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'rv ' 1- -4 ""- " ' v - 2;"LWtr. f3y.iX.rK?5c - -... . :-; A '.'.s''-,;' -V . -"- wi ,ft&- - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER iS, 1900. NINE. v y , v la- 1 I. 1 " f z 1 0OO!CKXCK?XX 5v Y9lB'e?v"ldPfli ITheShoeoftheCentury Ideal Patent Kid, Practical lor All Purposes. Always Dressed, Never Heed Polishing, - flVGinerny's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS & v C v S v u v v .S v v v v w tORAND Christmas Display of Exquisite Chtistmas Millinery ON MONDAY, DEC. 17TH, All the Ladies of Honolulu are Cordially Invited to Attend. MISS M. E. . JO V " . i' V - OUR. CHRISTMAS ,- . V;TSURPASSE8 .ANYTHING Silverware FOR "The unperor .lift . ; Lokdok's Craze H.Ys. DSLIGHT. Xmshica THIUMPj KILLEAN, Hotel Street. " J? ? ? " . ' v- :, '5f i.'V ' jGhatelaine Bags IN . Fancy For DISPLAY HERETOFORE SHOWN THE TOILET TABLE Leather Ooods Gentlemen's Complete Traveling Cases- CUT STEEL AND JET s Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars in Great Variety Handkerchief; sayssssft 3 Fansand Pincushions m and6 Lace so !& NewYorkDental -Parlors, Xoom J Elite Building? Hotel St. THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS. Ko More Iread of the Dental Chair Teeth extracted and filled' absolateb without pain by our late scientific methods. Ko" sleep producing agents or cocaine. These are the only dental parlors in Honolulu that have the patent appliances and ingredients to extract, fill and apply gold crowns and porcelain crowns, undetectable from natural teeth, and warranted for ten years, without the least particle of pain. Gold crowns and teeth without plates, gold fillings and all other dental work done painlessly and by specialists. ..Gold crowns, $5; full set teeth, $5; bridge work, $5; gold filling, $1 up; silver fillings, 50c. NOPIATES Any work that should not prove satisfactory will be attended to free of charge any time within 5 years. We are making a specialty of gold crowns and bridge work; the most beautiful, painless and durable of all dental work known to the profession. Our name alone will be a guarantee that your work will be of the best We have a specialist in each department. Best operators, best gold workmen and extractors of teeth; in fact all the staff are inventors of modern dentistry. e will tell you in advance exactly what your wont will cost by free examination. Give us a call and you will find we do exactly as we advertise. -- HEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS Room 4 Elite Building, Hotel St LADIES IN rtTTENDANCE. C. Quinn( a hack-driver, was before Judge Wilcox yesterday for wearing his badge in hi6 pocket insteatTof upon his left breast. Having a good record as a conscientious hackman, he was released with a gentle reprimand. . ENDOWMENT BOND. Do you know that an Endowment Bond in 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 in cash, with accumulated profits, and in event of death during the premium paying term, a cash addition to the principal sum assured, representing a return of from thirty to ninety per cent of the total premiums paid would be included fm the amount then due and payable to your beneficiary? I. R. Burns, Resident Manager, New Magoom building. Only that was enough te attraet much at-ten at the fashionable ballroom. There were many ladlee there, but none so charming. None so attractive. Her hair was her beauty. Other dresses as rich, other races as pretty, other dancers as perfect but no other hair so becomingly dressed; and the lady was the center of attraction. It is alw'ays so. Before you go to the ballroom, opera or party, you better see THE MISSES DE LARTIGUE, Leading Hairdressers, 10S5 Alakea Street, Opp. Y. M. C. A. jssoKascwasoscecec WE'D B CONTENT FROM BIRTH OTJS, COURSE THROUGH UFE TO RUN IF WE ONXir HAD THE EARTH, AMD A MORTGAGE ON THE SUN. BUT WE'D. IiIVE IN TOTAL BLIS8' - AND FREE FROM ATiT. THAT MARS IF WE OWNED THE SOLAR SYS TEM AND A KULEANA ON THE STAR. A large assortment of Harness and Harness Siipplies' just received ex ADVERTISED LETTERS list of uncalled for Letters remaining In the PostofSce at Honolulu up to December 16, 1SW: GENTLEMEN'S LIST. Andrews. Mast