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THE'HOXOLTJLU KEPUBUCAK. SA1
F. H. Redward
Contractor and Builder
42 Punchbowl Street
Telephone BLUE 1701.
Jobbing Promptly Wended to.
Telephone White SOL :
Jobbing Promptly Attended To.
OHce and Shop:
72 Beretanla. Near Alapai Street
In-service. 11; Sunday- school fe Eng
lish- 2.V. erscinr service T:30;
( Wednesday; prayer meeting. 7:50.
Room 4, Elite Building, Hetel Street.
THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS.
No Mere Dread cf the D-ntal Chair. J
Rev. T. Ofcamora, pastor. Sendees
FOURTH SUNDAnFIERC3RISTHSaL? o1d L?ceoc: at H aad 7:3&
SERMONS AND PU3LIC SERVICES Japanese M. e. Church.
AT ALL CHURCHES IN Rer- G- Woiokawa. pastor. Sunday
t school. 10; nwrater service, 11; even
ts? service,?: IS; cassn:eetinc. St30;
i prayer aeetfnr. Wednesday. S. Ser
vices la the chapel at the end of JCu-
ODD GHAKGE HT POTATO MARKET '
Ccncert at Murphy Club Hall Meet-f
SEWER WORK A SPECIALTY.
KEEP YOUR HORSE
Where the feed is good.'the con
ditions sanitary, attention kind
and prompt, and
James Brown, Proprielor
Teeth extracted and filled absolutely
without pain by our late sctectificj
methods.- No sleep-producing agents
or cocaine. These are the only dental
parlors In Honolulu that hare the pat
ent appliances and Ingredients to ex
tract, fill and apply gold crowns
porcelain crowns, undetectable
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.
Ing cf Young Men's Ir
Special Services at Y. M.
Hall Y. W. C. A. Outlns
C. A. I
rvlterooon Seamen's Meetino.
i knl street aijoialag St. Louis Collage
IMPORTED ORANGES EXPENSIVE
BECAUSE OF CHRIST-
St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Eider William M. Waddanns. in
j charge. Sunday school at 10 a. m.;
regalar service, preaching, at ll;3f
m.; loans; People's Mutual Im-
provenjent Association, at 7 pjn.;
af; ,' U,ei3fShP H000h,,B: rtr meeting for children, Frfclay.
and isfi prfeat, the Rev. . H. Kites:. at 3 p. is.; Relief Societv meetiag at
rourth Sunday after Christmas, i , 10 a. in., on Saturday,
a. m., holy communion. jao contributions: hall.
11 a. m., Choral celebration of the:
3:30 p. m. Pale ahiahi.
Free to all;
Gold crowns, $5; full let teeth, $5; ' Alexander Mackintosh
bridge work, $5; gold filling, 11 up;
silver fillings, 50c
Congregations The Reyn
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omnia) jtuuui, ., uiuiuius seivict;,
3:45; evening service. 6:30.
Latter Day Saints. '
Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ,
Evensong-and sermon, G. J. "Waller, pastor: services in Mill-
liiui.naa sunnay scrtooi, ju; preacn
Ing In Hawaiian. 11; Book of Mormon
class, 5:30; Church history class.
6:30; preaching in English, 7:30.
While the Prices i Vegetables and
Most cf the Fruits Have Net
Changed Several Products Have
Risen in Price Some Mar.gcss
Now on the Market. '
It Pays to Get the Best
Nc matter vhat ycu are buying it always pays to get the best. This
rule holds gecd in other things as well. It pay to patronise the
best laundry as it will always give you the most for ycur money.
In this case it Is the most satisfaction and the least wear to your
clothes. Ycu are saving money as surely when you buy good laun
dry work as in any other commodity.
Sanitary Steam laiiodn Co.
California ttarrjBSS Sfiop
, 4. .. k. , 1 Seventh Day Adventists.
Roman Catholic Cathedral. .
j Rev. Howe, pastor; meeting place,
Kis Lordship, the Bishop of Pano-Jchapel 5n Primers. lane Saturdav,
polls." Low masses and holy com-j Sabbath school. 10 a. m.; preaching
i muuiuu. dim ( a. m.r cuuuren i au li o ciock. Wednesday, prayer and
mass, S a. m.; solemn high mass and! missionary meeting at 7:30
i sermon. 10.30 a. m.; vespers and ben
edictlon, 7 p. m.
Wm. J. ARNOLD, Manager.
Any work that should not prove sat
isfactory will be attended to free of
charge any time within 5 years.
