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THU BVHNINO UULLIiTlNl HONOLULU, It, l THURSDAY, DUCBMDI2K l J. 1900.
Rnln Otiufies '
IN UKOU VAMIETY
Ulack and galvanhej, In any length;
X Inch tc i Incli thick.
Piston's maketa big supply on hind.
' Cartridges '
Palme and Oils
Manila and Sisal Irom U Inch to 6
Nice Plows and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Sprcckels Bank.
, MAIN 199
There is in store for you
at (lie NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Delicious Mince, Cream
and other flavored pics
Same as your Mother
used to make.
Doughnuts that are the talk of the
town because everybody wants them.
And a full line of pastry for the
Holidays made fresh every day.
Come and see us at
J. Oswald Luttcd,
HATUIMMV NintlT'H CONCIIUT.
Tho folio Inn excellent program !ini
hecn nrrntigxd by Wrny Taylor for Ilie
lepern' Merry Christmas concert In III
Opera House Hatiintay iilfthti
Uerturc I'rollc of tho l'nlrleii ..
,,. Cnrl ItlgaJ
Amateur Orchestra (Wray Taylor
Hong Tho Swortl of I'ornrn
P. 1 llutlanl
Mr. Chas. N. I'routy.
Cornet Solo Nonllscho Fantaslo ..
Thco. I loon
Mr. Charles 1). I.ufktn.
Hunter Chorus from Chimeric...
Tuxedo Quartet First Tenor, C. M.
nVnltnnn; Second Tenor, Chaa.
A. Alston; First Unas, J. l.ovctto
llockwell; Second Haas, F. W
Violin Solo First Movement Ninth
Concerto Do Ileriot
Miss Alice Woods.
Song hove In Springtime ... Ardltl
Mrs. Melvln Vanlnnn.
Zither Solo Selection from Kaiiat
Mr. Samuel tVok.
Cello Solo Selected.
Mr. llaiold Mott-Smlth.
Bit of Comedy Without lfiynic or
Ileason. Mrs. Walter Hoffmann
and Mr. J, Lovette Rockwell.
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je AJ ARUtLOUS (pOLlM& y Agents "Arabic"
Than uncoated roofs
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I have pnlnted several large Iron !j
Warehouses here in Honolulu with Vt
your "ARABIC" Roof Cooling Com- f,
pound, and am pleased to say it is vi
giving the very best of satisfaction. j
it preserves the iron from rust, is v
most durable, and keeps it cooler ;
by 15 degrees. I have had 20
years experience as a painter, 5 vs
years here in Honolulu, and I have !
yet to find as good a paint as the V!
"ARABIC" for Iron Roofs.
Yours v ry truly,
W. R. RILEY. tt
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Your Needs Are Our Study 1
YOU NEED COMFORT,
A stenographer and typewriter
wnnteil, See Want column,
See lly Authority rolunin for t!u
I'ltimhlne Inspector's notice.
A furnished front room Is for rent
Sec To Let column on pasu 8.
A ncmliiRton t)epnrlter Is ofTerel
for sale cheap. Seo l'or Hale column.
Olio double and one single bed room
la nautcd. See Wnnt column on p.itw
The Nippon Maru for Oriental
ports got away at 12:30. She took on
coal last night.
jas. -. .Morgan win sen mi nssor;- iir
ment of tailor's goods tomorrow. Se-j ()YY6
his column on page 3.
Sea notice In lly Authority column
of the election of Dr. Raymond to the
presidency of the Hoard of Health.
The ship Henry Vlttard hound from
Savannah to Honolulu was spoken on
Nov. U In Int. 31 67 N. Ion. 47 20 W.
Tho schooner Aloha Is loading sugar hfJ6 COlTlbinGCl.
at Mkellko wharf. Captain Fry expects
YOU NEED FIT,
YOU NEED SERVICE. SOLID
combine all these in
our greatest of all shoes, The "HANAN" make.
Hanan has just sent us his latest, The "EMPEROR"
a Business Shoe, a Dress Shoe, and a Sunday
llnwnltnn Hotel Concert.
The hand will play the following se
lections nt a concert on the grounds of
the Hawaiian Hotel this evening, be
ginning ot 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Victor nmmannel
Selection N'abucco Verdi
Comet Solo Sea Flower (by re
(a) I.el Font Mol..(b) Sweet Lcl
Miss J. Kelllna.
