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MJ. rw i mi Mum m
J1mi you IdnI n Um 1
MvJuwU olii mi Kililny for I ho
luilti t1r lit Vorixnn linHono lo
Kniiiii for tlm holiday,
TIiIh iu litdioH day at tliu coiirtrt
of tlm l'nolilo TomiiH Club.
G. N. Wilcox and family loft
for homo by Inst niyhl'rt Htonmor.
Tim Aiiatralia BailB for- San
FrancJHco at 4 o'clock this after
uooti. ('"inpnny 1) will havo high
JIUK8 at tlioir nciulquailurH ou
Mr. Ucdcmuuu of tho Honolulu
Iron WorkB left for Maui on tho
Likeliko laut night.
Tho Bemi-monthly circular of
the lidwiiiiau Commorcial Agoucy
camo to hand yesterday.
Postmaster General Oat liaB
gniiH to Kauai to officially inspect
poduflloeu on tliut falutid.
Tim dog catchers are about
again, and forty canines await
their owners iu tho pound at
Special mooting of Pacific Lodge
No. 622, A. F. and A.M., this
evening with work in the third
CIirb. H. Ramsay was quietly
married to Miss Grace M. Cole
yesterday, Hev. H. W. Peck tying
Among the arrivals by tho Mi
kahala yesterday wore George E.
Smithies and wife, lawyers Stan
ley and Dole and Dr. A. Me-
VN, HtM.P-I'l.N, li:'l Mil' 'J ,
'llwo UllIllOHB liliBfii ful((. p,,.
tllurrt wnru iiritHluil llilri nftur
noun. A .JnpniH'M' wan iini'Metl IIiIh
morning for violating hack ropu
lalioiiN. The LMeat CiiritdiiiiiM nnn w V
S. liiico will bo hold tomorrow
Iwaknmi han throe lino prosonts
for cUBtomorB undor conditions
Tho Australia has a vory small
outgoing pasflongor list, mostly
Sistoon dogs were captured by
heartless policemen this morning
and taken to tho pound.
Tho Board of Hoalth will moot
thia afternoon with two wooks'
business to catch up with.
I. Witkowskv. a rrantlemnn who
has Bpent Borne time touring tho ' my 4US 18 "
islands, leaves on tho Australia j about it. But cold type
, , fails to show its merits.
Tlm.nno rA,l t 1-..1 ! Us0 it that's tllO
-. uviuuu vi urn u utiiiu tuuuul li I (lob
night and tho music rondered was
Tomorrow evening the Monta
gue Faust Company will again
make tho risiblcB of Honolulu
vibrato to tho core.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Isonborg,
Illglioot of nil in Leavening Strength - UtMt V S. Gov't HoK)tt.
-- . rtSraB auXAtf-ftt'
Soap . .
Every user is enthusiastic
test it. Your"'lmndB will
feel well cared for. One
wash tells tho talo. That
is our reason for urging
you to test it. 25 cents
A fiction Sales by H". ,S. Luce,
Miss Ieenberg and Paul Isenberg I a cuko a box Si 3 cakes)
Jr. and wife all left for Kauai last 05 contq
night on the W. G. Hall.
The Hilo Herald has it that ' u rw -r
"Minister" Cooper is engaged to bo 8101)1011 liriJP'Cft
married. Mrs. Coopur will havo "VR1 V11 l Ug VU.
Bomethmg to say about that. King mid Forl
ix. iiacKieiu x uo. olsewuere
announce their noifeo mills an be
ing ready for executing ull orders
A meotiuL' for tho election of I Another new industry established
officers of tho Suuday-School for in tuis city-
tho coming year, will bo hold this ) J. J. Williams is to tho foro for
oiouingni o ciouk at tuo ueutral ; the holidays with the products of
Departiug piispeugers for San
Francisco laBt evening by the
Belgic wore Mr. and Mrs. M. N.
McMillan, Mrs. F. N. Brown nnd
Mrd.'N. P. Harris.
The Wilder Steamship Co is
going to have a wharf built at
Knhrina on the Puna coast, which
will afford shipping facilities to a
rich coffee region.
-" The band will nlav at Thomas I " unnstiniiB sale for the bene
Bouare this oveninc at 7:30. If . ut o tho church realized S13C
tho Durio or Alameda bo in port
the concert will take place at the
Hawaiian hotel instead.
J. J. Carden is makiug tho new
cement balcony on iron girders at
tho rear of the Judiciary building.
Tho old ono was laid on wood nnd
tho wood became rotten.
his pbotogrnpuio art. Nothing
moro appropriate to send away
than island views.
A. Z. Hadloy of Kilauca, Kauai,
petitions for letters of adminis
tration on tho Hawaiian estate of
tho late Anna M. Armstrong of
Madison, Now Jersey.
