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TUB (HAWAIIAN S1-AR, DKCHMBHR. ., 1897.
) Grand Continuance Sale! j Tlhe Highest Grades of Shoes at Half Regular Prices. E WILl HI PERMIT IIS JVe Save You from on Every Pair of Shoes. See our Circular Price List. FAIRCHILD'S HONOLULU SHOE HOUSE 426 and 426 Fort Street, corner of Hotel Street. E. J. flURPHY and J. S. LYNCH, managers. temple of Fashion is still tle Temple of Greater Bargains CALL IN AND THE TEMPLE Fort Street, Honolulu. I CI- SlltS, LTD. Fort. Street, near Hotel. Tel. 477. ' Livery Bonrdingand" Sales Stables. Prompt Service. Stylish Turnouts. Safe Drivers. AA'e are especially equipped to cater to your trade. Fair dealing and good service is what we depend upon to get it. Hack Stand Telephone, No. 319. Hacks Nos. 45, 02, 63, C5, 70. 73, 07. C. H. BELLINA, Manager. THE EAGLE HOTEL. Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, H. I. H. KLEMME, PROPRIETOR. Board and Lodging. KATKS-Hoanl anil Lodging, 87.00 and 367.00 ler Week. Neat and Airy Rooms, Newly Fur nished. Tabled Unexcelled in .the City. German and, American Cooks. Telephone 807. P. O. Box 70. , BEAVER LUNCH ROOM. Fort Street. - Opposite Wilder & Co. H. J. NOLTE, Prop'r., Firrt-Class Lunches served with Tea. ColIe Bods. Water, Ginger Ale or Milt. Smokers' Requisites a Specialty. We Are Not. Afraid You Won't Be Pleased with our 'PHOTOS. They're the daintiest photos "we niata. Just like steel engravings and fin ished on new Imported mounts. AVe've some new styles nnd sizes now. AVe make a specialty of Child ren's Photos Especially babies. Williams' Art Sfuiio. Fort Street. Honolulu, . Wing Hing Loy Co. Importers and Dealers in ENGLISH, AMERICAN AND CHINESE Dry Goods. Dressmaking a Specialty. Silt HanfltercMefs, Laces. Men's ami Boy's Clothing. Hats and Shoes Nuuanu St., Bet. King fthd;Hptel Sta. Telephone 157. 10 NAME EVERY 40 to 60 per cent Cheapness, Tons upon tons of new goods fresh Jand new, just received' by the Australia, and personally selected by Mr. Silva, enables us to offer than Ever Before. BE CONVINCED. OF FASHION, We offer the largest assortment of goods ever shown, suitable for Christmas Presents, girls" ' :MW' " Ask to see (hefore you write to San ta Clans) tho Dolls just landed from, the Aorangi; Dressed in the Latest Parisian Fashions. Cradles, and Bedsteads of endless variety. . , , ! Tricycles, Doll Carriages, Doll Out fits', Bathrooms, Etc. , BOYS Look at the AA'ngons, Hocking Hors es, Velocipedes, Bagatelle' Boards from 50 eents to $30.00 each, Ten-Pins, Mar bles nnd,. Tops in great variety, 'few est kinds of Steam and Sail Boats, In steel and wood, Tool Chests, Gims, Klondike (lames, and .indeed every thing you may want, you can get. Four to Twenty Button Ladies' Kid Gloves, ex AA'arrimpo. Purses, Bags, Caid Cases, Etc. Laces in Real Maltese and Valenci ennes, Ifoniton, Duchess nnd Tortlon. lieu 1 Lace and Pine Embroidered Handkerchiefs. Ladies' , Pure Linen Hemstitched lOlttdker'chiefS, from $1.25' -per dozeii upward. '' 4 " . Gents' Pure Linen Hemstitched Hnndkerchiefs. Itibbons in Recherche designs. FORT No. lO STREET CflESNEY W, EWING, Portrait Artist. Specialties : AA'ater Coloring, Free Hand Crayons, Minature Painting on Celt lulold for Jewelry, Porce lain, etc. AVith Williams' PMoppli Parlors, FORT STREET, jJIONOLUT.U. ' Honolulu Sanitarium. 1082 King St. Telephone 039. A quiet, liygienic home, where inva lids can obtain treatment, consisting of Massage, "Swedish Ifovement," Baths (both Electric and Russian) ad ministered by Trained Nurses, f DR. C. L GARVIN. In Charge. DR. S. C. RAND,' Manager.' ' Treat Your " Best Friend 95 tlic horse, to the best of liny, oats, brnn, etc.,, and ho will prove grateful by performing falthftit work. The best of horse ami cnttle food Is found here. Whether you desire n sninll or large quantity let us hnve your order we quote the lowest retail nnd wholesale prices In the city 1 A trial order Is solicited. CALIFORNIA FEED CO. Telephone 121. Extends an Invitation to Everybody to call and take a look at the many beautiful lines of Holiday Goods now displayed. Up-to-date Books by Popular An-1 thors; Handy Classics in New and Dainty Bindings; a full line of Bibles, Testaments and Prayer Books; Artis tic Christmas Cards, Calendars and Booklets. Christmas Cards made on Hawaiian Bamboo; beautiful Napkin Kings; Paper Knives and Cribbagp Boards made of Hawaiian Woods, Souvenir Tins and Cuff Buttons and Hawaiian Picturesque Postal Cards. Dolls ! Dolls ! Dolls ! Toys to suit everybody. Prices the Lowest. Come and take a look whether you wish to buy or not. AA'e will take the chances of making a customer of you after you have visited The Golden Rule Bazaar. J.'M. AVEI1I1. Fort Street. ON HAND, i a shipload ot Nitrate of Soda an excellent fertilizer for and in the dry season. Advance orderafiled as re- ceied from the Avharf. I l For further details address A. F. COOKE, Proprietor. P. O Box 1U0. Honolulu. Correspondence solicited. a small shipment of strictly high grade We were" fortunate in secur ing them at a very low figure and we shall offer them at the very low price of fSOG.OO. These wheels are Absolutely Dust Proof and Oil Retaining. , . Call and examine and be convinced. is the most completely equipped of any in tue ctty, our work un equalled, and no "boy mechanics" are employed. Honolulu Bicycle Co. Tel. 909. r 409 Fort St. Hawaiian Curios. Kapn, Calabashes, Leis, Native Hats, nulu Skirts, Nlihau Mats, Fans, Shells., Etc. Home -Made Pol. Guava and Poha .Jnnn and Jellies constant on baud at the WOMAN'S EXCHANGE. Telephone O.'.O.' 215 Merchant St! (IE IE B 1 i'i NEW AnVKHTlSOKXTH. 1NVHSTM Iv.N'l' XOTICK. A gentleman wllh capital desires to learu of tin opportunity to purchase or to Imcst In an cslnbilshed business that will bear thorough Investigation. All coiniininlcatloim strictly coiifldcn tlal. Address, , BUSINESS, ('are Star Olllee. ELIX'TIOX OF OFFICERS. At. the annual meeting of the 'stock holders of tin Hawaiian Sugnr Com pany, held tills day, the following of ficers were elected for the euing year: H. P. Baldwin. President. a. X. Wilcox, Vice President. W. (t. Trwin, Treasurer. 1 ' W. L. Hopper, Secretary. The above together with It. Catton, .T. F. Uackfeld anil F.. .). Lowrcy con stitute the Hoard of Directors. W. L. HOPPER, Secretary. Honolulu, December 0, 18!)7. ELECTION OK OFFICERS. At. the niinual meeting of the Chi nese Hospital, held on the 1st of De cember, the following officers were ,elected to serve for the ensuing year: Clin (Jem, President. AVong Wa Foy. Vice President. AA'ong Clinw, Treasurer. L. Ahlo. Assistant Treasurer. Joseph (loo Kim, English Secretary. Lam Kam Chin. Chinese, Secretary. The above named otlicers also con stitute the Hoard of Directors of the Hospital. .10SEIMI CiOO KIM, Seeretarv. Honolulu, December (5, 1897. TO KENT. The A 1 fireproof two story brick building on lower Fort street known as the Union Ice Company's building. Apply to HAAA'AIIAN ELECTRIC CO. TO LET OK LEASE. The Bell Tower premises om Union street. Apply to . J. M. MOXSARRAT. I. W. MARTJXOPl?. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT. ' "THE QUEEX," Nuuanu St. Books experted, new sets of books opened, accounts examined, differen ces adjusted, etc. For many years connected with the, Anglo-Californian Bank, Ltd., of San Francisco, Cnli. Reference: Messrs. Bishop & Co. FOR SALE. l An estate in Manoa Valley, contain ing 'a superficial nrei of nine and three-fourths acres Is for sale at a bargain. Portion of land is in taro. I The holding is leased to See Lin for fifteen years from December 2!), 18!)2, t at $10,0 per nullum. I Apply to A. S. Humphreys, corner of King and Bethel streets. Upper. A CARD. I . TO THE PUBLIC OK HONOLULU: i j During my illness,- Mr. J. .7. -Byrne, who for the past two months Jias ta- , ken charge of my grocery business, j will continue as manager. ; Thanking you for past patronage, j and soliciting a continuance of-same, P. J. VOELLER. Honolulu, Deeiiiber4lr 1897. For Sale. v The lease and furniture of a first class hotel, live minutes walk from the postolllee. Completely furnished. Pos session given Immediately. Every room at present-occupied. For.artic ulnrs apply at Star ofilce. On Exhibition and Sale at King Bros. Art Rooms, Hotel St. Following is a list of subjects: 1 figging. 2 A Winter Evening. I! A Gray Day. i Forest Road. .' Solitude. (i Homeward. 7 Return of tlie Flock. S Cattle and Landscape. !) Scene in Holland. 10 Xearing Home. 11 Evening Drink. ' 12 Christmas Morning. 13 Const of Holland. 14 Midsummer Aft. 15 Above the Bay. 10 The Old Home. 17 In the Mendow. IS Eve in San Lorenzo. 19 Morning in San Lorenzo. 20 Autumn, Lake George. The,te ftictures are of the best of Mr. Fisher's works, which enjoy a world wide reputation for excellence. The exhibition will last for a limited time only. Other works by local Artists arp also on exhibition. King Bros. Art Store, ; ' t ib' Hptel Street. i I Kill dooms DKATII SKNTHXCUS POSTI'OXKI) 1 Tl I.I. AVUDXKSDA V, I Large Crowds in the Court. Kooni this Morning Criminal Cases Passed Oi er Divorce Cases on Saturday. When Hie special term of the First Circuit. Court eoiiened this morning, the court room was crowded with Ha wnlinns, who expected to hear the death sentences passed on the heads of Kapeu and Kaio, the Klnuu mur derers. Jn tills they weru disappointed, for Judge J'erry postponed the date of the sentence until AVednesday morning, when Alex. (5. M. Kobertson, their -it-lorncy, who Is now attending the Maul circuit court, will be present. Tlie criminal cases were passed ov er by Judges Perry and Stanley, who presided on the, bench. It was also announced that the eight divorce eas es on the calendar would be heard on Saturdays during the speclnl term. Principal among these eases are ('has. J. Fnneuph against Ida M. Fnneuph; Isabel H. Davis against Foster A. Da vis; E. C. Habron against Kikaalaui; Mary K. Mooney against ltobert Moo ney. The; hearing of the case of Leihola against. I'aakaula is now before Judge Stanley. The suit is an action on a contract. The assumpsit case of A'. H. Cum mins against C. Holt, was started be fore Judge Perry tills afternoon. Tlie cases of .Alary E. Poster against, John McCiuire, J. 1). Spreckels against A. 0. Hayes and others, over the Sans Souci property, were continued over until tlie February term. A confession of judgment was not ed in tlie case of Joseph Kahaokanio ku against O. Forsythe. Tho suit brought by the Minister of the Interi or against, the Trustees of tlie Bishop estate was reported settled. Till) AMAKAl'OORA. Word was received by tile Rio de .Janeiro that the British steamship Ainarnpoora, bound from A'nneoiiver, H. C.,' to Tien-tsin, has been obliged to put into Yokohama, with her pro peller out of order. The extent of the damage is not yet known. The Ama rapoora is one of the most unfortu nate ot vessels, and has a record for disasters and delays hardf to equal. She has been libeled repeatedly and her every voyage is delayed by some disaster of a more or less serious na ture. aa'ill mi:i:t raxear. Kino Keo, the champion Island swimmer, who defeated Dan Ranear, the Chicago wonder, in a match re cently, today notified The Star that he would accept the hitter's challenge for a hundred yard contest. TOOK UP HIS EARLY LIFE. . " There was a good audience at tlie evening service in Palauia chapel on yesterday, Rev. John M. Lewis, the pastor, speaking on tlie early life ot Christ. STOAA'AAVA Y CA PTUKICD. Tho steamship Australia arrived in port bringing a deserter from the United States steamer ltenningtoii nnd two stowaways, says a recent Chronicle. The deserter was Heurlch Seheller, who had left Uncle Sam's service, as he claimed, in or der to get a chance to make a little money for himself. He deserted in Honolulu, nnd before the Australia sailed a hue and cry had been raised, and police oflleers were searching for him high and low. He fooled them nil, and was found hidden underneath a bunch of bananas when the1 Austra lia was well out to sea. He was here turned over to the commander of the Oregon. The stowaways were Fred Macau ley and Fritz Customs, two San Fran cisco boys, who had gone to .Honolulu with the intention of getting work on a sugar plantation. They failed, and being destitute they determined to hide themselves on board the next San Francisco bound vessel. They were turned loose ns soon ns the Australia Wan mndo fi'-t. " . SALE QF .FANCY ARTICLES. . MRS. GEO. E. BOARDMAN will open her' annual Christmas -Sale of useful and fancy articles, comprising Cushions, Sachets, Center Pieces, Etc.,' in fine silk embroidery, on AA'ednes day, the 1st Inst.,- at her residence, Knpiolnni, corner of Lunnlilo' street. PREITY CHRISTMAS S, . SOUVENIRS OF HAWAII. Photo Company, Ltd. MOTT-SM1TH BLOCK. Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets. NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS AATAI LUKU SUGAR COMPANY BONDS. Notice is hereby given by the under signed on behalf of the Company, that the AVailuku Sugar Company will take up on the 1st of January, 1898, all its outstanding bonds, and the bondhold ers are hereby notified that they shall present such bonds at the office of C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., agents for re demption, on said Jnnuary 1, 1808, and that tho said bonds will not bear in terest after that' date. GEO. n. ROBERTSON, Treasurer AA'olluku Sugar Co. Dated, Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1807, x Tired AA'lthont exertion, wenk, wenry nnd do pressed. This Is the pltinhlu condition of thousand fit this season. It li duu to Impoverished blood. The vltnl llultl has become londcd with Impurities and de pleted in quality. It leaves tho i..:tem Wea Bccauso the blood Is tho means nature pro vides for supplying nerves, organs nnd tissues with nourishment, and health and vigor cannot bo expected when the blnod is thin and Impure. Hood's Sarsap irilla Is the remedy for this weakness, beciusa it enriches the blood. It cures Nervous Troubles by feeding the nerves upon pure, rich blood. It overcomes th.it tired feeling, creates an appetite nnd glvps re freshing sleep. It you want to feel well you must hnve pure blood. You nmy have pure blood and good health by tj sing Hood's Sarsnparilla, which, by Us un equalled record of cures has woi . he irst place among medicines. Get only Sarsaparilri a Tlie One True Wood Purifier. All druggists. $1. Prepared omy by C. I. Hood S Co., Lowell, Mass. Hrr-J'c DMIc easy to buy, e.w to take, easy toonemte. 25c. llobron Drug Company WHOLESALE AGENTS. J. T. Waterhouse If you ish to get your groceries fresh and cheap, give us a trial and AVe will endeavor to show you Avhat Ave can do in this line. Now that Christ mas is draAving near it Avill pay you to call , and inspect our stock. We suggest the following Avhich help to make a Christmas dinner a suc cess. Fresh Cranberries and Apples. Cranberry Sauce in Bottles and tins. Guava Jelly. , , , Olives. Fresh Apple Cider.' j Fresh Lemons. ' ' Hams. 1 Asparagus. Corn. California, nnd French-Peas.' Boiled Cider for Making Mince Pies. Lemon, Orange, Citron and Mixed PecL Spices. Mince Meat. Morton's nnd Atmore's 'Pliim Puddings. Bottled Pie Fruits. Nuts and Raisins. Morton's Cnndies, Etc., Etc., Etc. J. I. QUEEN STREET. $45 $45 Beware of second hand rattle traps at any price, when you can get new wheels guaranteed at $45 - A few left. Call early. Honolulu Cyclery 231 KING ST I Opp. Arlington Hood's WI $45 $45