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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEUTISF.R: nONOUTUT,v DECEMBER 21 . 1800.
F0KSAIL
TH FOLLOWING PLANT ATIO
ttACHINERV. SUPPLIES AND MA
FERIAL IS OFFERED FOR SALE BJ
C. BiUCWER A. CO.,' LTD.:
FULL PARTCULARS AND PRICES
CAM BE HAD , BY CALLING Al
rHBIR OFFICE - ON QUEEN
COT BUR LET DRILL, COMPLETE
WITH H. P. BOILER, AIR COM
FBE8SOR, ETC.
OMB BET FOWLER STEAM PLOW6
(TOUR OANQ) AND FULL ASSORT
taCKT EPARB PARTS.
THREE MB.P. BTIRLINO BOIL-
Dim 8ET GREEN'S FUEL ECONO
I22R ltt TUBE8.
TWO WORTHINOTON HIOH DU
miu TITM PINO ENOINE8. CA
PAOTT I.M0.0OQ GALLONS PER 14
EOCRS, AGAINST A TOTAL HEAP
OT C FEET. .
OMV H. P. UPRIGHT TUBULAR
COUS3.
ALSO. CALIFORNIA MULES. IN
WOB ORDER.
POXriXAND CEMENT.
CTSSL T RAILS, tt POUNDS AND
a POUNDS.
TWO -TON FLAT CARS, I-FOOT
GVACL3.
TtTCLTE -TON FLAT CARS, t-
iwr uuAiiu.
Ca STUMP FULLER.
C Brewer & Co
LIMITED.
Queen Street
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Lands
For
Sale.
LOTS IN KINO STREET TRACT
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gg to tLK tot, formerly
aa G. N. .wnx'f
WO 1 1 LOT P MANpA TAL-
EST, tttnarir Mont Tract, RWO
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VOUB HUNDRED LOTS IN KAIU-
EJLKX TRACT from t20 U $2M a lot.
FIFTY L0T3 IN KEKIO TRACT,
CdU Make Island, $600 a lot
TWINTT LOTS IN PUUNUI
TRACT. 100x200. 11.200 a lot.
' Etc.,- Etc.
Fr farther particular! apply to
i.e.
& Company
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Real Estate
Brokers.
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10 WEST KING ST
mmnrn
NO BEER TO BURN, BUT BEE It TO
... - BEAT THE BAND.
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i IS QUALITY
then no consideration?
Even If "all coon look
alike." certainly they are not
all the same quality. .
Can anything be more true
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than this concerning Jewel-
How
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ry or silver goods?
many pieces made In the
same pattern, from the com
mon plated ware to the
finest of gold, bear the same
outward resemblance?
Can you tell them apart?
Yet you do not wonder
that there Is some difference
in the cost of making.
Is H not here where the
guarantee and the reputa
tion of the dealer is your
safeguard? ...... .
" TaU faU'a productions em
brace some striking exam
ples in the better. class of
ornaments.
'. Magnificent brooches and
pendants set with the differ
ent gems. The "Art Nou
eau,M so popular at the
Paris Exposition. Highly ar
tistic and Individual. Not
the kind turned out by the
yard.
We nave ell the bJgh-elass
gold and silver novelties to
be found anywhere, and be
lieve It possible, to meet all
requirements for goods In
our various lines.
Selection packages sent to
any part of tho Islands.
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FORT 8TRSET.
Jeweler and Silversmith
BOX 242.
ROUTINE OF
Ah
THE COURTS
Su Alina ls After
J. A. Magoon. ;
HE FILES H1SACC0UMTS
Dissolution of Partnership' Demurrer
--O.ler News of the
Day.
Just Opened
Works of
ART
A full window ',;
of beautiful '
PICTURES
-DON'T MISS
THIS - ,
-DISPUY.
t-V.-l . t.-r,Jr, '.
Wiint suit tha!asto-j-of
flie must fastidious.
OijV Vict$V'ai1-6 right very
reasonable.
Ah Su Allna, daughter of Alina. de
ceased, filed a motion in probate Wed
nesday asking that J. A. Magoon, . ad
ministrator of her father's estate, be
required to file in court a complete ac
count- of his receipts and expenditures
in and concerning the estate, alleging
that the administrator had failed at
any time to file such a paper with the
court.
Under date of December 19 Mr. Ma
goon filed his account of , the estate,
commencing December 10, the accounts
in reality 'closing April 1, 1892. with a
balance to the credit of the heir of
$5.56. The : paper, filed Wednesday
gives the accounts as - totalled up to
December 18, 1900.
