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THE HAWAIIAN STAP, DECEMBER 19. 1898.
O. G. TRAPHAGEN, 23 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU. Rctwcen Fort and Alakea. Telephone 734. DR. O. B. HIGH, DENTIST (Philadelphia Dental College.) Masonic Temple. Tel. 318. OR, A. C. ILL, DR. 0, E, WALL. DENTISTS. OFFICE HOURS, 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. LOVE BUILDING, FORT STREET. C. L. GARVIN, M. D. Offlce No. 537 King Street, near Punchbowl. Hours 8:30 to 11 a. m.; 3 to 5 p. ra.; 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone No. 448. DR. GEO. J. AUGUR Homeopathic Practitioner and Surgeon. Special Attention Given to Chronic Diseases. OiHce and Residence: Beretnnia St., nearly opposite the Methodist church. Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 4 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 9:30 to 10:30 a. m. Telephone 733. DR. W. E. TAYLOR. Office and Residence, corner Richards and Beretania Streets. Office Hours: 10 to 4 o'clock and evenings. Telephone 517. Tho healthy slave Is happier and yets more comfort out of life than tho king who suffers from a dis eased body. One-fourth of tho In habitants of tho U. S. have diseased hearts. Are you awaro that Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Restores Health? And that it is sold by all druggists under positive guarantee- that if first bottle fails to benefit money will bo refunded. Book on Heart and Nerves sent free, postpaid. Dr. Miles Medical Co., ELKHART, IND. WILL E. EISHEK. THE BANK OF HAW, LTD, Incorporated under tho laws of the Hawaiian Republic. Capital subscribed $400,000.00 Capital paid up 300,000.00 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. Char. M. Cooke President J. B. Atherton Vice President C. 11 .Cooke Cashier F. C. Atherton Secretnry Directors Henry Wntcrhousc, Tom May, F. YV. Mncfnrlanc, E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandlcss. Exchange draw non Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Banks in San Francisco and New York and their corresxondents throughout the world. Oriental correspondents. The Hongkong nnd Shnnghai Bank ing Corporation. The Chnrtered Bank of India, Australia nnd China. Attention given to general banking business. Safe deposit boxes for rent by the month or year. Heal Estate Agent and Auctioneer, Stock and Bond Broker THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK LIMITED. Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,00 ram up capital.. Yen iu.auu,uuu Reserve B'und Yen t5,960,OW) HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA. 1.0 ANS NEGOTIATED. FULL CHARGE TAKEN OF PROPERTY FOR AB SENTEES. Corner of Fort1 and Merchant Streets. T. B, CL1PHAM VETERINARY SURGEON and DENTIST. OFFICE: HOTEL STABLES. Calls, day or night, promptly answered. Specialties: Obstetrics and Lameness. BRANCHES AND AGENCIES: Kobe London, Ijous, New York San Francisco, siianKtiul. Uotubay, Hone Kong. Transact a General Banklnc and Exchange Business. Agency Yokohama Specie Bank DR. WALTER HOFFMANN. Corner Beretania and Punchbowl Sts. Office Hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays: 8 to 10 a. m. Tel. 510. P. O. Box 501. INTEREST ALLOVED. On fixed deposits for 12 months, 4 per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for 0 months, sys per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for 3 months, 3 per cent per annum. Interest Allowed bv the Head Office at Yokohama: On current deposits, 5Vi per cent per annum. On fixed deposits for 12 months. 7 per cent per annum. F. ATTORNEY AT LAW SPRECKELS' BUILDING, ROOM 5, UPSTAIRS. Fort Street, Honolulu. T. McCANTS STEWART, (Formerly of the New York Bar.) Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Room 5, Spreckels' Building, 305 Fori Street, Honolulu. flORRIS K. KEOHOKALOLE & LOUIS K. MCQREW. OFFICE: No. 15 Knahumanu street, Honolulu; formerly A. Rosa's office, United States Custom House Brok ers, Accountants, Searchers of Ti tles, and General Business Agents. L. C. ABLES, HEAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL AGENT 315 FORT STREET, GEORGE D.GEAR OFFICE: COR. KING AND BETHEL STREETS, SECOND FLOOR. Honolulu, H. I M. S. G1UNBAUM & CO. Limited. HONOLULU, H. I. Commission Merchants and Importers of lieneral Merchandise. San Francisco Office, 215 Front Street. EpitaMe. Life Assurance society OF THE UNITED STATES. BRUCE CARTWIUGHT, General Mannger for Hawaiian Islands M. PHILLIPS & CO. Wholesale Importers and Jobbers of AMERICAN & EUROPEAN DRY GOODS Corner Fort and Queen Sts. M. W. McChisniy & Sons. 