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ECEMBEK V 1901.
fHE f ACiyiO CCMMSKOlAL ADVERTISER,
Mr. Thumtun In his forthcoming New
Tear article uo oil as a Fuel. Will an
lvr the full-.ng questi-ics:
1. Is the suppiy of oil permanent?
3. What U its fuel value relative to
X What quality of oil is best for Isl
4. Waal changes and additions are
nr rresn ry to ada.pt a coal-bun. iag to at.
oil-burning furnace, and what Uo taey
k. What la a fair price for oil; what
price can be depended upon; wiut t.
tne saying be?
, THE NEW YEAR NUMBER.
J The New Tear Advertiser, consisting
(of 76 pages. araH illu-t-ated and con
taining a large nun.jcr of special STU- j
cles of local inter. . t. as well as the
noti-a otiH ,.mmriT C 1 . the (iUY. Will aP"
pear bright and eat'y tomorrow mora- i
Among the special articles and writ-
an are the following
OF NINETEEN HUNDRED
Hawaiian Land Policy
tiov. S. B. Dole
Hawaii in 1952.. Hon. W. K. Armstrong
My First Year in Co.. gross
- H m. R. W. Wilcox
A Year in Washington BoctSty
Mrs. R. W. Wilcox
Evolution of the Sugar Mill
The Jananc-se in Hawal'
Prot. M. aft. Scott
Oil an Fuel lorrin A. Thurston
(public Lands. .Commissi jner E. 3. Byd
(Continued from Fage 3.)
reoo.e .ucU . r r,T . The Year s Sporting Events
will hnd Mr. Thurston s article Idled
. n. ai. i'
with facU which they would have diiti
cuity in gelling In such compact form
The propoaal of the Coroner's Jury 1
the was of Ah Pui. kilted by electricity
In Meinerny's store at Fori and ilci-
chant streets, tht an inspector be ap- j
pointed to look after a. I Clactrlfl arfaw
tn Honolulu, uilu power to .oitdimu, is Honolulu
one ifa whlcli w "hen ;! concur. 1."
would be a good thii.g. aUo, if there
were ollicial iwU-r tnavoctoia. The enly
merchandise sold to the ueoule of Hawaiian Tieasury
Honolulu, without the customers hav-.Honolulu's Water Supply
Ing a oimnce t vert'y th 1 Uls. is eitc- Andrew Crown
trtcityv Th opinion la Common tnai f . , ... . . TJ
. ... , ,, ,i Hawaii s I' 1 I-. ..-.!. .ft. A. I. Ta.or
these bills are UkCOfM i -nibl ad.'ed. i
Aa hooaeholuera M i rule ur : unabl- CO j Honolulu's Fire Department
learn bow to red tneir ow n mters. I Chiel Engineer Thurston
skilled inspectors ere PiedeS l lo It , Meteorology Curtis J. Lyons
for them and to ci.e.x try attempt of t. . .. T T.r
Internal Itevenue Hoy C
Agricultural Experiment Station
Jared G. Smith
U. S. Customs In Hawaii
Collector E. R. Stackable
The Fducatlonal System. A. T. Atkinson
Public Works James IL Uoyd
Lands and Homcst.ads.Ja.ob F. Brown
. ..W. H. Wright
the electric light co-np iny t get more
money from customers UHUi it tarns.
A CAMPAIGN OP REVENGE.
The action of Judge Humj hreys In
again attacking the McHryJe bonds
Chinese In Hawaii..
Hawaiian Judic iary.Chicf Justice Frear
Social Life in Honolulu '
Mrs. W. F. Frear. Mrs. W. W. Hall
How Music is Made.Cnpt- Henry Berge.- at Waip:shu.
i.'vtr-i t rfiii. -o i.aiiiaivLu
Sept. 8 Tracy McDonald dies of in
jur.. received in a runaway.
s-.-pt. California's Admission Day
nvrated by the local Cnliforn.a colo
ny. S-pt. 9 Franklin Austin resigns
n agement of the Francis Murphy
Sept. '.Charles J. Falk. stock brok
Sept. 11 Pearl Harbor Naval station
Sept. 13 Xnkamura acquitted of thj
eharge of murdering Tono.
Sept. 14 Kasabara, Japanese, mur
ders his child.
Sept. 13 John E. Pond appointed
naval cadet from Hawaii.
Sept. 1- A big fire in SpreckelsvllL
plantation. Sept. 12 Attorney General Knox con
cludes the Humphreys case.
