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THE HONOLULU RELT3LICAX, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 22. 1902.
IT IS LIKE FINDING MONEY
Hie Extra ComfoTt.
The Extra Wear
SAY YISIT WATERS
Billable Remsciy fcr Scvrel
The all round satisfaction you gel from wearing a pair, of these
fcigh grade, perfection shoes.
When you buy anything, and are satisfied with it. you feel happy
wi everything in the world. You can only achieve this by wear
mq a pair of HANAN'S high grade shoes.
MGJnemy's Shoe Store.
CaaMBBB3JHKaSHaHBiaBiB"" HBHIHBm m
New York asd 3IarylancL has been A
completed bj- Baltimore silversmiths.
w it , obu m jure. i?w. Re- j YiasHaz, pastor of the s J
The service weighs aboat .$ or.. Rfrrf r rvo. rO.w.1
aa is made of coins taken iron the ! fand. IsA. "C. S. A., says: "It .af
wreck of the Spanish cruiser Cristo- fords me great ateasvre to recom-
bal Coton. senk by Admiral Schley's mead Ch&afeeriala's Colic. Cholera
WtSHDCGTOV Jaa !. The orer- flasshlp in the tattle of Santiago. sad Diarrhoea Remedy. I hare ased
throw of the Castro ridga la rea EtPtataaster General James A. lit "d kaow others who hare never
te, which jww appeals rtie poesi-:Gerr &as beea foremost in the move-1 H" a Jo faH-" For sale by alt
hie, Trill be followed by the dispatch I aent w this gift to the Admiral, d11 and draggfsts. Benson. Smith
of tae entire North Atlantic siptad-jThe presentation will be made soon.l& Co-' Ssts for awaiL
toa to the waters of that country. J 5
"" '' M .
A formidable American aavai repre
sentation will then be at L& Gaarra.
It -rill consist of the battle ship In
diana, now at Cnracoa. the battle-!
bb'.iti Kssrsage. Alabama and Massa
chusetts, and th
IMPORTER AMD CEALEH IH
v A Cure for Lumbago
W. C. Williamson, of Amherst Va
U. S. A, says: "For more than a year
I suffered from lumbago.. I fisally
tried Chamberlain's Pain halm a-nd it
snoboet Marietta, gave me entire relief, which all other JAPAXESE PROVISIONS
all under command of Kear-Admtrai remedies had fallen to do. Sold by .
Hissinson. commander in chief. . ' all dealers and druggists. Bensoa,
Britiih. French, and German res . Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
tela are also gathering in the vicinity ' !,..., , ,., , ,,
f Venezuela, and these nations will New lee Crean: Parlors. JP"NEaE LIQUOn, direct from
b represented at 1 Guayra la eae D G Camarino has recently open KOSt. JAPAN,
of trouble. Because the Administra-, ed up a dainty and neat Ice cream! Sole Agents for RYOKO MASAMUNE.
lion deems It advisable that the se- parlor, corner of Alakea and Kins. !
and General Merchandise
The OLIVE TYPEWRITER
Simplicity. dBrabiUty, speed and
manifolding: powsr are conceded
to be tae foor great essentials In
a type'anitinj machine. "Wo pre
sent to the pablic THE OLIVER
as the latest and most striking
embcduaent of these features, and
the most radical departure front
other methods of coastmctlon.
Eiamlne this up-to-date ma
chine before deciding upon a par
chas of an Inferior make.
WaU, STioiiols Co,P JUtd,
Agents for Territory of Hawaii.
nior ofllrer nrecnr shall he en Am-" Ererythlnsr clean and tastv.
eriran. It desires that Rear Admiral ' cream, cool drinks, etc Don't faiMo '-sin? Street
Hjgginson shall be with his flagship drop ln- "
at the seaport of Caracas when con
ditions require It. ! . iiorr in Battlf.
. Phone Main S2
Xo instructions have yet been is
sued to Rear-Admiral Higginson to
sail to La Guayra. With his squad
ion he is maneuvering off Culebra
Island. From Culebra he will sail
for Guantanamo, touching en route
at a Porta Kican port. The authon
One of the most curious sights to be
een in a cavalry charge Is the various
riderless horses galloping in the line In
perfect order. At the charge of Bala
klava the front rank of one regiment
was composed to a great extent of rid
erless animals, their masters having
I Ju 1
5 PER CENT
i r? PAnniui j-irv 1 nnA T1 'v"tll enWn
ties say it is ncessarv to direct Rear-. -""J'i - . ". .
i,imii m-.in.An fn'i,. i ,f..i5,,M ' that in Uie excitement of the moment
. -(...... ...,n..vr. fcw W ... ....
to proceed to Venezuela. He is pre
rartd to sail the moment he is order
id to do so.
