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SEATTLE RAINIER BEER
For Sale by Everybody !
For New Years !
" Name on Every Piece."
hM? SALB BY
WE ARE SOLE
Afrlcana Henrv Clay
Bock Flor De Cuba
La bspanola Partagis
Gtrcla Caslmlro Alvarez
Villa Villa Larranagi
A Choice Selection suitable for the Holiday
Trade. Treat your best fellov to a nice box, so
he can smoke and think kindly of a' fair giver.
BISHOP & CO'S, Celebrated Los Angeles, California,
Spiced Peaches, Spiced -Pears, Spiced Quinces, Preserves, Jams and Jellies. Also Buffet
Preserves, Crystallized Fruits, Etc.
P. 0. Box 407.
b Fancy Work !
i A few of these Beautiful Goods are still on sile.
OF ALL KINDS,
Wash Silks, Silk Cord, Pillow Covers,"
Table Cloths, Gtc.
2 MY STOCK OF FANCY WORK INCLUDES
" BURNT LEATHER, BURNT VVQOD, a large assortment
jC of Sofa Pillows, Fine Embroidered Linens, Slippers, Baby
Pillows, Pin-cushions, Toilet Sets, and many other
Mrs. H. H. Williams,
Fort St., above Motel.
City Furniture Store.
ArtvEmbroidery Taught. Stamping Done.
Will be assured by a present
of a nice piece of Jewelry.
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tfRINEJEWLLRYrOK I HE HOLIDAYS IN ALL
. THE LATEST STYLES OF HROOCHES,
.RINGS, CHAINS, WATCHES, ETC. : : : :
iidcbAl discount for (.ash puuchaics.
: :" 1 Please Favor me with a Call. : : :
M. F. LUCAS, jowolor,
For the Holidays, an Elegant Assortment of BON
BONS, the finest ever imported to these Islands. Sec the
display in our windows. All prices.
Numc on Every Piece.
Fiesh from the Factory a Choice Lot of Lowney's
Chocolate Candies Just the thing for one's best girl ;
thev are wholesome.
GTiotco Hiivanu GlKir
Key West Clear Havana Cigars,
especially imported for our trade.
AGENTS FOR THESE BRANDS
Glace Fruits, Smyrna Figs, Raisins,
Nuts, Aince Meat, Cranberries, Plum
Pudding, Citron, Lemon and Orange
Peel, Dates, Marron Glace and Crystaliz
ed Apricots, Stuffed Prunes.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
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A new brand
Three Telephones, 240, 240, 240
Jas. F. Morgan
U 05 Queen Street
ON THURSDAY, JAN. 3, 1901
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises, Punchbowl street, be
low Queen street, I will sell at public auc
tion all the WOODEN BUILDINGS and
SHEDS In the RELIEF CAMP.
There are four two-story buildings, about
26x47 feet each.
One bullllng, 26x51 ; one building, ux
30 i one two-story building, 21x60, and
TERMS-CASH. Tenants to have ten
days from date of sale for removal, and
buildings to be removed within thirty
Gays from date of sale.
JAS. F. SIORQAN,
On Friday, Jan. 4, 1901,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises, VINEYARD STREET
between River and Llllha Streets, 1 will
sell at Public Auction :
Five two-story wooden bulldlngi. 20x40.
One one-story wooden building, 20x33.
Eleven two-story wooden buildings, 20x36
One.one-story wooden building, 20x33.
One two-story wooden building, 24x50.
Several sheds and washhouses.
Buildings to be removed within thirty
days from date of sale.
Tenants to have .ten days from date
of sale for removal.
Jae. F. Morgan,
Ait ' (Hi . tttll l Itlttiti I
it fsl a hut tut iftif.ftM t llPtt tw
itittutmt M ttnh tut ,, 1 r.f l- fetal,,
sJ Aj ttmti it MMlh fail ,, lit ttittHt 4vtf
M,'. tut cftrti Ih fitoftt tf Htttwlm.
EMPLOYERS or LADOtt-Hta-lstrf M i.M
month anj try tha rrsutls with K W, AtVlnsftn,
surer LiriiiTMiKt Orrici, Maoonn liuiiHiti
NOTICE All rmont olnK tn. ar ruiJ to
ray In full or In rart.
