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News of ffie Town
SEW SHIPMENT OF
Raisins Currants Peel
Atmore's Mimce Meat
Boiled Oidei Apples Oranges
We ha e also received
anotlior lot of thoso lnre
t Tel. 680. Orpheum
The Porter Furniture Co.
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX
Furniture and Upholstery
- Side hoards
Di-vans Cnma Closet
Direct from Eastern Factories
A Cure for Hot Iron Roofs !
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' ' ' f Reduces the twnporature from 15 to 20
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GALL 'AND SEE ITTBACTICALLYDEMONSTBATED -p
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WHite I2nnmclcdhIron Ueds from $7.
. ,WooMaUnsscs, tlie, very .thinsT for 'comfort
nudlyjnlthj'lUis wet w.eathcr, double,
Sir Wire Springs from S3.
Wool Pillows, Feather Pillows, Hair
Pillows, Straw Pillows, Excelsior Pillows.
Meat Safes, Ice Chests. Refrigerato?,
Bookcases, Chiffoniers, Extension Tables,
Baby Carringcs, Baby Chairs, Hatchets,
Wrenches and every description i.f
Hammers, Levels, Pianos, Rules. Files,
Wreuches. - aud , evere.v destriction of
HARDWARE, at Prices that Defy Com-petition.
Circulating Library,' books lent to
wd, 5c per volume.
L. S. Mathews & Son
SO (Into 26) Berctania St.
Between Nuuami aud Fort Streets
STUM IHDRY CO.
WE BEG to inform oar patrons
and the general public that we
have juBt installed New Machiuery
and have also succeeded in securing
more First Class Workmen from
the Coast. Our work in the future
Jwill give better satisfaction than before.
BBdfgtMtfan4ee hotjj!o shriiikthcm
Amo ChifMmeii Employtd.
The Honolulu Republican dollvored
by carrier, 75 cents per montk.
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1'AllNT TllliiM WITH
-: A Large Shipment of :
We guarantee them to be iu first-class
METROPQLiTIN MEAT CO.
STAR DAIRY CO.
OFFICE Koom 1, Magoqn Building,
Corner Merchant and Alakea Sts.
California and Hawaiian CowsXor
Tel oph one MAIN" 391.
Dairy Telephone BLUE 3171.
Hawaiian jaijor Bureau
Will engage laborers
in Hawaiian Islands
Ttltfkllt and will furntsu them
Mlil . to plantations,
23Q viduals, firms or
P. J. I e contract work
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&& Tcnced -a nli reliable
MAROON BDILDIXG, BOOM 415
Merchant Street, Hoxotctc
FINEST AND BEST
Sold in Honolulu
! ' It
r &p ii Islands.
ment 0 , ,
iAT AlVTl ATZTUV
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this date wa will i
u give a discount of
one'third on all class
ical and popular
sheet music, thus
making the price
aslow as can
be found any
where in the
TIE TINMM SPECIE BANK
Subscribed Capital - 1cn 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital - . Yea 18,000,000
BeaerreAXaBd . -Ten S,130,0OO
HEAD OFFICE - - Yokohama
The bank boys and receives
Bills of Exchanges, issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit and transacts
a general hanking business. :
. BrmnTnYc4cobHUi Specie Bank-Wew
BpbUe Building, Honolulu, H.T
Turkeys, chickens, cranberries aaA
Oysters at Salter & Waitys.
Good, serivceabte bicycles for $19
and upwards at E. O. Hall & Sons.
Do not miss the excellent rfianer
at tbe Union GrilL
The naest and most cscfillcct dinner
for ThaaksgiTins Day -Kill bo served
at Lycnrsns Union GrilL
StcII rigs can be bad at fair prices
at the Territory Livery Stables. King
street. Telephone. Main C5.
The December Delineator contains
some excellent holiday suggestion?.
For sale at Mrs. Hanna's, King street.
If you want a nice stuffed turkey,
ready for the .aia ft may be had at aa
hour's notice at Lycurgus Union
Telephone JS2. Hart Co- and
place yoar orders for mince and cranberry
pies. They will deliver gooIs
to part of the city.
Love's Bakery, Xuuanu street, is
prepared to fill orders for mince, cranberry,
squash and fruit pies for
Owinjr to the indisposition of ch
Rev. John TJsborne there will be no.
service in St. Clements Chapel on
Thanksgiving Day. The services on
Sunday will be at the usual hour.
