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WUdTtralftMt-Muitt Ser-Jee Iumi
Cold feet in Mktaiit liapuy
JUade Up of fowemteem H
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Walluku, Dec. M. The new Wailuku
mlllury company known, as' Co. X.
First Regiment, N,0. Ji.l waa organis
ed "on Thursday nlaat. Beer.Ttfv Major
J. W Pratt it Homolulu'who eame.upJ
thla week. (Or the purpose, presided.
There were about fifty applicant! but
only -45 enlisted, a few of the natives
being scared off bV the false alarm
that Malar Pratt cam., ua to enlist men
to go to Manila, 1 The one who started
It said he meant It as a joke but as
usual It bad the opposite effect, and'
had It not been that no leas than sixty
would have enlisted last nlcht. Those
who stayed away now see their folly as
matters hare been put In a better light
to them by Major j'ratt. and no doubt
more will be eager to Join.
The material of the company Is first
class although, most of them deter
bandied a nn before, bnt their phv
slque is excellent sad no doubt will
make a One showing on parade. After
the Major had sworn the 45enllstei
men In, nomination for election of
officers were then In order.
The first waa that of a captain. The
sinu of W. O. Scott, O. D. Schrade,
G. llTCummlng and Jas. rN. K. Keila
were presented; bat the tret three with'
drew their names which left.oaly Mr.
Keola In the held. sad tie temporary
secretary was Instruct! by Majar
Pratt to cast ,pe ballot for Mr. KeoU
as captain of Co. I. " k " ,.
Dr. W. R. Boote, W. E. Dal and Geo.
Schrader were nominated for first lieu
tenant. Dr. Boots and Bal tledmx tar;
first count and a new electloto,tas or
dered by the major. On the second bal
loting. Geo. Schrader withdrew. Tho
voting for the first lieutenant was the
most exciting of the evening, for on
the second ballot, Dr. W. R. Boote Ye
ceiyed 22 votes and W. E. Dal 21 votes
out of the 43 cast, and Dr. Boote .was
declared elected amidst uproarious
cheers from the assembled crowd.
The nominees for second lieutenant
were: Geo. H. Cumm(ng8, W. E. Bal,
Geo. Schrader and Chas. Crowell, a Ma
nila hero. Mr. Cummlngs having
worked his cards well came out ahead
of all his competitors with 28" votes,
and he waa declared elected second
lieutenant. Tho company then gate
Major Pratt three rousing cheers af
ter which the meeting adjourned.
Mapor Pratt Informed .the officers
that they would have to. go to Honolut-i
to be examined whenever they are or
dered from headquarters to that effect.
The meeting was enthusiastic through,
out. The company will commence drill
ing marching movements and facings
next week and It la likely that the
skating rink will be secured for a drill
shed as there Is .no other, (available
place In Walluku tor the purpose. Tho
company Is promised khaki suits from
Honolulu. Manual of arms will be
taught when the guns arrive and It Is
expected that the "Honolulu authorities
will not long delay sending them. The
personnel of Go. 1 1 takes; from amonij
professlpnal men, business men, .clerks
UfE OFFfeR FOR SALE
. " the home of C. J. Flhel,
corner of Lumlllo and Pllkol
StrettK8 room house, elec
tric lighted. 26 feet of
Price fT.OOO. ,
Also the adjolnlnc 6 room
house, with lot 41x200.
McClellan, Pond & Co.
Tel.'Main 69, Judd Building.'
sad working men of tt(l town. Thre
are natives, hslfwh'ltfs, boalea ami
t'ortdaiieae enlisted la the romnanv
tact harmony U pereeprlfje In the mit
up if the vsrlon'j 'ionalllles conitl-
muu.ino ran aui me. ins company
How looks forusrl with eater exnec
tattoa'to thstuft wheu'lhey will be
enabled not only to give prlte shoo.
Ings and exhibition drills but also a
military ball In Wstlukrf courthouro,
the piece where this Intsnt compsnv
was first organised.
CspttlnHrex of the Mounted Patrol,
who speaks) Spanls'h fluently, klnitl
Interviewed for the Bulletin the Porto
Rtcans whd arrived In the Rio de Jan
eiro In regard to lhe.atory In soma of
tho "Frisco paters .alia aeate of the lo
cal papers of bad treatment, received
by laeavwblle coming terete "the coun
try. Every one Mid he hsri beenVerv
ell treated and had nothing whateier
to complain about. The oafer uacom
.tollable experience was on the steamer
coming to thla port from' Ban FtancJn
cO but,, of course, this tould not be
Helped. Every one on the steamer win
in the same box. , ,
Ai'Jslalvlileca of laconerwsjeoe
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asaaw an xcwiieai uanaHa iiiuuui.
