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! SnUn 8 UkHn.
FJUDAY, JAN 1, WB.
KnuiAY, Jan 4.
Stmr Klimtt from Hnwnll nml Mnul
tittur hvnlnnt from Hnwnll mid Maul
Bliur Jntiius Mnkce from Knum
Htmr I.lkclikn from Hnwnll
Friday, Jan. I.
Btmr W 0 linll for Maul ami Hnwnll at 10
VobboIs LoavluR To-morrow.
B 8 Australia, Houdlette, forSau Francisco
Onrcoos from Island Porta.
Htmr Iwalant fi831 linns Btinr.
Stinr Jas Makeo 20u0 bags mignr and WS
Krimi Kauai, per I'tnr Jai MhUoc, Jan 4
A Lltideiiiann, J K Miller and 6 deck.
Krom Knual, icr ntnir lualiuil, Jan 1
Mr and Mn II H loss and 3 children, Mr
lk'tTtimti, Mini Ilcuriiiun, Albert llnptlsto
l'or Mnul and Hnwnll. p r W O Hall, Jan
4 MraUM Wulton, I. Autifjat. H Kid, J
KnftHXL'ticlil, Mist Anvils, Harry Mills,
Noli Kuuhrtiio, Mrs Kauhane, W Mulltr,
A White, MrnHiiiitvraiul lUdeok.
Tlic dark ltoutmibcck lies finished dis
charging. Thestcniuer V. 0. Hall lind fuw passen
gers this trip.
Tho steamer Kanin will ho In from the
other side of this Island this uvuiiing,
Thn Mi-liixiMpr Kuiiliiiin left fur hnunn-
knkai tins alicrnoon for another cjrjn of
TIih steamer Waiiiinnnlo returned to port
jL'iiurduy evening with her WuIhLiii fre ulit
still In her hold. The rea on was n p parent
from tho condition of some of the crew.
BIO BXRIKK OF JAPS.
It'a Kuhuku Plantation That'll Worri
ed This Tlimi.
Tho Japanese laborors at Kahuku
Plantation havo gone out on another
strike. It occurred last evening and
for a timo things wore protty lively
about the plantation. No particulars
could bo got by telephone this morn
ing, as tho lino was down. About
one hundred and forty Japs are
trudging to town to lay their com
plaint before the Inspector-General.
Homo time ago Mr. Simon Gold
baum of Sau Luis Hoy. Cul., was
troubled with a lame back and rheu
matism. Ho used Chamberlain's
l'ain Halm and a prompt euro was
olTcctod. Hu says ho has since ad
vised many of his friends to try it
and all who havo done so huvo spoken
highly of it. It is for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith Si Co., Agents
for Hawaiian Inlands.
It's almost as easy for a
horstj fed on California
Fowl Co.' s Hay and
Grain to draw his load
as it is for this big- eh
phant to draw his. Wo
pay tho highest price and
got tho bobt thoro is to
ho had. Our pi iocs ao
as low as tho lowest.
Prompt delivery. LJoth
Telephones 121. .
A (INK UNDIVIDKI) TWKNTIKril
sliuro In ihu Aliupuin of Honolulu
eltuatc in South Kona, ll.wull, c utniiiiiiK
nil area of (78 Acres, ami Ijulni; Apilin t)
of H. 1. as.17, I.. 0. A. 77IU. Tlmro iiro 3JS
1)-10 Acr.a to ovi'ry share. This land ml
joins Knliihlkl on the South mid I a vain
ulile iiroiic riy. A good doil of It Is sult
nhlo for i'ollco, nml the bnlnncH for puitur
avu It lies near llookena InndliiK. l'ri e
liii'O. Tltla perfect j wairanty deed, ac
knowledged and Htninpoil, Iven to pur
chaser. For further imrtleiiliira upiily to
J. M. MiiNSAHK T.
Honolulu, January I, lbin.
:reiuinoi HltUNte ou the
eustsHeof the old Miikiki
nled hv A.
'I ho huild-
iiiKB are modern and commodious and tho
spacious grounds are laid out In fruit and
oriiamentitl t'0s. Knsv terms to iIphIhi
ble tenant. For further particulars pleam
apply to UUUtlK OAKTWU1U1U'.
