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fRANtf Christmas Display
All the Ladies of Honolulu are Cordial
ly Invited to Attend. .
MISS M. E. KILLEAN,
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FOR THE T1LET TABLE
IN CUT STEEL AND JET.
Tu -T or GlovesHaneHwrcJWefs simI Cellars
Fansjand Pincushions in Great Variety
Boom 4, Hit SaHdiii?, Hotel St
THE- DENTAL SPECIALISTS.
Kb More Dread of ths Dental Chair
Teeth extracted and filled absolutely
without pain by oar late scientific
methods. No sleep producing agents
or cocaine. These are the only dental
parlors in Honolulu that have the patent
appliances and ingredients to extract,
fill and apply gold crowns and
porcelain crowns, undetectable from
natural teeth, and warranted for ten
years, without the least particle of
pain. Gold crowns and teeth without
plates, gold fillings and all other dental
worlc done painlessly and by specialists.
..Gold crowns, $5; full set teeth, $5;
bridge work, $5; gold filling, up; silver
Any work that should not prove satisfactory
will be attended to free of
charge any time within 5 years.
" Ve are making a specialty of gold
crowns and bridge work; the most
beautiful, painless and durable of all
dental work known to the profession.
Our name "alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best. We
have a specialist in each department.
Best operators, best gold workmen
and extractors of teeth; in fact all the
staff are inventors of modern dentis
try, we will tell you in advance exactly
what your worK will cost by free
examination. Give us a call and you
will find we do exactly as we advertise.
MEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS
Room 4 Elite Building, Hotel St
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Do you know that ah Endowment
Bond in the Provident
Savings Life .assurance Society
combines protection and investment,
and at the end of twenty
years the principal sum would
be paid to you in cash, with accumulated
profits, and in event
of death' during the premium
paying termTa cash addition to
the principal sum assured, representing
a return of from thirty
to ninety per cent of the
total premiums paid would be
included in the amount then
due and payable to your beneficiary?
I. R. Burns, Resident
Manager.New Magoon building.
The scope committee of the Republican
charter commission met at the
office of George A. Davis this morning
but did no business, adjourning until
more time could be spent on the matter.
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IHESHONOLULU REPUBLICANrTHURSDAY, DECEMBER :ao 190a 'XIXET
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celebrated slippers, in
Durable, Comfortable and flrftractlve
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useful and practicable.
New York Dental
!J PEBSONALS. S
George McDongall has retained
;one in the Manna Loa.
Ocr bread insures good health and
ippeute. Jew England Basery.
Andrew Adams returned by th
A box of Heliotrope, L.& Airicanu.
Havana and the famous La Estrella
Key West cigars, makes a fine Christmas
gift to your gentleman friends.
Honolulu Tobacco Co., Ltd.. corner
Fort and Hotel streets.
Gluten, bread for invalids at New
England Bakery. Phone 74.
The home rule party will make final
arrangements concerning the chartpr
committee on Thursday nighL U 1b
reported that, among the people asked
are S. M. Damon, J. M. f oepoe ana
Be up-to-date and buy your bread
at New England Bakery.
In a short time, Thomas Square will
look no more like its old self than a
man looks like a child. Japanese are
at work tearing up the hibiscus and
croton bushes. The grass will now
have a chance to grow.
How to Cure Croup.
Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Amenia
Duchess county, N. Y., says: "Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is the best
medicine I have ever used. It is a fine
children's remedy for croup and never
fails to cure." When given as soon as
the child becomes hoarse, o reven after
the croup has developed, it. will
prevent the attack. This shouldbe
borne in mind and a bottle of. the
Cough Remedy kept at hand ready, tor
instant use as soon as these symptoms
appear. For sale by Benson, Smith Jt
Co., general' agents for Territory of
-a lock of her hair
that was enough to attract much at-v
ten at the fashionable ballroom. There
were many ladies there, but mome so
eh&raiag. Noae se attractive. Her
hair" tris her beauty. Otfier dresses
asrich,ptheriaces as njettyi other
dancers as perfect, but o other lair
so becomingly dressed; ad the lady
was .thes center, ef attrac.tioH. It is
always so? Before yeugo tJTthe ballroom,
opera or sarty, yeu better see
THE MISSES DE LARTIGUE,
1085 Ala'kea Street, Opp. Y. M. C. A.
WW BE CONTKNT 7X0M BIRTH
'Jlaudice Tuesday to Spreckelsville.
Oar delicious fresh xandies in fancy
"ioxes, 25c and upwards. New Eng-!and
An athletic school will be opened in
this city shortly. G. F. Buchter of
.Portland is in town for that pnrpoac
Our handsome 2 boxes of handmade
candies make elegant Christmas
presents. New England Bakery.
Hereafter all fruits imported from
.he South Sea Islands and Australian
colonies will be strictly forbidden.
Orders received now for Christmas
supplies- at New England Bakery.
The list of the names of ofilcers of
H. Hackfeld &. Co., Ltd, who will
serve during the ensuing year is
in this issue.
Try our mince, pumpkin, custard or
cream pies; they're delicious. New
riri;tTna! srifts for the inmates r
Victoria hospital will be highly accept
cd. They should be sent to the Medi
Elegant artistic wedding cakes decorated
by artists at New Eng. Bakery.