For sale by Iwakaml, Hotel street.
WW MAN'S 1EMIY
Prftsiinent Jen Htiiorarr Pall Betrtrs
-beployts for Twenty'-seTea-Yius
'iatetf Actatl BemnThe
Relifiooa SeTTi: ,
A large conewsrse attended the
funeral of the late-samea jl. Hop'pe
Uhlch took place from the hoosjtyf Vt,lns
and Punchbowl streeW.at.Jj clock yes
terday afternoon. It was a represen
tative gathering of the pest elessents
of Hoaolilu, to do twswt.tbej mem
ory of cltlseaCwho. for forty yearn.
haH aMnil fhA rllv'i wtmarfAm inif'ma.1
trlbuted-emlnently to. Itil ioT name
In'the business world., The house was
filled, and man people sat on benches
upon the lawn. t - ,
Rev. W. M, Klncadf paitqr of Central
Vnlonchurch, concluded the services.
The singing was by a quartet ronslit
lng of Mrs. Annis Montague Turne-,
Mr., and Mrs. Theo. Richards and W.
yr. Hall, accompanied on the piano by
Mrs. Cornelia B. Damon.
'The burial took place In Nuuanu
cemetery and the procession was a
long ono H. 11. Vllllama was the
undertaker In ch'arge. These were hon
orary1 palli bearers: John A. McCan
dless. Wm.u G,i Irwin, P. J. Wllhelui.
J. 0. Carter, jD. Atherton and M. S.
Grlnpaum. The actual pall .bearers
were Walter Akana, B. M. Malnae, Ju
lius Asch, W. M. Templeton, John A.
Templeton, Paul Helmnesr Ed. H. Pa
ris and Geo. Wong Blng, the first three
named having been In the late Mr.
The R. M. S. 'Warrlmoo In command
of Captain Phillips arrived In port from
Vancouver at 5:30 this morning, fjha
left Vancouver at 3 p. m. on the 14th
Inst From tho report of the purW,
Mr. Bellmalne, It Is evident that tho
ateamer encountered the same Btorm
experienced by the Sierra, Logan. Rio
and other steamers.
The purser makes the following re
port: Arrived at Victoria, 9 p. m., left
again at midnight, rounded Cape Flat
tery at 4:30 a. m. 16th, meeting freuh
SB Gale with high sea followed b
.strong BE and 8V gales with verv
heavy squalls which continued without
Intercession SntirDec. 20, the sen. be.
lng very .rough and high necessitating
the steamer's speed being reduced
throughout this period. On Dec. 21st
weather moderated and became bril
liantly fine with easterly, winds on 22d
Walluku Chrlatmaa Service
Walluku. Dec. 22. Rev. Win. Ault
will hold Cbrlstmus services at the Alt
llcan ch.ch In Wallufcu.next Tuesday
Christmas morning service will tako
place at 11 o'clock when Rev. Ault will
deliver a special sermon. The choir
has practiced several hymns apppro
prlate to the occasion. This evening
the members of the Women's Oulld will
give a social at the home of Miss Hoiih.
Special attention levelled to the dis
play of toytvsnd Xmas goods at L. B
Kerr tCo.'s. vAJull line Is In stock
end of the very finest.
Services at St. Clement's ClmpM
Christmas Day Holy Comnltmlnn, 7
n, m.; Morning prayer and Holy Com
munion, 11 u. m.
Tcwsteecutlve Committee of the Indepeent Home lttilesrlr met
In hesdqaarters this noon iX, after'a flfisl dltcunlonjonitlft char
ter committee, anounced the following names as being those who
had consented td act Mkth mmlttre of thirty: f
R. N. DOYD.
t 8. MmtKliLA,
J. K. KA)UAv,
J. CqUINN 1
V. It. KAIMMAI,
E. C, HOWE.
J. M. KEALOllA,
JOHN CABSIDY, ,
C C. BITTIKO ' v " (
' PRINCE D. KA'WANANAWOA,".