Hiveet A E (2) Ames, llr King, Ernest Aieary, Hast H Rolling. C A Aldons, Heber K. Kuthe, Anton Ames, Herbert B Lake, H T Becfe; Mr Lake.HF Bums. Mr Lellaire, Mr Brandt, C W Lennox, J Brownfield, J C LeClear, H J Brown, R A Linder, A F Braun. Jas Lockheed, Herb Brandt M Loebenstein, A. B 3rown, C H Long, A A Bowers, W F LoEhran, A. Besser, R W H Ludwig, Bemrose, R H Ludwig, H Benson. Henry Lucas, Logan Bauer, G X Martins. John A Bartlett L A McAulton, A Bankraz, Emil McKenzie. Scott Clark. F F McNamara, Chas Clark, J STcNichol, Gilbert Cahill, Wm, McGreen, J Campbell, McKenzie. A Mr. and Mrs. Newcomb, Wm B Carlson. Victor Nelson, P Cox, T B OHn Nick Cropley, M P Jarker, Geo I Davis, Richard Peterson Mast W Devereux, A Peterson, Mast F Delanux, Henry Peterson, T M niggs, M H Rabe, R Dolan, Reynolds. S E Dudony, Mr Reaside, Wm DuBoise, T P Richardson, F D Dunbar, Ed Richardson, J Durkin, Thos (2) Robinson, jGeo Allison, C G "Royce Geo F Enos, Jr., Frank Roberts, Wm Emery, H Roberts, W A Estelle. J R Seabold, John French, Jack Schult, August Gandall, Thos Schulte, J Gardner. Edward Schrotke. H B Gear, M Sinclair; Thos Glenn, John Sinclair. J Greenwell. F R Slipper, R P Griffin, Mickle Slvthe. J S Hayselden, A N Smithies. Mast T Hawes. H A Snvder. Eli Hawkins, George Geo Haslett, N Snencer. Thos P t j ..:,- Snonofir. L IV Hefferman CA (2) Sterling. J Helm. Mr Stone, C K Sullivan. Cap L. O Hinson. B F Howland, Hastings Tolland, John Houghtailing. Tinele. Charles Geo. S. (3) Tnmble, Geo Holt, Wm R Thompson. H Holt, E S A ! t v o Ttinmnsnn, , L v tlUIL, J., Afc Houston, Frank Valentine. E S Holland, Dr J Vrner. Mast Tom Howard, M A Walker. Fred Huggins. W Walsh. E P Inman, A V 'ard. Capt D H Wheatley, H L Jones. Edward Joseph, Frank S Williams. Wm F Wilborton Mr Johnson. S Johnstone. M Wicker. Mr Johnson, Emil Wood. H witfjnhouse. R D Johnson, B Kemble, William Wringler. B LADIE8 LIST. Andracn. Mrs W Johnny. Mrs A P learv. Miss F Kane. Miss A iear', Mixs M King. Mrs J A ilemrnse, ..us K Lawton. Mrs Geo Belmoro. Mrs May. Mrs. Frank irenham. Mrs NKMillerf M i. B G Clark. Mrs A McGrure. Miss E Campbell, Miss MNalie, Miss Mary Qummings, Clara Forrison, Mrs. F Cloud, Miss S Perry, Mrs J Cloud, Miss SW Rosie.Miss Cloud, Miss E Robertson, MrsFb Brown. Mrs M R Richards. MissLN Davidson. Miss E Sheard, Miss W Davis, Miss Q Sharp. Miss W Davis, Miss H Shaw. Miss Lula Davison, Miss E Smith, Miss E Dowsett Mrs A C Smith. Mrs L Ernsburgh, Miss J Smithies. Mrs JA Foster, Mrs T F Smith, Miss M M Fuller. Mrs Alvin Tnole. Mrs E Goodale. Miss C Withword. Miss H Hart Miss C-I Wassman. Miss L assen, Mrs J A wheeler. Miss Hollander. Mrs T Wright. Mrs F. Holt Mrs C J Young, Mrs Hough, Mrs L B PACKAGES. Pritchard. Mrs C Sheldon, Miss H In calling for these Letters please ask for "Advertised." J. U. OAT, Fostmsater. lock of her hair ai"t) I 1 Mmubcturhg mrocssJQ,. g , I j g CORNER FORT A KING STREET g f '-: ; S p. a sWk itoi at- k Vrfrfam: - '" "& iiiinitnin'mMiKiMrB) mmmmm &iiM but 'c .; And all we want besides is a fair Bhare oryour patronage," - f W. 3- St "Katkenne. :i personals. ;; .'Our bread insures good health and appetite. New England Bakery. Governor Dole, who is visiting the iauaL is expected none by the end of the week. Charies B. Wilson, in his suit against Liliuokalanl. yesterday filed his appeal bond of 530, E. O. Han Son, Ltd.. haTe removed in their new building, corner Foil and King streets. Fritr Edler. a native of Germany, was admitted tO"citizenshipyesterday by Judge Estee. itc cinns5 nm. and Paia Plantation mmi w it will start up on Slonday morning. Our handsome 52 boxes of handmade candies make elegant Christmas presents- New England Bakery. The funeral of the late William Dudley Hunt took place from the residence at Waikiki Sundav . at 10 o'clock. Manager Kein of the Metropolitan jicat Co.'s booth at the fish marks nas a lot of live turkeys for sale. Our delicious fresh candies in fancy boxes. 