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r.vr.NiNn nm.t.r.Tix, honoutt.it, t. h. Monday, nnc. 21. 1101s.
Original and exclusive design are among tlio Important feat
ure! in our new '(tack which has just been opened.
CUT GLASS makes a Christmas gift that will delight any wo
man and most men and Is something that one doesn't olten buy
for one's own household.
Give a beautiful piece of our CUT GLASfj for Christmas and
you wilt delight the one who gets it,
We have alto a fine new stock of TADt.C and PAM.0I1 LAMPS,
CHINA and NICKLCO GOODS.
E, 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,, fW"1
ESTABLISHED IN 1803.
Bishop & Co.
Commercial and Travtilprs'
letters of Credit issued on R
the Bank of California and(
N. A. Rothschild K Sons
Correspondents for the
American Express Company
and Thos. Cook & Son. i
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. G. Irwin.
Claus Spreekels & Co.
Sar. Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Hank of San Francisco.
Draw Exchange ou the Nevada N
tlonnl Dank of San Francisco.
London The Union of Londan and
Smith's Bank, Ltd.
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyonaala,
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-kong-Bhungbat
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand and Bank of Austra
lasia .Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. BUU of Ux
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted Fori
AND TRUST GO
OF HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL. . .200,000.0u
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Office: Corner lvrt and King Sts.
8AVIN0S DEP08ITS received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rate of 4 1-2 uor cent, per annum.
Kules and regulations furnished up
Th8 Yokohama SpocloBaiirUti
Capital Subscribed Yen 24.ODO.000
Capital Paid Up Veil 21,000,000
ltoscrvod Fund Yen 13,700,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Anttmg,
listen, Hang Kuu, Chcfoo, Ualny,
Bombay, Hongkong, Honolulu. Kobo,
f.eoyang, London, Lyons, Mukden,
Nagasaki, Newchwang, Now York,
Peking, Ban Francisco, Shanghai, Ti
entsin, Toklo, Osukn.
Tho bank buj'B nnd recelvos for col
lection Bills of Exchange. Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit nnd truns
urta a, general banking business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KING ST.
Has a Big Stock of Toys,
Cor. FORT and BERCTANIA STS.
nisnn isi ilirnin
WE WOULD AGK YOU TO
. INSPECT THE FINEST
EVER 8HOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and Kinj Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
-Ui 'j.iu.EizmivR Ti-.-Ttrx
A Practical Suggestion
GIft-glvlny Is seeking more
practical tines every year. If
you want to give something
useful and that will be appre
ciated by the entire house,
hold, give one of our fine
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. "
WILL BE MADE THE HAPPIER
with one of our
SOLID SILVER CUPS or
We have a few Child's Sets In Sol.
Id and In Plated Silver.
Our TOILET ARTICLES cannot be
would consist of an assort
ment of fine wines and liq
uors, Some of Claret, some
Port, Sherry, White Wines,
Brnndy, Scotch, Rye and Bour
bon Whiskeys, Gin, etc. We
will make up any assortment
ynu want and deliver It at the
time you designate. Fancy
Liquors and Wines too,
Betttr order now for Christ
mas delivery, as we will be
rushed the last few days.
PHONE MAIN 36.
In the fight on Dec. 7 between Abe J
Attell and Jimmlo Walsh, tho little
Hebrew put away his man In tho I
elghtn round with a straight left to i
tho solar plexus. Abe Is said to have j
i nine back to hln old form ami Is
lighting llku a demon. j
SfilfflNfi 1NIELUSENCE1PRES1DENT PRAISED
Sunday. December S3.
,iinr Maui, Iltnnt'lt. from Nawlll
will 1, 11 n in Willi litKU bags sugar,
IW biM',8 1 lie.
SUnr. Noeim, l'clorKOii. fiulii Ntipoo
poo, i n. 111. vltli 3ri head raltk' ami 121
I'. H A. T. Illx, Ankeis, from Seattle,
1 11. m
Hr a. S. Illncl.heuth, Slici Ijiiiii lie,
from nms llnrlnr, 12 noon.
rftmr. I.lkelil.e, Nrtnpnla. from Molo
l,:il .ui'l Maul poiti-, i; n in.