(c) Ku'u Wehlwehl. (d) Kokohl.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Tho Ulue and the Gray by request.)
Selection The Messenger Hoy r...
Introduction Carmen Ulzu
Waltr Artist Life (by request)..
March Smoky Mokes . .. Holzman
The Star Spangled Uanner.
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The Grand Prix
(Ttt Diploma of Honor
Hlchot postlblff awarj.)
WAS WON UY
The Smith Premier
JHIS award, nad by an Intern at tonal Jury of twenty fiv tnenker,was
fating, on potntt, Higher than any ol int other twenty typwrltert
I HIS aw
In comcetltlftn, and quotlnf from the ury report wat given "for general
superiority of construction and effieleocy at tht highest rating.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
Svr.coM. N.Y.. U.K. A.
&K-XX'ZKXX- & J
K A K
liTewrlter repairer, hat taken full charge- tt
or estlmatci on repair work on any class of
branch o he business Wt are ready to
otations on bmlth Premier machines
tjpewrlters. Work fully guaranteed,
Second-hand machines taken In ex
Slock of No a and No 4 machines
constantly on hand, and general supplies.
C. W. Macfarlanc,
LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN TOWN!
Mr. Bunny, His Book.
By Adah L. Sutton.
Illustrated By YV. II. Fry.
The finest Juvenile on the. market. Far superior
to anything of the kind ever before presented to the
II tie men and women. Sure to attract and delight
hem beyond measure.
Every story fully Illustrated In the colors.
Dolls, Toys, Games!
EVERYBODY WELCOME TO THE tiG STORES, sTJ
SANTA (IMS' EMPORIUM. '
OPEN EVENINGS UNTfL 'XMAS.
VERDICT IN MITCHELL CASE.
The coroner's jury In the caso ot
Thomas Ninu Mitchell, the younR miiu
who died nt the Oueeu's hospital Tuts
day afternoon from the effects of wood
alcohol, met In the office of tb Dcouty
Sheriff yestcrdiy afternoon inil. after
due deliberation, handed In the folbiw
That said Thomas Nlau Mitchell
came to his death at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu. on ttecemW 11, 1900, from
drlnklns methylated spirits, or wooa
alcohol, In such quantity thereby caus
ing acute poisoning and heart failure.
The Jury In this case desire further to
call to the attention ot the Hoard of
Health the advisability of reqnlrlntl
those dealing In methylated spirit tc
treat the same as n deadly poison. lab"l
the same as such and In all respects
conform to the law regarding "Deidly
Poisons." See chapter iS. Penal Lntts,
Hlch Sheriff Drown acted as Coroner.
to get away by Saturday for tho Coas:.
Mrs. Ounn will give n dance at 1'rof ,
rcss Hall tomorrow evening nt 8:30,
o'clock. Quintet Club will furnish mil-1
Tliero was no meeting of the Oov-
erncrs council this morning on 'ic
count of the absence of the Governor!
on the Island of Kauai.
There will ho an Indoor bnBeb.ill J
game nciwecn ine soiuiers or unnip
McKlnlcy nnd tho Kvenlng Class Sat
urday evening. Admission free.
Twenty-eight cases of imported c!'
gars came on the Zcalandla for David
Lawrence & Co. Also a large shipment
of meerschaum and briar pipes.
Jas. Kott Jr. has removed his plumb
ing business to Kort street opposite tha
Club Stables. Parties desiring connec
tions will do well to call on him.
The HONOLULU I'llOTO SUl'PLY
CO. are offering frco Instruction In
photogtaphy to their patrons. This en
terprising firm well deserve the suc
cess with which their effortB have been
Visitors to Honolulu may find It both
pleasant and profitable to call nt tho
Kllohann Art League's gallery from !)
to G dally, and on Wednesday nnd Sat
urday evenings. The fall exhibition Is
open and It Is free to the public.
