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TltB'BVt3NJN0 bOkLRTINI HONOLULU, II. I., SAtUUUAY, DKCilMMlIt ), lyw.
NEW 800IS .
IN UHOs VAMIETY
Black ind MlvanleJ, In any length)
V Indi to H Inch thick.
Uliton' maka big supply on hind.
Palms and Oils
Manila and Slsil Irom .V Inch to 6
Rica Plowt and Breaking Plows.
Iki Hawaiian Hardware
Port St.. opposite SprecktU Bank.
There Is In slere (or yen
it the NEW EMM BAKERY
fclldeis Mince, Cream
and other flavored pics
Same as year Mother
used to make.
Boighllls thai ire the talk of the
town because everybody wants them.
And't fall line of pastry for the
Holidays made fresh every day.
Cow and see us at
J. Oswald Lilted',
W fit W S ! Jtt ( t JM W W S
&t)WW(9QU'to Agents "Arabic"
AtoSkWliT MinS Compound J
. I have painted several large Iron
A4avt tnkMt4Me017)ae Warehouses here in Honolulu with K
TBiZSSsLOT your'-'AMBlC-Roof CoolinsCorn
' J'iij . v.
pound, and am pleased to say it is
giving the very best of satisfaction, j
It preserres the iron from rust, is
most durable, anJ keeps it cooler
by 15 degrees. I have had 20
years experience ns, a painter, 5 K
years here In Honolulu, and I have y
yet to find as good a paint as the
"AHABIC" for Iron Roofs.
Yours vely truly, j
W. R. RILEY
vt f at w vi r ) at tm at )Mf x'x man f at uf
Colurnbia phonographs and Records ! 1
A NEW INVOICE, JUST RECEIVED.
''t I ' TfOtl-
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I'ables and Chairs.
In Tho Latest Design
and Hand Lamp.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
r C. w! Macfarlane,
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h Bletxilx. Books
We canvaUlt you In
j SIZE, QUALITY and PRICE.
PATENT ' ' , ' '
FLAT OPBN1NQ BOOKS
We&l, JXTiolola Cot. Ltd.
EX. "KA1ULAN1" v
PALE LAGER and
. PREMIUM PALE BEER
are brewed by the
Antasfcr-Busch Brewing AssW, St. Louis.
. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Inlands.
The (JnHlr In due from Orlfhlnl imt'a
on New YMt'a day
Take a title on the electric rars up
Pacific Helghtf, Pare S cents. '
A Sunday iM mi ihi rlwtrle raw.
Head the htitlce under New Today.
A cottage nt six ronma and hath li
offered for tent. 8-e To Let column.
Joeeph K. Clark linn drought a ill
xirro full aaalmt hla wife Abhlq K.
The Chrlitmna aoclal ot th Chrlv
tlan church Humlny achool Thuradn
nlxht waa a auccess.
Dr. McDonnlit la reported at likely to
aucceeit Dr. Hoffmann ni Fcr.T
Tho Y. M. rj. A. haa, Incited all the
memhera of the Y, V, C, A, to Ita re
ception on New Ycar'a day.
Proceedings In bankruptcy have hocn
brought In the United BtatM. Witrlct
Court against J. A. nutterfleld.
The schooner 8. T, Alexander arriv
ed In San Francisco on the 22d 20 da) a
from Kahulul with a cargo of tugar.
The barkentlne S. 0. Wilder and tho
achooner llelene are reported aa hav
ing left San Krauclico on December
21 for Honolulu.
K. II. Shanka will apeak to the young
men at the regular meeting In tho Y.
M. C. A. Sunday afternoon. His sub
ject lll be: "Our I'lana for tho Now
The Coptic brought last night M
bags ot mall matter. Of this amount
330 bags nerc transferred to the tranu
port Thomas which sailed at 12 o'clock
Up to 1:30 p. m. the Klnati from llllo
porta had not been sighted. Ooubtlew
she will bring Interesting news of the
races, big luau'and general good time
hnd In Hllo. t .
In today's' Qulletln will be found a
Dy Authority by Oco. Lucas, clerk of
tho Circuit Court, dealing wltH tho pe
tition ot-the administrator of tho'cs
tate ot the late Cnptalnhlarry English.
We are the headquarters for "Wash
burn" mandolins .hnd1 guitars. Our
prices are positively tho' cheapest of
fered In this city. Also agents for tho
famous "Martin" guitars and "Maurer"
mandolins. The Dergatrom Music Co.,
The demise of Engineer Phillips lust
Thursday recalls an acpldent that oc
curred to him some three years ag?
while employed on the steamer "Walj
leak, the Injuries at the time finally
resulting In his death. He was hit by
a sling ot sugar which caused Daraly
ats. 'The schooner Enterprise that, left
hero some time ago arrived In San
Francisco on the 22d Inst. It will bo
remembered 'that this .fa the tchoontr
that was In ptllkla for a long time ow
ing to tho peculiar methods of tho
captain In transacting bulenees. When
she left here It was reported that !io
was going to the Sound to load lum
ber. San Francisco Is very much wrought
up over tho disclosures made In con
nection with a suit for libel brought
by Baron J. II. von Schroeder against
the Call. The testimony brings out
many ahady artlons of ''society" la
dles and gentlemen at Hotel Rafael.
