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r.VHNINO nUMXTIN, HONOLULU. T H.. TlltMSDAY. DKC. 13, 1000.
SHESHAK ARRIVES '
You Need Oxygen
so do Kerosene Oil Lamps, judging from the amount they consume
If you would breathe fresh air you need Incandescent lamps.
Electricity does not vitiate the air In any way.
It does not burn up or otherwise exhaust the oxygen, as Is the
case with kerocenc lamps.
USE ELECTRICITY and BE HAPPY AND HEALTHFUL.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Tel. Main 390
No other Christmas Gift
Can compare with the '
Pi a n o I a
Sixty Years Of Success iCapt. F. H. Johnston In
Is Celebrated In Fire
Command Of Big
Nil! Ml Mi)
Send Your Friends on the
an assorted box of the new easons fresh fruits, such
Oranges. Apples, Lemons,
noNcovicnrs high grade assorted chocolate and
FRENCH MIXED CANDIES,
IN 1-2, 1 AND 2 1b. BOXES.
Roncovlerl's Candles have sprung up since the San Francisco
earthquake and are the finest In the market.
We pack these things to make them CHRISTMAS BOXES In
looks as well as reality.
J. M. Lew &Co
Typical Tropical Token
i Solves the problem of a suitable Christmas Gift for your maln-
'. land friends,
I It Is a XMA3 HAMPER containing a pint Jar each of these
' delightful confections:
POHA JAM, MANGO CHUTNEY, GUAVA JELLY,
i and PAPAIA. MARMALADE.
., They are packed In Pcle Grass. The hamper Is made of Lau-
; hala and attached Is a leather tag, which bears the wording, "A
3 Hamper From Honolulu."
J Now what more uniquely tropical and attractive present could
jj .you send your friend?'
'', THE HAMPER WEIGH3 7 1-2 lbs. AND SELLS FOR 91,75.
i Factory, Hotel Street 1
!j PHONE BLUE 1411.
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WHY NOT ORDER FROM US NOW?
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l Articles Appreciated
BY EACH RECIPIENT AS
are RICH SILKS, EMBROIDERIES,
JAPANESE TOYS and CURIOS.
You will find here the largest and handsomest stock of varl
colored KIMONOS, priced from J7.23 up to $05.00
STOCK COMPLETE. PRICES RIGHT.
Store open till 8:30 p. m, Saturday till "10 p. m.
1 110 NUUANU STRUCT near HOTEL,
la near aMiand We will have a gen
crou-, supply of both Chickens dud
Turkeys for you to choose from. Pla
c your order early.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
TELEPHONE MAIN 76.
FORT 3T. 0?P. LOVE BLDO.
Despite the Inclement weather (In1
attendance nl thu sixtieth anniversary
r thu establishment nf Kxcclstor
I.odge Nn. I, I O. O. I, held last
night was n my large one. The en
tertainment, which consisted nf n lit
erary ninl musical program followed
by the pleasures or whist, dancing nnd
icfrcslinients, was a most enjoyable
one and rcfli'ctcil great credit on tho
cuniinlttcc having the nrfalr In liaml.
The ofllrcrs serving at the slntlnim
Inst evening were all past grnnds o
the order, llrotlier Itoliert Lowers oc
tupjlug llio milt nf honor ns the pre
siding otlleer, an one of the oldest of
the ineniherK of Cxcclxior Lodge. With
him on the platform wero Ilrcilhcrs IM.
lllnglcy and V. O. I'arke, Occupying
KentH directly In front of tho platform
were Warden W. O. Smith and Con.
dnctor II. V. Dillingham, At tho op
posite end nf the hall were Vice (iranil
l-eckcr, -I. JI. Oat. David Dayton, .Ino.
Oudcrklrk nnd .1. J. Cnrden. On tho
sides were Chaplain Dr. Itodgcrx. Mes
srs, Charlock and Lawrence, and op
posite them. Past (Irnnd i:, C. Howe,
I- .Mclntyrc and J. Lnndo. The four
secretaries, Messrs. I,. L. Ln Pierre,
K. ft. Hendry, Mrs. K. A. Jacohsen
nnd Miss Thora Oss, were seated near
the presiding officers.
Following tho Introductory rctnarkH
or llrotlier hewers, W. O. Smith marti
ni! address on Kxcelslor Lodgo and
some' of tho principles upon which
Odd Fellowship Is founded. He said
he did not wish to confine himself al
together to Kxcvlslor Lodge, nltliough
his associations hail been with tint
lodge for about thirty years.
