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Dillon's mikta big supply on liind.
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Delicious Mince, Cream
and flthcr flawed pics
Same as your Mother
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town because everybody wants them.
, Cream Puffs
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Holidays made fresh every day.
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'MIM OF STATE
Chicago, Dec. '16. Illinois Republi
can leaders assembled in this city in
pursuance ot the Senatorial fight were
discussing today a guarded report that
tho Administration, by Senator Hanua,
the National chairman, had Interfered
ta effect the withdrawal ofCongresa
man It. R. Hltt from the race for the
Senate seat now filled by Shelby M.
Cullom. The report had it that Hltt,
whose Intimate acquaintance with the
foreign relations of the Government
peculiarly fits him for the diplomatic
service, Is slated to succeed John Hay
as Secretary of State. Hay, It Is ex
plained, will shortly resign as a re
sult of the failure ot his canal treaty
In the Senate.
Plausibility was given the story by
the fact that only a little while ago
Hanna sent a most forceful message to
this city to the ffect that the AdminU
ration urgently desired the reelection
of Senator Cullom and that he might
be understood as emphatically denying
that the Administration had Indorsed
either Cannon or any other man than
Governor Tancr was asked what he
knew of the report connecting Hltt
With the office of Secretary of State,
"He it eminently fitted for the post if
he should be called to It," was the
A meeting of the sub-committee on
charter of the Republican committee of
thirty, met in the office of Davis &
Gear, attorneys, Monday afternoon.
The session was a secret one and bo
nothing could be learned from the
members of tho committee. However.
It was learned that the sub-committee
presented drafts of charters and dU
cussed the various points contained it.
them. It was finally decided to report
to the general committee on KrMaY
h dont In lliuutinJi fil rat..
IT CUkfS HU'TUH. S.nl luf
"IIUOKILT M) I." AJJrrll
rUk-nillc lili.llc Tfu. Co.,
tio M.rktl Sirttt. M I uahciico
NAVY IrijCKS COMPLETED
Navy wharm No. I nn1 2 lime lien
ii'ini(fi mill ncilcil by (lie aowtn
Hiriil mill were formally IiiiiihI imr t.
last HiitnnlA) 'I he ducks are liHjl.fl
upon nit perfect In rirty i-irit ah,
tmuMtsliiK many feature In wharf eo.i
trtiilUiti seldom. It eter (1111111I else
where, Ilnrli pile la drluii Intun mil'tl
curnl hole which forma III" bed nt I'.e
wntir (runt u( llto city. These holes
are mat drilled niul blasted nnd tlnii
the plica are drlwii Into tin? Iinli' with
the weight if n 300 pound hammer.
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i m i-u iiiv iiciui'' m-nin mi.i-ii mi- ""Inhnlil
m ninni 1 vpunw ninni kiucii rLn '
ilcra them IiiiiitvIoiu to the ratagit
of the Inhabitants (it the cn,
TI10 extreme emla of the nhnrx'ta
lime been strengthened with linici
pllea plnccil nt nn agle ' l degrevs
nnd thoroughly bolted. Nnvy wharf
No. 1 Is 4G0.X&0 nnd Navy wharf No.
Z la 400x210 and SO feet wide nt ex
treme end, The openings between tho
Kill nrc HO feet In width. At Jnterrnlt
ut flfly feet nlmiR the docka moorlns
Uita lmvc been placed, The mrfnee of
the docka la laid with 4-Inch plnnkln)!,
The aurfnre of "tho planking la male
wntcr tight by laying tar paper and
treated with liquid asphalt. On tup of
all this la placed three Inches uf bitu
men which Is rolled nnd mndc perfect
ly smooth with heavy heated rollers.
The surface of the docka has b"eii lieen
covered with pure white sand, nnd from
the deck of Incoming steamers pi ev
ents a splendid appearance both tui
solidity nnd convenience In docklnp.
Cotton Hros. of San Francisco hold
the contract with the government for
the construction of these docka.
eSAILORS CHRI8T.HA8 DINNliK.
