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Tih: Hawaiian 5ta. mm rBUMt ami ay bv TIIU lUffAH Mir iAri AMOMAflMI. U. Ml TfllVB. r, u nuoim, HUMRI I NAHM IIIUIISDAY, DUCKMHIUt l, II WW. DIMOND'5 Mmiw noW twrmi- wawat. ( 'in Wn thai rTM thing wortft toWlffg Ma alrraflv rrarlirii . MirfnoQ. It's a mlMnkr. w (MM Hr htw thin to opnintf uiHiti the jiiiWIk ilailv. We found Inn Wt M liaawil thn.uffh the diflrrrllt (IiikhIIih ill l . ........ i AMMnmweWrvniMeel lmitid cr'e Day liy the t.um KammUamm ha schools I a fitting tribute to ttw memory ef the noble mhiI to which the youth of Hawaii la under ch great and lasting obligations. The abMinl plight into which the customs ieonlc steer themselves is not hy fault of the bureau, hut through the law. The effort to keep out opium il daily proven to ibeju'mply a farce, and its control by statute is the only relief. MAUI is to be invaded by those unselfish filibuster people, the Sal vation Army, an aloha and con tinued kind consideration is be spoken for the corps going into the new field. Their mission is In His Name and their labor wholly in the interest of religion and morality. That the St. Andrew's Priory entertainment on Saturday evening will have high merit as to its musical and litelary program is .well assured. As represented in Tub Star yesterday it is specially .desired to make a financial success for a certain worthy subject. A word in these premises should be sufficient. Ckktainxv the expression of isatisfaction by STAH stockholders over the conduct of the paper and printing business for the past year 'S a compliment extremely gratify ing to the men shown that earnest endeavor is appreciated. It should be stated that the present head of the commercial department of the Association has ably filled the position made vacant by the sad death of Mr, Dodge. The radical change of a year ago in the paper's affairs was made at a time when its prospects were not of the brightest Njw its position is firmly assured and it is believed that by care and fairness it has achieved an influence that will at all limes Lc exerted for the good of all the peO' of these fair islands. tnr vaHnit MMHHfftvliH h h. iitcl iu Ihr Unilrd St Mrs mid lUirtiM ami In the buyer who then mm who nets tin Intist ml MMiaofneat ilraifrii in tnamilacttiiiMl rihnU. Wi ntctlic Inst up to dale to make ftrimmiia ol the pretty Millies ntl unci im lhat'i nt the wnrtl. the mlirlr vein linve untiled mi hum but V knw of ir sluiw. wimlawi QHfil witlt iimAi! ni t lrm kiir litiiNlteis wiinlw, mirrors itml otlwr toilet nrU ieie. They nt tho iKitantod Cosineon nt tiplw nntl nro bot- tur tlinn silver fur several ranwmt.. Tlioy nro lighter. They never Uuiiish. Thuy nrc eonistriu'ted im no hilvur goods ever were. Thoy cost less tliiui oiie-tourtli ns tnudi ns ilver. They are made, for people, wlio nro fastidious about their toiletsfor those who wnnt the vury bust that nionoy will buy, ns well ns for those who must count the cost. It sounds strantre, but it Cosinuou hair brush is im measurably hotter tlinn n silver brush costing ton dol lars. Mind you not "just ns ool" bettor, better because it is just ns pretty, because the bristles are just ns good, because it will last longer, brush better, keen cleaner nnd will always retain its clear, bright lustre without tarnish ing. You can't keep nnv brush clenu if it 1ms u wooden bristle block, A solid gold back, with diamond settiui:, can't keep the water and oil and Wc have received :i larger assortment of holiday goods than dirt out of the wood. There's ever, Everything is new and all the latest novelties can be had a crevice between the metal ooMld'Ht btiv on itccounl ol Ihr prior. I lie I mull ihowu iiicmmv inch ol shelving mill display space in our Mnrr. c vc lamps worm the Imving. woiih the living with; nil Miilmil lumps, iioni Ihc onliiwn every day luimrnig to Ihc elegant onyx stntid piano lamp anil to gel Irohi olie to the other ol Hirsc styles one must paw through whole avenues ol lamps on the second Moor nun tlictc nrc nil kinds, nickel and bronze, brass and wrought it on. Our lamps shine lor themselves sell themselves. Now let us tnlk nbout Kojnl Worcester