The administrator charges himself
with $3,049.10. and gives expenses at
$3,043.54. with a balance of $5.56. The
statement of the itemized account
filed is on paper showing unmistakable
evidences of age. The typewritten
sheets were . yellow with the lapse of
time.
Still another demurrer has been filed
in the dissolution of copartnership
brought by W. F. C. Hasson against W.
II. Pain et al. and the Palawal Upland
& Development Company. F. M.
Wakefield is the latest to file his paper,
lie contends that the Circuit Court has
n6 Jurisdiction of the person of the
defendants or of the subject matter of
the action, and the defendant asks that
he.be dismissed from further answer
ing the complaint.
Defendant in the case of II. It. Hitch
cock vs. Lee Toma has appealed to the
Circuit Court from the decision of the
Second District Court of Honolulu in
which plaintiff was awarded judgment
for $30 and costs.
Defendants In case of Tom Wai vs.
Chock Pah et al. have appealed to the
Circuit Court from the decision of the
Second . District Court of Honolulu,
wherein judgment was rendered for the
plaintiff for $29.50, -and counter Judg
ment for defendant for $29.50, and found
for . the defendant Judgment for costs
of court, $5.10.
..Henry. Smith, guardian of. the estate
of:Cbriv Titcomb. a minor, has filed
hfs second account in the Circuit Court,
showing receiots amounting1 to $176.4o,
and expenses $178.75, showing, a balance
Namokueono Kwallko, defendant ..in
suit brought by Keauloa and Kftpela to
cancel deed and for re-conveyafljeV has
filed a general answer in the tjircult
Court and asks to be dismissed with
her costs. . , ',' . .( .'
Kahuku Plantation "Company, 1y Its
attorneys. Castle & Weavei. haVe filed
a demurrer to the ejectmentj cause
brought against the company by Eliza
beth K. Booth, stating, that the com
plaint; nes :not state facts sufficient to
constituteca caiisfr of action.. "
tn-.the suit of E. Q. HaU& Co. affalnst
H. Ai-Is&nberg et al. defendant F. M.
Wakefield of HIVo has filed his .'answer
denyirg each; and every allegation; ' '
A fUscontipuance in tne case nr. vinsr
Chan vs. Roval Irsuranoe CofnDany
was flledrby , the. plaintiff yesterday.
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AMERICA AND BRITAIN .
America. To secure that priceless boon
I could be satisfied to see a B itlrh.
:ed:r 1 Psrli-me-t tKtlng li Cb.umfcta
territory." 1
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COFFEi3-GRCA''vvr IN AFRICA.
The cofTee-groi. , industry in trop
'! Afr'ca is d-velooinar tr3:iiandous;y.
acccrdlR- to the Scientific American. It
says: "The szed was Introduced Into the
. ) ' ' curs ao J ujf uurc
English missionaries, who conveyed a
w ojar.s iroiii lvew wun ins oujui oi
-lorprtairtrtr whetter th resources or
the country wera favorab:e to Ve cul
txire of the article. Judging from re-
ults. the ground ap,aars pjcynariy
adapted to the industry, sines lastt yar
U0 toi-s or conae were exponeu uum
'jg'arc'a a ore,, and th result cr mis
year's production will be even greater.
Biantyre's coffee is generally contended
n be the finest n tne woria, even cx
plliiff th famous Mocha, It Is garatly
In demand in England, but unfortunate
ly up to the present the supply is very
limited. The great aimcu.ty wren
which the growers have to contend is
the imperfect means of transporting
the article from the plantations to the
spa. This difficulty, however, will be
overcome to a great extent by the con
struction of the Uganda Railway."
THE CAPITAL'S
CENTENNIAL
Washington City Observes it With
An Imposing Ceremonial.
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J. H0PP & C0- J. H0PP & CO.-
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NOW FOR YOUR
s iiiLVUAJLVULOiJ
I Gifts....
1 Inthe FDRMITDRE LIKE
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Do not wait until the last day before you call around
a selection, as tou mnv h diaannninta i. ,.'ana ana
-v.ui-cu taj ioarn mar tha
make
desire has been sold.
until the proper time comes
WE HAVE A CHIFFONIER
We will reserve the nieo n77.r,!..aru5le S
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LARGE AND TWO SMALL DRAWERS. TWr one ST
Beautiful-
-'X'i'-Da ;
Picture
Wall, Nichols Co
LIMITED,
' LAROB INVOICE OF
Olympia
Beer.
