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EVEN'INQ DUMXTIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., ritlDAV, DIX. 2(, 1900.
Look in Our Show Window
And See Our Latest Thing in the Way of
They nic so simple tint even a
Canary enn use tliera without dan
Kcr While jou arc looking nt this
Air Ship just look over the windows
both on Fort and King streets and
stc if they do not interest yoj.
We have lots of things that jou
will want this week when ou do
V'nr Cluistinns chopping. Do not
forget that we have rocm in our
windows for hut a few samples of
our large and varied stock; also
kecD in mind that we want you to
come in and make yourself at home
tnyvhcrc m our big; building, ex.
amine our stock nd (?ct our prices,
whether jou happen to want any
thini; or not.
It Is No Gamble
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd.
BOUGHT TO PLEASE
The fnncy of the Christmas, buyer was our thought
when buying for the 1909 Holiday triUJc. That we caught
the fancy we believe fiom the daily showing of satisfac
tion by our customers.
A late arrival here are 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. We will make
jou welcome, even though you do not buy.
WAH YING CHONG CO.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market.
Because we know you
are going to get satis
faction. Clothes we
mak: for .you have
class and fit perfectly.
Get your clothes made
to your measure by us
nt ready to wear
A new line of suit
ings just received from
Filled With Flour
Geo. A. Martin,
Hotel SU Opp. Union.
AGAIN ON MONDAY
We have just what you are looking for in a nice
Christmas present for husband, son, or gentlemen friends
in PIPE and CIGAR BOXES. MATCH SAFES, SHAVING
CUTS, MIRROR, MILITARY BRUSHES, WATCHES, STUDS,
LINK BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, RINGS, and a host of other
All goods guaranteed es represented. Prices are right.
M. R. COUNTER
1142 Fort St.
All the work in this laundry is done by hand, and the gieatest care
it exercised in all stages of the work. Prices low.
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Abadie, Prop.
258 Beretania Street. Telephone 1401
LOWEST PRICES ON TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED
1023 Nuuanu St.
i: It lias In on decided to repeat M
tt J. A. Wllder's representation of tS
t: the Nativity ami Christmas Carol V.
U nt 8.30 Monilay evening In the tt
U M'nduv School room or Central tt
tt Union Church. This Is ilono to tt
tt give thuse iinihlu to he. present it
tt list evening nn opporlunltv to tt
tt sco the eiy hcnutlfiil nntl I in- tt
tt piesslve piece. There will he no tt
tt nilniirslon fee hut a collection tt
tt will he taken to defray expense, tt
tt n tt t: :: tt tt tt tt tt tt
Till: AML'UICAN hchnoncr Church
ill vent on the marine rallujj this
morning mill heforo leaving there the
vufsel will hu cleaned anil icpalnttd.
The Churchill U expected v. Ill ho
tendj for set on Miindny. Sho goes
to I'uget Sound ill ballast.
The Ametlcnn-IHwallHii ffelRhter
Vlri;lnliui, which arrived from I'll
Rut Sound this moinlug, was to all
Intents and purposes n Hinting
grnnor) In which Mist quantities of
Hour, feed nntl grain wcro Blorcd
during Its tmnslt to the Hawaiian
The Vlrglnlnu nrilved off tho
hnrhor this morning. Owing to n
mistake In the making out of her
health impels, bomo delav was oc
casioned at this end of tho lino in
getting practliiio to the vessel.
The VlrRtnlati hrlngs a larRO
iiinouut of feed stuffs mill other
iiialnhuid roniniodltles totislRtied to
the lluw.illnil Island!!.
The big frolRhter brings carRO
from New Vork via Tchuanlcpec
and Sallna Cruz and nlso picked up
extensive lines of freight at San
I'rantlsco, I'ortlrnd, Seattle and
The steamer met 'villi fair weath
er on the way down t.-om tho Sound,
which accounts for he- arrival at
this poit nt an earlier date.
There Is n shipment of 18,000 sacks
of feed. Other lines Include 2,000
tacks of brnn, 7,000 sacks (lour, 2.
000 hales tiny and (i.000 sacks oats.
Keioscno oil to tho amount of
10,000 cases also arrived hy this
tecbcl, and In addition to this array
of supplies there are 1,010 barrels
of cement, 4JR kegs of white lead,
lfiO kegs of paint and 500 cases of
salmon nnd a big quantity of sun
dries ranging anvvvhcie from cot
ton goods to steel rails
The Virginian will discharge her
cargo for Honolulu nt the railway
wineries, and will then proceed to
Knhulul 'and Kanapali. Tho Vir
ginian will he supplied with n largo
shipment (if sugar, n portion of this
cargo being taken on here nnd tho
leuialnder ut the other regular Is
land ports of call. The steamer will
get nwny soon after the first of tho
ear for Sallna Cruz.
WAS TAKEN SICK
FROM CATCHING COLD
MISS ERNESTINE llOUVARb
Duck Lake, Saskatchewan, Can.,
"At tho clojoof lfKtt I took sick as th
result of catching cold. I became very
weak nnd could not do anything.
"I consulted a doctor, who had m
take Tarlon kinds of medicine, hut 1
did not find any relief from my suffer'
lug. At the advice of a friend, I wrote
to jou ami you ndrUed mo.
