W. v. wmaiiT,
Fort Bt., opposite Club Htalilos.
FLUMHKRB AND TIN-SMITHS.
BMMEIiUTU & CO.,
227-229 KINO Street.
THii HAWAIIAN STAR, I)HCHMHI R 5. 1897.
FOR YOUR BOY OR GIRL IS A
Does the World I R
ill iam A,
Attorney at Law,
113. Kaahumanu Street.
D LA VERGNE & CASE, '
Attorneys at Law.
206 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU.
cook's nusic SCHOOL
Piano, Voice, Singing and
LOVE BUILDING, FORT bTREET.
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
223 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU,
llutween Fort and Alnkcn.
DR. C. B. HIGH,
(Phlliulolnhla Dental College.)
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
LOVE BUILDING, FORT 3T.
I. MORI, M. D.
OFFICE, Beretanla Street, Opposite
Queen Emma Hall.
RESIDENCE, Arlington Hotel.
Hours: S:00 to 12 m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
Telephone, 944. House Telephone 530.
Dr. t McMillan,
Of the Royal Colleges of Physicians
and Surgeons of Edinburgh, Etc.
OFFICE: Beretania St., Opposite Ha
HOURS: 9 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 and 7 to 8
p. m. Telephone 214.
U. OGbAWA, M. D.,
From 8 to 12 a. m., and
from 7 to 8 p. m.
121 Nuuanu Street, next White House.
TELEPHONE 553 .
DR. LI KHAI FAI.
Olce at Chinese Y. H. C, A.
OFFICE HOURS: 0 a. m. to 7 a. m.
and 7 p. m. to 8 p. m.
MRS. DR. LI KHAI FAI.
OFFICE HOURS: 11 a. m. to 12 m.,
and 7 p. m. to 8 p. "m.
GEORGE D. GEAR
OFFICE COR. KING AND BETHEL
STREETS, SECOND FLOOR.
Honolulu, H. I.
M. S. GrRINBAUM & CO.
HONOLULU, H. I
Commission Merchants and Importers
of General Merchandise,
Ban Francisco Office. 215 Front St.' I
EpitaMc Life Assurance Society
op the United States,
BRUCE CART WRIGHT,
General Manager for Hawaiian Islands.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of
AMERICAN & EUROPEAN DRY GOODS,
Corner Fort and Queen Sta.. Honolulu.
Suits to order. Fty guaranteed. Fine
Duck Suits $5 up; Fine Tweed Pants,
$4.50 up; Fine Suits, $18 up. Clothes
Cleaned and Repaired.
119 KING ST. P. O. Box. 144.
Telephone No. 790.
DKY GOODS, HOOTS, SHOES, Etc.
General Rice Agent for the follow
ing plantations on Oahu: Walplo,
Manana, Walmalu, Kaneohe, Waialua,
Kapalama. Kaneohe Rice Mill best
rice for sale. .Mark L. A.
No. 468 Nuuanu St., Cor. Chaplain St.
P. O. Box 114. Tel. 109.
Look to You
If it looks dark and you have
evil forbodines, blue spells, or
you arc troubled with insomnia,
headaches and a general rest
less fcclinR, j;ct a bottle of Dr.
Miles' Nervine. It will help you.
If first bottle docs not relieve,
your money will be refunded
feet'id1 Dr. Miles'
Sent free by ReStOreS
Dr.Miles Medical tt0 i .
Co., Elkhart, Ind. Ileal III
Sold by Druggists Everywhere
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK
LI Mil ED.
Subscribed Capital I...Yen 12.000,000
Paid Up Capital.... Yen 7,COO,000
Reserve Fund Yen 5,464,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES:
Kobo London, Ljons, New York
dan Francisco, Shanghai.
Bombay, Hong Kong.
Transact a General Banklncr anrt KTclianst
Business. Agency Yokohama Siu clo Hank
New Repblic Building., Houolula H.I.
BISHOP & CO.,
Transact a Grneral Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's Letters
of Credit issued, available in
all the principal cities
of the world.
C, BREWER & CO., LTD,
Qneen St., Honolulu, H. I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea
Sugar Co., Honomu Sugar Co., Wai
luku Sugar Co., Waiheo Sugar Co.
Makeo Sugar Co., Haleakala Ranch
Co., Kapapala Ranch.
Planters' Line San Francisco Packets.
