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TIP HVKNINO fllLLUTINi HONOLULU, II. L, THURSDAY, 'DUCHMHHK j;, lr.
IN LARGE VAKIEtr
Hl.ick ,mJ r,Mv.inleJ, In any length)
,V Inch to 4 Inch thick.
Dlshm's m.iktu bis supply on hini).
Paints and Oils
Mmllaand Slsit Irom V Inch to 6
llce Plows and UrtaUInc Plows.
Port St., opposite Sprcckcls Bank.
There is In store fer yon
at the NEW NtiLANI RAKERY
Delicious Mince, Cream
and ether Havered pics
Same as your Mother
Bsed to make.
Doughnuts that are the talk of the
town because ererybody wants them.
And a full line of pastry for the
Holidays made fresh every day.
Gome and see us at
J. Oswald Luttcd,
Than vncoated roofs
. THUS- ,
I have painted several large Iron
Warehouses here in Honolulu with
your "ARABIC" Roof Cooling Com
pound, anil am pleased to say it is
givlng.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 I have
yet to find as good a paint as the
"ARABIC" for Iron Roofs.
Yours very truly,
W. R. RILEY
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Edison Phonographs and Records !
A NEW INVOICE JUST RECEIVED.
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ables and Chairs.
In Tliu Lutcdt DcHlirriH.
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SIZE, QUALITY and PRICE.
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Ami Refused to Go
Along With Mother
Ami. a half (.'lilmii' xlrl, ai nrnt in
the Police Court tlila fnrnioon on h'
chaiRc of (llnolicillitirc to W1H1K
I put - HIicrlfT Chllllngwurth n tro
nil Ink tinker, ntkcil Hint n nolle roi
qui he ptitcrnl 11111I lliln a rtsullly nc
rrdril to hy Jiiilitu Wilcox who rcin.irk
ril Hint lie knew the mother ot the Rlrl,
the woman who hml (ho wnrrnut lasucil
for her nrrcil. 8liOWns not n (It per
on to Inkc rnre o( nny ilmiRbter nnil In
fact, fthe hnd not taken care of lift
Klrl hut hml allowed her to ko nhout .il
will until she found that she had como
of hro and could do ns "lie pleated. U
was the nnml only then that hc limit
ed on ohcdlencc. TI10 Judge told the
Klrl to go nnd utay with tlio people
who hnd hefrlended her. Ho would
not Insist oa her going hack to her
It seems that Ami was met hy her
mother yesterday and told that sh?
wni going to Knual, She must go along
with her. The girl refused Hotfooted
and the mother threatened her wl.h
arrest. The girl answered thnt s!io
would rather he locked up than ,n
along for she knew Just what It meant.
The. mother then hail the warrant l
uil. When the story was explnlnel
to the Deputy Sheriff, he nllnncd the
gill to go on her own recognizance.
Hih rAde a Up-to-Dertc
A Fresh Supply of Beer.
Arrived per Bktne. ''PLANTER" and Schr. "ALOHA"
,3 grades, brewed by the famous
AnheuserBusch Brewing Ass'n., St. Louis,
In Cases and Barrels, Quf.rts and Pints, to suit all
1 tasfe and purses.
BUDWEISER. PREMIUM PALE. PALE LAGER.
FOR, SALE BY , ...
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Hole AQcntti fop the lluwullnn Ittliindti.
Centrol Union OftlccrH.
There was a large attendnnco at the
business meeetlng of Central Union
chtuch last night. The work announc
ed was the election of officers of the
church and of the church and congre
gntlon. Following was the result:
Tor the Church W. A. llowen,
elected to fill the unexpired term of
the late A. K. Jurtd. as deacon of U")
third class; the term expires Decem
ber at, 1002. Deacons, first class, term
expiring December 31,' 190.1 W. D.
Alexander and Henry Waterhoiise, both
re-elected. Deaconesses, first class, f jr
two years .Mrs. T. II. Ilnhron and
.Mis. T. 0. Thrum. Standing Commit
tee, second class, for two years Chill
ies II, Atherton and A. K. Cooke. Clerk,
for one year W. W. Hall, re-elcctci'.
Treasurer, for one year W. 0. At
Church and Congregation Trustc".i
of the first class, for two years W. V.
Allen, S. M. Damon and J. 0. Carter,
re-elected. Finance Committee K. .1.
Lowrey, chairman; II. C. Austin and
Clarence II. Cooke. Hiram Dlngha.n
Jr., now In New Kngland. was granted
n letter transferring him as a memb.r
of Central t'nlon church to the church
of his adoption.
LOCAL AND OliNlikAL.
Like n tide (Hi the (lecttle mis up
I'd 1 iflc Height!. I'nro fi rents.
