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BVtNINQ PPltBTlN, H0N0LWI.T, T. II.. SATUnOAV, DEC. IS, 1900.
Our Advertisements Seive as Guideposts to the Home of Bargains. They have Directed Thousands of Shoppers
to' this Store and have been a source of Pleasure-Promoters too for Honolulu Ladies.
We note here only a few of the article suitable (or the Christmas season. The store is filled with countless gift suggestions each moderately priced, You cannot make a mistake.
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LADIES SHIRT WAISTS
One Of the best assortments wc have shown. Goods arrived on" the
Alameda and are delightfully fresh. $1.50 to $3.00.
Ko larger line, no better values in Handkerchiefs shown in Hono
lulu. These are for ladies and Gentlemen and .Children and are suitable
for Christmas gifts. The line is a feature with us.
nnd SCARFS. A new lirie at trices that will suit .these are new goods
and are the best we have had since they became the rage.
Fine assortment in Voils, Panama, Silk Etamonc. Absolutely no
duplicates. Very attractive.
This is the time to collect your wants in HOSIERY. We carry a
feature stock for. Ladies, Children and Men in plain and assorted pat
terns LISLE and SILK.
SILK PETTICOATS JN PLAIN BLACK AND
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S I'ARASOLS
Received by the Alameda. Hew line of sunshades for ladies and
children. Colon PLAIN WHITE, BLACK and WHITE and FANCY
SHADES. Too (rood to let go. Buy now. Ladies and Oentlemens UM
BRELLAS in PLAIN and TWILL MATERIALS.
A special sale on these goods from now until Christmas. 10 dis
ccunt on all RIBBONS. All widths, plain and fancy.
We will sell you TOYS cheaper than any one fn town and as an
extra Inducement will give yon 10 discount on all purchases of TOYS.
BLOM THE BARGAIN MAKER Opposite Catholic Church
j s is 1 color "id artistic possibilities.
! 1 1 nircauy lornnng ouitioor sseicning
s classes unci will icnialn here In
3 I definitely. Blio U located at Tho
i' i Coirtland on Berctanla Avenue and
timia iu mm uittuj unci vBinift bhuiiii-
es to her collection while sho Is here.
1 have seen most of tho places de
pleted by Miss Raymond In her col
lection, and I can speuk sincerely of
tholr truenoss to life. Ono little
Southern California lew Interests
me especially "The .Arroyo Pasade
na" done In soft, pastel tones most
pleasing to tho ye, for when I was
a little girl, with my eight-year-old
companions, I used to climb this hill,
which I then thought a very high and
formidable mountain, nnd come home
with my arms filled v.th tho wild red
thorn blossoms, Mariposa lilies and
maiden hair, which used to grow In
tho shaded places.
In tho thirty nine views .which Miss
Raymond will Exhibit are Included
two recent ones which will especially
appeal to Honoluluans ns they depict
bits of local scenery. Ono Is a
glimpse ot beauty among the Manon
cniL at first Incredible till o.iu hills whllo the other shows tho lagoon
ops to analyse these colors and con-. at Walklkl. Tho other pictures of tho
ders the .-many posslblo shading. I collection nro entirely Callfornlun and
irlatlons and combinations of then. I nro divided into two groups, those tie
the use of these colors, which tecli-J plctlng lhd( strength and virile beauty
cally, nro Prussian blue. Alizarin of woodland and lake of Northern
nrlcaiid Indian yellow. Miss Uny California, and those, in lighter vein,
ond .bcllexos that die has reduced dealing wltli' tho light and color of
r art tn its simplest terms, and in Southern California as seen In flower-
r large classes which she forms dotted meadow, snow capped motin
CHARM of the BRUSH
. 1 .$ $ 3 g J S ' $ ?
(By Orace'Tower Warrer..)
In tho water colors which Miss Julio
Raymond of Brooklyn will have on
ew Saturday evening at the Klloha
i Art 1-eugue rooms nt the reception
veil in her honor, tho art lovers of
onolulii .will havo n rare treat, for
Us Raymond Is an artist of feeling
id temperament nnd sho seems to
ivo Imprisoned tho ery essence of
emit and foiest, of surf and sand In
r work. 8ho works entirely In wa
r colors nnd there Is a charm and
delicacy to her work which appeal
unco to the nesthctlc sense and
at loo for the beautiful in nature
hlch Is found In greater or less de
oo In most people.