BARflAINS IN JEWELHY-you can ft ttm at
M F LLCA. n Ho'rl Si. I mi EnfravUia-
ana" man-allna; dnna. ,66,
NOTICH TO m.'IU)n;-Th Union Ear-rass Co
tin WHITE SAND TOR SALE mill
XlANTf l You to hat rositlon In it w
vv Yur. Comirrnc lltll. St. Alklnson, Mac-oon
BulUlnr, Merchant M
ARFLtAHLr fMon wlsti. to tent an unfuinltta
hous. til ,i tnntp or tnt.p. R 1 1 rraionitlo
At ply I.I (iEAK LANSING & CO.,
i,tq,w JuJi Hunting.
l,' ANTED 9 tti Room Home ani hjtt, lumlV
v el nr uifurnUlieJ Will rav Cah for (jr.
mum "Immediate, Hl'lLt-TIN Qfftte.
VOUNU MAN, iienoerafsher an trrrwrlltr, at
' once. A J Jim "A N." Uullelln OIiice.
WANTtD-WATCIIESto repair by )eelef o( M
vearaexrerleve Jot rrcelvei a fin 1 ne e(
novelties. O. DIET, ait Nmami St nol-tt
WANTED A ynunemin with exeerlence In retail
' grocery rutlne i to work tor a larct Arm with
Pftol pro. recti o( alvtneenrnt AI1141 re well re'
commnJeJ AJJreta A H , at tM office ,Mi-lt
UANTED-ENdHAVINO AND ENAMELING
W M F. LUCAS k Hotel St. ire
LD PAPtfiS TO EXCIN(ih for clean Cot
ion Kagt Appply l liullrtln oiflc. t-tf
ynn OWL LUNCH AND OYSTCR ROOM
Oysters erveJ n th shell only Try his
riminai rum ana rpjr anawicnri ana ione uor
Nuusnu and Hv street WM, Lt'CAS, Proprietor,
IT you Kti tu rent your h ue or rooms "WELtV
ise Mmn-n, Maroon iiuiuinc'
COrf RT.M1 Coltar-t of 6rtK.msanl bath on RIvrr
t'ren mti atuve v in-varj . inauraoij i. k.
OSONIO, U. Luso office, AUrchmt St. near Hi ship's
TO I HT-Nlcc y fjrnhheJ r om, on Yojnc s rfel.
Aivess "G A ' Ihlt office. itiimw
FOR LNT An elegant laire nw brick store, tx
jo, on Hotel St New FnylanJ Bakery, tyii'tt
A ftirnlkhei room at s"o DcretinU rext
1 tfiDR IIOrf-MAN
TO IET A tiyuee tn Kuk il lane ani a tntr
on H Tetania St , nnv tuIIJInj; for term apply
kikaiuli calkin liu gu
TO Lni 5eft n Hnust el lurnUlWJ rorm w ih
board Youne St . neir Pi'kol. it o-im
TO RENT Ptimlshei room Garitntane. rmijtri
of Mrs McConnel, off Union street. No. o GarJ-n
PR SALE A iuoo Columbia R'fer. rractCily
new A bargain. ArrlvtnC S I tier kinii
S ., MauVi Ue, 4th house mmAlatal. n$' w
CHOICE LOTS, Kiplolanl Park aJJIt en (twin
P. H Burnette. )?Klng St iy tf
HOUSF & LOTVIUeraT on'ySr.6xin,t. P.
II llurnette. $ KlntSt ir'-tl
v- YEAR LENSE, wlhtriul home, Klnz UeM
" very cneap. rent onty aia.j.. montn r 11
Bumette. ,q King St iTttl
I EASES (or ule In all pa ta ol Ire city. I'. II
L Uurnctte, jg King: St rrt (
FOR SALE Four Ion, llotrnn tt , If jpaVilil, Wal
klkl. tyjonch. JeftaUarber. .1 King Su to tl
COR SALf A laree 4-wn Inw Waretir.ua A
cen'rally localei li.lttlng Hoitso ant ri'tare.
Muilneta lroperty In heirr ut ctv relldencc rroprty
IIENKY WAT.tH'U.r. St CO .(01 tl
COS SAIE ''R RENT-A ac Lot h Nuano
V.ll.v. with Lare Houvj ani Several CotUc.