HAS CONSTJLNTLY ON 'HAND A
CHOICE LIKE OF
Imported and T "Ql t
Fish; Lie and Refrigerated Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Potatoes,
Fruits and Vegetables.
Two deliveries dally to any 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 the hours above named.
We 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 o 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
trv. "Wa will loll ven in advance ex-
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UL'UJ Uil JUUI UJV 1111 .ul. u. Hi.!.
examination. Give us a can ana you
will find we o exactly as we advertise.
Central Union Church.
i The Rev. Wm. Kincaid. 11 a. m..
Rev. Wm. Morris Kincaid will preach.
Subject: "The Divine Vigilance."
7-SO, subject. "Drifting." 6:30, Chris-
tian Endeavor missionary meeting,
j Leaders: L. A. Dickey and Miss Ma
Regular meeting first Sabbath after
noon of each month at 3 o'clock in
Young Men's Christian Association
parlors. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
Concert tonight at Queen Emma
hall. Prayer meeting and sacred
concert at S p. m. tomorrow. Con
cert and readme- room fr in won-.
Methodist Episcopal Church. J h0(iv
G. L. Pearson, pastor. Services'
tomorrow as follows: 10 a. m.. Sun-. y. w C. A
day school; 11 a. m.. public worship! The y. W. C. A. will'havo-an out
and sermon, subject: "To the Work;", !ng this aftern00n at the home of
6 30 p. m.. Epworth League; 7:30 p.JMrs Hobron. Waikiki.
public worship and sermon, sub-;
ject: "Repentance and
A welcome always to all.
, Telephone Main 379..
ICE .. ICE
Delivered to all parts of
Phone 3151 Bluo
Room 4 Elite Building, Hotel St.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Office open from S a. m. to 6 p. m.
Make appointments for evening.
Wela Ka Hao Saloon.
Tumble In seme day!
McKENZIE & THOMPSON, Prop's
E. S. Muckley. pastor. 330 Bereta
nia street: telephone Bine 1001.
Preaching at 11 a. m.. on "God's
Mathematics vs. Man's," and at "7:30
p. m., on ""Sea-Sto.ms and Life
Storms." Bible school will begin at
9:50 instead of 10; Young People's
meeting at 6:30 p. m. The, members
of the church extend to. non-members
and strangers a cordial invitation to
Y. M. I. x
Damien Council 563 Young Men's
Institute, will hold a regular meeting
at their lodge rooms, on Wednesday
evening next. .
-FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
BIG SHIRT MMIST SOLE LUST f
Y. M. C. A.
On Sunday afternoon, at 4 o'clock,
Rev. John P. Erdman will deliver an
address on theN subject. "Patching."
at the Y. M. C. A. A vocal solo will
be rendered by Rev. W. H. Rice. All
men are invited to attend
ALL IMPORTED GOODS of the very latest and most
stylish iashions. Don't forget, it will close on
Saturday, Jan. isth.
I A. A. MONTANO, Prop.
H. F. DAVISON, Mor.
Phono Main 311.
P. 0. Box 57..
B 5 - BBBi w
TI TERRITORY STARK
A MODERN LIVERY, up-to-date in every particular, first-class
boarding. Rigs delivered and called for in any part of the city.
S, F. Thonias, Manager.
A meeting for seamen will be hfeld
t;at D o'clock Sunday morning by the. The following program will be rcn-
St. Clement's Chapel.
Rev. John Usborne, minister. Holy
communion, first Sunday in the
menth. 11:05: every 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. m.
Salvation Army. King street Cap-f Herd, Thos (2)
tains Burgess and Sullivan in charge, j Hearne, E W
Early prayer meeting. 9:30; wharf, Heen. Wm H
meeting (old Fish Market). 10; holi-! JJard- B
ness meeting. 11: jail meeting. 12:30; ' gJJJ "J ,
Sunday school. 2:30; Bible class. , isemeni jjr
3:30; street meeting', 7:30; evening '. mil, Mrs Anna
meeting. S: public meetings every ev . Jacobson. John
enlng in the week -except Friday.
Remaining in the Honoluu Postoffice
Up to January 11, 1902.