James H. Love, who was the manager
for Janet Waldorf during the engagement
here last year was a passenger
on the Miowera en route to the
Whole wheat, French, rye, twist,
milk or steam bread, every morning
at New England Bakery.
in entire chance of program at the
Orpheum this evening. Saturday afternoon,
matinee. Sunday night, a
sacred concert with reserved seats
We'make our own candies and guarantee
them absolutely pure. New
Wrav Taylor. Commissioner of Agriculture"
and Forestry, renews notice in
.us icio thnt thp importation f
fruits from the South Sea Islands and
Australia is prohibited.
Candies, cheap grades for schools,
to the most expensive, "at New England
Kaahumanu street "was blocked to:
some time yesterday, and vehicle.-,
were forced to go around the block.
A drav was just about to turn the
corner' at Merchant street when the
horses balked. 4
Our cold sliced ham sandwiches
touch the spot. New England Bakery.
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it Is Hinted That George H. William
Is Willing to Assist United States
Marshal Ray Estee Is Reticent.
The revival of the canvass for the
office of deputy United States marshal j
at Hilo Is creating considerable Interest
in official circles. While there are
one or more avowed candidates, none,
of them seem willing to show their
hands to the extent that they want
their names to be known. It is whiskered,
however, that the most likely
candidate at present Is George H. Williams,
and he Is being put forward
as an anti-Andrews man. This interesting
moral phase of the man's political
character is spoken of as an argument
In his favor.
Marshal Ray being asked, it he contemplated
making an appointment.
rsaid he was considering the matter
but had not arrived at a conclusion.
He said that he believed the fees
would be so small as to be very discouraging
to the holder of the office,
should the appointment be decided
upon. The great distance from" the
main office in this city he mentioned
as another circumstance that would
place the appointee at a disadvantage.
An effort has been made to draw
on the influence of Judge Estee to
bring about an appointment, but he
has steadfastly refused to take any
part in a public way. He goes so far
as to refuse to say that the office is
an absolute necessity, butthat is no
libel on what he may think.
The Hawaiian band under the direction
of Captain Berger will render the
following catchy program to-night at
the Hawaiian hotel:
Overture "Medea" Cherubini
Fantasia "Iris" Farrell
Selection "Bohemian Girl" ... Balfe
(a) "Mikioi.' uPuu Ohulu."
Miss I. Keliiaa.
(b) "Like no a Like" "Poli Pumehana
Mrs. N. Alapai.
Medley ''The Crackerjack" ..Markie
Gavotte "Old Tapestry" Bogetti
Waltz "Love's Sweet Songs"
March "The Creole Queen" ... Hall
"The Star Spangled Banner." ..
Among the tens of ...ousands who
have used Chamberlain's Cough
edy for colds and la grippe daring the
past few years, to our knowledge, not
a single case has resulted in pneumonia.
Thos. Whitfield & Co., 240 Wa
bash avenue, Chicago, one of the most
prominent retail druggists in that city,
in speaking of this, says: "We recomr
mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
for la grippe in many cases, as it ant
only gives prompt and complete recovery,
but also counteracts any tendency
of la grippe to result in pneumonia."
For sale by Benson, Smith & Co., general
agents for Territory of Hawaii.
vare many and varied perfume
is one of them its odors -are
many and varied ladies prefer
exquisite odors the kind we
single .bottles duets trios ,
and quartets one twothreeor !
four bottles in a case 1$ 25 to
kodaks are good .Christmas
things that cost II to 35 each
they all take funny or sober
pictures an eastman kodak is
a good thing to give a way to
atomizers are good Christmas
things they are for spray-"
ing perfume on
cents to 51 each
hair brushes are good things
to give to friends' who are-not
we find photo albums are
good things to give away at
Christmas time to all of our.
customers who buy
from us we give away oae
with every kodak that's a
Fort and King
S. Sachs Dry Goods 0.
The Sale of Christmas Goods
HAS COMMENCED IN RE AT, EARNEST,
and bids fair to eclipse
records. Our stock of
Novelties, suitable for Holiday
Gifts, is complete. We have
hundreds of dozens Handkerchiefs
from the ordinary Lawn
Hemstitched to the handsome
Lace Trimmed Effects. We
are also Headquarters for
handsome Neckwear, Gloves
and Ribbons, while our Milli-
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nciy xjxsyixL tin cut 10 mil ui $
Seasonable and Stylish Head-
wear. We are showing the
handsomest line of Ladies' $
Capes ever displayed.
CALL AND INSPECT
OUR IMMENSE STOCK.
JJ. S. Saclis Dry Goods Co.,
- FOIST STEEET.
Ex Mauna Ala' a new shipment of
Piano Box Low Whatl Buggies:
With Folding or Canopy Top
Three different shades Itusstt, Drab and Cream.
We are lelliBg thit
Latest Style Buggy at Coast Prices !
We have All Stylts on Display at onr Repository
1 Q; SGHUJTAN
Merchant Street between Fort and Alakea Street.
Two California Horses for Hack or
Express. One Heavy Dray. used
oaly foer aoaths, Oae Heavy Set of
Harness, will' be sold at reasonable
prices. Apply to H. Campbell. Ala-kea
street, star Fishmarket.