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We offer y u a FEW HINTS
Pine Ncckwcor, Luce Fichus,
6osh Ribbons, Dolls,
' VAlso the Finest Display
Opera Cloaks ever shown.
BCH OUIt WINDOW DISPLAY.
ffiyjife5'7 M BRASCH & CO.
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WtnwiZr6-32 CALlFORNIAST.MOi: OUST
ytg VmWfeopSy san rKANCISCO.CAL AS fiOOB
HARMONY L.ODOB, NO.
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'rf"lnjIIarniouy Hull, Kin; Btrc
V 4fr2 I1 " UUE' N 0
K -&" J- " "ENDRY. S
' !YA11 visiting brothers vcr;
Sleets every Monday evening at 7. 30
Harmony Hull, Kin; Btreet.
x1 Vmystio louoi:,
NO. 2, K. of r.
fc .MoAta .nv.
iMeeTs-ov.ry Wednesday evening at
,7s3tffbclok. Castle Halt, Tort street.
VtsUinsVirothers cordially Invited to
.tuniiyl S. J. SAtmi, C. C.
.pf&Wfl AVE. MURPHY, K. R. S.
.J&HQjJbTEuLU CHAPTER, NO. 1,
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Meets every third Thursday evening
.In Masonic, Temple. All visiting com-
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ft! Jt F7 "J
3T 7A. F. aiLFIM-AN, H. P,
NO. 1, lv. T.
Meets In'-Masoulc Tcmnlo on Mic fz
'jlond'Tljursday evening of eacli month.
." All vlsjliog Sir Kulgl'. .courteously
v .'ftJIfCNRY. Be COOPER, E. C.
OAHU LODGE, NO. 1, K. of T.
t . Meets' yvery Friday ov
iifiisi&iil, 420W Fort 1
enlng nt their
street, at 7:30.
rs of Mystic Lodgo No. 2 .and
j -brothers, cordially Invited.
A. N. SINCLAIR, C. C.
C ALFRED ARENDT,
K. of R. and S.
HUUANU CHAPTER ROSE
ir it. ".' No 1 a. & a. s. n.
L-4 "Meits the- first Thursday In each
aMnyktMasonlc Temple. Sojourn-
n an it vlalltn lirvithnru rnrillallv In.
V T'V!riteLto at
attend all meetings.
FRANK B. AUERHACH.
I fWH VODOE Le PROORES DE
' T-:T if WO.,124, A. & A S. Rite.
I'-JTlSMted-, meetings on the last Monday
SW MWU f IWttU, IU HO UM11, KIUBUU1U
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'jT-illAWAnAN LODGE, NO.
,: V- i. 1 F.&A.M.
Uktii. Btated meetings, first Monday each
I JMk qMi 'Special meetings, wh
Vy, H'fM fnoi;ei ln tnla 8Pacc-)
V '-., 5 ' Members Lodge Lo Progrci
.' .M..lwe, ,sni;all sojourning brethren
1 s? -:tr.i-.i iJLi...i
J. M. OAT, W. M.
B. O.iWALLACE, Secretary.
fjuturon of our
fV AT jarw shipment of Fans
'H .Jwrnlnr current for use
use on either
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it. ftfCf nlc Gas and
ifc-t , BlTctrlc Co., Ltd.
TVv ' ' IS
V 'T'i i,ny pupt thc '
h '0iaiii Ice and
H? mmm & markham.
I V .. wTeL..jif
lue. P. O. Box 600.
W V2 8rlcelwlllkbe delivered by courteous
1 ".ipriyers 10 ny pan or picmisra ui
FOR CHRISTMAS In our
the way of "i
of Silk Waists and
I Sis. rmlPa RUANDA
3KKSiH y -.Mv.nuniui.-
Q. What Is Champagne?
A. It Is
N. B. The accuracy of this an
swer is endorsed by connoisseurs
the world over.
LOYEJOY & CO.,
Sole agents :
For Territory of Hawaii,
On Nuuanu Street,
Just above Vineyard.