Thoughts naturally went back to
thoso who wcro prominent In the
lodge at the beginning of that period.
There were present of thoso whom he
remembered then Druthers Itoliert
Lowers, i:. C. Howe, -I. O. Carter and
David Dayton, Comparatively few nrc
living. Thoso who, among others, had
pnss-tl nway wero llrothers Marshal
I'arku, Hughes, Saldgo and llarthold.
They had gone anil jouugcr men hud
taken their places. Mr. Smith spoke I
of thu vnluo of celebrating annlvcrsa-
rlcs. What pleasure there was In
celebrating birthdays, anniversaries In
our own lives were of value. Wo nre
f-o occupied with tho present and fu
ture that wo are apt to forget the past
anil Its tdeasant memories. ' Tho 11.1st
has Its great aluo in our lives nnd nl,p,0"1 n draft nf the resolution which I
the liro or an organization. Thero Is ! hp wl"llcd passed. In which Hawaii ex-,
n suggestion of Immortality In nnnl
ernnrles. It Is a pleasure to know- or
the good work which an organization
Is doing, Oooiirellowshlp Is n gi0.it
Inllui-nce. It Is a prolttnhlo thing to
meet on an anniversary llko this. 1
wish that the order In Honolulu will
grow even stronger than It Is and ho
more uscmi than It has been In the
Chaplain Dr. Hedg.-rs here followed
with an Interesting address on thol,
worn, pasi and prcscni. ami ine anus 1
01 1 lie iiruer in lilt' iiiiure.
The niuslcnl piogrnm comprised so
lcctlon,by McssrH, Cascercs and Kr
nest Knai nnd others, and gave great
pleasure to those present.
llrotlier Lowers concluded tho exer
cises by thnuklug thu lodge for the
honor conferred upon him In hnlug
him occupy the chnlr for the evening.
Ho announced thu lighter clement nf
tho entertainment and adjourned tho
Tho committees in charge of tho ce.
tlirjtlon consisted or M, T. Slmnnton,
dull man; K. A Jacohsen and II, P,
Mrs. Lnndo won first prlzn for la
dles nt progreshlxo whist a cttlglai;s
bowl. James Illcknell won first prlzo ;Wwla,lon ',,,ft, ,lut m,,,'lnB' f5'"1!'1-
lorgentlcmcn-asllvc..mounte.lsteln,lnR r,'0.'' l"at "' ,becreU,ry 1,p,
Mrs. F. J, Turner won tho ladles' boo
by prize, and F. D. Wlcko tho gentle
men's. The Sonoma arrived tlib morning
from the Colonic;! 3ti hours lute and
leaves for Ban Fianclscu thlu attemnon
nt G o'clock. A plcubunl trip was ro
purled though head winds wcru en
countered during the latter part. Tho
h'utioniii broiigbl HO tons of freight for
thlr port nnd haa llUll tons for Snu
I'rauclKo. Hlio will alto tuko u large
number of bunches of bananas finui
11 ift H-nliip u.fiu t,lk ritildli (itttuliln llitn
morning that tho uunruntlno ..niclaU;
did not go out lo meet tho Honoma but
waited till she tame In and then went
through the Inspection For this tc.i-
MIIMIIKII 1.11' II. (! -i:illl rill llll. Ittl-
on the nuarantlne ag was Hying fo,
I bonin time after tho Sonoma was at' the
dock. Tho Sononma freight for thin
illy Includes linn carcasses nf mutton
Tlio Wot'Uly Kittioh or (tin Kventng
1 iliillolln civea m. rdmnlptfi nnnnarv nf
Uo nvwdltbo d. For XI a ytar(
mm an ui a
The tinnspoit Sherman nrrlwd from
Manila today bringing If.on ton, of
coal to he discharged In this port, Tho
Sherman had a smooth trip though
there wns little sunny weather, and
from the time of leaving Yokohama till '
yesterday afternoon It was Impossible
to take n reckoning -of the ship's posi
tion by tho sun. In spite of this the
trip was inado most successfully tin
der the charge of Capt. r It. John '
ston, who Is In command, relieving
Captain l.nflln, who wns taken so III
on the trip that tho Sherman left
him ashnro at Yokohama.
