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RVnNMNO IH1U.ETIN, llONOUJi.U. T It TliimSTUY, DHC 13. IMS
A Christmas Gift
You will eauce real Joy In the houcehold if you present your
wife with a
Willcox & Oibbs
If she already has a tew.ng machine the will tend It lu the
auction room when the cjets the WILLCOX & CIBD5, becaute It Is
the iyhtc!trunnlng sewing machine in the world. That It a point
any woman will appreciate. No more backaches; no more trouble.
It ha many other features to recommend it. 3 stylet,
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
CSTADI.ISMCD IN 1858.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued on
the Bank of California and
N. A. Kothschild & Sons
Correspondents for t'ie
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and S.n ins Bank Deposits.
Wm. O. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
Sar: Francisco Agents The Ne
ada National Haul: o( San Francltro.
draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
tlouul (lank o( San Francisco.
London The Union of London and
Stnlili'K Ban):, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Parlt Credit Lyunnala.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hone-koug-Shunghal
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Dank of Austra
lasia .Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loani made on
npproved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Blllr of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For,
. AND TRUST GO
OF HAVAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... 1200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner Jvrt and King Sti.
8AVINGS DEPOSITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits a'
the rate of 4 1-2 per cent, per annuo
Rules and regulations furnished up
The Yokohama Spscle Bank. l.
Capital Subscribed..,.. Yen 2(.000,000
Cupllal 1'ulil Up Yen 21.000,000
Beseived Fund Yen 13.700,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AQENCIE8 Antiing,
llhlcn, Hang Kuu, Chefuo, Dalny,
Ilombny, Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe,
Leoyaiic, London. Lyons, Mukden,
Nugasnkl, Ncwchwang, New York,
l'eklni;, San Francisco, Shanghai, Ti
entsin, Toklo, Osaka.
Tim bank buys and receives for col
lection Hills of Kxclmngo, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit and trans
acts a general banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KING 8T.
NEXT SATURDAY AFTERNOON
AND EVENING AT
TORT STREET OPP. CONVENT.
Corner King anj
WE WOULD ASK YOU TO
INSPECT THE FINEST
EVER SHOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King- Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
A Practical Suggestion
Gift-giving Is seeking more
practical lines every year If
you want to give something
useful and that win be appre
ciated by the entire house.
I old, give one of our (ine
Chinese Matting Rugs
Japanese Cotton Rug
(BLUE and WHITE)
They will make the house
look more attractive and
prove a lasting Joy,
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET.
Eggs (rom Pure White Leghorns,
Which Were Imported at a Cost of $7
apiece. Inquire at
Tel. Main 109
Has a Big Stock of Toys.
Cor. FORT and BERETANIA STS.
Alt sizes; white and fancy colors;
priced from 50 cents up to $1.25.
C. K. CHOW,
COR. KING AND RIVER STREETS.
HAZELINE FACE CREAM
Excellent for sunburn, roughness of
the skin and for removing
FOR SALE BY
Mrs. Doris E. Paris
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIQH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. 3., Manager.
HOTEL ST. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
TEL. MAIN 473.
For Japanese cooks, waiters, women
for housework and help for day work,
,,n. .i,.. .n,
supplied on short notice.
JAPANE8E NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAHI.
Thursday, December 13
, l' S A T TliomnH. I.) nam. (mm
, San I'i.'iiicI'co, 8 n tn
V H A. T. Sherman, Johnston Irotn
Manila. 8 in a m '
0 S H Sonoma. Tnuk. from Col-1
"lll'l, o u Hi
H S Sonoma, Tinsk, (or San I'inn
clsco, 5 p in
1' S A T Thomas, I.nam,
(ilium ami .Manila, lu a. in
Per I'. S. A T. Sherman, (rom Mn-
jnlln. Dec 13.--.I. W. Duncan, Frank
I Went. i:. S Walker, i:. P. Tnggarl,
Anion -M. Kimball, W. S. Sott, .1.
i:. Hell, II. W. Atklnxon, Chan. T.
Ilovd, George. V.. Hall, J. Itodgers, .1.
11. Hoggins, Wm S. Patten, Klwix.il I
W Kvans, A. It. Iurwln, Ilobt. U.
Carter, K. 1. Wllllnma, ltufus II.
l.nnu, II. I. Uearss, K. A. Oreene, T.
Ilolcomb Jr., F. C. Me Council, T. 0.
Turner. C. T. Woslcott, P. Mullen. N.
K Ii win. It. It. Slgsbce. C. T. (lain,
C P Hirst, I). S. IIiiiiis, Dave Hums
Jr T. P. Shnnahan, J. II. Uavls. W.
