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GLAUS SPRECK ELS. W.M. G. IRWIN
Glaus Sureckels & Co.,
HONOLULU. - - - H.I.
Sau Francisco Agents The Nevada
National Bank of San Francisco.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAX ERAXCISCO The Nevada
Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of London,
NEW YORK Aegean Exchange
CHICAGO Merchants National
PARIS Credit Lyouunis.
BERLIN Dresdner Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA-
The Hongkong and SlauigbaLBanldng
NEW ZEALAND SD AUSTRALIA
Bank of New Zealand.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER
Bank of British North America.
TXAKSACT A GENERAL SAKXIXCt
AXD EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loans Made on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travelers Credit leaned. Bills of Exchange
Bought and Sold.
COLLECTIONS PEOXPTLT AC
Major Purdy Here.
W. A. Purdy, formerly with the
First American Bank of Hawaii at
Hilo, arrived in the Kinau last evening.
He is here on business.
Contractors & Builders
General Business Agency.
All kinds of laborers' supplies.
On hand ready to supply.
Postotlice Box S78.
King Street, near Liliha (Ewa side.)
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LEWIS & CO.,
Grocers Sole Agents
HART & CO.
THE ELITE IGE CREAM PARLORS
Pine Chocolates and Confections.
Ice Cream and Ices Water.
Geo. A. Martin
IF YOU ARE
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Room 11, Magoon Block, Merchant St.
Adrertislsg and Guinl Agsnt
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, igoo.
DON'T READ THIS X- -X-
FOJ? 77F CHILDREN
TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! -, ' V
WE ARE SHOWING THE BEST SELECTION AND LARGEST COLLECTION OF TOYS IN HONOLULU. OUR STOCK EXCEEDS ONE HUNDRED CASES.
Dolls tlia. squeak f Dolls that squeak
Dolls that speak I IH ALL SIZES AND COMPLEXIONS 1 Dolls that speak
Dolls that wash f FROM 25cts. TO S3.0Q i Dolls that wash
Dolls that don't J
L Dolls that don't
Our trumpets and drums startle the town.
Mechanical toys in every shape keep going.
Battleships that would do credit to any navy.
Trucks, wagons, trains to suit large corporations; also
Banks equal to any in town, all at exceptionally low prices.
Call and see them before going elsewhere as you cannot fail
to be suited.
FOR THE LADIES
STDGCi&rtV ""k "asts excelling everything of the kind
ever brought to town, in all colors and designs,
latest Sleeve, Coilar and CufT, 50cts. 65cts, 75cts, Socts, and Si.
Flannelettes in most beautiful shades; SJcts, lOcts, and
Dimities in great variety Scts, lOcts, 12Acts, locts, ITActs
and 20cts. Also 20 cases of Lawns, Organdies, Percales, etc.,
which we must clear out. 36in. wide, at 12Acts, usual price
15cts. These goods are all new and clean, our only reason
for selling them so cheaply is our want of space.
We have everything that man can wish for in furnishings.
Our Neckwear, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Hose. Underwear, Pajamas,
Bath Robes; also Soap and Towels, They are not to be
competed with in this city both for quality and styles.
Trunks in every shape and size at economic prices,
Just what to give your friends for Christmas drop into our
store, "we tvIH solve the question by showing you our Laugh
New Stock of Holiday Goods, such as new pieces of Steklixg
Silver nutl Cut Glass "Wake, Watch, Eixgs, Beauty and
Stick Pins, Bracelets, Cutf Buttons, and in fact everything
Icept in a first class Jewelry Store.
V"e have scores of beautiful things that exquisite taste
says are exactly right for Christmas Guts. We are selling,
these goods at Coast Prices.
We would be pleased to show you our stock whether
you buy or not.
532 Fort Street
STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE
:Is oar ne. stock of :
We can say withouta doubt that these
are the handsomest goods ever shown
in the furniture line in Honolulu.
THE COYNE FURNITURE CO.
Progress Block, Fort St.
A. CO WAS. itasaffer
J Hooea and Booms
Business xaen will tell yoa
& that aa ad in T&e S
S an BriafT fxxkl results le- 8
caoae thpeeple reaa it.
FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
In Domestics we are unsurpassable. We offer you 10-1
Sheetings at 20cts, 25 cts, 27Acts, 32ets and 45cts.
Pillow Casings from lOcts to IScts. A big selectipn.
Blankets in every shade; per pair 90cts, $1.00, $1.50, $1.75,
$2.50, $3.75, 4.50, etc.
Bedspreads " El Ultimo," 75'cts, $1.00 $1.25 each. Price
is no Criterion."
DON'T FORGET WE ARE GREAT HANDLERS OF THE BEST SEWING MACHINES, TO WIT: "THE STANDARD," "DOMESTIC," "AUTOMATIC," "NORWOOD," AND "VINDEX.'
OF THE ASSOCIATIONS
Four Hundred Guests Accept the Invitation
of the Young People at
Progress Hall Last Night.
