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AUSTIN'S HAWAIIAN WEEKLY. - LDCBL There are fifty golfers in Honolulu, a num ber sufficient to form a flourishing club. Messrs. Lovekin and Adams take the lead in this invigorating pastime. The case of W. C.J. Ottman against the Minister of the Interior to show cause why a light wine and beer license should not be granted to the plaintiff was before the Su preme Court last week, and now awaits the decision of the full bench. The Australia's new captain, a veteran of the civil war, has responded to the call for school-flag funds. Though long and favorably known in this port, he has sig nally made a good impression as com mander of Old Reliable. Owing to an unavoidable accident which destroyed the beautiful frontis piece on the colored cover and many of the most important halftone illustra tions of this beautiful Christmas edition of Austin's Hawaiian Wkekly it was absolutely necessary to delay publication until Tuesday morning instead of Christmas morning as announced. Our art printing department have been com pelled to work night and day, and through Christmas, to repair the injury. The Wkkkly, notwithstanding the ac cident, is in a position, although late, to offer the public the most artistic special edition ever published in Hono lulu. All of the engravings, art work and printing was produced in this city by the Austin Puhushing Co. plant. Manila is not without those sad inci dents that sometimes come to the notice of the Honolulu public. The following item from the Manila Freedom tells a sorrowful story of a girl leper: " Seventeen-year-old Isidora Hernandez, an orphan, was taken from her home on Calle Isac Peral, Ermita, yesterday, and sent to Lazaretto sis a leper. Isidora is a very pretty Filipino girl and, when taken before the Hoard of Health for examination, told a pitiful story. She related how she was left an orphan and uncared for. and that dreadful disease first made its appe trance eight or ten years ago, and had made no headway until of late. During the last few months traces of the malady appeared on her face and attracted the attention of Capt. Crame, who caused her arrest." Metropolitan Beat Co. 108 Kino Street. G. J. WALLER, : : Manager. THERE Wholesale and Retail BTJTOHBES AND NAVY -::- CONTRACTORS No. 103 Hotel Street, : Honolulu,!!. 1 HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY, m The Old Reliable. DKAI.ERS IN' Drugs and Chemicals Always carry a full line of PBOTOGRAP5I0 mATGRIAL On hand. Films "and Hates carefully De eloped and Printed. Prescriptions a Specialty. Fort Street, : : Honolulu, H. I. Claus Spreckels. Wm. O. Irwin. PLAUS SPRECKELS & CO., T-r TTT'fT TT1 TT HONOLULU, . . . hopp & Company, 74 King Street, Honolulu. Dealers in Reed and Rattan Ware, Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers and Furniture Dealers, Hair Moss, Straw and Spring Mattresses made to order at short notice. Pianos moved. Orders from the other Islands Solicited. A Valuable Endorsement. Mr. I. R. Huhns, Hishop's Hank, Manager of the Provident Savings Life and Insurance Company of New York. Di;ar Sir, The ten and fifteen year endowment policies fur my three sons, for furty-fne thousand dollars from your Company, delivered by jou, are eminently satisfactory, and 1 commend the forms issued by your Company to all )oung men. Yours very sincerely, Mark P. Koiiin-ox. Alpine Fire Proof Safes 0 13 R None Eetter None More Economical Money Invested in these Safes ate as safe as the " Roek of Gibraltar," 'fTTTT'Tl VTTTV1 . . . . Hawaiian Islands. Bankers u" Satiafaction Guarantaad. Draw Exchange on the Principal Parts of the World, and Transact a General Banking Business. BEER;, FlBAN 6j 00'S BliBHIAiPED IiONDON BlSGUIIiK. Deliriously appetizing Biscuits for delicate digestions. LEWIS & CO., Leading Grocers. Telephone 240. 1 1 1 Fort Street. 6. BRBWER & GO., Ltd. GENERAL MERCANTILE AND COMMISSION AGENTS. H. E. HENDRICK, gB8nt Hawaiian Islands. till King Street. DR. POSEY. Specialist for Eye, liar, Tin oat and Nose diseases.and Catanh. Masonic Temple. BRUCE WARING & CO. IS found excellence in our every department; particularly in those departments that re quire special facilities and experience in catering to the tastes and demands of ' a discriminating and exacting clientele. LIST OK OI-'HOERS : 1 C. Jonks, President. Oko. H. Uohf.rtson, Vice-I'res. and Mangr. V.. V. HlSHol', Treasurer and Secretary. Coi W. K. Ai.i.kn, Auditor. DIRECTORS: C. M. Cookk, II, Watkkiiousi:, .. O. R. Carter. Promoters and Dealers in REAL : ESTATE. I'ROMOIKKS OP PACIFIC HEIGHTS. Rooms 0 and 7 Progress Block. Telephone G78. Lewis & Co., Leading -::- Grocers 1 1 1 Fort Street. Telephone 240.