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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THTRSDW, JUCl'YRY - ITO
THE HONOLULU RBPDBLIGAH
PaMished Every Moralag Except Mon
day by the Robert Grieve ra&
HahJas Company. Halted.
Besne OJce Mam 218.
Editorial Rooms Main 123.
Washington Bureau Post Building.
Kutered at the Post Office at Koao
lhi, H. T., as aecoad-clafcc malt.
Per Month, by Carrier $ .14) I
Qae Year, by Mail 5.50 '
Six Months, by Mall 3.M I
Three Months, by Mail or Carrier 1.50
HONOLULU, H. T., JAN. 9, 1902
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
It is seldom that such a handsome
offer is made to any body of business
wen as that which emanated yester
day from the mm of Hackfeld and
Company to the Chamber of Com
merce of Honolulu. This body is now
assured of the tn& use of convenient
nd well equipped offices for. as Mr.
Xasttberg put it. "as long as the bund
les stands." That means indefinitely.
for such a block as the Hack f eld house
lias just constructed will be a land-
raark in Honolulu in perpetiiam. un-(
leas same unforeseen eerthnuake or,
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tidal wave honLri obliterate th- Hi v. ,
Having no occasion to worry about
rent, the Chamber can devote all its
fforts and energies to the expansion
rind upbuilding of Hawaii's commerce.
md making the port of Honolulu more
attractive to shipping. Very properly.
'ha attention of the Chamber might
forcibly directed to what is Con- Weedon. "I have been intimately as-; After several years ill fortune com
irresBioually known as "The Improve-, sociated with the porsous who have pelled a suspension and Mr. Payne
meat of Rivers and Harbors." While ruled the island. In snite of all that went into politics. He became post-
i- is true that we have no navigable
r.rers in the Territory, there are sev-'
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m mlrht lw imnrnvott an.) l.otfpr
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protected by breakwatei-s or some lessi
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Honolulu harbor is a matter that
r.ghtly comes within the province of
oueress Instead of the Territory, and
i he deepening of the channel at this
iKrt would be appreciated by all ship
masters and shipowners.
Another matter to which the Cham
ber of Commerce might very properly
ilrect Its attention la to the question
f light houses. Mor of these could
ie placed to avaittage on the islands.
specially on Molokal. It might )h
worth while to invite suggestions i
fw residents on the other islands
aad from the captains of vessels in
toe Inter-island trade, the Chaiulter,
making its recommendations to Con-'
press after carefully investigating the
ideas submitted. It is better to take1
action now than to wait until work'
has been commenced uikhi the con
struction of the isthmian canal, when ;
there is bound to be a considerably,
increased movement of shipping in
Congress will appreciate the import-'
aiice of auch work here, with the de
velopment of the trade of the United ,
States to the Orient and. while it may
he too late to secure any appropria-i
Uon during the present session, facts j
aad arguments cau be prepared to'
support' a Just claim. As the Rivers
and Harbors bill is generally put;
through with a rush at the cud of the
session, something may even be dono
within the next few months If the
Chamber of Commerce acts promptly
fa the matter.
LABOR AND PROSPERITY.
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The workluKman of today who does ,
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ate owa thinking has had the proof ,
)reated to him that it is to his best,
latweats to stand by the platroriu and ;
priaciphw of the Republican party. '
The fact that there have been strikes
during this period of prosperity no ;
dbubt affords a great opportunity for (
calamity howling, but the Democrats;
always fail to point out that trikes '
ariac a Republican
ar tor more wages, aad that strikes ,
it.riM- norrtlr Administration 1 1 s Aid Society, framed the docu-
rLo tiS thTtta M"al aad oW " for SW-
SM against v wages, ana tnat ia- ...
aor theu ia variably loses. The Amer-.
tea waite-earner wants the
yood times aad prosperity to continue ,
laaeduitely. aad he will not throw his'
jwo iniag away ror uy iMWHa- oi
premises, which oaly means a disturb
ance of their Industrial conditions,
with lefes work, low or wages, idleness,
soap-bouses, free broadband the poor
Wages paid la tho United States are
from two to four times greater than
the wages paid to the corresponding
capg of labor In tha free-trade coun-
trias of the world. The purchasing
nnu-.. f ,iii,' imnPf ' ni: I
power ot a uonar m Anaraa i. ww
corrospondlugly greater. Admitted
tb3t routs and the price of native pro
ducts may be cheaper la foreign
countries than they are here, this dif
ference is nothing like the wide dis
parity in the amount of wages earned.