ware. Its useful or iiiiameutnl as ioi wish. Wc have n stock ol these goods in some ol the pieltiesl thiin;s ou ever saw. Ihc)' do not cost a great ilenl ill iiioiiev: ileiienils'oii what vou want. A cud niidsnuccr lor in stance costs very little more than tlic same tiling inordinary ware hut look at the 'iliffemice ill the duality. If vou waul something (or ornament only, lake a Worcester vase or one of the many other tilings we show you; the price will surprise you, so will the goods. Vou know what cut irlass is. uood cut ulass such as Uorllin- unr makes' Wc have it iii liitr and little nieces Ironi four bits up to what a dinner would cost you in acw i orK n you snouiu tunc at Sherry's. Cut glass is like old lace, it never decreases iu value. e have the linesl made in the united states, an tnc latest cut tings and in every shape imaginable and for all purposes. You can rrct a silicic butter plate or a whole set lor dessert. You can irni nitchers and salad bowls: cvcrvtliinu: that is fashioned into glnss and cut by the finest atlisls in the world may be lound ,..!ll, ..c Tii. inrn will In- mien evcuinirs from now until alter the holidays. 1 AMWa'KA 1 m avaTOvni, ,(( U Christmas Twill be a Merry Christmas Small wonder that the delegates of the American Hoard of Foreign Missions traveling by the S. S, China were surprised and pleased with their reception and treatment in Honolulu, Going from busy, bustling America to Japan with its strange language and burdensome problems lor them, encountering on the return voyage a terrific storm, the travelers found here a brief haven like an oasis on the long trail of a heavy pilgrimage. They found iu Honolulu not only the many natural charms clothing a semi-tropical place in midwinter, but a large and important portion of the citizenship keenly interested in them and their work. They found a representative group of the population, anxious to entertain them and evincing anxiety for their welfare. The delegates were more thau pleased. Tint Indtptndcnt states that the Advtrtistr declined to publish a brief rejoiner by Judge C. I'. Hart to Rev. Sercno Bishop, letters from botji gentlemen on the subject un der discussion having previously appeared in its columns. There are circumstances under which a news paper is amply justified in refusing "with thanks" a contribution. This could scarcely be one of them, as the writer iu question is never pro lix, uniuteresting, unfair or any thing but gentlemanly, scholarly, honest and in good order. If the Indtftndint is correctly informed an explanation from the Advertiser should be forthcoming without delay. It might, at the same time, contradict if it can, the current re port that within a very short time it tampered with a letter submittec' for publication by a prominent cler gyium and used iu part. This parti cular letter could in no wise have beeu objectionable as it was a re:i tal of the facts iu a circumstance in which the writer had been gross ly misrepresented by the paper. Hawaii's Health Board like her Presidency, her Supreme Court her cabinet, her constitutional con vention, her new legislature ii claiming international attention and gaining international favor. New Zealand is but oue of a score of governments desiring data on the successful local battle against chol era. The older organizations in distant countries, with many ad' vantages over this, view with as toaisbmeut the results of the open fight made here against the dread epidemic. They desire most ard ently to be enlightened as to the plan of campaign that wiil conquer cholera in a few weeks, when climatic and drainage conditious are favorable to propagation of the germs, The story might be- told iu two words. It was aggression and co-operation that accomplished the great work. Movement, however, was guided by wise coun sel. But the victory was made certain by the enlistment of every man, woman and child capable of effort in behalf of the community welfare, and besides the masterful conquest there Is much more to tell, Such additional work has been car ried out, and is still under way as will iu all likelihood insure the city against another such visitation as that