AMERICAN ROAD TO
BE BUILT IN CHINA
J the horses lose all conception of what
I Is happening around them arid proba
bly fail to notice the fall of their rid
ers. The return of riderless horses to
camp is an almost certain sign of de
, feat. When a cavalry charge Js suc
cessful, the horses will, as I have said.
! ill keep up together, even though they 1 1
have lost their riders, but when a force
j is routed the first news of ill omen to
1 those in the rear will be the return of
the horses with empty saddles and
Theo. H. Davies
The M (KtcdePainf
and Wall Paper Co.,
lie Belbtl Street. PHONE 62.
THE KASH CO.. ltd
becomes another yesterday,
tomorrow -will become another
today, don't wait for tomorrow but
Uorc are a few sensible siijrjjestioiis for Holiday Gifts:
Linen Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes,
Silk Hose, Underwear,
Shirts, Pajamas, Ties.
NEW YORK, January 9. An Amer-
fmn triinV lin. frnm Pnnfnn in Hnti.
know, Chinathe long cherished ! stirrups dangling free. Xo more sorry ,
dream of manv promoters is at last slSht can be gined. To Illustrate t
to be realized through the business ! tne callous feeling these animals have
, . uuiier u" a cast; wuicu uuJiieneu ai
daring and enterprise of a few New, Laiivsmith during the siege may be
1 oncers, oacKea uy the millions or;
August Belmont. !
In less than three years Chinese ground behind the stables of a hotel
will be 'able to enjoy the luxury of and U!ul "Iready put one or two nails
American dining and sleeping cars
between the cities of Canton and
cted. A farrier sergeant was engaged
ln shoeing an officer's horse in the open
the incident Pearson's
into the shoe when a shell came scream
ing through the air. The next mo
mont- tlio missile lmrsf fivo or sir vnnls
Hankow, a distance of 750 miles. The( away fr0111 wllcre the scr-jeant and the
great road will traverse a beautiful , horse were standing, and the splinters
country, inhabited by twice as many ' flew around both, but failed to touch
people as there are in the United either. When the smoke had cleared.
States. The total amount of business1 the Lorsc W4,i; to be scen wltb Its foot
for the first year, it is estimated, illtf"" in tbe a Pu quite undh-
exceed $50,000,000. The New York
promoters of the road made the an
nouncement today of the organization' nujinsx n rnn in Spnin.
of a company which is to buiid the! 5 s L,ow ar Spanisb orIta tar- ,
.,,,.. . gains for her fan. according to Miss
road under the title of the American Katharine j., Bates, who spent some
China Development Company. j timc in Spain studying the people and
i ) customs of that sunny clime:
OTiaKTr IfXV TUT I Tbere is nothlDS sordid about It.
Oil ll Alii JSAI ulll Hcr uaS'ng is a social condescension !
1 that at once puts the black eyed young
1 HLLlLLnL IHIUi I ..But lhe fan secms tQ me tbc-ieast
Just arrived and placed on sale
i a swell line of
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
CIGAR CASES, ETC.
The variety of leather is of the
latest and are beautifully mounted
with art noveau silver.
Come early and have the entire
new stock to select from.
Hawaiian lews Do.,
On the way to the Post Office.
Canadian-Australian Steamship line
Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneek Line of Packets from Liverfocl
A Roof Over One's Head
Is a Necessity
Use the best Roofing on Earth
READY ROCK ASPHALT RO OPING-
and keep out the rain.
All tho above and many more useful gifts are to be
The Kasli Co., Ltd.
TWO STORES TWO STOCKS.
P. O. Box 558.
Main 96 and Slain 376
I bit dear, seuoiT'
WASHINGTON, Jan. 9 Informa '' He shrugs his shoulders and flings
ton obtained from the Senate is that I ou bls arm !? p.rott- , , ,
.iu, H'uunui: iuu uu uui see uow
ilie Philippine tariff bill will be so
amended as to reduce the duty on
.v tides upon which export duty is lev
i&J. so that the total amount paid will
not be greater, than the Dingley tariff.