' C. J. M'CARTHY,
' D. CROWNINOBURQ,
WM, RINOER, '
Th rharter ranmlHM of the lurfuMaHeftt Hnm RtiU nartv
meet In Foster iiall on Wsklneadar
Itatlon. the choice of oflcera and
mlttees necessary In the work of
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tm NEW BtW'OM, MASS
fj tfH WtxriBeo This Moning
Botrad for Lihue Fltntation-Ro
Desertions or Scare Stories
The arrival of the R. M. S. Warrlmoo
this morning from Vancouver with 'a
cargo of Portuguese laborers for the
Llhuo plantation' on Kauai was the
most Interesting matter connected with
the steamer or In fact of the watrr
front. These laborers and their fsmi
lies comnrlse' the 'second batch
has arrived here wfthlnuhe Vast-forty-
eight hours and hall from New Bed-
medlate'ly upon thBrrlvsJvof. tpfJkaMid Is apactailea mlghlibe Uken
p alongslda when the,laborers were
hustled on bosrd without delay,, Thl
Kalulanl remained qultejt while along
side owing to some matters connected
with the baggage. This question being
settled the Wilder boat waa Uken In
tow by the tug Fearless and anchored
in the stream Just off shore, where, this
afternoon the passengers will be trans
ferred baggsge and all to the steamer
Walaleale and taken to rthe Llhuo
plantation to which place they are. con
signed. The party consists of fourteen wo
men, eighteen children and sixty men,
making a total of ninety-two peopl".
The officers of the Warrlmoo that
brought them here say that they-are
'glad to be rid of them. In speaking
with one of the officers he said, that
owing to the rough weather and lha
laziness and utter lack of ambltlonjtho
majority of the men laid, Jn their bun'r.s
for six dsys and .In order to clem
their quarters and prevent, the possi
bility of disease breaking out the ship
resorted to the effective method of
smoking them out by using biickets of
live hot coals and sulphur.
These people were extremely for
tunate as compared with the lot that
came In the Rio as one-half of the lat
ter are scattered over various parts of
Chrlatmaa Band Concert.
The bond will play the following se
lections at a concert on tho Capitol
grounds Christmas day, beginning at 'J
March Holy Days Herbett
Overture Merry Christmas ....Pettpe
Four Hawaiian, songs t '
(a) Ksplllna. lb) Wolanuenue.
(c) Aloha no Wau. (dr&Ioanl ke
Miss Kelllaa and Mrs. Alapal.
Grand International Musical Con
gress .' Souza
The Sweet Old Melodies . , . ." Dalbty
Four Haole Songs
(a) Since We Said Oood-bye.
(b) Her Name Is Rose.
(c) Believe Me Love.
(d) Maggie O'Connor.
Fantasia Andaluslan Ixve Dream
Finale Ma Tiger Lily and 8molfy
Tbe Star Spangled Banner.
Walluku, Dec. 22. David Center, as
sistant manager, Bpreckelsvlllo plsnta
Hon, Is convalescing after a severe III
ness of malarial fever and complica
tions of liver trouble, Dr Armltage U
the aHcndlng physician
TI1D WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN I'KN. All sites, all shapes. II
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A. U C. ATKtNflON.
KDMUND II. MART,
JOHN II. WI1.80N, '
JOHN II. WWK. '
J. D. HOLT.
D. P. R. ISENllF.no, jt
P. J. TE8TA, t
W. V. IRVtNE.
CAIT. J. R0S8.
J..M. 'ItPCPOB, '
U'lMk, DffE. f
t. M. KUPIHEA,
C. W. BOOTH,
J. N. NAKOOKOO. ,4
evening for the purpose oWgagj.
the Selection of the variaja cogW ,
framing a charteto, be pre
JAPANESE TEA tAlitf
on PAcmc units
YM-Thetaiud Dolkrs trill bJent
' Two-story BaildinffUndsyipe
Gtrdeaisg ud I ire(
An entirely novel attraction tor Ho
nolulu Is to be provided onv Paclfio
Heights. It Is a Japanese tea gsrdec,
operated by a Japanese company. The
site baa been selected near the reser
voir and overlooking Pauoa valley. It
lnedeed takes In part of the reservo'r
Mr. Otsuga, a representative of the
company, ls already at- work on the
landscape gardening preliminaries. He
Is a reflned aaeeli&An nf hla rirp. niil
iopHi course proivwor. me company
engages to spend IIOOA In improving
tne property. "t win ham
building for lookout, refreshment and
amusement purposes. All the appoint-
menta will be In Japanese style.
