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TMH KVRNINO MJI.I.feTINt HONUI MA', M t.. MONDAY, llPCPMHIiK H. ro
Menu, irokeri in4 .
II. I', IIAI.DWIN ...
J. II, LASUli
W. M. Al.tiVAMll k
j. i'. cook i! Twy
W. O. SMITH Secretary anal AweTWW
Have the most
of Holiday Novelties
Ever Brought to
Honolulu and, for
the convenience of
Shoppers, their store
will remain open
Every Evening up
N.S. Sachs Dry. Goods Co.
Jobbers and Retailers.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, .$48,860
W. 0, AchI President A Manager
M. K. Nkuln... .Vice President
J. Makatnal .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Desha - .......Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Jonah Kumalaa, ,
The above Company .will' bay, lease,
or sell lanXi in all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has houses in the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers Jb Dealers
XW Wa viU Bo n bait Baal litaU la
all parts ol tha group.
Cr We will BaUFroparUMonBaaaoa.
OFFICE. 10' WEST KlWG STREET
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs'
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title . . .
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
HOTEL STREET, netr Fort
Hot and Cold Baths, 25c tH.
Mrs. D. W. Roach C. A. Hldlnger
40 vears practice, references If desired.
All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned
and Repaired. Office with the Hawalhn
Iron Fence and Monument O., 170 to iBo
, Kes. Occidental Hotel,
Si-jm Lincoln Block
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kameharaehs
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTB.
We MEET the
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
P, O. Box T3 Utind CorrsponJnci Sollchci.
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
CatholU Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEbL
Union St. near, Hotel 150a
STi 1 1 IK
FERNERY R0BBE TO
BRIGHTEN UP HOSPITAL
Young Ladie3 Wind Up in Police Court
Where They Are Properly Talked
To Christmas Story of
Wailuku, Dec 22. The school ehll
drcn of the Wailuku Union school wcio
Riven n picnic yesterday nt Knhulul by
their teachers, Mrs. W. A. McKay nnd
the Misses Margaret Nape and Howei.i
Richardson. The children declared that
they had a most enjoyable time at Kc
During the absence of Mrs. .McKay
some girls took advantage of It and
went and purloined all her magnificent
ferns growing In the hot house. One of
them took a bunch of maiden hair to
the sisters at Malalanl hospital, and
on being questioned where they got the
ferns replied that they were from Mrs.
Lamb's (one of the Inmates) fernery et
Iao valley. Mrs. Lamb of course told
the girls to bring down the rest which
they did In quick order, and la n short
time the quarters of the mstrr at Mn
lulanl hospital were bowers of green
ferneries. Dut lo, when Mrs. McKiy
got homo that evening, j.hiv discovered
that all her ferns wero m'sslng. Tht
police were notified and the girls uud
the ferns were located.
Six of the girls appeared before
Magistrate Robertson this morning to
answer to charges of larceny to which
the girls pleaded Mtltty, and the Magis
trate dismissed them nil with a fair
warning. These glrU do not belong to
the Wailuku school mil tho majority of
them did not know where their ring
leaders got the ferns from ns they
only helped transfer their booty to the
JUDGE ROBERTSON RB6IGN6.
Wailuku. Dec. 22. First District
Magistrate O. B. Robertson of Walluk'i
has tendered his resignation to tako
effect January 1st. 1901. when W. .A
McKay will be reinstated. Mr. Robert
son has proved himself to be a very
fa(r and Judicious magistrate during
the nine months he haa held the Judi
cial ermine of tho Wailuku dlstrl:t
court. Mr. Robertson will open n busi
ness agency In Wailuku In connection
with the Maul News and his friends
wish htm success In his new enterprise.
"Friends, Respect the Dend '
In a Llvernool theater some time
ago a melodrama was performed which
had a peculiarly grim ending, for no
less than six of the" characters at the
close of the fourth act lay dead, upon
the stage. Then It was the curtain's
turn. It ought to have come down,
hut It stuck badly. The "dead" In1
camo restless. They peeped at earn
other, wondering If they would ever b."
released from their awkward positions.
Then the audience began to titter; It
tittered more; then It laughed outright.
The situation had become Intolerable,
when ono of the "dead" rose, solemnly
faced the audience, and, raising" bis
hand beseechingly, said, "Friends, ic
spect the dead!" 'Then he went bark
and lay with his friends, and the laugh
ter broke-out afresh. There was nolo
Ing for it but that tho "dead" should
solemnly walk off, one nfter the other.
Kepolkal's 30th Birthday
Wailuku, Dec 22. Hon. A. N. Kepol.
kaf attained his 39th blrthdav rut
Wednesday, Dec. 17th. Dut lng the af
ternoon an excellent dinner was given
nt the homo of Mr. Kepolkri to which
a few of his most Intimate friends were
Invited. Among the immlcr vero
Messrs. K. Hoffmann, W. T Robin
son, T, R. Lyons, Geo. II. Curamlnas
and Jas. N. K. Kcola. .