HONOLULU 0HI0KEX CLUB
rplli: ANNUAL MrtKriNO OK TmK
J nhdvaClith will hah Id on TUKS1UY
KVKN1NU NK.XT. Jammr- 8th, nt 7:150
o'clock, ut tho Arlington Hotel, Kintr
btrtet. u. i, At'HHHAOH,
AN ADJOUUNKI) ANNUAL SIKKT
Intjof tho llounl of Trustees of thu
iillMIMILlI Saii-ohi' Hohk Sot'iKiv will b
liold ut Iho ttooiu of thu ( huiuburof Ckiii
merce on MONDAY, the 7th dnv of Janu
ary, iiv iu;ou uuiiK'K a.m. 1'ur onlor.
, , , V. A.BOHAKFKn.Beo'y
Honolultinn. 'S, 1805. mY-i
vie? . VJi
"-"fcrr-j' v . --
LOCAL AND 0KNEBAX NKW8.
Something of interest from M.
Mcluorny's bIioo storo appears to
day. The Honolulu Cricket Club will
moot nt tho Arlington Hotel Tues
Tho steamer Kinau arrived al 8:10
o'c'ook this afternoon from Maui
To-morrow is land day nt Morgan's
auction room. Hear do boll a' ringin'
at twol' 'clock.
Soya, at one timo Jnpaneso inspec
tor of immigrants at Lahaina, camo
to town on tho Likcliko this morn
ing. J. M. Monsarrat offers a chance to
an liilontliug cotloe grower in tno
twentieth part of a 2)28 acre lot in
G. E. Iioardinnn, agent for Ogtira
Si Co., calls for applications for
Japanese plantation labor to arrive
"Throat Comfort" is advertised by
tho Hobron Drug Company. It is
agreeable to the palate as well as a
Thoro will ba no football game to
morrow afternoon as previously re
ported. The game hat been post
poned for a week.
Co. H, N. G. H., is divided over
the question of bt'r or no boor after
drills. The abstainer refuse to stay
when beer is brought in.
Tho government baud will give a
concert at the Hotel this evening
for the benefit of passengers leaving
by tho S. S. Australia to-morrow.
Mr. Cartwright offers for lease to
a desirable tenant a fine residence at
Mnkiki, near tho cars and in one of
tho most wholesome parts of the
No news is furnished at the Police
Station now. Tho captain on watch
this afternoon says the order was
given by Mnrshrl Hitchcock this
Scottish Thistle Club this even
ing. A present to tho chief from
tho president of the Caledonia So
ciety of Philadelphia will bo ex
hibited. Tho books containing tho names
of subscribers of the consolidated
telephone companies havo all been
distributed, and patrons cau riug up
any of their friends.
Charles Mitchell and Geo. Sum
mers were committed for trial by
District Magistrate Perry this after
noon for tho burglary of Tom Hoi
li tiger's shoeing shop.
Deputy Jailor Lawrence rosiiniod
autl two native guards were dismiss
ed from Oahu Jail yesterday. Wil
limn Kamaiia, a faithful native oili
cor, takes Liwrence's place.
J. V. Chapman, tho well-known
caterer, is now open for ougago
meiits for banquets, weddings, balls,
dinner parties, garden parties, etc.
Address him earn of lluixtrriN olb'oo.
There were in the Japan seas when
the Ilontnla left, according to a pas
snger, 27 English warships, 29
Russian, (i American and 1 Gorman,
besides some of other nationalities.
A child fell oil a King street tram
car this morning, but luckily escap
ed unhurt. The father in an en
deavor to save the child slipped and
banged his head on the back steps!
in i no car.
Tho largo map of the residence
lots, to be sold by ortler of Uruco
Waring A: Co., will be at Morgan's
auction room to morrow morning.
Call early and select your choice,
and avoid the rush.
F. M. Hatch, Minister of Foroigti
AfTairs, is going to the Coast by tho
Australia. Ho wants to bo in tele
graphic communication with Minis
ter Thurston at Washington on tho
subject of annexation.
