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MUSICAL FEIST FIKED
FOR CHRlSTWiS DAY
i-WRAY TAYLOR PREPARES TREAT
Choir cf the Second Congregation of
St. Andrevs Cathedral Will Give
an Excellent Program Te Deum
to be Sung by Sixteen VoJces.H
Tfce cbolr oC the Second
of Sc AadreWg Cathedral Is
excellest msical program
It Cbrtetnae Day services at 9:39
'dock a. m. The tervlce will
with a Christmas trio for violin
rgu aad piano, followed by the carol
"It emaae upoe the midnight ale' by
SMtttraa, Out aolo by Mrs. Tenny.
A irawlneot feature will be the Te
Dams by II. M. Dow, to be sting by
sixteen bmIc volcen. It i a fine com-
tocftSoa aad tae gentlemen sing it
Um tenor aoloa being taken by
Mr. Ctiffonl Kimball. The Jubilate Is
y Ck W. Warren and Includes a solo
hy Mrs. Dr. C B. Cooper and a
The anthem is taken from the
dntitk oratorio "The Nativity." a recede
composition by Dr. J. H. Stewart.
It IttgftK with the words. "Thore were
Arthur C "Wall singe the tenor recitative
and Mr. T. C. Davie the bass
sofa. A harp accompaniment runs
through the anthem and it will be
stayed on the piano by Mr. J. Tarn
WeGrew. In add-on to organ
There will be the usual
Wray Taylor, who is drilling the
choir, is conadent that a superb musical
feaat will be ready for Christmas
KICK OVER COAL.
Greta Coal is the Best Steaming Variety
Tee awarding of contracts for the
'supplying of coal to the Honolulu wafer
works has brought about a kick.
Specifications to intending bidders
Bsmod Greta coal as desired. Two
bidders named other kinds of coal in
their sealed tenders.
The latter seem to think that undue
discrimination was used in the matter
of Greta coal. The Greta coal, however,
is considered the best steaming
tea limported to these Islands.
McKinley Memorial Meetings.
There will be a meeting of the Oahu
committee of the McKinley Momorial
Association at the ofllce of Henry
TVaterhouse this afternoon. All
are requested to meet promptlj
it 4 o'clock. The executive committee
today will meet at 2 p. m. in the
office of C M. Cooke, president of the
Hank of Hawaii.
PAYIKS OFF THE
BONDS GOOD FOR CASH JAN. 1STi
Holders of Securities Are Notified of
Forthcoming Payment of Over
One Million Dollars Report of
the Secretary of the Treasury.
The Secretary of the Treasury, in
his annual report, a copy of which
was received by Internal Revenue Collector
R. H. Chamberlain in the last
mail, asserts, that Hawaiian bonds of
the late Republic, which still remain
unpaid, will be paid on and after the
first of the new year.
On the subject of the Hawiian debt
the report has the following to say:
"Pursuant to the appropriation made
by the act of March 3. 1901 (31 Stat.
1152), to carry Into effect the agreement
embodied In the Joint resolution
'To provide for annexing the Hawaiian
Islands to the United States,' approved
July 7, 1S9S, Interest-bearing
bonds of the late Government of Ha
waii, amounting, with accrued interest,
to J2.247.331.15, have been redeemed
by the Department through
the following agencies:
First National Bank of
Hawaii, at Honolulu... $1,199,392.55
United States Assistaut
Treasurer, at San Francisco
United States Assistant
Treasurer at New York 20,092.00
Treasury Department, at
"Since the last annual report certificates
amounting to $263,490.92, issued
by the chief executive of Hawaii
representing deposits made in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank, have
also been redeemed.
"The remainder, of the indebtedness
assumed by the United States unpaid
November 15, 1901. of which the sum
of $9S0,000 is represented by bonds
held in London, not redeemable until
Janury 1, 1902, is as follows:
Outstanding bonds $1,012,600.00
Deposits in Hawiian Postal
Savings Bank 6.SS9.S6
"Xotico has been given to the holders
of these bonds in London that
payment thereof will be made by the
Department on and after January 1,
Band to Play on Heights.
The territorial Band will make a
decided departure in the Saturday afternoon
concert. Tho company pf
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, igor.
I musicians will board the cars of tho j
Pacific Heights Railway, and at the
end of the line will discourse their J
most tuneful melodies. The program
will continue from 2 until 5 o'clock.
ORPHEUM'6 NEW BILL.
Funny Hen Wise to Bring Out His
Those who are looking for a pleasant
evening's entertainment will find
it at the Orpheum tonight where a
complete change of bill will be inaugurated.
Seven new artists will
arrive by the Alameda, and should
they land In time, will appear tonight.
Among the people is the .greatest colored
quartette In America known as
The Sherrar Quartette.