Among tho passengers on board is
Col. J. V, Diinenn or Ihe Sixth Infnn
try, who wns In command of his rcgl
nient at the Oajo I.0I0, better known
as the crater, tight. Another passen
ger who tins achieved moro notoriety,
than the ordlunry man. Is Major 10. F
Taggard, whose divorce suit led to .1
scandal which was known nil over
Ihe country, Qunrlcrmnstcr Captain
A. M. Kimball Is also on-board.
The Sherman will probably remain
here for nt lenst n week discharging
For National Guard j
The truMccs or tho Chamber of Com ,,.( mx, u w,, n xory crloiis mat
metre discussed some mighty aftalrs' tcr. In case of trouble wllh Orientals
nt their meeting j-estcrdny afternoon. I r otheis. In which blood was shed
One was the matter of supporting the . mnt order. II would become 1
National (lu.ird. It appeared that an ! national episode. If the Fedeial troops
attempt to make tho planters and olh-l stepped In, while It would merely bo n
ers dig up for this purpose had failed.! rn alTnlr If National (iunnl troops
ami left the Chamber wondei Ins, were used. Hawaii's refusal to main
whether It should do tho digging up tMn the National (lunrd bad been sc
Itself, or let the matter drop. 'verily criticized on tho mainland. It
An attempt to reform the Judiciary showed a 'lack of patriotism. Tho
was also discussed, and measures werci wUIUu was 11 ery ni-cessnry factor in
suggtsicd which probably would stag- thu national defense and If tho public
ger local lawyers, although the si.i e'wns Indifferent to It. Hawaii would b
plans hao worked successfully In oil-.severely criticized
er lountrles. The aim 1)f the IiusIi.Cib Sii.ilillnir said Peck wns rlibl that
men In taking n hand In the mate-
was to reduce the necessity for suciii
frequent Jury duty, as It at present Is
seriously Imnipeilng many llrms.
Henry K. Ucld asked for the n -
ilurscmcnt of tho Chamber for the,
Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition, ,
wiiioii would tie nein in laoa in se.iltlc.'to nsiertaln how far the Chamber had
pressed a wish to participate. Seen-.
titry Wood reported on tho exposition
as being well worthy of support. On
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motion by Morgan the matter was re-lbnd been taken tor Jury duty,
fcrrcd to tho Commltteo on Commerce' thought 'thnt then; might be tomet
Tho Chamber was asked lu a letter
to send live delegates to Washington
next Janunry to a commercial ronven-
lion Spalding moved to answer tht
It was too late for the Chamber In take
actiun. Peck moved that F. M. Ilnti-I.
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tho matter In be referred t a commit
tee. lie thought It might bo woith
while til have nthels besides llillill
nttenil, as thu matter might be Import
ant, Peck added to lily motion that t
Hatch should have power to pick nut
four other delegates. Tyiust amended
Peck's motion passed.
1'tc.k reported for the Militia Com-
Inlll.i. tin It,.,! rn, nli.ii.l ,1 Inline .nili, '
i.iiitvi;, ,v t.t.u ,,1V1V1 M ILIII.I ,.-i.
was brought up by filrfanl. Hn
thought It would bo best lo take tills
matter up together wllh tho .Merclianis
struclcd to urtiingu for such u Joint
A letter had bren received ft 0111 F
W Mucfurluno stntlng that tho tbint
of the Irrigation department woul.t
1 nine to Hawaii If tcipicsted to do so
by Congress. Iln suggested tl.at ce.mo
action bo taken to secutc this aim. The
mntter was leferred lo the CommlttceJ
I on Agriculture and -Commeive. Gait
Mid tho local jhipci-H bad already tin.
cd that the goveruinent wan ready to
take up this matter.'
Peck said the Chamber had in nd bul
ly commiltcd Itscir to glvo :i.Mni for tho
support of the Natlfimtl Ou.ird, if Kl.'tn
more bo raised. It ucemed 'li.iL no
more money could be raised, lie want
ed lo know If tho Chamber woii,li give
the money anyhow.
Spalding said ho was Mronsly op
posed to having (lie Chamber spend
ing Its revenue for tho militia, rui
l1h". mm'U w'',.f,"p0'111 ''!"s.