Mr. Otsuka told a Bulletin reporte-,
who met him on the Heights Saturday,
that the gardens would have an arti
ficial lake with an Island In the mlddla
of It The plaCo would be modeled
somewhat after one In Ban Francisco
of which he Is tbe promoter. One mem
ber of the concern U a chemist and will
manufacture fireworks for day and
night exhibitions at the gardens. A
glimpse of this gentleman from a mov
lng electric car revealed no lesa dis
tinguished looking personage than the
Mr. pesky, promoter of Pacific
Heights addition, wlll'reserve a control
over the Japanese tea-garden which
wilt be k guarantee of 'its respecUblc
New York, December M- The Times
prinU the following t New opposition to
the American Sugar Refining Company Is
developing. 1 1t comes jtom twa sources.
The twofold opposition comes first from
the Arbuckles and second from Phllsdl
phla Interests, and Is adrttTTra by Her
man Sielecken, who Is at the head of the
American Company's coffee business, and
who Is generally credited, with being clos
er to President Havemtyer than any other
man In the trade.
Briefly outlined. It may be said that the
plan of the Arbuckles Is to build a new
refinery equal In capacity and even other
respect to ana ajjoining tne present one
In Brooklyn. So tar as the Philadelphia
opposition Is concerned, "not much of a
definite nature Is known, At the office of
AtDucKie urowers James in. Jams tam:
"I refuse absolutely to talk on the matter:"
President Havemeyer would not discuss
I Martha la Free.
Marfha, tho native woman from Wal
mca, Kauai, charged with child steil
lng, appeared In the Police Court this
forenoon. Deputy Sheriff Chilling
worth explained to Judge Wilcox that
the complaining witness, tbe grand
mother of tho child who was Uken to
Kauai, did not care to pusG (lie cano.
Tho matter had been patched up and
tbe prosecution did not care to take uny
further steps In the matter. There had
been fault on both sides on the deten
dant and the little girl. The defendant
waa thereupon told she was free to gt
where she pleased.
Read Thla and Be Happy.
New York, Dec. 15. At 1 o'cloJt
this morning the record for tho winter
up to date was IS degrees aboo zero.
Manuel Marques Ferrelra, a nntlo ut
Madeira, died of old ago at Herrtutih
and Punchbowl striets, Ills yeu's
were 89. "
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By Governor's Council
At Its Meeting
SNA! STRUCK IN
CR9SS1N8 OF RIVER
(tap No. to be Diseoatinned-rLand
on isp Unade to be Imd-Uc-Kinley
, There was a long'sesalon of the Gov
eraor's Council' this forenoon to attend
,toAraatters of business that had beerf
piling up lor the pasftifcr Veeks while
Governor Dote-vsa su uiiUimi. K
oal, Tfce first avUtttMci$fti jwaa a
aich of applications ' fro frkrlous
places In the Territory' . or licenses to
ael light wine and beer. Some of
these were granted and others were de
ferred or reTused outright. JU.OJtis
reuy, me (secretary of Uuf .Itpaetjfig,
went away to Pearl City before the de
liberations of the council had Wn
completed, the. Governor could not give
the reporters all tha names of those to
whom-Ilcenses1 were granted as well as
hoee who Were put oft until -a later
date or refused.
A psrt ofthe Rapid Transit line was
approved by the government. This line
runs frorn'Lntha street to and along
Klna. across the Nuuanu stream to Ho
tel and Alakea, ilown Alakea to (fileti
and South, up South to King and along
King to Alapal. The only exception
which tbe meeting took- to this line
waa the place of crossing tbe Nuuanu
stream. The franchise obulned by the
company glvea tbe right to cross at a
p61nt on King street which would In
jure the front near the bridge as It
would cut diagonally across the place.
For this reason. It wa deemed beat
ioallow thla part of tbe Hoe to stand
over In order that an attempt might
be made to bare tbe crossing of the
road at another pnt It Is very likely
that the government and the Rapid
Transit people will 'come to some sat
isfactory understanding about the mat
ter before the next meeting .
