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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, 'JANUARY ir, 1902
F. H. Redward
Contractor and Builder
42 Punchbowl Street.
Telephone BLUE 1701.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
Telephone "White SOL :
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
OSco and 8hop:
1 Beretania. Near Alapai
SEWER WORK A SPECIALTY
KEEP YOUR HORSE
Where the feed is good, the con
ditions sanitary, attention kind
and prompt, and
I James Brown, Proprietor
Wm. J. AKNOLD, Manager.
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A
CHOICE LINE OF
Fish; Live and Refrigerated Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Potatoes,
Fruits and VeycUble.
Two deliveries daily to ary place
within city limits at 9 a. m. and 3
Customers desiring to have their
orders delivered are respectfully re
quested to call and leave the same '
prior to tho hours above named.
.Telephone Miin 379.. i
IOE .'. ICE
Delivered to all parts of
. Oahu iGe &
Phone 3151 Bluo
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE LAST
ALL IMPORTED GOODS of
, stylish fashions. Don't
? Saturday, Jan. 11th.
I A. A. MONTANO, Prop.
! H. F. DAVISON, Mor.
Phone Main oil.
THE TERRIWT STABffi
A MODERN LIVERY, op-to-date In every particular, first-class
boarding. Rigs delivered and called for in any part of the city.
S. F. Tfionias, Manager. S
Room fi. Elite Building, Hotel Street
THE OEKTAU SPECIALISTS,
No More Dread of the Dental Chair.
Teeth extracted and filled absolutely
i without pain by our late sdinnflc
i methods. No sleep-producing agents J
1 or cocaine. These are the only dental ,
parlors in Honolulu that have the pat-,'
I ent appliances and Ingredients to ex-'
tract, fill and apply gold crowns and
porcelain crowns, undetectable from:
natitrsl tfiotK an.l -nraraTtfo fnf PT
."7 ' ,. , , ,
years, without the least -particle
.uu. u.u uuuo bu i" """"iTTl Mn,nt.nlnn
plates, gold filling: and all other den
tal work done painlessly and by spe
cialists. Gold crowns, $5; full set teeth, $5;
bridge work, S5; gold filling, fl up;
silver fillings, 50c.
Any work that should not prove sat
isfactory will be attended to free of
charge any time within 5 years.
Wre are making a specialty ol 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 besL We
have a sDeclalist in each department, I
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 ex
actlv what your work will cost by free
LSI 1 I Y iUiifc'
examination. Give us a call and you Sunday as follows: 10 a- in.. Sunday parors. cordial invitation is ex
will find we ''o exactly as we adver- school, 11 a. m.. Public worship and ! .,., .'
NEW YORK DE
Room 4 Elite Building, Hotel SL
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Office open from is. m. to 6 p. m.
Make appointments for evening
Wela Ka Hao Saloon.
Tumble In some day!
McKENZIE & THOMPSON, Prop's.
the very latest and most
forget, it will close on
P. 0. Box 57
g?&3 lo Get
rpjT P nTTTTi HT1 PO Portuguese Protestant Church. Wailnkn Sugar Co. ...
I lib iHljllliJtO; Re--A- V. Soares. pastor. Sunday, Wafcawlo Sugar Co-
I services, ll and 7:30; Sunday school.' MISCELLANEOUS.
THIRD StJKDIY AFTER CHRISTMAS
SERMONS ANDPUBLIC SERVICES
AT ALL CHURCHES IN
Concert at Murphy Club Hall Meet-
ing of Cathahc Benevolent Un.cn;
Two Services at St. Andrew's .
at Brewer's Wharf.
St. Andrew's Cathedral
Dean, the Blshop-of Honolulu; par-
""' 'T"l "f . " XtVT -
ifk -lv4a?V Ta WAV 1 -4 KUJt
iuuu cuuua; o. wiv-. .
.'a, m.. Holv communion,
of m.f choral celebration of the
3:30 p. m.. Pule ahlahL
7:30 p. m.. Evensong and sermon.
Second Congregation: The Rev.
Sunday school, 9; morning service,
9:15; evening service, 6:30.
Roman Catholic Cathedral.
His Lordship, the Bishop of Pano-'
Mas-esand Holy Commu -
', t . Z "iiwrpni ZTs
mon, o uu . a. m., tu..u.c..a """"
I , - . .LllJ.n.'. nnr-s
'.' a. m.
cntornn hlfh ma; nnd ser-
solemn nign mass ana sti
mnn 10-30 a. m- vesners and bene -
( . . .-
diction, 7 p. m.