In Kaumakaplll church, Kapalami,
Sunday evening, there will, be a untcn
meeting of tho Y. P. S. C. E. and con
gregations of both Ka.wnlahao and
Kaumakaplll. Mist Xlur'cotV who re
cently arrived fromfMatralla. and who
has traveled all over the world, will
speak on an Interesting topic.
The American ahlp C, P. Sargent in
command of Captain Gannon was re
ported! on December 17- off. Cape Flat
tery unable to enter the, jStralts on ac.
count ot stormy weather. She sailed
from Honolulu about four weeks ago
and Is overdue at Tacoraa to whl.-h
port she sailed to take on a return
cargo of 2500 tona of coal.
The 'Installation ot the officers of
Oahn Lodge, K. of P, will take place In
Castle Hall on Fort street on the even
ing of the first Friday In January.'Tlu
committee Inv charge of the arrange
ments for the occasion have secured a
first class caterer to furnish tho good
things for the banquet that Is to tako
place after the Installation. The mem
bers are looking forward to a good tlmo
which the committee ot Ave that has
been at work for three weeks, can sure
(T.(B(i,1T,sg5(9We 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
TT TKTatola. "KTib.xle "STo-u. Sleep
BOWER'S. MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AdENCY ::::::::
RtlUbU WtUtman lurnlih.l tor.tom.nl proptrtj, But City i.i.koc.i lumtihid. Dtidl.
u4 cotdntUI work of ill lottt. .1 '
Office Ream 4 Model Block
P. O. II0X 284.
LOCAL AND GiiNiiRAL
Admiral rklilcy will retire nct Or
I'orto Itlrti has pa""! n bill Intro
itiiclng tho Jury system,
Thf wlfo tif Kenattif Win. t. I'ne
died suddenly In Washington, Dec 31
1 he Kiititillllll mission school of the
same church had Its good tlmo yester
day. Camara & Co.' can now ho found on
Alnkca street between King and Mer
chant. Hacha' Dry Goods Co.'s store will re
main open this evening and on New
Chickens 25 cents cacti, ducks 1')
cents for today only, Sec nd ot Hono
lulu Market Co. on page 8.
Tho ship S. I). Carlcton Jn charge of
Captain Amcsbury has (eft Tacomaj
with n cargo of coal for Kahulul.
Hough weather Is rcportejl by steam
era from Kauai. In crossing channel
sen was rough with strong head winds,
Tho New York Times published the
complete returns ot thn national elec
tion which show McKlntcy's majority
to bo over a million.
Delegate Wilcox haa forwarded his
friends copies ot tfio Congressional
Kecorll giving the account ot his ait
mtssjon to the floor of Congress.
Henry Cobb-Adams, principal of tho
Knncoho school, Is In town today. On
tho way ho paid all Ins Alslt lo,hl
friend,. Dr. Hubcrt'Wood, at Wufalul.
On. December 17 the American bark
Two Urothcrs was'taklng onOOO tons
ot cohl at Tacoma for the Islands', ati'l
by this tlmo is well on her way here.
"Some special purposes of .prayer, '
will bo Hcv. A. E. Cory's topic at 11
a. m., and "A Judge and twelve Jurom"
at 7:30 p. m., In tho Christian church
Along with patching KlnK street ))
tho road bureau, between Kawalahao
and Thomas square, tho Hawaiian
Tramways Co. Is putting Its tracks Into
agreement with tho street, grade.
Tho HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY
CO. have been selling Eastman Kodak)
at Eastern list for two years, and this
enterprising firm advises us that Ihcy
have novcr been forced to offer induce
ments In order to sell goods.
Miss Ivy Richardson ot llllo who has
been nway a couple of jears or more In
America and Europe, will be here In
the Zcalandla of -January 2. She will
await the Klnati following and will
then return to her homo In the Rainy
There was a very pleasant Cbrlstmai
tree entertainment in Mammae church,
Nutiantt. last evening, under tho aus
pices1 bf Mrs. Watcrhouse and, Mr, and
Mrs. .Robert Andrews. jThcrc were a
hundred and thirty-eight children prcu-
ent and a good time nil around was
had. Refreshments weje served.
The mooring bits on Navy wharf No.
2 were given a sctero ttcst last night
when nn nttempt was made to warp tho
transport Thomas from Navy whuit
No. 1 to No. 2 In order to make room
for tho transport Klntuck so that she
could bo ablo to land her horses and
mules. During tho operation two
heavy hawsers that nerc made faBt tc
tho mooring bits parted jithout affect
ing them a particle' by "the Inlmenro
strain put upon them.
Tho Republican this ruVirnlng makes
the statement that "the organization ct
tho two extra companies for the First
Regiment ot National Guards may havo
to bo abandoned owing to tho lack of
Interest shown by tho natives," ThoJo
who havo theso companies In hand can
state that this la not a fact. The na
tives are very enthusiastic over tho
matter and Honolulu will see two f'.ll
fledged native companies at tho end of
the first six months of the new year.
