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Tim UVtlNINd lltll.LHTINi HONOLULU, II. I., MtlDAY, nticatl.VltttJFt ig, irx,
IN UHfie VAMUtr
IIIkK smJ KitvjntJ) In any ltiftlli
V Inch to ( Inch Ihkk.
Cane Knives , ,
Dillon's mikeia bin supply on Mind.
PalntM and Oils
MinlU and Shil Irotn H Inch to o
Kke Plows nnJ Breaking Plows.
Fort St., opposite Sprockets Hank.
There Is In Merc for on
al the NEW ENGLAND KAKEKY
Rellclm Mlncc, Cream
and ether flavafd pics
Same asyoHr Mollicr
use! (e make.
Beiglmils that are the talk of the
town bteause everybody wants them.
And a full line of pastry for the
Holidays made fresh every day.
Come and see us at
J. Oswald Lulled,
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pfytiftmQoMty Agents "Arabic'
kRUIir w,,n? Compound
I. have painted several large Iron jjj
ytlAn I nutrTeurftiTiinr Warehouses here in Honolulu with it
tow uncodted tvofs
your "ARAniC" Roof Cooling Com- j
pound, and am pleased to say it is
giving the very best of satisfaction. j
It preserves the iron from rust, is
most durable, anJ, keeps it cooler
by 15 degrees. I have had 20
ears experience as a painter, 5 t
years here in Honolulu, and I have $
yet to find as good a paint as the Vt
'MUAnir" for Iron Roofs. ?
'AKAniC for Iron Roofs.
Yours very truly,
W. R. RILEY.
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j Columbia Phonographs and Records !
A NEW INVOICE JUST RECEIVED.
ables and Chairs.
In The Lutost Design
and Hand Lamp.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
C. W. Macfaplane.
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;' DkSletxxls. Bools.8
LOCAL AND QliNliRAL
Hi Nik Today -tlnmn for ft llefi-ily
Hhtftn" hitlee f ltM roods.
Hip MHriiMltnii Mat C'n. will half
n irrlal ehlekrn salo Inmortow. Hm
Thp flag nlc In I lie ground (if ihi
vol hrnd'iuarter la rocHrliig n tonl at
Tlic rnllroxt trark la I'Hnx rxlftulc I
nut l Aln Monnn alrtct for tlin nir)
of nilliiK In (Ik tlrcl and approaclif
to Navy ilofk No. 2.
Mpmbrra of Oalin UiiIkc No, I )(. i.t
V. are rpqiieatol to nttrnil the moyt
ln totilRht. tltialncaa ot Iniportati'.v.
Hco New Today for notice.
The Installation of officer of .Mya'lc
UhIkp will take place n wrek from next
Wednesday night. There will bo n
lilK lianipiet In connection nlth tho n(
Tlic tranapnrt Thomas has finished
co.illriK and thla mornlnK her hnndsume
white sides were thorotmhly clcnn'd
preparatory to her departure fur Mil-
J. V. Cutter extrn old Ilotirliun Is one
of the oldest nnd heat known whiskies
In the United Stntcs. Loejoy & Co.
me the sole n Rents here for this cele
The Metropolitan Meat Mnrket h.ti
been awarded tho contract fui Btipply
Iiik Camp McKlntcy nnd the army
tiansports with fresh beef, mutton nnd
fish for the next six months.
(Julie n number of bids were received
for conveying tho mulls In prclectu".
wagons In Honolulu. Mr, Cnrr, 1t.i1
superintendent of the service, fo
warded them to Washington on the
25th Inst. .
The steamer Nocau which arrived
this morning from Kauai reports con
siderable rain. Several of the Island
steamers were loading sugar nnd wUI
nrrhe here Sunday. She brought in
Ily our easy terms of payment every
body can nfford to get n piano. All that
Is necessary Is to pay a smalt Install
ment every month and In the meantime
you have full use of the Instrument.
The nergstrom Music Co.
The case of J. D. Martin, the blue
jacket accused of larceny In the bcc-
ond degree, enme up for trial In tha
Police Court thls'forenoon but was put
over until December 29 to glvo tho
man further time to find his witnesses.
