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This is the SEASON
ico uispiay Attractive,!
Vol. Y. No. 1089.
t? Don't overlook
us when shopping.
taiSi I yo" do it may
mean much to you, on
three very important
Receipts of goods ex
"Australia" put the
.finishing touches on
our HOLIDAY Stock,
adding many items
strictly new and very
Glace Fruits (Townsend's),
Gruenhagen's Bon Bons,
Heinze's Celery Sauce,
" Sweet Pickles (new pack)
Fancy Apples, etc., etc.
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IN BEHALF OF TEACHERS
Are They Going to Lose the Benefits of
An Arrangement to Curtail the Christmas Vaca
tlon to Make Up for the Summer
Teaobors in country schools
bavo a grievance with regard to
tho Christmas vacation. It is und-
nrufrinrl flint flm !..... .r 1 1. -
summer bolidavn ban tn ha mn.ln'
goou wiiu nays taken oil tbo holi
days now approaching. Tho ex
tension waa on ftcnminf nt tlm
summer school for teachers those
who attended that institution,
boWOVer. llfivinn Iinrl Itmir vinii.
tion dostroyed as to recuperative
With tho Olirintmna unnnlinn
curtailed, many of the 'couutry
luuoucra win uo deprived ot its
bonefits. Steamor mnvumnnto nra
bo timed that the'teachers coming
iu iowu irorn sorao parts will have
to loavo for their schools a week
in advance of roopeningday. They
will only havo threo days includ
ing Sunday to do their littlo sbop-
Dini and SOD their frinnrlu linaiiloa
missing tho Now Year festivities
iu town altogether. To teachers
whoso homo circloH nro in FTnnnliiln
tho vacation will thus bo n hollow
pretence. Tho grievance is inton
sifiod from tbo fact thnr. innnlinrn
can only secure reduced fares by
returning to tuoir places in the
samo boat that brought them. In
some cases this means that it will
coBt the teachers each twenty dol
lars in naHuntra ninni.if nlnnn in ..
joy tho holidays in reunion with
It is llODod bv teachprn nnrl rlmir
kxiuunn iu IVUUOO UUUnU IUO UUU-
LETIN has beon requested to state
the case that the Commissioners
will at least adapt tho closing and
reopening dato to tho steamer
schodulos, in such a wy as will
givo tho toacbers tho utmost bone
fit from tho vacation. Thuro ought
to bo sorao arrougomont with tho
steamship companies, too.whoroby
return tiokots at reduced ratos.and
good for the most convenient boats
totoachors, should bo available.
Teachers in isolated country
places havo a droary time of it at
best, and thoy ought to bo givou
all the cheer that Ghristmnnfifln
w 11 r4 lf in Ttf l.l. If it. Y-
Tim WalmiHo lintel.
The Waianao Hotel at Waianae,
Oahu, is now open for the recep
tion of tho public. Thi is one of
tho finest rejorts on the Islands.
It is newly built and fitted with
all tho modern improvements.
Tho bathing is of tho best, tho
scenery inspiring, abounding in
mountain views. All trains to
Hud from Honolulu stop t the
hotel. Mr. Albert Tuogojil, well
and favorably known on tu Inl
ands, is tho proprietor of this to
oo most popular hostelry.
On Saturday, Decembor 17,
comtneuoiug at 12 o'clock in tho
afternoon Ivaumakapili church
will give a fair for tho benefit ot
church. Admission 25 conts. Tho
entortainmont should bo roost
liberally natrnniKari. Ron TCntv
Today on eighth pago.
Royal mike tbe food pure,
wbulefome and dtlkltaa.
NEWS In the Live Bulletin is Always in SEASON.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATUltDAY, DECEMBER 10,
FOR CHRISTMAS AT HOME
Last Contingent of First Hew York
Leaves in Scandia.
Carrying Away Good Opinions of Honolulu and
Loads of Curios Will Receive a Glo
rious Sendoff This Afternoon.
Tho remaining companios of tho
Now York Volunteers, H, M and
K, will leavo Honolulu in tho U.
S. T. S. Scandia this afternoon.
Tho timo of sailing of tho troop
ship is i o'clock, but it is vory
probablo that sho will bo delayed
a littlo beyond that Sho has taken
aboard 800 tons of coal and ex
pects to make a quick trip to San
It cannot bo imagined what a
cbango has como over tho boys in
tbo throe companies sinco thoy re
ceivod tho nows that thoy would
loavo for homo on the Scandia.