The matter of an exchange o( land on
the extension of Kukul street betweeu
Nuuanu and River streets, was
.brought up. It was reported that the
betterments, etc., had been reported to
the owner, a native woman and that
there was stilt a balance of $1100. This
was satisfactory to the woman and fo
Reports from the Board of Health,
recommending the cessation of Relbif
Camps 1 and 2 were read, this recom
mendation having been made on ac
count of the Insanitary condition of the
premises. In tho case of the first, Mr,
McCandless was authorised (o close tbe
place at once. In regard to the second,
Mr. McCandless reported that the sani
tary condition of the place had been
Improved since the report of the Board
of Health had been made. This was
found possible on account of the re
cent Improvement of the road In the
vicinity, permitting tbe excavators to
get near tho place.
Mr. McCandless was authorised to
soil the buildings of 'the camp that are
owned by the government, thess EU1IJ
Ings to be removed from the premises
within thirty days if bought by ony
other persons than those owning the
premises. It Is understood that Mr.
Mtlcbards and those who are associated
with him In the work at tho camp,
have decided to buy the buildings from
tbe government and further that they
will carry pn a business enterprise
there. I t
Mr. McCandless reported rapid prog
ress In the work on the cew govern
ment road from tbe park out around tho
mauka part of Diamond Head, ne fur
ther reported that a suitable place for
a quarry had been found on govern
ment land In Maklkl, making tneT con
dcmnatlon of land at the foot of Tanta
Mr. McCandless was authorized to
advertise for lease, two lots on the es
planado now used for piling cost from
vessels of the C.-A. S. S. line, the upset
price to be $50 a month and tho limit of
time to bo five years. Mr. McCandless
was also authorised to lease the prop
erty near Wllders wharves recently
returned to the Hawaiian government
by tbe United States Government, tin
terms to be the same as In the other
two lots. ,
The reslgnaTlon ot 0. B, Robertson
aa district magistrate at Walluku
Maul, to take Dtfcct on the first day of
January, was read and accepted, Al
though no one Ifus yet been appointed
In IiIh place, It Is prett) uell limliv
stood (hut Mr. McKay Is the man wlu
ulll get It.
()6mnor Dole showed the newspsner
men lhr following rotnmunlrstlon
CtnutUe Mention, Wanhlngton, Dec.
Dear Oovernftr Dole Your fsvor of
the 20th ultimo has been rrcrltnt'hnd I
have been much grntlfled by t yoi.r
friendly words of congratulation.
I'lrsne accept my cordial thanks and
tiellevn me to be.
Very sincerely yours,
ISIgned.J Wtl.UAM M'KINI.EY.
Hon. Kanford It. Dole, Executive Cham
ber, Honolulu. II. I.
The Christmas service st St. An
drew's Cathedral will be as follows:
Christmas Eve Ktensong, 7 p. ru
Christmas Dsy Holy Communion. 6
a, m.; Holy Communion (choral), ? X
m.; mattlns and sermon. 11 a. m.; pule
ablahl, 3:30 p. m. Evensong, 7:30 p.
Dean The lit. Rev. the Bishop of
Honolulu. Parish priest, Rev. V. H.
TO FIMi WIETIER IT IS
WNSTITUTWNAL M frtT
Wait AttoriMj. Brocks Had tt Say
Aboutj t-M Matter on
tie Police Court
Ah Sung and Lock Slu appeared In
the Police Court thuuforenoon on the
charge ot unlawful possession of
opium. The two men were caught In
a den In Kapalama Saturday ntgnt "Chi
defendanU were represenUd by Attor
ney Brooks. The case of Ah Bung wss
discharged. Mr. Brooks sUted tbst the
other defendant would plead guilty to
tbe charge ot having opium In posses
sion but would not admit that such
passesfrioa was unlawful. This amount
ed to a plea of not guilty and so tho
,-ftM waa trlMt. J x
" ... ,
The only wltneaa tor the prosecution
was Depaty Sheriff Chllllngworth.
When he had finished, there was no
doubt whatever that Lock Slu bad
been caught with opium In his posses
sion. Just here, Mr. Brooks, showed
a certificate from a duly licensed phy
sician to the effect that It was' absolu
tely necessary for the defendant to
have opium. The attorney for the' de
fense went on to say that the China
man was old and that ho had absolute
ly no money. He was not getting 1
cent for defending the man. Would It
not be well to suspend sentence on the
matter for the space of sixty days.
Just here, Mr. Brooks made the
statement that he had a stipulation
from the Attorney General with refer
ence to the opium law. Its constltu
tlonaltty was to be tried. The case of
Lock 8lu might go over until that tlm.
