THE HAWAIIAN STAR DECEMBER 9, 1898.
The close folding kind,
with or without steel rod.
Puffs, Ascots, Bows, Clubs,
The biggest and best variety
FANCY WOOL SWEATERS
LADIES' LEATHER HAND-
B VGS something real nice.
MEN'S LEATHER BELTS,
HEN'S FANCY HALKjHOSE,
LINEN AND SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
Fort and Merchant Streets.
Dept. of Public instruction . . . . I'iirp f
'Kiniinee Ollleo '1KC ft
.lames I'. Morgan Tajjo
Pressman, Star olllco Page S
K. O. Hull & Son, Ltd I'Mtfe "
L. II. Kerr l'ff' 4
lloliron Drnjf l'a l'l,r 8
Young man who can feed job
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
lllls or L'arasrraiihs thai (ilvc Con
densed Notes of tho Day.
can be obtained frcm the
Hawaiian Seed Store.
George Andrews has established a
branch of Trumblo & Tieebe's at his
King street store where samples of
ll kinds of Seeds may be obtained.
A limited quantity kept in stock.
Orders taken for any amount.
King Street. Telephone 48 J.
.RACKETS, - , l
y DUMB BELLS,
Everthing in the line of
A present of this kind not
uly gives a child pleasure, but
conduces to a stronger and
tetter tnauhood and woman
Thood. That physical health is
great aid to moral health is
mow recognized by all intelli
gent people. We have a line
of Athletic Goods suitable for
call ages and will be pleased to
5hov them to any who may
Rudolph Banning is again visiting
tln eit from California.
C. V. Walton, wife and son, of Pa
hala plantation, is in town.
Company I) will have a little "relax
ation" after drill this evening.
F. S. Dodge and son returned from
a trip to Hawaii this morning.
The wife and child of 'F. A. Jacobs,
the insurance man, armed by the .lo
Kepresentative .i. u. runs uu
from Kona tills afternoon to attend
to some law business.
Mrs. (limn will have another gener-
iil ilmwi- for tho benefit of her classes
in Progress hall this evening.
Full iKirticulars in tomorrow's Star
of the great auction sale by .lames F.
Morgan of $0,000 worth ol rugs.
M. It. Macfarlanc. who has been
working in Mr. Coerper's store at Ho.
lunlon. Kona. is down on a vacation.
Mrs. Slater, wife of the captain oi
the bark Wilna, and Miss Clare, her
guest, arrived in that vessel this morn
,nk . ..
Alexander oung ami wile win ic
turn again by the steamer sailing on
February 1st to their home in California.
E. O. Hall & Son have a full line of
juvenile wheels, just the tiling for
Christmas nresents, and they sell at
$28 to $:i:.
Sealed tenders for a three room
school building at Makawao, Maui, are
asked for by the Minister of Public In
Barring the lack of room there was
an excellent rehearsal of the Amateur
orchestra at Bergstrom's music store
Passengers b, the Garonne thank
ed Professor Merger last evening for
the. concert given in their behalf a
the Hawaiian hotel.
The Minister of Finance gives ofli
cial notice in this issue of certain
bonds on which interest ceased on
November 27, 1S!)8.
On account of the failure of a quo
ruin to appear there was no meeting
ol the commissioners of education
There will not be a meeting this af
ternooii of Sunday school superintend
cuts anil teachers, the .Necdhain rei
val meeting interfering.
The Hobron Drug Company handle
only the hast mini Kodaks. 1 hey con
sider them satisfactory in every way
Prices range from $.") to .$X1.
Mniuigt'i J. Hi . i.-. , ,;i gne a i'lviiou
dinner and dance at ihc Hawaiian lin
tel tomorrow eu'liing, in honor of the
passengers by the (iaronnc.
Tomorrow 'at 11 o'clock a. in., .lames
F. Morgan will sell at auction, on the
premises, the lease of the store room
occupied by II. W. Schmidt Jt Sons.