Location very central. Terms very
reasonable. Excellent for private homes
or for boarding houses. Also the pre
mises with store and tenaments, bring
ing in good rent, opposite, at a very
low figure. For any Information apply
William R. Castle, Jr.,
Merchant Street, Opposite Post Office
NEW AND EXPERIENCED HELP
FROM THE liAST ,
We have largely Increased our plant,
machinery, etc , and have brought from
the East an able corps of experienced laun
dry workers. OUR METHODS THE
LATEST, OURAVORKS THE BEST.
Washing Flannels Onr Specialty!
WE GUARANTEE NOT TO SHRINK THEMI
Have Some Style
Your Smoking Friends
II. J. NOLTE has on view at the
ItUAVCIi HIiSTAUIlANT the
Cigar Holders, Etc.,
you ever saw. Personally selected.
All requisites for smokers at prices to
BEST TOBACCO, CIGARS and
CIGARETTES In Town. 3-tf
tloniiluhl Oommniulery No, 1, K, T.,
Hrp S nimniiit A l'o s ml t r
New York. Dm1, it. Himarltaw.nrm.
Tim Orient lilrjrle Is a new mltllttoti
nl Whitman & Co.'.
Toko 11 ride on tlio electric cars itp
Paclflc Heights, IVire S cents,
l'cir Rood things to Ml lake n look
nt the New Kngtaliil llakcry ml.
Canmrn & Co., nine anil liquor mer
chants. Tel, Main 140, Atakea treet
Vi:i)l)IN(l HTATIONKIIY. nnRrnved
II. V. WICHMAN.
Nicely furnished rooms nt tho Pop.
ular House, 161 Port Btreet, from 11.00
per week up,
lloom anil hoard l wanted by nu
Amrrlrnu Rentleinnn. See Want col
umn on paRo 8.
Iliirnetto & Decker, 39 King street,
have some (Inn bargains In real cstai,
ctr. King up SOO,
Tho Oils and Sycamore have raptur
ed Honolulu. The Walker Cyclcry .iro
agents. King Btreet. '
The lmnil will give n concert on the
kiiumkIb of the Hawaiian hotel at th
usual time this e enlng. A splendid
program ha been niinngeil.
There will be a meeting of tho Hoi
IdMl Club this evening In the 11v1.1l
plai-e to rtintlniip the study ivjilcli t'ley
bae been piireulng for months past.
Tickets tor the lepers' Merry Christ
man concert now on sale at Wall. Nich
ols Co. do early and nvold the rush. If
you ennnot go to tho concert, buy a
Tapa cloth albums, tho prettlist
ChrlstmnR souvenir ecr offered to the
public In Honolulu, nre now on sale at
tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO..
IG Port street.
Those people who hedd tickets sold
to them for tho lepers' Merry Christ
mas concert must go to the Wall, Nich
ols Co. ami have these changed It It '
their desire to obtain reserved seats.
Tho choir of the Second Congrega
tlon of St. Andrew's Cathedial will re
hearte at the home of MrB. C. B.
Cooper nt ":" o'clock this cvciiluu.
Every member Is expected .to bo prej
cnt. On behalf of tho Oahu College Al
umni Association, Albert Juilil yester
day handed to Mrs. Walter Hoffmann
tho sum of $20 to bo added to the lepers'
Meny ChrlstmnH fund. Tho gift Is very
From tho present appearance of
things there Is to 1e a big list of en
tries In the sports for next Saturday
afternoon nt Knmehameha In cclcbr.t
tlon of Founders' Day. Kvcn the High
School will enter bIx athletes.
Thoso wishing rcllablo horses, ex
perienced drivers, new rigs, fair prlocs
and courteous treatment should call ul
the Territory Stnbles. Their telephone
number is Main 35. They deliver and
call for rigs free of charge.
Tomorrow evening Is thc time ct
for n meeting of thc captains nml sec
retaries of the four nssoclntlou foot
ball teams of thc city for tho purposo
of drafting up a code of laws to govern
the schedule of games to begin In Jan
uary. The Zealandla brings the usual In
Ice of the season's fruits and delica
cies for Camarlnos. Fresh apples and
oranges, grapes, etc., nlways in stock.
