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TUP. EVENING tlUUBTlNt HONOLULU, H, t IHUItsnAY, htlCfiMMlN a;, torn.
iliX EL.IMU THOMPSON,
For Sale by Everybody !
For New Years !
For the Holidays, an Elegant Assortment of BON
BONS, the finest ever imported to these Islands. See the
display itvour windows. All prices.
"Name on Every Piece."
Lewis & CO.
Name on Every Piece. i
Ftesh from the Factor, a Choice Lot of Lowncy's
Chocolate Candies. Just the thing for one's best girl ;
tiVv are wholesome.
Sanchez Y Haya,
Cholcu Mnvnnti Gli;(iit
Key West Clear Havana Cigars. A new brand
especially imported for our trade.
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THESE BRANDS
Africans Henrv Clay
Bock Flor be Cuba
Ln Espanola Partagas
Girda Caslmlro Alvarez
Villa Villa LaTanaca
A Choice Selection suitable for the Holiday
Trade. Treat your best fellow to a nice box, so
he can smoke and think kindly of a fair giver.
Glace Fruits, Smyrna Figs, Raisins,
Nuts, Mince Meat, Cranberries, Plum
Pudding, Citron, Lemon and Orange
Peel, Dates, Marrbn Glace and Crystaliz
ed Apricots, Stuffed Prunes.
BISHOP Zf CO'S, Celebrated Los Angeles. California,
Spiced Peaches, Spiced Pears, Spiced Quinces, Preserves, Jams and Jellies. Also Buffet
Preserves, Crystallized Fruits, Etc.
LEWIS & CO
P. 0. Box 407.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
Three Telephones, 240, 240, 240
--is Fancy Work !,
A few of these Beautiful Goods are still on.sile.
OF ALL -KIINDS,
Wash Silks, Silk Cord, Pillow Covers,
! Table Cloths, Etc.
MY STOCK OF FANCY WORK INCLUDES
BURNT LEATHER, BURNT WOOD, a large assortment
of Sofa Pillows, Fine Embroidered Linens, Slippers, Baby
Pillows, Pin-cushions, Toilet Sets, and many other
Mrs. H. H. Williams,
Fort St., above Hotel.
City Furniture Store.
Art Embroidery Taught. Stamping Done.
fl I I Mil I '
Do YbuWant a Suit
able Christmas Present ?
Jewelry Is Always Acceptable and Pretty
and Makes the Best Kind of a Present.
ili ' to to
to to to to
to ' to to
Jl)j jttj I to Ui
PINH Jl.WI.LHY TOR TIIII HOLIDAYS IN ALL
Till! LATI.ST STYLI.S OF HKOOCIII.S,
HINHS, CHAINS, yVATCHLS, l;TC. I I I I
UIIUl llUCUUHT IUU I.AHI PUIIUIAUJ.
t t i I'ltoe I'uvor me with a Call, i i i
M, K, LUCAS, juwulur,
Mk,ai iintui sii'uut,
.- - C. ,,
Jas. F. Morgan
II 05 Queen Street
ON EMMA STREET.
On Friday, December 28,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At mv salesroom on Oueen street. I will
sell at Public Auction that VALUAHLIi
PROPERTY on EMMA STRUCT, known as
the LONG IIOMUSTIiAD.
The property Is situated opposite the
residence of Mrs. James Campbell, and ad
joins the cottages of M. J, Gandal.
Property has a frontage rf 48.7 feet on
emma street itso reel along ijanuail Lane,
55.5 feet at rear, and 179 feet on Makal
This lia PINb KESIDI.NCI! PROPLRTY,
situated on the tinest residence stre t In
Honolulu. Property Is under lease expir
ing Feb. ), 1901, at a monthly rental of 20.
1 lkms cami.- ueeas 01 transfer at ex
pense of purchaser.