Moreover, the condition of livfag must:
be considered, as well as the nominal
cost. Cheap reals and cheap prices
mean Inferior accommodations and
poorer living. To the average work -
. er ia foreign countries, most of the
comfort aad coavealeaces that are in
coa,,BOB 'e "J- American wage-'
! earaer are positive luxuries. The
i ' - a1m., t kle fimllf'
AliKIKU UlHUill l M .-
' are the begt-educated. the best-dress-!
best-boueed, aad ia every way
y best-situated workers la the world.
.The Amerlcaa wageearner is aiwaya
, the most sKimni wotkhwb- nrs ou-
ies aad YespoasHHUties are pnvHegss
possessed by no other laborers, and-
to his intelligence aad achievements
are largely due the fact that the
(Jolted States is today the envy of the '
LIFE IN HAWAIIAN ISLES.
Walter C. Wecdon Lectures at the j
Y. M. C. A. in Omaha,
Walter C. Weedon of Honolulu
lectured to a large crowd at the standard Oil Company. Is there yet J "AORANGI." due to sail for the Col
Young Men's Christian Association remaining an antagonist of the trusts ' onies on the ISth inst.. must apply
audltorium in Omaha on "Hawaii, who has not crossed over into their for passage by the former boat not
the Paradise of the Pacific. Mr.
Weedon's lecture was beautifully il-,
tuetrated bv stereooticon views of
points of Interest In the Sanawicn
By means of maps showing the lo-
cation of the islands, as compared J
with all ports of importance in the
Pacific. Mr. Weedon showed that Ho-1
nolulu is the key to Oriental trade
and stated that the United States j
could far better spare one of its j
states than give up the little island
of Hawaii. He declared that the isl-
possessions 01 me unueu
OUAn !--.-- tn Annr- nlimlta t Tl v Vl f I
OVBiC " ",e "--
world and stated that in seven years
residence in Honolulu he had never master General, began his business
known the thermometer to rise about I career as a clerk in the dry goods i
S3 ileerees ami had never known it . store of Sherwin, Nowall & Pratt of !
tQ fa1 be,ow -6 flegrees
..j nave jIved un(lcr seven different
governments in Honolulu." said Mr. j
has been said of Mr. Dole. I desire master of Milwaukee and subsequent-1
to state mo.t emphatically that he, '' obtained control of the street car
has been the islands' greatest bene-,a" electric light franchises, out of
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unTiir iia ia n Thnrnntrh Amnr fan
cioi. lie is a uiuiuiign iueii:u
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Rnd a ,f ootl officer"
I" discussing the
politics of the j
islands Mr. Weedon explained that
tJere are three parties-repnbllcan.
deniocraUc anil bonie rule. At the
recent eiection the home rulo party
rss in the majority.
"In a year Honolulu has grown
from a city of 39.000 to a city of
45.000 nennle." snlil the sneaker.
"The increase of population through -
out the islands has been nearly 42
per cent. No other city or terri
tory can show such a tremendous
growth. And yet the islands have
only begun to develop."
NOTES ABOUT WOMEN.
Sinrock Mary, who is called the
"Reindeer Queen of Alaska." received
the name from owning the largest
herd of reindeer. 500 in number, in
Elizabeth Cady Stanton celebrated
her eighty-sixth birthday at her son's
residence in NevYork a short time
ago. Mrs. Stanton told her friends
that she was never in better health
Miss Alverda M. Stout of Colum
bus. O.. who. although but IS years
of age. is a mechanical engineer and
among the most competent members
of the craft.
Mrs. Ole Bull, wife of the celebrat
ed violinist, lives in Cambridge.
Mass. Sho has presented the instru
ment used by her 'husband to the
musoum at Bergen. It was made in
1582 by Casparo di Salo.
The Empress of Germany aas the
finest pearl necklaco in existence. It
contains three world famous neck-
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kicos, one of which formerly belong-
to ex.Qeea of Napes and
3notaer aaorned the lmage of the
YrKin of Atakh:u The entire neck.
wce Js saju to be wortn 5500,000.