California eggs on tho Zcnlandln,,forty
cents n dozen. '
Young man, this Is to remind you
that Christmas Is near at hand and
(lint n, piano would mako ono of tho
best presents you could gtvo to yo-ir
home. Tho Dergstrom Music Co. am
selling them on very easy terms of
Tho regular quarterly meeting of the
Japancso Y. M. C. A. will bo held ir.
headquarters at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
(Friday) evening. Thc fcatnre of the
evening will bo a talk by Frank Dnmo.i
on a subject of Interest to all Christian
Tho Honolulu News, tho new Japan
ese newspaper spoken of In a recent
Issue of the Ilullctlu ,1s on tho streets
today. It Is a very credltablo number
Uesldca the regular Japancso reading
matter, there is a certain amount of
spare set nsldo for nows In Hngllsh.
William Court Oully, who has Just
San Francisco, Dec. C. Tho naw
been elected spenkor of tho House of
Commons for tho third time, first suc
ceeded Viscount Peel In 1895 This
position Is a most desirable ono, as
tho Incumbent draws an unnual salary
of $25,000 and an annual pension of
V-0,000 afterward. Upon his retire
ment ho also receives a pecrago.
The use of tho Singer In millions ot
homes showB tho unprecedented suc
cess of these Ideal sewing machine.
It Is convincing proof that the Singer
excels ln all kinds ot family sewing
and art needle work. All our sewing
machines are ot the best construction,
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. B, Der
gersen, agent, 16K Bothel street. s
PRESENT FOR LAWLESS
San Francisco, Dec. 0, An hour
before tho Australia Railed yesterday
Captain Lawless was surprised to re
celvo a fjlft of a pair of flno marlno
KlnsseB. Thoy wcro presontod ny
Captain John Lealo of tho terry-bout
Hay City on belmlf of tho passengers
who mado the round trip to Tahiti on
tho Auttinlla laBt month. Tho follow
ing Inscription whb engraved on tlio
ulft "Presented to Captain ltobert
T, Lnwloss, steamship Austialla. by
his panseiiKers on tho Initial trip to
Tahiti, November, 11)00."
' CHAS. D. WALKER,
Diiljntr ml Bulld.r ol lllth-Gfil.
Yachts, Boats und Launches I
Worn., 69. KINO ST,
P, O, B itn. T.I.CbOM T&.
Clerk Siiihlfs Letter
That Caused Trouble1
I'olloftlng Is Clerk Smith's Htci'
that rnuseit n illffeieiiec lirtnrni ,luU
Hutiiphtpys and .Indue I'renr
Mr Porter's letter to Clerk Hmlth
ns not pfsennt ami made n patt
of tlio riTiirils. Mr. Smith's Idler to
Porter Mns ns follows)
di:pautmi:nt of thi: judiciauv.
Honolulu, II. I.,
November 30th, I900.
To Dnnlcl Porter. Ksq,,
Clerk Circuit Court.
Dear Sir! Owing to cliiumttnnres
which leave no room for the exerrlse
ot discretion on my part In thc hand
ling of rnsh deposits In this oMc, I
Ik respectfully to notify 5 on Hint
Iroiii nml after January I, 1U0I, tho
method heretofnro In voguo of draw
ing drafts on mo In the various cir
cuits and then or honoring them
In Honolulu, will bo discontinu
ed. I regret that )ou nro now fon-id
to look elsewhere for cash ndvanccs
with which lo pay the running i-x-pensoii
of jour rourt during t-nn time.
In this rnnnertliin, I wonld stale that
It Is out of tho nuertlou for you to ex
pect nny aid from tho nml I tor's de
partment, ns J on will not get credit
from tint source before making pay
ments out of your own deposits, (as
I have 1I11110 In the past), mid produc
ing tho vouchers nftprwnnls In order
to reimburse vourself.