Tho fact that Miss Raymond em-
oys but three of the primary colors
her work red, bluo and yellow -
horover sho hitches her tent and
isel.htha tenches her pupils to use
it the three colors.
Miss Raymond cumo to Southern
illfornla four years ago for the pur
isa of scndlng the winter; becatno
charmed that she remained four
ars, travelling nnd painting through
it tho boundurles of the state and
ilng oven farther Into tho "North
juntieo" above tho California line,
t tho instigation of u Honolulu friend
to hns come hero where sho is
tain peal:, or the laughing waters of
tho Southern ocean.
The artist's great versatility Is
shown In her ability to portray equally
well forest and mountain, or sand-dune
and sea, for whllo the collection In
cludes more of tho former, her ma
rines are well worth study as they
irassess that Illusive, elusive qualty
which, for Inch: 'of a better name, wo
One of the most striking pictures
In tho collection Is "The Monarch of
larnicd with' the wealth of light and tho Forest," shotting a group of great
njS j -rMbsJ?rrii
js , rmm
A well-known woman of Camden,
N. J., U. S. A., writes an interesting
letter praising Duffy's Pure Halt
She Redwoods, with ono towering giant
in the foreground a picture typical
of the Northern California woods.
This picture has great depth and
strength and seems to breathe of the
rest and peace and serenity found
In the heart of the forest. The hand
ling of light and shadow Is oxcellent,
nnd ns ono peers Into the dim per
spective of tho middle distance he
seems to hear the murmuring of the
far tree tops and to catch that faintly
elusive odor of moist earth and grow
ing things. Similar In conception and
treatment Is another showing the
gnarled and ancient stump of a fallen
monarch, which one familiar with tho
woods up Cazatlero and Mill Valley
way, knows so well. "Loto Afternoon"
Is another possessing all the luro and
tho charm of tho woodland glade,
showing tho glints of golden sunshine
filtering through the interlaced tree
branches and forming little rsosalcs
ot gold across tree trunk and pathway.
A picture showing an entirely dif
ferent feeling and treatment. Is "Eu
calyptus Piedmont Park," which Is
flat and "Japanoty" In treatment and
is a favnrito with many. "Emerald
Day I.ake Taboo" Is -rich in color
and Its composition Is particularly
"Early Morning," seems alight with
that freshness and sweetness and
fragrance which come with those first
liburc of light after tho dawn, when;
tho soul ot tho forest seems washed
clean and ready for sun or wind or
storm of anothor day, Tho very good
composition of "Piedmont Park" re
commends it at onco to the art lover,
and Its soft, cool grays and delicacy
of color add to Its charm.
"The Alders Mill Valley," Is anoth
er especially fine one filled with that
call of tho woodland which every lov
er of nature sometimes, feels In his
heart. Nature. In an entirely different
mood Is depicted In "A Windy Day
Lake Tahoe," and reminds ono of
a country scene in Prance.
Ono must tratel five or six hundred
miles through half tho length of tho
big Golden State to find tho scene
lof the next picture, "Ocean neach,"
which gives a typical view of a bit of
Southern California coast line. This
picture Is exquisite In color and the
contrasts of 'deep, sapphire water,
soft fluffy clouds, whlto as the, breast
of some wild sea bird, azure sky and
yellow sand cliffs are full of dramatic
Whf.lr.. fa nl(vn ti t.ihaJ beauty. The wild surf, mad with riot
...,.,. . . . Ing, Is dashing In toward tho low and
and herself of serious stomach rUBged cliffs, and on6 almost expects
troubles. ,he next moment to feel tho salt spray
..r. - r, ,. ,. ...li i t cold upon his face. Thero seems to
"Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey haa'bo BOn)0 ,;,,, , , ,
done me nnd mv linslinmt n treat . ... , ' ... '"
.., . ", .'.."" i, . .m "" .I. "' akos one
sonnllty of tho wife o an InconUM
Ambassador as that with which It v. Ill
greet Mme. Kozal Uchlda, tho brilliant
?.., woman who will pre-
she, before Ions, aa chatelaine. over
the social destinies of the hospitable
Japanese Embassy; says the Wash
ington correspondent of tho New 'kork
Mme. Uchlda ihado nn unusually fine
Impression on the exclusive society
of iiltra-arlstocratlc Vienna to which
post her husband was lately accredit
ei as Ambassador, but even this sig
nificant fact weighs loss here than
does the knowledge that she Is tho
Graduate of nn American college
Ilryn Mawr-whero bIio took tho decree-
of Ilachelor of Arts In 189..