. There appears to be nothing ob-'
jectionable In the method of raising!
a check adopted by a Washington
lady, who upon receiving a chock for '
S1 from Prosldnt noospvnlt fnr the !
oasaar ot tne ewsooys ami ontia-;
..."p Z:L -Z VZV
ut .. am.vu " .? .v wnv ..."
Terry's place in Sir Henry Irving's
.. her h,v5n h ' eRiraced
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to paj. jjarRuerite in the Irsing spe-j"
clal revival of "Faust
next year. Miss terry
save in this
tinue.xas heretofore, the English
tor's chief support. .
Miss Alice Roosevelt, eldest daugh-;
ter of the President, is at the home I
of her grandfather. G. C Lee, at I
Brookline. Mass. Some part of each!
- vear Miss Roosevelt has spent with
w grandparents, and she loves toi
visit the places that her mother was
fond of when a girl. A little way
beyond the Lee estate s situated the
small wooden Unitarian church,
where her mother was married to
IZIZ 'o.? nibl lS will n-' wrklipBaa tl HackKld buUd- Hoaolsta. In Liber 196. on paEe, !63 JUO.X
and some other light roles, will con-. i a ?e, th TT,nrtsns0fk intones to Curtains.
The American people are notorious
ly forgetful of the misdeeds of iaea
;,, bave .eted public trusts for
, personal aggrandizement. They do
j not cherish resentment after they
have administered chastieeaient.
A aatioaal Democratic committee-
I8 af "fjf affort
change its netioaai platform every
minute. Perhaps not .but when lt
,t fe good p, to
reQa5lract u of the sara aimsy
aaterial. Boston Transcript,
Lots of news these days. With the
Supreme Coert grinding oat deci
sions. Congress in session and the
chief apostle of the strenuous life
in the White House none can ccm
plain that "nothing's doing." Port
And Salzer, too! This dauntless, Notice is hereby given that intend
foe of the trusts has now become ( inS passengers per Steamship "MO-vioe-nresident
nf the Sahine Oil pom-' ANA." due to sail for Vancouver on
panv wnich is in cahoots with the
j -jand of pure delight, where oil and
honey flow." Louisville Courier
Convicts in Sing Sing prison enjoy
ed a sweet morsel of revenge the oth-:
er day, when George Bisselt, the'
New York policeman sentenced for
extortion, arrived there to serve his
time. As he was led to his cell the
other prisoners jeered lustily, for
they had all learned of his coming.
borne particularly jubilant yells were;Leri ere elected tor the ensuing
uttered by the fellows whom Bissert i
au neiyeu 10 sirred buus
Henry C. Payne, the new Post-
Milwaukee. When the firm dissolv- j
e" he became a member of the com-!
Pan that succeeded to its business.!
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uuv-u lie iiua uiaue a iui Liiiit:.
A century from now, when the his!
tory of-events in China within the
last two years shall have been writ
tan in judicial fashion, the record '
of Christendom will not be a bright (
one. In the lime light of the pres
ent it seems as if the United States,
from a humanity viewpoint, deserves
about all the credit there is attaching
'0 the slesed settlement of disputes
in me riowery Kinguom. Will this
settlement hold through the next Ius-
trum? Doubtful, very. Minneapolis
The New York Times says many '
persons living have witnessed the,
whole development of the world's
railway system from a few miles of
strap hail over which cars were
drawn by horses. According to the
latest statistics, 'there are 46C.539 !
miles of operated tracks, carrying 3.- j
3SO.000.000 passengers a year, mov
ing 192.000.000 tons of freight and,
showing gross earnings of $3,155.000,-
000 against expenditures of $1.SC5,-
000.000. The network of rails likely i
to cover the earth a century hence j
is too big a subject even for the ima- j
The projected naval station in the
Philippines will cost at least ?30,000.
000. according to the estimates sub-'
mitted by Rear Admiral Henry C.
layior, united States navy, in his
late report, as president of a special !
board appointed to consider this pro-
iM r. .,.,: 00 1 '
ject. The station, says Engineer-,
eering. News, "would have to be
equipped with dry docks, machine,
1 shops and all the plant necessary not
only for overhauling ships, but for
building new warships. Defenses are '
also included against sea attack
t, ieio a .I, , ,. auath"
The isolated position of such a sta-
mm ueuiiiiius mucn special provision 1
for storage of material, housing of
workmen, hnsnitnls r-n;iin.tnt;nn 1
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ROBBERIES STILL CONTINUE.