HENRY SVATERHOUSt; it ' O itjq-tf
THE bMt5cenlclmrlnl0.nl. ih. "COIONEL"
tnbahadattht Myrtle Clear More nett to Or.
theum All hint. o( Manl'y f'i..' m apclally
NEARLY NEW. UPRWHT l,o (or tale at 1
bareah. Apply ftS U relaMa atrect, near
,'umpinc aianon ion, tt
PR SALE $100, ruimiurenr arume4 cottaga
near town, with prlv lce n( renting cctlagt.
WILI IAM SAVIDGE ft CO..
x6 Merchant St.
FOR SALE LOTS In alama near town. All .lie
an4 price.. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE & CO..
.06 Merch.nt St
eaeholj on Quran .treet.
near Honolulu Iron Work..
worn., ea ve.r. 10 run.
SplenJId Warehouse location.
Apply 10 WILLIAM aAVIUliR, GC L.LT ,
v Merch.nt alreet
FOR SALE A pa'r ( black crach horaea lormerly
the Dronertvol Wrn (, Irwin. E.a. Aptilv tc
J.me. Carty, American SUMes, Merchant anj Rich
PR SALE-LAND5 IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ.M VIVAS n.
LOST A .tn.ll wreath plnct leaves ani pearls,
dewn town Literal reward II returned to H.
Ulnklage, L.u.tom nous. ,to
LOST a gold enameled pin; monogram Ui
In crimson and gold. Finder pleas, rat
mi. omre ana receive rewara
FOHND-A rew store on Hutel St ,
Elite Ice Cream Parlor.. GEO.
PU.ND-AI corner ol King street nd Walklkl
road, an IS K gold wedding ring. Finder can
tute same by calling at thla office and Davlnccsts
Ot advertising iMf-ti
THE HONOLULU MEAT CO,. LTD.
will close Tuesday, January 1, New Year's
L)ay, at 10 a. m
fc HONOLULU MARKET CO.. LTD.
THE METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
Ltd., will close to-morrow, Tuesday, Jar.
1, New Year's Day, at 10 o'clock a.m.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO., LTD.
THE UNDERSIGNED GROCERS
will close all day (New Years) Tuesday,
H. MAY & CO. LTD.,
LEWIS & CO,
1725-lt SALTER & WAITY.
Le Progres Del' Oceanic
A & A. S. RITE.
THERE WILL HE A SPECIAL
meeting of the above lodge at 7:30 o'clock
THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, it Its
hall, Mawilc I emple.
TRANSACTION! OF BUSINESS.
Members of Hawaiian 1 odee No. 31 and
Pacllic 1-oJge N ) His and all rejourning
brethren are cordially invited tu pe prevnt.
By order of the
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SaturJay. eo 11 t I I lj
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Suniay it4,"' m 1 lt6 4i ' lr
I ti' til ! !
Klnt Quarter of 'he Moon 1111 the
28th at 3 ID p. m..
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo l lOli, 30m
lower than Oreciwlch time, belug
that of the meridian of 157 30. The
tlmo whistle blows at 1:30 p. m., which
U the (uime as drcenwlch Oh, 0m.
Tho tides at Kahulul and llllo occur
about nn hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Wenther Uurentt, I'unnliou, Dccomlur
31. Temperature Morning minimum.
CO; mldda) maximum, 72.
Ilaromcter nt 9 n, m. 30 00. Steady.
Dew Point 55K.
Humidity at 9 a. in. CO per cent.
Tcnipornture Sunday morning Co 'de
grees. Diamond Hend Signal Station, De
cember 13. Weather haiy; wind NE
Saturday, Decmbtr 20.
Stmr Klnau, Parker, from Hlloand Maul
port; 200 bdls cor Iron, 4; hogs, 30 sacks
com, 2 horses 205 pkgs sut dries.
Stmr Maul, Sacks, from Kaanapall; 5000
Am b' Rlthet, McPhall, from San Fran
cisco; Rentnl merchandise Brewer & Co.
Schr Golden Oate, from Kaunnkakal.
Stmr J. A. Cummins, Searle, 'trom
windward OjIiU potts.
Sunday, December 30.
Stmr W.G. Hall, Thompson, from Na
wi Iwill; 1557 bags sugar.
Stmr Keauhnu, Oleson, from Hana;
362 bliss sugar
Am Iktn Irmgard, S:hmldt, from an
Francl co; general merchandise Schaeffer
Stmr Claullnr, Lane from Maul and
Hawaii ports; 1 500 bigs sugar.
