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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1902.
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN
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EOKOLULTJ, H. T.. JAN. 19, 1902
The Volcaaoyte cxtioct altbogb It
to said tbst. some da. words may be
pat into the mouth of the crater, j
After all, no ell regulated volcano
cm erupt contuotly. !
The tecond nuarter of Gossip ap- f
puxud yesterday. It is better than'
ttto Urst and. except for some silly
ltry by "Tlzwuii" on "A Quartet of
Hawailane" who married over the sea,
la vary clever and entertaining.
lrallHH planters held a
nesting at New Orleans on January 9 .
sod unanimously adopted a protest to
Coagress against the proposed tariff i
comomIou to Cuban cane sugar pro
ducers. The beet sugar men on the'
Mainland are also reported to be very
active in the same direction.
. . ., ' and ting the books of the different
Soe interesting sugar news was1 , "T . n !. i,. t,
, , . , , , nlantations controlled by Messrs.
received from Washington yesterday , AlexandPr & BaWwin.
la Wlllett and Graj's latest circular.; Q D master mechanic
Of eourse allowance must be made, fQf th(J Kahului nallroad Company.
for the Sugar Trust's conu-ol over the . has resigned trom the employ of the
circular, as giving an interested edl-1 company. He will leave for Honolulu
torifU Huge here and there. That the in a week from tomorrow.
refineries have not suffered in their! jir. S. T. Alexander, senior partner
business of last year is shown by the in the firm of Alexander & Baldwin,
ft that the average difference be-i Is on Maui this week, as the guest of
tWBOH the nrico of raw and refined Mr. H. P. Baldwin. He is going over
w oue-qunrtfr of a cent a pound
more Ik lfiOl than in 1900. One state
meat of Wlllott and Gray's, which
should not go uncontradicted, is the
fallowing: "Tho Hawaiian Island crop
of the ywr receUed full bonofit at
taching to free sugars." The writer
knew this was absolutely false as the
mtiuers refuse to pay full market
nrico for Hawaiian sugar. This tax.
which our planters have to pay fori
tho privllogo of getting their sugar'
roflnod. Is another source of profit to
the Trust that Ls not represented in
the difference between raw and re
Snod. Tho octopus takes good care of
This morning The Spokesman. L.
D. Timmons new Democratic weekly,
makes its bow to the public iu general
aud the Democrats in particular.
Typographically tho paper Is neat and
luviting. while the contents are con
sthtent from a Democratic viewpoint.
Hnd are written in a pleasing style.
The Spokesman begins bj saying
that Roosevelt will not be President
after March 4. 1904, and that after
that time a Democratic administration
will direct this country's affairs.
Tho sugar situation is touched on j cme Construction Company, has se
Hd much else of Interest is handled, t cured a contract for the construction
The Spokesman Introduces lttolf. In
part, as follows:
The Spokesman has no apology to
mako for Its appoaranc It represents j
rtudnlos .hat have existed for ages j
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were porpetuaieu oy tne onsxuut.on-
91 the United Sta.os. and will exist , nmuat.er of Sprec!elsvlle aUll thatj Bank of Wailuku. held at their office b,e dispatch, and will not remain at
torcver. It represents the tenets ofMr I p Baldwin tx III succeed him in Wailuku on the evening of Janu- thls Port m0re tha" six hours, day or
the grtt Democratic party of the until somc one is appojnted to thejary 14th, W. J. Lowrie. W. T. Rob-1 ni9ht-
Mstlntand and the correctly interpret-j place. Mr. Lowrie has been manager' inson. a D. Lufkin, R. A. Wads-j Tckets for the above saiiino must
d interests of the majority in these' of the Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar' worth and F. J. Wheeler were re-' te purchased at the office of the un
Islands. It Mauds for the protection . Co. for a long time, and has proven elected directors, on motion of Chas. j dersigned not later than MONDAY.
