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nVnNlKQ IIULI.KTIN, HONOLULU II. T TUESDAY. JAN. 11, 190 J
TAN KID GLOVES, $1,00
Full line ut sizes
In I.escuro and Antoinette, four but
ton, guarantied genuine 1'ionrh kid.
Somo trimmed with heavy black
btltclilng and somo with Belf colored
Hatching reduced to $1 per pair.
Same gloves with clasps veil for
BLACK OR WHITE,
Two clasp gloves In hlaik or white.
"Tho Mascot" dressed kid,
$1,50 per pair
REMNANT SALE POPULAR
The holiday accumulation of remnants fioin the different department,
which were placed on sale are molug rapldl Yet there ate man) line
Inducements still on the table.
THE GOODS OFFERED
are all stamlatd mateilals. not an accumulation of jeurs, but of the last few
weeks, and It will lie to jour Interest to make somo pm chases. They tonsist
or beautiful shirtwaist mateilals, tioloku materials lawns, linens, dress
goods, laces, embroldeiles, llannels woolen goods and others at n gieatl
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AGENTS for
Alsen Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime : :
Dick's Balata Belting :
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire itock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
oelf of our low prlcei.
1-1 Hotel Street, nenr Nuunnu.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc.:
MAOOON BLOCK, MERCHANT ".TREET.
:?.Q. Sera: 880 astin. 21ft
GOO K I M N u u A ,SI,B B E T'
BIQ HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOYS.
Many new 8tayle Table Coven,
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of alt kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVER V DE 8 C R I P T I O N .
P O Box wj. Tu. 1 1.
"WXJSTCSr WO CHAN
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
D.il.ft lo Fin. Silks nl Gnu lln.oi. CblQ.u in4 JtpioiM Good, ol All Kloli.
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
.S TO JjE.
White undressed Musketeer, Import
ed kid gloxes, 20 button, regular pilco
I2.R0 On nccount of overstock wo
i educe them to '
$1,50 per pair
SILK WALKING GLOVES, 75c
t'ure silk walking gloves, with large
buttons, well made. Angers double tip
ped, guarantee ticket with each pair.
DRIVING GLOVES, $1,50
Ked or tnn driving gloves, cable
sewn, with gussets, two clasps.
Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Nahiku Water Lease
The Highest Bidder
It Is proposed by the government to
convey tho water rights of Xnhlkn.
Maul, by lease from tho Commissioner
of Public Lands to the highest bidder j
at public auction. In tho following '
abstract of lease as approved by tho!
cxecutlvo council yesterdaj. tho Com
missioner on behalf of the Ten Mortal
Government is described as the lessor,
nnd tho purchaser as the lesie". i
In consideration of the rcnH, coh-
nants and agreements stated In tho
lease, the lessor demises nnd lna34 to
tho lessee, his executors, uiknlnlstrj
tors and assigns "nil that certain tract'
or parcel of forest land In possession
of tho government of the Territory of
Hawaii, situate In the District of Koo
lau, on tho Island of Maul, Tcirltorj
aforesaid, ljlng between the eastern
boundary of the lands (if llonoiuari'i
and the western brink of the Wei.t
Wallua-lkl stream" More particularly
described, It Is shown that the gulch
of Wallim-lkt Is the next gulch west
ward of the gulch that bounds t!ir
western side of Grant No. HOI In Kn
II no, whllo the tract extends from the
ocean to the boundarj of Haiku above,
containing an nrea of lS.tQO acrei,
more or Ics4.
Tim Ickeco Is to have nnd to hold the
premises described, subject to vested
Interests of third parties, for the term
of twenty-one scars. He Is to pnv tho
annual rent In gold, semi-annually In
advance, over and above all taxes
charges and assessments tn be levied
or Imposed thereon by legislative au
thority. All costs and charges for
fencing the land are to be borne by thn
lessee, whether kik.1i fencing bo re
quired by tho lease or desired by the
lessee, or be required b nny law now
In force or hcienfter to bo enacted, and
tho lessee muV Indemnify the lessor
from and against all damages, costs,
expenses and charges which the lessor
or the government may nt any tlmo1
sustain by reason of any neglect or re
fusal of the lessee to perform this con-'
dltlon of feiulng. j
It Is stipulated that the lessee will
not do or permit nn waste, spoil or I
destruction upon tho picmlscs, or cut
down or permit to be cut clown nny
trees, or clear off any forest or under
growth, except for the piiiposo of
fencing the land or for domestic pur-'
poses of the lessee, etc., or for tho de-
velopment, storing, transporting or
otherwise utilizing tho wntcr upon tho
premises. He will not make or suiTer
to be made any ilres that will Injum
the forest, and will use every endeavor
to protect tho growth of forest and un
derbrush now upon tho land, nnd re
new such where absent or In process of
diminution. He will not nermlt nny
livestock to run upon tho land nnd,
nt his own expense, within n reason
able time shall build nnd maintain n
fenco on the upper side of the new
Government road, along Its entire
length, to prevent stock from tres
passing on tho land.