Burglars Make Attempt at Places of
Parb and Emmeluth.
ue utus.1 quuium oi ""'!.""
were not absent Tuesday night One
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P,3Ce n tbe PlalDS 3fter mldnht'
h,,t Ks srorfd nff hv Paris ivhn sal
lied forth with a gun.
Another burglary was attempted at
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store on King street
where the burglar entered by smash-,
- a JJ r-js. A
a "1UUU uut u,u UK-" -''-l"- i".-
Finallv a native stole a watch from :
ac-!ins: "e ...-?,. ?. I
an1 was cauKa5- tne P"ce iaxer in;
the day. (
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Admist-ttor of the Estate!
of Alonzo Kalua Kuhia, deceased. late .
of Honolulu, Oahu, notice Is hereby
given to all persons having claims
again, said-Estate to present them,
duly authenticated, to the undersign-
ed within sir months from date here-
of or they will be forever barred
COMMENT ani a11 Persons indebted to the said Avenue. Honolulu, aforesaid, and corn
Estate are requested to make fame- prising:
diate payment to ne at Honolulu.
Oesn. or to X. Fernandez. Esq-, at
" f!f - Merchant street.
Admiaistrator Estate of Aioaze Kalua
December 23. ISffl.
.ce the Depot Quartermaster
L. &. A. Honolulu. H. T.. December
31, ISul. There will be sold at public
auction on Saturday. January 11.
1902. in front of the Quartermaster's
Store boose, beginning at 10 a. m..
15 mules. Terms: Cash in U. S.
funds. For further particulars ad
dress GEO. Mc. K. WILLIAMSON.
Capt. Q. M. U. S. A. Depot M M.
ine l5ln lnst- aiJd Per Steamship
iaier xnan -woaaay, tne btn tnst.. ana
' for the latter not later than Thurs -
I da. tne Sth inst. "
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THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
At a meeting of tne See Yup Be-
nevolent Society, the following offi-
Chu Gem President.
Lam Tai Vice President.
Chung Leong.. English Secretary.
Chang Tong Changl
Woo Wan Treasurer.
L. Dan Yen Auditor.
1 he German Savings and Loan So-'
i-JCLj, o.X) Lauiornia Street. For the
half year ending with December 31st.
J1- a di viuend has been declared at'
..ratLor11tll.ree ?er cent per
uuuuui on an deposits, free of taxes.
uan- ' 190" Thursday, Jan-
GFOnnV tofbyv jB.Mt
a.. . - :
California Safe Deposit and Trust
Company, corner California and Mont
gomery streets. For the six months
ending December 31, 1901, dividends
uae own ueciareu on deposits in the
Sayings Department of this Company.
as' follows: On Term Deposits, at the
rate oi a t-iu per cent per annum, and
on Ordinary deposits vit the rate of
o per cent per annum, free of taxes,
and payable on and after Thursday,
January 2. 1902. Dividends uncalled
for are added to the principal and
bear the same rate of dividend as the
principal from and after January 1.
J. DALZELL BROWN. Manager.
THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
CIRCUIT COURT. TERRITORY
AT CHAMBERS. IN PROBATE.
In the matter of the Estate of Alex
ander Chisholm, late of Hono
On reading and filing the Petition
and Accounts of the Administrator of
the Estate of said deceased, wherein
it asks that its accounts may be ex
amined and approved, and that a
final order be made of distribution of
the property remaining in its hands
to. the Dersons thereto entitled, and
"'"-rV L L C? . re"
sponsibihty as such Administrator,
It is ordered, that Mondav. the
10th day of February, A. D. 1902, at
ten o'clock a. m., at the Court Room
of the said Court at Honolulu, Island
Oahu, be and the same hereby is
appointed, as the time and place for
''T'JLVT PetiUon .and Accounts.
aud that all persons interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, if anv thev have, why the
same should not be" granted, and may 1
Dresent evidence as to trim am en.
titled to the said property.
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Honolulu. Dec 30th, 1901.
By the Court:
Jan. 3, 10. 17, 24.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND
OF SALE. .
