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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 30 1896.
LADIES' . .
We have just opened a new line of
KID GLOVES, and have an assortment
that is not equaled in Honolulu.
The RAGE in everything at present
13 BLACK and WHITE, and a glove,
above everything else, should be styl
ish. We are making a specialty this
These effects are pretty as well as
This -is the Glove for calling and
street wear, as they are both service
able and natty. We have also opened
a nice line of FRENCH KIDS in black
AT THE COUNTER.
J. J. EGAN.
ew lot hi He
JUST RECEIVED BY THE LAST
Also a fine assortment of READY
MADE FRAMES Buitable for photo
No trouble to show goods. Call and
eee what we have at
HO HOTEL STREET.
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. m. anrt
1:45 p. m., arriving in Honolulu at 3:1?
p. m. and 5:55 p. m.
Round Trip Tickets:
1st Class. 2d Class.
Pearl City 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation 1 00 75
WlAHe 1 50 1 25
PORCELAIN. MATTINGS, -:-
Japan and China Teas
ALL KINDS OF PROVISIONS,
Embroideries and Curiosities
Wing: Wo Chan & Co.
210-212 Nuuanu Street
GrB.SCHUMAX. PROP. C.H.BELLINA.MANAGKB
liven id Feed sues
Fort St., between Hotel and BeretanJa.
Telephone 477. Honolulu, H. L
w. w. DiMOND.myj ALOHA AINA
Christmas is coming on
apace and the people with
elegant foresight are looking
around for suitable gifts for
I the season. In our stock we
have hundreds of articles
which are of the ornamental
variety and suitable for
Christmas gifts. This year
we have been careful to se
lect a variety of goods, showy
and substantial articles for
all classes of society. We
have no more for the rich
than the poor, we cater to the
tastes of all, and the result
has been very satisfactory to
us in a business way.
We have a number of
statuettes in Parian marble,
one of which will be an ac
quisition to any home. The
list comprises: Lady Godiva
Early Struggles, Europa,
Robinette, Comus, Ophelia,
Apollo as Shepherd Boy, The
Sisters, Maidenhood, Venus
de Medici, The French Model,
Diana Abandoned. These
are of good size for the table
or center piece on a mantel.
Another neat gift is a cup
and saucer in Crown Derby.
These are entirely new here
and of beautiful design and
quality. We have also some
rich and elegant articles in
Royal Worcester and Solid
Silver ware, a'glance at our
windows will give you an
idea of the excellence af the
A number of articles in
bric-a-brac and glass vases,
crockery and glassware are
selected for general use, and
will make acceptable pre
Von Holt Block.
Use a Pocket Stove,
or Japanese KAIRO !
A BOON TO INVALIDS!
A substitute for the old stvle Mustard
Plaster and Hot Water Bottles. Applied
MDBATA & CO
Corner Hotel and Nuuanu
AND I GET OUR CLOTHES FROM
MEDEIROS & DECKER,
Waverley Block. Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
m oiitl Glassware.
107 Fort Street
lurata i Co
i my Goods -
Meet in Arion Hall to
Choose a President.
J. W. Kaulia of Honolulu Comes
off Victorious Another Meet
ing to be Held Today.
What with the delegates to, the
members of, and people interested in
the Ahahu Aloha Aina, Arion hall was
completely filled Saturday morning
when that organization met for th
purpose of electing a presiding of
ficer to fill the place made vacant by
the death of J. K. Nawahi. There was
hardly standing room even on the ver
andas, and in the yard and out in the
street were many others who wanted
to catch a glimpse of what was go
At 10 a. m.f Bill White of Lahaina,
acting as chairman, called the meeting
After a selection by the Hawaiian
National band, Rev. Kalana was called
on for the opening prayer, he taking
the place of Rev. E. S. Yimoteo, absent.
After another selection by the band,
Jas. K. Kaulia spoke on the subject of
Independence Day, outlining briefly its
significance to the Hawaiian people.
The singing of Hawaii Ponoi by all
present was a signal for the hall to be
Then came the work of election of
a president by the delegates from the
J. K. Kaulia came off victorious with
34 votes; R. W. Wilcox came next with
12 votes, and J. W. Bipikane next
There will be another meeting at 10
a. m. today for the purpose of elect
ing a vice president. The candidates
for this office are Bill White of Maui
and L. W. Kanealii and J. K. Kauna-
mano of Oahu. A secretary will also
be chosen. Enoch Johnson is the only
candidate for this office.
Y. II. I. .CELEBRATION.
The Boys Entertain Their Many
Friends Right Royally.
The Young Hawaiians' Institute cele
brated Independence Day in grand
style in their rooms, Foster Hall, Sat
urday afternoon. A very large number
of people were present, among whom
were Mrs. E. M. Nakuina, Messrs. W.
