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Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS SOB, SOS, 5t0 STANGENWALR BUILDING.
All ctonr "f EaginerlS Work ottti B6uBiaaUow, Serves
and KeporU made for as ctes of SUam aid
Btaetrfcal Cowstrnctfcw. Panu as Specifications sad Sedaates prepared.
ai CourocUoo SapsrfRt'! la all brawhes of EagiBeerixs
Work. Coatimcte solicited for Railroads, etecuric and steam; Tasneis,
Bridge. BvUdlng. Highways, FooiMlaUoss. Plem, "Wfrarvee, Etc
SPECIAL ATTENTION given tc Examinations, Valuations, and
Reports cf Properties for investment purposes,
FREDERICK J. AMWEG, M. Am. Soc. C. E,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
I In Manoa Valley
Containnm the mot beautiful building sites that
2 can be found adjacent to Honolulu.
X4nMn Wafer fortiori to fesrv Lot.... 3
t; Miioowtt kw. w
P The Rapid Transit Railway t
runs through its center.
A Macadamized and Stone Curbed Streets. . A
FOR SALE'BY THE
I Maud Realty Co, Ltd, I
I fi GYtittSTf.
and Millinery House.
THE LATEST CREATIONS IN GOWNS AND HATS.
fiHILDREN'S DRESSES OF ALL KINDS.
1 FASHIONABLE EUROPEAN NOVELTIES AND GOODS.
.... nnn.inTI f ITTCUnFtl TO
uu ALL UHUtHO rnuninui ..w..
X TWO DEPARTMENTS DRESSMAKING MILLINERY.
HARRY F. DAVISON, - M'g'r
A. A. MONTANA. - - Prop.
The Miss KUlean Store
HOTEL STREET PHONE MAIN 811-
0.1 ks. T.I onhnno
I From pSjii
ffi TERRITORY STiBUS
A MODERN LIVERY, up-to date iu Yry particular, first-class
boardlwg. Rg delivered and eHd for o any part of the city.
S. F. Thomas, Manager.
Wm. J ABNOIiD, Manager.
HAS COJSTArrLY ON HAND A
cuoica UNE OF
Frsh; Live and Refrigerated Poultry,
Butter, Egos. Cheese, Potatoes,
FruUa and Vegetables.
Two 4?llvTie: dally to any place
wjtatu cH limits at S a- m. and 3
. Customers .during to bav tholr
enters dftltvervd arv respectfully
to call and leave the same
rior to tho hoars above named.
.sTeiIpkone Main 379..
oi the Leading Dressmaking
- - -
alpg To Get
Net keep ycur horse
Where the feed Is good, the conditions
sanitary, attention prompt and kind,
and RATES MODERATE.
JAKES 1101K. Pfiplitlir.
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1901.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street-
THE DENTAL SPECIALIST.
No More Dread of the Dental Chair.
Teeth extracted and filled absolutely
without pain by our late scientific
methods. No sleep-producing agents
or cocaine. These are the only dental
parlors in Honolulu that have the pat
ent 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 den
tal work done painlessly and by specialists.
Gold crowns, $5; full set teeth, $5;
bridge work, 5; flold filling, $1 up;
silver fillings, 50c.
NO DANGER at the NEW YORK
DENTAL PARLORS, for EVERY
INSTRUMENT IS THOROUGHLY
STERILIZED and EVERY NAPKIN
Any work that should not prove satisfactory
will be attended to free of
charge any time within 5 years.
TVe are making a specialty of gold
crowns and bridge work; the most
beautiful, painless and durable of all
dental work finown to the profession.
Our name alone -will be a guarantee
that your work will be oi the be- w
have a specialist in each department
Best operators, best gold workmen
and extractors of teeth; in fact, all the
staff are inventors of modern dentistry.
We will tell you in advance exactly
whnt your work will cost by free
examination. Give us a call and you
will find we do exactly as we advertise.
Room 4 Elite Building. Hotel SL
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Office open from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Make appointments for evening.
Lewis & Co.'s Groceries
Always fresh and the essence
, Specially imported for the holiday
Christmas Tree Ornaments.
Excellent Line of Cigars.
Bon Bons in Great Variety.
Stuffed Dates and Prunes.
. Lowney's Chocolates.
' French Novelties in Wafers
Domestic and Imported Raisins.
Almonds, Walnuts, Pecans, Etc.
LEWIS ft Go. bid
240 THREE TELEPHONES 240
M. G. IRWIN I CO., LTO
Wm. G. Irwin.. President & Manager
Clans Spreekels.. First Vice Pesident
W. M. Giffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr...Treas. and Sec'y
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic S. S. Co.
Of San Francisco. CaL
Board, $4.50 per week
Meals, - - -
FINITE IMM FBI lillES.
EVERYTHING NEW, CLEAHasd
Je popular Fe$taurai)t
Settle) Saw:, back of Poe2cr.
Wela Ka Hao Saloon.
,: FINE CIGARS,
Tumble ia eoae day!
Mckenzie & Thompson,
Relative cf Testator Trys to Interest
Roosevelt In Case cf Hawaiian
Estate of Late Charles Brenig cf
This City Wants Case Reopened,
WASHINGTON, Dec &. Mrs. Caro
line Blickle of Allegheny, Pa., has
written to President Roosevelt asking
his assistance ia securing what
is due her from a fortune of
$100,000.00 or more left by an
uncle. Charles Brenig. who went to
Hawaii in 1SS0 under the name of
Simeon Weibert. She alleges that the
will under which Samuel 5L Damon.
formerly a member of President
Dole's cabinet, is made chief
From the above dispatch it would
appear that a new move in one of
Hawaii's famous law cases was to be
made. Brenig came here many years
ago and by his thrift and good fortune
accumulated quite a sum Of money.
