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. 4 W V ' 'It -- - F: t ! f a s 1 8 1 1 fr0O0900OX9OOKKKXK The Shoe of Ileal Patent Kid, Practical for All Purposes. Aivays Dressed, Kever Heed Polishing, lWGlnerny's Shoe Store I g SOLE AGENTS jjv -. o NA (0 Miss M. E. Killean Hotel Street, Arlington Block. MILLINERY, HAIR DRESSING, MANICURING AND DRESS MAKING. OUR, CHRISTHAS SURPASSES ANYTHING v erare FOR Leather Goods Chatelaine Bags Fancy For Gentlemen's Complete Fansand Pincushions Embroidered and Lace &.&r&A, "The Emperor" FIRM'S LITEST HTs.' Delight. AMERICA TRIUMPH the Century WE HAVE JUST OPENED . . . A NEW STOCK OF SWELL CHRISTMAS HATS THE STYLES ARE EXQUISITE DISPLAY HERETOFORE SHOWN ' THE TOILET TABLE IN CUT STEEL AND JET Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars Traveling Cases in Great Variety Handkerchief M 1 M ACTIVITY IN ROAD, DEPARTMENT The Roadmastcr's Farce Is Busy on Various Thoroughfares. The ne1!!" steam roller which recently arrived by sailing vessel has been taken piece ne2t to the government stables -where it is being put together by an expert, and -sill soon be ready for business. The machine is expected to fill a needfnl vant fn the road and street department." Roadmaster Campbell has a force of men at work on Waikiki road, looking after general repairs, and replacing a storm culvert that -was -washed out by the last heavy rain. It is the Intention to have the speedily completed. Another force Is engaged in the grading of Diamond Head road, and that thoroughfares is now in presentable shape beyond the Head. King street, between Punchbowl and South streets, shows what can be accomplished by judicious road work. A generous covering of macadam has been distributed over the street, after .a sufficient amount of dirt has been removed. A steam roller has been employed in this work for some time. The recent rain brings out the new and old roadway in striking contrast Governor Dole to Kauai. There was quite a crowd of friends at the steamer to see Governor Dole off last evening for Kauai. How to Cure Croup. Mr. R. Gray, who lives near Amenia Duchess county, N. Y.. says: "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the best medicine I have ever used. It is a fine children's remedy for croup and never fans to cure." When given as soon as tne child becomes hoarse, o reven after the croup has developed, it will prevent the attack. This should be borne in mind and a bottle of the Cough Remedy kept at hand ready for instant use as soon as these symptoms appear. For sale by Benson. Smith & Co.. general agents for Territory of Hawaii. MONUMENTS Marble, Granite and Blue Stone CEMETERY COPING Monuments lettered and cleaned Stone yard, between King and Hotel on Alakea Street. SAFES . . . THE MOSLER The best in the world. Call and examine our stock. We have sold 250 SAFES since November 1st, 1S99. HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE t MONUMENTAL GO. 611 Kins Street. Phonu 502 3 ENDOWMENT BOND. Do you know that an Endowment Boa i the Provident Savings Life .assurance Society combines protection and investment, and at the end of twenty years the principal sum would be paid to you ia cash, with accumulated profits, and in event of death durrsg the premium paying term, a cash addition to the principal sum assured, representing a retnrn of from thirty to ninety per cent of the total premiums paid would be included in the amount then due and -payable to your beneficiary? I. R. Burns, Resident Manager, New Magoon building. THE MISSES DE LiRTIGUE HAIR DRESSING AND MANICURING PARLORS 1085 ALAKEA ST. Next to Dr. Anderson's. ' " TEiaSPHOKE MAIN 343. jJ2OiOS0eOI0iOK)iKKXi WE'D BE COS TENT FBOM BTBTH OTJK COURSE THROUGH UFE TO RUN IF WE ONLf HAD THE EARTH, AND A MORTGAGE ON THE SUN. BUT WE'D IJVE VS TOTAL BLISS AND FREE EROM ALL THAT MARS IF W OWNED THAT SOLAR TEM AND A HULEANA IN THE STARS. And all of your .'