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SEARCHES AND ARRESTS.
ang Kim is foreman of
Notice is hereby given, that
QASTL5 & DQOKE, Li
a Corporation has been oro-an-lzed
under the laws of theRe
public of Hawaii as a
Joint Stock Company
of limited liability, for the pur
pose of carrying on all the
Merchandise and Agency Bus
iness heretofore carried on by
Castle & Cooke, which bus
iness has been acquired by
At a meeting held on De
cember 28th, 1894, the Arti
cles of Association were signed
and adopted, and the following
Officers were elected :
.T. B. Atherton President
E. T). Tenney Secretary
W. A. Bowen Treasurer
E. D. TENNEY,
Secretary Csstle A: Cooke, Ld.
It is very seldom, that the
Honolulu stores have offered so
large a variety of Xmas goods as
found today. Our substantial
citizens, however, who are not
looking for toys or trifles will do
well in calling at the Hawaiian
Carriage Manufacturing Company
and there select a buggy or a
phaeton for the old lady, or a.
surry in case, that the family
grows. Manager Dillingham gives
good work at cheap prices.
The Pantheon Saloon is the
depot for the celebrated Enter
priseBecr, where it can always bo
found cool and fresh on tap. Wo
do not deal in "Fredericksburg
Beer" as the morning Paper
through some mistake lias adver
tised. Call at the Pantheon for
JIM DODD, Proprietor.
D. W. McHichol of tho Empire
Saloon has made a now deal
which will touch the hearts, or at
least tho palates of many a thirsty
wanderer. Ho keeps half-and-half"
onMraught and serves a
most delicious and cool beverage,
far superior to "plain" beer.
se 17 tf
J J. Williams tho well-known
Artistic Photographer is making
. it., -f .,r.rh-nitS on Natch
Bi,Fl8 'l Silk HnndkoreWofe. j
Complete s.ls of Worn s ule, ;
Tbe. Kinau iS off port
-u.ui.uMUA goes to pres
The Catholics Benevolent S
cieiy met this morning
The Board of Health held a
special meeting this morning.
-Lno -scare" last
will leave to- j the Polic9 to arrest four nativrs,
and one fnreirrnnt.
Mitchell. Today several searches
were made and an old musket and
a bayonet were found in native
bouses at Palama. resulting in
farther arrests. No charges have
been entered against the "sus
pects" for what thev are sus-
! tiefltpd TH-kKnrl.. 1 . J5 11. -
as the anu lue
I 1 1 -1 , ...
I prooaonity is that thev .nil be
allowed to go without further
molest, simply wondering why
in the name of Smith, they ever
were locked up. Van Giesen's
and McEvoy's "big game" has
not materialized vet.
Bedroom Set. Ward
robes, Ice Boxes. Stoves, Hang
ing Lamps. Rues. Bureaus.
ChiSoniers. Steamer and "Veranda j
Chairs. Bed Lounges, Sofas,
Babv Cribs, Clotnes Baskets, j
Sewing Machines, Whatnots,
Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at
the lowest Cash Prices at the I.
X. L., corner of jSuuanu and
Weather permitting, the band
will play at the Hotel tonight.
Have you seen the calendars
from the Hawaiian News Co.?
WE ISVITE ALL SMOKERS
To call and inspect oar late importation
of tno celebrated G. B. D. pipes, cijrara
and cigarette holder:.
iioYiTisTEJt & cc.
Xmas Cards are not the fashion
of tho seaton. That is, the old
timed cards which everybody has
seen and everybody has been
tired of. The Cards in Water
Colors, dealing with Hawaiian
subjects, are the only proper lid.
Thev are the fashion of the day, i nnplvin"- to the undersigned.
-. ., 11 i.--i!rt-e
ana tnev can oniv oe ODiamea i
from KING BROS.. ART Store, I UNION FEED CO... L'td.
on Hotel Street.
1 E2CGIXE DOUBLE CYLIN
DER, singleuaciion, 6x6
cylinder 12 horse power
1 VERTICAL TUBULAR
BOILER, 5 feet long, 40
inches diameter, containing
100 2 inch tubes, will sop-
ply sieamfor lnh p. eneni
1 FEED PUMP with all connec
The above are all in good order
and can bf had at a barcam by
The Japanese from tho Bentala
will be released from the quaran
tine station tomorrow.
The rumored "uprising" last
night was another fake. Only
the p. g. got scared.