Central. Union Church.
Rev. Wm. Morris Kincaid: At 11
a. m.. Rev. "Wm. Morris Kincaid will
preach. Subject; "God's Fellow
Workers." 7:30 p. m.. subject: "The
Urgency of the Gospel Message."
j 6:30 p. m.. Christian Endeavor Meet
ing. Subject: Lessons from Great
.Men and Women Outside the Bible."
Leader, Mr. C- J. Austin.
Monthly meetings: First Monday.
2:30 p. m.. Woman's Home Missionary
Society; 7:30 p. m., Epworth League j
business meeting; first Tuesday. 7:30 j
p. m.. Methodist Men's Club; third
: Friday. 2-30 p. in.. Ladies' Aid Society. !
Methodist Episcopal Church
G. L. Pearson, pastor. Services on
sermon. Subject: "Soul Travail the
Condition of Fruitfulness." 6:30 p.
m . Epworth League devotional ser
vice Subject: Entering the King
dom " 7:30 p, in., "A Model' Repent
ance " A welcome always to all.
' Christian Church.
S. E. Muckley, pastor, residence "
Beretania, Telephone Blue 1001.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Bible schoo lat 10 a. in.. Young peo-)
pie's meeting at 0:30 p.m. A cordial '
Linvitation-is extended to all to attend !
St. Clement's Chapel.
Rev. John Usborne, minister. Holy
communion, first Sundav in the
month. 11:05; overy other Sunday,
7:15; Sunday school. 10; morning
prayer and sermon, 7:05. Rapid tran
sit cars pass the door.
St. Augustin's Chapel.
Rev. Father Valentin. Sacrament
of the mass. S:03 a. m.
At the Palama Chapel the Rev. J.
P. Erdman will conduct a gospel
service at 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
at 9:30 a. ni.
Latter Day Saints.
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ,
G. J. Waller, pastor; services in Mili
lani Hall. Sunday school, 10; preach
ing In Hawaiian. 11 : Book of Mormon
class, 5:30; Church history class.)
G.30; preaching in English, 7:30.
Salvation Army, Kjng street. Cap
tains Burgess and Sullivan in charge.
Early prayer meeting. 5:30; wharf
meeting (old Fish Market). 10; holi
ness meeting. 11; jail meeting. 12:30:
Sunday school. 2:30: Bible class,
3:30; street meeting. 7:30 evening
meeting, S; public meetings every ev
ening in the week except Friday.
German Lutheran Church. Boreta
nia street. Rev. W. Felmy, pastor,
residence 1032 King street, 10 a. m
Sunday school; 11 a. nu service:
Wednesday evening 7:30. prayer
N Meeting for Seamen, v
A meeting for seamen" will bo held :
at 9 o'clock Siinilav Tnnminjr hi- th
Penlel Mission on the wharf at thejE"S Plaatatio" ---.
foot of Nuuanu street, st 10 o'clock Hawaiian AgricuL Co...
Bible class at Mission: 3 p. a. boli- Hawaiian augar Co.-,
ness meeting; 7:30. street meeting Honornn btigar Co....
Kfng and Nuuanu: afterwards ser-, Honokra Sugar Co....
vices in Hawaiian.
Catholic Benevolent Union.
The Catholic Benevolent Unlor.
Vi t .& n (utnatlna k. I a n W klnl'k i
.. . .
rooms onMonday evening next.
Kawaiahae Church. !
:uiaa sugar cc as.... . 4- S
Rev. H. H. Parker, pastor; Rev. W.,0lowalu Company T... 140
D. Westervelt in charge of the even- Pacific Sugar Mill 210
ing services. Sunday school, 16; , Paia Plantation Co x l$5
morning senrlce 11; evening service. Pepeekeo Sngar.Coi.V....175.
7.30, Christian Endeavor. 5 33; pray
er meeting, Wednesday. 7 30
J 2:30: Wednesday, pray meeting.
I . t
tit, taware . Anwmg. acucf,
pastor. Sunday school. 9:30; preacb
I I I -.t. C J .-T t T.
ilfefh, 2:30; evening service, 7:30;
I Wedaesday,. prayer meeting. 7:30.
Rer T kumura. pastor. Services f
at the oki Lyceum at 11 and 7:3
t3.nr.. K.t C fh,iL
i Rev. G. Wotokawa.. pastor. Simday,.