I'd Mini'. Maul, fiom Kauai portH,
Die. S3. Dr. ,1. .1 O'Nell. C. V. Jenkins,
Mr. Schmidt, Miss Kinkier, Miss Minn,
Krank Dins. Mrs H. Dlas, Master Was,
Mr Yokow.i. Chow Yuen, Mr. Krlcke,
Miss Rose Alona. Mrs. (lolilstone, 1
I'onrudr, .Miss Coiiruds, .Miss Aylett.i
Mls K Christian, .Mrs. jinrmti iCK.thu Intononlng stages of llfu up to
.Mr Shebu, .Miss II. Kulpu, Mrs. Sterii-,,10 aW(1 am,mi rcaiy ti go to their
hoir. Mr and Mrs Kliniiru, Mr. rtihllltJi, RravcH
Mr. SpllMT, Mr. Kurd, .Miss .Mutch, T. Another iinestlou which Iho speaker
Iliirkhiiil, l)r Wilkinson, Master Kl- introduced by snylng It was u dell
iinirn, J II. Wilson, 0. V. 1'aty, M. K..c.ltu ono , ,, ,)llt Iicc(ml IICCCH.
Cook, It uilliir.cn mid 42 deck. ,rv l iiiihwit. was ii oiierv as re-
Per Mmr Noenti. horn Nuploo,
llec 23. i: M Mulli-r
ii with mm
The I'nlti'd Slates Army transport
Dix nrrlvnl yestc-Ha) uhoiit noon fio:i.
Sr.it I lo Midi u loud of Til" hotKi'A mid
iiii.U-H from Scuttle, the urealer iiimi- j
i.er or wlik Ii -iro to U ia.;en i"i la two
I !hlt-ii ilajs to .Manila fur the uie of
the liiHips sluliO' .1. til tie.
'Hie l)lc iiiade the run from Seattle
in ten il.iyii, eiiioiinlrrlng some iiiugU
ull.er the llrsl I' u or three das out,
niul again Just before reaching Ho-
:ulu Tile vessel nilled heavily, ow-
i v lo the iiiauiK'r In which part of the
crco In Klowi'd, but In spllo of till,
only one Iioim! died on the vojage, nod
this Is sittil to have been ouu whl'h
.hoiilil never hnNu been aceepted.
On ncioiiut of the scurelty of eual at
rleultl", the Dix was unable to secure u
full Itiitil thuie, mid It will ho necessary
for her to It 11 her hunkers hete, us well
.is lo lake ou other supplies which
could not easily be obtained oil the
The horses ami mules In ought by the
Dix wele unloaded anil turned Ioomi 111
the nnuy corral at Iwllel to get the
jtllfuchs out of I heir legs befoie con
tinuing lilt' vo)ugo lo .Manila. All ot
them wele In good condition. Four
teen horses nnd thiee mules are to be
The Dix has recently been overhauled
and a number ot repair.! made. Captain
Ankers Is In command of the trans
port. At Sea, Slenmci' nuterprlbe, Decem
After passing through u never"
storm, lieutl winds and heavy wrathir,
we lime reached pint anil a safe hai
bur. Tlieiefore, be It
"Uesolvcd, That we tender to our
gallant Captain Voiingren, his of.lccrs
nnd ciew our sincere and earnest
thanks for our cafe arrival.