' Sept. 13 Sailors ai d Kakanko toughs
' riot in the "Sandlot."
Sept. lt Epidemic of robberies In
Sept. 16 Francis Murphy Temper
ance Club reorganised. Francis Mur-
u..y the leader.
' Sept. 17 liuiiolulu receives the news
: of the shooting of President McKln
ley. i-ept. 17 Pollard's Lilliputian Opera
I Sept. 17 United States Marshal
Daniel A. Kay db a
Sept. IS Kohala wat r scheme before
, the Governor's Council.
Bept. 18 Income tax care appealed to
the United States Supreme Court.
Sept 13 A. L. Ahlo returns to Ho-
rolu u .-iiler a tour-year uosencv in
s ;.t. I'd Henry Studinlczka. sugar
(expert, v'siti s Hawaii.
I Sept. 21 Regatta Day celebrated.
Myrtle Club wins a majority of bo.it
i li:g events.
i Sept. 22 -Buddhist Temple dedicated
hows the dep .i o. tl a:a.nus wuic.i Hawaii in Lit' r.iture
he feels towards Mr. Kinney. Reyond Local Poetr' Many Autliora
that it proves ni thing, nor does it as- I
aert anything save L.e Judge's biased The front COWT will have a spirited
and wholly uaupported ojinljn about ' picture in colors of a volcanic com; in
the value ot te Mellryde estate and tbe ' erur)tion. the scene beimr tak-n from
security ot its Dor.u.d debt. v nen ne i
the scene being
H. Hitchcock's famous paint-
i n u . if T
inKS. anu ine utico. cotei mi.i i a.. . y
Huinphres felt t.i-
forcst flrrs undor
Sept. 24 Transport Warren brings
news of President McKlnley's d ath.
Bept 24 All cla ms filed with the
Fir- Claims Commission. Total, $3,
2CO.O0O. Sept. 24 Richard Ivors weds Mis
Spt. 25 Citizens meet in Drlllshed
U a rack on which you need not
It depends on nn acid condition
of the blood, which affects the
muscles and joints, causes inflam
mation and pain, and results iron,
defective digestion and a torpi 1
action of the liver, kidneys and skin.
Sciatica, lumbago and stiff neck
are forms of it.
"Hold's Snrsaparilla has cured me tl
rheumatism. I was so I cor.id not lift an: -tl
tng a:id my k:;ees were so stiff I coul i
hardly set ttr or down stair?. Since taking
three bottlea of ilfnii's SarsapavOfa I ha'v
. ever felt a symptom of r!"uniat!sm. and
r rladly lecnmmend Hood's for trns d;--
ie." Mes. Hattu TtroER. Bolivar, M
Neutralize tlie acidity of the blood.
perfect digestion and excretion
ar.d radically and permanently
em'c rbepm M i m."
Nov. 18 Planters' Assorlatlon meets.
Nov! 18 Kllohana Art League opens
its fall exhibit.
Nov. 13 Planters' Association meet
Nov. 21 Annual meeting of Healanl
Nov. 21 Elks open new hall on 1-iUler
Nov. 21 Rapid Transit runs first car
over the Kalihi extension.
Nov. 22 Ernest ITogan's Minstrels
open season at the Orpheum.
Nov. 23 The Solare. with Admiral
Evans and the THIey courtmartial
board, arrives from Paso Pago.
Nov. 24 Queen Liliuokaiar.i moots
Hawaiian Mormons in Salt Lake City.
Prominent Business Men
Have much to say in favor of the new enclosed Arc
being installed by the Hawaiian Electric Company.
MR. W, W, DIMOND says
"I cannot say too much in praise of these lamps; they five a
soft, penetrating light, evenly distributed, and without fluttering
or noise. THEY ARE THE UEST LAMPS I HAVE EVER SEN."
W. H. SMITH, Manager of Manufacturers
Co., says :
"They are the best lights we have ever used, and I take groat
pleasure In recommending them."
We have many other such recommendations from prominent
business men. We will Install these Lamps at a small cost, and
they will give you five times the amount of light of the incandes
cent at the same cost. All other 4ic.hts are yellow In comparison.
No trouble. No danger. Burn eighty hours with one trimming.
Many other points in favor of these Lamps which we will be glad
to tell you.
Send us a posta!, or ring up Main 390, and we will be pleased to
call at your office.
Hawaiian Electric Co.