For further particulars, apply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
it. in thi (' tn h intttttJ 4
M ttmlt m itmt tmi leie-rffeej f ! Itp
imuftint; H limit ef ewii, 1 tinli lw utiki.
and 00 ffnfj meef. fin it tbt ttt-nt ftf
htiat wr ftrii Piefitt "'m'Wi,
NOTICE AH feraont owltif me art requeued to
pay In (alt or in frlr
I KECPAMCCOMD of Every CrrIoe an I1I
1 'urrtv Urlial'e Htlit only. KtrUur monthtv with
Ma goon Bullilnr. Mf
k. w. Atkinson, Kootn tt(
DAROA1NS IN JEWtLRY-you can jret them it
O M.F. LLCAS, eoj Motel St. 'n Engrevln-j
in J enameling dont; i66t
W hit WHITE SAND IOR SALE
TM Union Ex pre it Co
j ' V tl Of I
SITUATIONS ALWAYS VACANT
SONVStLrcT PMPLOVMtKT Dl1
' r f Runtn lloui inJ hath futnli-
unfurnUhi Wl't rnv Cmh lor fur
YOUNil MAN t'tnorrarhtr ani tffwiltef at
rtn AiJ'fAN' H'illtlnf)ffc
yHITE IICLP, Atklnssn, Maroon L'ul'Jm2,
SOVVStLrr T PMPinvMfKT Hi irm Minnnv
uAnitu-WAiuiLMo ?i pair tv wricrrf)i
yfiiXMrlnc JuM ircrlvM aflntlncil
nowltfr. O. DIET, tn Nuuanu St
ANTEt)-A ynunicmin with trrrncr In rlafl
croctry bulne lo work for .1 Urg tkm lth
K00J P'ortct of aJva-femfrt Aur fewllre
comtntn iti AJJre A. U . at thk oftic iTo)tf
M r. LUCAS llotH St.
OLD PAPERS TO CXC1UNOI- tor clem Cot
ton Riga. Apf ply at BalUtlnOWcf, ijfto-tf
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM
Oytteri trvJ n tha ihtll onW Try hl
famous Mam Ani tee Sandwich an4 CnftVt. Cor
NuuanuanlMMe'sircttt WM.IUCAS, Proprietor,
' to. c-n Hotel St
An eU rant l.ujr nw hrlck store, t6x
rw 1 pgianj Makery itii!I
TO LET A lurn'fhei r-)otn at ifo Uere'anla next
InDR HOIFUAN. w.
on Ilrlanfa Si . now Mill ilnt. Tnr ltmt arnlv
toKAIOLANI LSTATH LTD 1 iq if
frlton Moue, i' furnUhcJ rooms with)
Young St , ne jr f'likol, ir"ini
TO RENT rurnlshed roon, GarJtn Lane, Enquire
01 mri. mcuonnei, o
off Union street. No. o GarJen
nOR SALE rojr lot. Ilobf-fi st , Kapahulu, Wal
klkl, $)ooeach. Jefts flrbrL4t Ktng St. yo'tt
COR SALE-A tarpc don towi Warehcnjs-. A
cen'ratly locate J LuJcIng Houst and cciuc
Rulnes Properly In hMrt of c'tv residence rropertv
HENRY WArEKMOU.sC fte CO. ieq.f
COR SALH OR RLIST-A 1 acrt Ut In Nuuanu
... v"'v' lth Urire Hojte anj Several Conaees.
HENRY WATERHOUSt ftc f O. ifcgj.tt
THE bt cent cigar In town Is the "COLON FL"
to re had at the Mynle Cigar Store next toOr
f hum. AH klni of Manila rlgars a specially
MEARLY NEW. UPRIGHT PIANO for sale at a
l birgah. Apply jg8 Utretaila street, near
Pumping Station. i6 if
PR SALE $100, Furniture ef ) roomed cottage
near town, wtih privilege of renting cattage.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE U CO..
6 Merchant St.
FOP SALE-LOTS In Palaroa near town. All sire:
ani prices. Apply to
WILLIAM SAVIDGE. ft CO..
o6 Mtrchant St.