It Is now said that the tariff hill as
presented by the House is not favored
by the administration, though mem
bers of the House when they voted for j tas."
beautiful the work is. I am giving it 8
lway at 0 pesetas."
bue nits nor eyebrows hair incredu- i
lousiy. an newitcningiy.
"At 3 pesetas, senor."
He runs Ills hand throuzb his bind:
hair In chivalrous distress. ' 'J
"But the peerless work, senorita! And
this ether too. I sacrifice it at 4 pese-
A Straw Hat
Is the most kumfortable and
kooiest kind of Head Gear for a
klimate like ours.
Get any style, shape or quality
made to order to suit your build
it believed Chairman Payne of the
Ways and Means Committee had been
She touches both fans lightly.
"You will let us have the two at
2H and 27 Hotel Street and Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
iuspired in drawing up its main feat-! Pesetas- senor.'
!.- n.,t, i ,t em i,u .ifl Htr cves dance over his confusion,
ures. Senator Lodge still holds thati. , , , ,
. , . , He catches the gleam. laughs back,
a duty equivalent to the Dingley tar- tnrows up nJs ban(ls.
iff must be imposed, but certain other) "Bueno. senorita! At" what you
Republican Senators are inclined to please!"
listen to the recommendations of the I And the senorita trips away content
Philippine Commission and reduce the ed vitb a barP bargain, although-for
oiw o- ,. a (Spanish gallantry, even when genuine.
U1IIL l Ul UU III 1 LLtlLt -.
FOR JrvVTIC 3JY
ii-j-s 3Tort (.root. Love IJuilclinjr.
1 Traimvavs Timo TaWe.
30 In. Guacre 14 lbs. Rails
36 in. Gyage 20 lbs. Rails
Cars leave Waikiki for Town at
'goes farther on the lips than otherwise j-4d- C:1d. 6:45 a. m., and every 15
-the r!c was probably not much minutes jnereafter Ull 10:45, 11:15
more remote from what pleased the I "d 41:45 p m- from Waikiki go tc
smooth tougued clerk than from what p?aou Si?bles-
jars leave nine nange or Pawaa
J switch for Town at 5:5S a. m. and
. -very 15 minutes thereafter till 11:0S
I ). m.
! Cars leaVO Fort nmJ TCIm ctranfn
toxicants, was once locked up in a imcr fnr Piim of cm j
Root gave an interesting exposition of room at tue rear of the theater to keep . every 15 minutes after till 11:25 p. m.
the condition of affairs In the Philip- i him In proper coudition till he was call- Cars leave for Palama only at 5
pines, together with the ouUook for Jed to go on the stage. One door of the and 5:30 a..m.
terminating militarv bv civil mlo m ' compartment opened on the street, and Cars leave Palama for Waikiki at
t,a o. r o t.oio. Trt.1... ur! while looking through the keyhole he D:- a- m. and every 15 minutes
the House Committee on Military Af-' . ,.,... ." .",
ARMY IN PHILIPPINES
WONT BE WITHDRAWN;
V.'ASHINGTON, Jan. 9. Secretary I
she pleased. Youth's Companion.
An InscnloUH Toper.
An eminent tragedian, given to in-
629 King St. WRIGHT BLDG.
A Full X.iae -f .r-n
Saddles. Harness. Yhips.
Collars. Hames. Chains.
Soaps. Bridles. Bits. Spurs
Ha-ness OH and Dressing. Gall
Cure. Campbell's Hoof Remedy.
EIHman's Embrocation. H. H. H.
Liniment. Etc.. Etc.
Elite Ice Cream Parlors.
Finest resort in the city.
SODA VATER AND ICE CREAM
Made from Pnre Fruit Syrup;.
CHOCOLATES AND BON BON3.
9:45 p. m.. then at 10:15 and 10:45
r-i!linr lifm nn fn tho ilnnr ho mtstiArt I'- " 116 il.IO p. m. from Palama
fairs, in connection with the Army ap-1 .omc monev throu-h a crack and in ' for pnahou only goes to Waikiki on
propriation bill. The meeting was be-; stmcted him to go to the public house
hind closed doors and no exact state-1 at the opposite corner and procure a
Cars leave Fort and King streets
i nrnor fr ?tfln T?-r .on j
ment of Roofs remarks was given j pint of gin and a clay pipe, promising 3. 50 z E "
out, although the following is under ' to re-jvard him for his trouble. Cars Ieave Fort and streeU
i jut? 1111111 inn :is uirvfiwi. jiimi iviipii 1 n-k -nH. TT'.ii.rt.r & i v
. . wultiU1 1U4 ndiMM at o.ua a.