IN DRAUQIIT AND BOTTLE.
It has comae to star. Sure of regular
nuothl Invoices.
Metropolitan Meat Co
L. H. Dee, Prop.
Tas Minl-vft.l7 HAWAIIAN !
fcarviJI im tastMd ea TtMedars aad Fit-
108 KING STREET.
: : Manager
J. Waller
WASHINGTON, Dec. 12. With im-
pcing ceremonies the National Capital
today celebrated ' the centennial
anniversary of the founding of the seat
of the Federal Government In Wash
ington. , The exercises combined
brilliant . military parade, a review by
the President from the east front of the
Capitol, and orations in the hall of the
House of Representatives, where
brilliant audience was assembled. - By
act of Congress the day was made . i
national holiday in the District of Co
lumbia, the Government departments
were closed, business was suspended
and the whole city gave itself over to
celebrating the capital's natal day. The
city 'was -splenuiuty decorated and
thousands of flags tiew from public
buildings. . . ... .
President McKinley and lie members
of his Cabinet took a prominent part In
all the" exercises, and with them were
the chief executives of a large number
of the States and Territories of the
Union, the Senators . and - Representa
tives in Congress, the Judiciary of the
United States Supreme, Court, the Em
bassadors and . Ministers from . foreign
courts, the heads of the "Army - and
Navy and a great outpouring of the
people. Although Washington is the
scene of many celebrations, it is seldom
that one has occurred here of greater
brilliancy in its outdoor features or of
more impressiveness in Its ceremonial
exercises at the Capitol and at the
White House.
Early in the day the President re
ceived the Governors - of States and
Territories at the White House, and
the model -for, a new and enlarged
White House to commemorate today's
exercises was, unveiled with suitable
addresses. At.l o'clock the President
was escorted to the Capitol, where he
reviewed a parade headed by Lieuten
ant. General Miles and Including the
full military strength of the capital,
regulars and .militia.- The-ceremonies
at the Capitol began at 3:30 p. m., and
included addresses by Senators, Daniel
of Virginia. an d McComas; of. Mary
lrnd. Representatives Payne of- New
York, and Richardson of Tennessee, and
a notable historical oration by; Senator
Hoar of Massachusetts. A reception
by the President to the Governors , of
States at. the Corcoran. Art. Gallery .to
night closed, the festivities.; ,..,...
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V ; A PROSPECTIVE HEIRESS. -
One Of th? attractive young maidens
to" be'Seen fHttfng about on Fifth ave
hheT of " an 'afterfcoCm Is Misi Dorothy
Whitney, who ls riot'yet sixteen y?ar3
oj.1. . fhe is a great .favorite 'wfthXher
girl friends, who visit her in throngs
at William C- Whitney b.lsf hpase' up
Fifth avenue. -Some people shy that
M'ss Prrrthy-Whitney, Is prospoctlve'y
the greatest beireis in tpwn.: Sbe' Is
a special pet with .her unde, Oliver H.
Payne, who. by the wvtv. !s ntsb very
partial to his other" niece. Mrs. Al
meric Tarct. vrho will nss the winter
abroad. William C. AVhl'rey win do
pome ectcrta!nin thlV wirter in the
...MgB..or la it elaborately ca?ve4 bS what it laSWO
I qualities is more than made up by the beautifully mirror-ii "l
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(From "Lord Rosebery's Recent Speech
' .. ; at Glasgow.) . ..'"I'-
Lord Rosebery asserted that but for
the small incident of the acceptance
of a peerage the empire, might" hive
teen incalculably greater. Had5 the
plHpr Pitt whpn V a fii:f hama min.
ister, net left the House' of "CoiKtoofs ;iSw,:c'; d??ra and .receptipns.-New
Wholesale and Retail
BUTCHERS
-AND
Navy : Contractors,
Patent-back ledgars a specialty at th
aAZKTTH Bindery, yon Holt block.
H3 would probably have-retained hi 3
sanity acd atilhority,-and he would
have prevected or si;ppiei?ei tha reck
less budget of TowDshend, iiili.c d
George - 111 - ta listen to.,- reaoa,-ln.tro-duced
rerjrentatives ol America ito
Farliaicest.and preserved the thirteen
eclopks to the BritLh crown. ; ' ,
:'Is it fanciful, to, dwell for a mo
ment .on whamig'ht hive h'appened?"
continued Lord Rosebery, The re
form' bill' of 1S32 would probably have
been passed much earlier, for the new
blood of "America would have hurst
the- old vessels of the constitution. It
would have; provided a se'.f-adjusting
syitem ef 'representation, such as now-
prevails in. the United States, whereby
the-increasing... population is propor
tionately represented. And at ' last,
when the Americans became a 'rma
Jorltyof the ,6eats, theenapire would,
perhaps, liave been inoved feolemnly
across the" Atlantic and Rritaln Would
havie 'become- an historical shrine; tbe
Eurepean outpost of the world empire.