R. Castle, L. A. Thurston, J. Q. Wood
and Prof. Berger. Both rooms were
The program began at 2 p. m. with
a Y,H. I. chorus. Following this were
the remarks of George Desha, vice
president. He stated that the object of
the meeting was the celebration of In
dependence Day. The Y. H. I. Glee
Club sang "Violets" in fine style, and
then came the speech of J. M. Poepoe
The speaker took Independence Day
as his topic and explained how In 1843
the three commissioners from the Ha
waiian Islands went to the United
States, 'to England, to France and to
Belgium in the interests of independ
ence. His points were taken from Prd-
fessor Alexander's history, and his in
terpretation into the Hawaiian lan
guage and his knowledge of things
Hawaiian brought out a great many
interesting and instructive facts.
After this there came a medley of a
number of old Hawaiian songs by the
Y. H. I. Glee Club.
Many of the visitors arriving late,
the boys kindly sang over again all
the songs they had given during the
Refreshments were served and the
pleasant occasion came to an end, not,
however, until the guesta had taken
occasion to congratulate the boys on
the success of the afternoon's pVo-
Oxnard on Beet Sugar.
Mr. Henry T. Oxnard, president of
the Chino Valley Beet Sugar Company,
writes as follows: "The present pro
tection to sugar is insufficient to de
velop a national sugar industry, and I
believe that the six beet factories op
erating at present in the United States
will not continue to do so. I don't be
lieve that, unless we succeed fin get
ting further protection, we can hope to
see any factories erected.
"With protection such as we enjoyed
before the McKinley bill, or during the
period of the McKinley bill, I would
have no hesitation at all in saying that
it was only a question ofa few years
when the United States would be pro
ducing its own sugar, but, unless our
statesmen at Washington are willing
to give the industry the necessary pro
tection, I see very little hope for the
Old Clothes Wanted.
There is a call from the leper settle
ment on Molokai for second-hand or
cast off clothing for men, women or
children. Rags, also, will be very ac
ceptable, and are very much needed
in the settlement. Outgrown gar
ments and shoes of all sizes will come
in handy. Persons having clothing.
shoes or rags that they would like to
contribute for the lepers can send them
to W. W. Hall, and they will be for
warded to responsible persons at Ka
Both Congregations Join in Wor
ship at St. Andrew's.
There was a union service of the two
congregations of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral last night, it being the eve of St.
Andrews. The sermon was preached
by Rt. Rev. Bishop Willis, assisted by
Revs.. Alex. Mackintosh, Kitcat and
Byrde. " The subject related to the
needs and uses of a diocesan fund.
There was an excellent musical pro
gram in which the Cathedral choir, as
sisted by the girls from St. Andrew's
Priory, took part. At the close of the
services there was a procession of the
congregation, around the bodv of the
church, singing a hymn.
The candelabras on both sides of the
altar were lighted, and with the hand
some floral decorations that part of the
church presented a very brilliant sight.
The collection for the fund amounted
to nearly $250.
HOW TO CURE BILIOUS COLIC.
I suffered for weeks with colic and
pains in my stomach caused by bili
ousness and had to take medicine all
the while until I used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
which cured me. I have since recom
mended it to a good many people.
Mrs. F. Butler, Fairhaven, Conn. Per
sons who are subject to bilious colic
can ward off the attack by taking this
remedy as soon as the first symptoms
appear, sold by an druggists and deal
ers; Benson, Smith & Co., Wholesale
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
WE HAVE SECURED
CONTROL. OF THE
m Late Hon. JOHN L. STEVENS
and Prof. W. B. OLESON,
Offer li (or
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The Leadino Commercial and School
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Sold by all Stationers in Hawaiian Is.
the Honolulu Sanitarium.
1082 KING STREET.
A auiet. homelike place, where train
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ments," baths, electricity and physical
training may be obtained.
P. S. KELLOGG, M. D.,
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers and Dealers in Real Estate.
We will Buy or Sell Real Estate In
all parts of the group. We will sell
properties on reasonable commissions.
Office, lu west iving street.
Dailv Advertiser, 75 cents a
nontli, delivered by carriers.
Are the Best,
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New Goods and New Prices!
Dress Silks, 25c up; Smoking Jackets, $4.50 up; Gentlemen's Silk Shirts,
$2.00 up; Straw Hats, 25c up; Kimonos, $1.00 up; Porcelain Flower Pots,
5c up; Silk Neckties, 10c up; Paper Napkins, 35c per 100; Japanese Sashes,
Bamboo Screens, Embroidered Silk Fans, and Countless Other Articles.
STOVES and RANGES.
Another Invoice Just to Hand.
SLACK & BROWNLOW'S
HENDRYX BIRD CAGES.
PICTURE FRAMES AND MOULDINGS.
OIL PAINTINGS AND WATER COLORS BY LOCAL ARTISTS.
BERLIN PHOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAVURES, ARTOTYPES, ETCH
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Prof. Henshaw's Platinotypes.
Nothing Prettier for a S ouvenir to Send Home.
TO ARRIVE. The Latest in Carbon Prints, Strip Etchings and Prang's
Studies for Art and China Painting.
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enson, Smith & Co.,
AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
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When competitors talk
about their "bull dog."
Yes, we have the new
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