TIIK lA IFir roMMKKt'lAL AI'VKKTISKIC: uoNni.ri.r. novkmhki: li. I !:.
Attorney Caypless Now
on Vav to Washington.
(Or as one of our department
heads put it, MEX'S SMALL
Wnl Handlo Cases of Certain Land
Cialmanis-Kobirc Wicox to
fHE YW MHMMYHMK
Is prevalent and redolent with an air of good taste.
The flowers in glass bowls which grace the showcases
are iyalled by the Silken Blossoms woven into our
latest Xeckwear. The colors of our Business Shirts are
pleasing and artistic. The English and American Un
derclothing of serviceable and fine textures lends a sub
Btantial air to the whole, to which the dainty things in
tended for men's wear adapt themselves with good
grace. Magnificent value is coupled with modest price
in such a wav as must irive our store an additional
prestige as a men's wear shopping center.
- $ Rgents For
I he Larx3snue insurance io. or .nin.CT.si'T. tnjiiaa. r: and ulc.
The Baloise Insurance Co. cf Bzsle. S wither lan L
The Union G?.s Engine Co.
The Domestic Sevvin,: .Machines.
The New Pacific Hjnd Sewin: :vacr,;n and other zzzr.cW-:.
Merchant and Fort Streets.
Each and Ever)'
ssion. If an American congress- unr chftH i ......
ad this particular bit of n.um- 0t ,aU)r SnOUId I .C A U
them a copy of
ill 1 )CIRAPURE 1
Ildar Cayplosjs. the attorney, new
parr corrcspomleat anl phonograph
faildii,:. has standi for Washington.
I). C. via San Francisco ami Sratta-.l:
Mr. ('.irn!( will ctvivin .l--A-n I . r I 't
departments and th; colons at the cap
ital of the United States early la th
New Year. He has bvea there profcj-
s.onai.y uciore and knows that In al
likelihood tne whol of tnt month of
Decern Ik-r will be used in th oraali.i
. : it ...
iiuu oi vuaKreivi aza ne conjiviurt
flint ?i f f Of lit il r- - w ... u i. . I
"dt Will il.l(.'t
tae ngnt o way lor p;l;e u time, i,
However, he will koi to work early in I i
ami win remain at the tl on
his assignment iudllnlteiy.
In two or three monthi Mr. Cayplrs
will be joined at Washlustoa by itobt.
Wilcox and perhaps a huai Kroup ui
Robert's political ami business assrl-'
At the Oceanic S;eam.shi;i company
leusly teased out a lew k".1 p;eces to
pay ior his excess baggage o:i lu. mA.
mcda. One piece had a special guard
to the wharf and will no: be .oat of the
il reaches Washington and is put into returning tO thetr t.TKlS
he would frank il througa with a iabe
"Imb Does." The Lox contains papers
in the preparation of which Mr. Cay
pless and several others have been en
gaged for a number of months. Cay
piess Is said to be a lawyer of consid
erable ability and his evidence for the
claimants is declared to be beautifully
engrossed In addition l; b. lag in pro
per form throughout. Tor the xnos:
par: the papers re.;U i; the claims o
Mrs. Franklin Trait ami Mrs. lt.:. rt
W. Wilcox to public lands li; the Ha
waiian Islands. The.e an th mtuo
acres covcUm! by 1iiiuokaiani.
When approachel for an Interview
yesterday Mr. Cayplos was not at all
inclined to be conversational concern
Ing his missioiK He said he was going
as attorney for Mrs. Wilcox aud others
In the matter of :hcir claims to title in
public lands hero. He declined to ay
whether or no ho would Join suit with
Liliuokalani. He rather gave the im
pression that this was a detail to be
settled upon later.
There Is current a story to the ef
fect that Mr. Caypless has been conl'.
dentially engaged by a faction here
that is "agin the ins" ami that he will
do all in his power to thwart the
Washington plans of General Hattwcll
and William O. Smttn. It U hclbned
cm at count of knowledge of Caypless"
known personal connections he:e that
this is correct. He hns ii!entiled him
self with the community by establish
ing a home here, and while he has sel
dom appeared in court, has been a
hard worker all the months since the
S. S. Columbia brought him to 11 -wall's
t Dry Goods, Hardware, Groceries, Notioi
As well as all kinds of
jThe Washington Light Co.
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Masonic Temple. : : : : : Alaltea Slreal.
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AGENTS' FOR THE
Aiuijitol ly fli 1. S. iSovrrntncnL
nniri.illv rn!ntel ly t.vonty-finr Ikiards
nf I'luIrrwritiT :ul :ipjiovr ly Uic
linufilulti lw'.ir.l. In ii-4 in Fire IomrU
nuMitsof lviMityi l.M'lin ritip 3z,000
nlir.uly in nil ovrr I he? wenM.
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(INCORPORATED SEPT. 8. 1899.)
46 Merchant Street.
There were abaat 1-0 s:.".::.t f.?
the special entertainment at t!i a-
men's Club last evening anl Tramoter
Cooke anl Manager Sralth were cor
respondingly elatctl. There v; a
magle lantern or stercoptlcon exhibi
tion occupying abo;t forty minute.
Then a number of volunteers from
amongst the audience. Including sev
eral clever musicians and readers, were
heard. Mr. Coats, of the Y. M. C. A.
gave an exhibition of Indian club
swinging that pleased all. When the
only lights in the house were at the
ends til the clubs the audience was es
These entertainments are given once
or twice a month and hive become
At Publisher's Prices.