There will also appear for the first
time here Madam Cordelia, who will
wear her famous diamonds valued at
$5,000. and who, with her husband,
Billy McClain. will give an original
burlesque conception of their own.
iiadam Plata and Lawrence Chenault
will sing the prison scene from II
Trovatore which should please those
HELEN' S COURT
ADAM'S LANE. OFF
HOTEL STREET, REAR OF
HBRMAN M. LEXZY
PHONE WHITE 3461.
Hot and Cold Baths at All Hours.
Joseph Hartmann & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Will Sell from Dec. 19tlvto Dec. 31st,
BEER at $1.S5 per dozen.
" at $11 per barrel of 6 dozen.
WINES, at 50c. to $2.00 per gallon,
at $2.50 to $S, in bottles, per
WHISKIES from 2.50 per gallon and
in bottles of $7 per dozen
ALL WHISKIES BOUGHT FROM
THOMPSON BROS.'S DISTILLERY
IN KENTUCKY DIRECT.
Low Prices for the Holidays.
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL ST.
Phone 219. -
whose . taste craves for the better
class of music
The clever little sketch team, Davis
aad De Hearde. have something new
with which they expect to repeat their
former success. The closing farce
will be "Dewey from Manila." which
has been re-written by Hen Wise.
There is also the great Hogan. ,
The management announces another
matinee on Saturday for the little
Designing; and Gilding.
Advertising; a Specialty.
Office and Workshop:
1170 UNION STREET.
Just the Thin
gmm umpiumi nil
SEEDED RAISINS, in Packages.
ORANGE, LEMON . CITRON PEEL
SANTA CLAUS MINCE MEAT
CHUTNEY... PICKLES. JAMS.
GROCER. ORPHEUM BLOCK.
Phone Blue 681.
SNOW FLAKE OYSTERS.
SNOW FLAKE TOMATOES.
SNOW FLAKE ASPARAGUS.
SNOW FLAKE SALMON.
SNOW FLAKE CORN.
MELROSE SLICED PEACHES.
MELROSE SLICED PEAS.
MACARONI AND CHEESE.
J. E. GOEAS.
PHONE BLUE 2312.
Cor. BERETANIA and EMMA STS.
mm h and a
("THE QUEEN" 03? TABLE WATERS")
Served at state dinners at the White House.
Used by Royalty; and the reigning Princes throughout
A beverage fit for "the gods" and "within the reach of
BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTIONS.
For Sale by MJCFARLM & CO.. Ltd.. Honolulu.
91 lCrXG STXtEJST.
General Line Cutlery
NjEATIZ" and promptly executed by the
EOBERT GRIEVE PUBLISHING CO., Ltd.
Mandolins, Banjos and G
"We carry the Washburn, Martin and
ClAtttfld AJrertUewienU in tkit ccJo
viU he inserted at 10 arnU s li4 first
fcwrrtw 5 cei a line tcod
25 centt per tine per tc&; 35
orr per line rice tcctJtt, tndfiQ cent
per Kae per ntesi&.
WANTED To , tome tine whit Dia-Bond
ring; rIso bb opal rlnxs;
price. Wateh repaired oa
1 r.0' Dibtt watchmaker aad
Fort st, iar Hotel, ia Prwcott'a
WANTED OirU to do laundry worr.
Apply Sanitary Steam Laundry,
aad Soaia street.
MALE HELP WANTED.
SALESMEN WANTED Bff nt
or commission paid to sell v'
goods, by sample, waolosale or :
tall. Address, enclosing 3c for :
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TO JET Newly furnished dot
parlors: also rooms. Beretaala t
TO LET Largs double
room and board; suitable far
two gentlemen; etectrte lights, f U
phone, all modern Improvement
P. O. Box 34, Honolulu.
FOR RENT An elsht room cottars
on Young- streoL Apply J. A, Mi
goon, iTagoon building.
() story two? at
Kekaulike-Pa on lounc Ktrcvt. couta.i
lag 2 bedrooms upstairs, and 2 M
rooms, 1 double room, parlor,
room, kitchen, bath room aad paUat
water ckM!t down a lairs.
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES ON the
pn?mLw of the Sanitary Steam Lar
dry Co Ltd.. Mansion aad Soath
streets. The cottages contain 4 room,
kitchen and bath room. No extra
charge for hot and cokl water at
electric HphLs. Rent rstisoaaWe. Apply
on the premises to J. Usatov.
FOR SALE The furniture of a
cottage, with prlvlloge of n n
Ing house. Apply at 317 Peck ave
IMPORTER AND DEALER !
ami General Merchant "r
JAPANESE LIQUOR, direct frcn
J Sole Agent for RYOKO MASAMUNE
i ' King Street
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Guitars Strings will be found in our stock.
j&ii tne latest Uiassic and
popular Music always on
Phono Main s
isrith the new improved Victor Recordst
. Nothing better for Christmas Gift. '
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