's the
Man in the Moon." The Major in
formed her that he was "The Man
who Wrote Ta-ra-ra-lwom de-ay" and
always believed in "Woman, Lovely
Woman." Further, the Major said
that "When Hogan Paid his Kent,"
he would move to a "Second Class
Hotel" and no longer visit "The
Pawnshop." The twain had then ar
rived opposite The Popular Phono
orapii Parlors, Arlington Block,
Hotel street, and his "Job-Lots" said
to his fair friend, "Do You Catch On?"
She naively answered, "Slide, Kelly,
Slide," and the pair entered and
enjoyed a "Laughing Song" by a
" histlins Coon," on the Automatic
Phonograph, and the national airs of
all countries on the Manipulator
Machine. "Be Thou the Same."
Real Lace Handkerchiefs,
Pure Silk Stocking?, Hand Run Silk
Scarfs, Accordeon Veils (the latest),
can be found at Sachs' Store, Fort
EST" World's Fair Trays, 50c;
World's Fair Purses, 40c; Ladies' Em
broidered Handkerchiefs, 10c: Initial
Handkerchiefs in boxes, at Sachs',
Fort Street. r35G3-tf.
feet, Pfefferkuchen, (Honey cakes)
cerade wie in Deutschland bei Hart
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
Send a Sweet Present to
your friends on the other Islands! Call
at the Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
You'll And the right article.
356 1-4 r.
CSF French Candits Charles
J. Whitney having assumed man
agement of the Palace Ice Cream
Parlors has resumed the manufac
ture of Choice French Candies and
Ice Creams. He is ready to supply
the Holiday trade. Artington Block,
Hotel Street, Both telephones.
Have you seen the fine line
of French dressed Dolls at Eqan &
Gunk's; all size, all prices. These
dolls must be sold before Christmas.
gyST If yon want t eil out
your Furniture in its entirety, call
at the I. X. L.
American Enameled Button-Hole
Buttons for Sale at the
I X Lb
gjgf For Bargains In New and
Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow
ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose,
etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of
Nuuanu and King streets.
jST" Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes,
Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps,
Rugs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer
and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges,
Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets,
Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat
Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest
Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of
Nuuanu and King streets.
Prompt returns made on
Goods sold on commission at the
I. X. K
THE HOUSE ON ROBELLO
lane, Palama. containing a large
Parlor, three Bed Rooms, Dining
Room, Kitchen, Bath Room, Stable and
large Yard with Fruit Trees and new
Fences, all in good condition. Apply to
M. S. PEREIRA,
Second house from Liliha strest, mauka
side School street.
354 1-4 r
WANTED A FEW SHEETS 2c.
vermillion and 12c. mauve Stamps:
plain or surcharged Provisional Govern
ment. Please state price for each
variety: also 4c. stamped Envelopes.
Any Hawaiian Stamps, old and new
issues, both cancelled and unused bought
for cash. Write particulars as to price
and quantity to A. HROMADA,
'zzz Battery street,
3554-tf San Francieco, Cal.
For Lease or Sale.
RESIDENCE ON LUNALILO
street, at present occupied by E.
W. HoMsworth .containing double
parlors, 4 bedrooms, dressing an
bath rooms, dining room, pantry ana
kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, well laid
out; servants' rooms, stable and chicken
house in rear of main building.
K. I. LILL1E,
2S22 q with Theo. H. Davies A (V
For Rent or for Sale.
SEVERAL COTTAG ESCENT
rally and pleasantly located, com
plete with Bathrooms, Gardens,
Servants' Hcufcs, StablfP, etc. For
further particulars, apply at mv office,
No. 40 Merchant Street.
H. STANGENWALD, M. D.
Daily Advertiser, 50 centa per
month. Delivered by carrierp.
SUOET TALKS ON TYPEWRITERS.
It Will Tate Me,"
said a business man, "too long
to learn to write on a type
Having never essayed the
attempt lie was not aware of
the ease a novice can operate
the Caligraph. The capital
and small letters being in full
view, there's no coufusion, and
the alignment is perfect.
lne Lalisrrapn keyboard is
the best arranged for speed
and accuracy, and a few miu
utes practice will be con
vincing on. this point. There
are times when business men
are compelled to use a type
writer. Pen paralysis comes
to those who use the pen and
ink process. When such men
havo to discard tho pen they
resort to tho Caligraph because
it is so easy to learn, needs no
repairs, and produces the best
mm-, m m.
There s no reason wny you
should bo without a Caligraph.
It will pay the investment a
said on easy
T. W. H0BR0N,
nnilE FOLLOWING ARE THE
JL chanses in numbers and tho new
telephones of the Mutual Company. Cut
it out and paste it on your card :
53 California Feed Co. warehouse.
149 Palace Ice Cream Parlors.
159 Engine-Company No 1.
201 C Bosse.
209 F. M Wakefield.
225 Atherton, Chas II residence.
226 Abies, L C residence.
227 Cartwruht, B residence.
2tU Holomu Publishing Co.
2C8 Piikoi, Lydia residence.
2S0 Fernandez, A residence.
:92 Moore, Dr R I residence.
