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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU H. I, FJUDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1899.
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Now Stylos in Iridescent and Colored Glass,
EBONITE TOILET SET3 AND OASE3,
In Baskets, Bottles, and Bulk.
Now Odors, Now Styles.
tE WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE tothe peo
ple of Honolulu that we have a very choice and select
stock of goods suitable for Holiday Presents, consisting! in
Leather Goods, &c.
In Toilets, Manicure and Shaving Sets,
Perfumery in bottles; Sets and Cases.
Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King st.
(40 Selected ones for $3.00
Corner Hotel and
NEWFHRHITDRE DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY
You wiJI save 40 per cent by purchasing at the
I ZEE Li
-DRAWERS; BEDROOM SUITES,
CHAIRS, ROCKERS, 1CB CHESTS, RE
FRIGERATORS, BABY CARRIAGES,
WARDROBES, MIRRORS, BARBER
CHAIRS, FLAGS, Etc.
TS -i . T "V" T Nuuanu and King Streets.
Av? J.rV.J, S. W. LEDERBI Proprietor.
P. O. Box 635. Telephone 478.
A Splondid Consignment of Surroys, Pktotons,
Buggios; lload Carta, and Harnoss.
Speoially Selcotod for Local Requirements.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs
AXiL'raElA.VE THEIR ILLS.
REMEDIES MADlf BY JOHN FOTTIE & SONS,
Veterinary Surgeons of World-wide Fame, will
O'TJRB : THOSE :ILLS.
Money to Saved by Investing In Pottle's Remedies.
Black Oils. for Sprains, Gall Salve for Sore Necks, White Oils for Swollen Gland,
Green Lotion, great healing agent, Soothing Oils for Skin Eruptions,
Black umtmenr tor norses' reei,
Potfle Eye Salve for Sore Eyes,
Vermin Soap for Dogs, Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Shrubs and Trees,
This Is only a partial list; If you don't see what you want ask
- HT, Prop'r.
.FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
eiearic uns, a miia mister,
Agent fpr the Hawallin Islands,
Hood's Sarsaparllla Is prepared by ex
perienced pharmaclits of today, who bavo
brought to thqJroduct!on ot tbla great
mcdiolno the best results ot medical re
search. Hood's Sarsaparllla Is a modern
modlclne, containing just those vegetable
Ingredients which were seemingly In
tended by Nature herself tor the allevia
tion ot human Ills. It purifies and en
riches the blood, tones the stomach and
digestive organs and creates an appetite;
It absolutely cures all scrofula eruptions,
bolls, pimples, sores, salt rheum, and
very form of skin disease; cures liver
complaint, kidney troubles, strengthens
and builds up the nervous system. It en
tirely overcomes that tired feeling, giving
strength and energy In place of weakness
and languor. It wards off malaria, ty-
Ehold fever, and by purifying the blood It
eeps the whole system healthy.
Is the best-la faetthe One True Blood Purifier.
Bold by all druggiit. 11 1 six torts.
Hnnrl'c Dille"e all Mrer Ills and
I1UUU r HIS nick Headache. 3Se.
Hotels and Restaurants.
CIVIL SERVICE RULES
IN OUR RESTAURANT.'
It lias to. Our waiters are
trained to be civil, quick and at
tentive to our guests. Our chef
is unrivaled in preparation of dainty
and appetizing dishes. Everything
is scrupulously clean, everything
ss comfortable as we can make it.
And the prices are always in reason.
Home Bakery Cafe.
The Best Meal Cafe.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To be had tor tho monoy.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Beer and Vine Dealers.
IXFOIITBBB, AND WUOLEB1LI
'rVmo id Lipr Dealers.
Actdii lor the Bottle! Rainier Bcr of Status.
No. 19 NuuAun Street
Foeter Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
P.O. Bon ir. Mutual Telephone jo'.
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROOERB AN!