"After 1 hud taken two bottles of Pe
runa there was noticeable Improve
ment. I combined the urn of 1'eruua,
Manallnand Lacnplannd utter taking
overal botttcsofcach I find injiulf en
I can certify that It wat through
your medicines that I recovered my
health. I advlss every one who la
similarly aflllctcd to obtain Dr. Hart
man's advice and bo bene filed."
Mrs. Wllda Mooch. It. 1'. 1. No. 1,
Lents, Oregon, U.S. A., writes:
"For the pint four )eurr 1 was a
wretched woman, nurturing with rovere
backaches and other pains, leaving me
so weak and wiary that It was only
wlthdiniciilty that 1 was able to attend
to my huimehcild duties.
" used dlterent remedies, but
found no relief until I bad tried Pe
runa. "Within two weeks there ni a
change for tho better, and iu leas than
three month I was a well and happy
"All the praise U due to Peruna."
Peruna is not a locat remedy, but an
Internal systemic 'cmdy. It will re
lieve cataric to IU moat obstlnaU
The following wholesale druggist
s will supply the retail trade: BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Ha.
CELTIC CHIEF MAY
"Continued from Past 1)
which owned and operated the ves
sel, nnd therefore caused a delay in
the arrangements for supplying the
necessary bonds for the rolejto of
the vessel, now in the custody of tho
United States mnishal.
Tho Celtic Chief continues to oc
cupy a lidrtli nt the llackfcld wharr,
but rederal guards present anything
being done towards removing the
hunched thousand dollniK' worth of
fortlllzer which tho ship took on
hoard at Hamburg On many.
'Iheie will bo no fuithoi cause for
deliij In the discharge of the cargo
following tho 'tiling or the requited
bond, nnd this matter is expected to
receive a satisfactory adjustment In
n few du8, according to the present
calculations of the Interested parties.
Wilbur Kennedy filed papers this
morning In a divorce, suit brought by
him against his wife, Annie. Atlop
ney Strauss 1b appearing for the hus
band, who alleges extreme cruelty on
tho part of the wife.
Mrs. Kennedy Is alleged to have at
tempted In stub her husband and In
other wajs Injure him. Deputy Shir
1(1 Hose looked Into the matter, but u?
far as tho stabbing went, repot ts that
there Is nothing to It.
Kaimuki Land Company, Ltd.
Rooms 37 & 38 Young Bldg.,
Honolulu, T. H.
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd
The following is the standing
of the various contestants at 3 p.
m. Wednesday, the 22nd, for the
Victor Talking Machine
. and Cabinet
1. Mrs. H. H. Williams,
2. Miss Irene Dickson,
3. Miss Irene Ahrens,
4. Henry Burnette, - -
5. Robert K. Clarke, -
IN Tlin CinCUlT COUIIT OF T11U
Klist Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probate. In the
matter of the Estate of Edmund M.
Legros, Deceased. Order of Notice
of Hearing Petition for Administra
tion. On reading and filing the pe
tition of John II. I.egros of Honolu
lu, nllcgtng that Edmund M. I.e
gros of said Honolulu died Intestate
at bald Honolulu on the Cth dav of
November, A. O. 1909, leaving ptop-
erty within the jurisdiction of this
Court necessary tu he administered
upon, nnd pravlng that letters of
rdmtnlstrntlon Issue to htm. It Is
ordered thnt Monday, the 17th day of
January, A. 1). 1910, nt 10 o'clock
a. in., be and hereby Is appointed
for 'healing said petition in the
couit loom of this court In the Judi
ciary llulldlng In the City and Coun
ty of Honolulu, at which time and
place all persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause, If any they
have, why said petition should not
Hy the court.
A. K. KONA,
H8D Dec, 10, 17, 24, 31.
Of Annual meeting- of the First Na
tional Bank of Hawaii at Ho
nolulu. Notice Is hciehy given Hint tho
nnnual meeting of tho stockholders
of The First National Hank of Ha
waii at Honolulu will bo held nt Its
place of business on tho coiner of
Tort nnd King streets In tho City or
Honolulu. Island of Oahu and Terri
tory of Hawaii, on Tuesday, the 11th
clay of, January. 1910, nt :i p. in,
for the purpose of electing dliectorri
for the ensuing J ear and for such
other and further business as may
be brought befora tho stockholders
Dated Honolulu, Dec. "Hi, 1909.
I T. I'KCK.
4480 Dec. 8, 11, 18, 24; Jan. n, 8,
rtobcrt H Dohcrly, n prominent
Methodist, who was one of the found
era of tho Epvvorth League. Is ilo.nl of
pneumonia nt his homo In Jersey City.
Hu was 02 jeirs old.
SUGGESTIONS FOR SATURDAY
Christmas Shopping will end
Saturday. In the meantime you
must decide what you will give
your women friends as a gift. We
suggest something from this list.
Barrettes, Purses, Ribbons,
Perfumes, Sweaters, Toys,
Anno un cement
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 Mes3snRer Service without extra charge.
MAIt AND TELEPHONE ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
W. C. Peacock t Co.. Ltd.
WIN6 AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
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