Saturday, December 20.
Am ship Standard, Getcheu, for San
TmiicIsco w Iti sugar.
UtATS Thomas, Buford. for Manila.
-chr Fannie Adele, for Eleele with coal.
r.r bk J C Glade. Stece. for the Sound.
Stmr Noeau. Wvman. for Anahola. Na'
O & O S S CoDtlc. R nder. for the
TO SAIL THIS AFrEHNOON.
Am bk Olvmolc. Glbbs. for San Fran
cisco with suzar.
Am sen" Kasomoid, Waid, for ban
Francisco with sutrir.
Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Lahalna,
llonokaaand Kuku hat eat !did,
Am bk Mauna Ala, Smith, for San
Franclscd with sugar.
From HI10 aid way pi'", pe" tmr.
Klniu, Dec. so E. E. PaVon, J. A.
Scot, W. S Vlthrr. A. Weill, F. A.
Mliverlun. Miss R. ThomDSon. IViIss F
Chalmers. F. D. Smith, W. H. Comwell,
R. D. Sllllman, J. Camudy. J. W. Wil
son, Mrs. A. Fernandez, Mr. Kealakalho
nua, Pre!Jent George O. Cinnon and
wife. S. E. Woolley, N. C. Murdock. W.
W. Cluff, Master C. Cannon, Master
Geo. Cann)n, Master E. Cannon, J. A.
Victor, J. W. Keystone. Jr.. Dr. E. R.
Rossi, Rev. S. P. Perry, Miss J. Bond, C.
Kum Pu, L. Ah Chu, R. H. Long, C.
Akona. Apu, W, O. Smith, Miss Prescott.
Mrs. Bradfield and three children, Mrs.
Buchanan and two children, W. R. Castle,
A. S. ttartuell and 78 deck passengers.
From Maul and Hawaii potts, p:r stmr.
Claudlne, De; 30. D. Center, Dr. Arml
tage, Miss A. R. Whitney. Mrs D. Cent
er and children, J. B. Castle, W. E
Smith, J. M. Kaneakua, A. Row ell, G. C
Roweli, C. W. Baldwin, W. J. Forbes,
N. Omsted. Dr. R. W. Moore. J McAn
Crews, A. Kanallill, Mrs. W. B. Keanu. J.
P. Cooke. H. H. P emerand wife. F. W.
Damon. W. E. Skinner, Alex Robertson,
G. P. W der. H. J Craft. J. F. MiCros
son, W fCatuaklnl, wife and two children,
and 42 deck passengers.
From Nawlllwlil, per stmr. W. G. Hall,
Dec. 30. J. J. bmtddy, vym.Anani, o.
H. Johnston, H. Wedermeyer, A. Fernan
dez, Dr. Sloggett, R Anderson, Mrs. Re
mule, E. W. Van Senden, W. H. Mixer,
Mrs. Beitlemann and nurse, J. W. Man
ning, Miss Ethel Christian and 42 deck
Tho Evening Bulletin, 76 oeoU per
A meeting of the CHARTER COM
MITTEE selected by the Independent
Home Rule Party Is hereby called for
Wednesday evening. January 2, ioso, at
Foster Hall, at 7 o'clock. A full attend
ance Is earnestly desired .
F. J. TESTA,
Dissolution ot Partnership
Notice Is hereby given that the partner
ship lately subsisting between us, the
undersigned, P. H. Bumette and Slmpion
Decker, carrvlng on business as real estate
brokers and collectors, on King street, un
der the style or firm name of Hurrette ft
Decker, was, on the 29th day of December
1000, dissolved by mutual consent, and
that the business In future will be carried
on by the said P. II. Bumette alone. All
bills, notes, mortgages, etc.. due the late
firm shall be paid to P. H. Burnetie only.
P H. BURNETTE,
Dated December 2q, looo. I72S-U
Treueury Wurrunt Lost.
Treasury duplicate warrant No. 1)08, In
favor of Miss Nellie Rlckard on account
"support Public S.hool pay roll" return to
Auditing I eminent,
December ji, looo, 17a5.1t
Cheaper to Move than Pay-Rent
It lh Mytnc, but we Jon't believe ll, We have moved, twice
v Ithln ti year, we I11J to In order In fed our new biilMlng. We
lue now moved from the store nt In JOHN NOTTS ta our
new bul'JIng on the Corner of I'urt nml Klnft ntr.otn.