, school. 10; morning service. 11; even-
j ing service. 7:45; c'ass meeting. S:3;
j prayer meeting. Wednesday, S
cjhA an M MonAI n m. iTiT r j-w- k. tl.
j. . . V , V - V
. jvoj ancvi aujviuiu t, Liuuis uvuotc
G. J. Waller, pastor; services in.
Mililani ball. Sunday school. 10; '
preaching in Hawaiian, 11; Book of-
Mormon class, 5:30; church history
class. 8:30; preaching in English
J E,der W,,1,anM- ddaups. in
I charse- SmAa scho01 M 10 m -
rpmilar service nrenchlntr at 11:30
vnno. pnio-c intnni i.
. " . ..:.-.7r.-- "..-.".
i provement Association, at
j primary meeting for children. Friday,
at j p. m.; Keuer bociety meeting at
10 a. m nn Satnrd.iv Fre to nil-
no contributions: hall.
nev. Howe, pasior; meeting piace.
chapel 'in Printers' lane. Saturday.
Sabbath school, 10 a. m.; preaching,
at 11 o'clock. Wednesdav. praver and
... .. "
missionary meeting at HM.
Y. M. C. A.
Young Men's Christian Association
meeting for men at 4.
Recular meetinc first Sabbath after-
. noon of each month at 3 o'clock In
, Young Men's
, ten,i(1 tn a,i
Concert tonight at Queen
hall. Prayer meeting and
concert at S p. m. tomorrow
cert and reading room free to every
TACOMA. Wash.. Dec. 29. Captain
J. B. Clift. Lloyd's surveyor for this
port, was at Victoria during the recent
storm which caused such heaw dani-
I aS? to shipping and water-front Indus
tries in British Columbia as well as
on lower Puget Sound. Captain Clift
estimates the total damage from facts '
( gathered by him at Victoria and re-,
j turning at about ?300.00"0. This es.ti-
j mate includes the loss of the ship j
I Santa Clara, belonging to the Alaska)
Pnntrtrs' Accnptatinn er TVinl Tclnnrl
near Victoria, and which was not in
Captain Cliffs information is to the
effect that grave doubt exists, like
wise, as to the possibility of saving
the schooner Minnie A. Caine, owned
i by the Charles Nelson Company of
San Francisco. She Is ashore on Smith
Island with nume rotis holes in her
Communication is Cut Off.
PORT TOWNS END. Wash.. Decem-
! ber 29. Victoria and Vancouver Isl-
! and are completely cut off from tele-'
graphic communication, all cables toi
the Island having been broken by the!
nuhierotis vessels which dragged an-f
chor during the Christmas night storm
and -it will 'ie some time before the'
cables can be repaired. '
STOCKS AiSD BONDS.
Yesterday's Market Quotations
Friday, January 10.
STOCK. Bid. Asked.
C. Brewer & Co. $...
N. S. Sachs D. G. Co.'. ...'
L. B. Kerr &Co ...
' KanuKu Fian. uo.
! Kihei Plan. Co
; Kipahulu Sugar Co....
Koloa Sugar Co :
'.97 . 100
fUi-fc4 ?tiiev rv
j Oahn Sugar Co...
Onomea Sugar Co...l 22
Pioneer Mill Co
Waialua AgricnL Co. .
, Stea Co
Inter-Island S- N. Co..
! Hawaiian Electric Co. .
. , r
, Qahe KaiL & Land Co.
- 5 . Dr,v-r,c
Hilo R. R. Co ijut
(H. R. T. & L. Co
lO. R. i L Co.. 5 p. c- 1W
Oahs Plan.. 5 p. c
Thirty-one Oahu. 397.5;
J2U0; 5 Oahu. SS7.50; 5 KiheL Sl.
i I ..m SlIII P. l f...-..-.
-rha fw-infr. rnmmnrt t-,m!. '
brought 214 bags of mail to this port
i yesterdav afternoon and the whole'
forftfk ctf tha "Pnzmtti Tns nr rnrV
-.- w. .. V.V ...... ....; W W...,
U" Iale ,ast msht d,stn5ntin5 "-
... .- .
- -..... .. ,
INDOOR BASEBALL BEGINS.
Evening Class and Business Men's
Team Will Play Tonight. j
Tomgnt at .:30 the first game of
i the indoor baseball series will be
atfla - ved in the Y- -M- a A- Gymnasium i
i uetwevn tne uusjness .Men ana in?
, Evening Class teams. The following
players will take part:
Business Men Catcher, G.
