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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tliu buk closed tit uoou today.
An oflico in (o lot nt 207 Mer
Tho Monowai will inako ono
inoro round (rip before being re
tired. All Government offices and
courts nro closed today on accouut
of the funeral.
Tho postponed Now Year's
danco comas off this oveuing at
Deputy Colloctor McStocker
left on tho Mauua Loa this morn
ing for Maaluea bay.
Medeiros & Decker liave a
"maiden fairo" to extol their fine
tailoring in this paper.
Tho steamer L'hua takes 250
Japaneso for Spreckelsville plan
tation to Kahului tonight.
TJiroe ChiiiPHrt wore hauled in
by the police this morning for
having chofa tickets in possession.
A contemporary says a "coolio"
dog has been lout. It will prob
ably bo found n ono of tho plan
tations. Ed. A. Williams, undertaker
and ombalmor, announces in this
paper his removal to 516 Fort
Henry Vurley, tho faraod
ovaugohst, and wife wore passen
gors for Sau Francisco in the
Mrs. H. S. Trogloan and son
loft on tho Monowai last night for
an extended visit to relatives at
The Uollister Drug Company
aro selling a positivo specific for
the epidemic of coughs among
horses. Prico 50c. a bos.
Rev. John Leadingham will
preside at tho meeting at tho
Christian Church touight and
speak on "Homo Missions."
Rev. Jas. Alexander arrived on
tho Monowai yesterday and will
stay over about two weeks visiting
his brothor, Professor Alexnndor.
Consumers of coal for all steam
purposes will find it to thoir ad
vantage to consult tho advertise
ment of the Inter Island Steam
Kroeger Pianos, sweetest in tone,
Jas.W. Borgstrom, solo agent, cash
or installments. AVarorooms at
G. WeBt's, Masonic Templo. Of
fico at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. EST" Tolc
"For God so loved the world
that Ho gave His only begotton
Son, that whosoever belioveth in
Him should not perish but have
overlusting life," will be the theino
tonight at tho Methodist Episco
Miss Nolto has resumed hpr
Ceramic Classes ot Room G, nliovo
Win. G. Irwin & Co, Clashes on
Monday 9 to 12 a. in. aud 1 to !
p. in., Wednesday 1 to -1 p. m ,and
-Friday 9 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 4 p.
m. Privato lessons exra.
Post oflico employes aro out of
luck today. Ordora woro givou
to close the office on account of tho
funoral, but the employes had to
bo on hand to dispatch thoMauna
Lou's mail this morning and the
Kiuau conies in this afternoon.
If you want a nico lunch and a
cool glass of sparkling Seattle
beer to wash it down, go to tho
Anchor Saloon. No placo in
town will cater to your wants in a
more artistio manner than genial
Paddy Ryan and his assistant A.
There wan a short mooting of
tho Board of Education yesterday
afternoon, but tho proceedings
were linimportant. D. F. Sanford
was appoiutod mechanical in-'
struotor of tho Roforin School, G.
13. Sturgeon assistant at Papaikiu
and a numbor of salaries wero
Mr. Drydou, Now Zoaland mail
agent in tho Mouowai, oxpocts
shortly to bo promoted to land
duty m tho postal sorvico of his
country. Ho likos the sea bettor
but on land will bo in tho way of
furthor promotion. Mr. Drydeu
will bo missed on board aud all
along tho lino by mauy frionds
fjaiued through his pleasant man
nor DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Ak Your Grocer For It.
UNION FEED CO., Sole Agents.
It was noaily 0;IiO lust evening
boforo the Mouowni got away.
Mnuagor C. L. Wight of tho
Wilder Steamship Compauy left
for San Francisco on the Mouo
wai last night. j
TheCalpdouian 8ocioty of San
Francisco has got money to burn,
and is going to invest some of its
surplus in a monumont to Robort
Thoso who shoot for the honor
of Hawaii tomorrow will havo the
ohanco to shoot for a dinner for
themselves as well. Seo what
Colonel Fisher offers in anothor
The Nippon Yuson Kaisha
steamer Sakura-maru sails this
afternoon at i o'clock for Yoko
hama. W. G. Irwin & Co. aro tho
agents, to whom applications for
froight and passage should bo
New YcnrN lljuice.