Ya$ Joint reception last night by the
members of the Young Men's and
Yoonf WdJnen's Christian Association
"whs1 a grand and very unusual
awecew. These associations are generally
successful In their various
endeavors but seldom as much
so laat night In Progress hall
where the reception was held tllere
were assembled 40O guosts of tlio occasion.
Among the number wore
scom; of rocent arrivals in the city,
an iltkero were numerous others who
fcare H:l here a considerable time
bat who have not had the opportunities
of getting acquainted.
la the preparation for the event cf
last evening it was at first intonded
to have It a strictly invitation affair.
The plan was for onch member of tho
wo associations to iuvite one friend
but Uite plan was altered to a degree.
Yesieraay It was decided to publish
a notice welcoming all persons Interacted
1 the work which change was
mao ou account of slow mail service
In getting the invitations to tho de-aired
guost. The result was phenomenal.
The spacious hall was crowded
to a stand still. It was out of tho
Wtion to ?o throagh a system of
the guests so tho novnt plan
of pinning to the clothing n card bear-inc
the name of the wearer was
a 'opted and all were acquainted on
;j:t. Old-timers in the work oven
confessed that persons that they had
scon and known by sight for two or
rv vest they only becsune
with lasl atght. The members of
,.. two associations feel a just sense
of pride in Vhe reception and it will
the associations ta
6 ,rv!y strengthen
mff desired end.
shoct program was rendered and
duly onjoyod eonstetlng of the
Violin .solo. ,!tes oods;
bar-hell drill. Miss Bacon: swinging
of fire clubs. Mr. A. J. Coats; vocal
selection and encore. Mrs. Harrison.
Choice refreshments were served rftar
which the guests ascended to tho
platform on the roof of the building
nd took a view w. the planets. The
throng dispersed at an early nour.
At the annual election of officers of
the Healani Boat Club held Jit the. club
house last evening the following officers
were elected for the ensuing
year: President. W. E- Wall; vice-president,
G. H. Gero; captain, A. I.
o. Atkinson; vice-captain. Jas. W
commodore. A. L. Merry; vice-commodore.
H. G. Young, secretary,
-. M. Johnson; treasurer. Wade V
Thayer; auditor, Fred B. Damon.
Mre. Gehr Recovering.
Mr. H. B, Gehr whose husband was
"sent for on account of her serious
was reported out of danger when
the Ivlnau left liilo. . .
Hasson in Charge.
The Internal Revenue office was
opened up yesterday morning under
the charge of W. F. C. Hasson. The
checking out of Mr. Haywood was a
simple matter, everything being found
iu ship shape. Mr. Hasson states that
vere will be no changes In the personnel
of the office force.
A Paramount Question.
From the Baltimore, American.
Hawaii wants to send a prince as
delegate. Then would arise a question
for which there is no precedence
whether he would be addressed as
"Your Highness," or just "the gentleman
Concert at the capitol grounds this
William VIda of the police force left
for the mainland yesterday on the Rio
whence he goes for medical treatment
Wrny Taylor was kept from his office
Friday and Saturday by slight
illness. He expects to be at his post
Tho suits of Piltz and Low against
the Wilder Steamship Company occupied
the day again yesterday in Judge
Estee's court. The trial will last several
Francis Gay has had several braces
of California quail imported which
will be let loose to breed on Xiihau.
It is the intention to try and
the birds on the island and Mr.
Gay anticipates a success.
In Serving Others We Serve Ourselves
Iv. B. KERR & CO. Ivtd.
w SI allies
D. P. R. ISENBERG, President-
CHAS. BELLINA, Manager.
518 Fort Street.
First class rigs at fair prices.
Tiliglm 477. tehtiii "Pfcin" 3.
DR. I. J. EILBMITI.
OfTwi ui IcsMnct:
Cohnes Bebetama asd Axasea Sts.
OFFICE to 10 a. x, 2 to
4 p. x, and 7 to 8 r. x.
SUNDAYS 9 to 10 A. M.,7 to 8. ?.x
On Draught or in Bottle
st3" , .. tfik
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Au Exceptional Program, Clean and Artistic, devoid of any
suggestion of horaeplay.
6 NEW ARTISTS 6
Lately from "Oqiheuin," San Praucisco.
LOOK AT THE XAIIES, YOU KNOW THE1L
. World's Greatest Ladv CornetUst.
Mabel Le Claire, ' -
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Operatic Prima Donna, late of the "Bostouians."
Ida Howell, ' -
Tenor Soloist . , . "
Hanlon and Singer,
Champions on the EomanRings.
Edward B. Adams
"The Plumber." "
Con Ion and Ryder, '-
COMMENCLXG WITH THE RACING DRAMA
" The Faithful Jockey"
By a special cast. '
Absolutely the best program ever given in Honolulu.
i Prices---25, 50 and 75 Cents
I Box Office Open From 9 A. M.
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