King Street, near Alakea : : i Tel. Main 390
ar.d hold memorial exercises in Mc-
14r. Kinney. Jud
m . . mm. '. w a j rl . . . -
neeu oi eviuence to support nis crtu-.i laruiey caienuar. rectum - f , Kinley's memory.
clsm of the property in which Mr. nent citizens; silhouettes of well-known Scot. 26 Fart well reception to Rev.
Kinney is so largely interested ind ', ,. and fine half.tjn.; cuts of A. E. Cory at the Christian Churrh
he required the master to make a re- Sept. 27 Anglican Church row before
port upo.i the value of the bon is as at - ! buildings and scenery will snpp.y tne the KU:SCopal convention in San Fran-
curlty fjr trust fund3. T.ie lepoit was
made and to Judo Humphreys' dlsip
polntrpei.t it was wholly favorable to
McBryde. Expert witnesses were heard
and they all testified that HcBvyde'S
bonds of $750,Oo) were secured by prop
erty worth $-.01.0,000. It WSS slibwn
that there id row healthy cane growing
on the McBryde plantation whLh would
sell, at current pricea. for IL256.M0; the
first o-rop to be off in January, ono of
10,000 or4 more tons, will bring
enough' cash to clear off the
bonded debt; In fact. the Mc
Bryile was shown to be a fee. sim
ple property, equal in richness to any
cane land In the country, a fully devel
oped and growing plantation of the
first order. Hearing such evidence, a
fair-minded Judge would have let the
pictorial features of the greit number,
The paper will go to suosciiber in I
the usual way, but all extra copies will
cost ten cents each.
The Roanoke puts Into port
with her cargo on fire.
Nov. 26 Pearl Harbor condemnation
Nov. 27 Thanksgiving exercises held
in Kaahumanu School.
Nov. 2S Thanksgiving day celebrat
ed. Punahou defeats H. A. C. In a
Nov. 28 Carter-Babbitt nuptials cel
ebrated. Nov. 20 Catholic bazaar and luau
hold at the Drlllshed.
Nov. 20 Harry Lubeck's body founi
floating in the bay. Murdered by un
Dec. 1 Bnttloship Wisconsin arrives
from Pago Pago.
Doc. 2 Protective Loficue disbands.
Doc. 2 Sixth Diocesan Synod of ihtf
Anellcan Chureh b?g:ns Its sessions.
Doc. 3 R. Moore weds Edna Hoffman.
Dec. 4 Judge Estee refuses Manager
jPain an It junction against the Rapid
"Roberts'" Cream of Chocolate
A new and delicious drink which requires no sugar or
crenm. Just add hot water and it's ready to drink.
The only beverage for invalids and children, or when
traveling or can ing.
Used in the Commissary Dept., TJ. S. A-,
for use in field and hospital
Telephone Blue 681. Fort Street.
HARMONY WITH AHAMMER.
The Bishop's Idea of harmonizing
things in his warring church seems to
take about this form: He would, if
irntion with thp diminutive firs! csncre- I or,'l,nr' departs.
tion and then, by refusing to give a new I
license to the Rev. Alexander Mackin- j
tosh, leave the united body without a sugar cultivation
rector. Then to kevp the present redo:
of Honolulu, the Rev. John Usborne
from stepping In to taite Mr. Ma-k n-
tosh's place, as he would have the right
Bent. 27 Honolulu Bar Association
meets and holds a McKinley memorial Bc. 4 Hawaiian Ditch Company,
service. with a capital of 5,000,000, was formed.
Sept. 28 McKlrlry memorial service Dee. 4 Harry Macfarlane wes Polly
at Kawalahao Church. Dunn.
Sf-pt. 2S Joseph H. Pratt, kamaalna, ' Dec 0 Johnson Nickeus, Hllo attor
dies. ; ney, dies.
S. pt. ?0 G. A. R. veterans meet at D- The ruins of Kaumakapili
Indf-n-r.derce Park. .Church being torn down.
Sept. CO Father Boarman, Jesuit,' 7 Artil'ory defeats IT. A. C.'s j
arrives. ! n t lost football r'u:i? of the season, j
Ort. 3 Frarcls Murphv, temnerance ec. " Uids fcr th- construction of
th B shop wharves op r.d.
Oct. 4 r 'oi.ierstone of Punahou i 9 Amp can synod in session.