There were only thrco cases on tho
Police Court calendar this forenoon
and. all were conntlnueduntll Monday.
In the caBe of Sam Ilroad for assault
and battery on Hansen, the defendant
explain that all df his .witnesses' w'er'o
aboard theAV." 0, Irwin, now In Sin
Francisco. In the case of J, D. Martin,
the bluejacket, charged with Iqrccny In
the Bccond degree, tho prosocuting offi
cer explained that the fitness the de
fendant wanted could cot be found by
Your Needs Are Our Study 1
YOU NEED COMFORT,
YOU NEED FIT,
YOU NEED SERVICE.
0 MclNERNY shoe store,
W & Marsh, Ud.
A GREAJ BILL
SEE THE NEW COMEDY,
"An Irish Christmas"
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
r rVjTr I'ai
Coyne Furniture Co, 3
Fort and Beretania Streets, i
A Prosperous New Year to Everybody !
E 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 deservlnR of favorable
conslde-atlon In the future.
W. W. DIMOND & CO., Ltd.
Importer of Crockery, Glaus and
.House Furnishing Goods.
NOS. tf.55 AND 57 KINO ST., HONOLULU.
The New Century Is At Hand !
by a Qood Dinner.
Table Fruits, Preserves, Nuts. and RalsinsSliced
Peaches and Cream, are a few of the requisites
of a Good Dinner, on sale.
A Chinese Meeting
Endsjn a Fight
There wnas h very warm tlmo it Uts
meeting of the Chinese In the ball ot (
tho United Chinese jBoclety on Klajt
street last night. Intact, It waxed as
warm that a light was the result. Trie,-,
meeting was called for the purpose ot
deciding on what disposition to make i '
oi ine iuniia ot mo uiunese uenrr so
ciety. It was a well known fact Ihuc
the Dow Wongs were In favor of hir
ing tho money turned Into the rotlnx t
of tho Chinese Hospital and that" tho ,
Imperialists were for placing these
funds at the disposal of ,thc. United CiV-
ncsc Society to bo used for charltaSl v
purposes, , ,
Ycc Chin and Chu Gem wero In the-
chair. The meeting was catted to ar
dor nnd a communication from Chlnnm
Consul Yang Wcl Pin was rearti he bi-
Ing unable to be present at the meet
ing. The Consul stated It aa hla whfe
that the funds, some 19.800, be Urne
over to the United Chinese Society, tie
same to be used tor charitable po
poses. This waa a signal for all ktaua
of trouble. W, W. Ahana. C. Ayan a
others ot the Itcform party object!
to this disposition ot the money 1m
ery strong language.. Akau ot the
I.ung Tu tribe arose nnd objected t
tho remarks of the members or i.
now Wong Society. Tho advice or lire '
Consul should bo followed.. There was
inoro objection on tho part of the Bow
Wongs nnd for a time. It looked is H
there would be trouble. The chalrmxz
railed for order and a vote was takes.
It was found that the large majorltr
was on tho side ot the Consul .
The motion for adjournment bad )trt
been put when some of the Bow Wons '
Society began to say unpleasant thins
about tho two chairmen and Chn Germ
In particular. This officer arose tnm
his scat and declared that It any ar
pcrslona were cast on Jilm by any e '
the members, he would resign at omrc
Hot words followed'. In the midst. aC
which, W. W. .Ahana wrrggled hla -wxr
out of tho crowded house and gilneJ
the open. His associate Ayau waa aot -so
fortunate. Angry Imperially,
punched him several tlmea and there
were promises of n general conflict aC
the two opposing factions but cooler
Judgment prevailed nnd the troeMo
was soon brought to an end.
Minister Hoihl Ra.lgna.
New York, Dec. 22. A dispatch I
Toklo to the Herald says: Baroa Ylotti
Toru, the Minister ot Communlcatlaeai
has resigned his post on account ot tm.
accusation ot bribery In connectiai
with the street cleaning contracts ot
the City Council. It Is not believe
that this resignation, even It persist
In, will causo a Cabinet crisis.
Fine Job PrlnUng at tb
Oflc. . .
I En1 at Ilia Cattiurr Dracatiic I
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THE I: V EN I NG .BULLET I N
THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY I'AI'EK
A KLOMIYKP rOH AUVEKTIilUS J J J J & J J J
THE TRAINBD UIRD8.
Second Sacred Concert !
SEATS AHIi NOW ON SALE AT I10X
WALL, NICHOLS & CO.
OUR ART DEPARTMENT !
. Is showing ajarger 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. '"'' i
REAL LACE. . . ; jj
uiiui'b, iittiiuKcruiiici aiiu ocurie, l.uuici' duwh, ricnus, etc., in cnaiess CH
HIICRAMHS ATTPNTIftlMI . . fv
SPECIAL GIFTS FOR YOUR WIVES.
Ladies' Silks, Silk Ciepon 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.
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uup ioy Liepartinent
Is as well stocked as ever, and we would especially mention Lalutte, Pneumatic Billiards, Steam 4utm
ciock woi'K Kauways, I routes ana upright engines, Etc., Etc.
E. W. JORDAN,
No. 10 FORT STREETS
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