, house. pitchers Atherton. Fred
! Berger; first base. Ralph Raymona;
J u... t-u w.v..."
autuuu iuc, juua iaieruuuse; uiiru ,
. .. . .
uaie- " L00Ke' snort stP- - &
i Clarkp- riirhr field IT Tnhrllv-
j center fied) T Brock; left &e
, ji. rj Leek.
t-...,-- .i t.-.i , .l
-ston; first base. Gorman; second,
' uast, iieraun; luiru Base, v;rooK;
catcher, Elston; short stop, Dyson;
" "-, ., "' """, "r
bron; left field, Curtis.
At th Methni1i;t nmnnc Tnni,.
. 1..-.V,0V -"
arj- 9th, by the Rev. G. L. Pearson.
j William H. Earth, and Miss Lennie
' Hopper, both of Honolulu,
A Reliable Remedy for Bowel Trou
bles. Rev. J. M. Ylngling, pastor of the
I Bedford St. M. E. Church. Cumber-
land, Irld.. U. S. A., says: "It af
fords me great pleasure to recom
mend Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera
j and Diarrhoea Remedy. I have used
it and know others who have never
j known it to fall." For sale by all
dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith
' & Co., agents for Hawa'ii.
fhe Best WinBS
distilled from the choicest
yields of field and vineyard,
bottled with the utmost care
and skill, and delivered at your
door the finest tonics and in
vigorants you can get.
WHAT SHALL WE SEND YOU?
Come in and make a selection;
wc guarantee the quality.
HOFFSGHUEGER CO.. LID.
The Pioneer Wine and Liquor House.
No. 25 King St., near Bethel.
Importer of PrVducU . .
ProvLIow andjVIne. . .
Cor. King and Smith Streets
SIIHTS and CHEMISES
Mud toOrierant! Eepi InStocI
Good Fit Guaranteed. Best Workman
j ship. Lowest Prices.
t PaoaM St.
IMP8RTEI 4KB BE1LE1 IR
j JAPANESE PROVISIONS
! and General Merchandise
! JAPANESE LIQUOR, direct from
I KOBE, JAPAN.
ISole Agent for RYOKO MASAMUN2
Phone Main 82.
34rt j 5 tjt I "I TT Having made largo addition to oar S
ci Iff' jjM I III! machineryr we are now able to Una- e
I ! 1 1 V Hull lvll der SpreadSp Sheets, pujot- sup,,
8 Pap Vaup XapkiES ttd Towels at aentot 8
i s riii I iiiii c-nts per ozen cash-
B 8 Tl"MlA Up-to-Date anil
Z ln im Sanitary Laundry J
g --- V
-J 5ai?itary 5ar laupdry ?6. td.
Q Rrnsr no MAIN 73. and oar wagons will call for Toar work. 8
California fafness Shop
iVndrew Dsher 8c Go.'sf
SCOTCH WHISKEY "none equal:
I The Coyne
1 Furniture Co.,
a; is offering some
BEACTIFrL BEDROOM SETS
Z HOLIDAY PRICES,
In WHITE MAPLE, BIRPSEYB
5 MAPLE, OAK. MAHOGANY.
ASH, ELM and PINE.
ft TTlie Xx-oipceBss
RELIABLE WATCHMEN FURHISHFIl
.. - .. ...
Buildings, Business Property
Ships and Docks
W ? t3i3aiaui :.!wi3t:
RECEIVE HEARTY ENDORSEMENTS.
v" . .
The new enclosed type of Arc Lamps we are now Installing re
ceive "the hearty endorsement of all who aro now using them.
Mr. T. Rosenberg, of the Globe Clothing Co., says: "You may
say for me that I am highly pleased with these lamps and would
have no other. They meet every requirement, are soft, brilliant
and steady, and so far as I can see, are absolutely without faulL"
These lamps we will install at a very small cost. They will give
five times the arjount of light of the Incandescent for the same
money. Burn eighty hours with one trimming, and give a soft.
penetrating, evenly distributed light, without fluttering or aoiso.
For further Information, send us a postal, or ring up Mala 3C.
and we will be pleased to call at your office.
The New Honolulu- Journal of Sooiety
OUT TODAY -10. Cents a copy
NEA.ILY ANU PxtOaut'LY EXECUTED BY THE
BOBEBT GRIEVE PUBUSHINO CO., Ltd.
Opposite Club Stables. Vi
D. O. HAMMAN.
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PHONE BLUE 1211.
OFFICE: 1249 FOHT STREET.
Electric Co., Ltd.