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KJflL BREVITIES. 0 rt tin' ,t Mm H"ii'.'V ,i ,-, rooms t l'&4 UUh .iBl. n. :l r. a a. m.. ,,,,, i!mtlt, hat i- THXtTS AT WAIXUU. .. Ik" I " n. .-nr.,. tHr. ,r m rMa in wan anr ar . .. it .1..- ... ll'lnif ii.M ni l""" " ll( ,,!. AiiH-n struts. 4.. v.iril"y I i"'Kid for a Boy would 41 4. II lull' r " poult lorta Want ,,..,, ,,f rhlna ami glaware i i 'ii l ". Hrr iv-n even- ,! i ',?!.( n week Iher x il f th Amateur will Or- a UggeN rreated and Chtnr.ri txr.tv SUal.Dg Hoimy. For month. rat there have ben oc (Nalunal theft ctf money and trio,!, from Jhe drelnr room, at the Anurn. llumOulua b-.t-kaown suburban bath. In JUre. Ti.e new manager. George Mrlnr.l. did his test to protect his customers but now and thn ,h,ir' whU" th her had not hand over in me om.e for aafe.k r.in. mlsilng. Lait Hunria ...ir' Lung dlamood pin. a Catholic m-dal and some money, all belonging to on man. Puiirn. Homebody else lost f-ari-an.re. me lattrr theft tng that th- culprit might be a boy Tf tari1w 4. - 'iiniKrr irinnis says that he put marked mnm-y ln a suit of clothe, and hanging the garment In a drew-ln room wert to a nt-arby covert to watrh. In ii llttl .v.ti. v.- pearHl In the corridor. looking Into th arlons rooms and entering the one where the trap hud been set cam ont with the money In his Docket. Mrtnn'i ; conared and marched him. The mnrkn H . .pieces were all there and the boy war , k , , ..ii n"iH purr,, 4. mil onininjr artss. to the i-o- ,,.r " ' ", k 'M,, r"B H re station. l.f iiilp. I rt li. . ti" ..... . WT uown town. Mr. Mc- j.is. mm ,n, v.4, o. Innl says, the boy confessed that he II. HI - rmJ - 44.,ri11.1 .nl.. . V- .11 . - . iiii"iiu, money arv: medal lost the Funrtav b-fnre. 1! nald th mdnl had Wen thrown nwny. Thi 11 a prrMiure.i a ten-cent rlass pin which h said was th mlsslnn gem but later, after his father had talked with him. he denied that h was the diamond and medal thief, sarin- that he had been scared Into a confession. The case will shortly come before Judee Wllco. Tt Is mid the bov will make a rery plausibt defens, on har- K th outline cf which the IVnotv rlff let him ro In custody cf his fsher. Important to Every . . . . . . Lady in Our Eky!S 'I EES SHOW WINDOW DISPLAY OF With one, two or three trtps; with or without buckle; patent leather or Vlci kid. Fresh from the Ba-at, bright, new stock, stylish, perfect and up to date In erery particular. A fit for eyery foot. Prices $1.50 to $7.50 -4 t. " ... 'I' , V11 v ' ii M II .... i n llot-i street, will . wiy evfiunw unui arier ' l h.ilre Urs In llo- I i ,.. n il 'Uur Klore, Mo Ii. ii-.- Pee Ml. hi iii.ini.n. rlnf is ad .l , i it n if u.'vii I". nnrn ,r f . f t ' office. 4 W . ... I 4 . IL. j H I , n iin.i in pi wii no ju-iiiT 0) I 41 1 ' l,f Wl 44 414 I'Hi' I' l HT'iUSH r. v;tr lloffntsnn will go to Ka M js Ti- y ' 1"" hom M,.n.K.nr ior a weea or so, iwell has Clven air. "J of attorney to arfvfor . . W ..Ik. 4 jurinn ni aDsence iron, ina cuy. pin'iilfTf attorneys. Ma(uon A n. Jimid the suit ot Mary !, r.r vs. T. M. Itrook. on tat tt ,i t tomorrow at his sales viJ.pi l Morttan will sell at pub nm'iiin tlir show case., cases of ,4, sic. vr l"' meetlns: of the Pro ,., Uu'i" st 4.30 o'cluvk p. m. to .nlir. the li'th Inst., at the T. ,h.nr of the i44con. ( on. relation Ati.li' w will meet for rehearsal , .v-nm st 7 o'clock at the rest .tti.r Mrs. H. l. Tenney. )n, niii.ittw In Kallhl. near terml i . th" i ii t line la offered for rent .'pf'nsMe l the rlh party. Tor , ., 'iit .