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THIi JVIiNINO UULUTINl HONOLULU, H. I., THUUSDAY. DUCBMIIUK o, lx,
IN UWIB VAKIETY
Black .inj Ritv.inlt J, In any 'enctht
H Inch to i Inch thick.
DlJton's imk(,i big supply on hind.
Paints and Oils
Manila and Sisal Irom H Inch to 6
Bice Plows and Breaklnj; Plows.
Fort St.. opposite Sprockets Bank.
In the Police Court this forenmm
nine Chinese gamblers were fined ".
and costs each on the charge o( gam
hllng. One other of the name gans
forfeited his hall on account of nonappearance.
J. Oswald Lilted,
Makes the Finest Line of Dread In tin
Whole Wheat, '
If you wish the best, order from the
NEW ENGLAND BAKERY.
I You Can Be
As Cool As
A Cucumber !
if you paint your iron roof with "ARABIC." Its the
wonder of the age, and we guarantee you will be pleased
if you trv it.
We have just received a large shipment and can
supply all orders. Anyone can apply it, and it is inex
Queen and Nuuanu 5t.
M-frM-frM-M" !; ! i 1' ! ! ! '
The demand for Hanan's Shoes has gone away
beyond our expectation, they are the shoe every
body wants, and once worn-they always want,
The St, Katherine has a hundred more cases
for us, all new,' stylish and snappy.
We are just opening an Invoice of Ideal Kid,
the new dress shoe.
Mclnerny Shoe Store,
White and Colored Pique
White and'Colored Duck
HIS twirl, mtUtynn Inleroatlonal Jury of twtntyfivt memt'f i, wai
(Kit Diploma ol Honor I if t.tlnf , on point, 'Higher thin inv cl th. other lwntv typewrlteri
ilghtfoiiblt awari) r
V Ab WO.N ur In cnmrtltlon. ani qootlnr Irom lh lury'i recort lvn 'lor central
The Grand Prix
A3 WU.l HI
fi it. n
1 lit JllllllI II wllllbl superiority ol construction ani efficiency at the highest rating.
TYPEWRITER ,. n ... n . .. m
at the I ne smitn premier I vnewnter Ln
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Sjr.cui. N. Y.U. b.A.
I rrSSSSlka I
Mr Hermann Mleth who Is an experienced
tVPUf I tor intrr hj tatn full hafniiii
& this trancho he bdtlnets WiartreaJrto
& iiwq otai onion smitn rremier machine
i. crtfttimatcs on repair work on any class of
& tperlieri. Wuk fully guarantee.
4EV Secondhand machines taken In exchange.
W Stock of No ani No a machines
conitintiy on nanj.and general supplies
C. W. Macfarlane,
LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN TOWN!
Mr. Bunny, His Book.
Uy Ad nil L. Sutton.
llliiHtrntctl By V. II. Pry.
Th: finest Juvenile on the market. Far superior
o jnythlnc of the kind ever before preented to the
tie men an J women. Sure to attract an J delight
them teonJ measure.
Every story fully Illustrated In the colors.- i.
DoILs, Toys, Games !
EVERYBODY WELCOME TO THE BIG STORES, "vl
SANTA MS' Eiill. '
Wall, Nichols & Co., Ltd.
Bulletin 75c. per month.
Taltr n rdlc on the electric earn up
Pacific ItclRhtH. Pare S cent,
Pee It, W. I'd'tcr'n ml In the Want
(ijIiiiiiii for n Jpwclcr wntitcd.
A nolle o tu Public AtruiintnntN np
prnm under tly Autliortty toilny.
IllcycU rppnltVm nt'Krrntly rrtluwil
Mtm nt the WAIkpr Cyclcry, Klnj
Camara ft Co. can now bo found on
Alnkca itreet betneen King and Mer
Th. postponed annual meeting of the
IlawnllanOllalorlcnl Hoclcly will bo
held on Mlindny evening.
Nntlie thnt K. T. Orndy wn elect's l
Treasurer 'of the Wathlngton Mercan
tile Co. See New Today.