The hearts and stomachs ot the salt
ors. were greatly cheered laBt night at
the Christmas dinner provided for them
by the Seaman's Club' In their quarters
on Nuuanu streeti DInner'was provlc'.
ed for over 180 sailors of -every nation
ality and kind, among them being s-sr
crol men from the British man of war
Icarus, nnd they nil .went away well
fed and satisfied. Through the untiring
efforts of Mrs. V. L. Howard and Mm.
A. F. Cooke contributions, of groceries,
moats, fruits nnd articles for tho sail
ors' comfort bags were secured frmi
all the lcadlne firms In town, manv
also contributing cash. The comfort
bags contained buttons, needles nnd
thread, soap and towel, pins nnd so
forth and surely deserved their
name. They were all made by ladles of
the town and girls of the Knwalahao
Seminary and there was one for every
sailor with a few left over. Some 3f
the sailors made a large canvas bo.tt
In which were placed the bags and ni
they ftnlstiert the dinner the men filed
up and selected them from the boa',
Mr. Cooke stated that Santa Claus h.i?
started out with the boat but had bc-i
lost overboard In the same storm that
struck the Sierra.
That all the sailors enjoyed It could
not be doubted by anyone who sa-v
them cat. Some Just In yesterday had
not tasted fresh bread In over thrto
months. They said they enjoyed It
too and a vote of thanks was given
with three hearty cheers by the sail
ors to Mr, and Mrs. Cookand Mr. hud
Mrs. Howafff nnd tho others who help
A pleasant surprise too had been
prepared for Messrs. Cooke and Howard
for Just at the closo two elcgnn rock
ing chairs which had been carefullv
hidden by canvas were uncovered mid
presented to them with a Merry Christ
mas from the Seaman's Club. The din
ner proved a great success and one man
said that In twenty-three years' Bailing
to all ports In the world he had nevr
seen anything provided for tho sailors
to' equal It.
WRAY TAYLOR REMEMBERED.
As Wray Taylor, the organist of St.
Andrew's Cathedral, was entering the
church shortly before the 9:30 o'cloik
scvlce on Christmas morning, he was
met by Mrs. Olade and Judge Stanlw
who quietly handed him a package.
Mr. Taylor had no time Just then to
open the package but when the servleo
was over and he did, he found tbli
"The members of St. Andrew's
Cathedral wish Mr. Wray Taylor J
Merry Christmas and ask him to ac
cept the accompanying token of appre
ciation and, good will for tho valuable
services he so willingly renders."
"December 25, 1900."
Accompanying this note was a purse
upon which, was tho name of Mr. Tay
lor, containing ten twenty dollar gold
Marshal Daniel A. Ray has received
a telegram from Salt Lake, Utahrmafl
ed frorn San Francisco, saying: "P. J.
Conway alias George Clarkson Is n
fugutlve from Justice from this Statu.
Arrest him. hold, and wire me Immedi
ately. J. F. Howells, Sheriff;" The man
wanted nnd recognized -fn Honolulu
some weeks ago by A. P. Taylor, nn
Advertiser reporter, who knew him In
1 Salt Lake City nnd had received paper
telling of heavy stealing dono by tho
man there. ,,Tho Marshal's office had
everything rendy to throw n lariat cf
the law pver Clarkson whenever the
Utah authorities .said tlie word. ID
fore tho order came, however, tho man
bad disappeared. It Is said bo left In
the Sierra, nnd If he did he will doubt
lessly be nabbed In tho Colonies
In n gamo of Association football be
tween the lenru team anil Scotland
Hnturdny afternoon, the Bailors won.
tho scorn being ! tn 1. Hngland ami
Scotland will now combine against the
visitors, the game to be played n)xt
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
rii Hoard uf Health met l Ibis nt
1.1'ilne I Prrtgrra meet lonla.li
Work In the xiximd ilegue
Take n ride on the clet'trlc cars tin
I I'aelfle Heights. I'nre 6 rents.