of the Torritorv's interests whether himself a very valuable man. It isjLennov. These directors then pro-' JANUARY 20th. The Company will
political. Industrial, financial! moral -e also stated that his resignation willjceeded to elect the officers to serve j su"ant to ' "' a9S '
: . take effect a week from tomorrow. for the ensuing year. tep the arrival of the steamer, nor to
"It has no fight to make in local
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poncs us.iuisi ino
0th eloment of the
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' wivct- isiauus. n uas u ufcuc:
agalnM tie conscientious and worthy
iiemonis oi tne iiome uuie Kepuuii-i ' au """w i Birai- ai""6' uraun. secretary. Quite a number of
can party. In truth. The Spokesman ihe guests present were the follow-; lhe 0l( n,embe"rs of Company l re- Notice i- herebv given that intend
does not care which of those parties ; InS: Mr- Jf111?-1?arry Jr-, enlisted last night. Captain W. E.in passengers p; steamship "AO
eaptre the Legislature provided I'fi ,, Jl, Si?, fj!r. Eal has not as yet ved hls RANGI." due" to sail for the Colonies'
aomlnates and elects Democrats. ,
-One great effort ot The Spokes;
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man will be to harmouite factions.
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collector sxacKaoie au-xameo. .
WASHINGTON. Jan S. The Sec-
latary of the Treasury has rendered '
ocislon on the aopeal of John Effin-
against the action of the Col -
r of Customs at Honolulu in as
g duty oa merchandise brought :
hat port from Pago Pago. Tu- f
The Secretary sustained the
tor. holding that Tutulla Is for
ip ,-iihin the revenuclaws
Uaited States, nyg.ft'fttati.
? I'IOWIIVJI OVVVw1.
C. Notley returned from HIIo ?M
F. T. P. Waterhosse is acK iromi
Hawaii. He was away on a business
1 .fin 1
Mrs. John H. Coney, of Kauai, re
tarded from the Coast on the Peking
Harrv von Holt aad family reaira-
(4 from an extended visit to the!
! W. Phillip Hall has returned to
HoHoinhi after a protoaged absence
Lorrin Andrews was amoag the re-
1 taming passengers on the City of Fe-
king from the Coast.
; I. S Dillingham was among the
s tiassenKers returning from Hawaii
uvtc hv the Kir.au resterdav. i
' J. G. Rothwell and wife are booked
to lea'e San Francisco by the Yen-
i tura which left that port on Jan. 16th.
T,t. nennrp n. r.par hn; notified
friends In this cltv that he will leave'
San Francisco for home before Feb-!
, man.- 1st
J. W. Cathcart. Assistant Attorney
rnj hutw oomnletsd his labors
General, having completed his labors
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at Hawaii courts, returned to Hono-
Prince and Princess Cupid gave a
dinner af Moana Hotel Friday night
at whlch Mr3f P- A' Jones and daueh-
ter were guests.
Word has been received that Mr.
and Mrs j R Galt woul( leavc San
pranclsco by the Yentura to return
home after their visit on the Main
land. Editor Frank J. Testa was among
the passengers who returned by the
Klnau yesterday. Mr. Testa has been
.,W extensive tnnr nf ih 5sl i
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Mrs. Julian Monsarrat, wife of the
representative of the Kau district on
Hawaii, arrived by the" Peking yes
terday morning after a visit to the
Mr. W. G. Taylor, auditor for Alex
antler & Baldwin, has been on Maui
the different plantations with Mr.
Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works. Marston Campbell, returned
yesterday from a general tour of in
spection of roads and bridges on Ha
waii. Mr. Campbell superintended
the construction of several new
bridges and culverts while away.
A. M. Sewall, formerly master of
the ship Beujaniin Sewall. arrived by
the Aorangi yesterday. Mr. Sewall
made the journey to Honolulu for the
purpose of inspecting tne uamages
sustained by the vessel. The Sewall
however, left for Australia on Wed
Mr. J. N. S. Williams, formerly of
the Honolulu Iron Works, who super
intended the erection of the new mill
at Camp V, Spreckelsville, has ac
cepted a position with the Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar Co., as chief en
gineer, to succeed Mr. Lowell, who
has already resigned.
L. E. Beebe returned by the Kinau
yesterday from a business trip to
Kahului in the interests of the Globe
Navigation Company. Mr. Beebe
was successful in capturing a number
of desirable coutracts for future
business for the line of Seattle steam
ers which he represents.