School laid. i Dec. 10 Ju -;r" Humphreys refu
t. 5 Huelo plantation again starts Attorney kbui kou permission to speak
Has rernovoJ to Robinson Block, 32 Hotel Street
and new and large stock of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Japanese Goods, Etc.
matter drop, but not so Humphreys. 1 to do under canon law. Mr. Lsborne i
Disdaining the testimony ot bis own license would not b? renewed. Pfatur
wltnessos. intent on nothing but Injury ally this would leave the one congre
to the man who had Joined with the gation In charge of the Bishop, who
Bar Association In branding him p. o- would then be prepared to turn It over
tesdonallv. and avid for revencre. Judga to his successor with the recommends-
Humphreys again turned on McBryde
and ordered a guardian who had in
vested funds cf a ward In the planta
tion's bonds to give bet".er ycurl-y.
Such a Judicial act deserves th? sever-
tion that the new American shepherd
himself take the rectorship. The temp
tation for the new Bishop to do so
would bo strong: for surely an eloquent,
active Episcopal leader would not be
est rebuke, not only from the small ; content to make his narrow r unas as
army of local Investors In McBryde. but ! Inspector of a few little parishes, white,
from the disinterested oubl'e. Indeed. J native ana Asiatic, or as a household
such a procedure must ae.rnt the opin- 1 caller. He would want to be heard from
ton of the Washington autnorities. '.jte-j the pulpit and the people of his faith
ly expressed in the Washlngt n K iir, ! would want to hea-r him. What then?
that Judge Humphreys Is unfit to hold Why. Mr. Willl3's bote nolr. Mr. Mack
intosh, would ttrd himself In a cold cor-
a Judicial position.
The attack on Mr. Klnnoy Is in lln'i . ner and Mr. I'sborne. whom the Angll
wlth the conduct of this extraordin i y , can prelate has fought so long, would
Judge since his return from WsSBhMg have to take what the new BisV.p
ton. He began his campaign of revenge J might give him. In this way the Blsh
ty discharging from the service of the op Militant, the Rt. Rev. Alfred Willis,
court a stenographer, a member of the would be able to return to England
Bar Association that had found against w-lth the saintly satisfaction surh a
him in the Hartweil-Klnnev-Ballou f-iman must feel in having two long-cov-falr:
then he sought to keep Judge eted scalps In his belt.
Kaulukou. another member of the Bar j
Association, from winning a case by
refuslng'to let him examine native Ha
waiian witnesses in the only language
they knew, tn the only language save
Spanish Kaulukou's client know. a. id
In the only language the majority :t
ta Jury knew although It ha 1 ben
his custom theretofore to permit such
practice. Only the other day he re
fused to app in: Mr. Andrade a guir
dlan after the latter had been chosn
by the parties at Interest and gave the
place to a stranger whom he nal Im
ported from the coast- Andrade's o
fense was his share in the common leg il
opinion of Humphreys as a Judge.
These acts show how true was the
arraignment of Judge Humphreys by
the Bar Association and how- unfortu
nate It was that the case made out was
not fairly presented to the Attorney-General
of the United States. H id
Justice then bren done, injustice wouiJ
not be so rampant now.
THE OLD YEAR.
The shape of the New Tear Advertis
er will be nearly that chosen by Alfred
Harmsworth. whm he took charge of
the New Tork World for a day. to sb w
his id as of the dally Journal "f th
future. He went further tot "tabloid
Journalism" than the makers of the Ad
vertiser have found advisable in gt t
tlng up the details of tomorrow! r:i :t
paper, but his ideas of semi-magazine
form have been closely follow. 1. V'e Lew rs.
hope our readers. If they approve this Oct. 2i Plumbers' trust scored; jury
dimensional feature for every-ly ae. j brings verdict in favor of C. H. Brown,
will let us know. It strikes us as suit-! ( Oct. JO-fommar.der B. F. Tllley. u!
Ing public convenience better thin :ne i ' N- aJT1T?' on route to Pa-o Pago,
larger form. L,.,- r, T' r r' c-lxbntte sev-
The social experiences st Washington
of Mrs. Wile ix wMl be followed w ith
pleasure by the readers of our New
Tear number. Those who recall this
Journal's interview with Mrs. Wilcox,
on her return after a jrsjf winter at the
national capital, are aaer t.rhear more
about that memorable season. The ar
ticle we shall present will go a long
way to satisfy their curiosity, ana to
arouse Interest In ethers. Mr- Wilcox
has also written an agreeable account
of bis experiences In Congress.