Cnmnm ft Co. ran now ha found on
Alakeu street between King 11 lid .Mer
An ImiHittnnt notlrc to miniliors of
O.1I111 I.oiIrc. K. of 1'. apptnis under
'I he Otis and H)cmnro hae captii'
oil Honolulu, The Walker C)clery .irn
ngents, King street. )
Notice of tho election ot odlccn ofi
the 1'aclDc Vehicle nnd 8updy Co.
appears under New Today,
Tho St, Clement's Sunday school
Christmas trea will he held on l'rld.iy
nt 5:30 p. m. at the rectory.
The Long homestead on Kmmn
street will be sold at auction by Jin.
P. Morgan. Sec ad In his column on
It you want nny of tho cxijulslto col
or work or those pretty tnpn albums
that nrc now offered hy tho HONOLU
LU I'HOTO 8UITLY CO., you had bet
get In your order early as tho supply
does not nearly equal the demand. '
The caso of .Matt Howard, chari-td
with assault with n deadly weapon,
came up for trial In tho I'ollcc Court
this morning for tho last time nnd af
ter postponements that have covered
tho space of about two months. Deputy
Sheriff Chllllngworth asked that n nol
le prosequi ho entered nnd there wns of
course no objection fronr Attorney
Sttnuss who represented the defendant.
Tho police have been unable to find the
witness Ilallpy nnd the other Important
witness, Mr. Ilucklcy. Is In San Fran
cisco nt the present time.
Thomas Tllton appeared In tho Po-
lice Court this forenoon on the chargo
of assault and battery on his wife, Hel
en Tllton, on Christmas day. Thd
woman stated on the witness stand
that she refused to go on n carouse
with her husband and that, thereupon,
ho took hold of ber. tore her dress nnd
then dragged her along the floor. Tll
ton smiled nnd then proceeded to deny
that ho wns drunk when his wife claim
ed that he had assaulted her. She wa-i
drunk herself nnd when he nsked f-T
some clothes to put on to go down
town, she refused to see nhout the mat
ter. He then pulled her toward him
hut did hot slap her. The Judge totj
the pair to go home. They had prob
nbly both been celebrating Christmas.
Your Needs Are Our Study !
i3ae.?fflWe 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,
British Wont Money.
Constantinople, Dec. 16. Owing tj
the success of the United Stntes In
pressing claims for compensation !n
connection with tho Armenian disor
ders, (treat Ilrltaln Is now urging tho
Ottoman (lovernment to pay slmll'ir
claims put forward by British subjcctl.
It Is expected that energetic means
will ho taken to obtain n settlcmen.
Btfthop Kcnnc'A New Pont.
Home. Dec. 1". At the -secret con
sistory held today the Pope appolntod
a number of Tllshops, Including Mgr,
Kenne, 'formerly rector of the Catholic
Unhcrstty nt Wnshlngton, to the dl
cese of Dubuque.
The Evening Bulletin. 75 cent jut
The Best Program
1 ot me rear.
BY THE "RIO"
ahead tor seats,
' Naval militia Law
Investigation Into tho condition of
discipline on board tho Marlon and
among the officers and men of the N.i
val Mllltla generally has developed oiu
prominent fact that no one has any
authority over any one else In tho or
ganization. Tho captain may give or
ders to his subordinates, and they In
turn to theirs, hut no ono Is compelled
to obey unless ho sees fit.
Such Is tho fact as adduced from '.lies
te&tlmony of Captntn James, who wis
recalled to the stand heforo tho hoard
of Inquiry. The captain says that the
wholo trouble arose. from Jealousy nnd
bickering nmong tho ofllcers and Is
brought about through the fact that
there is no wny. under tho law. of pun
ishing nny ono for disobedience. Con
cretely the captaln'n testimony was
that tho Naval Mllltln was not worl.i
Its cost. There Ik no hnrmony of offi
cers, thero Is hitter antagonism be
tween divisions and Jealousy between
officers who do not know their busi
ness. The system is wrong and can ho.
made right only hy nn entlro change if
tho system so as to make It conform to
naval regulations of the United States.
Lieutenant Morrison went on tlu
stand again at his own request to reply
to certain statements of witnesses, but
wns checked In his remarks by tho
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OAHU LODGB K. ot P.
All members of OAWJ LODGE NO. t
are requested to assemble In their Cutle
Hall, rort bt., to-morrow (Friday) after
roon, the 38th Inst., at 3:50 p.m., for the
purpose of attending the funeral of their
late brother, Thomss Phillips, member of
mystic Lodge, rvo. 1.
All sojournlnc Knights Invited.
i7i-tt A. N. SINCLAIRE.C.C.
1 let m a n :: w KiBa lu la I
A Prosperous New Year to Everybody !
WE TRUST we have contributed In no small way to
wards the happiness of the recipients of gifts pur
chased at our store.