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED O.N
ALL WORK UNDERTAKEN.
PHOIMO BLUK 2651.
A UU HIT IfiKEF
Supplied dally with fresh killed meaU
alao . .
A LARGE GROCERY DEPARTMENT
FRUITS, ETC., ETC.
Orders delivered to any part cf the
C. Q.'YEE HOP & CO.
Corner Beretania and Alakea.
Phone Bute 25
stood to embody the mure essential
The discussion of the Philippine
conditions was brought about by a
question by Hav of Virginia as to
.... .. ... . ; --
j ue rcrurneti witn me arucies, uie actor j 3very 15 minutes till 10:05 p. in., then
jtold him to pnt the stem of the pipe it 10:35 and 11:05 p. m. The 11:35
through the keyhole and pour the gin j o. ra. goes to Waikiki on Saturdays
carefully Into the bowL only.
iuee lUMrutuous tue accommouai- flParvraNiA
STREET AND NUU
whether civil government could be ' ln? individual aLso fcllowed. and the .
ma!ntalned in the islands without the'n-ruu l wun " manager call
presence of the army.
stated that the army was necessary but not at a ia a eonjjtioa calculated 3:40. 5:50, G:10, C:20. 6:40, 7 and 7:2? best glass of Beer in town,
as a moral torce to maintain tne civa , to add to his fame as an actor. Lon- I m. ! A
acainist ration now cstablisned. don Tit-Bits.
In renlr Poot ' " ro not5f-v "I,n of uls turn hQ found : Cars ,eav Pnnahcn stable for Town
x j him In a ery happy frame of mind. ! at 5:30 and for Town and Valler at,
C WE35ELS, I v-,-.,.,-.,
601 Quean Street, cor. South.
Headquarters for Honolulu Prlmo
Beer, la bottles and on draugbL Al
ways Ice-Cold. We can give yon the
Hono!uiu3ron Works Go
BOILERS. SUGAR HTxXS COOL
ERS. BRASS and LEAD CASTINGS,
and Machinery of every deacrlption
made to order. Particular attention
paid to Bhlp'a blacksmithlng. Job
vo'x. executed on shorte?t notice.
ackfeld & Co..
SILVER SERVICE FOR
Prom Skjr to Pwnhop.
Pawnbrokers take some curious
pledges, but It is not often that they
TWIN BDMI8ST SOHIFT!" one from anotLer wrid- A
llLfrlll riHililrlJLr JUULbl j London pawnshop, however, exhibits
, In Its window as an unredeemed pledge
v?n vnnr Tin o a cnvhl r a nta'rttifi.fnt aerolltp. a mass of fnftjl
the Times from Baltimore savs: i mta! xhat feIL ll were fro heaven :43
to proviue a poor man witn ms oeer.
A ticket bears ih& statement that It
was brought from the arctic regions by
The unique silver service, costing
S1O.00O, to be presented to 'Admiral
-rX000XXX00X0XXXCKX00000XK00XXX30 J Sch!ey by friends In Pennsylvania, a sallor.-New York Tribune
Cars Isave Oahn College for Town
and Valley at :30. C:50 and 7:10 a.,
m, ana every 10 minutes till 10:10
p. m., except the even hour and half
hour cars which run from the Statla
Cars leave Nuaann Valley at 6:10.
6:30, 5:50 a. m.. and eve-y 10 minutes
'.hereafter till 10:50 p m.
Cars leave Fcrt S2I Queen streeU
ii. r.iii.timu cuuese ai o:uo. Ktl'o. .
a. sx and every 10 minutes after ; - .
till 9:45 p. m. After that the nra vJ -i
rnn to the Stable np to 11:05 p. m. '
vhich Is the last car from Toa-l
THE ALOHA SALOON
DOOTX BY THE LROX JTOKKS
For a Goad, Tasty Schooner
JB 33 E32.
Beaver . Lunch . Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE, : : : ;
reaching the Siabl- at 11:30 p m.
ntlEMME BROS. Pr9?ristofs.
Just received a new lot of celebrated
FIVE CEST CIGARS
New York Capadurax, Washington,
AlUtcn, Union de Cuba,
Grand Republic, Ete.
General ffiercbarpdise j