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nvnxtNa nuM-ntix, itoxoun.u, t. h.. tiiuiisday, dec. 2.1, 1000
tmW'SP' Mi4aiKi.'Aiiiy -"" ? .
Look in Our Show Window
And Sec Our Latest Thing in the Kay of
WHARF AND WAVE
! northeasterly swell and heavy rain
L'lunlln including mi the homeward
I li Ip of that vessel. 'Ilii' Claudlnu
was unable to leave freight at Lau
pahochoe because of ndverse wenth-
lor tnndltlons. The barkcntlne St.
1111. 111. vv , SHAM. iiicic.irc was loriuaiiy incorioinieu. iiiuv.mii- ,,,. i, i.- ,i n,
shown In the number of slcai.i and nrd I.I.1U a also cBtablUlKd In 1M0 n'nterprlse were at llllo at
sail Vessels built In lliu Pulled States and will complete seventy Joars of ... , ,',, ,, . ,,,
I of ,oxt f cinildlne. while the Makowcll , una
mid ofllclnlly numbered during the
tiiurtor ending September 30, IHOH,
icr the sumo period of lWS, accord
itiK to 11 it-port of the bvncail of navb
Steam and sail vosstls to the nnav
Atlantic service on Jul)
They lire so simple that even a forp,ct thnt wc have room in our
Canary enn use them without Jan- windows for hut a few samples of
Her. While you, ere looking at this our larp,e nnd varied stock: also
Air Ship just look over the windows kecu in mind that wc want you to
hqth on Fort and ll'-tig strjets and come in and make yourself at home
s:e if they do not interest yoa. anywhere in oar biir building, ex-
We have lots of things that you amine our stock and Ret our prices,
will uant this weak when you do whether you happen to want any-
onr Christmas shopping. Do nU thine or not. .
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
BOUGHT TO PLEASE
The fancy of the Christmas buyer was our thought
when buying- for the 1009 Holiday trade. That we caught
the fancy wc believe from the daily showing of satisfac
tion by our customers.
A late nrrival here arc some Fancy Trimmed Hats.
The Holiday line is as complete as judicious buying
would permit. The toy line is unsurpassed. A fine dis.
play of grass linen.
When marketing come on to our store. Wc will make
you welcome, even tho.igh you do not buy.
WAH .YING CHONG CO.,
King St., Ewa Tish Market.
discharging at Knhuliit.
A LATH Itni'OnT from the Pacific
Mall liner Korea, now steaming to
wauls Snn Krandsco, wan to the uffect
that the vessel Is meeting with gentle
northeast winds mid quiet seas, hei
position being .19 miles off tho port.
IT IS llKl.inVi:U that the Tojo KIs
en Knisha liner Nippon Mam will ur
rive from Hongkong mid Japan porta
1T or 31", with a gnus tonnage of I on Thursday, t) comber .10. although,
18.911. weie tniisttuttcd 111 the United nccordlng to her icgul.ir Bchedule, tho
Stales and Officially nuiiihricd during j vessel Is slated to make her appear-
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Mil! .(iiiiii. I'liuwih ouiiviiiim' u'r, ti.iu .i. ...i; m. u ... ...- ..., ..... .
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is'ir.i, ngainsi ilia wiin a gloss lonnago 1 iMppini aiani is nui 111 iuuku h ih.- ij-j. amFHICAN bark St Kather
of 20 8K? for the same peilod of liiJK. Kaliuku wlielets station, consKpienlly Jnu x'' g( j-rltlc,HC(J aj.r.,j t
There was an Inciease of 12 steel Ihu exact time of her arrival can not ,m;, nftr ,1 'twctity-boveti 'itay .jnaKo
steam vessels built during the quiutcr, be determined. Tho liner Is bringing ,mul fron, ule coag( fho vessel
ending September 30. 1UM over the 'a large number ol ' I'lllpli.o aliment lor bl0Ilf!h, f1 np ,' ,Ilercholll,Hu and
same pcrnm ui iyns. ui me vessels t wu imeiua iri.uiu iiitiiiuiiiium,
constructed of wood for tho quuitcri , I
Just ended, there were 12 sail and THKHK IS accoimuodatlon for nf
2liJ steam uml of those built of steel 1 teen tlrst class passengers desiring to
theie weio 2 sail and 23 steam pro- avull IhelilMdvcs of tho opportiinllj of
pelled, ncittiding to the report of the1 "Pending tho first of tho new year at
bureau of navigation. During tho "llo nnd Join forces with the parly of
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Ki"u l"-'"" "" B!" pi or """ " "'"' " "' mt.f, (lff ,lt5 ,)()rt iHl nKi,i
'pi... .t.i. t...n 11..- .1 .. .1 .. lliu ctufitiiftt ffiiittn lfin rTliMut wlm
me siiiijiiiiiiiiiiik U'lHiri 01 Hie oil-, . "- -" "" 1T ,u iHMinllTIMI PIlflM Pml Ar.