N'oUce is hereby given that pursuant
to the nowers of sale ronf.ilnprt In that
certain mortgage dated October 30th, '
1S99. made by Cecelia N. Arnold of
UnnnliiTi. Tr!na.3 A? Ant... m
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nunuiuiu. isiann or i mrm. i flmrnrr nr
Hawaii, as mortgagor, to C Bosse. ,
formerIV of Hnnoiuin ' ar0r.-,saH. hnt'
now or san Francisca State of Calif-
ornia. as mortgagee, and recorded in
the Registry of Conveyances In said
foreclose the said mortsaze for con-
diUoa broken, to wit: the non-pay-
ment of lQe nterc5t on snm of ,
Twenty - five Hundred Dollars ($2500)
the principal sum secured by said
mortgage when due.
Vrfl le Ut-OTrtca piran t,if io
aroDertT conveved by the said mort-
ge wiil be sold at Public Auction at
the aucUon rooms of James F. Mor -
gaa. Auctioneer. Queen St, Honolulu. ,
on SATURDAY the 18th day of Jan-,
"ft' g mort. j
gage coasIsts f all that pIece or par. j
ce! of a nated on the Waikiki 1
sjae of Haklkl Street near VHderl
AJi that piece or parcel ot lana cotv-
talning aa area of forty-two bundreths
(42-101 of aa acre sitaate at MakikL
KoaolaIu. aforesaid, and being the
piece or parcel of land described In
Royai Patent 3SH. Land Commission
Award 1101 S to Wahiae,
Together with all buildings, im
provements, rights, easements, prlv-
j lieges and appurtenances thereunto
Terms Cash. United States Gold
coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
For tanner particulars appiy io
HOLMES & STANLEY,
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu. December 23, 1901.
Bv his attornev in fact.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE MORT
GAGE, AND OF SALE.
In accordance with a power of sale
contained in that certain mortgage
made by the Waikiki Beach Company,
Limited, a corporation duly existing
under the laws of the Territory of
Hawaii, to F. Wundenberg. Trustee,
dated October 15th. 1901, recorded in
the'Register Office, Oahu. in Liber ..
page . ., notice is nereoy given tnat
the said Mortgagee intends to fore-
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, ciose sa5d mortgage for condition
1 broken, to wit, the non-payment of
J Four Hundred Dollars on the 10th
! day of November, A. D. 1901, and upon
said foreclosure will sell at public
auction at the Auction Rooms ot
James F. Morgan. Queen street. Ho
nolulu, on Monday, the 13th day of
January. A. D. 1902, at 12 o'clock M
of said day, the indentures of lease
and premises thereby demised, to
gether with all improvements thereon
described in said mortgage as below
pecified; and also all of the house
hold, kitchen and bar furniture,
Toods. chattels and effects of what
ever kind or nature upon the premises
known as and called Waikiki Inn.
Further particulars can be had of
J. Alfred Magoon. Attornoy-at-Law.
Magoon Block, corner Alakea and
Merchant streets, Honolulu. j
F. WUNDENBERG. Trustee.
i The property covered by said mort-
gage is the entire property and busi-'
ness known as the Waikiki Inn, situ-
ntf nnrl parripil on nf Walk-Il-l. TsTnnil I
of Oahu. and is particularly- describ-,
ed as folio s:
First That certain indenture of
loncn mn.i r,, t,.- -ivii,.
G. F. Bulen, dated Febmary 27th.
?.S.9?:.f a parceI of lanti sit"ate at
,x.v ium; wii. muiuao i.ii(. iu
waiiiiKi. Honolulu, island of Oahu.
Territory of Hawaii, and bounded and
described as follows, to wit:
or srsras tss
jf Lot A. and running S. 52 E.
along road; S. 37 W. 133.fi
feet along Lot C; X.' si'oO" W. Si feet
along beach; thence X. 37 E. T32.S
feet along Lot A to starting noint.
containing an area of 11111.5 square
feet. Said indenture of lease from
said Thomas Wright to the said G.
Ft Bulon is dulv recorded in Liber
197. pages 376-3S0. and was duly as
signed to the said Mortgagor by bill
of sale of the said G. F. Bulen. dated ,
October 4th. 1S99. and recorded in
Liber 193, page 432.
Second That certain indenture ot
lease made by Edward C. Rowe to
Anna Klemme. dated February 2Sth.