L. B. Kerr has a fine display of mil
linery goods at his Queen street store,
and is quoting prices upon other
goods that cannot fail to attract buy
ers. Thco. F. Lansing leaves by the Gae
lic today to join his family in Califor
nia. Mrs. Lansing has lieen attend
ing to the education of her children
on the coast.
Charles Ilesserer. proprietor of the.
Walla Walla I'nion and Journal, the
leading daily paper of that section of
the state of Washington, is one of the
passengers by the Garonne.
Preparations are about complete for
the opening of tlie Orpheuni theater,
tomorrow evening. Seats are on sale
at the Pacific Cycle and Manufactur
ing Company's store, Fort street.
Professor Koebeie and Commissioner
of Agriculture Clark will probably
leae by the Kinau next Tuesday for
Hawaii to examine the blight "com
plained of on the coffee trees of Ohm.
A responsible firm will hire the cel
lar of the Schmidt premises, King
street, from any purchasing' the lease,
which is to lie sold tomorrow, and will
pay 1." per cent of the bonus price and
The native Hawaiian employes of
the Honolulu Iron Works, through
Iheir committee, have sent a letter fo
the management asking that the cus
tom of advancing wages on the Satin-,
days between pay days be continued.
The Tokyo council Iuih decided to
have a street railway. The motive,
power is to be supplied by compressed
air. Several prominent .lapauese ofli
cials having seen Pain's mules and suf
fered from their own, decided against
animal traction. The scheme is fo be
financed by $:i,()00,()00 of city bonds at
7 per cent.
During my absence tfromythe I
lands. Dr. C. L. Garvlir will have
charge of my practice and act in all
F. R. DAY, M. D.
Honolulu, December 3, '898.
POWER OF ATTORNEY,
During my absence from the Is
lands Lee Tonia & Co. have full power
of attorney to act for me.
IjHK ius JvWUI.
Honolulu, December ., 189S.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Notice is hereby given that at the
annual meeting of the Oahu Sugar
Company, Limited, held in Honolulu,
November 2S, 1S98, the following offi
cers nnd directors were elected to
serve for the ensuing year:
LIST OF OFFICERS:
Paul Isenberg, President.
B. F. Dillingham, First Vice Presi
M. P. Robinson, Second Vice Presi
.T. F. Hackfeld, Treasurer.
Ed. Suhr, Secret ay.'
W. F. Allen, Auditor.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
S. C. Allen. F. .T. Lowrey, W. Wolt
ers, .T. A. MeCandiess: and cx-officio:
Paul Isenberg. B. F. Dillinghnm, M. P.
lloliinson, ,1. F. Hackfeld, Ed. Suhr.
Tlie Honolulu Bicycle Company has
removed from -109 Fort street, to
room in tlie Arlington block, Hotel
street, where they will be pleased to
sec old patrons. Only first class goods
handled, and first class work turned
out by their repair department.
A. G. HITCHCOCK,
Greatest Show on Earth
vr g rylb o dy Welcome,
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY,
- I'ORT STRHBT.
Is showing the Latest in
MUSLINS and SWISSES
For Dresses and Drapery.
The latest in
Fnncy Swiss and Silk Curtains
The latest in
Iluillod Organdy Curtains.
The latest in
The latest in
The latest in
And the latest in the Art of
Fine Dress Makihg.
:W-WFAniLY THEATER. KH
T. V. KING Lessee
11 V THE CLEVEREST ARTISTS OF
NEW SOXGS. NEW DANCES.
ALL STAR PERFORMERS.
Reserved seats on sale at Pacific
Cycle & Mfg. Co.'s.
Doors open at 7:30. Performance at 8.
Reserved chairs, One; general ad
To-niiiT(MV, Siilunlsiy, Dec 10
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M..
At the Store of Messrs. II. W. Schmidt
it Sons. 1 will Sell at Public Auction
tile Lease of tlie aboe premises.