Considerable alterations arc being
completed In Castle & Cooke's build
ing, to change what used to be sales
rooms Into olTices. This Is In con'i
quenco of the corporation's departure
Into -xcluslvely agency and commis
Morton M. Tuft the popular purser o'
the steamer Mauna Loa took passage on
the City of Peking to visit his relatives
on the Coast.. It Is stated that he will
return In the steamer Hanalel now un
der construction for the Wilder Steam
ship Co. and which Is expected here
nbout the first of February In command
of Captain Green formerly of the Wnbi
leale. The presence In the harbor of the U
S. transport KIntuck Is very much do
sired by tho Quartermaster as she Is
considerably overdue. Lato advices
from Seattle state that the tra'nupoit
left there on" the ,15th dnst. Slio Is out
13 days which Us considerable 'for 4
vessel of her class as she Is considered
to be one of tho largest and fastest
transports In the Government seryh-n
nnd Is commanded by Captain George
W. Long. Jler cargo Is. a large nnd
very valuable 'one and'eonslsting of
SSOtheftd of trmles and) horses bcsldu
2500 to 3000 tons of hay and grain.
LOCAL AND QLNIiRAL
W con ssult you In
SIZE, QUALITY and PRICE.
FLAT OPENINQ BOOKS
yctll. KTiotLQls Co., Ltd.
PALE LAGER and
PREMIUM PALE BEER
are brewed by the "
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n., St. Louis.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
fTT "" "TT" '1' in rfffl
TKTe T77"a.tcli T773aile "3To-ul Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AUENCY ::::::::
Rtllttlt Wtlchmtn lumlthtd lontorttinl prop.rty. But Cliy nfirtncti luinlib.4. DtiKtlrt
ad confldtndtl work o( til tortt. :i
Office Room 4 Model Block
I. O. IIOX 3S4.
THE H YEN INC BU L LET-IN
THd OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY I'AI'UK
A KlOSDlkC fOk ADVCRTISEBS vl Jl Jt J v4 Jt Jt
Rich Youn(i Scope. Grace.
Danville, Ky,. Dec. 17. James Stout,
ono of trie richest young men In this
part of Kentucky, Is In JalHiere charg
ed with shooting Into passenger trait's
on the Queen & Crescent Railroad.
Stout, who has been acting quccrly fin
several days, stationed himself on it
hill two miles from town Saturdav,
and. It Is charged, blazed away at pass
ing trains with a revolver. Sever il
passengers had narrow escapes. Stuart
Itobson, the nctor, nnd his company
were on one of the trains that was shot
Into. Two bullets crashed through the
window- where Mr. Robson was seated,
narrowly missing him.
Take a rWi! wt the tlwtrle ear up
Pftflnc IMrMc. lato6U. '
Utiiiflla Co. mil how lie found jn'
A hi km street between King and Mtr
N. H, rVln'A: bo. ate sIiorIiik o
pltndld line of UdliV tnusllii lindc
Mar, etc. flto nd.
The Otis and Hjcnniore hato tapttir
nl lliinoliilii Tho Walker Cycler)" are
agents. King street,
Tim t.aee llotitft on Hotel street will
remain open on Saturday nnd .Mumtv!
ctenlngs for New War shoppers,
The Coptic of the O. ft O. H, H, Co.
Is due here Saturday hut It Is cr) like
ly she may arrive here this evening,
The Kainchninchn Alumni Associa
tion will hold Its regular monthlr
meeting this cenlng at 7:30 p. in. A
full ntlendanco Is requested. I
The steamer llawnll Iwlt leave this1
afternoon about 4 o'clock. At an early (
hour this morning freight commenced
to conic In on tho wharf lively.