FR SLE $4000. Leasehold on Quien s reel,
near Honolulu Iron Wnrltt. t xr In run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Piyio ILL1AAA AVIUIt:, fit I.U..
tut Merchant street
FOR SALE A pair of black coach horses formerly
Ine rrorartv of Wm. (i Irwin. P. Anntw tr
James Carty, American Stables. Merchant and Rich
ards street. i6ij-tf
PR SALE-UNDS IN ALL PARTS OF THt
CITY. By J. M VIVAS ijSt
LOST A smaM wreath pin fl leaves and pearls,
dftwn town Liberal reward If returned In It.
Dlnklage, Custom Houe iTtoiw
I OST-A Medlclre Hand-case.
L Ltncolm Block. King St
1 OST-Whl'e Fox Terrier Hitch, dark brown face
- wnn piacit spot near tail uittMe reward will
be paid for Its return L. W. MERRILL. Emma St.
LOST a gold enameled pin; monogram U.S.. 96
In crimson and gold. Finder please return to
urn onice ana receive rewarj. ir.
COUNDA Tribune Bicycle on Bates street. No
1 K.J7. cha'n broken Owner ran hive the same
by applying at folanl College and paying for this
FOUND A new store on Hotel St , opposite the
Elite Ire Cream Parlors. GLO. HAf-FNER,
Manufacturing jewfler. iToS-im
COUND-At corner of King street and Walklkl
u4, an i n. coij wearing ring, rin aer can
. . . m- xi., m inn wiini bum vajiUK fc !
of advertising. i68sMf
A special meeting of the stockholders of
the TERRITORY STABLES CO., LTD .
will be held at the office of the Kaplolanl
estate on Monday, December 31st, 1900, at
10 o'clock a. m.
C F. HERRICK,
Secretary, Territory Stables Co., Ltd.
Election of Officers.
At the meeting of the stotblinlrfrr nf
the UNIO. EXPRESS CO., U.cember
22, the following officers were elected for
rue ensuing year.
j. 11. super rresuieiu
J.T. Hageland.... Vice-president
A. L. Morris- Secretary
Wm. Larsen Treasurer
Chas. I'. Scherm-rhorn... Auditor
Honolulu, December 22. 1000.
l722St A. L. MORRIS. Secretary,
Election of Officers.
At a special meeting of the shareholders
mine I'AUi'li; VbUICLE ANDSU
PLY CO., LTD., held In Hinolulu. De'
cember22, 1000, James P. Morgan was
elected president In nlaieof W.VAVrlRht,
leilgned W. H. Hoogs elected secretary
In Place of Ed. Ingham, resigned 1 Ed,
Ingham elected auditor, vice Jas. F, Mor
'I lie Hoard of Officer now are 1
Jas. F, Morgan P'rtlJent
.1. A. Magoon Vke Preildent .
K. F. drrcn Trrasuier
W. II. Hoogs fc.SecieUry
Hd. Iniiliauur. .AuJHor
J. M, O'llrlcn Director
The ul'ovt (ontlllule Ihe Hoard of l)l
Fine- Job Printing at
Wfnther lliirrn, I'nnahnu, lrccmler
57 Tcmprrnliir Morning minimum,
f-t, MliliUr nmilmum, 75.
lUroturtor at t a, m. .. Irrmular.
Iew Point ill'.
Ihimldltj t . m. Ct ppr rent.
ninmiind llrait Hlgnal Klatlon, De
rrrnlicr 17. Weather clear; lnd llnht
Wednesday. December iK
Gas schr Surprise, Nstrom, forEleele,
K0I0.1. Nawlllwlll, Walmea, Hanipepe
Stmr Claudlne, Lane, for Kihulul and
Stmr W G Hill, Thompson, for Nawl
llwlll and other Kauai poll.
Stmr Upilu. Dalton, for Kona port.
Stmr Lehua, Hennttt, for Moloka! and
Lanal ports, touching at Lahalna and Olo
walu. Stmr Iwalanl, Gregory, for Anahola
Thurday, December 27.
Stmr J A Cummins, Searle, for Wal
manalo and Koolau parts.
TO SAIL, THIS AFTETtNOOK.