-"'V. .Aiarge'tassortfuent of Harness -I just received ex St. Manufacturing !J PERSONALS. J? Give your wife a swell hat for Christmas, 21ts, JJanna. mlGin.r. King street. t The regular monthly meeting of the Chamber of Commerce will be held today at 10 o'clock a. m. The last will and testament of F. S. Keiki, deceased, was admitted to pr--bate yesterday. Wm. G. Irwin &- Co. has an impor tant notice in this Issue to shippers and consignees per S. S. Zealandia. Shampooing and scalp treatment ? specialty at The Misses De Lartigue's hair dressing and manicuring parlors 10S5 Hotel street, next to Dr. Anderson. The American Messenger Service will make special arrangements during the holidays for suick and efficient service in delivering packages, invitations, etc. Tel. Main 199. A by authority advertisement in reference to the Plumbing Inspector's office and other rules, will be found elsewhere and will interest persons having business with that office. The Advertiser has secured a new reporter in the person of Miss Ernes- Coughran, until lately one of the stars on the San Francisco Call, where she was perhaps best known under the pseudonym of "Nan BLxby." To a 'pleasing personality she adds true ability and cleverness. Impossible. "You have been accustomed to luxuries, my dear, but you must remember that it is hard for me to begin where your father left off." "Oh. but papa says he would And it impossible to leave off after you had begun." Life. Took No Precautions. Mr. Meddergrass The papeY says as how young Ezry Bliggers has broke out as a poet. Mrs. Meddergrass You don't say! Well, I remember tellin' Mrs. Bliggers when Ezry was a little boy that she was foolish not' to have him vaccinated. Baltimore American. Photograph the Baby. Have you had a photo taken of baby? That's the question every mother is interested in. Baby is baby only once in a lifetime and what parent does not cherish the memory of his happy, care-free ways? Then perhaps unkind fate has something sinister in store for him, who knows? Have a photo of baby bj all means and don't put it off. King Bros, make a specialty of child photography at their new studio, 110 Hotel street I riodern!& ? I Livery J I AND I I 1 I I FIBST CLASS BOARDING? I AT THE I 2 Territorial 1 Stables Co. i King St. Opp., Kawaiahao Ghnrch TEUEPHONE JIVIAIN . v .. we want besides is a fair share patronage. aud Harness Supplies " : "Katheriue." Harness Co, CORNER FORT A KING STREETS & P. jb. Bx Ne, 522 TfctaplMM Ita. 22t ' - - INTQESTItt KNIT IF TIE SECKTIBI if WMff I nrus the ; - . Jj : s j; and & the j 1 1 . -X J ii the $ v if , $ the ! of j jj j & - , j j Ji of ! yj j - 1 j! is - 1 J the I JI j - . ; $ of - ; J of . h 4 of j J? Recounts the Great Work: of the Army . for the Past Year Requirements ' in the Philippines. WASHINGTON. Dec 3. The an nual report of secretary -Boot is of f more than C3nal interest owing to its wide scope and the fact that it treats ; of subjects of such importance as the ' Philippine insurrection, the Chines campaign, the developments in Cuoa and Porto Rico, and finally with, the subject of army reorganization. Some idea of what the army has been doing in the field and at home is conveyed by the secretary's statements that Its nnaiifintia trxMrtrfiw rha irownHrm the war for the suppression of Philippine insurrection and establish mem ot me government in me pines the rescue of the foreign minis- ters in Peking, the preservation the relief of distress in Alaska and construction of roads and telegraphs there; the conduct of the government of Porto Rico until .May last, the con- duct of the government of Cuba, prose- cuting office and harbor works, construction of sea coast fortifications. the garrisoning and maintenance military posts and fortifications, discharge of a little over one-third the army and the re-enlistment of sol- diers to take their places, and the dis tribution of supplies to the scattered forces. The chapter of the report treating military operations in the Philippines is a recital of the features of cam paigns that were conducted in the lands during the past year. It is said that the purpose was to pursue bands of Filipinos scattered through- out the islands. The effort was sue cessful and resulted in the further and practically complete