Uoforo that, they wero down heart
od, for it lookod vory much as if
they would havo to remain here
until the return Australia. With
their homos far away in tho oast
and ChristraaB so near, thoy felt
intenso disappointment and dis
couragement that they should be
tho ouob picked out to remain
hero. Now tho cloud has passod
and tho Scandia will carry away
threo companies of tho most jubi
lant follows that have ovor loft
Hawaiian soil. Tho best part of
tho whole thing is that thoy will
reaoh homo for Christmas.
xhorO IB. bowavor. n rnrarnl nn
the part of tho boya iu leaving
Honolulu. This sentiment, ex
pressed by ono of them this morn
incr. BDQnka fur ifRnlf- V nrn
tji a, - - - 'I w I4 1U
oxtremoly sotry' to leavo you, Vuit
we uro giau we are going homo."
Since tho nows roaohed tho men
that they wero in Ipnrn in tlm
Scandia. thov "loaded im" na U
wero on Ohriatmas goods for tho
loins ni nome. iivery man is now
nrovidod with n. tmnt nnrl Hir. in
terior of each ia a perfect curiosity
shop. Silk, laces, Hawaiian
souvenirs, cigars, dried mailo lois,
etc., make up but a email part of
tho articles thoy havo stowed
away. Tho Irmgard wharf this
forenoon was strewn with tin.
trunks of tho boys. To show that
tuey havo not much confidence in
tho "handlo with enm" mnn nt
tho steamor men they havo put
luuan in crates hko turkeys.
Each man has spent at loaBt S20
in tho O'ltv (Ilirillft tlin lnat tlirnn
days and many aro sighing that
they havo no raoro to Bpend.
Tho "aloha nui loa" to the boys
as thoy sail away this aftornoon
Will bo ono. it is Imnoil flmu will
long reraomber. The many friends
they havo mado during their stay
will bo down to boo thorn off niid
tho band will pky, among other
things, "Tho Girl I Loft Behind
itnln Coin rt.n rat, Area lie-
Kaneoho and Knilnn in Tf,wloi,
nOKO district llnvn rnfniVn.l n r,. ir.
fall of 2:20 inches tho past week.
It is hailed as a groat blossing by
J. P. Mondnnnn ia rrnttinr. .,n
well with tho draining of tho big
swamn fnr ih.n Trixinnl... !?..!.
Co. A heavy pump has beon pur-
uuuuuu io assist tno suporlluous
water to tho sea. This undertaking
will roolaim 700 acres of land for
It is roraored that Mr. Mon
donca is about clearing ground at
iuo ioot. or tno jmuu ,n i pall. This
win ouor n cnanc9,tur somo ontor
prisiug man to exploit a delightful
picnic ground close to Oahu'a
yreat scenic road.
Tho Itoad over tlin nnli in lir
ginning to showsignsof woarfrom
uroBion anu trauio. rooplo who
trnvnrnn Hint liinlinn,, diinl.r ti.n
stitch in time that saves nino.
Mv TTnnnlnln T.nlln ia n nmrn.
nion nioco to My Hnnnlnln T,i.(lw
It is bv the snmn nntlinr nn1 fnr
saio oy tno iiorgstrom Music Co.
Step in and try it on ono of tho
MUSIC MAKES GLAD HEARTS
Sister Marianne Writes of the Hew
The Girls of (lie Bishop Home "Gay as
uuiieruies urautude to All
The following letter occompa
nied by a formal expression of
thanks to tho pooplo of Honolulu
signed by a committee from tho
Bishop Homo, has been received
by Wray Taylor who was bo ao
tive in raising funds for tho
BlsllOD Homo ninnn. Mr Tnln,
gives tho lettor publicity bb tho
uAiJu-ooiuuu ot gratitude aro morit
ed by aud iutnndnd fnr nil ,in na
sisted in tho good work.
Bishop Home, Kalaupaiw.Molo
kai, Dec.8, 1803.
Dear Sir: Our girls aro vory
happy and ns gay n8 buttorfiios,
thoy considor tiiomBolves lucky
girls to havo such a fine piano for
thoir ubo. Thoy havo sent a little
noto of thankn in vm, T il,nl. .,.,..
on the name of all for making our
fuiuueu bo nappy, jl nopo at tho
next jJonrd of Health visit you
will como uud hoar thom play.