There is hardly a big city In tho Unit
ed 8tatcs In which tho new Ambassa
dor's wife will not find a classmate
who will be glad to recall college day a
with tho charming Japanese alumna
whose subsequent lire has been so
varied and so eventful. .
Distinguished at Bryn Mawr.
As Miss Masa Dogura, tho present
Mmo. Uchlda was ona of the most
brilliant, and qtilto tho most pictures
quS members of her class. She Is
the daughter of a millionaire ship
builder of Yamato, ono oMlumo pro
gressive, Intrepid men who laid Jhe
foundations of tho "Nut.' Jnpan." His
occupation and tho vast extent of bis
Interests brought mm. inip cwwuiui
contact with European meu nnd
mBthods and ho determined to give
his children the benefits of nn edtic
tlon which would enable them to hoi '
their owu in (ho host loclety or lt
When Miss Masa bogura matriculat
ed at Bryn Mawr sno sioko English
fluently, with Just tho trnco of a pretty
foreign accent, and was likewise U pio
flclent French and German scholar.
Her Intellectual attainments put many
of her classmates In tho background,
hut. notwithstanding this, she s'was
extremely popular with all of them.
Her speclaltlea were history and poli
tical science, and In these tfianchcs
she held a blaco well up at tho head
of the class. Sho was a close student
of American political conditions, and
worked unceasingly to add ( to tho
store of knowledge which has since
been so useful to her and ulso to her
She had a wonderful charm of man
ner, for which the women of her na
tlvo land aro famed, but was also pos
sessed of more "spirit" than IsUsually
credited to tho daughters of Japan.
Sho waB.fond of socletyvnnd took part
In all tho gayetles of college life.
MIsb Dogura was married to tho
Japanese statesman and diplomat In
1899. Her friends were slven to un-
SACHS' DOLL CONTEST
The result of last night's count in
the doll contest shows tho following:
Margaret Tinker 25t2
Margaret Stevens 2097
Elizabeth Seabury 1757
Eva Gay 112)
Barbara Walker 914
Klslo K. Hanna 5S
FOR Sl,500 JOB
Four candidates presented themselves
for examination as to their fitness to
fill the position of examiner in' tho
local customs service, this morning.
The examination Is being conduct-
Ruth Farrlngton . ..., 285 cd at the customs house under tho dl-
Maudu Nott, Indirection of John W, Short.
KUzabcth Sheplcy 193 Tho applicants' uro being put
Allco Bailey 191
(lertrudo Wong 1C4
Ivy Warren 44
through a difficult Inquisition and they
must , among oilier things, be thor
oughly conversant with tho cost of
tho various lines of Imports received
at Honolulu from foreign countries.
There is n position as examiner now
vacant In the local customs service.
Tim lull Is worth 11MHI n venr.
ucnirai union uuiircii iuuio ncuuui
at 9:00 a. m. Tickets will ue given Tlm ....... ..., ,., . ,.. ,iarir0
out lor me i;nrisimnscmenainmeni-nf lho Kor, .... Mondnv
Thursday Evening. Men's League I j T Tnyior( a UiCa cM engineer,
Bible Class at 9:60 a. tn.; "Is there ,g back aft;,r a brlef miBncsg trlp lo
existence nfterlleathT (Mark 12: 18- 'tinwnil nmt Mnm
27.) Morning Service at 11 a. m.; Rev.
Win. Hrowster Oleson will give nn
address on "A Forward Movement."