A great disappointment wnc tho lot
of n man whose geographlcnl knowl
edge was not his strong point. Ho
thought for long where he would go fi-r
asummer holiday, and at last decided
upon Harrogate, whero he went to 3
large hotel.. In tho morning he wra
early up, and astonished the wnltcr by
asking him the nearest way to the Be.i!
When ho discovered that It was within
neither walking nor driving distance
ho was extremely Irate, and wondered
what on earth was meant by calling it
n watering place. "Plenty'nf water, sir.
Pump room, sir, smells much stronger
than the sea, sir!" Australian Star.
W. .Ilerlowltz, C. F. Rush, L. A. An
drews, Mrs. McCorrlston, W. F. Torbi-s,
II. Watorhouse, Mrs. Emily Rice, J.
K. Ilurkctt nnd C. Oraham were among
tho arrivals from Kauai ports In tho
W 0. Hall Sunday.
iiViVfVtiViiViViYrT. E"2o to carry
:1 MAGIC slg-zwayto
IMUSPI euro a hond-
I WAFERS 5 ache
?i.1.V.,.,.',,.,.,.,.,.,.,..V)" I" t H ilrnsK'ti.
llllo. pec. SI. During Hip past twit
years the Walaken Mill Co. have com
pletely renewed thn various portions of
tlilr mill, no that now It contains the
latest nnd most approved machinery
In erry particular atul la one of the
lull equipped mills upon the Island,
with coricaponCing excellent results In
quality of product nnd sating of time,
labor and expense In production. Mr.
C. C. Kennedy tins Just completed tin
Installation of the rercnlly devised
system of evaporation known as the
I.llllc Triple Meet, which was firm
Introduced to the Islands about two
. - . Al l.-l.ll. ...l.t..
i years hrii ni uhiiu innniniiun. nine i
ndoptcd It shortly nftcr It was lnent-
ed. Walakca Is as yet the only plant!
Hon upon this Island which has In
stalled this system although Honokia
and I'ahala will have It In this year,
and It will be considered an, essential
feature In tho equipment of all mills
hereafter. A written description of
the mechanical details of the LUlle Tri
ple Effect cannot be made clear with
out drawings and some elementary
knowledge at least, of the manufacture
of sugar, but the point of Interest to
the reader will be that It causes a sav
ing to the plantation of men and ttmo
such as but few If any Inventions In
sugar machinery havo. Mr. Kennedy
sa'ys that the output of sugar per day
this year over that of last will be not
less than twenty-five tons, enabling as
It does tho work of production to com
mence much earlier In the day and con
tinue to a much later hour, wtillJita,
various automatic features allowJmoU
or less of the manual labor to be dis
The Wnlakca Mill Co. has also In
stalled a complete set of new bolters
this year, tho contract for which wni
taken by Wery & Carter. A new smoke
stack 130 feet In height has also been
built the present year. Many tons o(
Bteel entered Into the construction and
It Is lined with 20,000 bricks. Iy you
don't believe It count them, the draft Is
strong enough to carry you to the top,
This Is bolted firmly to a massive
foundation of stone and concrete nnd la
unique. In that It Is supported by guyr
Manila. Dec, 13. The. Taft Commit
tee has passed an act authorizing Gen
eral MacArthur to establish police In
tho cities and towns and appropriating
$150,000 for their maintenance.
Commissioner Wright, who is assign
ed to supervise the establishment of i
constabulary, among other duties, said
the establishment of a local police
force was a necessary feature of clvl
government nnd was approved by tho
military government. An act was also
passed providing for the retention In
office of the municipal councillors elect
ed under order of the military gover
nor under a general municipal law was
passed. Tho terms of somo of thn
councillors expire In January. The elec
tlons for councillors are suspended.
Finally a bill was passed directing
the civil service board to examine nnd
report on tho readjustment of the s.'l
arles of civil employes.
Circuit Court Chambers
Judge Humphreys has ordered Judg
ment entered for plaintiff In the suit of
Cecil Brown vs. Theresa O, Wilcox,
Thomas R, Lucas and Charles Wilcox.
W.' II. Cornwell answers tho com
plaint of J. A, Magoon with a general
The annual account of i:. F, Rlahop,
trustee of tho. estate of Jas. G, Hay
selden, balances at $2420.60. Tho value,
of tho estate is $30,548.33.
Dong Young Kee has discontinued
his 'suit against the New Zealand In
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.iiiKriH itVnoexperirnent M- M
PPCrairH when you insist on getting Cyrus Noble Whiskey. H H
W--fM Lcavc experimenting (o others. 1 Buy goods, iJ VW
T-J- ' i jhat you know are right. H fflb
Hf SVsVaS-B for seventy years we have been trying to pro Wi
-Kk Lf Wt M 3 the bt pMible Wick. for thejeajj m
mr"fm MMtKstasitMik. !H Mt
ssssssssssssssHL EKjL. M h " MM Btr K4l"whskey 'H jri)
BmtMlfk m is dWHIetl from rtvt iMstjcjtKttdjnj.- sB MR
HrrrHlllnssss'SIsssssssssssssI (tt is STX years in Wood. H 'M
IHHH winj)nrrrtri1 alone.; H ,I8m
EEZm llaissssssssssssssssssssssssssssl V'3tWb
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B W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd., EKT8i 3fc, 1 1
. i tilt M
. u.Vn ,-. . - ...liA fft i 1 ill I i ii Hr.lt osti i i In. ifl'iii iTanmsoailiili ins .r' ' roMrtfriMirrolraii-ttalr aroMlll asaf, ii itaiiiiiiilrJraMraMiJramJjrn
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AT THIS .
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornwr Atssrulitint nnd Nuumiu WtM.,
iiIho HOTI2L. 81'., opposite Utithul.
rllAT More Suitable 'Xtnas Present
titan one of those Handsome "UP
ATB" Electric I'l.tno or Heading
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office and Salesroom,
Alakea St., Makai of Merchant St.
P. O. BOX 144. "PHONE" JOO.
rp.AMtBrcir.nsoN a. co.
It- M C
Honolulu tobacco Co.,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
JuBt Arrived ex. Zealandla
Owl Club Cigars,
Celebrated Hotel Brunswick Cigars.
AWARDED GOLD AtLDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, loco.
New Goods, .
Tobacco Boxes, Etc. Military Brushes.
PERFUMES and TOILET WATERS.
HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY,
A. H. OTIS. Von Holt Block,
PERFUMES, PERFUME CASES, TOILET SETS
Roger 6- Gallet's, Plnaud's,
and other makes, at Reduced Prices.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
rOUNG UNDER COM
M. " IUUKA
Kine Street. 0. A. Bisrbi:k.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Sflgir Ficttrs aid
AGENTS rOR ,
Hawaiian Commercial It Sufar Co i
uiaa sugar uo,
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pah Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugit Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and trkiif.l S. 3. BJ.
W.6. Irwin &8o
Western Bugar Refinery Co., of
Baldwin Locomotive Work,
Philadelphia, Penn., U. 8. A-
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Ni
Cane Shredder), New York, U. B.
n. unianat co.'s Chemical r
Alex. Cross ft Sons, hlgk erf.
tllltcrs for Caqe and CoSa.
Reed's Steam Pfoe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
Pararane Paint Co.'s P. B.
and Papers; Lucol and
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water padnt),
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement,
CASTLE & COOKB.
xu tw Piiuu c.
n W.l.lu. Attlrollpftl CH 1 1
Tkt K ob.lt Sor.r C
zu wiiuu su.t inn c
Tkt Kalo AplciilMfil C.
Tto Fulton Iron Wort,, St 1m), .
Tb.SUH.rd Oil Co.
Tb. Go. F. Bliba Si4a Pin,
Tbo Now Eotloa4Llf.lt.ortKtO.oiB..
Tbo Am. Flro lot. Co. of Htnfort, lta
TW Alllowt Atwtsct eLf I tiilts
fVm. G. Irwin ft Ct.
Wm. a. Irwin.. President and ifasarsara
Clans Sprockets Vice Presddaa.
w. m. uinaru ..second vie. Pretrial
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Tree, ul I
Geo. J. Rom
aasrn of txa
K3IANI0 STI1MSHIP OOMPAstT
OF HAW FBANOIBOO. OAX.
QUEBN 8To. - HONOLULU,
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
i ne isaioise insurance Co,
Union Gas Ent Ine Co.
Domestic Sewlni Math n. Ha.
BB(BWB1 CO., Iifi,
nawtiiaw ArtKurauaU uam. im
Cortotny. Ooult Saotr f
tlula SnBr Plamt r. - y '
Sot" Co . Htlotktlt Ruxb Co.,
rrtiinioj oani Gov. aVtSS. jtfB
k Co.. MoTtMBSSrl9
v.oro onrtiri - o?in
TJBT OF OFFICTM8 E
O. M. Oooke, FretUdenti Otwrsat . H
Robertaou, Manasairi EL 9. B&ass'H
Treasurer and BeorsUnri Ool. W. 1 l
Allen, Audit in P. C. JonM, H. WsasiiViJM
house, Geo. R. Carter. Urnim. iM