Anderson, Bart Lucas, Hattie
Allen, Mrs L Lucas. Mary
Ayan, Lizzie Marriner, j" S
Archer, G H "Morse, -Mr
Anderson, Wm McKenzie, Elijah
Allen. T M McLain. Jas
Angeles, Geo Nilcs, Peter
Barrett, Hilda S Norton, Miss I
M North, W E
Berry, Cpt H H Parker. Bert
i Bortfeld, Paul Palmer, F C (2)
Brown, Cpt J W Pratt, Frank
Brown, W J Paris, Mrs Thos
Burns, W M Parker. J R
Calmane, Mrs II Pierce, Mrs M A
Charters, David Purdy, W
Chapin, F H Rathburn. W
Clark. Miss Clark Redone, E
Comad, Geo Regan. J J
Cockett, Mrs L Reid, Dr R K
Coulson, Pearl Rieger, W M
Coulson, Maria Rickard, Mrs
Cockett. Mrs IL H
Craig, May Rice, Geo B
Decker, Jos Rice, Mr
Dorland, P M Rickard, Henrv
Donnelly, Sadie Rickard. Nellie
Duggan, R J (2) Robinson. T R
Duncan, R Rhoten, H H
Ellsworth, Sg't J Simpson, Mrs B
E Smith. E C ,
Flor, Sigard Smith, E K
Goslinsky, Mrs E Smith. Henry S
Grandin, Mrs F Smythe, Mrs
Gurney, W H Stillman Mars
Hall. Annie (2) Stillman. Mrs "c
Haas, E F K (2)
Hanes, Wm Stacy, Mrs C
Harris, Miss R Taylor, Hattie
Hagen, Mrs G Taylor, Mable
loud, .Airs John
Opposite Club Stables.
D. O. HAMMAN.
Vndrew Usher 8c Co.'sf
The prices of general market stuSs
have, with a fw exceptions, varied
very little dring the last few -weeks.
Domestic grapes are selling at most
places at 15 cents a pound while Im
ported grapes cost about 50 cents per
three poend basket Imported ap
ples range in price from 2 for 5 cents
to 10 cents each according to size
and quality. Imported pears range
from five to ten cents each.
Pineapples sell at from 10 to C"
cents a piece. Eating bananas cost
from 50 to 75 cents a bunch while
cooking bananas are more expensive
costing from 51.50 to $1.75 or even
?2 per bunch. Limes are sold from
30 to 75 cents a hundred or from 15
to 20 cents a dozen. Lemons are
sold at two or three for 5 cents.
Watermelons can be had at from 25
tents to ?2 each, the price being
pendent upon the size of the melon.
Fresh figs cost about 5 cents a pound
or even less at some places.
Peculiarity on Potatoes.
The price on vegetables has not
aried any with the exception of pota
toes. The price on red potatoes has
risen to 3 ani 3- eent a noumi so .
. ,. . , ,
that these potatoes, which are deem- 2
ed by moat people to be inferior to,
Burbanks. are now more expensive S
than Burbanks which sell from 2t I
The reason for this unexpcted rise
in the price is that the red potatoes
are more superior in keeping quality
than tnp Burbanks and as a conse
quence they are now in great demand
in shipping circles, which, as the
supply was somewhat short, caused
Oranges are High.
The price on imported navel and
seedling oranges has rissn 50 cents
a box. so that these oranges now
sell at ?4.50 per box. This advance is
due to the shortness of the supply
on the Ccast. which was caused by
the large holiday demand for these
Mangoes have begun to come in
SCOTCH WHISKEY "N0NE EQUAUM
w. o. F
. .. . 3 ?-
: The Coyne
I Furniture Co.,
: IS OFFERING SOME
t BEAUTIFUL BEDROOM SETS AT
In WHITE MAPLE. BIItDSEYE
MAPLE, OAK. MA HOG ANY,
, ASH. ELM and PINE.
and can be picked up now and thenl ' t-n-i -r- -. --i ,. .-i - rnnr nrnrrr
at different stores at a nrice of about' & TTllO IlTOiipreSS IBlOClC. FORT STREET
10 cents a dozen, if is not. the season I Vc;r:-:-:::":: -'""e" "
for this fruit, however, and most of ' r- ?
those at present on the market ccme j
from Nmmnu valley and are not of I
a very good quality. t
LOOT ILLINOIS BANK Buildings, Business Properly
CONDON'S NIGHT PATROL
RELIABLE WATCHMEN FORNISHEO
BIND GUARDS AND GET BOOTY.
Thompfbrf? J E
Thornton, W H
Vogt. G H
Werner, Mrs J
With Nitroglycerine Many Steel
Doors Are Shattered Thieves
Complete Their Work Unmolest-'
ed and Make Their Escape.
Ships and Docks
PHONE BLUE 1211.