This oveuing tho danco urrang-
ol for Now Year's Evo, but post
poned on account of the weather
comcB off at Independence Park
j wet or dry. From tho careful
and energetic preparations mado
by tho committee, it is bound to
bo an occasion of supremo enjoy
ment. Music will bo furnished
I by tho Hawaiian. National Quin
totto Club, whoso mombers will
givo their most popular songs
botwoen dances, liusses will con
voy passengers to and from tho
pavilion at 25 cents apicco, leav
ing Fort and King streets outward
at 7:30. One of tho vehicles will
take a route by way of Fort,School,
Emma and Bcrehinia streets.
Wronir Xmuo l'rlnted.
A. F Modeiros was not present
at the Mystic Lodge installation,
as noted in tho report, ho not
bwng a nv mbor of tho order. His
lvnmi' was inadvertently given to
J P. R drignes, who iHa K. of P.
nod ws' piooont. Both gentle
men boing knights of tho artorial
guild, tho association of ideus in
the reporter's mind was deflected
N xv LmiiIIui; from Bark
- "B. P Clifuey." . .
Best South Yorkshire
Hard Steam Coal
J&ST'Hulliilile for all Steam pur
pots. TIiIk Coal Is alo u favorite for
In qituntltleft to suit.
2340 Lbs. to the Ton!
CBT Full WelRbt guaranteed. De
livered free to any part ot the city.
Steam Navigation Conip'y
"Where Can I
Get thea n-
Hotel St., Robinson Blk.
Any Style Manufactured.
Highest o( all in Leavening Strength. Latest V. S. Gov't Kcport.
Drtt' I R
Cures tho racking cough, rcliovcs
1 the soreness and overcomes tho
weakness and lassitude.
For warding off pneumonia,
bronchitis, consumption and
other dangers that follow this
insidious disease, thousands of
physicians in every hind testify
1 that cod-liver oil is tho most
I " Food-Emulsion is as palatnblo
as milk. It contains also tho
valuablo hypophospliitcs of Limo
King and Fort.
ylticfidii Sates by W. S. Luce.
By order of Mrs. W. H. Smith, i
hIiii'I soil nt my Auction
On "MONDAY, Jan. 18, '97,
AT 12 O CLOCK NOON,
1st. Vnlnnblo nifco of land on
Aliiiiku sido of Borotunia streot
ol(bo to lenidencK of T. It. Lucns,
Efq., huviug i frontngo on Bero
tania stioot of 101) foot and run
ning through to Kinim street 290
feot with a frontage of 100 feet on
Kinim stroLt Tliero are tlneo
lioines on the property bringing
in a yearly rental of SGOO-and
room for more dwellings.
2 Vnlnnblo Iloiiiostead on Ala
pai street, onriior Q uirry and
Lunalilo stioots, ono block from
residoneo of J. F. Hnckfold, Esq ,
ut pro'ioiit occupied by V. E.
Nichols, Ksq. Tho House is uow
with most nv dorn improvements
aud appliances, Elog.intly finish
ed. Cathedral and plate glass
throughout, something novel and
3 Moat vulunblo property on
Fort street adjoining High School
grounds with 2 fine dwellings on
same, i.lways occupied and com
manding fine rentals owing to tho
nearnoss to tho city and unequal
od locality, boing on high ground
and drained to tho street.
This is undoubtedly tho finest
offer made to tho public for soma
timo pnst, giving anyono u chnuce
for a Town or Suburban residouco,
or a spcoulator a surety of himd
somo returns on his investments,
especially as tho localities aro of
tho host and nono other availablo
in tho vicinities. Insurance) is pre
paid on all buildings for 2J years
to como and Water rates to July
l?t. Titles period.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars, apply to
W. S. LUCE,
Notioe to the Public
Tho public Is hereby notified that A.
L. Morris la no lunger ennuuoted with
the Wash I n ft to n Feed Cumpauy, and
therefore not entitled to receive or re
ceipt for monejH due Hut eimiimny.
8. LOW DEN,
Proprietor Washington Feed Co.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 7. 1897. G01 3t
You ought to seo uiy best
follow. Ho just got a
Now Suit of Clothes from
Mectoiros & Decker,
The Hotel Street Tailors.