Thc money bpent for this purpose from
the Shlpperb' Wharf fund was needed
lor Promotion woik. Ho recommend-
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inllltU, eveept to tirouso the sympathy
of tho people to support tho mllltla.
the Plautcis' AshiKbitlon, which miidcli,nd was Inordinately pioud of his feet.
It clear thnt nothing could bo. expected 1 Uauilct woto his cycglaKM-g when
Irom It lu the wuy of 11 subscrlpllciii 1 iitlcoi,
lor iho support of the mllltlu. Thackeray used to lift his hat when-
Tho matter of the Pan-Pacific exhl-' nvcr he passed the house In which he
billon nnd tho Consular Conu-nllon 1 winto "Vanity Fair."
Unit said ho bad been Informed that '
soiiin or Ihe lauest iimlrlliulois, In tlio ( What black thing eiillgbtiiiH the
Shippers' Whail (Mini wuuled p.ut ol.wNrbl'.' Ink.
this mone) in be spent 011 tho mllltla
ThU wax dnv tu tiw itl.uitutlou strike
In any home where there is a Piano
THIS IS SHOWN BY THE INCREASING DEMAND FOR THESE IN
M.W HBa m .0 !
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which made tho maintenance of the
mil tin necessary. He therefore
I thought the Chamber should go slow
In throwing It down. If such n feeling
still existed with the contributors.
Peck said the records would show
whether the Chamber was lommlllcd
or mil to support tho National (luurd.
Wood f.i Id tho Chamber was commit-
the mlllllii was Imnortiint but the
nnnnclal responsibility In the matter
did not fall on the Chamber. He
innted that the Chamber nrgo on tho
)m,g Legislature the necessity of
nppioprlallng (or tho mllltla. Tho see-
rclnry should also search the recoriU
committed Itself or not. triiln wns
Spalding said theie wus an cxcesslxe
demand lu local litisincks bouses for
Minors. In nun home uloiio sccn men
wrong with the Judicial system It
I had been suggested tbat'tbo powers o."
the DlMilct Magistrates bo cnlurgul.
and tint the Supreme and Circuit
Conns be comolh'.atcil. theirhy doing
j Uy to it great extent with the no.-ei.
v for Jurors and HiiWni: tonsldernblo
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I the LcsUlalUo Committee.
FOIBLES OF LITERARY MEN
(From Ihe litulou Outlmik.)
Ue.its liked rrd pepper on his tiuht.
Dic-kcns was fond of wearing Jowclfv.
.lo.iqulu Miller nailed all his chairs
In the wall,
IMlTltl- Alllltl I'll Ulotlt ILllh lllll l-.ll
Alexandre Dumas tho ounger bought
. r new- p.ilntlug every time he had a
new bonk published
ai? '"" WejeMon". f.-n
wiMtlon was playing tho flut;
r.riler, us hu mill, to tune, up his ilcu..
Hubert lliownlug could not sit still
With the constant shuffling of his feet
holes weio worn In the carpet.
Longfellow onJn)cd walking only at
buiiiIkc or sunset, anil he Mild his suit
llmest mcoils tame upon him at there
Ilawtliotun always washed his hands
before reading .1 letter (rum his wifo.
Ho delighted in poring over old ndwr
tUcincuts In tho newspaper fllca.
Darn In, had no respect for books, and
would cut a big oliio In two cr con
venience In handling, or he would tear
nut the IciHH ho lcqnlred for refer
ence. Oilier Wendell llolpics used to carry
.1 horsu-chcMnul in 0110 pocket and u
potato in another to ward off lucum
allsm. The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
OEX, published In the Saturday Bull
1 l.i and the Weekly edition, gives
concise ana comotsi resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, luda-
inents. bulldlno nermlta and real s-
ih,,i.w, MU.lwniu J
yn per month,
jjjl, psr yw,
What chaam otu-n sepaiates friend-
STRUMENTS DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON.
HE GIFT of a Pianola Is a piesent to the entire family.
Except from actual experience, no one can realize what a dif
ference the Pianola makes In the use of the piano In the pleas
ures of the home.
Even where a piano Is In frequent use (and most pianos are NOT) Its
enjoyment Is Immeasurably Increased because with the Pianola so many
more persons can produce the music themselves a pleasure entirely differ
ent from hearing other persons play.
The Metrostyle Pianola will enable anybody not only to play but to
INTERPRET the works of the great composers,
PIANOLAS $250 CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS. '
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In this town.
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PHONE 485 MAIN.
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