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Tilt: BVENINQ UUM.UTINI HONOLULU, H. I., SATUUHAV, l)l:GI!MHI!K U, 1900.
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IN LARUE VAklitY
Black and gatvanliej, In ny Itngtht
H Inch to H Inch thick.
Dlston' maktia big lupply on hind,
Paints and Oils
Manila anJ Sisal from ', Inch to 6
Klce Plowi and Breaking Plows.
Fort St., oppoilte Sprecktls Bank.
At w st ;.t ti At k it, n w Rt
IAjAlLOUSCoOLlHfiiy Agents "Arabic"
Al SP. , T.. .IV
IS UNEQUALLED Gentlemen;
fito7 uncoated roofs
a a a a vt sr j as & is vt m
Just The Thing For
A NEW INVOICE
Dolls, Tpys, Games !
EVERYBODY WELCOME TO THE DIG STORES,
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 'XMAS.
Wall, Nichols& Co., Ltd.
"W"e T7s7"a,tcla. Tnn-il "STo-u. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY : : : : :
R.llaU. WiUbmtn lurnlih.i tot .lot., and
ui conaiintlil woik l ll torU.
Office Room 4 Model Block
There Is In slerc for yon
at the NEW ENSUND HAKERY
Beliclm Mince, Cream
and ether Havered pics "
' Same as year Mother
ised te make.
haghaits that are th talk of the
town because everybody wants tjiem.
' Lady Fiagers
Cream Piffs - -And
a fall line of pastry for the
Holidays made fresh every day.
Come and see us at
j; Oswald Lotted,
rv.( lit w w w ;.t r. k w st jk ?,t r,t w si m
Cooling Compound j;
I have painted several large Iron
Warehouses here in Honolulu with
your "ARABIC" Roof Cooling Com
pound, and am pleased to say it, 1st
giving the very best of satisfaction.
It preserves the iron from rust is
most durable, anJ keeps It cooler
by 15 degrees. I have had 20
years experience as a painter, 5
years here in Honolulu, and 1 have
yet to find as good a paint as the
"anaHIC for Iron Roofs.
Yours very truly,
W. R. RILEY.
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JUST RECEIVED. ,
ables and Chairs.
In The Latest Dcttljnn.
and Hand Lamp!
Mrr Bunny, His Book.
By Adah L. Sutton.
HluBtPiited By V. II. Fry.
The finest Juvenile on the market. Far superloi
to anything of the klndjever before presented to the
IT tie men and women. Sure to attract and delight
1 hem beyond measure.
story fully Illustrated In the colors.
propwty, B..I City i.I.hoo twnl.h.d. Dttoctln
P. O. bOX It.
LOCAL AM) GENERAL
I'lnte )iir trdrr witly and sate ill
appolntmrnl at S Inland llnkcry, "
Tin i5M nil of D pnty Hhcrlit l.y
in mi Iibm- brought n tlli'l stilt nunlnul
tlic llllu Tribune fur tatmrnta mmlc
nhoiiOht nplndl trnme" "
Reports by the Nliluu on to the fft
that (litre Is 8j J4 bags of sugar on Kauil.
At Eltele a Japan trnploycewas kll'rd
t9 the falllnc (f piece of machine from
The llllo Trlbtinetsporu the revenue
omcerii Iiavp rollectcd tB.OOO between
KawaIHao And I'nna "(rnm Inilhldnnln
who were, OlKpcnalni; unlicensed ncctnr
to tlilmly mortnli."
Ynmnmoto, the Jnpanete who nilmlt
ted yesterday having etolcn some
chickens from the rooat on tho Wal
ked premises In Nutinnu vnlley, a' 13
this mornliiB committed to thu Circuit
Court for trial m tho clurge ot larreny
In the second deRree.
Delicious Scotch shortbread at tho
New England Ilakcry. "
In the l'ollce CotlrlijtliU'oreiiooil,
Manuel (Inuvcla, h rorli:gj-7o k!uick
man. nppenrcil on tlu chnrite of lrnvlns
his horses untied In tho btrcct. Do
fendant pleaded Ktult nnd was tcprl
mnnded and dU.'liarscd. It npps.irs
that the defendant got out of hU hack
yesterday morning nnd walked n nhoil
distance away. The horse took fright
nnd ran away. A natlvo boy caught tho
horse nnd, when the driver oaiWit up.
he got Into the carriage jr.il drove away
without even thaulunf ihe rescue- tt
his carriage. .When ho saw a police
man approach, lmturned tn tho boy
and wanted to glv bm half a dollar.
Doughnulii.thAt Are doughnuts at thn
New England Bakery.
OUR LIST OF9
These Puddings are delicious
and as toothsome as home-
Nuts and Raisins,
Sliced Peaches and Cream.