Chaa. Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston
Agents Boston Board of Underwriters
Agents Philadelphia Board of Under
writers. List of Officers :
P. C. Jones President
Geo. H. Robertson Manager
E. F. Bishop Treas. and Secy.
Col. "W. P. Allen Auditor
C. M. Cookk )
H. Waterhousb . Directors
GOO. E. OA.RTRB.... 1
Claus Spheckei.s. Vm. G. Iiiwin
Glaus Spreckels & Co
HONOLULU H. I.
San Francisco Agents The Nevada
Bank of San Francisco.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCC i'ha Nevada Bank
of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of Lon
NEW YORK Amer'can Exchange Na
CHICAGO Merchants National Bank.
PARIS Ccmptoir National d'Escomp
te de Paris.
BERLIN Dresdner Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA
Hongkong and ohangha" Banking
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
BanK of New Zealand.
VICIORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank
of British North America.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
iND' EXCHANGE 3USINESS.
Deposits Received.' Loans Made on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travelers Credits Issue.. Bills of Ex
change Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC
P. C. JONES
EDWIN- A. JONES.
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit and
Stock Brokers and Fire
Stocks and Bonds bought and sold on
commission at the best market rates.
Safe Deposit Boxes to rent by the
month or year. Money, valuable pa
pers and jewelry deposited In one of
these boxes will be safe from burg
lars and Are. Money to loan on ap
proved to security.
Fire Insurance carried on houses,
furniture, etc., at reasonable rates and
I'OI.ICH IIWH AllllKSTKI) TOflt
MUX OX Sl'Sl'ICIOX.
Ni-uvy iiiiinbor of Talesmen Summon
ed to Ltihiiltm Hub Itiiimlng From
Wnlluku to l.nhiiliiM.
Maul, December 4.
For Oriental murders Muni surely
carried ott the palm. To add variety
to the record, a change has been made
this time from Japanese to Chinese.
The murder of tho, Chinese woman in
Wnlluku lust Monday morning was
most shocking and brutal. The ac
count already given that the murder
er was a rejected lover of the mur
dered woman, has not yet been veri
fied. The police are working hard on
tho case, and have four parties In jail
on suspicion. Two are Chinamen,
one of whom is the dead woman's hus
band, and the other two are natives.
It is said Hint the police have reason
to feel sure that, they have the right
man amongst their prisoners.
The December term of the Circuit
Court is on at Lahalua, and the Ha
waiian jury have held forth since
Wednesday. The foreign jury is call
ed for Monday, and there Is much
groaning and gnashing of teeth on "II
parts of the Island, except Lahalun,
and possibly liana, as no jurymen
are called from there. Lnhnlnn is a
pretty place and lias very hospitable
citizens, to whom due praise and cred
it is given, by those fortunate enough
to enjoy their hospitality, and they
are a good many. Hut how about
the majority who have to put up at
the houses of natives and Chinese, and
undergo no end of discomforts. It
seems time, in justice to the whole of
Maul, that court should be held in
Wnlluku, and Wailiiku alone. Xth
the new road from l.aliaina, jurymen
from there can get to Wailuku, al
most as easily as tlitjse from MaU'awao,
and far more so than those from lfa
na. Lahaina of course objects, as ev
ery December court brings consider
able money to the hamlet, but that Is
the only valid reason. Wailuku is the
central place, is most convenient for
all, and has accommodations. It is a
poor policy, that because things have
always been so, they should not- be
changed, and one that Hawaii is fast
outgrowing, to her benefit. So all
Maui, except l.aliaina, hopes that
when the Legislature meets next
Spring, the idea that the Circuit
Court must be continued at Lahalua
will be. entirely outgrown.
Yesterday nil extra panel of twenty-four
jurymen was called to be -it
Lnhnlnn on Monday. So many murder
cases are to be tried that it "was fear
ed the first panel would be exhausted.
The second panel will no doubt be
needed in the SprecUelsville murder
case, to be retried this session, as
many of the first panel sat on it last
year. Amour those called are 1). H.
Baldwin. K. Jl. Carlev. If. A. Wads
worth, C. Tl. Wells, ,T. ,T. Hair, C. II.
Dickey and M. ,'f. MeLane.
On Monday last the household ef
fects of Mrs. AV. F. Mossmau of TCa
hului were sold at action. Mrs. Moss
man moves with her family to Xnhi
ku, where she has taken iip govern
ment land, and will reside.
Tlic Bismarck stable of Wailuku
runs a bus line to Lnliaiua, during the
court term, charging $2.,"0 fare each
way, and has already taken over sev
eral full loads.
The four masted schooner James
Tolbert arrived Tuesday from New
castle with IliOO tons of coal for
Spreckelsville. fjlio presented a pret
ty sight as she sailed along the coast
with all sails set.
GERMAN RAILWAY MUSEUM.
The London Triule Journal saya:
"The managers of the Saxon state
railways are stated to be planning the
establishment of a railway museum,
which will, be located in reserved
rooms of the general building at the
city of Dresden. A vast number ot
exhibits have already been collected,
particularly of models, printed mat
ter and drawings, which partly be
long to the very earliest railway pe
riod, and which for this reason will
probably claim the attention not on
ly of persons conversant with railway
affairs, but of the educated public
generally. When the opening of the
museum will take place is not settled
yet; it is only certain that in th first
instance the close of the Leipzlc In
dustrial Exhibition will be awaited,
because a great portion of the objects
to be put Into the new museum are
at present on exhibition there."
ELECTRIC PROGRESS IN SIAM. "
The London Financial News says:
"The electrical progress of Slum up
pears from the fact that the king's
palace, some of the temples and tho
principal streets of Bangkok are al
ready lighted with electricity, and an
American engineer has formed a syn
dicate and taken over the manage
ment of the work from the govern
ment department, which had been
carrying it on. He has obtained from
the govef nnient a contract to last for
twenty years, with a monopoly of the
electric lighting of Bangkok. The
present capital is 6000 in 100 shares
50 of which are held by American cit
izens, 41 by British subjects, 5 by
Germans and 4 by Siamese. It is
probable, however, thut the capital
will bo Increased four or five times
its present amount and the syndicate
converted into a limited company,
registered as British. 'There should
then, ndds tho report, 'be a good
demand here for electrical appara
tus.' " 1
HIS HANDS WERE TIED.
"Our little boy broko out with ec
zema. Wo wero obliged to tie his
hands to keep him from scratching,
and ho suffered everything. Wo began
giving hhn Hood's Sarsaparllln, and
in a short time his fnco healed, lie
took flvo or six bottles nnd has not
had a sick day since." Olney Soucle,
HOOD'S PILLS are the only pills
to'tako with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Easy
and yet efficient. 4
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x n j "13 m IT
II F "III I
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U sf a s o k: I
We have always endeavored
to furnish our patrons with
Tooth Brushes that give per
fect satisfaction, and will not
lose their bristles a most im
Genuine Bristles are far
better and the cheapest in the
long run. We have just open
ed a line of French and Eng
lish Brushes that will please
Nothing is more disgusting
to experience than using a
tooth brush that sheds its
bristles and causes the opera
tor to gag and spit. We have
brushes that we guarantee
will not shed their bristles.
We give our customers the
benefit of our purchasing all
goods in large quantities
whereby we can. . purchase
goods at a much lower figure
than other dealers.
is a first class Tooth Wash.
Price, 25 cents.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.
Having determined to not only meet
tho great out in prices that is now
tnking place among the Grocers of
this city, but to go them one better,
we invite the attention of housekeep
ers to get our quotations and Inspect
our stock of
Fancy and Staple
We mean business, and will as we
have always been, be not only tho
Best, but the Cheapest
Grocers in the City.
rErwus & co.
has thorn nil
Telephone 240. Free delivery twice
E00K ON & CO,,
311 Nniianti St.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in
Ludloa' unci Genu' Fine SIiooh
Footwear of All Descriptions
Made to Order,
We predict, as it comes near to
that they will be all sold. Better
A Guarantee Stamped on Every Wheel.
Pacific Cycle and Hanufacturing Co.
T. V. KINU, Manager.
WAREROOM IN EHLERS BLOCK, FORT STREET,
Five Carloads of the Justly Famous
All Leers brewed hy the Aiiheuscr-Lusch Brewing Association
nre absolutely of tho highest degree of excellence nttainiible.
Guaranteed to be Absolutely Without Adulteration.
H. HACKFELD & COMPANY.
The Manufacturing Harness Co.
Fort and King Sts.
We carry aud sell only harness
JUST RECEIVED FROM THE FACTORIES .
Henry Clay & Book & Co.
Holliter & Co.,
CORNER BORT A.ND JMERCUANT 8TREET?, HONOLULU, O. I.
J. J. COUQIILIN,
Tel. 228. P. O. Box 322.
PRICE, SI 1.50.
of our own manufacture,
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