oi last August and September, and the wood nnd even con stant enre can't keep it free from dirt. The Cosineon brushes arc made of two solid plates of beautiful white Alu minum. Tho best bristles that money will buy aro drawn through tho front plate into a backing of water-proof cement. You can't force water in if you try. You can't soak it in. Tho brush is practically one solid piece. The bristles aro ar ranged in pointed tufts the length of the bristles varying in each tuft. This allows them to penetrate easily to the scalp. The bristles need not bo especially stiff to do this. Those who like tho feeling of a still' brush will like the Cos ineon brushes oven better. The greatest claim for tho Cosmeon brush is its perfect cleanliness. There is no other really clean brush. That is so true that it will bear telling a number of times. There is nothing less desirablo thuii dirt. The Cosmeon brush will last loiiger and brush better, than any other. That statement is not qualified it is not a question of price. Pay what you please you can't get as good. As a matter of fact, the Cosmeon prices are very moderate, even less than silver plated goods. So much for hair brushea. Military brushes, clothes brushes and hat brushes havo the samo characteristics. Made the same way, of the samo material. Mndo to keep clean, to brush with, and to last. "Better than silver" and the cost is less than one-fourth. The military brushes aro dis tinctively men's hair brushes. Few men iu Europe use any other. Tho custom is growing olsowhero as the convenience oecomes known. Engrave a .nan s initials on a pair ol )rushes, nnd lie can't wish for a better present. Tho same of ilothes and hat brushes. And co hold them-a Cosmeon tray. Stamped out of a solid sheet of shimmering Aluminum plain or engraved ns your taste dic tates. Tho expense a trifle. Tho present-perfect. Cosmeon mirrors aro made like brushes md tho beveled French glass is put in so its stays iu forever. lliey arc light nnd will never tarnish, Tho line offers many suggestions for present seekers. TJio Cosmeon goods should be seen. XSo uiscriptiou will sufheo, A glance is worth u thousand words in showing just how dainty and pretty and desirable thoy nro. Cosineon goods aro remarkably low m price, but thoy aro not recommended for that reason. Consider tho quality first, then tho looks, then tho price. Wo havo n lino ot silverware both solid and plated. Wo havo knives, torus, spoons, nnpkm rincrs.carvintr sets, suirar bowls. horry sots, ladles, pepper and salt containers, colleo sets, water Ditchers and other useful , , 1 11 fl 11 f . f Pi arueiesxan suuauio lor guts. in our stock Standard Hooks All the works of the best authors, handsomely bound and al popular prices. These books arc special holiday editions. Of lice and Pocket Diaries A fine line ol these goods for 1S9O, at prices ranging from 50 cents to $4 00. Children's 13ooks Wc arc headquarters for children's books and can supply nnvtliiiitr in thni line. The oonulnr Chiinnev Corner and Mother Goose scries; I'amting Hooks; Picture, Alphabet, Circus and Menagerie series, and many others. Games and Puzzles A full line of games and puzzles for children. A Novelty Toy The harmless gun is the latest novelty toy; no powder or caps rubber balls arc fired instead ol bullets. The Monkey Drummer This tov is a brother to the climbing monkey and will please the children. Smoker's Outfits Wc have smoker's outfits suitable for holiday gifts. For the Ladies TOILRT SETS Manicure sets, wall pockets, handkerchief boxes and a variety ol uselul articles. Gold Pens and Holders An excellent slock of Fairchild's gold pens, pen holders in pearl and ebony; gold toothpicks and gold pencils, we nave line ol Kodgcr s pocket cutlery that cannot be surpassed. The Popular Glow Lamps Wc have another supply of glow lamps with extra fittings. Christmas Publications of Christinas publications and Wc will have our regular supply arc ready for your orders now. Hawaiian News Co. A Merry Christmas! THE HAWAIIAN HARD WARE COMPANY. 