Bonbons, Fancy Candies,
Candles and Christmas Tre
Ornaments, and a complete
line of Fancy Groceiies.
Tel. 680. Port St.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Two cutlAgeA nip for rent ftco To I 1
MltUMll (III KH I.
Fit Ni'W Tihlny for tho I'liilllil Mls
trr'N Until n of KutrAlf.
Ialuty nlinoud inninroiiiia aim! In4y
fingers nt New llngland llakery
Take n rldo on tho electric cars up
Pacific Heights, Khro C eents,
Ctn.nrn A Co. can now ho found on
Alnkea street between King and Mer
chant. The special service nt Central I'nton
church for tho Christmas season will
bo held tomorrow.
Our pastry nmdo from best inalerl.il,
best workmen, best In tho city.
In the l'ollce Com l this forenoon, the
ease of Joe Akmi, charged with env
betzlcmcnt, was dlsiharged.
A meeting of tho stockholders of th(
People's Ice nnd Ilefrlgerntlng Co, Is
ndtcrtlsod under New Today.
Chocolate ec la I rex nnd cream pulls
simply sublime nt New England 111
kcry. V. 0. Smith left for Kauai on busi
ness jtstcrday afternoon, tic will very
likely bo hack tomorrow morning..
The (lulntel Club will dlscnurso
sweet music from tho verandah of thn
Arlington Hotel on Hotel street this
evening from 7 to 10.
Our cold sliced ham sandwiches
touch tho spot at tho Now Knglan 1
Tho funeral of tho late J. A. Hopper
will take place .Sunday afternoon nt 3
o'clock from tho residence, comer of
King nnd l'unchbowl streets.
Toj prevent overcrowding of can,
tkkets ttlll'bc sold for tho" round trip
tomorrow tho Mine nv Inst Hundav
Wo I'nclflc Heights Ilnlfwny nott-o un
der New Today.
Wo emnlov tw6 German and, ono
Scotch master bakers at New Knglaifl
Tho Mariposa will arrive from tho
Colonics Jan. T Instead of Cth nnd on
rcturji from the Coast on Keh. Jth In
stead of Sth. Sco O. S. S. Co.'s nil for
correct time table.
May & Co. received by the Slerrn In
cold storage a largo line of frozen goods
including nl sorts of fresh flsh, frozen
oysters In tins or half shell and frozen
poultry and game. Seo 'heir cnango
of ad on page 2. .
Top corn any quantity for schools or
church entertainments. New Knglaud
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. have been selling Eastman Kodak.)
at Eastern list for two years, nnd this
enterprising firm advises us that they
have novcr been forced to offer Induce
ments In order to sell goods.
I.. T. Kenako Is the busiest man ut
the postolllco Just now. There has he:n
a sternly run on him today for rebates
on box keys. He Is very well pleased
wit h this ns he Is anxious to get
through with the Job ns soon as possi
ble. Scotch baker Imported expressly to
make our Scotch short bread. New En
gland Uakery. '
Thcro was to have been a session of
the sub-cotnmtttco on charter of the
Kepubllcnn committee of thirty ynste
day nftornoon but n majority if the
members were too busy to nttend in
there was a postponement until next
Young man, this Is to remind you
that Christmas Is near at hand and
that a piano would make ono of the
best presentB you' could give to your
home. Tho Ilergs'trom Music Co. nrn
selling them on very easy terms ot
Our delicious fresh candles In fancy
boxes 25 cents and upwards, New En
gland , Uakery.
Sermon subjects , Central Union
church tomorrow are," as follows: At 11
n. m "Tho Christmas (lospel of Kind
ness"; nt 7:30 p. m.. "Ilrother nnd SU
ter." At9:E0 Sunday morning all da
pnrtments of the Illblo school will met
together for twenty minutes to sin!;
Christmas mhsic nnd listen to tho
Christmas story as told by Miss Law
rence. Wo mnko our own candles and guar
antee them nhsolutely pure. New En
OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
I o rfiAtiMMiv t l(itiTA nttrl Htn KtAriirstl i a-o a-as
13 siiuwiiik a
Newest Designs in Pillows, Linen
Collars, Handkerchiefs and Scarfs,
SPECIAL GIFTS FpR YOUR WIVES.
Ladles' Silks, Silk Ciepon and1 Embroidered Dresi Patterns in Exclusive
A Beautiful Line of New
Is as well stocked as ever and we would especially mention Lalutte, Pneumatic
Clock Work Railways, Trollies and Upright Engines,
Your Needs Are Our Study 1
$;993(-:r::$9We 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
McINBRNY SHOE STORE,
sp & Marsh, Ltd.
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
To Suit Everybody.
Come and see the finest display of goods
ever shown in Honolulu.