V. 0. Taylor, traveling agent for
Alexandcr & tlatdnln, nrrhed here
yesterday, and will ilepnrt on the
Manna Loa for Maul on I'rlday.
The Hoard of Super Uors of the
Free Kindergarten and Children's Al I
Axsuclatlon will meet tomorrow morn
ing at 9:30 In tho Y. M. 0. A. parlor.
The Y. W. C. A. tt III hold Us n. jurtcr
ly meeting thin evening at tho usual
hour. Hvery niemlicrs Is rctiuestel In
be present as matters of Importance are
to bo discussed.
Kancy creamery butter, n .big ship
ment, was brought tqf enrf May &
Co. by tho tillhu Thompson. Also tho
finest kind of apples, 1.: Oregon ap
ples, liny while they last.
Keep your eyo on tho now goods nncl
quaint Innovations in colored work,
picture frames, etc., etc., that tho HO.
NOLUtaU PHOTO 8UPPLY CO. are
constantly placing on exhibition.
Kail III camp went out from under
tho control of tho Hoard of Health on
the first day of this month. All nffalra
connected therewith, are now In tho
hands of the Superintendent of Public
V. S. rJoblltt was arrested jesterday
on three charges of practicing tmvll
cine without u license. Tho defendant
appeared In the Police Court this morn
ing but his cases were all continued un
til tomorrowr'. ) T
Kegs and kegs, bottles and bottles of
Olympic beer Is what Larry Dee li.n
for salo nt tho Hotfman saloon, What'H
more he has made provision for regular
shipments and Is assured of a full sup
ply for tho future.
L. O. Kurrlas, a Portuguese, was ar
rested last night by Deputy Sheriff
Chllllngworth on the charge of selling
liquor without a license. Tho defen
dant appeared In the Police Court this
forenoon but the case was continue!
until the 8th Inst.
An Item In the Hoard of Health ordnr
of business today will likely bo a v
lew of reports of district physician.
According to a summary prepared by
Secretary Wilcox the charges for medi
cines range from ten cants to six dol
lars a patient treated. ' '
Sang Chan, tho tailor, on Hotel
street, will make a suit of clothes for
you that fit you perfectly as his marv
Instances will testify. He also main's
a specialty of cleaning, dyeing nnd 10
palrlng nnd makes special rates for
cleaning clothes by the month.
Chief Knglnecr McDonnld Is going to
gle up his position at Hwu sugar mil
on account of tils lienltb. Ho tamo hero
an experienced man from ono of tho
big Iron works'Jt' Ban rntnclsco.n few
years ago, nnd for somo time was for -man
machinist at the Honolulu Irti'i
The Humane IMucutor for December iVjfWrSrr.raNrlrralIB.
Is well filled and copiously lllustrafd. I '
Among tho original writings Is a p.i- pIJRE FOOD
per entitled. "The Lost Doll nnd a Bt sure ou get It by buying '
Journey to Wnlnlua In tho Thirties," by
"Klnnu" who Is Mis. Wilder, motliu.' j
of the editor, Mrs. Helen Wilder Cratt.
Tho editor Is touring on the Mainland,
but evidently has left her valuable
periodical In able hands.
I.olcana was this foienoon commlttod
to thn Circuit Court for tiial on the
chaige of larceny In the second degree
Thn complaint wnR made by sonic 1 n
pauese whorlnlmed that the native took
homo bags of mullet away from .liem
while tbey were on tho wn) to town
jcslerd.iy. I.okaua ilalms that tho ,1a
paneso were flshlng'lii water which was
leuted by him and Kekal and that
therefore, they had no right to tho fish.
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ft lltffiKinui. ill ih i mp
Great Sale of
LADIES' WASHABLE SEPARATE SKIRTS
The Bebt Product of one of the Uest Maker in New York.
All New ami Correct.
SIX FOOT- - - S1.00
EIQIIT FOOT - SO
TIIIK WEEK ONLV.