Rev. S. II. Davi?, rector of
Christ church, North Kona, writes
lo Houry Smith, saying the au-
Gold Hnd Silverwaio,
Crockery and I vory ware,
WhitoOriiBH Cloth, Mattings,
Wicker and Steamer Chuira,
Cig'H-9, Ktc, lite,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuiinuu Klrrot, Honotnlit.
Grand Art Goods
On Thursday Evening
Doc. 17, ot 7 o'clock.
1 shall Rfll at my SaloB Booms
cornor Fort and Qtif-en stB., a
comprising copies of Borne colo
bratcd iuccob now in the Vatican,
DPainting's from tho bruBh
of oelebrntod Foreign and Local
Nickel and Gilt TABLES
Carvers Ivory Handle Knives
Forks, Spoons, Entreo Dishes
Bon- bon Dishes, Telescopes
Watch Aneroids, Tnorouimeters
Combinntion Liquor Stands
Algorimi Lamps and Shades
JapaneBu Inlaid Cubinots & Desks
Bugs, Bilk Handkerchiefs
Jiouuliftilly ombroidercd, and
other Fancy ABT1CLES too
numerous to mention.
N. S. SACHS'
520 IHort Street.
I I I i i i l -w
Do not loso this fine chanco of
obtuiniog rar, novel and unique
prefionts for Weddings or Christ
mas. Goods on view all day Thursday
at my Halts rooms. For further
particulars of this grand sale,
plcne refer lo a "write up" arti
cle in thin paper.
W. S. LUCE.
1 4S5-2t Auctioneer.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Captain F. W. Fehlbehr, tho
voteian police officer and court
bailiff, is very low. Ho is just
past 71 years of age and his
malady is heminhler'ia. a sort of
paralysis of the brain. '-
JamesF. Morgan has booked ! Mam Office Telephone No. G3
uiiiure tuuuH yesieraay ror 5iao,
OrncK: 203 Morchont fctreet, CnmpUll
Block rciir ot J. O. Cuitci' office. V. O
Two Slitu'lo KurnlMiciI Hooms In n nice
locnlllv wiililn u Asm- minutes walk of tbu
cars. Inquliuat tliU ofllcc. -Ib4-.lt
1 O. Box Xo. 222 Branch Offlco Telcpliono No. 833.
Willi n Phmiif.n f'nt.iiriitln O'M more Of stock of tllO
onmiuuiul .if A H TOiaim I m i Suunr ComDativ. Tlio suhsn
Athertou and 13. F. DilliiiL-Imm," ! !!011B nlidy considerably exceed
tho Annexation Club should havo i tl10 lolnl 10t to bo placed
no dilliculfy in making lioth ends I 13esides electing oflicors this
2;i:;0ahi! Lumber and Buiidinq Co., L'd.
Lumber Merchants, Contractors & Builders.
Chineso aro moving tho house
that blocked tho way of tho cars
on Ocretania street part of two
days. One of them had a hand
badly crushed iu shifting rollers
Tho Annexation Club officers
hold another meeting this after
noon, at which several imnnrinnf
mattors will bo brought up. Tho i
mooting will bo hold in L. A.
J. G. Waibol and J. C. Nob
mnnn havo formed a copartner
flhip for tho purpose of conduct
ing a general importing and com
mission business and ub wholesale
doalors in spirits.
Pacific Lodgo No. 822, F. and
A. M., will install the following
newly-elected officers on tho even
ing of .Tnuuary 5th: Johu Phil
lips, It. W.M.; Norman E. Gedgo,
S. Y; Austin Whiting, J. W.; W.
O. Atwater, T.; II. U. Williams, S.
Wall, Niohols Co. aro tho sole
and exclusive agouts for Fiunoy's
Hawniian Directory. A supply
was delivered to thom today.
People ou tho other islands who
wish a copy can oocuro ono
promptly by addressing tho above
A Chineso carpentor in tho
shop of the Ouhu Lumber and
Building Company on tho comer
of Bethel and King streots got his
quouo caught in a belt of tho
machinery yesterday but a fellow
workmau stopped it iu timo to
Bftvo his scalp.
eveuing tho Hawaiian Athletic
Association will decide on a pro
gram for the afternoon of January
17th, or nithor for Saturday, lGth,
as the national holiday occurs on
J. W. Girvin Bays ho has had to
work nights to fill out tho neced
sary documents for Chineso who
desire to go homo for the Chinese
Nov Year. Several hundreds of
them will leave on tho Doric for
Tho trial of Makamni, tho Japa
nese Btoward of tho British Vessel
B. P. Cheney, in whoso quarters
four tins of opium wore found by
customs oflicors, is going on this
afternoon boforo Judge Wilcox iu
tho District Court.
E. E. Hendry offers to lot, part
ly furnished, his olognntresidenco
ut Kiuau and Pousacola streots.
Ho is ready also to sell building
lots at Lunalilo aud Pousacola
streots the most desirable resid
ence property on tho plains.