C. B. Ripley, president of the Con
of a church at Manila. He expects to
leave for the Philippines before ery
long. Mr. Riploy will also figure up-;
cn the ork of "ng a number of
scUot)1 hosos ia that countr-v'
I is rennrted thsf Mr. V .T. T.nw.
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Mrs. Q A. Brown was the hostess
nf s dellE-htfnl dlnnfi- nnrtv Hven at
!the Prfrate dSnIn f001115 ot the
I ana Hotel la8t Thursday evening.
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me taoie was itressea in pins wnicn;
was cleverly interspersed v.lth fes - l
c, ", r;,; "i m o a pwn
atone and Mr. and Mr. c. A. Brown.
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Mr. and Mrs. George a. Carter gave i
a peasant dlaner at the Moana j
Hotel on Friday evening in honor of,
Mr aad Mrs H Strong who are,
visiting in the islands. The affair
was rendered more enjojable by the
presecte of the Territorial band
'hlch gave one of its weekly con-
j certs at ihe hotel. The tables were
prettily, decorated in -carnations and,
maile. the entire color scheme being t
in pink, lncluded among those pres-s
lent were: 'Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Strong, '
Miss Olin Gregg, tad Mr. asd Mrs. j
George S. Carter.
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WXTCUSP'S VIDDAW TCripp
IfiS. iMtLfcfi i MflKOfc UbAft
WITH INCOMPETENT JAP
Maui Choral Society
Over Its Work Quick
Given to Steamer Eureka at Ka
hului First National Bank Stock
holders Elect Officials.
WAILUKU, Jan. 17. Mrs. F.
i Wheeler, wife of the head bookkeeper
cf the watiuKu plantation, narrow i
escapeu du5 rua ucl " -
. i f An 1,. a ftmmtfry& i
horse on 31arket street last Tuesday)
r An-Lrr A JllTCO -Crll fK ?1!rf TlOt
r .1. ui x lTt,nM ?" k,-
been thoroughly broken into harness.
! ns led about on MarKet street, at.
the Lovejoy corner, by a Japanese.'
The rop isstead of being tied to the!
bridle, was tied to the neck. The,
j horse was harnessed to a two-wheel-
cd vehicle and, being new in narness,,
.,, .ri.. . enrn.t,:,. THo hr.i - cni'
i". " """'"""t on Ma;kct
street, and kep on the sidewalk for
j3 distance r-l aOOUt 1UU JTirus.
Mrs, Wheeler was just going home
with her children when, like a flash j
of lightning. tn honse aud vehicle j
passed ber at Hoon Wo's store. Shej
just managed to grab one of her chil-
, , , . um j .k .-
dren, and place the child on the ver-
-.i inr. w-,, cinro ir .
I Wheeler states that she could almost'
f, .h. Prrpnf nf n!r SPt in motion i
b the horse" as it passed her with I
i'v..!,.,, -npPtl ThP horse till kent
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r, ii iiib siuewaiK anu iniiicu uicuutg;,
o" tne sidewalk and tipped the bucgy,
which frightened it all the more
Pile of Wood Left. j
At the corner of the street, where;
the is.ad leads to the mill, lb iiuggy
came in contact with a hitching post.
which stopped the horse. The vehi-
cle looked like a pile of wood L When ,
n, ituicc .wjv .,. .v .v, .-Twjw.-
corner, the Japanese owner tried to
hold on to the horse, and for some ,
little distance the Japanese was drag-!
ged along, the result being a few.
scratches on his body. Runaways;
hav been nuite frequent lately, and!
a few of them have resulted fatally.;
There are quite a number of Japanese" t " f " d,, .,! f,aSe be solu at Wrtlle Auction at
...,. , t i,.i,.-..'B i.,a (outer courts or i arauise an antei.the auction rooms of James F. Mor-
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'out wno reany are not auie to su,
back of two animals. Lately, how
ever, the authorities have taken morej
precautions, and licenses are not is
sued as freely as they were before, i
Wailuku Choral Society. i
The members of the Wailuku Cho-
ral Society were treated to a fine
spread of tempting viands at the
resilience of P. E. Lamar last Satur-t
iiav evening. All the members with i
a tew exceptions were present, and !
an elegant dinner was served,
dinner the members enjoyed
selves with music and chatting Mr.