-e sd. on last ps. f p. t lv y turself a Christmas 4nt !' p.tnhasln a new, stylish ,rv,.. fr .ni the I'acirle Vehicle A ri'.i Thy har. many new style. iel fr.im. ri aitiiK f r illvorce were filed on ..rl4if The dissatisfied appear on .prt:f ss K1U K. Tua . William , r-M noil Ant.mia te Crus Franc y. etip) mm-. rom-s to th Commissioner j- riitiirw and forestry from -i ,n rniuny fr YAWHSMS UUSInHL llji 11:11 IrH Wily) Due to Arrive j "EX. JOHN CURRhIR" TBI? THOUSMIB (10,000) B4111S f Roche Harbor Lime. ohi wiMiim (i.ooo.ooo) Red Brick i . THEO. H. DA VIES & CO, LTD. 1IA.KDWAIII3 depabtm:jblnt ... Agents For ... Sterling Lubricating Oils, dariphos, Alsen Cement. Portland Cement, Giant Powder Company. Angle Lamp Company Dick's Ba.ata Belt ng. Roche Harbor Lime. New Home Sewing Machines and Pan-American Hand Sewing Machines. . 3 ae . . .t ferrt whlrh trrow. on -T t f It tleskaU. Maul. pencil I'nlon choir will rehearse f r I'hristma at 7:30 thl.s even i.wi ..-I Miti.rday eyen'.rc slso at j i. .ik There will b nn m-etlnit , h. r tl siM iet tonight. , . f . '.. f rli Hunts ha. been pluc- i M- l. ky alone the J'.iuoa road i; -f it thM elM-trl- rsllway. and a in w hi-reirter be furnished .'Ix. . . .. liUT1lxl.lt Ion f pussen.ers. vi' fi..fti Nu'innu street. 'h-! nois and New Year diy. fall ... i... .w 4'i... r1....11..d H n . 1 I i4n i v, I lie N l UN 4, i irtif m.r a. 4nl mil on Wednesday, ivrum X i' l Jitiuary 3, at their ytulur i. ..I im:! r"trn t Honolulu as ,r 4. v int.. time ss possible. - i ". lulu Thoi.t Hupply "o. will r r the ih-nrrlt of th' lr pu "4 .. i ' i p, m. urlti th preeont !..., I'hrl4tm:t. ev. ! not 'i i. i..rt iioit y t i.titsln some of . 'fil rulof work. S"e their ' tit on pim 'i i i'4.mrrs, ore a white mm and r i himtmiin wre hroucht In i Ki nil yr4)erl.y In rhurif" ! 'r 1 1. .vl. The men wre t.i?n i m l.i srve thlr snter-es. "i 'M 'lit. ils cume from Nf i'il an I u.i. Is ."itenciwl to s.-rv-. ' i - if. for h'lrnl ry. I0OTUALL AT KCaKlKI. 1ml rrss-nt lolaol -ttud-nts Play Good Oils. ". if h iin.l.r ,ss. l.tln rub-s I .it M.iklkl on X it ir.l ly sft- The srhfol WSS wlth'11t the t ;Ui kniMti, h. ivus cup- Kmill.h t.-nin t I' .'.ahoU. . I.verthlep. f.'lt Up Rood I .hnwp'l tpin-h Iwtt.-r comhln i fi'r opponent. 4 wss won by the ni l ll.iys. i,. th- I'.eri't.llllH ' K' .ll The ' i iie took a vigorous form and i ii 1 1 dirk of Incident. Jiit he i' tiire ih md Itoys who bad ' ."! lime threntened tbe rolle.e .red bv a welt directed shot r..!h Aft-r the ntrv:i th r redoubled th.lr erfnrts and - ,. N ,r,,i h enu illn'r'.t mutters Mn rsll of time. Th decision ' r, f r,. with mm h sdvers " "m fr on fh OM Floys, but thre .... - a i' mid thst a s ml wss . oren. i" thus en led In a score of en ii f ,. , r r " r .tlepe boys Anderson ma. nil. Andrews. Kim FM.k and ii i iv rore e.peclally i-ri f Kreeth. Holster and Mmlth '" -1 up nost amone: a (rood pn k '"'" The Utter were csplalned ' v Chsd riUnt.. CULVERT BBXAXB. Serious Damas on Waikiki Road neer Hopkine Switch,. A result of the November storm the brick eulyert near Hopkins' switch on alklkl road rave way Saturday nlcht, reaving a Urge hole ln the drive. The culvert was built many years ago. It rarrle. the water from the low ground roauka to the draJns and flsh ponds below. Tbe road su pervisor wm promptly notmei tj a Hawaiian, who had discovered the hole and