1 A new brlrk store la for nut on 1 1
I teil atrt-et. Hre nil In Tn Let column
I Mors mi advertises n anle of lioiin.
J hold fuiiiltiire In Ills column tin pngu
' Canitta &. Co. cnti now be found 011
Alakea atreet between King nnd Mer-
M.. Nolle served n turkey nnd cran
berry lunch to the patrons of thti
llcner restaurant uu Monday.
I.. Adler. the popular clectrlilnn on
the t'l.unllne, will take unto himself
n wife on Now Yinr's Day. Full par
ticulars will be given later on.
Free Instruction In photography Is
offend by the HONOLULU 1'MOIO
Hl'PI'MT CO. Think of It Cameras at
25 per cent below list with free Instruc
tion ns to their ilse.
There were thirty-two men arrested
for drunkenness 011 ChrlstmaR day. In
tho Police Court this forenoon, nil pa d
their fines, were reprimanded and dis
charged or forfeited hall.
In the Pollco Court this forenoo,)
Quong Fook Pal appeared on the
charge of embezzlement. The prosecu
tion did not care to push the case nnd
to a nolle prosequi was entered.
W, It. Castle has purchased, through
his son's real estate agency, the vain
abel lorner lot at Bcrctanln and Vic
toria streets, for many years the home
of V. C. Iloe and family. There an
several houses on the ground .
Lewis & CO. nrc pnlng especial at
tention to tho cigar department of their
business nnd conolsseurs should go In
nnd look nt their stock. They nre sol 1
ngents here for the famous Sanchez y
Haya and carry many other equally an
good. Special rates made to dealers.
The band will give a concert on the
Capitol grounds this afternoon and to
morrow evenTng, the usual Thursday
.concert will be given on the grounds
of the Hawaiian hotel. Cho band will
very probably give a concert on board
the Thomas previous to her departure
Tho John S. Kimball ot the new lliu
of steamers to ply between Seattle and
the Islands Is expected to arrive here
this weeek. She Is the first steamer of
the new line to reach this port and has
quite a list of passengers. It Is stated
that aftetr discharging her cargo, she
will proceed to Kahulul and take oil
sugar for the Coast.
Daniel Murray appeared In the Po
lice Court this forenoon on the charge
of disturbing religious worship. The
defendant was reprimanded and dis
charged. It appears that ho went Into
the hall of the Salvation Army lait
night and tried to raise a rumpus, A
police officer was called and the ob
Jectlonablo fellow removed to the oufr
atmosphere nnd then to the pollco sta
tion. Murray had been cclcbratln.;
Harvey Chilton, n boy about four
teen years of age, nnd n son of the Foit
street barber, appeared in the Police
Court this forenoon on tho charge of
Jnrccny In tho second dcrgee. Defen
dant was represented by Attornes
Stewart and Chllllngworth. A plea ot
not guilty was entered. Deputy Sher
iff Chllllngworth conducted tho proas
cutton, Tho trial was a long one as
tho prosecution had quite a number rt
Important witnesses to put on tho
Ptand. Judge Wilcox bound over thi
defendant to the Circuit Court' term.
London, Dee. 17, S p. m. Tho n
port of another severe battle, resulting
In a nrltlsh victory, Is current hem.
According to thestory t he flgntfng be
gan at daybreak today and lasted for
several hours, Tho Doers, who num
bered from 1500 to 2000 men, were sur
rounded nt the Ornngo River and to
tally defeated with very heavy los3fs
In killed and wounded, A numCer of
Boers, It Is added, were captured.
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 borders
and centers, Pin Cushions In Great Variety.
REAL LACE .
uuur, nunuHcrtniciH anu ocuris,
HUSBANDS ATTENTION !
SPECIAL GIFT6 FOR YOUR WIVES.
Ladie' Silks, Silk Crepon and Embroidered Dress Patterns in Exclusive Designs.
RIBBONS SASHES RUGS
A Beautiful Line of New Fancies. in Embroidered Silks, Something New. To suit All Purposes.
