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rrn KViixrxc. rur.f.ii-ny; .Honolulu, h. l, Monday, January i. moo.
A j-hing of
Beauty Is A
x Just arrived per S. S. Aus
tralia a grand display of assort
ed silver-ware viz.:
. Fancy Berry Dishes,
Celery and Pickle Stands
Ice Tubs, Ice Water Pitchers
(with or without Filters,)
Fancy Card Receivers,
Individual Salts, Peppers and
Mustard and Napkin Rings.
We desire to call
The Prince of
A great variety of Rodger's
; celebrated silver plated ware
Desert and Tea Spoons,
Just the thing for Christ
inas and New Year presents.
yf rease t.ui ujiu c.aiiiiiic iui
yourselr. Lowest mat ket piice
v ess 10 nr cent tor ca.sn.
The Hawaiian Hardwaie Co.
Pert street opposite Spreckels' Bank.
SL, No shop-worn goods on the coun-
tens ol merchants who advertise in
.... Consumes not more than
a half of the carbide consumed by
.... Uneipinlled for brilliancy of
light and simplicity of construction.
WHITMAN & CO.,
Sole ARents for the Hawaii. Island?.
Bole AEents for SHANNON FILING
CABINETS AND DOCUMENT FILES.
See the KAPID ROLLER COIMER
best in the world.
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Safety Document I-ile Boxes like cut.
Many other Rood things, call and sic
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
1 1 For the Holidays
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
For rough sailor bats, rlblioiw, etc,
try Mrs. Itnnnn, fort Btrcot.
The Iroquois had her pcarihllKht
woi Icjng for pevcril hours lavt Jilght.
Uoardor's and livery rlgi delivered
and called for at oil hours. King Street
Dr Sinclair will resume practice on Jan.
,i 5lh. on School street. See char fcc of ad.
on pace 8. ,
Most of the vettcla In pott aro i
gala attire today. It would bo hard to
say which Is the htt t decorated.
DIAMONDS bought before the Boer
war to bo sold at low figurcii. GEO.
HAFjFNfitt, Manufacturing Jeweler.
Football same between tho till Ar
tillery and T(nn teams sit 3 c clock
this afternoon on tho Oaliu Cullcgo,
grounds. Admission 2.r cents; Oilldron
Tho Sunday ecrvlcen at nil Uk,
churches yesterday wero vciy T.wll at
tended. There vaa excellent, inuulc at
Central tJnlca church and St. AndrcwY;
Tho Claudlnc brought tho following
freight from Mant ports' this mtrnlnp:
G2 shs potato, 152 lw corn ."iui 70
likrjB sundries. itaridcsjtMs tli'H were
3 hoiscs and 3 ovg.
Amonu the plranant nvcniv 'f yea1
terday was a picnic given by "fJr. and
MrB. MtOrow at their country om I
In AIca to 'eight or ten friends -who '
went down in tho laorning tra). .
Walter A. I.owrio ahd bride arrived
In tho Claudlno ttito ruornlnE, but will
bo unable to go to tho States on their
honeymoon trip just now as the Uong
konf Mnru U tr.hlng no pniicogora
Among the passencora from Maul
ports In tho Claudlno this mcrnlni;
wero tho following: Mrs. A. da Bret
teville, II. Fernandez, J. F. May, P.ev.
I). It. l.nlillnM. r Y-tknam and A.
i ASTORIA. J
Style, : Comfort : and : Neatness.
AN BLBGANT SOFT VICI KID BALMORAL ,','jji
FOR 84.00-ONB OF THE NEW POPULAR- '-'1
PRICED SHOES : : : : :
.. Per the Ubt Australia, we received a grand line of new styles in
Men's, Women's and Children's.
Just in season for the Holiday trade.
The Children's White Canvas Slippers, Alert's House Slippers, and
Ladies' Evening Slippers, are especially nice, and are selling readily.
Our stock is complete.
We are In position to fit you.
M'INERNY SHOE STORE.
NBW NEGRO LABOR SCHEME.
Montgomery, Ala., Dee. 21. J. 0.
Lcftwlcb, an Intelligent negro and
Federal receiver of public money lu
Alabama, Is now on his way to tho
Hawaiian and Samoan Islands to In
vestigate tho conditions thcro with
reference to tho proposed migration of
Southern negroes. Ho goco as the
agent ot his raco and of a large sugar
producing syndicate which haB mado
substantial investments there.