'Wholesale Grocers anil Dealers Leather nnd Shoo Findings. in Agents Honolulu Soap Works Com pany nnd Honolulu Tannery. HR ON I BIG ISLAND MACHINERY FOR THE HAMAKl'A PLANTATIONS. Japanese Drowned in Hithuliiu Gulch Coffee in Ohm llllo Notes Per sonal Mention. It Is learned on good imthorlty that W. C. 'Peacock & Co. will proceed with the erection of their long purposed llllo block so soon as the weather will permit. The entire indebtedness of the Hllo Foreign church has been paid off. The amount was $1,600. Among the sub scriptions were: Theo. II. Davles, $1,000; Alexander Young, $1,000; J. A. Scott, C. C. Kennedy and Mrs. C. C. Kennedy. $500 each. N. C. Wllfong went to Honolulu by this Klnnu. Ills duties in the mean while will be performed by George Williams,. of Kallmann, who' will suc ceed him as tax collector. C. A. Galbrnith left for Honolulu last night to attend the supreme court. Among other business which he has In hand Is the tax appeal case of the Olaa coffee planters. The engagement of Miss Ollie Mayd well to Dr. Phillip Rice is announced. The wedding will take place on De cember 30th. Samples of Ob 1 sugar cane were sent to Honolulu bv Inst night's Klnau for examination by capitalists who are interested in the scheme of (level, oping a sugar plantation in that dis trict. Norman Kay arrived by the steamer Hawaii last Saturday from Honolulu, to accept the position of engineer at Wnlnkea mill. Mr. Kay has been in the drafting department of the Hon olulu Iron Works for some time, and comes highly recommended. On Stindny of last week a Jap, while riding down llnkalau gulch got too near to the nialiiii sido'of the road, and horse and rider toppled over the embankment into the stream below. The horse escaped without injury but the rider, in falling, struck his' head on n stone, stunning himself, nnd be fore assistance nrried was drowned. Coffee is rapidly ripening in Olaa under the influence of the hot, dry weather. Tanks are also becoming rapidly depleted, and the webs be tween the toes of the inhabitants (of the district, not the tanks) are becoiu. ing dry and parchment like. Wheth er the dry weather is the effect of numerous drying houses that have re cently been erected is a question for the meteorologists to determine. If it is so. one trembles to think of the esult on the weather in a few venrs. llilo Herald and Tribune. OLD WOMAN DISAPPEARS. LA11AINA COURT. Cases Civil and Criminal Disposed Last Week. ot LAHAINA, December 17. Only three criminal cases were disposed of In the circuit court during this week. On Monday the jury In the cause o the Republic of Hawaii vs. Koa, for perjury, brought in a verdict of not guilty.- On Wednesday the jury in the cause of the Republic of Hawaii vs. William Keaka for perjury, brought In a ver dict of guilty and the prisoner was sentenced today to three years at hard labor. On Friday night In the cause of the Republic of Hawaii vs. Oscar Kaeo, for forgery, the jury rendered a ver dict of not guilty, two jurors dissent lug. Today a civil suit, Antonc Sylva vs. Patrick Cockett, for damages, was heard, and after the plaintiff had pre sented his ease on motion of C. Creigh ton, attorney for defendant, a non-suit was granted. The Hawaiian jury was dismissed today and all cases requiring a mixed jury were continued until next term. The foreign jurors nre summoned to be present on Mondny next at 10 o'clock 0. m. Several motions In civil cases were heard and disposed of. PLENTY OF BEGGAItS. The present population of Bordeaux j in ,,uuw, m wiiuiii jo,ou-t nre 111 re ceipt of assistance from charitable societies. "THE AOADEMIE DE MEDE0INE OP PRANCE HAS PLACED Apollinaris ("THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS") AT THE HEAD EXAMINED FOR OF ALL PURITY the waters and freedom: FROM DISEASE GERMS." BEWARE OF SUBSTITUTIONS. New ReDilic Bniliing,, 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, 1808, on fixed deposits: Three months, 3 per cent; six months, 34 per cent; twelve months, 4 per cent. Claus Spreckels. Wm. G. Iiiwin Clans Spreckels & Go, BAJVKI3IS, HONOLULU - - - - H. I. San Francisco Airents The Nevada Bank of San Francisco. DRAW EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Bank of San Francisco. LONDON The Union Bank of Lon don, Ltd. NEW YORK American Exchange Na tional .LSanlc. CHICAGO Merchants National Bank PARIS Comptolr Nntional d'Escomp- te ae l'ans. BERLIN Dresden Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA Tho nongkong and Shanghai Banking corporation. NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA Bank of New Zealand. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank of British North America. TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposits Received. Loans Hade on Approved Security. Commercial and Travelers Credits Issued. Bills of Ex change Bought and Sold. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC COUNTED FOR, OKADA & CO., CONTRACTORS, Builders and House Painters 205 Queen Street. Honolulu, II. I. H. HATAOKA, Carpenter, Contractor, BaiMer ana" Caliiuct Maier Has opened a Furniture Store nt No, 137 Nuuanu street, where he will be pleased to receive orders for anything in las line. Mrs. McFnrhinc Lost in the Forests of Kallmann. A distressing tale comes from Hllo f the loss of an aged woman in the forests of Knumauu. She is Mrs. Me- Karlane, mother of the two men by that name who to6k up lots there two years ago. It appears that on .Monday morninir last she left the house of one of her sons to visit the other, and has not been seen since. She was not miss ed until the next day, it being a con siderable distance between the two places. Of the strange disappearance there is much interest and comment in llllo, and Saturday's Tribune has this to say of the effort to find the woman: When her loss was dicovered the po lice department was informed, anil several policemen and some citizens were sent in search of her, a search which resulted fruitlessly except that a hat nnd shawl were found, which were identified by her daughter as be longing to her. The following (lav a still larger number of men, eighty or more altogether, searched, the forest in the vicinity of the trail, but with out result. On Thursday afternoon Slierilf Andrews organized a still lar ger and more systematic search, be lieving that she should be found if possible, though no hope existed of finding her alive. I he Mcl-nrlnnes came about two two years ago from British Columbia and took up Kallmann homesteads. The woman who was lost is verv old. probably from 80 to 90 years, though her sons, two of whom by the way nre twins, do not know, nnd are uncertain even of their own ages. All are gray liearded men; the twins give their age ns 37 years, but have nrobnblv re versed the figures. ORP1IHUM THEATER. The Orpheuni had a packed house Saturday night. In fact there was an overflow of perhaps a half hundred people. Hie new program proved a "taker, from about the middle 011 to the end it was roaring funny. Miss Rosa was recalled four times in her program of vocal specialties. Among the selec tions was ".My Honolulu Ilelle," and a native air. The closing sketch, the Sullivan fight, was simply Immense and brought down the house. There was quite a good sized audi ence for t lie matinee performance in the afternoon. At the usual hour this evening the program of Saturday ev ening win lie repeated. 1 in III Object of the Palama Co-Operatlve Urocery company is to enable the public to get their groceries at some like reasonable prices. A trial order will convince you of the truth of what our customers say about saving money Bince they com menced to deal with us. PALAMA CflrflP, GROCERY CO Opposite Railway Depot, King Street. Tel. 755. P. O. Box GOO, BRAN, OATS, BARLEY AND nAY. Now for Xmas. 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. From 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 customer 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 La.ell Dalley special odors are exquisite. We can furnish these goods in bulk and supply you with a beautiful cut glass.bottle. Made in America! THE "IMPERIAL" SYffiPHONION. IllllftSlli This is the greeting of the GOLDEN RULE -- BAZAAR 10 III II PEOPLE- Don't buy your Books andiToys until you have visited and inspected the stock of the BAZAAR, 316 Fort St. GOODS THE NEWEST I LOISI. Why? Because we dc business on a closk cash basis, and Cash Custom ers do not have to make good the credit losses. Cash Customers always ge their money's worth at Till HAKAAR. J. M. WEBB. Latest Triumph of American Mechanical Genius in Musia Boxes. Indestructible Steel Discs. No crumbling of teeth as in discs made of compositions of zinc. The "Imporinl" Syniphonioii has a patented fly-wheel speed regulator, side dampers and double comb arrangement,', and the parts of the movements are intei changeable. CALL AND HEAR IT AT THE HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. L'D JUST TO HAND FROM EUROPE iL Large Assorment of Toys and 1 Fancy Goods Now on Exhibition and. for sale by H. Hackfeld & Co. LI'd STOGIES STOGIES Did you ever smoke a Stogie? Two for five cents. -JUST RECEIVED BY- II ollister & Oo, CORNER OF FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS, HONOLULU, X. L