Christian Endeavor at I.eilil Homo In
thq nffernoon leaving l'awaa Junction
nt 2:2D p. in, Everyono takes a gift
to sot ) ono In the home, tn tho Pa-
I ii" at C:S0 p. m.; tho topic
"ur Chllstmas Gifts" and
ilonl of irraiil At tlmpa whnn I rniild . . ' "" .."c. uuo i8a. Her inuilllb were sneu iu ....-
no? eat ?r retain anytmng on my frt ,5,.p,,?tur? ns ,ho at,Ut "Ust uerstand that It was a lovo match, and
stomach a tabioonVu of Duffy's J ,!,t " W"C" E,, "a""e'1 " '" weldt,"! 8,"J ,1B,, beon Blve,i
PurTMa.t ZX .!,..wf '- more;cho,co than u usua. In East-
strength und relieve me ot that tired
"My husband had stomach trouble
ond Indigestion from childhood. ,U
became so bad he had to quit work.
He began taking Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey, a tablespoonful before
meals and at bed time. He was soon
uble to go to work and eat a hearty
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Is pal-
I certainly am a
MRS. BAUA E. SCOTT
table and agieeable to the most sensitive stomach
jrleiidqt$our8 for the benefits derived from your medicine and heartRy
bcommend It to all." Mrs. 8ara E. Scott, 602 N. 6th Street. Camden.
' ffuffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
Ilf y on Jewish to keep young, strong and vigorous and have on your
leoKs-.tlie glow ot perfect health,
fike Duffy s Pure Malt Whiskey reg-
larly,, accord)ug to directions. It
nies und strengthens the heart
tlon nnd purines the entire system.
Is recognized as u family niedl-
CAUTION. When you ask for
uffy'siPure Malt whiskey, be sure you
mt thjt nnuln liV tha nnltf ahioluliA. .'
.. ... w... . .. , ,2
' pure medicinal malt whiskey and Is v
'old Iti sealed bottles only; never in
'ulk.)l Look for the trade-mark, the
Old Chemist," on the label, and make
ire the sesl over the cork Is unbrok-
(i.i.Wilt Medical rjenartment. Tha
liffuf Malt "Whlalcau C.B.. Rnrh.l.l-
MY..0. 8. A. "
on tho California coast where one ern countries.
fjnds that deep, dark bluo water bo At the tlmo of his marriage Uchlda
wonderful in tone, and that Is In the' was director of tho jiolltlcal bureau
llttlo fiords near Point I-obos about m tho Ministry of Foreign Affairs at
flfteon miles from Monterey. Toklo, and a year lutcr was promoted
'False Bay" Pacific Beach, Is an- to tho VIce-MlnUtry of Foreign Affairs,
other little marlno of unusual com- He was Minister to China, from 1901
position and much cojor charm. In to 1900, and ho and his wlfo wcro
complete antithesis 6f feeling and ex- among the most prominent nnd most
pressloh Is "Show and Flowers niv- popular residents of Peking's foreign
erswe,- wnich seems filled with tho colony, ,j j'
Joy and laughter of nature. Every-. Uchlda Ambassador to Austria. '
where thq meadows, smllo and glow Uchlda was noinlnr-ted Ambnssador
with myriad wild bloasoms, which' to Austria In February, 19p7. In Vlcn
make February and March months of na the Uchldns repeated' their success
mumr uiuiiK uiu loomui country. Tho In Poking.
nobbtns. supt. Moinlng.. Worship nt
11 a. tn.; sermon by the pastor, sub
ject: "Four ttitlox sconcernlng lho
Bible." lrpwnrlh l.cngiio nt 0:30 p.
m.; topic: "Leavening the Lump."
1-uke 13:20-1; lea'der Miss Eva Board
man. Evening Lervlco nt 7:30 p. m.;
sermon bv the lnstnr. sublect: "Tho
ret Shaw will bo tho lead- overcoming Life"; Ilr. !.ee will sing,
ng Service nt 7:30 p.m.; tho Mid-week prayer scrvlco nt 7:30 p.
