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I lib bVI-NIM MUUUIINi HUNUI.UI.U, MONDAI. MSCtiMllhlt )l. i 0
Mint., Broktt. tid imn,
II II II A I I.IL'IU
J. II. CAM LI-' ,"!..ril"vlce-Pri5li1 f
W. M, AI.I XASDI it nJ vice-run w
J. P. CooKP Timur
W. O. SMITH SetreUty and AuiHat
AT SPEGI&l MEEHT KIM PUKE
. - w. .JtV -Vk.W
ft &t bB) .B aV ip iM Vfc tj 9r t
ff n, s. sachs dry goods co., ltd., are (f
V now showing a splendid lot of fl
(f ladies muslin underwear, which (f
f for style and elegance has never (f
ft been equaled, while the values are (f
f everything to be desired, in con- (f
(f junction with the underwear will (f
fix ,be shown a select lot of infants (f
tf and children's dresses and gowns, (f
f t also a lot of reefers and coats, do
(f ' not forget that we sell r and g
f corsets, the best corset made.
(f n. s. sachs dry goods co., ltd..
f jobbers and retailers.
BOARD OF HEALTH
CONTRACTS FOR SUPPLIES
Winam's Tenement Premises Must
Be Made Sanitary-Some Old
Dills Come Up for
At the special meeting of the Hoard
of Health, Saturday, contracts weio
nwantcit for supplies to the MoluUal
Settlement nnd tho Insane Asylum tor
It wan ilcclilcil to call for tenders for
the Settlement's transportation ncr
lce,. as the Hawaiian Navigation Co.
had mndo an offer for carrying cattle.
A hill for rice furnished by H. line!;
fold & Co. to ono of the plague tiuarnn
tine camps was held over for Invcitl
Ration as to tho Hoard's responsibility.
It was voted to pay n bill for drugs
to tho free kindergartens, but not to
pay any moro of the same, kind.
A. V, Judd again appeared as attor
ney for Wlnam, respecting the condem
nation of his buildings nt Aala as un
habltablo until put Into sanitary con
dition. Atorney General Dole gave nn
opinion to tho effect that the Hoard
had tho power to destroy property that
was a mennco to the public health, but
advising It to be careful In cxerclslns
Kb strong' powers. It was decided, to
scrvoinotlco on Wlnam nnd his tenants
that tho buildings must be vacated un
til tho premises arc put Into condition
Dt for human habitation.
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited t
call and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Stroet ::
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Domestic 1 1
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. j: nolte.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - -Capital,
W. 0. Aehl .....Frosldont 'dc Managei
M. K. Nkuln&... Vloe President
J, Makalnai .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo. L. Desha - Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkanit,
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lanJj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also baa houses In the City
of Honolntu for rent. 1489-vl
DEATH OP ARCHIE STEELE
P. O. Box tji lLn4 CorceiponJ.net Solicited.
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN CANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleaseJ to meet their old customers.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEED
Union St. near Hotel mou
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers k Dealers
tW We will Bo 01 tafl Bail Estate li
U parts of the group.
tr We wllf Bali Properties on Season
OFFICE. 10 West King Streei
The Hawaii Hcerold gives the fol
lowing details of the death of Arch. C.
Only a few days after his marrlago
Mr. Steele developed a cold which
quickly turned Into la grippe and
symptoms of pneumonia developed, and
when a few friends surprised the bride
and groom they found Mr. Steele 111.
A week ago It wns decided to bring
Mr. Steele to Mr. Kennedy's Walakea
resldenco where ho could he nearer his
physician, Dr. Held. Up to Saturday
his condition was not considered really
serious and on Friday he sat on tho
verandah with his wlfo. Saturday l.
became .suddenly worse and a consul
tation of physicians was called and It
wns seen that his case was serious md
that there was llttlo hope for recovery.
On Sunday he was conscious only nt
short Intervals and at 10 o'clock that
night ho passed quietly nway. tho Im
mediate cause of death being heart
Funeral services were held at tho
First Foreign church, of which Mr.
Steele was a member, at 2 p. m. Mon
day, tho church being crowded, Kllau-
ca Lodgo of Masons, of which deceaj
cd had recently been elected Master,
occupying one form. Mr. Cruzan In hlo
remarks, paid a deservedly h'fgh tribute
to the deceased and tho quartet, com
posed of Mrs. Lewis, Miss Wolfendon.