-From tho earliest times. I bnlleve,
the hlstnrv of this ilepnitmpiit will
show thnt Its chief clerk had nlwavs
mted ns euEtodlnn 01 th deposits,
i.int Is neecssnrllv to bcrniiso of tho
peculiar nature of the position no
holds, nam. ly. that of being ipmsl
trustee of the funds which ho has to
neenunt to the attorneys and their
clients, nnd to tho government for its
sharp of thoso deposits, for which rea
son 1 suppose, the bond m.it he gives
has nlwnvs been substantially fixed,
which at tho present time Is tho sum.
A Judicial order recently made by
the Circuit Couit. First Circuit now
makes thnt court Its own custodian of
deposits, tho clerk handling them havo
no discretion whntevor to temporarily
divert their urc, not even to pnvlnrr
Its own Jurymen, court offlcers nnd
others, ns wns the caso heretofore,
subsequently replacing tho name aftr
the term closed nnd nccounts passed:
the effect of said order being to de
clare deposits as sacred funds. I nm
led to this belief on icVoiint of the ad
ditional stipulation In tho order i
quiring that tho bnnk book or ncrount
be mndo out In tlio name of that conrt
no money being withdrawn except M'
order of that court.
bus you will see tho position thnt
I. ns chief cleric of this department nm
placed In. There is now no monev In
mv hands that I can temporarily uso
or advance as the Bamo has horctoforo
been used: consequent! v, ns far ?s
ensh advances nro concerned. I shall
bo unable to asslft vou at tlio coming
.lanuarv term. Hut. nevertheless, I
still hold myself reedy to nsslst yon
In nny other wnv, Biich as presenting
your term nccounts nnd vouchers 10
-o auditor's department; anyhow. It
Is my duty to help you In nil matters
that you wish delegated to me, except
ing rash ndvantes.
I ndvlsn that von consult with Judgn
Little: apprise him of this matter, nnd
find out some way of getting out of
A copv of this letter goes to each
of the other circuit court clerks.
Very respcctfiillv vours
Clerk Judiciary Department.
Visitors to somo of the Philippine
Islands where It grows will surely ac
quire the durtan habit. This fruit is
described as smelling of rotton onions;
but when It is once tasted It Is pre
ferred to all other food. Tho natives
glvo it honorable titles, exalt It and
make verses on It. Tho durlan grows
on lofty trees Is round and about the
size of a cocoanut. It Is thickly cover
ed with spines. Tho interior consists
of lino cells, each filled with an. oval
mass ot cream-colored pulp, embedded
In which nro two or three seeds ot tlui
size ot chestnuts. This pulp Is of the
consistency of ,a stiff custard with a
flavor ot almonds Intermingled wltn
other flavors that suggest cream
cheese, onion sauce and brown sherry.
It Is neither acid nor sweet nor Juicy,
yet tho absence of these qualities Is
not regretted, nnd tho more ono cats
ot It the less inclined he feels to stop.
Wallace says of It that "to cat durlans
Is a new sensation, worth a voyage to
tho East to experience." The fruit can
not bo preserved for transportation
except In salt. Then it acquires nn
odor so disgusting that no European
can tolerate It. It is like the persim
mon in that It must bo dead ripe to be
enjoyed. Therefore only In those that
fall from the trees at the moment of
perfect maturity Is found the fascina
ting quality that makes the durlan tho
king of fruits.
New Fare Register.
The municipal authorities ot Leeds,
England, have been so defraudoJ by
their tram conductors that they tn In
troducing a navel ticket midline',
which will put nn effectual stop to the
nefarious practices ot their employes.
The machine registers each pasenger
and records the fare. It Is only five
and one-half inches square by one and
threcqunrter InchcB deep, yet It per
forms a whole program ot operations,
When tho passenger tendeis ills faro
lo the conductor tho Inttcr tukes tho
ticket from the roachlno: but i.s II Is
sues therefrom tho date, tho oxui't time
of the day at which tho ticket wa3 I.t
sui'd, tho stage to which tho tain car
ries, tho number of the machliu ftom
which It was Issued and nn cilvertls.e
ment uro printed simultaneously In an
Instant upon the ticket.. Tho amount
of tho faro paid by tho passenger le also
rccordod on a dial In front of Oil ma
chine. Tho machluo also icconl.i tho
total number of pence received rturitiB
the wholo Journey und tho nuiniie" o.'
passengers who havo paid their faros.