"Hi'holved, That, thiough their never
varying kindness and courtesy, our trip
has been n mo.U enjoyable and happy
The iiIjovc resolutions oxprcs-i the re
gard in which Captain Voungieu of the
Kltlei prlso Is belli by the passengers
whom Iio brought down with him ou
the leconl tiip. The Futerprlse en
countered very totigli weather, but Cap
tain Youngren did everything possible
to make his passcugej'g comfortable,
and they show their appreciation In
At this time ol "Peace on earth nnrtly lv" "V"
good will to men," the Catholics of IIo -
nolulti do not Intend to foiget their
moie uurortiiiiatu fellow beings de
lirlved of their Hbcity In Oalm Jail, and
Futheis Valentin ami Ulrlch, In con
Juiiclioii with the Catholic Benevolent
Union of Hawaii, have uriaiigud that
the occasion be fittingly obscrvetl.
For the first time in the Hawaiian
Islands, the august sacrifice of the
mass, the gicat tential nolut around
which the whole Catholic system mid
philosophy revolves, will be telebiated
lu the prison, at 8 o'clock In the morn
ing. Father Vuli'iitlno ot!leliitlng ami
Father Ulrlch and choir furnishing the
music. Tho Union has ulbo Lontilbiited
a suiull sum to be expended for tho
()h j steal cotiifoil of the prisoners. Tans
the spiritual and physical will both he
I Rubber Is steadily Increasing In
value owing to the growth of the nu
tomohllo, bicycle and electrical Indue
I tries, sayu the New York Times, ami
this year's crop for the whole woild
Is estimated at 75,000 tons, allied at
New Voile, Dec. II. The two sec
tions of tho tunnel under the l.'ast riv
er, which were started simultaneously
In New York and lliookljn, w en
Joined peifcctl beneath the b.d of the
BV FATHER STARK
! Tlio Catholic Cathedral wns filled
to overflowing IiihI night with people
who enmo lo hoar tin1 unsworn to
f.ierles that linil been placed In tlio
Question llox dining tlio pant week.
Itov. Father Stark nbly answered lliu
tiuestlotis, which vo"o on doctrinal
nnd moral u.ucullons,
Ono of Ihi' iiueslloim wus why
prloits coiillniially solicited niul col
IccU'il money from their parishes, to
be "Rtou'il up In I hi' Vnllcau." The
concluding plirasu of this iiueslloii was
li'iill Willi humorously by tlio an h wit
or, ami then liu cxpluhicil that Ibo
money gathered by the priests wits'
not "stored up," but wan used to liull.l
eliurches, to forward tlio many churl-;
tlcH of tlio church, which cares for
t, destitute new-born baby, and nil!
I ,,.,,.,, wllL,lc,r lt WIl8 u bI lo , '
iblrtli pruentHos. In no nncertal'i
way Father Slnrk answered thut It I
iiiimt rei-inliilv was. "Tho Hhtimhter
of tho inuocelilH," hI1 he, "Is u na-'
, tlon's disgrace. Our (treat nnd lielov-
resident recognized lis uwrni ms-
IbHltleH, iih Is shown by his state
ment on race siilcldu,"
That Father Stark Is a great admir
er of President HoohovpII Is shown by
(he quotation above, Time and ngnlu
during tho mission here, he lins eulo-
Klxed lliu Executive's action
prophesied iho future mightiness
(lit) United States.
One night when discussing the. late
giiagu of tho church ho took occarlon
to refer to President Hoosovelt's or
ders ou Kliuplllletl spelllug, baying hu
NEW -" TO-DAY
PNITKI) STATUS OF AMKIUCA.
IN Till-: DISTRICT COl'llT OF
FNITlCn STATKS FOIt Till:
TimillTOUV OF HAWAII.
Whereas, A libel was riled In tho
DlstilU Comt of the United Slates for;K r ,u rdor tit Oovernment em
tb Teirltory of Hawaii on the l'J'h ' nii.vci.u iimi ilmv n.. uimi,iin..,i mir.it. I
day of December. A. I). 1S0C, by (leorgc
JoluiFoii, Harry Cailson, John Krnstlii.i
II. s. suns, I rn wen, .Micnaci cusey,, ul,tl ,Wllch ,. fuluu IMKi,t cnim
Karl Pi'dfiseii. Hallo Lyke, llhellailts, ,,Ui Il0 KlM. ..W,y ollr Kroat ,,,.,,!.