Ho died in San Francisco in 1SSS.
leaving an estate valued at about fifty
thousand dollars which was-left to
Samuel M. Damon and E-. P. Adams.
His wife, a native woman, was also
a beneficiarv under the will which
had been drawn up by Sanford B.
Dole, then an attorney.-
After the publication of the will
the probating of the document was
contested by the wife and son on the
grounds that the testator was of unsound
mind at the time of the execution
of the instrument. Tha case
dragged its way through the Hawaiian
courts and was finally decided
against the contestants.
Relatives in the States then entered
a protest against the distribution
of the propertv as-they had been expressly
cut off from any share in the
testator's fortune, and claimed that
he had promised them remembrances.
One of these relatives is the one whft
is now attempting to interest President
Roosevelt in her effort to share
in the estate.
From those who were acquainted
with Brenig when here, it is learned
that Samuel M. Damon and E. P.
Adams were his closest friends and
business advisors and that, through
them, he was able to make the success
he did in the accumulation of
ais competency. That the will was
not a forgery was long ago settled.
he5uni men will
in going year
Great preparations are being made
by the committee having in charge
the Healani celebration for New
Year's Day. In a day or two Invitations,
which are being illustrated bjr
Ralph O. Yard ley, will be Issued and
each member will receive two, which
he will in turn send to his friends.
Besides dancing, which will bo the
feature of the "at home," a musical
entertainment and feast are being arranged.
Starting in the New Year with a
jollification, it will be the aim of the
committee to keep things moving and
make the social life of the club for the
year to come one to be long remembered.
Within a short time plans for
a water carnival, and later a Mardi
Gras ball, will be made and these,
with several smokers and ladles jinks
will be provided for the members and
If the plans of the directors of the,
club do not miscarry the club house
will soon be added to extens.ve'y and
a dancing floor provided that v. ill be
secand to none in the city. It is proposed
to extend the present "building
about twenty feet at the front and
one side by the construction of a spacious
lanai. Bids will soon be called
for the work.
NEWS OF THE TOWN.
Roms to let, cor of Beretania and
Keaumoku streets. - - "
"Buffet," the best beer In town, at
$2.25 a dozen, at Hoffschlaeger Co.'s.
Read the New England Bakery advertisement
for good thftgs for
A notice to privilege holders of lots
in the Catholic Cemetery appears elsewhere
in this Issue.
Salesmen are wanted by the Can-Dex
Manufacturing Co. -of Buffalo,
New York. Seo want column.
Helen's Court, on, Adams' Lane, has
a few pleasant, mosquito proof rooms
for rent Telephone White 3461.
Port. Madeira and Zinrnudel, choicest
qualities, at only to cents per gallon at
Hoffschlaeger Go., LtiL, iiinc, near
Tn another column will be found the
announcement of W. F. Wilson & Co..
plumbers. The firm has long been
established in San Francisco, and is
always in demand there when the
best service is desired. In soliciting
work here they will undobutedly: keep
up to the very high standard for
which thev have secured a reputation
on the Coast.
COUGHS & COLDS IN CHILDREN.
Recommendation of a Well Known
I use and prescribe Chamberlain's
Cou;h Remedy for almost all obstinate,
constricted colds, with direct results. I
prescribe it to children of all sses. Aa
5lad to recommend it to all in seed asd
sekmE relief from, colds and congas sad
bronchial afflictions. It is
and saf in the hands of the
A universal panacea for all
mankind. MRS. MARY R. MELENPT,
M. D- Ph. D Cfalcaxo. HL. U. SL AFwr
sale by all drngjists aad dtaiers. Season.
Smith 4fc Co., agents fer Hawaii.
Call up Phone 21S and jt our figures
on Bookbinding and Rdinc Republican
HERE IT IS!
A Christmas Box
of 1 Dozen
WINES . . .
Assorted as follows:
2 CHAMPAGNE) Pts.
3 RHINE WINE, Qts.
3 FRENCH CLARET, Qts.
1 SHERRY, Qts.
2 VERMOUTH, Pts.
1 PORT or DOM PEDRO, Qts.
All these are well known,
Remember, WE deal only
in strictly Pure and Genuine
HOFFSCHLAEGER CO., Ltd.
The Pioneer Wine & Liquor House
Kin near Bethel.
HotiGiuIii IronWorks Go i
BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS,
BRASS and LEAD CASTINGS,
and Machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ship's "blacksmithlng. Job
work executed on shortest notice.
THM ARE WtWEUSWt km VUME GOOD 0FTS
Japanese Silk Fans
Plain, Painted and
W. O. PEACOCK & CO..
64 Qaoen stret "
HEADQVAKTEIIS for Honolulu Primo Boer tn
bottles and on draught. Always Ira Cold.
We can ele you tho best class of boer tn town
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop
Three new first clafes artists Just
arrived from the CoasL
The Most Modern and Up-to-Date
Shop in Town.
II TIses In
I S. Sack Dry
2 n - b i 4
frndrew Usher 8c Co.'s f
PINEAPPLE SILKS. -
JAPANESE LADIES SILK BAGS.
FANS, HANDPAINTED SILK!
Goods Co, U
NOTICE to shippers.
Shippers are notified that a nefr
freight schedule will go Into effect on
and aftor December IsL 1901.
Information in regard to changes In
lutes can be obtainod at the office of
tho Company, corner Fort and Queen
C. L. WIGHT.
tf Pr teldant.
ffina mi Japan