Ihero is nothing in the world that
makes thorn so happy as music
does, thoy sooni to forget all thoir
troubles. Winln'nn vir, ..n,l .11 il...
troocl neonlft wlm dnun (ni.., n.
on tho concert for our Christmas
benofit, a vory Merry Christmas
and a Happy Now Year, I romain
Groatfully and rospectfully,
Tho following communication
explains itsolf fully:
British-Amorican Linn fi s
Docembar 9th., 1898.
Capt. Bergor, Bandmaster, City.
Dear Sir: Kindly accept tho
thanks of passengors nnd com
mander of tho Garonno for favor
iDg us with that beautiful tune
Which Was BO roll nlnvnrl I,., -.,..,.
bond. It is ono of tho finest
pieces wo havo ever hoard and wo
thoroughly oniovnd il. unninn
ww - - 1AWWMIU
to moot you ono of thosodays when
I will bo ablo to thank you in per
son, I am,
0. G. Coniiadi,
Cantain Di.minnnli,,n u
Tho tUDO Crmfnin Pnnrn.i: .
forrod tn in Ilia nnfn ,i.nc ii A !!.
Vo which ho askod for parlicu-
uny uunng tno progress of tho
band concert at tho hotol, Thurs
day ovoning. Not being oblo to
givo tho narao, ho whistled tho
tuno and tho band did tho rest.
Hawaiian U T Johnson, E
Itawley, Manila; Ohas E Wood
ruff, wifo and son, San Francisco:
O H Walton, wifo and son, Pa
Arlington Mrs Fred A Jacobs,
,8C0Vt? Wortbinton, Kahuku;
Win H 8m th. A H 1i.nr.iiai, Ar '
nila; Maggio Inksotter, Jamos
Whn th very txst Bicycle rroJuceJ In Anerlc l
quoted at Jjo, you miy "b jute that rock bottom lu
been reached. I venture to predict that an end has
come to those annual reductloni that have so de moral
ised trade Only the rtnest ol equipments, with rleld
economy of min3P,m.nl rn nrr..tu. c.ik . H.n..i
ol cheapness as a standard American Ulcycle at the
prices quoiej in advance lor "o. Do not look for any
more sweeolnp reductions. r-ntii mn.t h.... i.i.
returns, and the American artlian will have good
A few more second hand Hike t c. .icn w-.u
Guaranteed D'cyctes at $joj only a few led.
Ulcycles kept In running order and punctures re
paired at $i per month, Repairs for all Bicycles at
unikLI 3 tlUNULULU tycLERY
NEW WELL-BORING OUTFItItHE ISSUES ARiTdMWM
Messrs. Jensen and Pinkham are
Associated in the Enterprise.
Several Plants' Coming With Expert Borer
Operations Will Begin on Big Walalua
Carl Jonson & Co. is a new
With Mr. Jonson, tho exporionc
ed contractor, is associated Mr.
Pinkham. Who omntnri Mm nnnl-
handling plant of tho O. It. fc L.
TllO firm will rennivn iln firaf
boring plant by tho Australia due
on tue aist inst. As soon as it
can bo transferred to tho place,
operations will begin at boriog
wens on the Waialua plantation.
Othor plants will be added later.
All of tho machinery has boou
selected by an export well-borer
who has had sixteen years of ox
perionco at tho ImainpRa in 1'onn.
Bylvania and Indiana. This man
win havo chargo of tho compiny'B
0inluir of tli Fnmlly Thrafr Thla
All tlin W'nrlil'rt n. utatrn mid ,i,nn n.i.l
women moruly nutorH.tiliukuiiiunro.
Tonight marks nn opooh in the
theatrical history of Now Houo
lulu. It is tho nnoniiHr nf tlin
Orpheum, T. V. King, lesieo.
Mr. Kiug promises an enter
tainment iustruotivo and amuBiog
a first-class vaudeville perform
anco nothing occurriug to mar
iuo oupuouiousnoBB ot family oo
joymont or jar llro seuBibllltieB of
ihoso oudowod with foolinga too
The Ornhoum ia Innntpd nnnr
Fort and Borotania streots. The
building was built for theatrical
purposes and will seat comfort
ably 700 people.
Tho program tonight will bo a
medley of attractions. Ella Dun
bar will sing tho latest topical
songs. Henolo will pirouetto for
tho edification of tho audionco.
Miss Itosa tho vocalist, with J. F.
Post and Meay Ashley will ap
pear in n sparkling skotch. Tho
Comedy Muldoou's Picnic will bo
Tho orchestra will bo under tho
leadership of L. M. Polacheck.