ei-stis the ship W. F. Kabcock. 1t dent nilght lose bis famu In a day. be
tuclile, iliiarel,' fornltliii'. engines, ,.11U(lt10 H ,,u.rf0rliiB lu tlio Japan
boilers, iii.ichKiery, t.tu, upiiiileii-i0 school cmestlon." Now those who
anies, caiko nnd freight money, aim ( ,lt,aril llrKl mmnloll to ,1L.
ngnllist nil porso.is lutervenlng r.n' ,,Ht( uil I tlc-s of a I'resldeiitlal change
their luleicsts tlierelii. libelee. 1 1 .1 ()f vuw aro wo(IcrllIR ,f ,hl8 laXuM
rhnso of damages, civil and maritime. ,, , ,,,,. It nt I(.Ill!t ll()W8
.. etover lie Mini o .i.uuu. na ,y
sun line,, eiereui-c oeiiig oereny ".."ca ,ut ClllfrI1nn
tl'ereio, will more fully and at large . , mB l
Now, Therefoie, lu pmsnance of the
monition am) 'tinder the seal of the
court to mo illiertM and delivered, i
do hereby give public notleo to all per
sons claiming tint said ship V. F, Hale
eoeti, her tinkle, appaiel, furniture, en-
glues, boilers, machinery, boats, up-
purteuuiii'fs, cargo and freight money,
etc., or In any manner Interested there-!
In, that Ihey be and appear before the 'ns vice president of the Homo Hulo
iild District Court, to ho held In Hi1 party. It Is repotted that lie will Join
iiiy oi Honolulu, on i-ruiny, me zsin
day of Di'ienibei'. A. 1), 130(1. at ten '
o'clock In tho lorenoon of that day,
piovlded the same shall ho a day ot
Jurisdiction; otherwise on the next
day ol Jurisdiction thereafter, thcio
niul then to Inteiposo their claims niuu
niuKe men niiegationa in mat Demur,
otiieiwlso deiuult nnd condemnation
Dated the 19lli day of December, A.
" 1,'''",' -.in.. .
IJ. It. H1'JNDH,
I!. S. Marshal.
Oiii. D. Oear and J. J. Dunne proctor
fin Hhi'llaiitB. t'l
LEASE OF HALAWA PLANTATION.
Aen! '" ta" W''""
t,,u..W; C ?..' T.r.u,'e" u": ,he
Will of James Wight, deceased, here
.U . .U UAI AiL'a Oll'l"1 "m' ,,U " '" ll" P'O'lHCll"" 0
that the HALAWA SIM!,,,. .ilrt ,.,.,- ,,,., i. inu,,.llnta.i i
GR ANTA.T!?N' ,!CC?t?d ".' K.'I'b maniirnctiire. for the whole world
',.a,a' !.nd.0' "H.1' b'lono1"0.. t0 Is looking to detmtiitcd alcohol lo rev-
the estate of decedent and consisting
of a Sugar Mill, certain fee simple
lands, leaseholds, water rights and
other personal property now compris
ing the HALAWA PLANTATION BO-
called, subject to certain reservations,
will be put up for lease at public auc
tion at Honolulu, at the Auction
Rooms of JAME8 F. MORGAN, 837
I KAAHUMANY STREET,
SATURDAY, JAN. 12, A. D. 1907,
at 12 o'clock noon,
cald lease to be from January 15, 1907,'
to January 15, 1930; Growing Crops,,
Tools, Implements and Live Stock
forming part of said plantation to be
taken at valuations payable by Feb
uiary 15, A, D. 1907, and upset price!
per annum of sale1 lease to be FIVE
THOUSAND ($5,000) DOLLAR8. An
Inventory of the property leased, val-'
uatlons of croos and other personal
property list of reservations and other I
conditions of lease can be ascertained
by application to R. W. SHINGLE, at
his office with the Henry Waterhouse
Trust Co., Ltd., In Honolulu, corner of
Fort and Merchant streets, after Sat
urday, December 22, A. D. 1905. Leaso
to he made subject to confirmation by
the Judge of the Circuit Court of the.