225 Queen utroet, Honolulu, Fl
.uDsoliuatefl Soda Water CoMP
:rnor Allen k Fori Ste., Honolulu
HOLLISTER & CO.,
J08 KING STREET.
G. J. TTaller, : : Managed
Wholesale and Rotail
BE8T OP MEATS.
Families desiring tender roasts,
Juioy steaks and chops should
cl on 'the
Central Meat Market
We make a specialty of family trade
and soil the best at reasonable
214 Nuuanu St.
M4 FORT ST.,
-near corner or uaniala Lett
Cleaning uti Reoalrtnt at Short Nolle,
ana In tho beet pooalMa mmaatt.
O. A. GEOTE '
MERCHANT : TAILOR,
fflntflAM mftrln rt riTil at a M.Mn.Vi
flAnt. fflntllAia nlnann,! wmalral !
dyed, Flrst-clawi work guaranteed. P.
v, uu& mu uuiuu Bireei, xjouoiiuii.
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APPEAL FOR THE BOERS
Tho following clrrtilnr was received
by llio llullotln by tho Inst mall, wllu
tho request to publish anil recclw
fiimls for tho widows nnd orphans of
AMERICAN TRANSVAAL FUND,
TO Aid Widows nml Oipbans of Docis.
In tho name of tho Africander Ilond.
on behalf ot the citizens of tho South
African Republic nnd their noblo nlly,
tho Oiangc Free Stnlc, 1 nppcal to all
Americans to show their sympathy
with tho bravo people who nro now, In
tho words of John Hancock, literally
ofTerlng all they have, all that tl.ey are,
nnd all that they hopo to be, upon tho
altar of their country, lighting to tho
death tho arrogance and Imposition of
tho great British Emplio, In order to
remain freo and Independent, nu did
our American forefathers In 177t nnd
1812. Thero will bo no Doer wounded
on tho DrltlBh-Amcrlcan hospital ship.
Send your subscriptions, small or
large, tothe newspaper which publishes
this appcai to forward tho snmo to mo,
nnd I will send tho amount to Mr. C. C.
do Vllllcrs, Capo Town, Hon. Treas
urer of tho Committee of tho African
der Dond, to be expended under the
following nppcal Just received br mo.
if fuller Information about tho Boer
question bo desired, "Tho Outlook"
pamphlet upon tho "War In South
Africa" will bo mnllcd upon receipt of
six cents in postage stamps.
OEOItOE W. VAN 81CLEN,
141 Uroadwny, New York City.
December 7, 1899.
. AN APPEAL TO Till. PUBLIC
Dear Countrymen: It Is In accord
ance with a resolution, unanimously
adopted at n meeting ot Africander
and Bond members of Parliament, that
wo address you ns follows:
Notwithstanding tho most strcnitocs
efforts mado by our clergymen, our
ministers, our party in Parliament, o'ur
Bond branches, and our mowen, by
means ot respectful petitions, rublic
meetings, nnd by other means to pre
scrvo tho invaluablo blessings of pcaco
In South Africa, the much dreaded war
has virtually broken out.
Her Majesty's forces will soon be
involved In a bloody war with the
burghers of tho Transvaal nnd tho
Freo State, whoarc one with tis In re
ligion, language, and descent
Thero aro but few Colonial African
ders who nro not bound to tho Inhaol
tnnts of both Republics by tics ot re
lationship, Intimacy or friendship.
This makes war still moro painful to
you and to us, and much moro calami
tous to South Africa than it would
It Is not our object to Inquire too
whom all thl3 misery and calamity
which await our country, owing to the
existing circumstances, are duo.
Enough acrimony exists without such
inquiry. Much moro does It befit us
to yield to tho overpowering Impulse
which Alls tho heart ot our pconlo with
a desire to do something In aid of our
kinsmen and friends beyond tho Orango
and vaal rivers, by giving It nn op
portunity to express Itself in some
legitimate manner In work nnd deed. ,
What may, what can wo Colonial Af
ricanders do In this sorrowful time?