Mr, Howland and Mr. Cooke sang Rock
of Ages nnd Nearer My Ood to Thee,
After the services at tho church, tho re
mains, which were encased In a beau
tiful black walnut casket, were turned
over to the Masonic lodgo for Inter
ment. The nail bearers were N. C.
Wlllfong. E. D. Baldwin,' Mr. Webster,
Mr. McKcnzle, E. N. Holmes nnd W. H.
At tho grounds tho beautiful Mi
sonlc ceremony was read by E. E. Rich-
arils and Rev. J. A. Cruzan while Hie
vicinity of tho burial plot wns crowded
with brother Masons and friends of
FUNERAL OF DAVID NAONE
AT KAWAIAHAO YESTERDAY
Impressive Ceremonies In Church-
Interment in Cemetery-Band
Plays Dirges-Three Vol
The funeral of the late l)ald Llmi
Naono took place from Knunlalmo
church Sunday afternoon. The body
of the deceased was placed In the
church Saturday night nnd no regular
services wcro held Sunday morning.
During tho day floral contributions
came In from the many friends of tho
deceased nnd nt 3'30 o'clock, the time
set for the services, tho church was
crowded with both natives and for
eigners. Rev. II. 11. l'nrkcr, Row TlmotM.
Rev. W. I). Westcrvelt, Rev. Ezcrn and
Henry Wntcrhottse took their places
In tho pulpit shortly before the tlm"
for the services, Three passages o!
Scripture wcro lend by Rev. Tlmotm,
prayer wns offered by Rev. Fzcra and
then Henry Wnterhouso said n few
words bearing on the good work of the
deceased. This was followed by a trl
buto to tho memory of David Lime
Naono on the part of Rev. II, II. l'a."'
ker. Tho many virtues of tho deceased
wcro dwelt upon nnd his faithfulness
In tho work of the church was spoken
of most touchlngly. The bencdlctlot
wns pronounced by Rev. W. I). V.
At tho conclusion of tho services t!n
honorary pall-bearers, consisting of tho
following, carried the coffin to tho
henrso waiting outside: Edward LIU
kalanl, Ocorgo It. Castle, Hon, J. L
Kaulukou. Joseph Al, M. Kelllaa, W.
II. Kalllmal, C. B. Dwlght and J. Ka
ntiha. As tho coffin was being placed In tho
hearse, a detail of sixteen picked men
from tho First Regiment formed In
front of tho hcarso and, when the pro
cession started with pall-bearers and
ministers In their places and a large
number of people following, the band,
stationed nt tho Punchbowl gate of th
cemetery struck up n dirge. This mu
sic was continued nt Intcrvnls until
tho casket wns lowered Into the grave.
After tho burial services by Rev. II. II
Parker and Rev. W. D. Westcrvelt. the
squad of guardsmen fired three volleys
over tho gravo of their comrade and
tho buglo sounded "taps."
Captain Klemmo nnd Lieut. Symthe
represented tho First Regiment nt tho
funeral. Sergeant I-ohman command
ed tho detail of guardsmen.
DLd 1 HS:,UluAKb
AT 1 lilt
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Cornur Murclmnt miU Nuiiniui l.,
iiImo HOTEL ST., opponltu Itulhul.
WAT More Suitable 'Xm.is Present
than one of those H.imlwmc "UP TO
DATH" Hlectrlc Pi.tno or Komling
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office anj Salesroom,
Alakea St., Makai of Merchant St.
P. O. HOX 144. "PHONE" 190.
Sugar Factors ni
Honolulu iobacco Co., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
tluft Arrived ex. ZeiilandlnJ
ALAROU STOCK OP.
Owl Club Cigars,
Celebrated Hotel Brunswick Cigars,
AWARDl D GOLD .MEDAL, PARIS I:.lOSITION, looo.
WhatRun Down ?
Molldtiy Hours unci
Hard Work Did It.
EASY TO MEND WITH
SCHILLER'S MALT EXTRACT
A MALT THAT'S ALL MALT.
JRc Uuttlc-$!2.50 n Dozen.
HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY.
, . - - . j
L, A. H. Otis. Von Holt Block. Kine Street. 0. A. Bierback.