Lamai is president of the Wailuku ,
Choral Society. The Wailuku Choral
Soc'ity has again resumed practice
at Alexander hall, and new officeis
to servo for the next term will be
fleeted on next Monday evening. The
cnnciirution and hv-laws of the So-
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cietv were cone over, out uesiues mis
lirthing Important was transacted. I
The Society will resume practicing'
choral music on Monday until the!
been sent for. ' i
An Old Time Luau. ?
A luau, in pure Hawaiian v fashion,
was given at Kahului last Satui-lav
night by a number of people who
wishel '.o enjoy a good tim. Theie
pwcre quite a number of invite i guests
who sat a two long tables. r.n -viiica
were sp.ead all kinds of Havaitci
dishes. Ihe luau was given ,H tho I
residence or Becky Wilkinson. Whrnj
all had satisfied their hunger w 'h
the tempting eatables spread before
them they spent the rest of the nigs:
in dancing and singing, and it 'va1-
not until the wee sma hours that th'
At the first annual meeting
stockholders of the First National
I, N. G. H., Elects Officers.
I OHiyaiiy I, .x. u. n ntitj a meet-
M-'ing at tho drill shed last night for
the el0ction of civil officers. x N
Company I, N. G. IU held a meet-
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Keola presided, M. C. Ross. Jr..i
- - a elected treasurer and C- H. G'
m5ion- oai ne- as we" as lZ0 nn,lion the ISth. inst.. must applr for pas-
an,i ;(1(,nnti lieutenants m m m . .? Z ,
second iieut nants. m go lo aft cot iater tcan Thursday, the
Honolulu shortly In order to be ex:-Uth nst
amJne1 fw tfae j cAxLvx.AUSTRALr xX 3Tur
J. B. Morton has sold out his Ka- wiin'rivv
hului Saloon to oue McQueen of Ho-1
Agent Beebe Satisfied.
L. s Beebe the Honolulu ag?nt of
the Globe Navigation Co- arrived at
Kahului off the steamer Eureka last
Thursday morning. Mr. Beebe came.
to look into the facilities at Kahului I
for handling frelghL and he feelsi
quite satisfied with "the dispatch J
which is being given his steamer.
A. N. Hayselden, who has been
depcty sheriff in Wailnkc for a long.
time, has tendered his resignation
as an ocer in that capacity. Mr.f
as an ocer in that capacity. Mr.
Hayselden has proven a ery efficient
c&cer In tie ranx- of the police de -
partnient, and his resignation will
ProbsV be accepted with, the keen-
est resrreL Mr. Hayselden will de -
rote nis urns to nis personal proper-t -nrjr g IRWIN & CO
- r in Lahaina. Hi, successor Bi&M OSnTc Steamship
.most usely be w. E. Sasery. captain.
the Wailuku police.
John G, North in Distress.
The schooner John G. North, which
i left Honolulu about xhe last of De -
nisnat-h I ceraber. bound for Port Townsecd. ""' w 'i1""' 'f .,.
Dispaun Jtmcted in the name of Mrs. S. a
fw kitf kjau iioiiuu u Jiua-
Stb, In distress. In latitude 35 deg. 5
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, a mic. flonn, ioagiiuue x-i aeg. -
' min. west, the schooner encountered
a southeast bale. The foresail and
spanker were carried msay, and she
S labored so hard in the heavy sea that;
she sprang a leak. The water pour -
ed jmo her at the nie oi fou. jnches!
hnur. Thf pumps had to be kept'
,- r..A ,fc c,i , f . n'
' going, and the vessel was forced to
put into San Francisco for
She was taken to Hav and Wrieht's
i.c ninviFrt try iiiL-iirtr
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SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 10. The
so-..-.:-, i ,,,:.. vtiii r . -,-.,
barkentine Koka Hea1 will be iaunch -
Caf1aw, 0, v .H,rai
'j ed on Saturday, at Boole's shipyard.