Deputy-jailor Lawrence has re
signed and W.Kamana appointed
in his place.
Xew officers were installed for
the George de Long Post. G.A.R;
The government is now readv
public work coat oft"
Beretania street will be widen
ed from Punchbowl to Miller
street. Why not go further ?
Pastor Schneider from Sunt.i
Rosa will preach in German next
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock in
tho Y. AT. C A. hall.
Two native prison guards have
got tho G. B. on account of "sa
id," and two haoles have taken
Tho cyclorama .will go to Bos
tou. Thurston failed to connect
in London. Tho minister will
soon bo heard oh" from tho hub.
Tho Honolulu Choral Society
will hold its first rehearsal at tho
Y. M. C A. hall on next Tues
day at 7:30 oclck.
A new well is being bored at
tho corner of Beretania and Ala
pai street, for tho government.
McCandloss Brothers are doing
The British Commissioner has
an interesting notice to English
subjects in tho Advertiser. As
few of them read the government
papers the notice will probably
LOTS FOK SALE-
at the corn-r
of Qtieen and
For further particu
KflT , iW 00x100) at Kuhan
..imndred lob (iw-y ' .:.
.lata, inquire WIL00X & Oo.
V olieon nnd Nnoana
Corner of eou
de 27 H
Mr. John Bush, formerly mast
er at the lolani College has been
appointed principal of tho Ivi
laiiea goveinnient school on
Kauai and left for his post yes
terday. He will also act as post
master. Miller street may probably be
extended to Palace Walk, Junius
Kane who claims the property
between Beretania street and
Palace Walk is kicking. A suit
of ejectment may possible follow
Tomorrow is the day to obtain
a homestead on easy terms. The
offers of Bruce Warning & Co..
should bo accepted "by anybody
who have saved a few dollars and
desire to live iu the Paradise.
The auction takes place at 12 m.
at Morgan's office.
AucTiopt sale or
On Saturday.. Jan. -5,
at 12 o'clock noon, Mr. JAS. F. MORGAN,
will Sc-11 at PUBLIC AUCTION at his
it r i
58 -HOUSE LOTS -58
situated on the niauka side ot the Palama Road,
and also on Kamehanieha IV. Road. These
choice Lots, are located a short distance this
side of the Fertilizing Plant.
A lack of water has retarded the growth of this
portion of the city, and the fact that
are now being LAID, makes this Property es
pecially desirable for Residence purposes.
'Kg Upset Price, $140.00 each. - - -
Terms one-third cash, one-third in six months, and one-third
in one year from date of sale.
No extra charge for Deeds.
For further information, apply to
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
503 Fort street near Kin" Honolulu
eat, tire!. tktntT '
a toatc tob M-ant.
pvriliei tke biood,
tkkle the palate.
WILVTS THE DIFFER
(or plaure and t a
tonic. Yoa take it a a
tonic and tet ptatiure.
fcj THSFACCS MAXES RY
rh moat ArPETESNO sJ WltOLXSOVl
rSMPBSANCJS DRINK 'a f,, .rlvt THT IT.
Ask jour Dr?J". or Crocar for ti.
C. E. HIRES. PHILADELPHIA
SppoM N"brn' aJ
It akc xmBt4.
Br mic )Mr. to
Think wiM a atm it
F r ptleriptt, day sJ
To ttaad iwi tktok spoa
Its iKCtaraai MrhU
NiCqriiin. ZSToon. ISTiorlit
Good all tiw time. It mow tb Un-twr ot morning; satah Unnntes at non,
ull, the weariness of b;Ut-llIRES ItOOTaKER-ddklow, sparfclfcnr, apfHrttstee. Uood a
lluiury, ood as a tonic.
It is Vevond all dispute a NTooderful health stvlns drink, and H I rerr wv or any on
to understand whv this is so. The root, barks and twrrtes from whfck HIRE ROOT
BEER is skillfully made, are the identical things frbm which pfcvtciaii et their raot help
ful remedies. For itwtaiKe; Do von beliere that farsaparifta Is a valuable remedy 11
HIRES ROOTBEER contains more s&rsapariila than many arsairiMas. The nw is tru
to other ingredients.
It H ncd
an acreeaole ana neauuiui suosiuutc tor tne strong urtnK wmcn bc oijiiwc.