I' Itose, I). W Me.Murrls, .1, Sander
llu, I. I.oiivnuu, P. II. Ilnrrls, A. I
Hce'vcs. .1. F, Keeran, Mis. .1. V. Dun
can. Mrs. J. K Hell, Mis. Chas. T.
Ho)il, Mis. It 1). Carter and child,
Mrs. K. P. Williams. Mrs. I). S.
Hums ami two children, Miss l.celi
orlh. Mrs, W. F. Uosu nml child, Mrs.
I). W. Mc-Morrls ami three, chlhlrc-i.
Mis. C. (1. Kinney nml threo children.
II. II. llntlleld. C A. Wilson. It. (1.
Hull. Mrs. M. C llrncl.en, Mis. J. L.
Shepard. .Miss M. Kdwnrds. Mrs. II. S.
Huthuwoy, Miss (1, Wagner, Mrs. C.
F. Dickenson and hlhl, Mrs. II. I.
llenrss anil child. Mrs. N. i:. Irwin
and child. Mis. Cleo. Keeih. -I. P.
lllLharilson, W. S. tlrove. Miss N. Hay,
W. A. Crossland, Mnrlo (Inlvln (2 1-2
jcnis), J, D. Long, wife nml child;
Annie M. Ilnmmctl, lMlth I.. Rich
moiiil, Loillsu ItohKs
Per S S Sonoma, (loin thu Colonics,
Dee. 12 For Honolulu II Pottle,
Mis Pottle and Infant. J. Hrowu. Jlls
i:. Tidily, Miss F Murray. .Mtss M.
Kroiit. Mr Jaouen uiul Mrs. Jnoueii.
Hev .M. Kenruu unit K. Wukunla. For
Sin Francisco: Mrs. Htinows. Mis.
Kelly. Mrs. C. A. White. Mr and Mis
A. .1. Mnson. Miss M, .Mason, Muster
It. Mason. Miss M. arisen. Mis, II Cod
dard, Miss M. Clapp. Miss 11. Chi pp.
Mr. and Mrs, F. U Alley. Miss Mac
Donncll. Mrs. Illllyrod. W. llaldvvln,
W Wnynack, O. I.lnilgrcn,.Mrs. Klrk
lunil. Mr. Ilndley. Mrs. Itgnte. Miss
llnmllton, Mrs. C. Ilagot. II, llartmaii,
Mr. and Mrs. McCnlla. W Uv.ins. Mrs
Dr. Hrailford, Mrs. Hamilton Hodges.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Plnne. W. Heecc.
Mrs. I Am.u, J. I.. Itosslguol, C
Wheelwright. A. H. Nntt Miss Wndi)ill,
W. Colvllle. Mrs. I.e Count. Mr V.m
Nngcl, Sister K. I.angenheck, Slstei A
Stein. Lieut. Stanley. Mrs. Stanley,
nurse and three children.
Per L' S. A. T. Thoimis, fiom San
Francisco, Dec. 13.- i:. II Humphrey,
Mrs. L. S. Litchfield, C. C. Mclvln. Mrs.
fieri ha 8. Tnlor, C. W Otwell.
rer S, S. Sonoma, for San Francis,
Dec 12. J. Joseph. Mis. O. M. Pari
lett. Mr. unit Mrs. N. W Hamilton. W.
T, Smith uud wife. Mis. L. (1. Kellogg.
Miss Ituth Kellogg, F. C. Fltlcld unci
wife. P. Ar.icwalt, Miss llegensbeig
er, i:. lllshop, A. M. Culver, J. I Dun
ley mid wife, M. Ncwconibo. Miss Suai
ey, T. W. Ilohron. W. A. tlrlau. Mis.
.1. II. Sloan. Ii. W. lA'Ice, wlfo mid sun,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Mntsutara. J. H. Weile
HI. IN 1
1.03 Angeles, Dee.
died here yesterday.
13. John Kna
The "Heath of John Kuu. nt the age
of 63, closes the career of one of the
most successful uud well known 11a
wnllans who was for iiiiiny cnrs n
pinmluent figure lu the commerchl
mid political circles o( the Ul.tnds
Horn hero of Chinese mid Hawaiian
rareutage, he woikcd his way up until
he wns, n commanding figure, In Hono
lulu. He was Invested with the In
signia of un Officer of the Crown by
King Kalukaua lu 1S88 for sci vices
rendered the kingdom mid later sut In
the House of llcpreseutntlves o( the
Republic. In 18'J'J he wus chosen as
president of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company, which position
he luld until 100:'. With the company
he hud been Identified for over thlity
years, starting lu as a clerk for the
lute T. K. Foster, the (list president oi
the parent company of thu Inter-Island ,
The deceased married Into tho Line
family, u leading Hawaiian family.
iwvuii accomplished chlldiuii belut:
bum to htm. I
Alter retlilug (lum the piebldtuiy oil
tbu lutul -Island Company, thu deceaseu ;
moved tu Los Angeles. i
I ni..i- ii.. ... ii .