Hiwallan Commercial h Sufar C
OI.1.1 Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
1'al.i Plantation Company.
Nahlkti Sugar Company.
Klhcl Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Kahulul KallroaJ Company.
The California and Oricilil S. 1 U.
rV.G. Irwin & Go
Wcstcrn Hugar Hennery Co., ot MM
Daldwlu Iocomotlvo Worki, tt-
riilladi'lphlo, l'enn., U. S. A.
Newell UnUcrsal Mill Co. (NaUomal
Cano Shlcddcr), New York, U. B. A.
N. Ohlandt H Co.'s Chemical FerUH
Alex. Crofs & Sons, high grade Ia
tlllzcrs for Cnno and Coffee.
Heed's Steam I'luc Covering.
AI.RO OITKIt FOIt BALE
I'nramne l'nlnt Co.'s V. ft D. Palm
nnd Papers; l.ucol and Una
Oils, raw nnd boiled.
Indtirlno (a cold-water paint),
whllo and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement.
CASTLE & COOKE
Tli fcwi PUnutl'dCo.
rm Wtlilaa Attlcullivil Co., L 1.2
Tb KobiU Sue ir C
Tb W.lttt.,4 Sum till C.
Tbt Koloa Arrtoilturtl Co.
Too Fulton Iron Wciki, SI. loalt. Mo,
Tbt Coo. F. BUkt Sum Poaat.
Tho Now EntUndLlfoIaiBroMCo.oJlo
Too tti Flio loo. Co. ol Hortfort, fioM
Tho AUUnco Atiufonco Oi ol tooloo.
Urn. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. a. Irwin.. President and Tdnisf
Claus Spreckcls Vice PrealdaaA
W. M. aiffard ..Second Vice Prealdem
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treaa. and 9m.
Geo. J. Kosa AndlUal
-youNG itNDtR cooa
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town nnd suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
HOTEL STREfcT.'noir Fort
Hot nnd Cold Untha, SSctn.
Mrs. I. W. Ronch C. A. Kldlnger
jo vears rractlce. references If desired.
All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned
and Renalred. Office with the Mawa l.m
Iron Fence and Monument C"., 179 to 180
iw St.. Hr. t j.-cidf niai noici.
.054. 82-im Lincoln P lock rates,
T. R. MOSSMAN
Searcher of Title,
He Attended Lincoln.
New York. Dec. 18. Dr. Charts
Snbln Tuft, ono of tho surgeons who
attended President Lincoln Immedi
ately after tho President was' shot In
Ford's Theater, died today at his homo,
3D South Seventh avenue, Mount Vfcr-
non.'of cancer In tho throat.
Roller Wolcott Dend.
Doston, Dec. 21. Former Oovornor
Itoser Wolcott dTcd nt his residence In
this city today. Ho became III wlih
typhoid fovcr several weeks ago, hut
reports from his Iiedsldo Indicated
nothing alarming until the latter pari
of last week, when new complications
produced a clinngo for the worse. From
that tlmo until the end camo bulletins
of his condition wcro hopeful, but lmrl
ly rcasurlnK. His physicians said to
night thnC death resulted from extreme
weakness, duo lo the progress of the
disease. Tho member ot his family
were at his bedside.
r$6,00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90
Manner's Standard Horse and Stock Book.
A complete. lectori
book contains m&n
liltlitrto unVno u or
Dcjitmenu do, otcf
to taorai, cattle
tiec? and iwlne; atK
poultrT, degfl, bue out
lure, Iucludlng thl
cure of fruit trvci.oto
1,200 pacci, ovei
anl moot valuatdi
tarmtra' book In thl
world. It alno con
talua IT nedal col.
end platea. If yoi
dealro Uili book, tend
us our special otlei
nriee. 12.90. anil vrc
will forwanl tbe book
to you. ir It Is not
aauuacuHT, return 11
asnrra o xbb
1UKANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPAWY
OF HAN FBANOIBOO. OAT
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
Doner. Bend for our tpeel
The over popular Rainier beer la bo
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass ot Seattle," Is moro
A,n l.nnH.1 , n n nn.tlltlnv ntaa Tll a
Criterion Saloon boa tbe beor un Up or
WHERE COOPERATIVE LABOR SUCCEEDS
It or rcfunil vout
Iftl UlmtratM raUloguc,
motliie tho lowest prlcei on books, FEZI. W
KU MTU i Vt UJWUtl rtwv . v.-.- w
' THE WERNER COMPANY,
illlitill MtHlMtanro. Akron, OMO.