It the law was held to be constitu
tional, tbe case cquld be moved on.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth object
ed to, this on the ground that, tf the
precedent was set,, there would be olo.
er attorneys asking for the suspension
ot sentence on the same ground. Judyo
Wilcox said be would tako the case
under advisement and Attorney Brooks
promised to see the physician at tho
government dispensary and attempt to
get his client a regular permit ti
Tho first Sunday concert, In Hono
lulu turned out most successfully. The
house was well filled with a represen
tative and appreciative audience. Many
of tho numbers were encored perforce
although tbe time limit restrained Ihn
general desire for more. The house
was most orderly, smoking was strict
ly prohibited and after tho concert
many congratulations were extended
Of the soloists all won hearty encores
and all save Kurkamp and Miss Ray
mond who contented themsehes wlti
bows responded. Miss Le Clalro was
at her best last night, her "Ave Marin"
brought her hearty applause that help
ed her to sing the Holy City with a fer
vor and voice hitherto hidden from her
admirers. Miss Raymond played Schu
bert's Serenade with a tenderness cf
tono and feeling seldom achieved on h
cornot Kurkamp rendered "It With
All Your Hearts" from "Elijah" with
perfect mastery of quality of tone and
dramatic effect. The sextette achieved
a tour de force The selection was
really magnificently rendered. Rock
well and Adams as bass and baritone
with Kurkamp and Melvln tenors
blended happily with Miss Le Claire's
soprano and Mrs, Cohen's fine central
Is a golf enthusiast, isn't
Several Ghurch Members) ;
Anticipate Special .
BUY W. I. ASILEY'S MME
IN TWRST9N AVENUE
Will Put the Property in Trust a!
at Disposal of Pastor UatU Um
Central Union chtirch, at a congrega
tional meeting last Wedaeedsy night.
appointed a committee as- thla ;nepcr
haa reported to Investigate and report
upon a parsonage for Itt 'minister. A
chance ot a hlgBly desirable property
came up before the committee had fair
ly got Its bearings, and some leading
members of the church contributed tbe
money and bought tbe place.
It Is the new mansion and lot Of W.
Geo, Ashley In Thurston avenue. The
contributors were quick to grasp the
opportunity and assume tbe'reeopasl
blllty. as" another offer of tSOO Bums
tban the price given was already out
standing1.' Tho -lot Is av trifle over half an acre.
Besides being commodious and fitted
with modern Improvements, the, two
story house has large rooms on the
ground floor peculiarly well adapted
for pastoral receptions. It commands
a splendid view of the fiounUlns, the
city, and '-the 'ocean, while the elevated
site la always bathed in purest air.
The property will be temporarily put
In trust by the contributors .so that the
church may have time to decide wheth
er or not to taku It over as a oarson-
age. In the meantime thV'pWe Ifsfe &
the disposal ot tbe pastor, Rev. W. M.
Klncald. under the trusteeship. The
sale waa made through McClellan.
Pond t Co , and tbe price was $17,0
There Is a new program, at the Or
pheum tonight especially selected for
Christmas week. Lillian Jeanette who
arrived on tbe Rio Is a new attraction
with a happy family ot trained cocka
toos. Kurkampv Miss Raymond, Miss
Le Claire and Adams have fresh selec
tions that they have been eeervlng for."
this week. Llttlo Claire Fex and tha
other artists will combine to give a
first class bill.
In honor ot his 78th birthday Dr.
J. S. McGrew enlertalned tbe following
at bis country home yesterday: Mr.
fend Swansy, Mrs. J. B. Castle, Dr. and
Mrs. Meyers, Dr. Hoffmann, P. 3L
llatch, Mr. aria1 Mrs. White, OK" and
Mrs. C. B. Cooper.
A complete new stock of
been received at L. B. Kerr Co. a
shoe store, corner Fort and Hotel
ttreeU and will be sold at the merest
shaving of proflU. ""
John Rooney, well known In steau
shlp circles, has aucceeded E. Buffaa- V
deau as purser ot the Rio de Janeiro.
We employ two German and ora '" ,
Scotch master 1akera at New Englani
. i j
We have Enough Ties In stock to .
suply all tbe ,
Laiies ef Hutlili.
These SUPPERS arelnVkl
Kid and Patent Leather, and ef
the LATEST EASTERN FASH
IONS., They are, without the
least bit of exageratlon, the I
Stylish Line of SLIPPERS ever
placed on Sale In Honolulu.
They are on exhibition
In out ffi&i
Prlcca Range From tK
I.SO to $t.m. r ?.vB
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