Slmr Mlkihala, Peferon, for Eleele,
Hanapepe, Mahauell, Walmea, ICekaha
and Mlhauat 5 pm.
ScIt Fannle,Adele, , for Eleele at
at s " in.
Stmr Keauhou Wymin, for AnahoUat
; l' 111
Am b! W B Flint, Johnson, sugar for
Am bk st Katherlne, Saundtrs, sugar
for San Francisco.
to sail Toiionnow.
Stmr Hawaii, Nicholson, for Mahukona,
Paauhau, Ktikalau, Ookala, Laupahoe
hoe, Papotoa, Hakalau and Honomu at
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Maul,
Kona and Kau ports at 10 a m.
From San Francisco, per bark Kalulanl,
Dec 27 W G McPherson n 1 wife, Dr
G L Pox, Miss Cloud and niece, Miss Ma
ble Carr, Miss L Carr, Mrs George Mc
CUan, Miss Allcs Fisher, Howard Fish
er, and Mr Sunter.
From Hanamaulu ports, rer stmr Kllau
ea, Dec 26-H R Wood, D K Eguuhl, M
NnJ a and .2. deck. i
From F.feele, per stmr Iwnbnl.'Dec 29
L E Plnkham, W Grant and t deck.
From Cth.ilna, Kona and Kau, per stmr
Mauna Loa. Dec 26 G C Hewitt, Miss
K Martin. Mrs G Dewery, Miss H Pauhl.
M'ss M Twcsly, Miss M Payne, J Line. J
Schurmin and wife, Mrs K0I10II. J D Pa
ris and son, JyC Leuhart, Miss T Marcus,
Miss M Ferrtira. Miss C Ferrelra) J Holl,
R E Manard, MrsS R Pohl anddauglit
er, D Doward. R Sllth and 82 deck.
For Maul ports, per stmr Claudlne, Dec
20-Dr R McKlbbln, C B Cottell, wife
and bey, Miss M Bailey, A S Hartwe.il,
W O Smith, F M Hatch. Alex Robertson,
Mrs W F Mossman, Mrs Robt Sleth, Mr
Ball and wife, C Achong. W Searby,
Master H Castle. Jas T Taylor, W J
Forbes, W R Castle. J B Ca tie, Miss
Kate Mossman, Miss V Mossman.
For Hllo and way ports, per stmr Kl
nan, Dec 26 Daniel Naauao, W H
Beers, W W Cluff. N C Mur
dock. Miss van Dcerlln, Mrs E C
Bond, Rev S P Perry, Rev J P Erdman,
A Bltterldge. W A Rowell, K Brown, A L
Castle, Miss J L Larson, Miss Rrueger,
C Kinney. G W Paty, B H Zabbon,
David Louis Kalanl, Master E Cannon,
Geo L Cannon and wife, S E Wooley,
Wm Wllllanson. DAE Blake, D A Irwin.
S Pelser, J W Keystone, Jr, J E Miller. F
Cany and wife, N Zablan. Rev J B Ka
makele. Rev S Yamada, W R Kamanas,
Mrs. Keohokalole, Mrs A Lons, Miss M
Chamberlain, Mls L Vestal, Miss B
Ho'ner. Miss H Kekuewa, Mm J H De
free, C H Fairer and wile, J u Sirras,
SlrM. Mls r. Campion, Mrs Mervy,
H R HUchco.k, J Wllco k, W E Skinner,
C C Bitting, R W Carter, D P Thomp
son, P Peck, Geo C Rowell, J W Cath
cart, C A Doyle, Rev J Immura, Rev L
Seramoto, Mr Llchung, A Dorago, J P
Purdy, Rev M Tanaka, L C Itowland.
A. J. Coats, the able physlclal direc
tor of the Y. M. C. A., Is around todav
getting the names of the young men
of tho city so as to be ablo to scrt.t
them Invitations to tho Now Year's re
ception. It Is understood that six hun
dred or more Invitations will be sent
All bills standing against RELIEF
CAMP NO. l, must either be presented at
the office on Punchbowl St., or mailed to
P. M. LANSDALE, before Jan. 1st 1001.
Kamebameba Lodg of Perfection.