Fred. Harrison petitions for probate
ot tho will of Itobcrt fluatnvc Rabo,
whose estate Is valued at $lft0 person
ally besides at ranch in California un
valued. Deceased leaves a brother
and four sisters, supposed to live in
This evening tho Christian church
will take leave ot Kcv
McINBRNY SHOE STORE,
Jr & Marsh,
Ladies Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, Sterling Silver
Novelties, Silk Waists, Silk' Petticoats, Men's
Neckwear, Umbrellas, Fans, Purses, Shop
ping Bags, Silk Gloves, Kid Gloves,
Combs, Hair Ornaments, Ribbons, Silk
Underwear, Golf Capes, Separate
Skirts, and Thousands of Other
Novelties. Popular Prices.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
517 FORT STREET
The Mormon church still holds .'.o
stage nt the Orpheum this evening and
the comparfy Is profiting by their vaca
tion In polishing up their program to
a flno degree of brilliancy. The open
ing net Is a great effort on tho part of
the management to provide something
In the farce comedy line that shall lw
laughable with a clean, consistent plo:
and devoid of any suspicion ot hor.v.
play, 'Chnnipagno nnd 0stcrs" Is a
boiled down edition of the successful
comedy of that name and Is a most In
teresting bill. It Is n Bparkllng plo:,
full of life and action from sturt to
finish, with music introduced nt thn
proper Intervals. With the additions
of Miss Slmmens nnd Mr. Shaw, who
have been cspeclnllly engaged for ttt
opening acts. Conlon nnd rtyder should
give a highly satisfactory presentation
of the piece. Little Claire Kox wltn
her chle veisatlllty nnd the changes ol
tho rest of tho folks should make
things Interesting for what will pro'j
ably prove to be a crowded house.
To Investigate Hnlng
Washington, Dec. 4. Mr. Drlggs of
New York Introduced a resolution in
the House requesting the Secretary ot
War to Investigate the practice of
"baling" at West Point, nnd moro par
ticularly the "haling" of Oscar L.
Ilooze, formerly n cadet of tho academy
from the Seventh district of Pennsyl
vania, who died yesterday.
Wall, Nichols & Co,, Ltd,
13 ?EV E.N 1 NOB U U LE TIN
T.HI: OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KLONUVkt IO ADVERTISERS , t Jl ,.4 4 v4 jt
The ffest Bill Yet Given
Champagne and Oysters !
A Clever Opening Act
by CONLON and KYDER
and a Special Stock Company.
Lhtle Claire Fex,
..The Latent Hit.
social given by tho Y. P. S. C. E. An j
nttractlvo literary program will bo pre
sented, besides refcrshments served.
Mr. Hay Is booked to leave In the
Manuel Souzn, a Portuguese, nrresteil
recently on the charge of selling spirit
uous liquor without n license, wns tried
In the Police Court yesterday and
found guilty of tho charge. A fine ot
1S0 was Imposed by Judge Wilcox.
Souzn has n store In Knkaako, one of
the toughest parts ot the town nnd It is
from this place that he dispensed tho
liquors tout got him Into so much trou
ble. The owenrs of the steamers plying
between Honolulu and tho Island group
have Inaugurated a school of naviga
tion for tho officers and sailors in the'r
employ. Captain Robertson, tho navi
gator, has been employed by the Wilder
and Inter-Island companies to glvo
their men special instructions In navi
gation. Tho necessity of coaching tho
men In marine matters was found ne
cessary owing to tho government exa
mination which will take place about
tho first ot January.
The schooner Alice Cooke In com
mand ot genial Captain Pcnhullow, ti
discharging her cargo of lumber ut Kort
street wharf. Her cargo comprise
900,000 feet ot rough and dressed lum
ber, pickets, etc. Sho was 2S days out
from Port Gamble. Included In her
enrgo was -12 piles nnd one spar 102
feet In length 3G inches nt tho butt and
3 IncheB at tho top, nnd containing
about i000 feet of lumber board meas
ure. It wnu brought hero for Sorenson
& Lylp to bo worked down for n vci-
J. C. Hay at :i ' f
I Season of 1900. .
J q Plenty of Light, and Good Music. J
g J" -w Everybody Welcome. Come and see y
jj " JN the Finest Display of Goods ever I
fl E I shown in Honolulu.
fl N G Presents for AII,2Bt v
SiK From 5 cents to 500 dollars.