22 Dovle, C A residence.
321 Wilder, G K residence.
328 Cartwright, B Waikiki residence.
330 U 8 Legation.
330 Willis, A 8 residence.
340 Yuen Chontr.
341 Kruser, Frank residence.
346 Stacker, J T residence.
350 Wenner, A residence.
382 Sing Chong, Hotel street.
387 McGuire'a Express.
93 Hopper, w L residence.
408 Sm th, F Pauoa.
423 Pohina, J Pauoa.
451 Ehrlich, S residence.
467 Wright, R B residence.
468 Jacobson, A E Fort street.
476 James N K Keola.
484 Mellis, Mrs AM.
493 Poomaikalani, residence.
494 Cunha Nursery.
556 J R D, Punchbowl.
569 Gray, J A residence.
575 Gartenberg, A residence.
585 Reist, Mrs J II Residence.
591 Ah Ping,
595 Devlin, James residence.
613 National Iron Works.
620 Ogura, K residence.
639 Neldner, C residence.
643 Neiper, J residence.
650 Howard, Dr. Henry W.
069 Lederer W residence.
670 Ogura A Co , K.
679 Ozaki Shoten.
687 Kallberg, J A residence.
692 Bush, J no E residence.
505 "A" Philadelphia. U8F8.
515 'C" Champion, II B M S.
516 "A" Naniwa, HUM S.
Fort Street Store
No. IO and the
Queen Street, will
be Open Evenings
Shabby Books made to look new ;
Library lettered with your name ;
Hymn Book, Pocket Book,
Card Case, etc. lettered.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY
i 1 m 1 1
How often it has been said by
tho croakers that thero is no
business, everything is dead,
times aro hard, and everything
is going to the bad hero in
Honolulu, but tho Cali
fornia Feed Co. are not built
that wav: wo sav business is
good ami getting better ever
month. And to prove what wo
say we havo had to take- larger
and more commodious ware
houses. Wo havo just com
pleted arrangements with Mr.
J. F. Colburn, whereby ho
gives up Ins old stand, corner
Queen and Nuuanu streets.
We take possession on Novem
ber 15th. Our old place at Lclco
is too small for our fast increas
ing business, hence tho change.
Wo expect tho Hawaiian
bark Mauna Ala to arrive
hero again in a fow days
with her fourth full cargo
of hay and cram bought
b'- our Mr. J. N. Wriuht who
will arrivo on tho baric. We
prefer to select our merchan
dise ourselves rather t han havo
others do it, which means
that wo get better goods at a
Wo thank our main friends
for their liberal patronago for
tho past threo years, and hope
by strict attention to a busi
ness wo thoroughly understand
to merit tho patronago of as
Wo intend to keep a largo,
well selected stock of tho
very best hay and grain to bo
IIUU 111 U1U VillllUl llliV iiiiunci,
and wo aro going to sell it.
CALIFORNIA FEKD CO.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
MONDAY. December lSth, 1893,
at the Auction Rooms of Hon. Jas.-F.
Morgan, there will bo sold on account
of non-payment of rent duo me from
Yet Wo, tho following poods which wer
distrained in order to satisfy the rent
duo. Tho gooda to bo sold aro as fol
lows, to wit :
ronr Ahinahina Pants, 4 Manu 1 untH,
14 Calico Shirts, fl Moiwahine Miirtu, 10
Calico Shirta, 1 Japanese Shirt, 4 Manu
Coats, 15 Ahinahina Shirts, 3 Kalakoa
Hurts, 4 HuluMiilu Shirt, winto
Shirts, 1 Ch. Woolen Coat, 2 Eng.
Woolen Coats, 5 Baby Ulothea, 3 Kal
akoa Shirts, 5 Moiwahine Shirts, 1
White Pants, 15 Whito Underpants, 1
Ch. Woolen Coat, 2 Woolen Pants, 3
Woolen Ch. Coat, 1 Yard Moiwahine,
3 Yards Ahinahina, 12 Yarda Manu,
1 Piece Kalakoa, 1 Piece Black, 1
Clock, 2 Sewing Machines, 3 Pairs
Scissors, 1 Box Pins, 2 Bundlc9 Buttons,
1 Piece Yellow Cloth.
Said goods will bo sold on paid day.
unless said rent and all rcanonablo ex
pensesare paid betoro said dato.
Dated Honolulu, Nov 30 19,1;.
Another Invoice of the celebrated
JOHN WIELAND EXTR1 PILE
Also, a fresh Invoice of
L. H. DEE,
Notice to the Public.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED WISHES TO
L inform the public in general that he
will RUN A BUS from the corner of
King and Fort streets, to the old Slaught
er House at Kalihi, leaving there THIS
MORNING, at ten minutes past six and
running every hour; and also leaving
town at 12 o'clock and 5 o'clock sharp,
until a proper time table is mado up,
which will be issued on Monday. Tho
fares will be 2J cents to Kamehameha
School and 5 cents to Kalihi. Another
bus is being built and will be ready in
a short time, and will be put on thu
same route as well as a wagonette, wbich
is to run to Moanalua and meet the two
busses at Kaiihi.
3250-tf F. SMITH.
Yokohama -:- Bazaar
Corner or IZotel and Nuuunu
Xmas Presents !
JAPANESE CRAPES, New Patterns,
BASKETS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Artistic printing at the Gazette