NO. t, A.&A.S.R.
A REGULAR MEETING OP THEJ
k'imtiimlii I r1r nf DFAxiUn ...til L.1
tuiMWiiuiiuu wiUfcl. Ul 1 CilClUUU Will VZ
held THI THURSDAY EVENING, De
cember 27, at 7:10 sharp.
Keeps Conatantly on Hand
MILLER St LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton,
Potk and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. We
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
risil Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Slud, Carp, Rock CpJ, Sea
Mass, Crawiish, Crabj, Etc.
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
leal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKLD Atb'ATS-il'lams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresh everyday, Tongues, CllppeJ
Beef, Etc. 4U0 bwret liread, Brains.
Calves' Llyer, ,l(lpc. Calves' Feet and
IIUTTI.K. lines. Cheese. PlekM. Chow.
chow, Sauer Kraut. Applm, peari, firapes
I'oUti ei, Onions, Cabluge, A u supply
of Fruit and VexcUblei, n"' "4
OYbriKi-l'aiuy, Urge or mull, In
shell or can,
lljrJIv a Ihlinr llut vim fnulJ with fur
but wlut l( t'j be had at mir niaiiifl,
Ckeaper to Move than Pay Rent
Is I he wytnr., but we do't believe II, We have motd twlc
within year, we had ( In order t erect ur new building. We
lnvt now moved from llw ittre next t JOHN NOTTS t our
mw kulldlni on th Ceiniii ! Port miI Kla SlNU
At present w art oauiylnc th upier loor and basentnt, at
the carpenters are not through w.rk n the main Door, We tsk
our friends to overlook the Inconvenience and confusion that will
exist for a few weeks yet, When once we are tettled we will be
able to take care of you and attend to your wants In first class
Our Bicycle Shop Is nsw running In the new store, and
we have a fine line of wheels, COLUMBIA, RAMBLERS and
CLLVLLANDS, ami a lot of good wheels suitable for the little
folks for CHRISTMAS at prices that will suit everyone.
Call at the corner of Fort and King Streets, King St. side,
UPSTAIRS, and see the results of a Kansas Cyclone,
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
I. X. L.tanjaSt
Ice Boxes, Refrigerators, Rugs, Meat Safes, Bed
room Sets, Bed Lounges,. Baby Carriages, Chairs,
Rockers, Tables, Pictures, Flags, Chiffoniers, Side
boards, Bureaus, Macneal & Urban Safes, Etc., at
San Francisco Prices.
THE I. X. L.,
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor
DAY BUILDING. BERETANIA ST ,
KEAB FIRE STATION.
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat C
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKEtl
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Comer Kins and Bethel struts.
PROPERTY FOR SALE
In All Paris of the City
House and Lot, centrally located, new
home, lot 41x200, only f 3,800.
Beautiful Home, Kin St., new house,
20 year lease on land, very cheap.
House and Lot, Wilcox tract, King St.,
only 55,000, a bargain.
Lot 80x80, Palama, on King St., cheap.
20 year lease to good Business Property.
House and Lot, Wilder Ave , only 53000
Beach Property, on 40 years lease, cheap
Gave His Life
to Save the Ship
Now York, Dec. 17. Tho marine su
perintendent of tho Whtto Star line Is
authority for the statement that' Mr.
Crosby who lost hla life while trying rp
assist In tho work of saving the Whtto
Star line steamer as reported from
Quecnstown, was a young man .who liaj
been chiefly In the Pacific ser.vlce of tho
Oriental and Occidental Company, hav
ing been an officer on the Doric, plying
between San Francisco and China and
"Mr. Crosby was very ambitious,'' ,
the superintendent, "and not one man
In a thousand would have dared at
tempt what he tried to do.. It was
through ambition that ho lost hla life."
News of Shipping i
Along Water Front f
ARMY AND NAVY N0TE8.