307Fort street, Here We Are Again ! with 11 Larger and Better Hlock than ever. Don't be deceived hy anyone cluiining to havo "Just as Goon A Stock," or to cell "Jukt ab OilEAl-," Ki'o our Stock and you will know im we do it can't la done. Our cluim U tn tiivu mora worth for Irsi money than you ever dreumrd of gel lng. HTYM3, JIKIIIT, WOllTH, QUALITY and LOW 1'ItIOU all com bineil, Intpcct our Block and tea for yourselves The Manufacturer's Shoe Gompany, Iniporttrs of I'ine and Medium Grades of Footwear, PORT S'X4I15J3'X W. G. T. U. LUHGH ROOM Vnr fjiillK unit flenlli'in it, t 111 KI.NIi (S l-liKIC'l I.iint li from ll::io to liito, Our attractions are! Hnmn-made Food, a coiil, nent room and natUfut'tory attendance. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . STiiWe u In carle. itu-lm .'i&4,iu If nut returned in ten daya cull ut Medeiros & Decker for a nice fitting tulc at half price, Inland orders nolkitwl; self ineaiure nient tent to any part alone v 1th our samples. 580 SKELETONS uv tiii: KIN AT" Wlil.1.' wc nil know the (molii In be Iihik MiflcMiiR 111 tunny wnv. nntl we nil minim IiciiiimiIIi lluil mot lint been n trvintr yent lor Honolulu, hut why wc ulumlil he rudely nwnkcncil Iron) our Imppy Imliilny drcHin ol I'A I nnd uood thing by the vW. Lillini ol jKo sickly, lean nml hungry Turkey Irom Hawaii, beats even " lfilibustcr " nlat ins nnd puiiles every one to t;ue. Now, most people fancy a Turkey for n clinmrc. and cnlov It Il plump nntl delicate. They know tlt.it wc feed and carry n large number ol just Mich birds nil the year round, only ns Mr. uiniond s advertisement says j " lo accommodate the Public " and when you order Irom us. nt nny time, you need not be ashamed to invite your mends to come nnd dine oil the "Conkllng" prototype. HENRY DAVIS & CO. Tki.ki'honk 1:10. 505 FORT ST. Free Ticket to the Circus ! Shopp ing uuder most favorable con ditions in tircftomc work. Then nfter your purchases nro Hindu, to wait on tho sidewalks for n car, will tnako most nny one havo thta tired feeling.liut don't do it. There isn't any necessity when you will find comfortable chairs iu our store. That's wlint we havo them for; wo want them used. Your car passes our corner because every car does. Comu iu and rest whilo you wait. Ladies' White Cotton Handkerchiefs. Ladies' White Embroidered Handkerch'fs. Ladies' White Linen Hemmed Stitched Handkerchiefs. Children's Fancy Bordered 'Handkerchiefs. Gent's White Linen Hemmed Stitched Handkerchiefs. AT B. F. EHLERS & CO. We will give to every 13oy or Girl buying a Pair of our Shoes, from today to Christinas Eve to the Matinee of Wirth's Circus on Christmas afternoon. This Ticket will be good lor any scat in the tent. Hi. MclNERNY, UOBltON MUG CO., Wo have just un packed seyeu Barrels more f ur .... MAGNIFICENT GUT GLASS. in tho lino new Aber deen cutting, by pop ular verdict the .... Whltost. Finest Cut an Most Brilliant Cluss ln-tho World. Our assortment is very complete, con tains ovcrything worth having. As the whiteness and tho cut of tho diamond has everything to do with tho cost of tho same, bo with Glass and wc invito first your comparison of quality and then price. We know your verdict already. Our storo is very attract ive in every line per taihing to our busi ness. Wo are ready with suggestions, and know what you need. Wo can save you much timo iu your holiday purchases, as our stock contains just what you want and what you need. H. F. WIGHMAN. H IIOTKL STREKT. Special Sale This Month Only HOLIDAY ANNOUNCEMENT A large arsoitment of Christmas Qooda. TO BE GT AWAY 1 IMvcc Uctt Kllli KIMONO. 1 I'leco bMOIilXCi JACKET, to list r luurviurriuj, A ticket will be iven with every mir chase to lb.) amount nf 0U UOL IiAIt. commencing from December Oth, 1'rizes tu he awarded on December 8Ut at 9 a. m. HlNK THINKS IN CHOOSINd DRINKS AND HIRES' iRootbeer WILL LINK YOUR THINKS. Dcllcloutly Exhilarating, Spark ling, l'.ITcrvcsceDt.