a lantern was placed there for the nlnht, the hole being filled temporarily with palings from a neighboring fence. For some time past the culvert has been threatening to give away, as the Ute storm filled It with debris, in-1 the water rose almost to the roadway. Although the culvert has fallen la 10 but erne place. It Is la very bad shape the entire lencth. and will Drohabtv Knave to be renewed altogether, as a large quantity l1 l0! would eaue It to fall in the 1 1 Marston Campbell. ro.id supervisor. States that a great nenl of damage wis done, and that a great many of the culverts In the city are In a dangerous condition. An examination will shortly Ipe made and such work as is needed will be done. to put the Walklkl and other culvrrts In shape. "It I claimed t?iat the !owaKer em- prr of China started In life as a ser vant girl." "No wonder they stand in I awe of her. Cleveland T'aln Dealer. vrir V mil. I v. m LIMITKD. JOBUbUS and RG SAILERS Ml MiS Oil GS GO niKisTMAs i;m:i:u!! r;:AM)iL:rf that auk WOKTH Z. PKft YATU Wi: WILL SELL L. AT !: PKfl TAT' U'-io I'KU YAltD! i:V I'KU YAHl'I WF. HAVK THK LARGEST FTCnK OF HF.AFONABLE NOVLLTinH LVKU DISl'LAT KD IN HONOLULU. AND WE GUARANTEE OUR rRICES ARE POSITIVELY THE LOW EST. EVERYBODY WEIXOME. e e i e e e e e e e e e e e Wante afeddea Back '" Thompson hi applied for a 1,1 "ii "i il-mnndlng of the Governor ' ' i' f i ni Ihe return nf Ambrose who It Is claimed victimised m i i . IM to the ettent of over I:;n. 'I n v formerly with the Honolulu '"s Yii.u t'ompiiny and Thompson 1 " it he purchased lots from M n " ln illment plan, which lots, he "" if'-r he had paid some into to "1. pur. h ise of them. h dlscov 'I I i . owned by some one els '" nas undlsputable. Previous ''ii t,,lV,ry jkfu.in hd left for ,r, i, Thompson has applied f r '"'I'll-' Ii.n 4.4, IK rKnrVa nt (mil TV ' in ii n &"Tls Mar Practice Law. n,,,,"r A. Ipoyle, well known In this ' Vi I ' m tli f'nint, may now prac tHstrlct t'mirts of the Judl " 'i4 of the Territory and be ' 'ircidf Jmlifes at rhamher on J in W. Katua. Prestdlnr -.' th ncon! f'lrciill. admitted 'he bar at !ahalnr together "llirr applicants. Mr. fioyl period of nine yenrs f'oiirt ''t- , to ta " f. r 1. 1 IBWMUi LIMITED. jotmnna and retailers. free gifts Are always acceptable, espe cially when th gift ia a useful article. Kodaks and photo albums are useful articles therefore they are acceptable. The only Kodak the 'East man, for other cameras are not Kodaks is Bold by tSie Hohron Drug Company at Mainland prieee-1.00 to 135.00 each. That Is, sew ones are. Second-hand or shope-orn goods are not kept. Boy one for your friend and receive a handsome photo al bum free of charge, with it This plan enables you to make two gifts for the price of one. We receive fresh plates and films try every steamer. THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS No More Dread of the Dental Chair New York Dental 11 Parlors, Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel St DEALERS IN Agateware, Glassware, Crockery, Harness, Saddles and Leath ers , Kugst Brass Bedstead', Trunks, Valises, Matting. Safe,i Linoleum. Rifles and Shotguns, Powder and Caps. General Hart.