G. fi. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish lest factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to le the same an done
President Dole and members of
the Cabiuet, it is reported, spent the
night in the Executive building.
Two of tho voluuteer companies
wore also quartered there. Around
Kawaiahao church were stationed
armed police ollicers and sentinels.
Mr. and Mrs. G. 1. Drysdale of
Melbourne, Victoria, aro nt tho Ha
waiian Hotel. They o to the Vol-
cauo by the Kinau on Tuesday. Mr.
Drysdale is interested in tho sugar
industry of Queensland, and is gain
ing all the information available
about sugar making in Hawaii.
A Pullktin reporter called on
British Commissioner Hawos to-day
to see him with regard to tho action
of tho Governor of Hongkong (boo
article git first page). Air. Hawos,
however, could not be soeu, as ho
had retired for tho day, having been
uuablo to gaiu any rest last night.
"Faith" and "Itopontancn" respec
tively havo been the subjects of the
sermons at the Gospel tout for the
last two evenings To-night "Chris
tian Baptism" will bo considered,
Mr. Garvin will treat thiR subject
from tho Bible premises only, and
remicHts all thoso nttondiug to uight
tobriiiK tlioir Iilblos or poncils with
thoin, for tho purnoao of trnoiii(j tho
suhjuot hi tho Suriptttrt's,
Ultivoii croditors provutl clnims
ainoiiutiiiK to $1015.81 natud J. A.
AH)nfi of Ilonokaa, Hawaii, anil 0.
Bosun was oloctod asHineo witli bond
at 12000, boforo Judgo Coopor this
Jiit(;o Coopor has ordorod lottors
of administration on tho estate of
tho lato Martha J, McGowan to in
sert to Wm. W. MeQowan uudor
$1000 bond. Magoon for potitiouor.
Homo for Unemployed Husbands
A homo for unomployed husbands
has been started in tho lower Mis-1
souri Pacific yards, near tho brick-,
yards. Tho employes of tho brick
yards aro out of employment a great ;
deal of tho time during tho winter
and their wives will not lot thorn lie
around tho houso. Realizing that .
they would froozo to death during
tho wintor if something woro not
dono at once, tho men commenced ,
building a homo for unemployed
husbands, which has just been com
pleted. Tho homo is located ou tho '
river banks, whoro an elogaut view I
of tho brickyards, tho public (lump,
tho Durst & Logouiau packing
house and John beaton's foundry
can bo seen. Cards, checkers, domi
noes, and other games cau bo played
in the home, and all unomployed
husbands who aro not allowed to
stay nt homo during tho day aro
welcomed. Atchison Gtotir.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotol
and Nutiatiu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; $1 and $1.25 per
a Lifetime !
The opportunity comes to u
man to do himself good,
once in it lifetime That
once is now tit your com
mand. Wo have just re
ceived a complete stock of
This line of record hcuteis
we are selling at
S5.00 per Pair
prices never dreamed of be
fore in this country. . .
We are after the men's shoo
trade and we are going to
Do You Smoke?
If ynu do, yo t want tho lxt your
liionoy will buy I hnvp Junt ro
iltii n elioleo invoicv of the finest
which iM II from 5 renW up 'o y5
"iits. Whilo iimiiy iteoplv prefer
Mnnlln Olnxrs, I Iwvh for tlielr
henullt a very uhoiro nidectlon of
all thu hesl known lir.nds of
For those wlio don't smoku cI-nrM,
hit "hit tho pipe," 1 liavualinu
Htersdnnrn and Briar Wood Pipes,
Alo Corn Cobs, Etc., K'o.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
th- fuvoritubratidHOf CiKaruttoMttru
aUo kept ou hand In fact any
thluK In thu Hi o of suinker'a ru-cinslt-!t
can be found at iIih
H. J. Noltk, I'rop
To My Patrons!
m:. si. i-jEyvir,
Fout Stiieet, H. I.
