Newspaper Page Text
V i X
4 1 i
A Thing of
Beauty Is A
VW l w ;7 .-
jQst 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.
A great variety of Rodger's
celebrated silver plated ware
Desert and Tea Spoons,
'" Just the thing for Christ
mas' and New Year presents.
Please call and examine for
yourself. Lowest market price
less 10 per cent for cash.
The Hawaiian Hardw&ie Go,
Port street. opposite Spreckels' Bank
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters oi merchants who advertise in
Gram - o -
SOLD ON BASY PAYMENTS
COME AND HEAR THBM
THE BEB6STB0M MUSIC CO.'S,
Progress Block, Fort St.
To Make Room for New Stock,
Bargains to be had in Elegant Silk
Waists and Skirts, Underwear,
riillinery, Feathers, Ribbons, &c.
ALL GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
' MISS M. E. KILLEAN.
Halrdressln'g and Manicuring Parlors.
Arlington Block, 205-207 Hotel St.
THE CALCIUM RING.
Repairing a Specialty.
WHiTMAN & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Sole Agents for SHANNON FILING
CABINETS AND DOCUMENT FILES.
Seethe RAPID ROLLER COPIER
best in the world.
Safety Document File Boxes like cut.
Many other good things, call and see
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Archer from San Francisco Iscff
There Is a lorelgn ship off port as the '
liulleilii goes to press.
There was ho session of tho Hoard
of Health this forenoon.
Tho band will play nt 2 o'clock to
""tow afternoon at Camp Jonuu, Ku
llhl. 'iho Northern Lieut with a load of
liny Is nlongsldo tho Kinfaunn at Bre
T. II. Mossnian, real estate agent and
searcher of titles has his business card
In New Today.
Stockholders of tho Inter-Island
Telegraph Co., Ltd., will meet Tuesday
afternoon. Sec New Todny.
Mr. Patrick Lano Is no longer autho
red to traiinact nny business im bo
half of Mrs. K. K. Pratt. See Now To
There nro nine tables In tho eating
shed of tho drill shed camp, nt which
288 people are served with meals nt n
Mrs. S. M. Damon yesterday sent a
gross of states and pencils to tho drill
sued camp for the entertainment of
A. D. Loebcnstcln entertained tho
captain of tho U. 8. H. Palhltndcr nt
a pot luncheon nt his homo In Illlo last
Tho schooners Allco Kimball and
Golden Gate will get awuy this after
noon if possible, ono for Kihel and tho
other for Kaunakakal.
Chester Doyle has provided a tug-of-war
platform and a wrestling arena
nt the drill shed camp for affording
exercise to tho Japanese.
Three foetuses linvo been found iu
the Hume nt the Kallht detention camp.
Two passed out to tea and the last ono
was caught In the tlumc.
Consul Salto yesterday expressed
compieto satisfaction with tho food
provided for tho Japanese at tho drill
shed camp. It Includes somo of their
favorite homu viands.
A trunk, filled with clothes and evi
dently dumped from ono of tho Hoard
of Health scows outside, floated ashore
nt the quarantine station a day or two
ago. It was from the Infected district.
Tho flower selling native women nro
now settled on tho Hotel street uldo
walk, corner of Fort btrcct, having
been driven by Chinatown troubles
from their old station at ITuuanu nna
The Forthbank, Young master, camo
in from her anchorago off port this
morning. Sho has 2,001 tons of coal
from Newcastlo consigned to tho 0. p..
& L. Co. Tho Forthbank anchored out
"Tho Hawaiian Sccnla Calendar" for
1900, published only by tho Golden
Rule Bazaar, 316 Fort street, Is a beau
tiful work of 'art. It eclipses all pre
vious efforts In this line, and nothing
would be more appropriate at this time
than to mall ono of these to tho "folks
at home." Price EO cents.
Promotions of the Navy.
Washington, Jan. 16. The President
todny sent these nomination to the
George M. French of Hot Springs,
to be a supervisor of tho Twelfth Cen
sus for tho Fifth District of Arkansas.
Navy Lieutenant Commandeni to
bo Commanders William W. Kimball,
William P. Day, John O. Wilson.