25c and upwards. New England Bakery. The Chinese Relief Society has on deposit in the .Bishop Bank the sum of $9,SQ0 for charitable purposes. The Lahaina. Waihee and Huelo clubs gave a benefit concert last Wednesday evening at Lahaina. Our pastry is made from best material by best workmen and is the best in the city. New England-Bakery. L. S. Matthews & Son are holding a great Christmas sale qt furniture. Every line will go at reduced prices. The teachers' committee wjll hold its meeting to-day. To-morrow morning the board of education will meet Try our mince, pumpkin, custard or cream pics; they're delicious. New England Bakery. If you are thinking of putting lights in your home, let The Union Electric Co.. 611 North King street, figure on the wiring. Whole wheat, 1-Tench. rye, twist milk or steam bread, every morning at New England Bakery. The work on the Hilo railroad is reported as going ahead satisfactorily. Two miles of the track are laid and the stretch of steel is daily growing. Our cold sliced ham sandwiches touch the spot New England Bakery. A dinner will be given at the Y. M. C. A. Hall on Christmas Day. A cordial invitation is extended to every young man away from home to attend. J. Lightfoot. the new guardian of the minor children of James A. King, deceased, has filed a receipts of property turned over oy W. O. Smith, former guardian. . Gluten bread for invalids at New England Bakery. Phone 74. Company I, First Regiment, N. G. H., will hold its first election of officers next Thursday at Wailuku. Major J. W. rratt will be present at the election. Be up-to-date and buy your bread at New England Bakery. News comes that H. Hanberg will succeed W. H. bchmidt as head luna at Kaanapali. - David Kuikahi has also succeeded Mr. Sparks, as ware-houseman for the Kahului xtailroad company at Pahal. The toy sale at L. B. Kerr & Co.'s Queen Street Store is now in full swing Today they are showing novelties just unpacked. Toys at any price you like. See their 5-cent and 10-cent tables on show today. Ah Leong and several other were arraigned before Judge yesterday for selling tobacco without a license. Their cases were continued until Friday morning. S. F. Chillingworth will defenu them. The Sierra due to-day will bring for the Metropolitan Meat Co. a very large shipment of heef, mutton and veal, also a large supply of turkeys, geese, ducks and all game. in season. Mr. Waller says that this consignment will be ample to supply all the people in Honolulu for Christmas. Haidsomt Phito Albums Given Away Durlns the Holiday Season wo will glre a handsome photo album to crery purchaser of an Zjistman Kodak, no matter what the price of the camera may be. Our cameras are all new: we hare HO OK XODAXS Those w sell are the best cameras made and the price are the same as the goods are soltMor oa tha Mainland. Brownie Kodaks 51.00 Pocket Kodaks K.co Falcon Kodaks, 3.';x3; S3.CO Ball's By, alms only 2Co.3.3Kx3K S.00 No. 1.4X3 liCO Special So.5.3vX3; 15.00 " 11x3 20.CU Folding Pocket So. 2.3,'x3jf 10.TO Ballets, Interchangeable for films or plates So. 2, 3 fcxSiJ S10 CO So. 1. 1x5 13 CO Special So. 2. 3ix3; IS 00 Folding" Pocket, alms only Na.l,3.x34 S100O -- So. 3.3ixl' l'SO Cartridge, films or plates So.3 .... CO S0.4.1X3 ......... 2300 So. 5, 3xT 33 CO Folding1 Pancram. filsa only no. us?... ..-now Soit,3.Sxl2 We jrtre a booklet of wttii ererr camera: Oar'rtock of photo Is complete. Frrth plat- a&d. Alms In fit all six oi camera are re celred by as ca every steatswr. we do pjtnrrrHo, axdhkiskiko Hobron Drag Co. Cor. Fori and King Sta. IT I ? , , , j J? l. S. Sachs & LIMITED. The Salt of Christinas Goods HAS COMMENCED IX BEAi EABNXST, 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. I S. Ms Dry Goods Co., Ltd JOPBEERJ i55 RETAILERS F03E3T STSEET. Ex Jlauna Ala, a Piano Box Low ith Folding e DIFF'ERENT Three different shades We are Latest Style Buey at boast Prices ! We have All Styles on Display at our Repository Inspection Invited. Q. SCHUriAN Merchant Street, between Forfc and Alakea Streets. BELIOKIL Toxnra szxkbt, feet. a2?i b TkecBU Saaze. Kcly fwBWwd hxhm iritk board. AIM UM bod. Ttlvboae Vimm 371 is a "-- ' - - '&- J- - - - . - - '. -' f - '- T"trfc jA4t yv -v -v r,V '.& Mtft " .."VS 74e T Dry M Co. h t t new shipment of Wheel Buggies or Canopy Top Russet, Drab and Cream. selling this m SOeot Barkr Shop kkvxjt yrssr.cxAss bajcxsss. AxUactea Slock, ; : : Hotel fc lOtXPX TXMT AJIDI2, Vr.