- T ss , a 4K '" Tftl a..4if. . . ' 1 i Teeth extracted and filled absolutely without naln hv mie la fa m-tanHHn I , " J o .IVUUUV i (methods. No sleep-producing agents or J. cocaine. These are the only dental par- I lors ln Honolulu that have th? pa;ent a oiviiain,c i)u ingreaieni.8 10 i xiraci. nn ana apply gold crowns and norce lain crowns, undetectable from natural teeth and warranted for 10 year, with. !B out the least particle of pain. tOoldlT crowns and teeth without platea. gold fillings and all other dental woik done painleesly and by specialists. I - Gold crowns. J5: full Set. teeth, ?3; .brlde-e work. J5; gold filling, $1 up; sil ver nutngs, &oc. r j Xmas Display l mm 0 1 i i i i i i j rrw i rA ti r"v asa litis MwmmK eer ni a " i : ! i : ; . a I B NO PLATES REQUIRED Ary work that should not prove sitisfectory will b ttttenO to free tf charge any time within 5 years n i a a I 2 i B I B I B I ? I B I ' We are making a specialty cf gold: rpown flnd hrlilc work- I hu mn t Vi j 1 1 1 ' - - - - - . - fc " -" mm tlful. priiiilesa and durable of all dental, work knewn to the profession. Our gi 'rame alone will be a guarantee that' j i your work will be of the bst. We have B a Fpecla!lt In each department. Best I operators, best gold workmen and ex tractors of teeth: In fact, all the start are Inventors of modern dentistry. We will tell you In advance exactly what i your work will cost by free examina tion. Give us a call and you will find (we do exactly as we advertise. French Bonnets 1 ii. H ia. 5s ia! M y.H a; a:a ispt :K.n.?t.a.a tztf ygjt jvk hk. h fet Handmade Booties the hobron drug co., Corner Fort and King Streets. New York Dental Parlors, Room 4. Elite Bunding, HOTEL STREET. LADIES LN ATTENDANCE. Grandest Display Millinery i B I U I LI I B OF Christmas B B i B I B I B i a i B H I 9 I B EVE II SHOWN IN HONOLULU. Everything at Greatly Reduced Price. Beginning Monday, Dec, 17 This is a ale that all the ladies s houid take advantage of. Call and be convinced. The last steamer brought a large Invoice of Side Comba and Hair Ornaments. Have also the following goods on eale at Coast prices: Art Embroidery Silks, round thread, la white and colored, staple and jdaln; Centerpieces, Thoto Frame3, Ha ndkerchlef Cases, etc. Stamping of all kind done at Miss M E. KiliearVs ARLINGTON BLOCK. HOTEL STREET. it a 'St - K Afghans Ribbons in 111 Shades. Tin: household DEVAHTMEST of Ihe Pacific llardtcare Co., OS li ETHEL STREET, irill be open EVERY EVES ISO, commencing Saturday, ttntil and including CHRISTMAS EVE x Grand Clearance Sale of CROCKERY. GLASSWARE ZMLEY'S IKE ITS Telephone 398 P. Or Box 441 DURING THI9 WET 8 PELL you ean spare your whel for a few daye to have It overhauled and enameled. TakeMt to Bailey's, where you can get a Itrst-claaa Job at reasonable rafa. ENAMEL1NQ GUARANTEED equal in itiMinw to factory work, and mora durable. We have a very large ptock of refutr parts, and can replace anything ln a bicycle, ESPECIALLY TIRES. We are factory agents for the Milwaukee Panctore Proof Tires. Morgan & Wrlfcfct'i Tlrea. etc. OAS LA MI'S; reduced prices to clear. MAJESTItS $3.50 LAMPS. $2.50. M. A W. GAS, $3.53 LAMPS. $2.00. Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Co., T LADICS' Toilet Tables AND Writing fosis. PARLOR Tables and Chairs IN Mahogany, Bird's Eye GOLDEN OAK. 11 U Sp till 111 m Mb IN GOLDEN OAK. Sole Agents for THE GUNN DESK COMPANY. . PORTIERES, CURTAINS. DRAPERIES. f UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIR WORK. In All Branches. COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd. LIMITED 227, 22 AND 231 KIN, -l liKKT. "if.t -. M m In these Ja 'ri i I AND 11 RICA BR AC. PHONE 928; P. O. BOX CL PROGRESS BLOCK.