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I Oakland. Miss Mildred Rolph will'
j christen the new vessel, captain .,
x. icia, iujiuvjjj ui mc uvuij ' (
lard and the Kennebec, will com-
mand the Koka Head upon her
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To Play Scottish Airs,
The Territorial band will devote
the major portion of its Thursday;
evening program, to be given at the
Hawaiian Hotel grounds, to the play-
IuS of Scottish airs. The concert will
he rendered ns a rnmnliment in the I
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members of the Scottish Thtle Club
Wculd Rent Rooms.
In the recent issue of the Asso-J
Nation Review published by the lo-!
cal Y. M. c A. a ropOsti0n to ea3e
tii; uiii;t"i liwka ui uie iiuw uuiiuiiiB
tc oe erected adjoining the Associa
tion and sublet rooms to lodgers, has
0nce .Don . time , f thel
was distributing gifts to the poirti-j
. AI nf ,kc -mT, i-
i for thingb which they had earnestly
I desired, such as
The Oratorical Powers of a
The Hawaiian Yote:
The Influence of "Mazuma'
And the Angel gave each his choice ,
from a large table where the gifts:
were displayed, jfe . " " t
At last it was U A. Thurston's turn l
"I want this." he said: and he pick-j
ed up a round looking object from the .
table and was walk ng away.
"Drop that!' said the angel; "we J
all know that you have wanted thatj
for a long time; but you can't have
it. Guess again."
Then Thurston dropped it with a
dull, sickenine thud.
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ii was me eann: i
HONOLULU HARBOR. No. 54,
American Association of Masters and j
All members are requested to at-J
tend meetings on the first and third I
Sunday of every month, in Harmony j
Hall, at 7 p. m.
Sojourning Brothers are Invited
G. H. BROKAW, Worthy Captain.
G. H. PILTZ, Captain's Clerk.
Intendina easterners bv the S. S.
I "Sierra," leaving Honolulu for San ,
i Francisco on January 2lst, are hereby j
! notified that the sbove mentioned ,
steamer will be given quickest possi
after the '
' -Uai i-ilm
WM. G. IRWIN 4 CO.. Ltd,
General Agents O. S. S. Co.
THFO H nAvrp5 x- m nn
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All persons are forbidden, to tres--
pass on the fishing rights at. Kalka,
Waialna. Island"of O&hn. Any perscn
trespassing or fishing will ba prose-
Jcated to the full extent of the law.
CHJKG AKINA, Lessee.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The sndershmed bc to advise ship-
per3 y. n3tn farther notice the rate.
J Df frefcrfjt from San Francisco to Ho-
aolulu by steamers of the Oceanic
steamship Company Ul be US per!
' ton net.
Honolulu. January 10, 1902.
i Notice is hereby given that 1 will
t r t
Bertelmann or Mrs. L H. Kahilina.
(Signed) MRS. I. H. KAHILINA.
Honolulu. January 33th, 1S02.
AUCTION SALE IN BANKRUPTCY.
fin ThnnTar liinmrr 1-rtl nt lfl
' o'clock: a. m "at mv salesroom. 65 t
Queen street. Honolulu, I will sell at!
Pablic Auction, by order of Mr. H. G. .
Mlddleditch. trustee in the estate o:
. J. H. Taylor & Co., bankrupts, the fol t
lowing partially described merchan-'
dise, the complete list of which can be
a' , m. mM. !ie ts tt.
setter, Coal, Bites, Hammers, Clamps,
Mallets, Bolts, Shovels, Calipers,
Tire Bander, Round and Flat Rir Iron, '
Bar Tool Steel. Wrenches, nrlll Press. .
j Flatters. Swager. Punches, Pinchers.!
i Wrenches. Desk, Scales, Buggy ,
TTT-opiB Tfim; OtiIt Jiml Snrti.o T.tll
ber. Drawiug knife. Bevel, etc. etc.
Together with a fifteen years' lease
of the property situated on the corner
of Queen and Millnani streets, and the
corrugated iron covered building situ
JAMES F. MORGAN. Auctioneer.