1S99, of a parcel of land situate at
Waikiki, Honolulu, and bounded and
described as follows, to wit:
Lot A. Commencing at the north
corner of this lot adjoining a lot be
longing to lessor and running S 52
E. S4 feet along road; S. 37 W. 132.S
feet along Lot B; N. 31 50' W. SI feet
along beach; N. 37 E. 132 feet along
lot belonging to lessor to starting
point, containing an area of 1107f
square feet. Said indenture of lease
from said Edward C. Rowe to said
Anna Klemme is duly recorded in
Liber 1S5. page 432. and was convey
ed to said G. F. Bulen by assignment
of lease, dated April 4th, 1SS9, and
recorded in Liber 1S3. page 425. andj
uy sam u. t. uuien assigned to the
said Mortgagor by bill of sale dated
October 4th. 1S99, recorded in Liber
193, page 432.
Also the furniture, .goods, chattels
and effects of the said Inn chiefly
described as follows:
Ice Box. 2.
Table, Extension, 1
Billiard Table. 1.
Musix Box, 1.
Box Lounge Mat
Lounge, Rattan 1.
Glass Mirror, 1.
Washing Table, 1.
Safe. Office. 1.
Cash Register. 1.
Toilet Sets, 21.
Rocking chairs. 31. Cooking Range. 1.
Arm Chairs. 23. Ten Cups, 35.
Flower Pot 1.
Cane Lounge, 1.
Bamboo Rug. 1.
Coffee Cups. 63.
Egg Cups. 11.
Oyster Dishes. C.
Glass Tumblers. 9.
Dinner Plates. 33.
Break. Plates. 79.
Bread. Plates. SI.
Veg. Dishes. 21.
Fruit Dishes. 7.
Oyster Shells, 36.
Wash Bcwl. l.
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S1P PS,S- --
PHow Cases. 119. Giass Goblets. 102.
Towels. 2S0. Wine and Cham-
Curtains. 43. Glass Nut Dishes.
Curtains. 29 prs. 11.
Mosquito Nets. 20. Glass Sag. Bowls.
Blankets. 22. 22.
Pictures. 21. Glass Mnegar Bot-
Cot. 1. ties. 24.
Piano and Stool, l. Nut Crackers. 13.
hatnOtS. 2. Salti; r PpniMifS S
Table Covers, 61. Peppers. 50.
, Vases. 3. Trays. 5.
'Lamp Bracket. 1. Plated Forks. 150
Lamps. Knives. 164.
Sofas 3. Spoons 25L
$& 74. lou? Pe?'
Bathing Suits, 326. Veg. Dishes. 13?
"&. Dining. 19. Butter Dlshea. 59.
lobbing Promptly Attended to
Sjuen Chang Go.
Manufacturers of All Kinds ot
Large Importers of
Flour, Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
120 KING STREET.
Box 972. Phone. White 801.
; Ernest Hogan's Funny Folks
JANUARY 8th. 1902.
Musical Farce Comedy
"I Coiotiyjooo" lDm
Staged by Ernest Hogan with
- Entire Company of 30
People in the Cast.
NEW SONGS ,
Wm j? WiivAn To
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The leading Plumbers of San Fran-
cisco. have decided to locate a per-
manent establishment in Honolulu.
This will give the residents of this
city an opportunity of having their
plumbing done at reasonable rates by
the most skilfull mechanics In the
OFFICE AND SHOP AT THE
Alexander Young Bufc
(Successor to CHAS. SEYDONE.)
Designing and Gilding.
Advertising: a Specialty.
Office and Workshop:
1170 UNION STREET.
The Pa cific Hardware Co., Ltd
&. SbipisrL'c of
Keep one at your bed- o
side and throw light
on the burglar when
he comes for vour
silver dollarsand wed- g
ding presents. P
He Hollister Drue Co.,
Is loaded up with Good Things
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
like your Mother used
Cookies. Macaroons, Lady F1agsr!,
Cream Puffs and ail the dainty styles
suitable for Christmas.
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for children up
to better grades for 56 cants. We
can furnish you a box of delicious
candle worth a dollar elsewhere
J. OSWALD LTJTTED,
PHONE 74. MANAGER.
9HLS0 SOME MORE
i fficliiffan Stoves
AND ANOTHER INVOICE of ..
AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL.