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FostOacs Dot 711
MONDAY DKCKMnKR 21, liw!
Here's hoping 'tat electric lights do
not celebrate Christmas eve by going
The Duletln eitenda hearty greetings
of the Mason to Ita warm friends and
bitter enemies. The former are legion
the latter few and of a class of human
nature whoee antagonism cttrftllshts
the honest character of those whom
they attack, A Merry Christmas 'o
Thanka to Hawaii's acceptance of
American rule, Cbrlstmaa In this Ttr
rltory rinds the people more nearly ap
rroachlng tho equality taught by
Christ, than eter before In tho history
of Its people. May the standards ot
Christian manhood eter keep step with
the widening scope of personal politi
The late J. A. Hopper was one of tho
pioneers who gavo conservative
strength and unquestioned Integrity to
the business development of the Isl
ands. Mr. Hopper started In business
here with no other capital than honest
purpose and willingness to warlchard.
Ills reward was financial success anJ
tho high esteem ot citizens of all
Ono has not to go beyond the Hay
Pauncefoto treaty to And a. good sized
obstacle to the speedy construction of
the Nicaragua canal. The Senate
amendments are certainly In lino with
the prevailing aentlmenti but when the
Senate Is through with the treaty it
will be In such a condition that Great
Britain Is likely to withhold ratifica
tion, It the canal waits for an under
standing between the United Statia
and Great Drltaln, It will nevr be
built. The only thing Uncle Sam can do
Is to go ahead and dig his canal, and
let the British Hon roar till It Is tired.
"B. -Bryan, editor." Js the new folo
'the' great American candidate: Wil
liam J. Bryan has signified his Inten
tion to assume. Mr. Bryan has had
aufflclent advertising at the expense of,
his party to mako either a newspaper,
or theatrical company under his man
agement an assured eucesg at least
temporarily. Judging from hla mora
recent campaign utterances, his teach
Ings will be expenalve to the people
at any price. At the cloao of the cam
paign Bryan stood as the great leader.
not of American principle, but ot put
ting class against class by appeals to
Had a military company In battle
suffered losses In proportion to Tue
company of Porto Weans since they
left their homes, the horrors of war
would be properly exemplified. In tills
inatance the hardy band of 56 stand is
a bright and shining example ot tho
strenuous war ncalnst ralsrepreie'rrCi-
tlon that must be waged If Hawaii Is
to obtain the labor It requlrea from the
Mainland. Beset with an array o!
l bugabos that would grace a Democratic
campaign piauorm 11 is pernaps re
markable that the sturdy one-third
have been landed decently and lb order
at their destination. If San Francisco
Is to continue making a business of
misrepresenting Hawaii the best thing
our people can do Is to patronize ofhir
means ot transportation than those
having San Francisco terminals. Tin
first lot having been landed It ought to
be comparatively easy to recruit oth
ers from the same field since It Is cer
tain the reports returned wljl.be ot an
entirely different nature from the In
formation handed out along the lino ot
Surpassingly beautiful was tho
, music at Central Union church yester
v day at both service. The chorusts
were magnificent being rendered by u
choir ot 40 voices. Great credit la dun
in this conectton to Mrs. Yarndley, who
had charge ot the music for the day and
under whose special care the choral
numbers were prepared. A quartet
-with boIo parts by Mrs. Allan White
'and Mr. Prouty and accompaniment of
the full choir was ono of tho beiit
pieces of the morning. The offertory
by Mrs. White was also most on-
3 Joyable. In the evening the music by
(the choir was entirely from Handera
oratorio of The Messiah. The choir
again did fine work In these chorusea,
tho choral work as a whole being of
tho best that has ever been heard here.
Mr, Prouty's fine baritone voice was
again heard In a recitative and Miss
iQrlswold also sang a recltatlvo behldo
jthe aria, "0 Thou That Tellest." Ora
i,torlo work Is Miss Grlswold's forto and
. Is for this work that she Is studyjn,
he certainly rendered tho above num-
ers with exceeding great vocal skill.
be sen Ice was concluded by the grund
Bllallelujuh chorus by the full choir.
WThe Iloderlck Dhu, over 20 days out
v "yni the Coast for Hllo Is expected at
"dt port dally. Unless sho shows 'jn
e are many who will miss their
Mr, l)e Holt resumed hit speech
aaalnit Mr, Magoon, In Chrlsffry vs.
Magoon, on the opening of the Hu
preme Court this Horning and was atlll
holding forth when noon recess was
railed. He hat presented torn strong
matter to be answered, eiplalned or
Helen Rowland answer the com
plaint of the Honolulu Investment As
sociation with a general, denial., The
action Is to quiet title.
George Waahlngton Bmlth and Han
Bah Kalwl antwtr the bills of fore
closure mortgsge ot 8. C. Allen aud
Ida E. Lamb, respectively, giving con
sent to tho prayers, but praying that
th eorder sales ahall be the Kwa
lands first. School street property aec
ond, and Walpfula property In Nuuanu
In the federal court, Judge Kstee re
ferred the latest habeas corpus case--that
of a Chinese woman refused lan I
lng to Commissioner W. J. Robinson
to take testimony.
George Henry Pldgeon, Canadian,
was naturalized, Kmll C. Peters was
admitted to practice In the United
States courts of the Territory, on mo
tion of Frank E. Thompson.
Tho court adjourned until 10 a. m.
FINE MINCE, CRANBERRY, SQUASH AND
No Delivery on Christmas Day.
Love's Bakery, y
Telephone 282. NUUANU ST.
Extra Craiberry aid
to All Parti of the City.