Al EHB11S. OOUUA & CO. AUK IJ
1I celvliiji orilHra for I'lantation lilior
tonrrlvu In Mnroli nxt. All tliosu wUo
wish l.b'irers tic 11 Id place tlielr orders Im
mediately with U K. lluarduiun, AmJtit
tor tho ubove firm. Uomllti ns nro iih
tloncd in prDpeoinsi "To the I'litntem of
Hawaii" O. E HOAUDMAN,
1'8-tf Agent for Oyurs ii (Jo.
irm. E. Bartnyer
Olive Mils, N. Y.
in the Face
Neatly Blind, But Perfectly Cured
Health, Appetite and Strength Re
nowod by Hood's Snrsaparllla.
at Hood & Co., Lowell, Ms.i
" nood'i Snrniintllla Is aplemlld. I had long
bon troubled wither) ltku, and threa Urnel
tiftil It In my bead and free. I btcum nearly
blind and my hair nil enme out. Mr hmband
wtiliert me to try Hood' Sarsaptiuu. I only
took Uireo bottles before
I Was Fro
from my old-time trouble and long suffering.
I It has tiCTer returned until last winter while I
was 111 with tho Rrlp, a slight attack broke oit
on my face. After my slokuess I was not well;
, became easily tired and loU tny nppeUte. I
i resumed taking Hoods Bampnrllla and am
Siow using tho fourth bottle and onn run up and
down stairs as spry as ever. The tlrrd tcrtlng
Is rnnennd I have ftgnod nppotlte." Mils. Wm.
K. lUiliNdEit, Ollvo Klilgo, Now York.
Hood's Pills oure nil liver Ills, bilious
best, Jaundice, Indigestion, sick headache.
.. t r u
Hobron Drug Co., Ld.,
Sole AKBnta for tlif Kennhllo of Hnwnll. i
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Fino Casslmoros, Sorgos,
Whlto Linens, Etc.
Suits Made to Order
ON SHOUT NOTICE.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
- -Hi Nininnu Struct.
FOR. SALE OUEAP
AHUKIIY IN VKIIY
(lixxl ltcmlr. AIo
n fiw ltrnkes both New
nnd Seuaiul-haud. Antnv to
W W. WiUQHT.
UH7-tf Hi.nnhihi Carriaite M'l'y.
ANKW CKKAMKIt OK TIIK LATIWT
iikhIoI, ciiinclt ') ullont er hour.
Ahto, a Two Horno 1'uner (IuhoIIiio KtiKltie,
just thu thlni: for n dairy A ptil v to
l'Vm Honolulu Dairy.
I On SATURDAY, Jan. 5tli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
rr. James P. rorgan will sell at Public Auc
tion, at his Salesroom,
Situated on the maulca hide of the Palama
lioad, and also on Kamehamehu IV. Koad.
These Choice Lots are located a short distance
this side of tho Pertili.ing Plant. A lack of
water has retarded the growth of this portion
of tho city, and the fact that water pipes are
now being laid makes this propi rty especially
desirable for residence purposes.
Upset Price, $140 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.
BRUCE WARING & CO.,
503 Fort Street, near King Street,
KLOisrojLiXjrjU. kc. i,
In entering upon the New
Year, we do so realizing that
nothing can give the intelli
gent or judicious buy rs more
satisfaction than to have us
stick to our Quick Salks
and Small Phokits Systkm.
Jn has been the means of
having them money on every
purch se made of us. While
to uh it has increased our
trade from the day we adopt
Wo will havo no shelves
for shop worn goodp. New
Goods, Good Goons, Styl
ish Goods, and plenty of
them, with a reasonable price
fixtd on them will be the
order of this coming year's
business. We want your
trade and will have it, if
goods and prices have any
thing to do with your buying.
We propose to keep in
touch with New York, Pat is
and London, at as near their
prices as is consistent.
