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1111,0 ANI - THE HANI).
Captnlu llorgcrnnd Ills llojs Carry
Homo Hcnrly AlolmU.
The past week has been a week
of musical execs'? for Ililo. The
people have drunk deep at Captain
Berger's lountain and bidding the
j genial kappelmeester and his ag
gregation of musicians good bye
this morning, the parting will be
'accompanied with keen regret.
The week has been a busy one
I for the members of the band. They
started in Sunday afternoon with n
concert at the Ililo Hotel, which
was one of the best given while
jhere. The listeners crowded all
I available space in the hotel yard
around the pavilion. Lanaisat the
hotel and all near by homes were
thronged with parties. The music
was applauded at every interval.
Monday afternoon, by the cour
tesy pf the Ililo Railroad the baud
was given a free excursion in a
special train to Olaa. The train
left the city depot at i o'clock.
The band played at Nine-mile and
jat the ,111111. The hundreds of
laborers on the plantation were
I made glad by the visit of Merger.
Monday night, the baud partici
pated in the exhibition drill by the
militia. An immense crowd gath
ered on the water front to witness
the evolutions. The line of march
was from the armory on Volcano
street up l'onohawai to Jail street
up Jail to Waianuenuc, thence to
J the parade grounds. A platoon of
j police under command of Captain
Lake led the procession. Follow
ing the police came Berger's band
in extended formation. Then
came Company I) of the militia
land the usual multitude of small
boys. The police showed up in ex
Icellent marching order. It is only
I lately that the police have been
drilled in a body, and their appear
1 ance on the street in bright new
khaki uniform impressed the pub
j lie in the right way, At the
parade grounds the militia went
through various evolutions under
the direction of Captain Fetter.
The companies then reformed and
marched back to the Armory where
entertainment and refreshments
were served to the members of the
band and the police, Company D
doing the honors as host.
Tuesday night the band again
gave a concert at the hotel. Wed
' nesday night Captain Berger and
i his men were the guests of Manager
Scott at the Ililo Hotel for dinner.
J The dining room wis especially
. decorated in honor of the musical
I guests and the evening could not
I have been more pleasant.
' Thursday the Ililo Railroad was
! again in the role of host to the vis
' itors. The baud was given a free
I ride to Puna and return. The en
joyment of the day could not have
! been more agreeable. The recep-
KEL'UISMUM ACOEl'T PROTOCOL.
Agreement llchicon Argentina and1
Chile ut Last Receives Approval.
Buenos Ayres, December 25,
The Government officially announ-.
ces that the new protocol with
Chile has been signed, putting an
end to the conflict between the two
nations. ' !
A dispatch from Santiago de
Chile says that after a fresh con
ference held this evening between
President Riesco, Foreign Minister
Yanez and Senor Portela, the Ar
gentine Minister, the new agree
ment was signed, the latest modifi
cations to the former proposals be
The newspapers say the new pro
tocol dispels the immediate danger
of war, but that the remedy is not
The armies of the two countries
are meanwhib continuing their,
warlike preparations. Chile has '
decided upon the erection of new j
fortifications at Punta Arenas and J
At n secret session of the Chilean
Senate yesterday the Government
demanded authority for the ex-,
penditure of $15,000,000 in prcpa- J
ration for defense. The silting was 1
an exciting one. It was finally de
cided to authorize the floating of a
loan for the purpose.
According to the Diaro and the
Commeo, Argentina, for her part,
in view of the new naval acquisi
tion by Chile, has decided upon the
construction in Italy of two war
ships of 8000 tons, to be ready by
the end of 1902.
New York, December 25. The
Tribune; President Roca's organ,
according to a dispatch from Bue
nos Ayres to the Herald, announces
that the second proposal of Chile
about Ultima Ksperanza is accepta
ble and both Governments will sign
the following protocol:
"First Argentina will withdraw
her police station from Ccrro Pah-
que ami transier it 10 ios uorres,
situated many miles to the east
ward. "Second Chile will transfer its
station to Puerto Consuelo. The
whole zone thus remains included
in the disputed territory."
Wery & Carter
Kstlmalei given 011 nil work for the
construction of 1'lcrs, Abutments,
Culverts, Sidewalks. Most experi
enced firm hi masonry on this Is
land. Krcction of Stone nud Ilrlck
Hulldings nud nil work of the like
Boiler Work a Specialty
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lias been reopened under the man
agement of Mr. T. A. Simpson,
late of tlie Union Saloon, Ililo.
LIQUORS and BEERS
nre kept in slock and visiting
Ililoites nrc cordially invited to
hill 0 MARKET CO..