An entiro ohango of program
will bo givon twico a week. Ad
mission 25 conts; resorved chairs
IIOAU NUl'KllVIHOIt lf.U
Work Ilrlnsr Comluctvtt liy limit Luna
Unuitle a Ulirrront l'olnle.
W. H. Cummings has been con
fined to his houso with illness for
tho past two or threo woeks. Ho
is now improving and it is hoped
may bo out tho first of tho woek.
In tho meantime, tho atreot work
is being nroporlv attended to un
der tho supervision of tho experi
enced head lunn, Mr. Goudio.'
Manoa road, that has proved a
difficult job owing to hard rock
oxcavations, is recoivinc its top
coating of macadam and sand.
Iuo road will bo commoted beforo
A cane of nrisouers is eneacod
grading Spencor avonuo.
Work on ltivor Btreot is pro-
grossing, itivor wall and road
way will form a uuo combination
of skilful construction when com
Ward I. Eaton, ono of tho ro
turning boya in bluofrom Manila,
waB a classmate at Brewer's Aca
rlomy, San Mateo, California, of
I'rinco uupiu ana Thos. P. (Jum
mins. Sinco tho arrival of tho
Scandia ho has beon entortaiued
and chaperoned by Mr. Cummins.
Eaton is taking homo a load of
war relics, but has dropped sorao
to hifl Honolulu friouds. Dr. W.
T. Monsarrat comes in for tlio
sword of a Spanish officer. This
aftornoon Mr. Eaton will refresh
bitnsolf at tho Kalihi luau fa the
renewal or. mo voyogo nome.
L What More Attrac-v
ftive Than a DispltiyJl '
UvAd. in the Live JUL- 7
LETIN? - - - - J
Piuoe 5 Gents.
Collector and Inspector Cite Authority,
Under Which They Act.
Reply or Chinese In Restraint of Llberly-Tber
Deny the Authority and Plead that An
nexation Is Not Retroactive.
Collector General McStocker
and luspector Brown yesterday
filed a return to tho writ of habeas
corpus petitioned for by nino Ghi
ucso who arrived in tho stoBmor
City of Peking. Iu brief thoir
answer is that thoy hold the peti
tiooors iu restraint from entering
tho Hawaiian Islands under tho
authority of tho Chineso exclusion
law and regulations of tho United
A replication to tho return was
filed tbis morning on behalf of
petitioners by thoir attorneys, J.
Alfred Magoou, It. D. Silliman
and ItobrtBou &. Wilder. The
"That neither tho United States
Statute rHlnlinrr in il, ; :
gration of Chineao into tho Uuitod
uirsicauur iuo regulations ot tho
United Slates Treasury Dopart
mout respecting tho oxclusiou of
Chineso have been extruded to tho
Hopublic of Hawaii, nor havo
they any forco within said Itopub
lie "That neither tho said F. B.
McStocker nor tho said J. K.
Brown havo ony authority to on
force said BtHtutoj aud regulations
within tho liepublie of Hawaii,
nor havo they or either of thom
any logal authority to restrain said
potitiouorB of their lihurty.
"That safd petitioners nn"(i onuh
of them nro bona fide, holdors of
Permits or llnnnmnnta ....i.-it:....
them to land in tho Bopublio of
Hnwnn iLlii,l, it,..rn ..... i i.ii
; i "". nriu lonuuu luiuom
prior to the annexation of said
Republic lo tho United States of
America, on tho twelfth day of
"That said permits or docu
ments have never beon revoked or
cancoled and aro utill in (u force
and effect; anil that tho said an
iioxation of said Itepublio to tbe
United SlateB did not and was not
intended to have any retrospective
Another writ of habeas comus
was issued yesterday on behalf of
Chineso arriving in tho steamor
Gaelic and refused poi mission to
t Nesva or llir Y. .11. O. A.
F. It. Fairohild will load the
men's i meeting in the Y. M. O. A.
hall buuday afternoon.
Tho Board of Directors will
come togethor for their regular
monthly mooting .Monday night.
The temporauito committeo is in
session iu tho association hall this
im m m .
Coul !.', llMth.
Wnllnr Pmro 1 .
tho Scnndia, died at tho Military
hospital yesterday. Dr-coasod con
tracted erysipelas on tho trip from
Manila. Powers was a native of
Tho three prisoners for Mare
iBlatid will bo taken aboard thu
Scandia flora the polico station
Highest Honors World's Fair..
dold Alednl, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEAPS "'"", TANDARB
,i i m im.-waacc Bea