Join In tho work of warfaro with tho
weapons? Tho law nnd our duty ns
British subjects forbid this, even
should other circumstances not oppose
such a course of action.
Bu twhnt neither tho law nor the
duty of tho subject forbids, nnd whut,
moreover, agrees In every respect with
all principles of religion and human
ity, is the offering ot help to tho
wounded, to tho widows and tho or
phans. If you aro In earnest In your expres
sions ot sympathy with your brothers
and sisters in those parts, you will
mako sacrifices in favor of thoso men
who will bo wounded or mutilated on
tho field of battle, nnd for the sako ot
thoso wives and children who will be
robbed ot their only support In life by
sword or bullet.
Wltn that object in view wo entreat
you to subscribe to tho appended Hut,
and to do so with unstinted liberality.
When the war Is concluded there will
bo hundreds, perhaps thousands, ot
widows and orphans left quite unpro
vided for, It Is chiefly on their bo
half that our party In Parliament np
pcal to you. Largo sums of money
HI bo needed to provide them, even to
a slight extent, with tho necessaries
Lot each one, therefore, contribute,
and not only a trlflo, as If it wero for
an ordinary matter, but to the utmost
ot his or her means; oven thougn ho
or sho should have to deny himself or
herself somo pleasure or other for a
long time to come.
Provision will be mado to prevent
the abuse ot your donations.
Mr. C. C. do Villlors has kindly un
dertaken tho duties of hon. treasurer
of tho committee.
Qlve liberally and speedily. Open
subscription lists In each district and
each field cornetcy, nnd appoint col
lectors to call upon each Inhabitant to
solicit contributions, so that nu person
Convinced that wo have not appealed
to, you In vain, and trusting that an
all-wlso Providence may beo tit speed
ily to tcrmlnato the calamity ot war
In South Africa, we Buba:ribo our
selves with duo respect your obedient
N. F. DE WAAL, M. L. A.
JOS. N. HOFFMAN, M. L. A.
J. H. HOFMDYR.
THOS. P. THERON, M. L. A.
D. J. A. VAN ZYL, M. L. A.
Plague or no plague, people
are bound to celebrate Aims.
The season of present-giving
and receiving is on us. If you
have not already done so, let a
picture be at least one of the
presents you make this year.
110 Hotel street.
Heal Estate and Insurance.
LIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
P'rt'euhr attention (Inn to purcbti and ! ol
Hawaiian Sugar Stock.
Loam Notlatt4. Eaitam anil Forties Stocki
403 California St.,
San Francisco, Cat.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
tW We will Bu or to . teal EeUtein
U parts ot the group.
Vf We will Sell Properties on Beuon
ble Commissions i
3FFICE, io west King street
Real Estate Broker,
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twelvo Chlnose CJrnnlto Hltchlnn
PcwU, $5 oacli.
Property In tows.
HOUSES TO LrTT.
Real Estate Transaction-
Subscribers ore famished with from fltt
o uti UbU per week, gWinR an oonnti
record ot oil deeds, mortgwes, leBe,r
.eases, powors ot attorney, etc, etc, whld
ire placed on record.
labscrlptlon l'rlco, 92.00 per MmU,
A. V. GEAR,
Jndd Building. Honotwltt.
F. W. THRUM,
ROOM NO. 10, 8PHECKEL3 BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
OHAS. j. eale:,
STOGE ANDBOND fiROOR
Merabor Honolulu Stock Exchange
Room 301, Judd Building.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OCTIONKKK AND BTOCK BKOKEU
Mo. IS (jneen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Satnte and FnrnUurci
Stock and Bond Broker
Member ol Hawaiian Stock Exchange.
Mclnomy Block, Fort Street.
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agent and Collector.