thur that as several sunken steamers
nt the enhance of tho poit havo been
cleared, vessels of any description
can now freely pass through tlm en
Till: PACIFIC MAIL liner Mongolia rnncc "cn nl """"
duo to arrive at llonoiulii from San
IVnnclseo 011 Mondav. will not lirlnir THH OCEANIC liner Alameda was
a great amount of general cargo for bucking Into strong head seas at n
this port, nccordlng to the nresent cil- distance of 130 ;nlles off the port ac-
mediate construction of n dry dock 'dilations of H. Ilackfeld & Co., the cording to n wireless message deceived
at Vancouver, Ilrltlh Columbln Tho "itents for the vessel. Should the mil nigni. a strong noruieasi. wnui
dock Is to havo a cipaclty for hand- Mongolia arrive In tho morning, sho was encountered,
ling vessels of 10 tiou tons burden, Its wl" I'rooamy lie iusiaicneil for tlio
supiilles tor the Hawaii port
TUB AKRIVAbiif the United States
rovemio cutter'Thetls has been fixed
for Christmas Day, accordion 10 11
wireless message, received from that
vesDcl. Tho Thetis was reported 4S
lean of navigation foi September booked early havo been assigned to
..1 .1. .. 11.1 ... .. Ix.pll.u If lu tlm tiilm.f li.fi Mif lint
vnuns 111.11 110 sicum and sail ves- j "-' .n ... ..... ....... ... ...
scls, with n gross tonnage of ",930,
were built during the month, This
number consisted of 22 sail and SS
steam vessels of wood constiuctlnn
mid 8 steam vessels built of steel.
DRY DOCK AT VANCOUVER A
(ontiact has been given for tho Im
steamship company to allow iiuiplo
room and there will be no crowding.
dimensions will be Sin feet In length.
70 Tret width, and 10 feet draft over
Hie sill The contract for the mate
ilal Ins been nwnrdeil to a firm which
will build tho dock In England 'and
Orient In the afternoon. About a'half
dozen passengers havo been booked
for various points In Japan and China.
INCLUDED In tho shipment of Ila-
1 lai go 'number of sail and steam low refined sugar. 5000 cases tinned " ru,J "I'lpment of fuel oil for Urn local
We have just whit you are looking for in a nice
Christmas piesent for l.-:sband, son, or gentlemen friends
in PIFE and CIGAR BOXES, MATCH SAFES, SHAVINd
CUPS, MIRROR. MILITARY BRUSHES. WATCHES, STUDS,
LINK BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, RINGS, and a host ef other
All goods guaranteed 3 represented. Prices are right.
M. R. COUNTER
1142 Fort St.
ship It out In paits. An accessible w'nllan pioducts destined for the iniilii-
site for this dock has been obtained land by tho Matson Navigation liner
In the hmbor, and It will flml plenty Illlonlan, scheduled to sail on next
of business, as this port Is frequented Tuesday, Is 1500 tons raw sugar, 500
vesselt whoso hulls need cleaning and pineapples, and n quantity of green
painting after long voyages In tho pine. The repair to the vessel's pro-
Orient nnd Tropics, pievlous to inak- peller will be mndo within a day or
lug return vojages with cargoes. At two, the stern of the vessel being
pieM'iit the only docking facilities for raised to expedite tho work,
vessels of considerable tonnage Is all Q
Esquimau. Vancouver Island, which ' 1T 's POSSIBLE that tho schooner
cameo ilelay and extra uxpciihu for Concord, which has been on tlm berth
tils service. I "ir fanning island, may got away for
tho South seas cither this evening or
THE STEAMEIl Claildlue will get
away for llllo via way porls tomorrow
upon her usual sailing schedule. The
vessel will lake a lumiber of passen
gers and a full cargo for thu Island
ports of call.
IT IS EXPECTED tint the Ameri
can steamer Itosecians, bringing down
dcHit will nrrlvo ut this port tomop
THE INTEH ISLAND steamer Nil
hail was dispatched for Honokna mid
Kukiilhaele with n general assortment
of cargo today.