It is a homemade and horaemakinr beverage. It is rery easily prepared, and t the
plain directions are followeil, it will alwavs be good. Every member of the family, from the
babr to the grandfather, can enjov HIRES ROOTBEER, ami every one of them will have
better health for each swallow thev take. It Improves the appetite, pari fie the blood, and
tones the whole system. Children especially delight in HIRES KOOTBEKK. It prerwra
tiou interests them, and Its use does them good. In thousand of home. "HIRES ROOT
BEER that mother made," will le among the happiest recollection or cmiuuoou.
BEWARE ! Do not confound it with other Rootbeer preparation, a it 1 entirely un
like anything else of the kind. Beware of extracts advertised for making Rootbevr. a they
are composed chiefly of coloring matter and oils to give them iavor, which excite the uerve
and cause nausea.
Hires Improved Rootbeer packages makes reallv the most harraloH of oar fahionab!e
drinks, yet nourishing and strengthening the Mood. It cleanses the systen of toe poteonui
humors that developlu kidney ami urinary diseases, and ia fact, in any can that arisM from
an impure state of the blood.
Hires Improved Rootbeer is offered to the imbRe with feU eonatlenM f U meriU. It
contains no poisonous or injurious propcrttej whatever," and an In&Ht raay tak It with per
It U doln? more to advance oractkal temierance than many people reallae.
and recommended bv the mo?t caatitHis ami cotiservative temperance people. Th mo
scrnpnlous abstainer "can enjoy HIRES ROOTBRIV: hinrtnlt, and recommend it to oUicri s
BENSON, S: MIT fl & CO. " "
LEWIS t CO
Honolulu, Oct. 20.
J 7 v to coDtinuo
vfriondt. to co
01 iu J"-
Mto resort on l. f K ,1,,ua
l.t ATI Li '
nsks his many
their patronage o; ";Uer tables
:n Honolulu ana tho
..-A than iurir, ; flccisl-
aeu""" .:Dfnr and
ants. . n..- have
- Tbo "oi,rIl'a" ions, 11051
Call and see.,
Certain propositions have been
made for tho extension of the X.
T. C. A. building. A gymnasium
n-ith class-bathrooms etc. will
probably be erected. As Architect
Bipley is chairman of the build
committee, and prayed fer
vently for the undertaking there
can bo no aouui. ui iuC U1
rp,P Honolulu Clock Depot,
BROWN &KUBEr,.Xo Mas.
on, etches of all kinds kept in
? ck and sold for cash or weekly
nd monthly payments. P.O.
In enterirg upon tho New Year,
we do so realizing that nothing
can give the intelligent or judi
ciois bryers more ?at?f ictory
than to have us stick tp our
QUICK BALMS AND SMALL
PROFITS SYSTEM. It h is been
t!:c nv :i".s of pa, ing the ., m nt y t
on every p .roll so in d- uf u.-.
While to us it has ncre ised iur
trade from the day we adopttil it j
We will have no shelves for
shop worn goods, NEW GOODS.
GOOD GOODS STYLISH !
GOODS, and plenty of them.with
a re -.sonable prixed on them will
bo tho order of this comingyear's
business. Wo waut your trade
and will have it. if goods ahd
prices have anything to do with
We propose to keep in touch
with New York, Paris aud Lou
don, at as near their prices as is
Each Department in the Store
will be found to contain a Choice
and Varied Selection of the New
est and most Fashionable Materials-
and Garments of even' des
cription. Wo want you to get
into the habit of expecting this,
and inspecting our stock. It will
save 3'ou time, trouble and
This week we have some fine
Indian Bugs, some Carpets and
Lurtams tuat you will make no
mistake hy buying.
Tho contest over our Volcano
Trip closed Wednesday Miss J.
Tanner, Boyal School," presented
us 275 checks, many of which
she collected from "her friends,
thus enabling her to secure the
ticket Miss Greenwald came in
a good second with 195 checks.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
JUST TD HMI!
A COUSIGNMEST OF THE
PEARL Sewing Machines
P 0. B x 4S0.
The Cheapest Place
on the Islands to
Buy Hew & Second-Hand
. . Is AT T.1E
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Embracing ALL the VeryM
L. S. ILliififi,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS TN
EAST CORNER FORT AaKI3tG; STS.
New Goods Reo'd!
By every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe.
Fresh California Produce by every steamer.
All orders faithfully attended to, and Goods delivered to
any part of the city FREE OF CHARGE.
Island Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Poat
Office Box No. 145, Telephone So. 92l