The old. year has been a fairly agree
able one for the world at large. In the
United States there has been no abate
ment of progress and the outlook for
the auccess of the expansion policy has
Improved. But for the one great trag
edy which struck down President Mo
Klnl"y, the American nation would be
able to look back upon the events of the
first year of the new century with com
Europe has had no wars within Its
borders, and Its neonle have n. mif. .
ftred any extraordinary oeril or ra. 'recipients of th.se are expect
The year has brought peae In South
Africa appreciably narr. Other parts
of the Dark c-ruinent have remained
qniet and prosperous,
China, t rvjch much tribulation, has
entered u; . i a '-nrr-er of political and
Her' at home the great r-n?ral Inter
eats of the people have urrred no dis
aster, thouKh times have been some
what less prosperous owing mainly to
the absorption of our rust-irrs and poo
ls revenues by the t'nltfi States and
a V a n Art it r a rA 1 ... - M i
w mb ..ly oi me L.egls- . eleven ml.
lature. iw,EUO cluh
Y. K. C A. New Year.
Preparations for the Y. M. C. A. lvn-
cheon to be given at noon tomorrow in
, the hall of the Assoclat'on, promise to
I le the biggest social affair of the New
i Year. Invitations have been issue.! to
more than four hundred persons, and the
d to each
ri..p a yjunir man. A general invUa-
i t o-. Is extend, d to all young men of the
city. Tie directors will receive the
guests tn the p:vior.- between 12 and 2,
i v. h. nee they will pass to the hall up
j stairs Where the tables are to b, spread.
Tie lunch will crtlnue from 12 until 2.
. ... r wi.i i o rr.'.:r:
Hawaiian In court
Oct. 5 F' otb-ll season starts. Bffalla Dec. 10 Anglican Synod adopts stat-
Illmas defeat the Hackfelds. j es of the- Catli -i-r-.l of Honolulu.
Oct. 7 Manager Allen resigns from ' Dec. 11 Dr. Hartley resigns presi
Hawallan Hotel. 4ency of the Antl-Ssloos L a e-ue.
Oct. 8 Tailor J. S. Martin held up by ' ec. H Anglican Synod adjourns,
two highwaymen. 1 Dec. IS Jury decides that the land
Oct. V H. W. Bake assumes manage- wanted by the government at Pearl
ment of Hawaiian Hotel. Harbor is worth $T3 an acre.
Oct. 10 Dr. Wirslow, ex-government ro. 15 A baby's body found In a
physician arrested. KSkaskb ditch.
. . il Tin .. a.- .... v. i- i . . . T . r 1 ' T aurta rTr..tefl MnraiantBthrd
V L. Jl j.avwi. A i . 1 i L l. 1UU ' ' . . . I . . - " ... . . . .... . . .vT.. . . w . . . .
ed. I to fill the vacancy In tho flr.t di.-tr'ct. !2
Oct. 13 Tnnal Island purchased. To Dec. 15 Byle Dickey Jr. and party! 5
be converted into a cattle ranch. lost on Lanibuli for a night.
Oct. 13 Twenty-fifth anniversary of Dec 14 Eiks open new club rooms N
Ii;irmor.y Lodge. L O. O. F.. cekbra- with a .links.
ted. r e. 16 Wiil of R. R. Hind filed for j
Oct. 15 Miss Adelaide Widemann probate in San Francisco.
w eds Alfred Prune, in Oakland. I Dec. K E. R. Hendry resigns secre- isi
Oct. 16 M. E. Killean Company falls. Ubryshlp of the Republican executive
Oct. 17 Madame Blle Cole glveS Committee,
concert at the Opera House. j Bee. IS W. J. Robinson appointed
Oct. 13 Dr. Winslow sentonced to third circuit judge, and R. W. Breek-
Serve six months for assault on Rosi or 8, district attorney. j
Bui. - ; Dec. 18 Influenza epidemic through- J
Oct. 20 National Ouard of Hawaii 'ojt the Islands.
has a practice march ar.d shoot In Ma- j Doc. 19 Extension of Bishop street
noa Valley. ' assured. 1 -4
Oct. 21 Island schooner Ada makes Doc. 19 Kamehnmeha School cole- ' M
port: collided with the Blanche & Ella brates Founder's Day.
at sea. j Dec. 20 Pearl Harbor ca""s applied 2
Oct. 22 Bishop Wlilis to resign from to the Circuit Court of Appeals,
the Anglican Church in April. 1902. i Dec. 20 James Anderson, kamaiina,
Oct. 23 Emma de Fri.s makes claim on Maul,
to crown lands. Dc. 21 Pearl Harbor dredging br.rcr
Oct. Battleship Wisconsin arrives, branched.