B. V ur Store wi" be Pen EVERY EVENING 1
8. Cl until Christmas, commencing Friday, 1
I DECEMBER 14th. I
!nrra)L W. W. D1M0ND & CO., Ltd. ;
Utt. 14th. NOS. 5J, 5? AND 57 KINO ST., HONOLULU. w
Be sure you get It by buying
Delicate in Flavor,
Convenient In Form.
?Hk. Wrerrou iiriT to. !i
- I-OR A5AL.B UY
SALTER & WAITY.
. . - l,sastMSMB, '''aBM
I I Mfl
J Bll Mat IgS
l,ooo,eoc 100 ...... ""WxtK3l
00 10 ! f
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Coyne Furniture Co.
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK UXCHANW
Honnluiu, December 12. 190c,
NAME OF STOCK
C. Hreer & Company
twa riamation Co 15,000,000
Hamoa Plantation Co 1 ifjno
Hawaiian Com AtSuCo.) 1,111,750
nawii4n sugar -u
Hnnomu Sujar Co
Kahuku I'lantatlon Co
Kamalo Suk Co.LtJ a
Kamalo Sag Co, pJ up
Kljahulu Sujrar Co ..
Koloa Sugar Co
Kona Sugar Co.. as.,
Maunalel Sugar Co, at
Maunaltt Su Co.pJ up
" dJ ud
Oahu Surar Co ,
Onomca Surar Co....
Ookata Sugar Plan. Co.
Olaa Su. Co.. LU. at
Olaa Su Co. Ltd, j4 up J
PaauhauSu. Plan. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co....
Pepwkco Sugar Co
Plonetr Mill Co
Watatua Agr. Co., as,
Walanar Company ,.,H
Walluku Sugar Co....
Walnanalo Sugar Co
Wal(na Milt Co
Wilder Stcamahln Co..
Intrr-ltlani Steam N Co
rfawa Ian Llactr c Co
Hon. Steam Laundry, ...I
Mutual TeeDhont Co .
M a ka ha ColTeaCo, Ld ,r J
Oahu Rv A Land Co ..
reopie 1 .ci k 1 2 co
HawallanGov 6 per cent
Hawaiian (iov, 5 per cent
Haw (J PotSav aHperc
H1I0 R. R, Co, 6 percent
Ewa Plantai n 6 per cent
Kahuku Plant. 6 per cent
uanu K a Land Co.pr c
uanu 1'ianiaiion ope
loo tit tiSH
SALES-sWalalua.SllBje; 2aVf $iJ
ma, li.5o; towaialua, HIH.37W; JJ'J
vvuiaiua, 110.47. ;
Accident at Walklkl.
David Crowley, the coachman tort
W. a. Irwin, met with an accident be
tween 9 and 10 o'clock last night Uatfj
win my mm up for some little time.,
He was driving along In a rl of hia
own out the Walklkl road In the yicm-
lly or Walklk inn and some Batlvea
woro drivinK in a mule cart. The two
rigs enmo into contact with each other.
Mr. Craw lev's rie war hnrilv amnah...i
.... . . .. .. .. if
111111 1110 nmn niniscu inrown out and
cut Imdly about the head. Ho was aho.v
oruiscti on rnriouB pans or nls body.,
Crowley was carried Into the Waltm
Inn and a physician was lutamoned
As soon as tho professional man' hal
flnlshcd his work, Crowley was taken
iu iiib ruuui, t. It',
OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOO 0
i Christmas 1900 j
Changes by Everyone
OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
Is showing a larger and more beautiful assortment of Articles for Presents than ever before.
Newest Designs In Pillows, Linen Table and Tea Cloths with real lace 'bordclfil
Collars, Handkerchiefs and Scarfs, Ladles' Bows, Fichus, Etc., in endless choTi
SPECIAL GIFTS FOR YOUR WIVES.
Ladies' Silks, Silk Ciepon and Embroidered Dress Patterns in Exclusive Designs.
RIBBONS SASHES RUGS
A Beautiful Line of New Fancies. In Embroidered Silks, Something New.
To suit All Purpose
- AV ""V?
Is as well stocked as ever and we would especially mention Lalutte, Pneumatic Billiards, fetcai
Clncle Wnnk Rnllvvnva. TnnllleB nnrl I np n it F.nOlneo. Rtc. F.tc. ,W
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Our Toy Department
E. W. JORDAN,
Prlce8-25, 50, 75c.
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