Itnpld Transit trncktaylng Is pro
gressing slowly In t.unairio street, the
trenches haUng been open on boln
sides of Victoria street for a week or
The big tramplstcnmcr Carmarthen
shire left the Mall dock jcslerday af
ternoon nt 2:30 for the Colonies, hav
ing finished taking on coal nnd fr'.ta
There will bo n special sale of fir"
works nt cut prices at the I. X. I.. in
llcrctanln street, near the fire station
on Saturday nnd Monday. Tho store
will bo open in the evening on liot'i
In tho Police Court this forenoon Ah
Kwnt pleaded guilty to the charge of
cruelty to nnlmnls nnd was fined tho
usual sum. The Chlnnmnn was caught
yesterday driving a horsa with a cry
Thcro will be no rehearsal of t'"'
choir of the Second Congregation of
St. Andrew's this evening, but cviirv
member Is expected nt the Sunday
morning Ren Ice when tho Christmas
music will be repeated
if you want to buy a first class, gum
nnteed camera for one qttartcrleBs than
you would have to pay for the same
article In Now -York illy, drop In to
tho HONOLULU PHOTO, SUIIPI.Y CO.
nnd nsk to nee their reduced stock.
M. Abcru and C.'Lanbo, both driven
of milk wagons, appeared In the Po
lice Court this forenoon on tho charge
of selling adulterated milk. The case
of the first was continued until Mon
day next and that' of the second until
Quite a nuniTicr of local society pen- g
plo were right royally entertained on j
board of II. M. S. Icarus yesterday nf- 7.
ternoon by Commander Knowllng and
his officers. -The nffnlr su entirely In- SL
formal nnd was thoroughly enjoyed by &
those who wero present. J
Chief Clprk A. L. Merry of the Na- g
vnl Station Is a photographer of no g
mean ability and Is the owner of scv
oral fine instruments. It Is the Inten
tion of Mr. Merry to tnko complete
views of all the government properly
nnd forward them to the department at
Paymaster Perkins of the U. 3 train
ing ship Adams Is a son of former Sen
ator Perkins of California. He has tho
fllensurp of 'lnnhtlnf? hnrp n rmlstii In
the pcrsop of' W. II. Moling, tlerk of it
the Federal court, and t ho two hnve. 2
exchanged klnsfolkly 'hospitalities
slnco the nrrlval of the Adams In port.
Mr. Mailing's mother Is, a sister of tha
paymaster's father. I
The principal steamers of the lntor-
Islanil lino will arrivo on Sunday load
ed with sugar for the ships Olympic
and Rosamond.. It Is expected tin. t
both vessels will clear nbout tho satno
time. An effort will be mndo to hao
them leave by next Monday but that li
very improbable. Tho Olympic will
clear with 2400 tons and tho Rosamond
will get away with 1800 tons, the Joint
value of tho cargoes being 1420,000.
The two cargoes are being shipped by
II. Hackfcld & Co. Thcro Is consider
able unxlcty In shipping circles to see
both vessels get nway at tho same
time for tho Coast nnd thus settle tho
question as to tho sailing qualtles ct
Your Needs Are Our Study I
YOU NEED COMFORT,
YOU NEED FIT,
YOU NEED SERVICE.
8s,st8iaWe combine all these In
our greatest of all shoes, The "HANAIT make.
iHanan has Just sent us his latest, The "EMPEROR"
Dress Shoe, and a Sunday
a Business Shoe, a
) w 1 t Ja
S 38.00 UP
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
& Marsh, Ltd.
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 & MARSH, LTD.
517 FORT STREET
A Prosperous New Year to Everybody !
b' TRUST we have contributed in no'small way to
wards the happiness of the recipients of gifts pur
chased at our store.
After extending cordial greetings of the festive
season, we desire to thank our customers and
friends for their patronage during the past
year, and hope we are deserving of favorable
consideration In I lie future.
W. W. DIHOND & CO., Ltd.
Importers of Crockery. Gluaa and
House Furnishing Goods.
NOS. 5), 55 AND 57 KINO ST., HONOLULU.
The New Century Is At Hand !
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Fort and Beretania Street1!.
KITCHENER WANTS MEN
London. Dec. 17.-
and his colleagues
today feel j
nrbntlv r.tllnin1 Hint Pnt-llnmnnt mfl
prorogued Satutdny. A grim Irony ,-Tg,
now attaches to Lord liouorts- iicsciip
tlou of tho wnr us "out." Yesterday
ine itur uiuce, lur me iiibi iiuio h
tnanv months, remained onen throucb- i
out a Sunday In lestionso to the demand
of public anxiety to learn the latt ?