Samuel Kailimai, administrator ol
ie estate of J. Pinao, has reported
no sale of certain Puna property undei
the order heretofore given, alleging
as cause that the price of $2000 wa
Invitations are out for the wedding
reception of Miss Helen Willis and
Mr. Archibald C. Steele, to take place
at the residence of Mr. John A-Scott,
Wainuku, Hilo. Hawaii,, on Saturday
evening. December S.
There is not often a connection between
grammar and drinks, but in Jie
Joaquin Silva inquest the liquor le-
pended on the settlement of a grammatical
construction; And the best
grammarian didn't win.
The store of H. May & Co, Lewis &
Co.. Chas. Hustace, and Salter &
Waity will be closed all day tomorrow.
Thanksgiving, November 20th. Cus
tomers .are requested to place their or
ders ecirly as possible today.
News of the death of the Rev. Thos.
II. Bignell, father of Mrs. G. L. Pear
son, was received by Saturday's steamer.
The deceased was a resident of
Grand Haven, Mich., and was eighty-one
years of age. He was active in e-
From 9 to H a. m. today the band
will play on the Capitol grounds and
this evening there will be a concert by
moonlight in Thomas Square. Fron
S to 9 a. m. tomorrow, Thanksgiving
Day. the band will play on "the Capitol
grounds and in the evening at the
Among the present visitors to Hawaii
is Dr. Egisto Rossi, Italian Commissioner
of Emigration to the United
States, whose office is in New York
City. Dr. Rossi is looking into the
question of Italian immigration into
this Territory. He has been introduc
ed to-Governor Dole by Hon. S. M.
Queen Liliuokalani is making preparations
to leave for a visit to Hilo in
ther Kinau on the. ISth inst, her main
object being to attend, tho big fair
which is now being planned by prominent
Hawaiian ladies of Hilo and this
city to raise funds for the purchase of
an organ for Haili church at the
Mrs. Helen WiPder Craft, wheiflast
heard from was at Clayton, New Mexico,
visiting a former schoolmate Mrs.
E. W. Fox. Clayton is a small place,
only Inhabitants and they mostly
Mexicans. She was about to start out
with her friends to Mrs. Fox's father's
ranch in Oklahoma'where about 30,000
sheep are owned. Her health is reported
Lodge Le Progres de L'Oceanie
No. 124. A. & A. S. Rite. hld its election
of officers last night for the en-,
suing year with the following result:
Warshipful Master, L. de L. Ward,
Senior Warden, W. R. Sims,; Junior
Warden, Wallace R. Farrington;
Treasurer, David Dayton; Secretary,
Edward B. Friel; Orator, Charles H.
Pfieffer; Senior Deacon, Ed. Towse;
Junior Deacon, Louis Asbahr; Tyler.
W. L. Eaton.
King Bros, have been doing some remarkable
work recently. With a new camera,
which they call the "rubber neck,"
which is filled with a very fast lense
and set on a pivot, enabling it to b'
rapidly turned as the lense is exposed
they have succeeded in securing negatives
showing a panoramic view of
Honolulu harborand city. The views
were taken from the top of the new
smojeestack of the electric light works
at the corner of Halekauwila and
streets, the lense taking in an. arc
of a circle of 140 degrees in one-quarter
second exposure. The pictures
obtained are very ciear and distinct so
much so that one would think they
had been taken by a powerful rectilinear
lense in a stationary camera. In
this respect. they show the wonderful
improvements in photography in recent
. . COMBINOLA." A
New this. year. Forty (40) games on
one board.. Hob'day stock .now open.
Come early Wall Nichols Co., Ltd.
How to Treat a Troublesome Corn:
To remove a troublesome corn or- bunion:
First soak the corn or bunion in
vana water to soften it. then pare ft
down as closely as. possible without
drawinR Wood and apply Chamberlain's
Pain Balm twice dally, rubblnz vigor
ously for five .minutes at each applica
tion. A corn plaster should be worn for
a few days to protect it from the shoe.
As a general liniment fer sprains, bruise?,
lameness -and rbeumatka; Pain Balm i?
uuequaled. For sale by Benson, ISmith
& Co, seneral agents, Territory of Hawaii.
THE NEW ENGLAND BAKERY
Is making up an extra line of mince
pumpkin, cranberry- and other- pies for
Thanksgiving.. They are the beatvin
the city; 1C and 25 cents each. Don't
nibs thea. " . " " 4
Efforts Made to Brg4arizc Office f trie
Nicaragua. Canal Cemmisticn.