Th WctAcr Compujr ttwrougbly nlUbU.-Cditoc.
Ltmce with H. F. Bertleman, Contractor,
King St. opposite Wall, Nichols & Co.
ALL ItlnJs of Stone and Coicrrte
at CALIFORNIA PHICES.
WE make a fceclaltv of constructlne
Cement Side Walks at very reasonable
Chicago, Dec. 20, Upwards of $100,000 will bo vountnrlly distributed
to 3000 employes of tho Crnno Elovntor Company's Now Year's day as their
share of the profits accruing during tho prospcious season of 1900. This will
bo of n sum equivalent to 5 per cent yearly on wago of each employe In the
establishment. Thcro will be no discrimination. Everybody will bo treated
on tho same basis, nnd Uio good fortuno of employes will vniy nccordlns
to tho amount of their nnnual wngca. Thus a laborer who has earned J1000
during tho year will receive $50, whllo tho superintendents will get from $J.'.0
to $500 each. OITlco boys nnd tho smallest salaried employes will all recclvo
something of no less valuo than u $20 gold piece.
"Tho Crnne Company has injo)o. an unusually prosperous year iltirlnt
1000." sold ono of tho principal nmorn or tho company. "Tho company
wnnted to share Its prosperity with Its ciiiplojcs. It was considered that
this was no mora than cqultauto and fulr thing to do. nnd that eerj com
pany that had n good car should do tho sumo thing."
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Osia: f mm 'AoaM.HAMM AM. a .&m. ..
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SmrS? ALWAYS iJStn "AGENTS FOR- ' if
? rRMBrtit0i.CO. The Lancashire Insurance Co. IN
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HOLIDAY PRESENTS AKont8 rr m
au H4ll4n ArfUuttuiil ZaZ?ur,AmmUm 4H
............IHl............... sTiiannanv Clnbalai Nnstat Dtamt ia -? . bHHH
DPDRIIMRC DRDnilMPrjtCPC TfillPTCRTG Co.. HoaoBuSofsr io, Walluka 4ai Ca. Msaa H
aa.aa vfauf rum owiraa. wrauL.7, i VIL.L. i u a j auaar n , .laifaaaio mooui uo., moiecai oTaaatjo.. & iassl
. .... -., .. Plsntor's Lino Son Fr I3ca Pacini kaa. to ojat 9BB
Rojicr & Gallet's, Pinaud's, cosiinooiBopackot. r' H
ALlnsnn'c. Pli-L-cn.L-,.r.c LIST OF OFFICERS ' M
ond other makes, ot Reduced Prices. O. M. Cooke, President) (Horn . E9
i- - Sa.i - a. RobBrtsoii, MausKOT! K. F. HTslinoi ?m
DCnSOn, OmiLal Ot O., sULQ., Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. f , S
' . .. . Allen, Audit ir; P. C. Jones, H. WaioVr MB
hnpr finfl Hntf-j! K-aa. lim.. n.n u n... tii.h.-. v BBBBBl
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WLmMWlm Reaping the grain I?
k- .tlU'Alvi' fl J I fiY 9HwJ -' . ,LI.L U. ..ir-.lt TnnlinA fATllC BJ ' i
L.-2imiM Mil Tl f4nfai " wiih.ii in". " ,v.."..v- ,.. y .
if WlM M MISbI Noble whiskey i$ distilled. M W
sssHlaX SV MrfJ rmAlVMm Nothing but the finest grade ol corn or H . iM
nVi WAVMM rye is used. ' ' . '
fW K II wyir$Mm No exPensc i$ 5Parci1 in ,$ li$lil,4,ion :'i j
isir irT JvXWW That is why it has been the leader all over m$ ' 1
l Mlf 'rJiioBml the world for over seventy years. my '
WtKlltlf lLllranlsBsl It is six years in wood before bottling. H
wmm )WP3 u is pure and hone$t' .iif
mBL fJllW A great aid to .digestion. -?W$l )
I sWafuisi VUlfll I l:,.'J ' - An lueai uuinucci. Hi'v TaaiiT!
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD, Sole Agents. JjK,