Lord Kitchener Is reported to have
sent n fresh nnd urgent request to tke
Oo eminent to send out eery avall
ablo mounted man. With (Jenerat D
Wet again escaped through tho Urlllsh
cordon In the neighborhood of Tni-6
banchti. tho serious nffalrs nt VryhelJ ',
and Zastron and the Magallesburg dl
aster confronting tho Ilrltlsh peoplr.
they will begin to nsk. as they doVhy
I.nr.1 ItnliertH In nltnweil to eomn home, f
The Colonial Orllee announces Its ile-4'
clslnn to enlist (000 men, Instead or J.
1000 previously asked, to be recrultn'
In Orent Ilrltaln, for OenernI Iladen-t' 2S
. ... ....... ..i... t m
I'uwuii b cuiiBuiuuinry, niui'ii .uwifc
that recruiting In south Africa u irac
actlvo than has been anticipated. M
Dispatches from Lourenzo Marques
assert that all the Doer forces arc plen
tifully supplied with ammunition, bat
terribly short of food and clothing.
New York. James K. Sullivan, man
ager of the Pan-American Kxhtbltloa
sports hns returned from Uurfalo where
ho had n conference with Jesse C
D.inn. chairman of the sports' commit
tee of the Pan-American Kxhlhltlon.
They agreed upon n temporary pro
gram comprising sports to take up
nearly every day of the Kxposltlca
from May 11 to November 1. Tho pro
grnm agreed upon will have to be sub-'
mlttcd to a committee on sports w&o
will hold n meeting soon. Then It win
be transmitted to tho governing bodies
throughout tho country for their i
by a Oood Dinner.
A GREAT BILL
SEK THE NEW COMEDY,
"An Irish Christmas"
Tllli TltAINilD UIRD8.
Second Sacred Concert !
S.IATS ARE NOW ON SALE AT BOX
Table Fruits, Preserves, Nuts and Raisins Sliced
Peaches and Cream, are a few of the requisites
of a Good Dinner, on sale.
Chorus Girl and Harvard.
Iloston, Dec. 1C. Jessie Jordan. wo
was conspicuous in the chorus in tie
"Cadet Girl," which had a long rba
recently nt the Columbia Theater, no
who is well Known in theatrical circles ,J,
of New York and Iloston, was mirrfof . CS)
December 3d to Gerard 8. Foster, a
The news of the match has only.
just leaked out, although In New Yoric,'
miss joruan nas ueen Known as Mrs.
Foster since the early part of Uav
month; at least by a confidential few.
Roland Reed Very Low.
New York, Dec. 17. Roland Rest."
who has been for some time at 3L
Luke's hospital. Is worse. At the hos
pital this morning It was said Ma
condition had become critical. Kc ,
a very uncomfortable.
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I End nf the Century Presents !
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OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
Ic chnufintr n lirorAr inrl nmrA foAnntifiil icnrtmonf nf ArfirlAc fnr PrACAnlc thin awa. Vatr ra
Newest Designs in Pillows, Linen Table and Tea Cloths with real lace border"
ana centers, fin usnions in ureal variety.
REAL LACE. . . .
Collars, Handkerchiefs and Scarfs, Ladles' BowsFichus, Etc., In endless choice
HI CR&NHC A TTI-JlVITrirklVI I i'U
SDPriAl HIRTS PDD VnilP WIVFC
I iAtr- Ciller CitU Ptonnn nnA mnmtriaraA hran Dn4tarnr in t7.1..c.?.,A r,,.Ho jn
t i.auit) jiiij, our. v-itpuii auu l.iiiuiuiuv.iv.u wicw i uiituia in ual-iujivc ucjiiu.
RIBBONS SASHES RUGS
A Beautiful Line of New Fancies. In Embroidered Silks, Something New. To suit All Purposes. L
Our Toy Department
Is as well stocked as ever, and we would especially mention Lalutte, Pneumatic Billiards, Steam ariii
Plnll. HfAHlp Dntl.a.nm.M 1 .. r 1 I S . r n m r I I.hIAL f7HAtHan V3 . rm K3 A. V MB
wiuuh tt urn nourvufB) iruiuen uuu ujriui ijiiiiics, ulw., llu.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT STREBTjkdT J
WALL, NICHOLS & CO.
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