Elite Ice Crean Parlors,
HART & COMPANY, LTD.
Closing Notice." y-
THE HONOLULU MARKET CO.,
LtdWllPdose'on Christmas Day, Tues
day, December isjh, at 10 a. m.
HONOLULU MARKET CO., LTD.
THE METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
will close on Christmas Day, Tuesdiy,
December 25th, at 10 0 clock a. m.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
THE UNDERSIGNED GROCERS
will close all day (Christmas and New
Years) Tuesday, Dec. 25th, and January 1.
H. MAY & CO., LTD.,
LEWIS & CO.,
1720-it SALTER & WAIfY.
HART & CO.,
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PAILORS
Fine Chocolates and Confections,
Ice Cream and Ices Water.
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living In
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Mevei
my plumbing business to Fort
St. opposite the Club Stables,
Telephone, White 3571, where
I have In stock the following
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlckle p'ated trimmings;
also wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet stylex.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cove.
Slop Sinks, enameled Iron.
Hot Water BollersandStands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
mings, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, fin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran
teed. Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., Sanitary Plumber.
For the Holidays
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PllNB CUT QLA8S
art METAL MIC A
Bethel Street, Household Department.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Call and see copies of the OLD MASTERS at the
. FORT ST. ART
A New Lot just received ex. "MAUNA
ALA," fitted with either
Wood or Wire Wheels,
Solid Rubber Tires,
Folding or Canopy Top,
Trimmed in the Latest Styles
'" with Green, Russet or Drab.
8 Also a Full Line of
New Surreys, Phaetons and Road
Wagons Just received.
G' SCIlUiVlANa Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
Due to arrive Bx. "JOHN CURRIER."
Ten Thousand (lMft) Barrels, Roche
Harbor Lime, also
One Million 1,MMN) Red Brick.
$ AGBNTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oils, Clariphos, -Arsen.
Cement, Portland Cement, Giant Powder Co,, Angle Lamp Co., '
i Dicks Balata Beeting, Roche Harbor Lime, New Home Sewing
fk MfiMilnc finit P'in.Amprlf'in Hariri Qpvufnrr Mttrhfnp ' al
DEALERS IN Agateware,
Saddles and Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bedsteads, Trunks, Valises,
1 Matting Safes, Linoleum, Ritles
General Hardware and Plantation
You will be
much worry in
Presents by having us
Stock of PIANOS.
'Sold On Easy
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO, Ltd.
Everything in Music.
H. BAVIES CO., Ltd,
Glassware, Crockery, Harness,
and Shot-guns, Powder and Caps,
ALL READY POR YOUR
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Wash Embroidery Silks
A Complete Line
Miss 1. E. Killean miL
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Frozen Eastepn Oysters,
''.' ' In'Half Shell or In Tins.
" "'.V' Tfwiafen' Poultry, and Game, h C
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HENRY: MAY & CO
always suitable por
Music Boxes, :
Music Rolls, Etc,
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Direct from New York r
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The City of JUq d JaMlro of the P.
M, 8. 8. Co,"came l,n jreateday morn-lityjj'JpiiSilWJst-Jlim'brldge.
8fie left San Francisco on, December
14thaat SiJSJ.mj'rrt'rlnat Hon-j-lulu
8unda mornhJf,hWhtin(l early.
As predlctafhe kthrtliteil the full
fury of the same afprM.eircoiintereJ lij
Before getting fairly outalde the bay
of San Hrlncltco she ran right Into
the full furx of the atorm and carried
It for six nights and Aye days. Wlilla
the Illo rollod alderably she took on
comparatively few hoary seas and n
damage of.1 any. nitnre .whatsoe'rer o.;
curred.'. 'During, the Storm the small
est 'run JUVny one day was 1S6 miles
and jibe largest 216 miles.
Outside Hf, experiencing bad Weather
the vessel had an uneventful voyage
ule;the arrlHTf-a Ibi br. Porto TO
can and' Italian bilkers; can becon
slderajd of special Importance. Imemdl
ately upon the Rio- being docked tho
steamer Lehua ot the WJlder line carao
alongside of the vessel and the late ar
rivals, wero transferred bsg and bag
gage' to tho steamer in route to the
plantations at Lahalna and Spreckeli
vllle. There' were eighty-one., all told of
men, women and children, fltty-slx be
ing Porto Rtcans and twenty-live from
the supny. shores of Italy. While tha
men speak little or no English they aro
as a rule of god physique. They gath
ered about the steamer's deck and be
tween munching bananas and singing
their native soqgs, they, appeared t be
In excellent spirits and perfectly con
Out' of7 the original number tint
started "for the plantations to which
they were assigned, about one-half
have reached their destination and the
trdubles-nttd rrlctsfltudet experienced
by them wouftl nil a page. While en
Jb' CoAst they; were told that In coming
to Hawaii, they would become the
slaves of' Chinese and would be com
pelled 'to' labor for twenty-live cents a
day. This and similar stories caused
several stampedes, and today they ara
scattered from Contra Costa to Sau
In order to hold together the remain
der of the party they were,conveyed to
Black Point by the little steamer Caro
line and a atop was made oft that point
by the Rio where the laborers wero
taken aboard. The Rio brought quite a
list ot passengers for Honolulu besides
some freight and after taking oneoal
left for Oriental ports- earl thlnorn
ing. nnii;.4mMA uhmi,
IHe Bst Program '
of the Year.
BY THE "RIO"
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Card Cases, Stationery Sets,
Writing Cases, Fancy Papeteries
(for young and old)JEtc., Etc.;
FOR SALE DY
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