The fit is something fine. No,
it's not chnnco, Medeiros &
Dftkev always give a good fit.
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j. T. WATERHOUSE
A great deal of tho cargo
of the J. C. Glado was for us
and the vessel should have been
hero before Christmas. Wo ex
pected tho goods for tho holi
days and they failed to arrive.
What's the result? A big lot
of goods which should havo
been sold. We lose the profit
rather than carry them over
WHTTE SEMI -PORCELAIN
WARE, in now shapes.
DINNER WARE, in sets
CUPS and SAUCERS,
Go to you at a third off
what you would pay if the sale
was reguhir. Tho head winds
which hopt tho vessel from
reaching Honolulu weeks bo
foro hc did, wero ill winds to
us and favorable ones to you.
CHEAP JAPAN WARE,
TUMBLERS and GLASS
Arc yours for tho asking
and a minimum of coin to bind
tho bargain. This is not a
clenranco salo but ono to en
able us to make room for tho
goods yot to arrive
J. T. WATERHOU
Notice Is hereby given that VII
Ham Int; Kook Iibh given u power of
attorney to the undersigned to collect
rents nml transuot IiIb general bunl
ne49 duiing Ills absencH from Ilnno
lulu. INQ LEONO.
By a local wholesale Urin a young
man with good references as ussIMiuit
bookkeeper and to do general olllco
work, niustlnivobiul practice bimlneas.
Address "A; 1$.," this olllce. 501 3t
ALL WOOL DRESS GOODS!
N. S. SACHS'
520 Fort Street
All Wool Dress Goods
Double, width, in solid colors, stripes and checlcs for
35 Cents a Yard,
Marked down -from GO ar.d 75 ants.
FOR OiSTF SW TCK ONLY.
ED. A WILLIAMS,
(Successor to C. E. Williams, H. H. Williams & Co.
and Williams Bros. .
Undertaker and Embalmer,
516 Fort Street.
&" Tolephono 179.
Hints For Your New Year's Shopping-
Koy Rings, .
Court Piaster Cnsos,
Postage Stamp Cases,
Billiard Guo Ghalkors,
Pocket Cork Scrows,
Collar Button Boxes,
Neck Tio Rings,
Neck Tio Clasps,
Shaving Cups anil Brushes,
All in Sterling Silver
Main Office Toleplioue No. 03. V. O. Hox No. 222 Ilranch Olllco Tolcphono'No. 833.
Oaho Lumber aod Builciing Co., L'd.
Lumber Mei:chaRtsr Qoutractors & Builders.
Doors, Sashos, Paints, Oils, Buildors' ILirdwaro, AVall Papors and
Matting, Kto. Mauufaoluio A 1 Kinds cf Moulding.
lla!o Office Leleo, Kiug Htrect. Unnch Olllc nnil Planing Mill, cornor King and
Dethol utreotD, Lumber Vurdx, Lvlco nml Lot uvar It. Jt. DetKit. l'rivntu truck connect
ln -with O. It. & L. Co. K. It. runs throuuli our Minis to It. It. wburt an j udv twrt of
Kwu and Walnnne stations.
CHARLOTTE II, PftRMELEE,
TBACIIEK OK THE
403 220 Beretanla" Streot. lm
Antono Seabury Is nnlliorizcil to collect
nil nccounts duo mo.
IDS-lw II. O. UIAltT.
Night Telephone 815. "J
Shoo Horns And Hooks,
Nail and Cuticlo Knivoa,
Clothes Brush, ',
Bonnot Brush, ' "
Mirror, nnil Comb,
Embroidery Scissors, ,. ,
Mauicuro Scissors, - -
Flusks, . ,
Bon Bon Boxes, 'V -
Cologno Bottles, "-;, ""
Atouiizorp, ." j -
Caleinlora, , ,
Paper Clips, ;''"'
Meulhol Inhalers, ' . "
Hair Pin Cases,
Duutul Floss Casos.
somo as Low as 50 Cents.
LYLE A. DICKEY,
11 Knnlimnami Street.
Telepliono No. (!S2. 403-Om
MARY PUBLIC ani TYPEWRITER
OKriesi 203 Morchunt Btroet, dnii)blf
Dlook rear of J. O. Cuttoi' pfflcej. V, O.