Tho synilcato ha3 experimented with
native labor, with Chinese nnd Japan
ese, jhni -without good results, nnd has
decided that tho Southern negro wilt
suit Its purposes. Lcftwlch, enjoying
as ho docs tho respect and confidence
ot his race, was selected as a proper
person to Investigate tho proposed
scheme. Ho states that tho plan con
templates tho rcmovnl of many thou
sands of negroes to the Island
Tho coroner's InqucBt In tho 'if
the denth of .loo Dorgcss turned In a
vrrdlcl ot accidental death nt the con
clusion ot their dellbeiatlons Satuid.ty
afternoon. Howevor, Dannvltz, tin
young man In whoso hands tho kuoi
gun was when the l'ortugucso boy vn
killed, wan held for manslaughter In
the II rat degtee. Hall lu tho sum of
$1,000 was fixed nnd tho amount fit.-nlshed.
Aguinst Kapiolunl Entntc.
A suit for ejectment and 20,003 dam
age in each inttanco has been
brought against tho Knplolaul c3tato
by Mrs. M. H. Atebcrley, Mrn. Allco
Mnhufra Spencer, Hcbccca Klnimata
and SI. J'erclval Klnlmaka by their
guardian, Sirs. M. II. Atcherley Tho
land in litigation la ouc plot at Ilonua
knha, Honolulu, corner of Punchbowl
and au Ahupuaa at Onoullmaloa,
Molokal. Tho JlrM nut will be heard at
the June term, the f.ccond at February
. . . ,
FiSty Pianos From $250.00 Up.
One Slightly Used Piano, - - - $150.00.
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO..
BELLS! BELLS! BELLS!!
The Parting Knell for the old and the joy bells of
I the New Year will soon ring out ! Ladies requiring dresses or
millinery suitable for the coming season don't forget that
MISS KILLBAN takes the lead for style and fashion.
The Manicuring and Halrdressing De
partment is unequaled for artistic work. '
' Call in and see us at the new stores,
MISS M. E. K1LLEAN,
208-207 Motel etroct.
Wniltitai Baseball Invlnclhlcs.
Wailuku, Dec. 30. An exciting game
of baseball took placo at lAhalna
Christmas day btt7;ecn tho Lahnlnn
and Walluhu nines:. Tho Wnllutiu nlno
again added another link to lis long
line of victories. A very large number
of the Labalna resldenla turned out to
give cheer to their homo team
Walliiku W. II. CoTiiwcll, Jr., p;
Ceo. II. Cummlngs, c; Hd. Montgom
ery, lb; Win. Edmonds, 2b; Chas.
Bailey, 3b; J. MoUieha, If; Kaknlla,
rf; Oploplo, cf; Wm. Morris, bu. La
halna. Kaluaklni, p; Kanevaole, c;
Win. r. Kuac4 lb; llatry, lib; I,ono, 3b;
Phillip, If; Kuamvi, rT; Kau Wana, cf;
P. 1'. Itosccraus ss.
SCORE BT INNINGS.
Wallul.u 1. 7 ! 7 D I J C 31
Lahalna 2300111 314
Umpire A. N. HajHo'lden; Bcoror, 12.
II. Hogecs. Tho ninth Inning was not
Ladies' and Men's FURNISHINGS
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD
Are You Having
Done at Home?
Then It will pay you to purchase one of the famous "St. Louis" WASHING
MACHINES from Dlmond & Co.
You can find at our store all the necessary articles that go with It, such as
WrlpRers, Tubs, Flatlrons, Clothes Lines, Cloth Pins, Ironing Boards, Self-Washing
pur Washing Machine Is so simple that a child can work it.
jTheR. P. Rithet will bring us another lot of "Jewel" Stoves for coal or wood,
aIso"'Standard" Blue Flame Wlckless Oil Stoves.
AVe have also on the way another carload of "Gurney" Kefrlgerators, all sizes.
W. W. Dimond & Co , Ltd.
! Importers of Crockery and G'ass and House FurnlshlrK Goods.
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SAN FRANCISCO CALIF.
The liullctin, 75 cents per month.
I ami dally opeeSeg up goods
purchased by myself which are
well worth your Inspection.
The. assortment comprises
Dress Goods, Laces,
And everything in our line that was eyer shown here!
E. W. JORDAN,
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