THE OCEANIC steamship Sierra,, tomorrow. The vessel Is undergoing
which Is soon to enter the run be- xnmc rcpnlis and will complete taking
tween San Krancli.cn and Honolulu, " si.pplles toduy The Coucoid Is ex
will he the stnr of the liners saljlng IH'cted will bring buck a thlpmcnt of
fiom this port. It Is at. present fit 1 Otiupti.
wo union iron works, where toiluy
Jnrrctt that nil
the oil binning furnaces are being liv
stalled From the Union Iron works
It will go to the dr duck for 11 thoi
ougli overhauling. It Is to bo refitted
from Btein to stern, and when It en
ters the seivlce two months henco
THE I'HEKIIIT lUt which arrived Ilcr baggage had beon held up by
nt Honolulu this morning by tho
Clnudlnn Imludeil 40 cords of wood,
54 sacks paddy, 5il sacks torn, 200
sacks Uigur, 440 packages sundries.
nnd on deck n shipment of 24 hogs.
her loving husband, Mr. Horner
this morning denied tlm fnct, and
raid that the trunks had nil gone
forward 011 the Alameda.
Yesterday morning when Mrs.
with all Its modem equipments It will The vessel biought 11 large number Horner lallOd at her late home with
bo the best equipped ship leaving this 'f I'aBseiiiwis. In the Mist and sec- n express wagon she found tho
nrt dud classes. ""r locked nnd a notice posted
The Sierra has accommodations for
150 first-class passengers, 80 second
chss pabsengers uml 10.) In the steer-ago.
I." .' .... .. .1 . (
Tho """ "er; ner Duxes nave nil, ac-
llway tomorrow. Tho """ ""-' '" "ui,;a "vc ""
f leaned and painted ",r,,In& '" er, gone on to f
ig to Puget Sound 'r"cis!o nnd she Is left here wl
rut "anything to wear."
All the work in this laundry is done by hand, and the greatest care
ir. exercised in ell stones of the work.Prkes lew.
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Abadie, Frop.
25S BJretcnia Street. Telephone 1401
LOWEST PRICES ON TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
102S Nuuanu St.
irq warning everjono rrom trespassing.
THE SniOONEIl CIIUItCIIILL. A" "l0 "''BgaBO vvns'nll missing, she
which has completed the discharge J"tleil to the conclusion that hub-
.ir .. ui,t..iiu.nt .r . ,ui i.nl.i.o- nt Lad hidden It away somewhere.
tb Knit stieet whnif. wlli.Lrf, no -Vow 'I'0 brlilo Is 111 a worse way
A NEW SEitVICE Is to bo started ithe mniiue lallway tomorrow
oy the Iiusslan Volunteer Meet he- vessel will bo
tween China and Vladlvoslock. Three .befoie returning
new steamers bitvn bi.eti lmllt fni tlilu . nmfii
service, ami these will hi. missim? us ' ' Whether tho wife will get nway
through Colombo this month from I IT MAY TAKE two or tluee days to ,0 llle coast ll1"' nrrvo Just In time
Odessa, Two of tho vessels have .discharge the shpnient of nltiutcs to '" ne,,r tImt ,l10 'runks havo been
been mined tho "Pollnwa" and be left at Honolulu by tho Toyo Klson B"'l'icU back to Hawaii Is not
"Oriel." Their lonnige Is 3.200 Ions, Kalshn liner Ameilcn Mnru. This ves- Known nt piesent, Sheriff Jarrett
niiilthelr speed 111 knots an hour, sel Istdiio here from South American R "'l''liB another cull from one
Thev havo been specially constructed l"rts on December 20. The America "r "m" l" l'"""es tins aricmoon
for caigo cnrrjhiK. .