OFFICE: 1249 FORT STREET.
ST. LOUIS (Mo.). Jan. 7. Six
masked men entered the National '
Stock Yards Bank, north of East St.
Louis, III., last night, and, after
choking and gagging the two night'
watchmen and the fireman at ' the
steam plant and blowing open the
The efficiency, brilliancy, penetrating power and general sat
isfaction, which our new enclosed typc of ARC LIGHTS arc
giving recommend them to the merchant as the best light for
Jewett, Mrs W A West & Watson
f Jephson, Mr White. A M
! Jensen, P Wilson, Jas B
,' James. W W Williams. Bn
German Lutheran Church. Bereta- Laaupile Ave Woolsey. G S
i ma street. Kev. w . Keimy, pastor , iji:e. Uus M Wright Sarah W
;j residence lt)32 King street 10 a, in- Loucks. F H
(Sunday school: 11 a. m.. service:! w nen caning for these letter please
Wednesday -evening 7:30. prayer! ask for "Advertised.
' 1 meeting.
Meeting for Seamen,
JOS. M. OAT, Postmaster.
JlPeniel Missicn on the wharf at thejaered by I
Jifoot of Nunaun street, at 10 o'clock k Islam
:) Bible class at Mission; 3 p. m..holi-f3 o'clock;
tjness meeting; 7:30. street meeting j
I King and Nuuanu; afterwards ser- r
Island on Sunday
"Thf Old Hundretl."
Overture. "Titus' ..... T.. Mozart
Andante. "Surprise Symphony"
H. H. Parker, nastor: Rev. V. ' Grand Selection. "MaritanaWallaca
-. ( , - . 4 -,
D. Westervelt in charge of the even-' Vocal Selection. "Bohemian Girl'
J ing services. Sunday school. 10;
'(morning service, 11; evening service.
iTT-A fk-iottun tf4nnAt tfA .1V.
, v.... cumc.,,. .ov. i-.- rsiecljrn -parislna-
tr uuns. ueanesnay, .:ju. Hntroduction. "Lohengrin'
Edward WL Thwing,
Hearts and Flowers".
acting Overture, "Fra DiaHoV., Auber
vaults with dvnamite. securpil S5000
in coin and currency, with which '
they decamped, early today. From J
7 o'clock last night until 4 a. in. fj
they were at work without being in
terfered with. The entire East St.1
Louis police force, aided by the St'
Louis- police, arc guarding ail the
avenues of escane. but as vet have
obtained no clew to the whereabouts H
of the robbers, who. it is believed. ij
escaped on horseback. Jf
The two watchmen and the fireman
were confronted individually, over-1
powered, bound and placed ' In the " J
composing room of the Dally Nation- H
al Stock Yards Reporter and one of.
the six desperadoes was left to guard J
them. The other five at about mid-
night went to the bank and blew
open the double steel doors of the a'
vault with, nitro-giycerin. Next the
quadruple plate doors of the big steel w.--
safe werp shattered. The exnlosions &X''M&&
destroyed books and papers and scat
tered about B00 in coin npon the
floor, where it was left The robbers
took all the other currency and coin.,
amounting to about $3000, as nearly! PLUMBER IflCDOUllJT Til! Mr)
as the bank officials can estimate.; MP CHU II Ail I I AiLUr
as well as 5550 left with the bank.
by Assistant Postmaster Bushnell of
the stockyards. f Estimates
The robbers were all masked. -The
watchmen sat- that all fna KtnrflVa'f
appeared to be middle-aged men.i The o Owners, Arch!
none of them under 3S years of age. tects and Builders Solicited. j
Mr. C. C. Eakin, of the Imperial Cigar Store, has been using
the new arc light for some time, and says : " find this nexv t'gif
gives absolute satisfaction in firry respect, and I would have
Vc have many such opinions as this, but the light is the
greatest recommendation. Can be seen at Manufacturing Slioc
Co.. V. W. Dimond's. Glolx: Clothing Store and others. For
further information address
The Hawaiian Electric Go.. Ltd.
King: Street jNTectT- .AJcTJceti-
E. W. QUINN
furnished on First-Class
. No. 54 Hotel, oij. New England BaS
j ery, and Hotel street opp.
pastor. Sunday school. 9:30; preach- "The Star Spangled Banner."
Up-to-date job printins at The It
publican office. Phcne 21S. '
P. O. Box 162.
Suits Made to Order in th t ate st
i - - -
! Styles. Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
115 Union St Clothing Cleaned. Dyed and Repaired