Our Toy Department
Is as well stocked as ever and we would especially mention Lalutte, Pneumatic Bllllurds, Steam ,and
Clock Work Railways, Trollies and Upright Engines, Etc., Etc. ''W
Your Needs Are Our Study !
39B8We 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
McINERNY SHOE STORE,
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 Sr MARSH, LTD.
517 FORT STREET
A Prosperous New
E TRUST uc have contributed In no small way to
wards the happiness
chased at our store.
After extrndlng cordial greetings of the festive
season, we desire to thank our customers and
friends far their patronage during the past
year, anJ hope we are deserving of favorable
consldetatlon In the fLture.
W. W. DIMOND & CO., Ltd.
Importer ol Crockery. Glatui and
House Furnishing Goods.
NOS. ?), SS AND 57 KING ST., HONOLULU.
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Delicate In Flavor,
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t-aaics' dows. ricnus.
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SIX FOOT " 7.M
EIGHT FOOT $8.51
THIS WEEK ONLY.
Coyne Furniture Co.
Fort and Beretania Streets.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCMANCB
Honolulu, December 2G, tooo.
NAML or STOCK
C. Br.D.r &Crny
Ew Pianlatlon Co .
Ilamn. Pl.nl. linn C
Hawaiian lorn au 1.0.
t.J I l.t jo
Hawaiian Migar km
Hnnanil Suff.r Co
Haiku Sunt Co
Kahuku Plantation Co
Karoalo Suit Co LU a
Kamalo Sug Co. pi up
Klhtl Plant Co .Ltl.ai
Klpahulu Sural Co ,.,
Koloa Surar Co
Kona Suc.r Co.. a.
Maunaltl Sugar Co.at
Mau-ial. I Su Co pi up
f, 6 90,000
- -J u. I
uanu sugar 1.0 ,
Onoin.a Sugar Co
Ookala Sugar Plai Co
Ulaa "u. to . Ill . ail
Pa.uh.u Su. Plan Co
Pacific Sugar Mill....
Pala Pl.nutl.a Co ..
P,mu. Sugar Co
Walalua Agr Co , a.
walanat uomtpaoy ..
Walluku Sugar Co...
Walaaoalo Sugar Co
Walraaa Mill Co . ...
Wllin St.aa.Mo Co.
lotwltlani St.an N Co
Hawaiian tlKtrlc Co..
Hon. Rapid T. Land Co
Hoo.St.am Laundry.. .
Mutual T.l.pbnne Co .
MakahaCoftwCo Ld pd
Oahu Uv Ae Land Co.. .
P. opla'a 'ct M I g Co
HatwalUn Gav A ef rtnf
Hiwillin Gov, 5 ptr ctnf
Ew Plant it n 6 rcr ctni
tCthuku Plint 6 rr ctni
ubu riiniaiion ope
SALES 139 Ewa. 12850; 1000 O. R.
fi L. Co's Bon s, 5101.50; 5 Walaltu,
J116.50; 20 Walalua, $116.50; 30 Evta,
$28.50; 20 Ewa, f 2S.so.
AT ST. ANORBW'8.
There were special Christmas ser
vices at St. Andrew's Cathedral yester
day morning and forenoon. At 6, 7 and
8:30 o'clock, communion services went
held by Bishop Willis, Rev. Hamilton
Leo and Rev. V. II. Kitcat and at 9;3a
o'clock, the Second Congregation had a
special service. Tho church wax
crowded. Six members of the Amateur
Orchestra assisted the organ in the
opening and closing voluntaries. X
specially good number on the program
of music was the Boprann solo ot Mrs.
Allan White who sang Oounod's "Ave
Maria" with organ, violin and plana
accompaniment. Tho Rcr. Hamlltnj
I-eo preached the shortest sermon thnt
has ever been heard at the Cathedral.
It lasted pust a mlnu'to and a half and
dwelt upon the blessings the minister
of the Gospel hoped every rucmbcr of
the congregation had enjoyed. At It
o'clock, there was another special ser
vice at which IJlshop Willis offlclateo.
etc., in enaiess cnoice
10 FORT STREET.
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