- Wholesome as well. Purifies (be blood, tick les the palate. Aslc your store keeper for It. Get the Genuine. Sm4 I M.t A.1 IM kullhl bImu. Ml44 ... kMh. THE CIIAS. E. HIRES CO., railaiilssl. HOBRON DRUG CO., AGENTS. '00 Miaanw ipnjo joj duaip jms oY 'uoutorjuot) puu potptrj; joj scij jiw)s o.inai!jnuum p.w o.w. ojoijav minting cr.C 1" OJ01S 'pu-i(l " ponodo 6abi oY KNivmno ooitKvg; uhv soni 'sxasniog 'siag-vax 'rnv jpojg ui spoog fopipH 9UJ 'OS nuonnN pub 9oh joujoo HiZiiZtta iiAJ2HOIOA The Fin de Siecle Girl You can find her every day Buying Xmas. Delicacies at 111 Fort Street. Holiday Goods ! ! IT. S. SACHS', 520 FORT STREET, HONOLULU. HINTS TO SHOPPERS The tlinuBiutil anil 0110 pretty iliinc I hat aro so wull adnptcil tor cifls aro now rcmly for inspection, ami tho Prices will ho ft pleasant rurprUu In you "White Metal Novelties- sSilver Toilet Sets, Silver Dark Muslacli Conilm, Silver Gull Boxen, Hand run Laco Hearts Silk Drupev, Ileal Lace Handkerchicfa, FntiK, Hand Buk. Vurees and Cant Cancn, Laco Talile Kunncre, Duninnk Fcrf, Laco Bed Sets, Drawn Woik Talilo Square, Chenille Portiere, Lnce Curtains etc, rtc, It you arc in search ot e HOTvIDAY GOODS e Call and eco our IMMKNSK STOCK beloro making your nelections cUcwhcrt'. The SUCCESS & CO. DISINFECTINE DISINFECTS nnd does it thoroughly too. It is tho most ofibctivo nnd nt tho saujo timo tho least expensive of nil tho deodorants. A bottle that only Costs 9l QUARTER is amply sufficient to inako from Two to ,Twenty Gallons, of strong disinfecting fluid. FOR 8ALE ONLY BV THE HOLLISTER DRUG CO., Ltd. IfORT STREET. Tlia New Woman Smokes RICHMOND OEM CIGARETTES Richmond Cem Gigarettes 1IEST IN THK MAHKET FOR PURITY Am, FLAVOR FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND CIGAR , DEALERS. M. PHILLIPS & CO., Aganta for Hawaiian Island. Is a Perfect Filter. The filtering blocks used in this filters nro made, from tho Natural Tripoli Stone, quarried from tho mines and turned on special machinery mndo for tho purpose. This stono is tho only Perfect Filtering Medium Known. Impurities never penetrate the surface. Its pores nro so constructed by Nature, that, while allow ing the water to percolate rapidly through them, nil Germs, Microbes and impurities of every description remain on the surface, from which thoy can be easily washed, tho stono remaining white and pure. We QUAitANTEK tho inside of the "SUCCESS" blocks to bo found as pure and clean after years of con stant uso in tho foulest water as it was the day it was made. The Pasteur Germ Proof Filter Co. have adopted. Tripoli Stone, nlso tho D'olton Filter Co. of Europe, who arc tho well-known originators of tho filter busi ness in Europe. Wo claim this sulfioient proof of tho superiority of our Tripoli Stono ns a Germ Proof Filter. Wo have two kinds of .tho "SUCCESS;" The Pressure Filter which is to be attached to the water pipe, nnd tho Gravity Filters, which work without nny pressuro of wntcr. There are Two Principles Involved in tho Use of this Filter: FntST. Filtration i. e., tho removnl of nil insol ublo matter from the water, rendering it clean and. bright. In this the filter is practically perfect. Skcond. Aeration i. e., allowing the air to bo brought into direct contact with tho filtered water, as it will be observed there are no air-escapes, such ns all other filters have. Tho compressed air in tho water pipes is filtered through the stone with the water. This operation tends to oxidize and aerate the filtered water, giving new lifo and vigor to it. In all other filters, scientists ngreo.thnt filtered water lias a flat taste to it. Not-so in this oue. For these reasons, to gether with tho perfect lock joint a-id easy method of cleaning and taking apart, and simplicity of construc tion, theso Filters nro recommended for uso in every house-hold; they have proved a great SUCCESS in Europo nnd tho United States whore they are being sold in great numbers. This lot which came in tho "Aloha" is the first over introduced here, and wo ask all our friends to como and see tho most perfect Filter now in use. E. 0. HALL & SON, Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. "Water. All the product of Trim. Consolidated Soda Water Works Co. Are made from water that has been purified by the Hyatt process. Under this system the water from the wells does not come in contact with the air until drawn into the glass for consumption. All fountains in city that disperse Soda Water supplied by them are filled with this water. PURIFIED WATER. TELEPPONK 71. f '.3f.fr. A'