NEW YORK. Nov. . It was reported
in Washington, says a Herald
speciaL that burglars irao vere after
the forthcoming report of the Walker
isthmian canal commission had entered
the Corcoran building, in -which the
commission has its offices, and had
broken open the desk of Lieutenant
Commander Staunton, secretarv of the
Lieutenant Commander Staunton
said last night that when he tried to
open -his desk a day or two ago he
discovered tisat the lock was broken.
His impression was that it was the
work of burglare. The Incident created
great excitement among the members
of the commission. The report
of the commission is being very closely
safeguarded, and it is said some of
the commissioners are not yet acquainted
with what the report will
The best information obtainable it
Washington is that the commission
certainly by a vote of five to four and
possibly by six to three will
the Xicaragnan route. This is
based upon several inferences as well
33 upon statements from the commissioners
It is said that President McKinley
has received sufficient Information
about the report for use in his message.
The message, if in line with
the rumor, will advocate the adoption
of the Nicaraguan route, the ratification
of the treaty, the
construction of a canal without fortifications
and the adoption of tolls discriminating
in favor of the United
States. Costa Rica and Nicaragua
only so far as coastwise vessels are
concerned, and leaving the canal open
to all the shipping of the world. Final
estimates of the cost of a Nicaraguan
canal have not yet been completed.
The engineers are still working on the
figures. Approximate figures of the
cost of the Nicaraguan canal are
to be about $150,000,000.
The commission will resume its session
in Washington on Thursday and
it is expected to remain at work
throughout the week.
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Tomorrow, Thanksgiving Day, will
be observed at St- Andrew's Cathedral
by a celebration of the Holy Communion
at 6:30 a. m., and a special choral
service, in whic'n both congregations
will unite, at 10:30 a. m. The sermon
will be preached by the Rev. Hamilton
Turkeys, chickens, cranberries and
Orsters at Salter & Waity's.
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& . ELECTRIC CO,, Ltd
MAGOON BUILDrNG, Corner Me
chant and Alake Street.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOL
ERS, BRASS and LEAD CASTINGS,
and Machinery of . every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ship's blacksmithing. Job
work executed on shortest notice.
Our New Stock of
has arrived, including
Sterling Silverware, Etc.
Jewelry, 4D4& Fort Street
Contractors 4 BuiUers
General Business .Agency.
All kinds of laborers sapplies." ,
On hAnd ready to supply. '
Kin Street, EfttrLilihaEw wide.)
A SUPERB LJXE OF
Ladies' Silk Waists
and Silk Peuicoaxs
Thec garments embody the .la lest wlesis; are correct in stvle,
perfect, in finish, to fculies of refined iastc.
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The Life Policiej?
of the Grand Old
2 400 Fort Street. Honolulu, H. I.
Some men wear just what they please; others wear what other men affect
There is a certain style which most men regard :vs proper, and one must be independently
rich or hW'IessIy poor to utterly ignore the dictates of fashion. One
great iwint about our clothing which on slit to appial to every man who would
Ihj well dressed is that it is so well made aud so entirely in accord with the
ri?ht fashion without bein? cost'y.
It has aii the merchant tailor's distinctiveness; is, in fact, tailor-made; but
is much less expensive than the apparel.
The tqp notch of excellence, the low water mark in prices; that's the way
it is in our splendid furnishing department. As typical of values here, wc note
today a strong line of MEN'S SUSPEXDKRS made of excellent elastic webbing
of new designs, with leather-trimmed, cast off or nickel plated mounting
equal in make-up to the usual 75c or $1. 00 kinds.
Price 50cts Per Pair
'XWO STORES, TWO STOCKS.
P. O. Box 558.
9 and 11 Hotel Street and Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
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J -,-4. K-.-- tzi&r ?3&S ffr -C 3 '& -'
- $10 TO $20 each
- $10 TO $18 each
is this design
are just jis unique as this cut. Just think of
a 20 payment life policy guaranteed paid-up
in 15 years, or of a 15 payment policy
teed paid-up in 12 years. Tins guarantee is
backed by $20,000,000 more than the security
given by any other life insurance company.
Policy provides increasing insurauce yearly
i as well as liberal loans and surrender vnluso
either iu wish or paid-up insurance. It provides
also for automatic extended insurance;
iu other words, more insurauce for tbe same
money, or the same iusurance for less mouey
than given by any other company on earth
F o simile policies furnlsLi -n AFr' "
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
if Vou SaySof
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B a tonic stimulant, 3
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old fashioned B
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