While little Helen Johnson was
IMl'OltTEnS AND DKALEItS IN
D.or, Sashes, Paints, Gils, Buildors' H.rdware, Wall Papers and
Matting, Etc. Manufacture All Kinds of Moulding.
M.iin Ufflce Mco, King Btroet. Branch Ofllco ami IWur Mill, corner Kiuc and
Bethel MreeiH. Lumber Wilu, Leloo ami Lot near II. It. Deiot Private truck lounect
InHwiiuO.lt Ac L. Co. U. It. runa thioiigh our yimla to It. it. wharf uiul ituy purt of
Lwh uuil U nirtiino HttionH. 48:-tf
Hints For Your Christmas Shopping
coming out of tho High school I Cignrotto Cases,
Court Plaster Casos,
Postage Stamp Cases,
Billiard Cue Chalkors,
Pocket Cork Screws,
giounus yesioruay arternoon, sno , uvuiujo vL-Hura,
was run over by a horse attached Book Markers,
to a cart rlrivnn liu flli!nomn Pencil Extenders.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Rclter Bread and Pastry than
"- Any Other linoion Brand.
Auk Your (Jrncer For II.
UNION FFIiD 00., Sale Agents.
Ono of her arms was nr.vnrnlv
hurt by the horse's hoof treading
Tomorrow at 10 o'clock J. F.
Morgan will hold tho great jowol
ry salo for M. Moluorny. Solid
silver waro, liuon and fino dress
goods, etc., will go nt tho same
time. It's a chanco for gift goods
that will not return this Christ
Tho stoamor China, with tho ox
Queen on board, would probably
arrive at San Francisco in timo
for tho ovoniug papers of tho 10th,
tho day that tho Doric aud tho
Alameda wero to loave, nt 1 and 2,
respectively, for China nnd Aus
tralia via Honolulu.
Collnr Button Boxes,
Neck Tio Rings,
Neck Tio Clasps,
Shaving Cups and Brushes,
Shoo Horns nnd Hooks,
Nail aud Cuticle Knives,
Mirror, and Comb,
Bon Bon Boxes,
Paper 01 ips,
Hair Pin Casos,
Doutnl Floss Cases.
All in Sterling Silver some as Low as 50 Cents.
EL. F. WIOI-IMA.2ST.
A. Fine AHMortxntmt f .
Useful and Or nn mental Gooris,
at pxcoodiugly low prico3
Hand Bags, Ohateloins and Purses,
in alligator and seal and fancy leathor. .
I-Iand Run Lace, Scarfs and Collarettes,
in tho vory latest designs
Battenberg Lace Scarfs and lancy Tidies
with squares to match
Qui pure Scarfs and Emb. Toilet Sets.
A few choico pnirs of
Chenille and Two toned Satinette Portieres,
theBO tiro now and vory elejjnut.
Embroidered Doylies, Fine Damask Towels,
a most olaborato nBsortraout of
Ladies Embroidered Handkerchiefs. .
These aro absolutely and boyoud any quostion
of doubt, the best values iu the market.
Lace Bed Sets, Drawn Work Squares.
A. IVo-vv T,ot ot
At Prices tliat will Please All.
Don't . Forget . the . Little . Folks !
Cnshmcro and Silk Coats, Silk
Bonnets, elegant Mualin Embroid
ery Huts, fine Infant Dresses, Bibs,
etc , etc., etc., etc.
Our Big Doll Will Be
i i i
Presents its usual Holiday attractions in Novelties of the
Season for Young and Old.
RT Early buyers secure the cliolco of selection from tlia fined lined of 1S07 calendar
and Christmas curds.
ltumpp'H loiither roo(1h, holiday hoolsH ami hooWot, games for
parlor nuil Held, dolls of all sizes nnd kindiyloll oirria,'o, velo
cipedes, woRons, barrows, baby swing chairs, shoo lly nejters,
alphabet nnd building bloclis, rubbor toys, Iron toys, tin toys,
wood toys, mechanical toys, nictul nud china tea bets, rolls
crono Hhboo, (lower tlssno, whlto cliinu for p.iintliif, mamonro
nnd toilet sds, tr.ivellnK caHos, briwh heto, work boxeK nnd lm.
kots. plioto nuil autograph ulbumx, holiday papeteriei ami nta.
tionory, silver mounted inkdauds, dosk p.uls folilors, p.)iig:
cups, photo frames, etc .office nud packet diaries for lb97, with
ninny other articles that must bo Been to bo appreciated.
"A Word to the Wiso is Sufficient."
AUCTION - SALE - OF - PAINTINGS
13y D. HOWARD IIITOIIGOOK,
Monday, Deo. 521st, at lO. a. m.
Ct. At tho Art ltnoms of tlio
PA.OIFIC I-IA.KD-WA.nil CO.
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