Each Dri'AUTMKXT in the
Stoub will be found to con-
nil n P.tintfM.i mwl "T a tirt.M
nun ziiuivr uiiu t niui'u
bKI(Krnos- of the Nkwest
nm mOht FaSIIIiiNAIIW
MatkuiaLS and Gai mi:nt
of i very doeiiptiun. We
want )ou to get into the
habit of expecting thn, and
inspicting our stock. It will
save you time, troub e and
'J his week we have some
line In'diak Kircs, kdiuuCau
I'Kts and Cuuiai.vs that you
will make no mistake by buy
ing. The contest owr our Vol
cano 'J rip closed Wednesday
checks, many of whit li she
collecttd from her friends,
thus cii'ibling her to seen re
the ticket. Miss Grccuwald
came in a good second with
B F. WlliTwRS & GO.
information, apply to
1 1 1 I I A i
That Meet All Demands
W B, BMQMB9
520 Fort St.
Come and see Our Immense Variety of Fancy
Novelties suitable for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
A CHOICE A8B0IITMKNT OK
Silk Drapes, Lace Table Runners, Ltce Scarfs,
AT r.XOi:iTIONAI.i.Y LOW l'UICKS.
Fans, Hand Bags, Purses and Card Cuses
IN (1KKAT VAlllKTY.
Laco Bod Spreads, Piush Scarfs, Fancy Tab'o Covors,"'
L'fi-fal and Acceptable Presents.
Late' rurse mik Vests. Ladies' SI Hose.
Ladles' Ojit-nwork Silk Ho?e In White, lllack and Bliodes of Tan.
Novelties in Silver Ware I Ladies' Fine Parasols I
DOST KOItORT TIIK
Children's Dresses, Capes and Cloaks i
Lace and Silk Bonnets, Ohllitrra'a I'ntis, 1'arasols, Etc., Etc., EU.
BCLIsTIDKIB IR, O T3L IBFS
A most Oompleto Stock and Litest I)eif;iii, and prlcen that will astonish you.
Lndlea' Kino Whlto HeiiimedUltcli Handkerchiefs at l iicrilotcn.
Milles' Whito Emliroldercd 11 and Hei chiefs I60. each or $ I'X a doren.
1, idles' Hllk. llntidkerchlefs, cmhroldnreil; tor lfc. ai.d upwards.
Gentleman's Si'k Umbrellas, Silk Neglige Shirts and Pajamas!
Oontleinan's Fine Neck Wear, Mirclal HnrKalnn.
Ocntlemaii's S Ik, Ltucn an-l Col red llorder llanlkerch!efii.
Ocnllcmau'H Silk Handkerchiefs at 3.1c. each or $3.5u a doren.
Ocntlenian'a Kino Linen HnndkurclilefB, fancy border; at $3.75 per doruti.
Silks ! Silks ! Silks !
SI'EOIAL BAIU1AIN6' -m tW Sl'EOIAL IIAKOAINSI
Wo have Just Received 'i B. 8. "Oceanic" a Ijrj;o Invoice ol
Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Silks!
Bolld CoK n In all thn DMIraUi Sliades and l'rstty StrltKis. We
oiler tho Kntlr.. Lot
FOR SO OH3TSTTS -A. 1TA.TUD
This delicious temperance drink: not only quenches
thirst, but promotes and preserves good health.
There's no drink in (he world like HIRES' KOOT
liJilICK, in composition, in preparation, or in popula
rity. 1th wonderful success is a matter of history,
and can only be expl lined by the fact that people
evt rywhere recognize an-l appreciate its health and
p!euhuiv-giing qualities. They will not drink the
worthless and injurious substitutes.
J3T Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by The Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
"Wo liavo tiHod over three tlozon boUloH of Jliroa' Hoot lluor this c.
aon, mill flml ft tho most iloliointm iind Ijunltliftil drink in thu innrkot Jak
F. llAMMKit, M20 2l Ave., Altoonu, l'u., U. S. A."
"Wo havo muni your Kool Ileor in our family over threo yoare, wintor
ami Miminor, an,! wouhl not tlo wilhout it. Wo drink it intitead of water
Mihh LiiM'imiOTr, Cor. 2d and 1'iiio Hta., Oiimotln, N. J U. 8. A.
Iloituox Dkuo Company "Wliolesalo Druggista-
Benson, Smith & Company
IIOLLIBTKR DllUQ COMPANY, L'l'D. . . .
Lkwis & Company
fffJft I -v?-
. h IMIIJ.N '-mh
wiww f- '4-m
and Satisfy All Wants
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