Oct. 24 Drought on Hawaii broken. Doc. 21 Bag of registered mall stolen
Oct. 25 Contracts for the KaMhl ex- from the Kinau.
tension of , the Rap'd Transit signed. Dpc. 27 Honolulu visited by a beavy
Oct t Hawaii Yacht Club holds its thunder storm,
first cruise. . Dec. 23 Dr. John McGrew ceie-
Oct. 27 The first Hebrew congrega- brutes eightieth birthday,
tion organized. ' Dec. 24 Contracts for the co-.strue;-
Oct. 28 National Ouard has a. Rham tion of the Bishop wharf signed. Cot
ton Brothers to build it for SM3.759.
Doe. 24 Governor Dole pardons F. D.
Doc. 25 Christmas celebrated in all
Doc. jr. Volcano Marshall leaves f or
the Philippine Islands.
Dec. 26 The second Pearl Harbor
Dec. 26 Olaa mill starts grinding
cf the Dc. 27 Ksplolsnl Fstnt to erect a
, building in memory of Kapiolan!.
form- D-c. 27 Anti-Saloon Le i true and th j
Protective T.e.irrue consolidn ted.
NOT. 2 Mrs. Wilcox issues the Home ' Doc. 23 Henry Ah Fai killed by eloc
Rnle Republican. , tricity in Meinerny's store.
Nov- 3 Emperor -f Japan's bi thdav Boo. 29 Birhop Wii'is plnns to annul
ceu Drat d by the local Japanese. vitality of the Second Congregation.
Nov. 4 Three natives die from th-j Dec. 30 Forester Griffith starts o:
effects of drinking wood alcohol. his tour of Inspection.
INov. 5 Amat 'ur Orchestra cele-' Doc. 30 Second Consrresrntion refuses
orates its seventh anniversary. .' to accede to the demands of Bishop
n . .-t. kamaaina, litis.
Nov. 6 Bar Association reaffirms its
charges apainst Judge Humphreys.
Nov. 7 District Atto: aey J. C. Balrd
dl s in Denver, Colo.
Nov. 8 w. C. Peacock orders auto
mobiles from the Pmtt tn l.Ct'l K1 irk n
Mne to the Moana Hotel.
Nov. 9 Mother Goose fair held in the
Nov. 9 James Nelll opens season at
the Opera House In "Barbara Friet-chie."
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Now Being Opened Up.
An Assorted Shipment ff
Plat and Roll
Letter and Document Files,
Sectional Bookcases, F.tc.
battle in Jiaium Valley.
Oct. 2S The Solace, with the Tilloy
courtmnrtial board aboard, arrives.
1 . 2S Arthur Wall emda Hnrri
For Sale at Coast Pricefe by
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
FIRE INSURANCE 1
Oct. .d The HUM evionslon
Rapid Tranalt formally opened.
Nov. 1 Philharmonic Society
i: nil 11 mi
of Health starts a
There 111 be a game of association
football at M kiki tomorrow, commenc
ing' at 10.50 a. m. The Scottish Amateur
Athletic Association team will ormo.se an
up of members of the four
Nov. 12 H!k) visited by a food.
Nov. 12 Army officers select locm
tlons for const defenses of Hawaii.
,ov. 12 Ttollin M. Daggett
Nov. 13 Wor?
Mean Temperature 68.
Minimum Temperature 65.
Maximum Temperature 71
Barometer at 9 p. m. 80.13;
Moan Dew Point for the Day
Mean Relative Humidity 56.
Winds North. 3 to 2: weather clear.
Forecast for Today Light win 3:?,
clear weather, mornir.g temperature
down to the fifties.
CURTIS J. LYONS,
r.rw wharf on Nuuar.u stream.
". n inut-perd'mts meet and
adopt the name of Home Rule Republi
Nov, 1" Tax collection closes. Re
oepts in Honolulu amount to over J50O,-
Noy. 16 King Kalakaua's birthday
November 17 Walkikl
il I ill
OF O U CHAPELLE. GEfiMAKY---ESlObiiSHed 1825,
Has appointed the
Island Realty Co., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for the Territory of Ilaicaii,
and they are now prepared to isue policies against loss
The Aachen and Munich Firp In-urance Company has s
capital of $2,250,000.00; total assets of $7,223,243,00; and
surplus to policy holder- of $ 3,S j jr,. S 05,00, showing' it to be
MBOng tie leading strictly fire ii.5uracce
At the Oasette Office,
ISLAND REALTY CO.,