Our store will be open every evening, and
beautifully illuminated with many powerful arc
lights, and other lamps.
Do not miss this sifjht. We will welcome
your visit, whether you buy or not.
W. W. DI1H0ND & CO., Ltd.
Importers of Crockery, Glaus and
House Furnishing Goods,
NOS. 5), 5S AND $7 KING ST., HONOLULU.
Arthur Sullivan Estate.
London, Dec. 11. The lato Sir At
tljur Sullivan left an estate of about
r0,000, nearly nil of which goes to
his nephew, II, Sullivan,. He made
small bequests to his other two neph
ews nnd to Mrs. Stephens, a niece, who
resides nt I.oa Angeles, Cal and be
queathed 1.000 each to his house
keeper and valet.
Woman's Suffrage Hill Passed.
Melbourne. Dec. 12. The Legislative
Assembly of Victoria yesterday passed
the woman's suffrage and old pcoplo'a
0 0000000000000000000000000000 00000000000 $
I Christmas 1900 I
idici aim inuic ucauuiui assuiiniciii ui niui-ito iui i icscnia iii.ui cvci uciuic. y,ti
land centers, Fin Cushions in ureat Variety. 'W-
Fancies. In Embroidered Silks, Something New.
Oiif TrkAf n&rmrt'tmFLnir
YOU NEED FIT,
YOU NEED SERVICE.
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ANEMIA, P00RNE88 OF BLOM
tots of eoLoun.
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b U L.tln FkriMM
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lc LaI. .in. Paha,
ftHll Mill hstAt hm,
ami finl- rf A rt rtlntf f a. J a ac. Iknn a .k.t Knfr w
Table and Tea Cloths
Ladles' Bows, Fichus,
A 1NL No.
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SIX FOOT J7JI
EIGHT FOOT . S8JS
TII18 W!!I!K ONLY.
Coyne Furniture Cfc,
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK BXCI
Honolulu, Decembers, looot
NAME OF STOCK
C. l)rw.r & CompAny.
Ea ItaniAtlon Co . .
M.moA I'l.nlAtlonCa .
MAwAlun (.cm at.iu uo.
MAwilun SugAr Co
ttonnmu Suka' Co
nonokAA Aue.r uo
ll.iku Sur.r Co . .
KAhuku PlAnUtlAfi Co..
Kadi.Io Sue Co.Lll A I
KabiaIo SucCu. p4 up I
KUAhulu SueirCo ....
KrtitA Sur" Co.. At.
MauraIcI Sur.r Co.Al
MAunAirl u (.0 r J up
Mcllryd. Su Cfk.Ld.At
" " tJ up
Othu Sur.r Co
OnovfA SurArCo. ..
OokAlt Suf .1 riAK Co.
UIAA U. .O.. Lll.. At I
OIowaIu CA.PA.y .....
PAAUbAQ SU. PIAB. C.
PaIa PIaaiaIIaa Co ....
Prpwk SucAf C. .
WaIaIua Aft. C... At
WaIaaaa CAMpADy ....
WAlluhu Suttr C
WaImaaaIo uka. C. ..
WaIma Mill Co
Or-lilio J St.an N Co
HawaIIah LlKtrk Co
Han. Sl.Am LAunJrv.
MutuAl T.l.phnn Co...
Olhu Mv & LanJ Co
Ptople't ntK I'l Col
HawaIIa". Gov 6 per cent
HawAllAnGov, 5 pr cvnl
Haw.i, pott Sav 4 Hpe r c
H1I0 R K.Co. 6prttnl
Lwa PUniAt n 6 prr crm
KAhuku PUnl. 6 rr crnl
uaiiu K ai LAnj (.o.pr
Oaau PUniAtioA 6pc
ni 35; 5 waiaiua n 10.50; j mcuryoe, IOi . .
QUEEN'S POOR IIBALTH. 1
New York, Dec. 7. A cablegram te ,
the World from London says: "Slack s
anxiety again prevails In court circle '
respecting the Queen's health. Sho jhasi l
broken up noticeably since sho wax to- -;
formed that the Kmpress Krederlck ww
sulfcrlng from a cancer of the throat --J
and cannot live many monLhs. Tie
Queen, who Invariably cats and alecgsi
well, has lost her appetite and parn.,rL
sleepless nights. Kor years she "htm".
never missed her morning ride la
donkey chalso nround tho private Kr
dens at Windsor until the last hnc
weeks, when this was forbidden by her
doctor, who ordered her Instead to "
Jrlvc through the park In n closed carriage.
Our gluten bread for Invalids made set
New Kugland Ilakcry. '
with real lace borders r!
Etc., in endless choice
To suit AH Purposes.t-u
lO FORT 8TR1