disintegration the insurrectionary bands: in the res cue of nearly all the American and Spanish prisoners: in the capture many of the leading insurgents and the destruction of large quantities arms and supplies. Secretary Root says that with the execution of the military plans there all formal and open resistance to American authority in the Philippines terminated, leaving only an exceedingly vexatious and annoying guerilla warfare of a character closely approaching brigandage which will require time, patience and good judgment to finally suppress. Secretary Root says the military requirements in the Philippines may be summed up as follows: For the immediate future, about 60,000 men. This number may be progressively decreased by the gradual disappearance of real Insurrection and the restoration of order and by the substitution of native troops costing less than half to support. Trying to Be Merry. "I suppose you feel rather disappointed at the way the election turned out?" " "No," answered the defeated poli tician, lou will observe that the same people are kept in office. The fault I have to find with the election is that it didn't turn out." Washington a.ar. The Best Plaster. A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound to the affected parts is superior to any plaster. When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest, give it a trial and you are certain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it aflord3. Pain Balm also cure3 rheumatism. One application gives relief. For sale by Benson. Smith & Co., general agents for Territory of Hawaii. Handsome Photo Albums Given Away Durln? :fce Hollrtar Season ire will irfre a handguns phot" album to every iurehaM?r of aa Eastman Kodak. nr matter what $he pricv of the camera may 6. Oar cameras are all newt we have NO OS KODAXS The sell are the bt cameras rnaile and the price are the same as me sxxis are sola ror on the Mainland. 3rowsie Kodaks S1.0O Pocket Kodaks KM Falcon Kodaks, 3fx3; SUO Bull's Eve, Alms only ibm 12.W Special Ko.2.3M3; 15.CO " 4.1x3 axoo Folding Pocket So. 2,3'irJj; ltXCO Bullets, lstrrciuingeable tor f.la or plates Sfc 2. 3m3j 113 CO So. 4. US ... 1JCO Special So. 2, SJisa.S" I?W Folding Pocket. Sims only 11000 So.2.3'is3K ) So.3.3'iX.. 1-30 Cartridge, icterchaacvahle. nlms or plate So.3 nacu S.. 4. 4lS ts w S-5 3x7 3SCQ Toldirg FAsoraxo. films ctsly So. i,2;x7 nocn No. t.Ssx - - We jrive a ol lth every caiwrn. Oar." of thato sappllen i coiapIete.Frerti plates and Blnt to fit all Mies cr cameras are tJ by t en every steamer. WE DO PKIXTTjrG, AKS TXS1SSJSO Hobron Drug Co. Cor. Fort and Kinf SU. .. - 3 V I S. Sachs 3 $ jg & LL30TXD. The Sale of Christmas Goods HAS COMMENCED IN RE AT, EARNEST, and bids fair to eclipse all previous records. Our stock of Novelties, suitable for Holiday Gifts, is complete. We have hundreds of dozens Handkerchiefs from the ordinary Lawn Hemstitched to the handsome Lace Trimmed Effects. We are also Headquarters for handsome Neckwear, Gloves and Ribbons, while our Millinery Department is full of Seasonable and Stylish Head-wear. We are showing the handsomest line of Ladies' Capes. ever displayed. CALL AND INSPECT OUR IMMENSE STOCK. Jf. S. Saclis Dry Goods Co., Ltd J0PBEEK 225 RETAILERS EOI3T STEEET. VSv!9IssbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV "mf I im ' TBI1" xtrrilfCl i i v V IcOtIvV V wVf OUR STOCK OF BUGGIES, PHOTONS SUEREYS, RUNABOin'S is larger and more complete than anr other stock in Honolulu TTe also carry a full line of Delivery and Express Wagons, Farm Wagons, Dump Carts, Etc., Etc., Etc. We invite you to inspect our stock whether yoit ' want to buy now or later. We are Solo Agent for the STUDIO .baker goods Dry Gouu b 0U 2 S ioaE ii 5CHUHAN Fort and Alakea Streets." Silent Barber lop stktxsT yntarxjuw AzlssctM Kck, m G. Merchant Street, between BELTlORdL TOUsTO STJUEZT, st. Alsstl ud majr. Newly foraisbed rooM with board. Alotblbord.TiAcelUam: ' f - &,-.&.-. K 7 J5SiTtsi11&. SS-- 'V.- .- .!" a j . -.. ' ? m - J,H lb.,V '-,1,-k r 3-$ '' vK ft. fiSe?3, v., V ... V.: Vj&& ,.-.-, r.C:t.'