At tho end or sooner determination
of tho lease, ho will peaceably an 1
quietly yield up unto tho lessor all nnd i
singular tho premises demised vvitu'
nil erections, buildings, Humes nud Im
provements of whatever name or ns
tin e, now upon or which mny here
after bo placed on the premises, lu ai
good order and condition In all ie
spects (reasonable use and wear
thereof excepted) as the same are nt
present or mn hereafter be put by the
Assignment of the lease Is forbidden
without the prior consent In writing of
the lessor, nnd the lessee shall net
carry on any agricultural! opentlons
on the premises.
llcsldes the peaceable occupation of
the demised premises, so 111115 ns all
tho conditions are observed, lb" bsfco
Is given the privilege of entering 111
and upuu any nnd nil lands of thn
government bins between Nahiku a .id
Maalaca hay, or Honomanu and Hunt,
for tho purposo of constructing, creit-
s?wxuK.Ti vam?siBfflwBiiyttTiwssmai; r
. ,. im ir wnTTir ti ,n i m r iit rirf r nrair i i i i I wmi
Sfe'.: iBlTimnMn" iiF i i if "I
Vtom t recent lioto by UeinhotJ bhellr, Mouow. j d U m
A NhW HlolUHE Ul- COUNT LEO TOLSTOI.
'Ibis Miuu how I lie eeh'br.itcd ISui.kiiiii iinvcllut uuil plilhitopher luol i
nt tne pn'M'Lt dn He vveins the ordlnarj dress of the inoiijlk nnd llvei a
M'c full ol ' mil, lb u ml tell
Ing, digging or In any manner placing
In nnd upon said government lands nny
dams, ditches, tunnels, flumes, sluice
ways or water pipes, to be used for
the purpose of conveying water from
the land demised across said govern
ment lands to such other lands as the
lessee mav desire, and repairing, main
tnlnlng. adding to and enlarging the
same as may lie necessary, during tlia
term of lease, and for such purposes,
or any of them, but not otherwise, may
cut nnd use such timber, and utilize)
such rock. soil, gravel nnd stone ard
other material on said governuent
lands as ma be reasonably necesxary.
provided that any of such material
shall be taken nnd used In manner nnd
quantity as shall not cause permanent
Injury to such government lands.
The government rcscives tne light
to take possession of such portion or
portions of the premises ns may o' le
quired for laving out nnd constructing
new roads or Improving or changing
the line of roads, nnd to take foil,
stone nnd gravel ns mny no nere,ny
for road purposes, subject tn the io
vlslons of section 4 of the Land Vet
of 189.". It further reserves surh pnr
tlons of the lands demised ns are now
or may hereafter required for settle
ment purposes, provided that If nn.li
icservntlon shall cause nn appreciable
diminution of tho nrea or value of "h"
demised premises there shall be al
lowed n proportionate reduction ut
Finally, the lease provides for ir
possesslon of the land by the govern
inrnt without legal process nt nn time
during the term stilted, provldid tl.e
lent shall remain unpaid for thirty
dajs after It Is due or the b-sscc shall
The band will play the following se
lections nt n complimentary concert
to Supreme Chancellor Kcthcrs of thn
Knights of I')tlilas at the Hawaiian
hotel this evening, beginning at 7.3(1
Overture The Mill on the Cliff. . . .
Aria The Siege of Harlem Verdi
Selection The Hello of Ilohcmld .
(nl Kn I 'a hoe n Koloa.
(li) 01 Hoi Ha.
Miss I. Ke lllaa.
(d) Malkal lea Mal.anl n Koh.ili
Mrs. N. AIap.il.
Cornet Solo Kleanor Wlcg.ind
Mr. Charles Kreutcr,
Waltz The Wandering Minstrel ..
Sextet Klorodor.1 (by tequestl. Stuart
Selection Itng Melodies (by re
The Star Spangled Hanner
CONPfcR OVLR CUIIAN SUGAR.