Uy means of this Ingenious llt'.lo cjii
trlvnnco tho dishonesty of the conduc
tor Is completely checked.
CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW
5 cent CIGAR.
OUR SPECIAL DELIGHT
IS IN COLLECTING
15 KAAHUAtANU ST
ATTRACTIONS OFFERED TO HOME SEEKERS.
They are located on high ground at an
tlevatlun of ftcm 200 to 500 feet, affording
uniurpas5ed scenic and marine views.
Electric Railway and Lighting.
The Electric Railway makes access most
easy, and power for lights may be had at
most reasonable rates.
Hollister Drug Go,
Card Cases, Stationery Sets,
Writing Cases, Fancy Papetcries
(for 'young and old) Etc., Etc.
FOR SUE BY.
NEWS CO., LTD.
Hotel Street, II. I,
Ki. Calibttl.t tell, Nillv. Mill, Hull Skirt.,
Mlh.u Mali, F.nf, bh.ll., S..dl. Etc , Hom.m.J.
Pal, cooitutly on lunj. TELEPHONE 6jj
Ex. ELIIIU THOMPSON.
r"?KH Fancy Creamery Butter,
Fancy Navel Oranges
LEMONS, , LEMONS, LEMONS.
HENRY MAY & CO.,
BOSTON BLOCK, FORT ST.
Catton, Neil! & Co., Ltd.
33 iT a- x 3sr is ej is s
Boilermakers" : : and : : Electrician.
The - General - Electric - Companj
Water will be supplied at the rate of
$15 per year for each lot, from our Pacific
Heights Water System, '-This Is less
than city rates.
Special Inducement to Builders.
l'o all who will begin the erection of
houses within 60 days, we will make
special Inducements In the matter of trans
portation of building material over our
& CO., Progress
TRACT, the "Best" Tonic, to be the only Malt
Extract absolutely Pure and Perfect.
The name PABST on every cork. AT DRUGGISTS.
THE "BEST" TONIC.
W. C. PEACOCK
w. -w. T?sIa-E3:x, '
Fainting, Blaoksmitliing, Trimming.
Phaetons, Buggies and Haoks Manufactured.
Before Insuring Your Life consult the best compan
and secure the best and most liberal policy as
Issued by the
GERMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
of New York
EMMETT MAY, Judd Building,
Manager tor Hawaii.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
For One month Only.
In all lines commencing 4
Saturday, September 29, 1900 T
Birgalns In Grass Cloth (various colors), Handkerchiefs
(embroidered), Heavy Pongee Silk forSults or Skirts, etc
GOO KIM, 210 NUUANU ST, Above Hote
P, O. Boi WJ, , Til. it.
viKrca- "WO CHAN
THE, OLDEST CHINESE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
DmIui la FlM Sum nl Gin. Ltout, CbliuM .rid J.p.n.H Good, ol All Klalt.
.i-.t. Nuu.au .trMt.
General Business Agency, All Kinds of Laborers Supplies,
Carved Stone constantly on hand, ready to supp.y.
T. HAYASHI, Manager,
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT .TllEET.
3F- O. DBC2C 886 IfcEeiiri 215
r, a, box ma T.i.phoni boi
XX. XX.i&.:iX A3XTO
Imported and Dbauk in,,,,,.
King street, Corner of smith.
Low Prices, Good Terms.
Prices of lots range from 5400 to 750
each, according to size and location. One
fourth cash only Is asked. Balance In
Installments at terms to suit purchasers.
Healthful and Cool.
The air Is always cool and bracing. We
can recommend this property as being
especially desirable and attractive to per
sons seeking a choice location for a homo
at a muderate cost.
Block, Fort Street.
HE UNITED STATES GONERNMENT CHEMISTS
in a careful examination of the Malt Extracts
of the World, found PABST MALT EX
& CO., Ltd., SFLRE,
P. O. Box 803.