Third Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
- - - - iHswm.TT , .
Fancy Ribbons --
'? Metropolitan Meat Co,,. Ltd.
,elleetl Iho President would change
Ilils.vluws on tho matter. A Tew days
ajer i10 ra,0 nnnounced tho roselud-
iJlst nRt tt10 j.tctuiliiK tho enso.
,hat I,at,u,r Slnrk , ,
not only Ainerl-
Win. Mossmnli Jr. lias publicly an
jnouuccil through tho Ko Aloha Alua
his Intention of resigning bis position
M0 Democratic party.
(Jinnies. K. Motley in his official ea
paclty its piesldent of tho Homo Utile
party, announces that Win. Mossnmn
Jr. h leslgnntlon hag been accepted by
tho Kxcciitlvn Board of tho party and
u, Knluuoknlahl 8r. has been duly up-
pointed In his. plnco. Tho appointment
H llau(, December 20. 1900.
T10 ttnt B8ll0 of t1() Ku Nal A
lmii nUvo aMyt wlll ,)0 Blvcn out
"" "lu ,8t "f Jll""1"'y. 1807. The pa-
,r. lu tiiilillulwtil In rnTitiinnllnn wllli
tho Kuokon Homo Hula, tlio Homo
Tho mau'igcmeut of the Jamcbtown
to be hold nrxt ear, hope
to be nble to show how alcohol may bo
I produced most cheaply and what moth-
lolmlniiUo economle eondltlous depend.
. ent upon heat, fuel and power.
pUY your CHRISTMAS PRE
1J SENTS at our Store TODAY
and have Santa Claus deliver them at
5 o'clock Tomorrow Morning. He
will visit all parts of the City in his
L. B, KERR &
!,. . j . . , -g. t, a. j.-o, i rtHfaiStnUi-x
The following program has been
arranged for tho Christmas celebra
tion nt the Mnklkl Japanese Chinch
loiuoriow nt 7:30 p. in.:
Hymn, "When Marshaled on tho
Mighty Plain" .'
Prayer by ltov. T. Okinuura
Song of Welcome Children
Recitation Small boys
Remarks A Boy
An exciclso (shining candle).. Girls
Remarks A Boy
Dlaloguu Two Boys
Song of aiutlness Hoys
Remarks A Boy
Dialogue A Boy
Ceiebruto Xnias (song) Boys
Remarks , A Boy
Dlaloguu and Song Two Girls
Dialogue Three Boys
A song, "Jiuglu Hells" Children
Heading u sentence A Boy
Recitation nud Song (shining can
An cxorclsu, Santa Claus Around the
A song, "Children's Xmas" Hoys
Recitation In l-Jight Languages. .Hoys
A Song, "Ootid Present" Children
3AILORS MAY BUY DISCHARGE
Washington, Dec. 8. The President
l'ns approved the revocation by tho
Navy Department of a rulo which ImB
existed since 1902, which prohibited
the putclinso of dlschargo by enlisted
men. Tlio now order gives tho right
of purchase) to mm in their first en
listnient who lmvo terved at least ono
By defeatliiK Hcvuril 2-1 on Dec. 8
at Cambridge, Masr,, tho Ilaverfovl
Collego team won tho liitorcollcglato
championship at Association football.
. . tv. ..jwr..j-
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN
I11BA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Kattarn Point.
your ticket read! via tha
Vtor toll Information can oat
8. F. BOOTH, O. A.,
Parry Building, San Franelaoa, Cat,
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER P1AN1 COMPANY
158 AND 158 HOTEL STReCT,
Opposite Young Hotel,
NEW YEAR POSTALS.
Beautiful line of Raphael Tuck New
Year and Xmas Souvenir Postals.
Brasses, Teco Pottery, Round Tappa
HAWAII A SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
Ho Change I