FRONT AND CHURCH STS.
If you appreciate n yoort
meal nicely prepared call
and see me.
Meals 35c Up
C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop.
Manufacturing Co, ,
WIM, PURNISII KSTIMATKS
on building fine carriages,
wagons, drays nud vehicles of nil
kinds. Orders from outside
Islands will be given prompt
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HONOLULU, II. T.
Telephone No. 39.
Ukidck St. - II11.0, II. I
lliimnkuu's Xuiue Sake.
Haiuakun, n member of the kin
dergarten contingent turned over
by the Grand Jury to the care of
the Circuit Court, plead guilty
Wednesday afternoon to larceny of
$2.15, on Christmas day. He was
apparently laboring under the idea
Pacific Meat Markel
Front St., II11.0, II. I,
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Wall, Nichols Co.
Waianucnue St., Ililo.
AT ONCIJ BY MAIL ALL THIS
NEW GOOD BOOKS
Wo use the sumo price book as t lit
Honolulu house, nud iitnkr our
PRICES AS LOW AS
ANY ON THE
Wall, Nichols Co.. Ltd.
prevalent at that season of the year 'Ty n Qnnr j- f jn n pn
that a Christmas present was due A 1 CUlOjJUl LClLlUll bU.,
him and that if he was to get any
he would have to play Santa Claus ' GKO
liim.sen. Hamakua s lather was
summoned by the Court and his
apparent indifference to the child's
fate and evident lack of care for the
S. McKKNZIH, Manager.
youngster generally drew a sharp
lion .liven the visitors at the Puna aml wel1 meritcd lecture from J"dSe
end of the line was in keeping with Uule- who ninrkcd that had he
the well known reputation of that the Powcr he wouId give the gen-
plantatiou for hospitality. tlc,nan a few vcars !n Jal1 on Sc-
Whlleln Ililo. Contain iWi.r eral principles. He then gave the
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and his men were not strangers to
the many hospitable homes in the
city. Thqre were invitations too
numerous for all to be accepted.
The people of Ililo as a unit regret
that the visit of the Hawaiian band
was but for a fortnight.
The Divorce Mill.
A fairly liberal crop 01 divorce
cases mostly emanating from Por
tuguese and Japanese sources
showed the tendency of these peo
ple to adopt the principles of Anglo
infant, who wept copiously in the
meantime, a fatherly talk, and
promising to keep a sharp eye on
him he suspended sentence for one
year. The namesake of the
droughty district then gathered up
his cap and a pair of shoes which
he carried in his hand, apparently
out of deference to the Court, and
A Patented Comb.
They cure dandruff, hair falling,
headache, etc., yet cost the same as
an ordinary comb. Dr. White's
Finest equipped Carriages in the city,
with competent and careful drivers.
Counts of Metropolitan styles and finish
Horses Boarded by Day
In connection with the Staiu.ks the
above company runs the
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and are prepared to take orders for Car-'
riiiL'e liuildniL'. Horse Shoclni' mul P.en
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for TLff aOLLARS.
1 hi uiur muiiioiiu inr tin
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M'titUmnf tho u'c, MH'iir
ltyiuul comfort to thorn)
turtil. Nownrttili khmUi 4
or lotion to ruhim it itm
tho work. linojili'iiM!
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uTA i X'Jiv
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! where it has been
will not allow a man to be held in
duress bv a woman sininlv because '
she may have hypnotized him in W,W with tlell8ht- You "'"'P1
an unguarded moment. Most of ,coml) 'our hair cach (lay- and thc
the cases were uncontested, the
libelees in the various suits seem
ing to be as willing as was the
comb does the rest. This wonder
ful comb is simply unbreakable and
is made so that it is absolutely im
possible to break or cut the hair.
Sold 011 a written guarantee to give
perfect satisfaction in every respect.
"Uarkis" in David Coppcrfield,
though their willingness ran in thc
Tudire Little announced on ,i,e , Semi htamps for one,
opening day of the term that he ! 50C- Gent's size, 35c Live men
would be able to clean off thc di- and wo,uc" wa,,lC(l everywhere to
Ivorce calendar in about fifteen , introduce " "ticle. Sells on
! minutes, and though he didn't sue- aiKt. Agents arc wild with sue
Iceed in this, he did pretty nearly ccss' Addrcss " N. Rosit, Gen
1 finish it in an hour. Of the nine I MKr- Decntur, III.
cases seven were granted,
tinned, and one
settled out of
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proui tly executed at the TltlliUNlt Ofticc.
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