-GAIIDGN OF SW0RD3.
-I1CAL HA WAIL
-PRINCESS OF HOrC
-TRELAWNY OF WELLS.
At the Orpheum.
J. W. Winton's clover feats tf ven
triloquism have caught on with Or
pheum audiences. Iast night keen np-
preciation was shown throughout and
unstinted applause accorded.
Dreyfuss and ilearde still retain the
favor of their especial admirers the
whole audience and Rand and Uyron
scored heavily with their comedy and
by-play. Jack Rand, in his one-man
act. "fellence and t- un." did some very LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR PRO-
fIe5:??J dickman-s MAKING OF
it on In full 1rz. asl e Ar j:r;art-4 to era lit jcra la Aayl).!r.a
y-j tny rruirc In tt may of Full Dm GooIjl.
HERE YOU HAVE a partial tin of Ciaoy ti'.sct rem 1U raxt fcr
opening nlht: A full 2rri all, cither Tuicio or tllrt coat, a tzU Crcsi
uhtte or Mack, fall drtt tlzU a full irni tie, a fell droit pair cf
glotr. i of full tlrexi it 3 da as4 cuU buttot., at 4 x crita LaL
ALL THE5E THINGS may be fc4 at tlittr of or lo !orr. &4 ct
prlccj thai will OJtoslih rox Or droi t-slu arc frcra tt REST
ufarturrr In ibe Futc and rr-alrc no alurlcc: ty St tra xon pat
and thai It more than a Ullor-cudc tull ill tlx
WITH THE COMING of lb a R. AtjiiralU a! rxst ocr
ytrvk of Straw and Ft!l HatJ, mLIch e il Late oa tlov Ifdaj; al
nlScrnullc of Nekvrar. tbo lim;it Isorutioa cf stck
mad In th! town for a retail t'.ore,
WE CANT" REGIN to ts'.ioa ia Jjl: yen can lave aiytb la
war of carf that an oro, la a variety cf 4o4crfv as3 aUlt thtt vtXl
And a large number of otarrt
HAWAII. A few coplet Jail recelTtd,
core on the way.
Another lot of that Elegant SWISS BUTTERMILK SOAP, only 25c a
box. A beautiful Toilet Soap, the Dairy Queen at 25c a box. Also a few
gross of French highly PERFUMED SOAP in very desirable odors, at 25c a
cake; 60c per box.
We have also purchased that large lot of GERMAN ALCOHOL, per ship
I-Iaekfeld, which we can quote at bottom prices.
Honolulu Drug: Co.
VON HOLT BLOCK.
gfiT TELEPHONE NO. 364. P. O. BOX NO. 679
In the Circuit Court yesterday, be
fore Judge Perry, J. Cummins, charged
with furious and heedless driving was
found guilty and sentenced to pay a
fine of $75 with $ 1S.50 costs of court
In the matter of William H. Manu
ka, trustee, Helen Rosa tiled an answer
in her own behalf and that of hr thre
children, and consents to have thr ca
heard and disposed of this morning at
9 o'clock or as soon thereafter a
counsel can be heard.
Thos. G. Thrum.
P. O. Box 44L
nvivnmi p. nnnmiv'
A L&AniMGIl a DALU VIL
0it io increavl b-lxiy- Hca&:t!a CrcJffy La.t crrrrficwrd
Into th Rett nor, Mch clvrt tb ry cevJtary to low quJU a
Mock f IHcyc! aao IHcyrle G1. In lUrrt a&4 Partt la tirtlxrm we ar
$eeon4 to tor. la Honolulu. We were trtt la tbe tnA cf IlJcrcJe Ralr
ar. I win try aal tuy at tbc to la tbat Use,
SBREP.URING IS OUR SPECIALTY.
30 Sterns' Wheels
ARE r.n th- a!r tn.bre Ut--i 5a Krariio aafi Hustfala.
l.v! ;--:ba2 Utter lk jo-jr or4; ,rvl t.rs !-c d:a; joiaicd.
Whooping Gougti, Asthma,
CreSOlnO when vaporized in the sick rcora s;ive i:aracJi ite relief.
Its curative powers are wonderful, at t5ie same U-: p-cvcr.'irf; thi spreaj
of contagious diseases by acting as a po.verful dis;nfect-.r, hnrraloss to the
youngest child. Sold by druggists. Valuable booklet tree.
HOLL1STER DRUG CO., Hcwolulu, h. i. Agents.
After IO Vcar.
j which for that length of tlm h.w
port oil thn Llkehke wharf urr- takn
up y'tcrday to nuke roora f.r r:"n
si.m to the wharf, and. althoucli th
tlmher Is still sound, wrro fouiid t
encrusted with al.Mjt an Inch in thick
ness of marine growth.
" 5 22 Manson 3Crown Wheels
, , r , . . c.UHAirn lb-J-..trf. tb-dc-r.1 Ur tbt;.ciar bel.
Goraroissioa 1i.eicIiants - rZzizzir v- uu--e aa
BAILEY'S HONOLULU CYCLERY.
229 and 231 K'mn Strec
OcKifl J Oil
J U D O
p t i ? t
Tli-c ilii:.t iiaiiierSitop.
The annual met'tin? of the IPalanij
Y;u ht and Roat Club will ! heM Tr.s- j y
day nlsht next at th cluthon at n
SS;r'iKead the Advertiser
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