What an extraordinary- revolution it
would have been!. The grate t known
withoufrrhloodshed. - The most sublime
transference-of power, in the history
of mankind.. Our conceptions can
scarcely picture the procession acfds3
the Atlantic of the greatest sovereign
and the greatest fleet in the universer
ministers, government and Parliament
departing solemnly for another hemis
phere. Not, as in the case of the Por
tuguese sovereigns emigrating to Bra
zil, under the spur of necessity, but
under the vigorous embrace of' the
younger world. America would have
hung on the skirts of Britain and pull
ed her back out of European compli
cations. She would have profoundly
affected her foreign policy in the direc
tion of peace, and her influence on
her domestic policy would have been
scarcely less potent. Probably she
would have appeased end even con
tented Ireland. The ancient constltu-r
tlon of Britain would have been ren
dered more comprehensive and more
elastic.
"On the other hand, the American
yearning for liberty would have taken
a different form, would have blended
with other traditions and floated into
other molds. Above all there would
have been no separation, no war of
independence, no war of 1812. with all
the bitter memories these have left in
York World
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in golden, oalc and excellent cabinet worv ' pousli
outer Chinroniers or a smaller sizes in mahoeanv t,v
finish and golden oak. manogany, mahogany J
SMOKER'S TABLE A neat gift to a gentleman Thia .M 1
consists of a moistened box for cigars, a cutter, two cellars' ,! 2
electric battery to light the cigars m 5
ANOTHER GIFT FOR A GENTLEMAN is a SHAVING STAvn 2
or a CELLERETTE. These Cellerettes are for cards etc. '
LADIES' DRESSING TABLES in blrde'-eye maple and cak 2
oval mirrors of the best make. w- 0
LADIES' " DESKS Mahogany, golden oak, and birds'-eye bssu
A Tory appropriate gift to a young wife. p
DIDttD riUTDO ......
.a.i.uuxv viiamo uum oae ol America s larvae v... J
known , factories. "
JUST ONE It is a handsome burnt-wood stand called tlm Ki 1
Coal. Look at it and you will wish it was yours 8 2
AND MANY OTHER THINGS, such as 2
LIBRARY TABLES, TABOURETTES, SETTEES, SECRETARY o.
BOOK CASES, LADIES' TRIPLE MIRRORS, MAHOGANY PARLOR
CABINETS. CORNER CHINA CLOESTS, ' SIDEBOARDS PEDES. 2
LS. ASSORTED WICKER-WARE in Chairs, Rockers' and f ?
You cannot help but find something that you need for your bouse
or that will make a holiday g ift to a friend or relative.
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Corner King and Bethel Streets.
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FOR
SALE
REAL ESTATE
F. J. LOWREY. President.
C. D. CHASE. Vice President
Manager.
ARTHUR B. WOOD. Treasurer.
J. A. OILMAN. Secretary.
E. P. DOLE. Auditor.
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WING LUNG CO.
GROCERS
RESH FRUITS ON HAND AT AIX
TIMES.
King Street, corner Alakea.
Custom Bouse Blanks
Of All Kinds
FOR S ALE at
HAWAIIAN GAZSTT3 CO MP ANT.
Z2Q and $25
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Gycle
, ; ; . ... . will buy a nice little ....
Crawford Juvenile Bi
With all the latest improvements. Just arrived per Olyxnp
OPENED T0DHY.
Co,
FORT
Pacific Cycle & Mfg
EHLERS BUILDING.
SHREYE & CO. San Francisco.
TO PACrLTTATE TRADE with the Hawaiian Islands, poB
?ooda purchased or ordered of them, FREE OF ALL qcoH
TRANSPORTATION to Honolulu, or returning same to an rranci
will le sent on selection to those known to the firm, or wno
satisfactory references In San Francisco.
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Illustrated catalogue and prices furnished upon receipt !fQest of 'e
we have the largest manufactory or jeweiry anu
Torlc dty, and are prepared to furolsh8peclaldslgnsMg
Read the Advertiser.
75 Cents a Montis

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