After cxtendlnR cordial gree tings of tr e festive
season, we desire to thank our customers and
friends fur their ptr.nage during the past
year, and hope we are deserving of favorable
consldeiatlon In the f'-ture.
W. W. DIHOND & CO., Ltd.
Importer of Crockery, GIuks and
House FurnlHhlnti GooiIh.
NOS. 5J. 55 AND 57 KINO ST., HONOLULU.
The New Century Is At Hand !
by Good Dinner.
Table Fruits, Preserves, Nuts and Raisins, Sliced
Peaches and Cream, are a few of the requisites
of a Good Dinner, on sale.
Salter cfe? TttTctity,
tJKSBWriwiMfnB " mi
Coyne Furniture Co.
Fort and Beretania Streets.
CO-EU8 A8 l:ll:li l:IUHTER8.
Chicago, Dec. 17, A bad blaze whica
threatened tho destiuctlun of Foster
llnll at the I'nlvcrslty of Chicago Sun
day aroused tho "co-eds" who live Ll'
tho hall, and farced them to assunio
the role of firemen In a hastily impro
vised pitcher brigade.
When the flro was discovered thsrl
Immediately rushed to tho sreno wl.hl
pitchers of wnter. but found they wcrej
unable to reach tho blaze, as It was on J
tin roof. Securing n ladder, one ot the
oung women climbed to tho roof, und
as fast as her companions brought thel
pitchers poured tho water on the flrtvl
It proved too strong for them, how
ever, and It was not until tho flrem'n
had arrived and torn off tho slnto root-'
Ing that the blaze was pxtlugulshH.
The damage was small.
Sewing CIohh tintcrtulnmcnt.
The Christmas exercises of tho mk
Ing school of Mrs. Wilcox took place!
In tho Dorothy and Henry Castlei
Memorial Kindergarten yesterday -af-
tcrnon in tho presence of a large nuo-Jj
ber of Invited guests. There were'
01 or eighty members of, tho class who
took part In the exercises nnd orcrr
one who wns present, said the younx
Indies acquitted themselves most credi
tably. Tho main room of the kinder
garten wns occupied by the young la
dles while the guests watched the ex
ercises from tho outside. Mrs. Wil
cox Is doing n great work for tho Ha
waiian, rortugurso and Chinese girls
of the city who show a disposition to
learn something that will place then
Immediately on an Independent basis.
The class has been working along
quietly but great results have been
achieved. Tho class started with Jut
n few members not long ago nnd now
there are in the neighborhood of '
hundred Included in tho membership.
Hotel llnnd Concert.
Tho following selections have been
arranged hy Captain Uerger .for the
band concert on the grounds ot thq
Hawaiian hotel this evening, beginning
at 7:30 o'clock:
Part L sl
Overture Cagllostro '. Adama
Fantasia Cossack I'atrol . .Tschakiffi
Reminiscences ot Verdi .... Godfrey J
Ua HIM no Me A'u. Mlklol. '
Vocal Duets "' "J"ei1
Whispering Hope. The Blue and
Ulsa Kelllsa and Mr. Alnl3
Prt II.' .: f"
Selection In Sunny Tennessee ..
Chorus Tannhauser Wagnrrj
Waltz 1001 Nights Strauil
March Man llehlnd the Gun . ,Soul
The Star Spangled Banner.
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Notice oT Lost Drulfte.
DRAFTS No. 1214, for 3l.(io, In favor
of Mok Sin, and No, 1377, for fj5.H0, In
favor of J. A. Affons., drawn by the Kona
Sugir Co., have rren lost and payment
M. W. McCHESNEY & SON ?.
Honolulu, Dec 14, 1000 ifol-lw
A. Harrison Mill Co.
Brick mid Stone Work
Manufacturers of Doors, Sishes and
I'ramci, Hlli.ds, MouldlitKS, llrjckels, and
All Kinds of Woud Wnrl, Finish T'lrnhiK
Tel. White 1231. I', O. Ho j)3,
OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
Is showinp a larger and more beautiful assonment of Articles for Presents than ever before.
Newest Designs In Pillows, Linen Table and Tea Cloths with real lace borders
ana centers, Pin cushions in ureac variety.
Collurs, Handkerchiefs and Scarfs, Ladies' Bows, Fichus, Etc., in endless choice!
HIISRANHS ATTENTION !
SPECIAL GIFTS FOR YOUR WIVES. 4i4
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RIBBONS SASHES RUGS .fcl I
A Beautiful Line of New Fancies. In Embroidered Silks, Something New. To suit All Purposes.
Our Toy Department
s as well stocked as ever, and we would especial!)' mention Laluitc, Pneumatic Billiards, Steam
Clock Work Railways, Trollies and Upright Engines, lite, Etc.
E. W. JORDAN,
N0.4IO FORT STBBEJg