IS HEl'OUTED fmm Vl.iillvna
lock that tho Japineso there linvo ask
ed the N. Y. K. to abandon Its In-
Maj-u Is en route to Japan potts and llor,1r denies that he ever assault-
THE AMERICAN bark Kaliilanl, I
now taking on a shipment of sugar
cd his wife In any way, nnd at pres
ent that Is how things stand.
tentlon of nbollshlng Its Uranch nt destined for Snn rranclsco Is oxpott'
that poit It Is said Hint they June ed to get nway for the coast tomorrow
decided not to m.e N. Y. K. EtenmeiS afternoon tnklng about 1700 tons of
If the nrnnch Is closed. , the product, Tho Kaliilanl nrrlved
IW here In September nnd has been tin 1-
THE P. & O S, S COMPANY will ergolng lepnlrs.
celfbiale the seventieth anniversary i
of the granting of Its charter next '
WITH NEW LANDING
Tho people of liana, Maul, are
very much pleased with the loniplo-
PUItSEIl CHAULES KIIILINO of Hon of their new landing, which
j.vcar. Tho foundations of this great Hie Intor-Isliind Bt earner Claudlne, James Moise of tho Dopaitment of
lino were laid considerably hefoio which anlvcd today from lluwull Public Works has been working on
1840, but It was In that ve-ir lint It and Maul ports, icpoits n heavy for some time. Tho landing Is nno
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd
The following is the standing
of the various contestants at 3 p.
m. Wednesday, the 22nd, for the
Victor Talking Machine
1. Mrs. H. H. Williams,
2. Miss Irene Dickson,
3. Miss Irene Ahrens,
4. Henry Burnette, - -
5. Robert K. Clarke, -
If You Don't Know
That our toiiai are the best to be had in tlir city, it
is because you have never tried them. A trial case will
convince you that in the manufacture of soda water we
are in class bv ourselves.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHL1EFF, Manager.
of the best on the Island.
' It Is extended far Into the sen,
enablliiK tho boats from the steain
cih to dock with ease and safety.
One of the llnnu inople who itr
ilved this inornini; stated thnt they
ure greatly pleased with tho action
of Mr. Campbell, Superintendent or
Public WoiKs, In causing the prompt
construction of the Han.i lundlir;
nrter the LlKlshiture had uppioprl
uted money for that purpose.
SIT UP AIL NIOHT
TO GUARD FORTUNE
Miner- and Wife from' Nome Brine
' Result of Winter's Work in
Iron Safe Refused to Put Same
in Hotel Safe.
Samuel Hiigen, a mining in an of
Alaska, arrived nt the Aisonnut ho
tel Inst evening with S100.000 In
gold says S. V. Call.
Ho was nccoinpanled by his wife
mid the gold was In an Iron safe
which the two of them are gunidlng
until It Is placed In the Mint this
morning. The couple last night oc
cupied room 444 nt the Argonaut
nnd they stood guard all night, re
fusing either to go to bed or allow
the gold to be moved Into the hotel
Hagcn left Seattle with his wlfo
a few da) s ago en routo to this city.
They had (onslgncd the gold to San
Prnnclsio under the caro of Wells
Fargo & Company, hut when Hagcn
was waiting ut the depot in Portland
to i'ii tell the tiulu for this city, he
was horrified to Mud that his safe
was being vvh'eeled mound In an
open truck. with a number of trunks.
Hagen became alarmed and releas
ing Wells Kurgo fiom till icsponil
blllty he took tho gold again uudcl
his own supervision. Tho inltipr se
emed a di awing' room on tho Poil
laud tinln nnd also tiled to hire n
body guai d, but lu this he was un
successful. Haguu and his wife ttxiU
tin ns standing guard oyer the tiea
fcilie thcnifcclvcs till the) uillved 111
this city. At tho Perry building
they hlied n closeil carilugo and
diovc direct to the Argonaut hotel.
In the hotel oflUu they cieated a
great deal of cuiloslty as they per
sonally superltcndcd tho lolling lu
of the safe to the lobby. Hagcn then
registered, ami being assigned a
loom, he and his wlfo hud their gold
taken up to It. They did not leave
their ap.utnients for dinner but had
their meal reived to them upstniis.
This morning they will take their
gold to the Mint, nud then they will
heave u sigh of lollef.
WISE OLD RIP
..Ulp Van Winkle nwoke from his
long nap and stalled down the
locky heights lu a hull)'.
"Why don't )oti sleop another
twenty )ciub, old man?" asked tho
"Whut," ejaculated Illp. lu sur
pilio, "nnd have them say I never
, i cached tho top of the mountain ut
' For oven In thoso days thero wore
, doubters and scoffers whoso iiilln
was "Show me."
Anno un c e m e
E beg to advise the public that with the remodelling of our
. establishment we are in position to- give special attention to
the family trade.
All orders, when requested, will be delivered in sealed pack
ages by the Territorial Messenger Service without extra charge,
MAIi. AND TELEPHONE ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT AT-TENTiON.
W. C. Peacock A Co., Ltd.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
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