At prevnt wt are cxctip)lng the upper floor anj basement, at
the cirpenttrt are not through work en the main floor. We ask
our IrlenJt to overlook the Inconvenience anJ confusion that will
exist for a few weekt )et. When once we are settle J we will be
able to take care of you and attend to your wants In Tint clitt
Our Ittcycte Blioi Isnstv running In the new store, and
we luve a Tine line of wheels, COLOMIIIAS, RAMHLLltS and
CM VI LANDS, ami a lot of good wheels suitable for the little
folks for CHRISTMAS at prices that will suit everyone.
Call at the corner of Foit and King Strrets, King St. side,
UPSTAIRS, and see the results of a Kansit Cyclone.
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort ami King Streets.
and BUSINESS MEN I
Applications will be received for Stores and Office
premises in the building to be erected by theindersigned
at the corner of Fort and Beretania Streets.
The requirements of intending occupants as to size
"of store and space required will be given particular consid
eration and attention previous to the drawing of the final
plans and erection ot tl)e building. tfjrft
1 11 (
v- Parties desir us of obtaining stores or offices in this
advantageous 'site should apply at once at my office.
Great Clearance Sale
Ice Boxes, Refrigerators, Rugs, Meat Safes, Bed
room Sets, Bed Lounges, Baby Carriages, Chairs.
Rockers, Tables, Pictures, Flags, Chiffoniers, Side
boards, Bureaus, Macneal & Urban Safes, Etc., at
- San Francisco Prices.
THE I X. I s f
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Co
PROTECT AMERICAN DEMANDS
Washington, Dec. 20. Upon rcpic
sentatlons from Interested parties tho
Stato Department has requested tho
Navy Department to have an American
vessel remain for a time In Venezue
lan waters to give support to any rep-
mentations that United States Min
ister Loomla may have to make the
Venezuelan Government In respect t.)
tho conflicting asphalt concessions In
that country. 'When Mr. Loomls wau
In Washington last full he conferred
at length with tho 8tate Department,
officials respecting some of the Ameri
can concessions, notably the asphtlt
concessions, and what is known as the
Faribault concession, which threatened
with extinguishment on various scores
by the Venezuelan Government.
The easel selected for this mission Is
the historical Hartford, which, und'.-r
command of Captain Han ley, has been
crtilslnx In the West Indies and In the
L'arrlht'au sea with a training ere
aboard. Hho la now at La Ouayra, Just
where she Is wanted to meet the Minis
Fine Job Printing at
L Beretan'a' I
DAY BUILDINO. BERETANIA ST,
MAR FID! STATION.
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton,
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats ol
Ih Oi.ltt. Nnthlntr tv-tt.r In h hi,1 U
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.4
FISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Stud, Carp, Rock Cod, Set
Bass, Crawfish, Crabs,
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Geese
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallan'
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKED MEATS Hams, Bacon, Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains.
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet an-
njJTTLR, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Clio.
:egs. Cheese. P ck es. Cho. 1
chow, Sauer Kraut. Apples, Pears, Grapt, 1
Potatoes. Onions. Cabbaee
a iuii suppp l,
of Fruits and Vegetables.
shell or cans,
-Fancy, large or small,
Hardly a thing that you could wish fo;
but what Is to be had at our market, r
Telephone Main 219.
OWNER AND STEAMER LOST
Vancouver, U. Q Dec. 17. Tla
Btpumer Alnhn Is nt tim linltntn nt Tint
strait. Sho crashed acalnst Tie roc
at the base of the lighthouse on Yel
low Island, online east coast of Van ",?
cnttvur island, nml nlnn liravn foTtnv K
----. - - v- f
netn w,tne Dottom with her. Hlio wi.
Iho wu j
of 70 7
ned ''.f '
bound for Japan with a cargo
tons of salted' salmon connlnne
Jan & Taunira and worth $20,000. Th
niri?o.l. Inat nml nnthlnr rima1titf n
tho ship above the surfuce of the watei
Olio of the first to perish was tha own '.
cr uf the stt-uiuiT. Hiiinnel Ilarher. for h
merly manager of the lmiTiiil.llanIi In
Calgary. Koon after liU.brotlu.r,TJ, 11
Ilurber, inet tu wutory Knie.