Lease has Two Years and Five
Mouths to run at a monthly Rental of
Also at the same time and place
will be sold
1 IARGE SAFE
Store Fixtures, elc. ejc.
WILL I'.E SOLD AT AUCTION
Date of sale and further particulars
in to-morrow's issue of Hawaiian
PROFESSOR RICHARDS' CONCERT.
There was a special rehearsal last
evening by the Hawaiian Choral So
ciety of music to be presented in the
opera house on tlie evening of De
cember 27th. A number of addition
al musicians of the city who have vol
nntecred their services were present
and assisted. The concert will be for
the benefit of native charities. It will
be an extensive ail'air, one of tlie lead
ing entertainments of the holidays.
HI I III
The public is notified that I have
sold out my grocery and merchandise
business to Wing Chan Co., and all
bills against me must be presented
before December 15, 18DS.
S. S CO.'S STEAMSHIP
You are told that "there is no
Kodak but the Eastman Kodak."
'. 1in,w11r rmU Knutninn IvndnUs.
, V 1 1 I . . v 1 1 1- j 1 1 . j j ..... ....... .
Their goods are a guarantee of
quality. We nave tnem irom 5
tn St;, and whether vou buv- the
lowest priced instrument or the
highest, they will be lound just as
renresented." Kodaks make the
best of Holiday Presents, accept
able to either sex.
F.nstmnn Films are crood Films
That is the reason we handle them
I'xr.lusivelv. You will always find
our Films fresh, and fresh Films
insure the best work.
Developing and Printing.
Alnnv amateurs cniov the work
of developing and printing. There
are ot bers wlio nave not inc lime
or inclination to do the work them
selves. We make a specialty of
tbk br.mcli nf the Kodak business.
Our customers are kind enough to
say we turn out better work than
they get elsewhere. We take
pride in this department of our
business. "Every Film developed
carefully. If our photographer
Imcls you are making mistakes nc
will correct you. 1 nat s a very im
portant advantage. Let us show
you what we can do.
Hobron Drug; Co.
Headquarters for Eastman Kodak
Will Sail from HONOLULU for
, December 12
At 2 O'clock P. M.
There will be future monthly
service between these ports.
For Passage or information con
cerning Freight Rates apply to
212 Fort St.
Newly furnished rooms in private
house, flesi rli lilo loeiiflmi wltlt m
without board. Call at Star office. AGENTS.
The kind to use on a rainy day. A
new line just to hand.
UrOiil lei Belts
Wo are making alterations in an
ticipation of a new and largo stock
soon to arrive.
Tw. 15. TRACY.
T. 0. 0. F. Uuliding, Fort Street.
(From the Scientific American.)
"Many assumed bicycle manufactur
ers simply buy parts nnd do their own
assembling. But for the production
of the absolutely high grade Ameri
can bicycle, a factory is required
which will turn out practically all of
the parts of the -wheel manufactured,
for unless such is done one concern
cannot be nnswcrnble for the perfec
tion of the whole machine.
'We select as the representative of
such a factory the works of the Black
(Manufacturing Company, of Erie, Pa.,
a company which produce the highest
grade of wheel and which put It on.
the market purely on its merits with
out the adventitious advertisement
of paid riders. The wheel made by
this company, the Tribune bicycle,
embodies the best possible practice
and is correspondingly free from all
structural variations or unproved
Eakin & Whitman.
Sole Agents for tlie Hawaiian Islands.
311 FORT STREET.
We have just received on the Wilder,
a large consignment of
Coning Body Phaetons
And Otlier Velaicles.
Honolulu Carriage Manufactory
613 and 615 Fort Street.
W. W. WRIGHT. Proprietor.
Island orders carefully and promptly attended to.
Enormous s Display
Monday, December tla, 'OS
Toys, Porcelain Ware, Crockery,
Silks, Pajamas, Kimonos,
Our largo stock and amplo room for displaying goods makes
us headquarters this season for Japanese Goods.
Robinson Block. XWM&BSI.
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