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU 8TOCK CXCHANCB
Honolulu, December 0, tooa
White and Colored Crash
Fancy Serges and Coveits
Great Variety worth up to $5.00 each, ALL GOING AT
ONl'Y $1.00 EACH.
A RARB OPPORTUNITY.
510 FORT STREET.
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Our business connections enable i s to participate In purchasing through
an exper.'enced buyerVwho personally visits the Euiopean and American fac
tories, many of the Noveltlesthat will be shown In New York, Chicago, San
Francisco and other l-rge cities this year, you can find In our store, and at
about the same prices you would pay abroad.
Rich Cut G'ass, Sterling Silver, Art Potter'es,
Ornaments Table China Lamps, Pla'ed Ware.
Table Cutlery, Bronzes, Jardmiers, Art Glass and
House Furnishintr Goods.
Our store will be open evenl g about two weeks before Christmas. The
first evening will be announced l.ter.
W W. DIMOND & CO., Ltd.,
NOS. ih 55 AND 57 KINO ST., HONOLULU.
NAME OH STOCK
C. Brewtr & Company
Ewf I 'Unfit ton Co
Hi mm IMintJllbnCa
Hawaiian 5ugr Co
llbfumu Sugar Co
llifku Sugar Co
KanuKu I'lantaiion uo
Katnalo Sue Co LU
KarnaloSuK Co. jsiup
Kfiahulu Sugar Co
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Sugar Co , as
MaunatefSugar Co. a
Maunalrl Su Co rJ up
" " pJ up
Nahlku Sue Co. LtJ as
Oahu Sugar Co ,
Onomea Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plan Cc
Paauhau Su. Plan. Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Mantatlon Co
Ptpetkco Sugar Co
Pioneer Mill Co
Walalua Agr. Co. as
Wailuku Sug,ar Co
Walmanito Sugar Co
Walmf a Mill Co
Wllirr SlramihlD Co
lnttrUlanJ Sttam N O
Hawaiian fcUcfrlc Co
Hon Steam Launirv
Kona-Kau i &l.l.o Llr
Mulual relrpnnnf Co
MakafiaCollreCo LJ ti
People'! ce Rf gG
Hawaiian (iov. j pr ten
H1I0 R R.Co. 6 ptr cen
cw I'lintai n d per tm
huku Plant 6 ptr cm
)jhu U k Land Co. pr
Oahu Plan atlon 6pc
Delicate In Flavor,
Convenient In Form.
t. 500,01 j
l 5,00c ,
SALTER & WAITY.
SALES-?o Waliluj. n8 w: w Wala
lua. 5uB.;o:60ahu. JiOj.oo: jo Kahuku.
S2J.00; 10 Ka uku, t u 00; v McBrvde A,
53 oo; 40 McBryde A, tS.co; 5 Ewa,
Hulllvan Memorial MuhIc.
Tho lato Sir Arthur Hullhan's lmi
durliiK fame will rest principally upui
his church music. It has been marts
familiar to Honolulu In the norlcca of
tho Anglican cathedral of St. Andre?.
At tho quarter to ten service of the
'rconil congiCKitiou next Sunday thn
oiKanUt and choir master Mill haro
produced a Sullhan memorial order of
nuiHlc It "111 Include, the lamented
compnser's Tc Deum, Jubllato and two
1 vji 1 mi 11 i 1 1V1 t i if i c 11 r 0
I M.GK s hooclaches
I WAFERS s dressing.
iiiiiiiiiimmiiv ,f ,lr0fI .
I am now showing, in my lower window, for the First Time a splendid assortment of
b 1 ,
Ladies' Ladies' and Gents'
Embroidered Linen, Plain Hemstitched,
Ranging from 25c to $5,00 each. From one Fourth to one-half inch hem, in all qualities.
Ladies' Real Lace,
in Honiton, Duchess, Brussels' Point, Aaltese(in silk), and Embroidered Chiffon.
The above were all personally selected by me when in England, and, biing imported under the old duties and marked
accordingly, I believe the public will say they are the cheapest and the handsomest goods ever offered here.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT STREET.
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