To bo second lieutenant In Marine
Corps, II. J. Hlrshlager of North Caro
lina. To be assistant postmasters In the
Nuvy John D. Ilobnctt of Texas;
Stewart Rhodes of California; Gcorgo
W. PIgman, Jr., Indiana; P. T. Cnnnrd,
On coupon and 25 cents secures
ou a splendid historical review of
J t Spanish war in the Philipplnfs.
This space is reserved for
E. W. Jordan.
I ASTORIA. J
Style, : Comfort : and : Neatness.
AN ELEGANT SOFT VICI KID BALMORAL
FOR $4.00-ONB OF THB NEW POPULAR
PRICED SHOES : : : : :
Per the last Australia, we received a grand line of new styles in
.Yen's, Women's and Children's.
Just in season for the Holiday
The Children's White Canvas suppers, Men's Liouse suppers, anu
La.iies' Evening Slippers, are especially nice, and are selling read ly,
Our stock is complete.
We are in position to fit you.
$-:&: House Furnishing Goods ! $-::
CORK MATS prevent colds and cold feet and absnb the moisture; just what Is
wanted for the bathroom floor. It Is a pleasure to stand on one of these mats after
OCEAN CHURNS make butter in half
Ceaned. Simple and effective.
FLY-CATCHING PLATES. They
as one is filled It can be pulled off without
will not soil carpets or furniture, and Is non-poisonous. Protection from first to last.
The cleanest and surest Stlck Fly-Catcher on the market.
Housefurnlshlng Goods Department Is on the second lloor. lake the safety
W.W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Importers of Crockerv and Glassand House Furnishing Goods.
Sole Agents Jewel Stoves, Gurney Cleanable Refrigerators.
Store open from 7 a. m. to 5:30 p. in.
- "" ''0p'i"1p(i',B,1
wishing to make purchase:
of Dry Goods without coming into
town, are invited to plaoe orders
large or small, by telephone or
We deliver free to any part of
Our telephone No. is 436.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.,
Impbrters of Dry Goods.
the time or any other kind aud are easily
hold six sheets of sticky fly paper. As soon
soiling the figures; Is self-protecting and
. m .&? iWBi!are.KsCT
Boer Artillery 11 Surprise.
Tho artillery of the Uoers'h'as been
a surprise to those who have not fol
lowed tho development of tho military
power of tho Tiansvaal. Joubcrt Is
himself well versed in all matters of
artillery. Ho has been tho moving
spirit In advocating an Incrcaso In tho
number of nil the guns. Ho paid a, visit
In 1S0O to tho Gruson works at
Mndgcburg, where ho saw tho trials
of many types of ordnance. Ho fami
liarized himself with tho splendid
weapons turned out by tho Creusot
Steel Works, the finest ordnanco fac
tory In France. Largo numbers of
guns were purchased there, and long
beforo tho war began Ilocr gunners
were being Instructed in tho art of
handling these modern instruments of
war. The forts at Pretoria aro all
armed with 10-Inch and 11-Inch guns
from tho French factory. Their rango
Is eleven miles and they aro equal to
anything England can produce. Tho
total guns of the Trnnsvnnl nro said to
bo sixty and those of tho Free SUito
twenty-nvc. This, however. Is an un
derestimate. American Messenger Service, Ma
sonic Temple. Tel. 444.
Honolulu Messenger Servlco delivers
messages and packages. Telephone
Alaska Custom House.
Seattlo, Wash., Jan. 1C The Treas
ury Department Is considering tho ad
visability of removing tho United
States Custom Houso from Mary's Isl
and, Alaska, to Ketchikan, In com
pliance with recommcndntlons mado
last September by Special Agent Llnclr.
Such' a chnngo will meet with the ap
proval of all of tho steamship com
panies operating between Pugct ?oiml
ports and Alaska. A transfer of tho
olllco to KetchlUan Is recommended by
tho Treasury's agent upon tho ground
chlclly of tho nbsenco of wharf facili
ties at Mnry's Island. Ketchikan has
long been a regular port of call for
Alaska vessels and is moro accessible.
Theso reasons nro also tho onc3 put
forth by the navigation companies de
sirous of tho change.
-" '" ' " ii