Minister win prencn. ins n, Wednesday evening. A cordial In
vitation Is extended to nil who nro
not Identified with other churches In
tho city. Touilsts hnd visitors nro
lnlted. Soldiers mid sailors receive
a hearty widcomo. John T. Jones,
pastor; Fninl I.. l.eo. assistant.
puhlecp "An Important Definition,'
(' '-I 17:3). A cordial Invitation Is
e. o.i Jed to all.
llrst Methodist EpUcopal Chiirrh
Sunday school at 10 n. m.; Arthur
J. T. McCrosson, arriving this
morning by tho Mnunu Kea, reports
u splendid rain In Hnmakua previ
ous to his departure. Thero Is rnln
and plenty of It, und tho district
needed It badly. With water lb.
that section all the sugar districts
ot tho Islands may now bo said to
have been well supplied nt just the
right tlmo for the growing season,
and not enough to Interfere with
James Wakefield of Then. II, Davles
& Co., arrived from a business tour
of Hawaii this muinlng.
Mrs. II. -N. Almy was nmnng Ilia ie
turrlng passengers by thu steamer
Mauna Kea this morning.
Mrs. T .(. Phelps, or San Mateo
county, Cnl., will soon visit these is
lands to spend tho'wlntef.
J. T, Woods, or Kohnla. Is spending
n lew days at the Cnpltnl. Ho ar
rived this morning by tho steamer
Mrs. Moor N. Falls, who has been
spending several weeks wlthiher par
ents In SarramcnU), will shortly io
turn to tho Islands.
William C. Lyon of lho Tlmwu ft
Lyon Company, returned this morn
ing from a business trip to Hawaii In
the interests of his firm.
George T. Robertson arrived from
Hawaii today after a brief Inspection
of the plantation interests of C. Brew
er & Co. on lho big island.
If you nro not loo'dng for n cruel
nnd bitter disappointment do not ex
pect tho milk octopus to hnvo a conscience.
winter caps of biiow nro still jauntily
perched upon the blue mountains in
the bluo dlstanco and over all Is that
glowing sunshlno tono of a Southern
California aprlhgllrno. Th'tro aro
sparkle, and vivacity, and lightness
against a backgrbund of quiet delicacy
which makes ono tliliik bf o'ue of Mac
Ddwcll's ifppllhg melodies, ami one
wonder's nt lho versatility which can
give expression to these lighter things,
and then with tho same brush pro
duce Monarchs of the Forest which
are like some deep, stiong passages
of Wagnor tho Pilgrims' Chorus ex
pressed lii'toims of colou
Washington Pleased With
Seldom has Washington manifested
such enlhuslasturinterest lurthV per- at pre'sont a'resldont of San FraUplsco,
Mmo. Uchlda Is not only handsome.
according to Japanese standards, but
couh) hold her own In Klut of good
look's In any American assemblage.
Sho dresses with consummate good
taste in the products ot the host Pari
sian and Veluuvso modistes. Sho Is
witty und u good conU'rsatiouallst.
Both in native endowments und In
social xperlcuco Mine. Uchlda Is well
fitted to bilng tho dapaueso Embassy
into even greater social promlncnco
than it has pioUously enjoyed. Al
ready diplomatic circles aro predicting
that the new Embassy hostess will be
odu of the most sought ufter and most
successful entertainers In 'Washing
ton. She Is ci edited with the posses
sion of a largo private fortuuo and will
doubtless maintain the Embassy hou
pliabilities on a splendid scale.
Ouo of Mmo. Uchldu's brothers Is
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An Ideal, Sanitary, Permanent
System of Burial
From earth burial to interment in a concrete mausoleum marks' n
progressive step in keeping with the movement in Honolulu today t(
keep apace with very thing up-to-date.
IDEAL, BECAUSE IT IS THE LATEST AND BEST.
SANITAEY. BECAUSE IT IS CONSTRUCTED ACCORDING: TO
KNOWN FACTS OF SANITATION.
' PERMANENT, BECAUSE IT IS INDESTRUCTIBLE.
Specifications for the City Mausoleum have been
approved by the Board of Health
Illustrated Booklet Free on Request,
Townsend Undertaking Co., Ltd.
W. W. HALL, Pres.
J.H. TOWNSEND, Treai.
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