LlncolnjDlock, -, 639 King stroet.
itl Telephone 641.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Meaner ol the Honolulu Stock Exctiaaf,
Office Queen stroot, opposite Union
Telephone 50. P.O. Boa yix.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Member ol Honolulu Stock Exchange,
Telephone re. P. O. Boa m.
General Manager of '
The Iqnittble Life Assurance Society
Ot the United Btatei tor the BawaUta
Oman Merchant afreet, Hosslnlvi
HOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Oalce aol Merchant afreet Cannha't
P O. Carter aot&ce r O Boaioet
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & 60.
AGENTS FOR -
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of
r runcisco. If JMVi
Baldwin I.nrnmntlrn TOnV
Philntlolnhla. Putin TT a k.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Natleaajl
Cnno Shreddor),New York, V,l
N. Ohlandt & Co'a Chemical FertttF'
Alex. Cross & Sons, highTrMenB:
tillzera for Cano and Coffee.
Need's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALB J
rnramno Paint Co'a P. ft B. Pi
nnd Papers; Lucol and Lti
uns, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold water palat)'.
whltO and cnlnra.
Fltter Press Cloths, Cement,
and Bricks .
CASTLE & COOKB,
Th. Ca Dt...l. "-
J5 Wejelua Aploilrur'al Co . Lit.
The Kohala Sugar Co. ft J'
The Walanea Surar Mill Co.
noKoioaAtrlcultiiral Co. ai
The Fulton Iron Work, it. Louie. Mo. ;
The Standard OH Co7 v
The Geo. F, Blake Steam Pumpe.
Weston e Centrifugal!.
1!? Ne England Life Ineurance Co, of leitei
TI .'? F"? ,n- Co-0' 'ord Cow.
The Alliance Aiurance Co. of Londoa.
Agents for tho California and Orient
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. 0. Irwin, President nnd Manemr.
SlaJ? !P.r-ock.cl8 "VlcePresldent
S' AI,5,',?.ara' scond VIco Prosldemt
H. M. Whitney, Jr..... Trcos. and Bee
Qco. J. Ross ,, Auditor.
Him OV THM
OOIANIO STEAMSHIP C0MPAJ1
OF BAN FBANOIBOO. nAT
Queen street, Honolulu, H. I
cJLVn'it&.tf.SK? A-" SV
Co..'llonbmu Sur '. W. '..Y.".0 SD.P!
t'if , ,Tlne 5.n Ft r iKa Paclnej J hat. Brave.
4t Co.'a Line of Uoetn Packers otwwm
LIST OF OFFICERS
C. M. rVmVn l...t.l.ni. n n
Robertson. Mmn.. v -o tTj :
Troaaurer and Socrotary; Col. wTwi
Allen, Audit r, P. O. Jonet, H. Water.
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M. PHILLIPS ft CO..
WholMtJe Importers end Jobben 1
loropeu and American Dry m
o end Queen HtreeU.
H. H AOKPELD k CO., LW
mmi commission abeit:
Oor. Fort wnd Queen Btreeta
Honolulu Iron Works.OoI
Improved and modern BUQAR VA.
CHINERY ot every capacity and Jiv
scrlptlon mado to ordor. DoIIer work
and RIVETED PIPES for IrrlaetS
purposes a specialty. Particular atteaw
tlon paid to JOB WORK .and ntSn '
executed at shortest notice.
JOHN H. SOPER
Stock i Bond Broker.
110 Merchant Stroot.
B. M. DUNCAN,
Collector tnd Gmtral Intl.
Offlco 118 KaahuBianrl street.
Also prepared to take prden fa
A11I new In InM lnnJai A A -
uiiiuk iu tuff aULuua euia 1
Work promptly attended to.
umtoa mates uusuub Hdbm
Accountant, Searcher ot Ttttas
General Buslneaa Agent.
OFFICE: No. 15 Kaahumaa
Honolulu. Formerly A. Saaa's 1
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