New Orleans. Jan. 1. The confer
ence of tho plantcis. manufacturers,
meichants and others Interested In thn
sugar Industry, has been called to
meet In New Orleans Jan 9, to con
sider the sugar situation befnie Con
gress, especially the proposed reci
procity with Cuba, mid to dctcruilne
what steps should be taken against It.
The nieetlug Is held ntkthe sugges
tion of the returning Louisiana repre
sentatives who have Issued a warning
to tho planters of the danger of hostlla
v shrdlu etuoln shrill iictuiilu shrdlii
"Telegraphln' without wires Is all
very well In Its way. ' exclaimed the
rapless puntbr at Leicester who wish
ed to send to his missis In London for
his fnie to Northampton, "but what
tho racln' innn want Is n ineanj o'
telegraphln' without money'"
upsets the stomach nnd prevents the
j nutritive elements from getting Into
the blood The stomach finally rebels
1 against food and tho result Is dyspep
sla. The Hitters will strengthen the
I nerves nnd cure dyspepsia, constipa
tion, biliousness, flatulency, nlso ere
nte n hearty appetite, purify the Mood
and build up the sjstein. He sure.
to to It.
All ASIATIC LABOR
The first business meeting of tho
Catholic Ilelievolenl 1 nlon of the vent
19U1' was held In the club rooms on
the cathedral grounds Inst evening. V.
I Harry pteslded The I'nlem took a
strong stand on tho labor question,
passing a resolution by iinnnimomi
vote to the effect tlut, In the fiitme,
nil work done for the iluh shall be nt
Ibe hands of white laboiers to the nb
solute eTluslon of Asiatics. Tho
treasurer's repot t for the qttaitei end
ing .laminr) 1, 1902. showed insh on
hand. Including money loaned, $1217.
33. The financial scircl'nry reported for
the past six months. The monthly dues
for the past six months nmnuutcd to
17.".S(P These have been turned over
to the tiensuier
The otllrers of the Catholic flenev
otent I'nlon are President) Y I
Harry, first vlee president, I' C Met
iers, second vice president, A. V. Sea
burj ; recording secretary. P. I)
Creedon; financial seiretnrj, Chas II
Rose: treasurer. Alfred Rosa; chap
lain, Itev. Knther Valentin. Direc
tors .1 1' Kckardt. .1. Asche, S. V
Ciook. W. P i:nwlg, P. qienson. J A
McDonald, A S. Vnsctmcntog.
Koclnl Science Cli l
The Social Science Club met nt the
home of Prof, and Mrs. Dyke nt Knmc
hamchn last evening. Tho following
were present- llev. O. P. Kmcrsnn,
Mr. Kreuss, Mr. K.inuha, Prof. M. M.
Scott. Prof. Curtis II. l,ons, K. S.
Dodge. Dr. P. Imersnn, I.orrln A.
Thurston. II C. limn 11. Dr. Waldo
nurgess. W It Castle Judge A Perry,
Piof, W. II. Alexander. Piof. Dyke.
Prof Hingli.im. W P Prear. Mr. i:
ken, Mr. Headle, Mr Robinson, I.
('ii)Hso and eitheis
The feature of the evening was the
reading by Dr. O. P. !:nieron of an In
teresting impel- on tho "Awn Hnbll
Among Hawnll.ius "
A DROAD VIEW.
When 11 person photographs a wldi
building, a large group, a lainl-.i.ipc or
marine view, he should have n bro.ul
view which an ordin.iiy r.imeni does
not affoid. because Its vision Is limited
to about GO degrees In extent. Kor this
reason the "Al-VUt.i Panoramic Ca
mera" Is the oul) one prjitlrnl for
scenic photograph). Its vision, which
the swing lens affords. Is of ISO de
grees. Send to Honolulu photo Supply
Co. for catalogue.
The CxhrldRe photOKrapher who
exhibited In his window n beautiful
study of a bride nnd bridegroom, and (
above tacked up a notice "llo Wont-)
ed should leallj have been more
c III (fill. I
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Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton.
(fV Lamb and Pork always
Aleo Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
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FOR SAL13 AT The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
, Central Market. Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
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Dividends unci Siirienders 13,099,13137
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AND DEALERS III
will Iluy or Sell Real Estate In
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We will Sell Properties on Reason
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Nothing but (he finest grade of corn or
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No expense is spared in its distillation.
That is why it has been the leader all over
the world for over seventy years.
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A great aid to digestion.
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ly Many simple ailments mny bo suc
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Price of Oattery Complete,
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LOTS FOR SALE
In Knplolnnl Pork
Addition ii net In
137 MERCHANi STREET.
ly MIhh L. K. Dnyton