Tho U. S. S. Solace arrived at Ca
vlte on the 11th Inst. "
Rear Admiral Remey has tempor
arily transferred his headquarters to
Tho U. S. S. Sclndla will have he;
Tho T. M. S. S. Coptic Is due from
the Coaston Saturday. She will bring
later news and mall..
The latest clearances for Hawaiian
ports from San Francisco are the bar
kentlne Wrestler foriLahalna and the
schooner H. C. Wright for Kahulul.
The British steamer Carmarthen
shire came Into port Wednesday morn
ing from Port Towjend. She Is on
her way to Australia .with 1.800,000
feet of lumber To say she has ex
perienced a rough trip would Be put
ting it rather mild. Itlsievfaent that
she ran up ajfflnst the Bame heavy
storm encountered by all tho steamers
from the Coast during the post week.
She left Port Townsend on the 14 th
Inst and with thejixceptlon of a few
days when near port experienced u
very-rough time. The heaviest weath
er was on the 19th at which time heavy
seas were shipped. The aft hand stee--Ing
gear was washed away, the aft
hatches were ripped open and the Bhlp'u
supply of flour and other eatables wai
name changed to the Ajax on the flrft entlrely de8tr0J.ed, bclng obIge(, t0
HMTn'o a6?1"' r , , ,J Uo without bread for several "Says. Shi
The 0.8 B. roquoli .left her berth in w, take 0 , nilrcd , of
Navy si p No. 1 yesterday morning and coa, nnd connuo on hcr
supplied he ,U, S. raining ship CoItmle8. Ehe c0mnlan(lc(1 hy Ca.
Adams with a supply of fresh water. taln DmlloBg who ha8 b
A battalion of bluejackets from the .,,.. '
u. n. iruimng Hiup Auams went wiruugu
a regular drill yesterday morning on
Navy wharf No. 2 and attracted a grnat
ileal of attention. .
I.teut. F. Tl. Dralnard of tho D. S.
Navy, who Is well known here in
Army and Naval circles has been grant
ed a thrco months' sick leavo when
discharged from tho New YorK Tfospl
tal where ho haB been under treatment
for some time.
i Btoriim on tho Atlantic,
Now York, Dec. J7, About twenty
steamships tlmlliuulil have mads port
tiavo lint lict'ii ivpurled up In thin
The storm on'tlm Atlantic, and head
winds uro ilutulnlnx thu Ifuihflii from
Liverpool) I .a CliaiujiHKiie frnii lluvr
the Victoria from (llhralturi (he llnl
K'trlii fiimi llumliiirg; tlm Jllnnulmlia
from Lomliiiii Hit) (.'iilorucln from Hull,
unit tlm llutlvrdum from llnllvriUii,
Hume pf the overdue IIihiI Imvt hti'ii nut
klme Die lut nf Nnvi'luliir.
Plus ob I'iIuIIiim it
Thq schooner Twilight which camo
into port last Sunday In command of
Captalp Slten Is In a,decldodly leaky
condition and has bad a bard time of 1:
In trying to prevent her from finding a
grave atthe bottom of the Pacific ocean
8V10 camo In Sunday 39 days from
Washington Island In the Fanning
group with 18R tons of copra in her
hold. Sho Is bound for San Francisco
but was forced to put In hero for im
pairs which she needs very badly. As"
to the exact ednVlltlon' that 'can only he
determined when she Is' pi need upon
the marine 'railway.. Her'iiumps jro
out of whack and this1' morning sho '
had hy actual Imeawiremerrt-M Inch.'s,
of uter In liu hold, NotwItlnita.iidliiK''
tho fuct thst ihe was iinrtlally pumped
out this mornliiK. Thu member uf
life crow have u lianl lurk story In toll
and taking tlf trip on ihsivjuH nn
ilniilii viryhoily wiu viry glad tu nuliw
port, At Ihe prfsi'iil prlio of copra,
IK pur Inn, the WK nf III Twl
light I worth Jut l,370,
'I ha Krvnlntl llulUlln, 76 rents per