JllauK books o( all wrts, ledgers
( mantlfnrlurod liy ,hn UulleUn 1uU
I Weekly Bulletin SI n- ye"
J m WliJ2
, n . , nor
TPanSpOrt BriflgS 111 235
Sacks Of Mail For
The transport. Thomas. Capt. I.yiiam,
nnleil eatly this morning finni San
I'laneiiMO, en loule Id .Manila She
reports a line passage ami brought
noun 23.-, harks o( mall (or tills ell).
Capt .Morrow, formerly euarlermuslc,'
captain of the Hhirldun. Is luting III
the in ine rniiarlty on the 'rhoimiM.
Thc-lhnmns has few passengers on
the tiresent trt;., having 210 nil told,
which Itulililes about I0U marines nmt
about the same number of rnsuals.
There nro two passengers on the
Th()maa tt, nrn ,,artlfularl Inleirsl
iL, . i i,,.ii ,,),, i.,.nl,. The first of
these Is dipt. L. II Humphrey, who
will relieve Capt. Ilelilt In charge of Ibe
local quartermaster department, ami
thu other, Captain 0 W Otwell of the
Engineer Corps, who will lelleve Capl
The last, named h.is lonie hern from
Poitlnnd, Me., where he has been In'
i barge of the liver uud haibi.r (oitlll-l
cation woik for the district east of Hus
ton Capt. Otwell Is a rather oung
man, npp.neiitly nbout 35 )eurs of .iro
and has bud u great deal o( experience
lu his line of work He went tluoiigh
the Santiago campaign lu Cuba and has
had a great deal of work In the Philip
pines nnd nlso more or less In Ala.iku.
He stated thai lie imilil give no news
cut for publication at the present time
as he was hardly familiar with Just'
what was expected of him. lie slated
Hint he believed that Hawaii was en-J
titled to u great deal nunc at the hands
o( the Federal Government than she
lu nil piobablllly it will be at least
n month before Capt. Slattery leaves
(or Hie Coast ns he has some work heie
to (ompletii liefoie going unity lie
will ulho remain for a Utile while to be
of iiRslrlumn to ('apt., Otwell while he
Is familiarizing himself with Hut woik
to be done.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DFX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, jives a
roi.dse and complete resume of all le
gal notloei, calli far. tenders, Judg
ments, building ptrmltt and real et-l
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin, I
7ft per month. Weekly Bulletin,)
81 par year. ,
Of &very description for the chil
dren. Greater variety, than ever.
He will be
Come and see the assortment, hear the music
and let the children enjoy the candy.
.wj Af 771
L. i ' .-.,. r
WE ARE DISPLAYING A HANDSOME LINE OF
the kind that wear. In Black,
NEW DRESS SKIRTS,
BLACK SILK WAISTS,
BLACK SILK ETONS,
HANDKERCHIEFS, FICHUS, LACE COLLARS, RIBBON8.
' EMBROIDERED WAIST PATTERN8,
Bags for Ladies' and Children
Fat Live Turkeys
We received by the 8. S. Nebraskan this week tome very fine
Oregon corn-fed turkeys at plump as a partridge and they look
young enough to be very tender. If you contemplate having a
good dinner on Christmas the time to provide for It is now, be(ort
thete turkeys are gone. ORDER TODAY.
Hotel Street Store
for Santa Claus
here with -Candies for
Music Every Night
Kerr & Co.,
White, Pink, Blue, and Navy, at
Meat Co,, Ltd.
innm to, w
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE DRPOT FOR BOSS OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 100C,
JO O'CLOCK A. M.,
Corner King and
IHihran & Son. S. F.
Catalogue now Ready
I11IA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
Ant) All Principal Eastern Point.
B aor your ticket read! Tia tt
tor tall Information oaH od v
. F. BOOTH, a A.,
Parry Bulldlntj, San Franolaaa, Oak
' In a handsome, low-pric
ed, holiday stock of
TOILET SETS and
See Our 8howlng? ,
Honolulu Drug Go,,
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER' PIANO COMPANY.
150 AND 108 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
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