Honolulu. Jan. 9, 1902.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION OF FORECLOSURE AND
notice is hereby given that pursuant
lo lne Powers 01 sale contained in that
"u'u T tB o x- . ,. ,
Hawaii, as mortgagor, to C. Bosse,
formerly of Honolulu, aforesaid, but
now of San Francisco State of Calif-
o""3- as mortgagee, and recorded in
e 1 ef ' tm onyances m sf"2
Honolulii. Jnpg 2
foreclose the said mortgage for con
dition broken, to wit: the non-payment
of the interest on the sum of
Twenty-five Hundred Dollars ($2500)
the principal sum secured by said
mortgage when due.
Notice is likewise given that the
Property, Ayed by the said mort-
gan. Auctioneer. Queen St.. Honcluhi.
cA-niDrAv u. kl j... x
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nmji isuc., at c a ciuck noon.
The property covered by said mort
gage consists "of all. that piece or par
cel of land situated on the Waikiki
side of Atnt'U-t 5troot nnnr Wililnr
mm.. innr, ni. r, ,.!.
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A venue, Honolulu, aforesaid, and com
prising: All that piece or parcel of land con-
taining an area of forty-two hundreths
(42t100) of an acre situate at Makiki,
Honolulu, aforesaid, and being the
piece or parcel of land described in
Royal Patent 3690. Land Commission
Award 1101S to Wahine.
pr ghts' easements.' prfE
aad apurtenanceg thereSnto
Terms Cash, United States Gold
coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars applv to j
HOLMES & STANLEY, " !
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
Tinted TTnnnltiln nocomJier "2 IQdl I
-ir ' -"-"
By his attorney in fact.
J. M. DOWSETT.
The above Sale is postponed to ,
Saturday, January 12. at 12 o dock
Hoon. at Salesroom of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
You've surely heard about those
pin money pickles If not be sure
to ask about them when you are
in the store.
No other people can put up pick
les like Southerners and these are
direct from Yirginia.
Better telephone for bottle, to
come with your regular order.
Here are some of the varieties:
Martynias and others.
LEWIS & CO., LTD.
1f)56 Fort St.
240 Three Telephones 240.
We F. Wilson Co.,
The leading Plumbers of San Fran -
Cisco, have decided to locate a per-iv
manent establishment in. Honolulu.
This will give the residents of this
citJ" an opportunity of having their
plumbing done at reasonable rates by
the most skillful mechanics in thei
OFFICE AND SHOP AT THE
ilexaider Yeiin Biifiii.
Matinee Today at 2:30
Tonight at 8:15
LEE and RIALS
WILL CHANGE PROGRAMME
Tuesday, January 21st
Reserved Seats, $1; Gallery, $50c
Children, 25c; Adults, 50c, to the
DO NOT BE DECEIVED 1
Drink ns substitute for
the pure juice of the grape fruit.
Carbonated only by the
n i ui . mi n m
Jg ae. 1, j
Sole Agts, for the Territory of Hawaii.
601 Fort St Honolulu, T. H.
Tel. 71 Main. Island ordars solicited.
Buy Only That
Which you can enjoy drinking,
Old Blackthorns Whiskey
This whiskey is distilled from
selected grain, is warranted pure
and unadulterated, is highly recom
mended for its medicinal proper
ties, purity guaranteed.
Old Gremorne Bourbon Whiskey
Bottled especially for
J. Hartmai & Co., Ltd
Wholesale Liquor Merchants.
Waverley Block. Bethel Street.
From 50c to S3.00
FEK YAKD At
The PHONQFAT GO.
33 Kins: Street.
THESE ARE THE FINEST
GOODS EVER SHOWN IN HO
NOLULU. LARGE VARIETIES
OF LINEN AND GRASS TEA
CLOTHS IN STOCK.
I The Pacific Hardware Go, Ltd.
Keep One at yOUT bed" $
side and throw- light
on the burglar "when
he comes a burgling."
Ihe Hollister Drug Co.
FORT STREET, v
Is loaded np with Good Things' "K
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
like your Mother used
Cookies, Macaroons, Lady Fingers,
Cream Puffs and all the dainty atyles
suitable for Christmas.
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for children up
to better grades for 50 cents. We
can furnish you a box of delicious
candle, worth a dollar elsewhere.
J. OSWAIiD LTJTTED,
PHONE 74, MANAGER.
ALSO SOME MORE
AND ANOTHER INVOICE of ...
AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL.