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THE HAWAIIAN STAP, DHCEMBIiR 9. 1898.
O. G. TRAPHAGJSN, ARCHITECT . 223 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU. Between Fort uud Alnkea. Telephone 734. DR. 0. B. HIGH, DENTIST (Philadelphia Dental College.) Masonic Temple. Tel. 318. OR, A. C, WALL, OR, 0, E, WALL, DENTISTS. OFFICE HOURS, 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. LOVE BUILDING, FORT STREET. C. L. GARVIN, M. D. Ofllcc No. 537 King Street, near Punchbowl. Hours 8:30 to 11 a. m.j 3 to 5 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. in. Telephone No. 448. 1)11. GEO. J. AUUUR Homeopathic Practitioner ana Surgeon, Special Attention Given to Chronic Diseu scs Olllce and Residence: Beretania St., nearly opposite the Methodist church. Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. in. Sundays, 9:30 to 10:30 a. in. Telephone 733. DR. W. E. TAYLOR. Office and Residence, corner Richards nnd Beretanla Streets. Office Hours: 10 to 4 o'clock and evenings. Telephone 517. WILL E. FISHER. Heal Estate Agent and Auctioneer, StocK and Bond Broker LOANS NEGOTIATED. FULL CHARGE TAKEN OF PROPERTY FOR AB SENTEES. Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. T. B, CLAPHAM VETERINARY SURGEON and DENTIST. OFFICE: HOTEL STABLES. Calls, day or night, promptly answered. Specialties: Obstetrics nnd Lameness. mi. "WALTEK HOFFMANN. Corner Bcretania and Punchbowl Sts, Office Hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. in.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays: 8 to 10 a. ni. Tel. 510. T. O. Box 501. WM. A.. LOYE Stocks, Bonds and other Securities. LOANS NEGOTIATED REAL, ESTATE. HONOLULU, H. I. L, F. HJ1 ATTORNEY AT LAW SPRECKELS' BUILDING, ROOM S, UPSTAIRS. Fort Street, Honolulu. HORRIS K. KEOHOKALOLE & LOUIS K. MCGREW. OFFICE: NO. 15 Kaahumanu street, Honolulu; formerly A. Rosa's office. United States Custom House Brok ers, Accountants, Searchers of Ti tles, and General Business Agents. What's Wronsr? Ohi everything, you say. If that's the case, your ner vous system needs toning up. When everything is wrong, there's just one way to right it. Buy a bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine from the druggist. Hewillrefuiidthe money if it fails to benefit. Hook on Heart and Nerves FREE. Dr.Milcs'NervineSith L. C. ABLES, REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT 315 FORT STREET, THE BANK OF HAWAII, LTD, Incorporated under the laws of the Hawaiian Republic. Capital subscribed $400,000.00 Capital paid up 300,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. Chnr. M. Coolte President .1. B. Athcrton Vice President C. II .Cooke Cashier F. C. Atherton Secretary Directors Henry Waterhouse, Tom May, F. W. Macfarlane, E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCnndlcss. Exchange draw non Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Banks in San Francisco and New York and their correspondents throughout the world. Oriental correspondents. The Hongkong nnd Shanghai Bank ing Corporation. The Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. Attention given. to general banking business. Safe deposit boxes for rent by the month or year. THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK LIMI1ED. Sub?cribpd Capital Yen 12,000,00') Up Capital Yen 10..-)00,000 Hesorvo Fund Yen o,'JC0,000 HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. BRANCHES AND AGEXCIK8: Kobe London, Ljous, New York dan Frmclsco, iShaimhuI. Uomtay, Hone Kong. Transact a General Hanking nr.d Kxclianue Business. 1 Agency Yokohama Specie Bank INTEREST ALLOYVED. On fixed deposits for 12 months, 1 per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for 0 months, 3 per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for .". months, a per cent per annum. Interest Allowed by the Head Office at Yokohama: On current deposits, ays per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for 12 months, 7 per cent per annum. GEORGE D. GEAR OFFIC II COR KING AND BETHEL STREETS, SECOND FLOOR. Honolulu, H. I. M. S. GRIN3AUM & CO. Limited. HONOLULU, H. I. Commission Merchants and Importers of General Merchandise. San Francisco Olllce, 218 Front Street. M Republic Bnilfe, Honolulu H I, ESTABLISHED 1853. BISHOP & Co., Bankers, Transact a Gkneral Banking and Exchange Business. Commercial and Traveler's Letters of Credit issued, available in all the principal cities of the world. INTEREST allowed after July 1st, 1898, on fixed deposits: Three months, 3 per cent; six months, nyx per cent; twelve months, 4 per cent. Cr.Aus Spueckels. Wm. G. Iiiwin Clans Spreckels & Co, BANKERS, noNOLULU - - - - n. 1. San Francisco Agents The Nevada Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Bank ot San Francisco. LONDON The Union Bank of Lon don, Ltd. NEW YORK American Exchange Na tional Bank. CHICAGO Merchants Nntional Bank. PARIS Comptoir National d'Escomp te de Paris. BERLIN Dresden Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA Bank of New Zealand. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank of British North America. 1 AT HOME TO MR. AND MRS. WATEIlllOUSE. A Hundred Guests at the Pretty Val ley Residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Y00d. EpitaDle Life Assurance society , OF THE UNITED STATES. -BRUCE CART WRIGHT, General Manager for Hnwnlian Islands M. PHILLIPS & CO. Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of AMERICAN & EUROPEAN DRY GOODS. Corner Fort and Queen Sts. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposits Received. Loans Mnde on Approved Security. Commercial and Travelers Credits Issued. Bills of Ex change Bought nnd Sold. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC COUNTED FOR. OKADA & CO., CONTRACTORS, Builders and House Painters 205 Queen Street. Honolulu, II. I. H. HATAOKA, Carpenter, Contractor, BnlMcr and Cabinet MaRer Has opened a Furniture Store at No. 137 Nuuanu street, where he will be pleased to receive orders for anything in his line. The "at home" ot .Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Wood to Mr. uud Mrs. Henry Wuter house, tlr., held from :):;;i) to .i:8U yes terday afternoon was a pretty social function. Airs. A. Ji. Wood, Mrs. 1). V. t'orbett, Mrs. Henry Wntcrhoiise, Jr., and Miss Martha Alexander com posed the receiving party. The Wood home in Nuutimi valley was prettily decorated for the ail'alr. There was music all afternoon. The following were among the number present: Mrs. Alice llutchingson, Miss Bessie Afong, Mrs. E. R. Adams, Mrs. Wil liam Alexander, the Misses Alexander, Mrs. Helen (1. Alexander, Mrs. S. T. Alexander, the Misses Alexander, .Mrs. (!. J. Andrews, Mrs. .1. !. Atherton, Mrs. C. 11. Atherton, Mrs. (). Atwa tor, Mrs. Hiram llinghani. Mrs. I.jdln Conn, Miss Lizzie Bingham, Mrs. W. A. Ilouen, Mrs. Irene li Brown, Mrs. Wll lnrd A. Brown, Mrs. K. A. Bonner, Mrs. A. F. Ilroek, Mrs. George R. Carter, Mrs. ('. I!. Cooper, Mrs. C. II. Cooke. Mrs. A. Cooke, Mrs. J. P. Cooke. Mrs. Henry X. Castle. Mrs. J. (). Car ter, the Misses Carter, Mrs. A. W. Carter, Mrs. C. L. Carter, Mrs. II. E. Coleninn, Mrs. S. II. Dole, Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. F. W. Damon, Miss May Damon, Mrs George De la Vergne. Mrs. Paul De la Yergne, Mrs. C. W. Diekey, Mrs. P. II. Dodge, Mrs. F. S. Dodge, Miss Edith Eldridge, Mrs. II. S. Ewing, Mrs. Andrew Fuller, the Misses Forbes, Mrs. J. A. Gilman, Mrs. J. V. Girvin, Mrs. W. B. Godfrey, Mrs. O. II. Guliok, Miss Kate Gray, Airs. Sa rah Oilman.' the Misses Carrie and Rhoda Gunn, Mrs. W. W. Hall, Miss Hall, Mrs. II. T. llaysolden, Mrs. T. II. Hobron, Mrs. T. W. Hobrou, Mrs. F. M. Hatch, Miss Knufn.nnn, Mrs. J. .T Hopper, Mrs. C. M. Hyde, Mrs. F. A.' Hosmer, Mrs. A. B. Ingalls, Mrs. If. A. Isenberg. Mrs. E. V. Jordan, Mrs. A. F. Jmld, Mrs. J. A. Kennedy, Mrs. W. M. Kineaid, Mrs. Robert Lewers, Mrs. F. J. Lowrey, Mrs. Henry Laws, Mrs. E. A. Mott-Smith. Mrs. A. E. Xiehols. Mrs. Arthur Pearson, Mrs Edwin Paris, Mrs. Wells Peterson, Mrs. J. S. II. Pratt. Miss S. E. Binder Miss Mary P.urbank, Mrs. C. B. Rip ley, Mrs. Theodore Richards, Miss Margaret Hopper, Miss Madeline Hurt well. Mrs. :. A. Jones, Mrs. Pierre Jones, Miss Agnes Judd, Miss H. S. Judd, Miss I'auahi Judd, the Misses Juliet and Grace King, .Miss Edna hel ie.v. Miss Iliiri-iette l.mvin lit v..i lie M. Lowrey, Miss Marie on liolt. Miss Elizabeth Muther. Miss Edith Mist, the Misses Kate and Lillian I'atv, Mrs. II. W. Peek. Miss llatti,. V....,'l. am. Miss Anna Paris, Mrs. II. lien 's, Mrs. .lohnathan Shaw. Mrs w n .Smith, tile Misses Anna and Helen Sol I'lihon, -Miss E. II. Snow, Mrs. J,. A. 'Iiurston, Miss Mnreia Potter, Mrs. I. D. Tenney, Mrs. T. G. Thrum, Mrs. I. Von Holt, .Mrs. C. Von Itnmni. Mrs. red Watorhouse. Mrs. .1. T Wi.t..... house. Mrs. E. O. White, Mrs. J. M. niimie.v, .miss Ulutney. .Mrs. II. . Wiehman. Mrs. Mare Vi,l,i;ii.,i,i .1... Misses Widdifield. Mrs. K. K. Wilder Mrs. (i. P. Wilder. Mrs. S. 0. Wilder' Miss Helen Wilder. Mrs. Henry Wells' -wis. u. !. Woodward, Mrs. J. O. Young -Miss Florence Carter, Miss Hemp stead, Miss Ella Thrum. Mrs. S. E llishop. Mrs. John Leadingliani. Mrs! William Poster. Miss Northrop, Mrs. I . I honinson. Mrs It !'! 1 li,n.l.. f I.. . Beiiner, Mrs. J. A. MeCandiess, Miss .-. iia.vseiuen, tlie Misses Parke, Mrs. I! I). Walbridge. Miss llenneglinu -Mrs. II. M. Kewnll. t,.u r the Peninsula, Oahu: Mrs. V. II. Itice, i-...iisiNa, uanu; .Miss 'Frances John, son. Peninsula, Oahu; Mrs. C. 1! lilake, Waipahu, Oahu; Mrs. C. m! Cooke, .Mrs. Cruzun, Mrs. Richardson', .. is. w. 1-. r.meison, .Miss Stunbury, Mrs. Win. Haywood. Mr. r 11 nu..i. cock. .Mrs. V. ' i ... Edward M. Sh S. MeGrew, Mrs. .1, y, j0,il more, Mrs. Jordan, the .Misses Jordan, Miss Nellie White. Mrs. II. Custle-Cole-Hill II. Miss Carrii. Siwuv i.....i. Miss Maud rjniild i.... r. ' Pans, Miss Emily Halstc-.d 1.' Vr Swanzy Mrs. M. M. Keott. t'heMiis'es heott, Mrs. Frederick C. Turney, Mrs Hugo Strangenwald, Mrs. J. S." Walk! er, the Misses Gei'ti'iiiL. nn.i 11..1..., t.... dan, Pimahou; .Miss Kelsey, Punaliou;" .hiss iiyue. 1-1 ua 1011: . ru f! (' Tone Mrs. C. Hedeinanii. Mrs. It. W. Andrew! TWO POINTED QUESTIONS AN- SWEKED. What is the use of luakiuir a better article than your competitor if you cannot get a better price for it? Answer. As there is no diUerenee in the price the public will buy only the better, so that while our profits may bo smaller on a single sale they win ue niuen greater 111 the aggre gate. How can you get the public to know your innke is the best'.' 11 Imtb articles are brought promi nently before the public both are cer tain to be tried and the public will very quickly pass judgment on them nnd use the better one. This explains the large gale on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. The people have been using it for years, and have found that it can always lie depended upon. They may occasional ly take up some fashionable novelty nut forth with evnsrgerntod claims, but are certain to return to the one remedy Hint they know to bp re liable, and for coughs, colds and croup there Is nothing equal to Chnmber lnin's Coutrb Remedy. For sale by nil dealers and drutrgists. - Benson. Smith it Co., wholesale agents for the Ha waiian Islands. Now for Xma We have just opened the most complete line of Xmas goods ever displayed in Hono lulu. If you are puzzled about not knowing what you want for a gift, just drop in and look over our lines; the difficulty then ceases. Leather. The line embraces almost all articles suitable for a present. A few we may mention are, Purses, Dressing Cases, Mani cure Sets, Satchels, Music Rolls, Cigar Cases, Card Cases, etc Celluloid. Krom the makers at first cost a beautiful line of Toilet and Dressing Cases, Comb and Brush Sets. Fancy Baskets, Mirrors, Combs, Brushes, Trays, Soap and Puff Boxes. A line you ought to see before purchasing elsewhere. Perfumery. We always feel easy when a custotner asks for Perfumery because we feel that our stock is about complete. We have just imparted the latest special ties of all the leading makers. Palmer's and Lazell Dalley special odors are exquisite. We can furnish these goods in bulk and supply you with a beautiful cut glass bottle. 1 11 1 THE "IMPERIAL" SYMPHONION. Litest Triumph of American Mechanical Genius in Music Boxes. Indestructible Sted Discs. No crumbling of teeth as iu discs made of compositions of zinc. The " Imperial" Symplionioii has a patented fl) -wheel speed regulator, side dampers and doublo comb arrangement,, and the parts of the movements are inters! changeable. CALL AND UK Alt IT AT THE HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. L'D JUST TO HAND FROM EUROPE i5L Large Assormeat of MlftSIOi LI Goods This is the greeting of the OOLDEfj -:- RULE - - BAZAAR 10 ILL THE PEOPLE. Now on Exhibition and for sale by Don't buv vour Books and Toys until you have visited and inspected the stock of the BAZAAR, 316 Fort St. GOODS HE KEWEST. SI 1IIE LOWEST. Why? Because ' we dc business on a closk cash hasis, and Cash Custom ers do not have to make good the credit losses. Cash Customers always get their money's worth at TIIH BAZAAR. 11 fl Ml STOGIE STOGIES Did you ever smoke a Stogie? Two for five cents. -JUST RECEIVED BY- Object of the Valama Co-Operatlve , lirocery company is to enable tne public to get their fjroeeries at sonie like reasonable prlees. A trial order will convlnec you of the truth of what our customers say about Raving money since they com menced to deal with us. PALM CMP, GROCERY CO, Opposite Railway Depot, King Street, Tel. 755. 1". O. Box 009. BRAN, OATS, BARLEY AND HAY. CORNER OF I'ORT ANT) MERCHANT STREETS, HONOLULU. U. IXI-'ALURLH SIOXS. Pence Is undoubtedly lit hand. Ma drid's bull fighters have gone to wnrh nnd this country's prize fighters are making active, preparations. Hawk- Gbristmas, DRVEVS PHOTOGRRPHS UPON IK Colm. Im, Souvenir l'or traits and Views. Silk Handkerchiefs, Fancy Grass Cloths, Silk "Ribbons, Dress Goods, CHINESE SILK, All Colors Woolen Goods, Blankets, Men's Shirts, Shoes, Straw and Felt 1 Tats, all colors Photographic Co., Ltd., Mott Smlth block, cor. Fort nnd Hotel Streets. Also the largest and most artistic collection f Island Views. GHU TIP & CO. NUUANU STREET. J. R. SHAW, D. V Si' Pi i .... Ofllce and Infirmary, 803 King Street. Telephone, 700. Modern and Humane Treatment. WING WO KWAI, Cor. Beretanla nnd Mnunnkea Sts.. Coffee Saloon. Also Healer In General Merchandise. 1). L. A KWAI, Manager. Telephone 500. P. 0. Box U38. UP 10 MIL EUIE USE mm III PARLORS