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u s HAWAIIAIMI& Engineering and Contraction Co. ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALR BUILDING. O All clz of EagJaeeriog Work solicited. Examinations, Surveys aJ Reports made for aay class of Waterworks, Steam and Electrical Conrnctlon. PlaaB and SpdScathns and Estimates prepared, and Coastrttctlos Superintended In all branches of Engineering Wort. Contract solicited for Railroads, electric and steam; tunnels, Bridget. Italldiags, Highways, Foundations. Piers, Wharves, Etc SPECIAL ATTENTION clven to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports of Properties for Investment purposes. FREDERICK J. AMWEG, M. Am. Soc. C. E. Engineer and Manager. W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer. In Manga Valley 2L.l ..Telephone Hun 379.. uupueo - Tract Containing the most beautiful building sites that can be found adjacent to Honolulu. 5 Artesian Water Carried to Euery Lot.... 1 The Rapid Transit Railway f runs through its center. p Macadamized and Stone Curbed Streets- 3 FOFl SALE BY THE Island Eealty Co, Ltd, g 204 juod i3uiitito I i ti fUmTM&Q. 2 ft. & u&H VJJ B Qina IS i 0PEHTO . . . o? the Leading Dressmaking 1 V V V V V V V and Millinery House. - - - S THE LATEST CREATIONS M GOWNS AND HATS. CHILDREN'S ORESSES OF ALL KINDS. FASHIONABLE EUROPEAN NOVELTIES AND GOODS. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. TWO DEPARTMENTS DRESSMAKING MILLINERY. I HARRY P. DAVISON, - M'g'r A. A. MONTANA. - - - Prop. The Miss Killean Stores. HOTEL STREET. PHONE MAIN 311. 2 LjJUJlJ J J.1 I1 ' ' r g : -' - V V-: - r ; ; Ti TERRITORY STABLES A MODERN LIVERY, up-to-date In every particular, first-class boarding. Rigs delivered and called for In any part of the city. 3 V Ni't keep your horse at the ftote! Stables Where the feed Is good, the conditions sanitary, attention, prompt and. kind, and RATES MODERATE JAMES 8011. Prtpiir. Teeth extracted and filled absolutely without pain by our late scientific methods. No sleep-producing agents or cocaine. These are the only dental I 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. I Gold crowns, $5; full set teeth, 15; bridge work, $5; gold filling, $1 up; silver fillings, 50c NO PUTES 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 besL We have a specialist in each departmenL Best operators, best gold workmen and extractors of teeth; in fact, all the staff are inventors of modern dentis try. We will tell you in advance ex actly what your work will cost by tree examination. Give us a call ana you will find we do exactly as we adver tise. H ji S F. ThOITiaS, AlanaGr, ! Commission Agents. FISH MARKET f BOOTH Wm. J. ARNOLD, Manager. HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A CHOICE LWE OF Imported and Domestic Meats; Fish; Live and Refrigerated Poultry, Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Potatoes, Fruits and Vegetables. Tvra dtllveri6 dally to any pktee within city" limit at 9 a. m. and 3 . IB. Customers during to have their erders delivered are respectfully to call and leave tao same prior to the hours above named. WHY? . . NEWYORKDEHTALPABLORS Hoom 4 Elite Building, Hotel St LADIES IN ATTENDANCE. Office open from 8 a. m. to S p. m. Make appointments for evening For Ghristmas! Natural Green Trees. All sizes. Glass Balls and Strings. Beautiful designs. Imitation Fruits. For filling with candy. Tinsel, Strings and Lametta. Gold and Silver. Canale Holders. New, novel designs. Candles. A very large and complete selection. Bon Bons. Complete stock from 10 cents up, containing Mottoes, Musical Instruments, Toys, Bric-a-Brae, Masks and Caps. Favors. An amazing display. Cornucopias. A choice stock. Baskets. All sizes. Candy Boxes. A complete stock. SANTA CLAUS.... In elegant arraignment. Candies, finest in the world Lowney's LEWIS ft Go. bid 240 Three Telephones 240 Ml. G. lilWIIf & CO., LTD ooo Wm. G. Irwin.. President & Manager Claus Spreckels.. First Alee Pesident W. M. Giffard. Second Vice President H. M. Whitney, Jr.. .Treas. and Sec'y OOO Sugar Factors -AND OOO AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic S. S. Co. Of San Franclaco. Cai. Board, $4.50 per week Meals, - - - - 25c Each FllYATE RH1 FSS U6IES. EVERYTHING NEW, CLEAN and FRESH. Ji?e popular Ffestaurapt BtlJSt.bck tit PwsSc". Wela Ka Hao Saloon. " r QUEEN STREET. JUST OPENED. ' COOL DRINKS. " , F1NEL CIGARS. TSimblf In iwm dvl McKENZIE A THOMPSON, Prep's. North to south-west; 3 to 0. Weather. Clear lorenoon. to cloudy In the af ternoon, with south-west winds. Forecast for Today. Southwesterly -winds; probably some rain. I Don't Han Your Legs Off fe,r LceLi.13 lor a Siiuabcn JMr a nam I Ar tenant ! A 25c Wn the REPUBLICAN Will do the Work M News of the Tovva Up-to-date job printing, at The le- publican omce. rnone -lb. A Ave room cotage to renL Apply 317 Peck Ave. Importer of Japanese products and cigars. Y. Suga, King St. Buy a box of good Manila cigara. only 3.o0. Lee, Toma & Co. M. Madeira has resumed his func tion as assistant postmaster. The Bishop of Panopolis will return to the city during the coming week. Our prices on Iiquuor are the talk of the town. The Hoffschlaeger Co. "Buffet," the best beer In town, at $2.25 a dozen, at Hoffschlaeger Co.'s. Usher's Scotch Whiskey is known all over the world and sold by W. C. Peacock & Co. The choir of the Second Congrega tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral had a rehearsal last evening. Christmas goods in the turf line in new harness, whips, brushes, eta The California Harness Shop. Port, Madeira and Zinfandel, choicest qualities, at only 75 cents per gallon at Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd., ivinj, near Bethel. A great Toy Sale is now on at E. W. Jordan's, Fort St, the headquarters just now for all the best toys in town. Up the Pali of a Sunday afternoon makes a picturesque and nice drive. Telephone Main 35 for a good rig. The Territory Stables. The Catholic band last night rehearsed some Christmas music which they will play during the solemn high mass on Christmas Day. The annual meeting of the Kekaha Sugar Co., Ltd., will be held at the office of H. Hackfeld & Co., Monday, Dec. 16th, at 2 o'clock p.m. Today is the last day of our big reduction sale on our entire stock. Drop in tonight if ypu are busy during the day. Iwakami & Co. Our machines are known all over the world is the best made, the easiest running and the -most durable. The Singer Sewing Machine Co. P. C. Buzzell, manager, Masonic Temple. The Department of Public Woncs is preparing to build a bridge over the gulch on Hastings street. Hastings street will prove a short cut to Manoa valley when the work is completed. Meteorologist Lyons says there 13 some chance of a Kona striking Honolulu. The wind has shifted from north to southwest and rain is probable. However, the chances for a Kona were not s great late last night, accordin to Mr. Lyons, as they were yesterday afternoon. Among the resolutions adopted at th Home Rule Republican meeting Thursday night was one relating to the gianting of water privileges to corporations as opposed to the people. If is a protest against the favoritism shown corporations and will be sent to Delegate Wilcox for presentation to Congress. In response to requests made by several members, Secretary Bro'wn of the Y. M. C. A. has organized for this afternon a "Tramp to Tantalus.' The start will be made at 2 o'clock to return at 6 o'clock. The walfc Is ov no means confined to Association members and everybody will be cordially welcomed to join the climbers. Secretary Brown will be in charge of the party. MISS BUTLER IMPROVING. May Return to New York Soon After Recovery. Miss Margaret Butler, who Is under the care of a physician here, being treated for nervcus prostration, is reported as having somewhat Improved, and the many friends she has made in Honolulu will be pleased to learn that she is on the road to recovery. iliss Butler left New York some time ago, accompanied by her brrther, an jrmr officer, who had been ordered to Manila, intending to accompany him there, btfl was taken IV on the steamer, and upon reaching Honolulu, it was deemed most unwise that she continue the vovag?. Miss Butler was removed from the steamer and placed under the care' of a specialist Ths delightful climate of Honolulu is proving beneficial In her case and la a. short time she liooes to be- able to return to New York Concert at Murphy Club. There will be an en by the Francis, Murphv Club t night, at Queen Emma Hall, corner and Nncaauftreets. A cordial invitation Is extended to th? public and Strang rs are especially we'eomr. A special reHfi03 service and sacred concert wT be held. at the Hall torcorrdw eTuln atTiM. Call np Phone !HS and get onr fiznrvV on Bcotbtndin? aed Ruling. StfUbHcaa) office. I I HERE IT IS! A Christmas Box of 1 Dozen RARE OLD IMPORTED EUROPEAN WINES . . . For $10.00 Assorted as follows: 2 CHAMPAGNE, Pts. 3 RHINE WINE, Qts. 3 FRENCH CLARET, Qts. 1 SHERRY, Qts, 2 VERMOUTH, Pts. 1 PORT or DOM PEDRO, Qts. All these are well known, Celebrated Brands. Remember, WE deal only in strictly Pure and Genuine Goods. HOFFSGHLAEGER GO., Ltd. The Pioneer Wine & Liquor House King near Bethel. Hondulu iron Works Go ...STEAM ENGINES... BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS, BRASS and LEAD CASTINGS, and Machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid to ship's blacksmithing. Job work executed on shortest notice. to I J I ORIENTAL SILKS and FABRICS CD Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop Three new first class artists just' arrived from the CoasL I 4 THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER i.. 1901. NINK - NewYorkDental Parlors. Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street. THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS. No More Dread of the Dental Chair. WEATHER YESTERDAY. Mean Temperature 70. Minimum Temperature 5S. Maximum "Temperature 77. Barometer 29.S4; falling. Rainfall 0.00. Mean. Dew Point 6L Mean Relative Humidity 74. Wind. !FMjSSIEr 3BTR.OM ttiina and Japa PINEAPPLE SILKS. JAPANESE SILKS. SILK CREPES. GRASS LINENS. JAPANESE LADIES SILK BAGS, FANS, HANDPAINTED SILK. THEY MAKE BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENTS! I & Sa Br j Goods Co., Ltd ftr drew Lisfier 8c Co.'s f SPECIAL &ttf;ttff'ttV4'tttttf FEAOOOr SOLE AGENTS. Germania Saloon J. BECKEB, "oPrtBtOrt 604 Queen Street, cor. South. for Honolulu Primo Hr tn bottles nud on drnucht. Always let Cold. We can slvo you the beat class of bt r In turn The Host Modern and Up-to-Date 3treets' Honolulu Great Shop in Town. IWAKAMI -,. OlearaxiGe -From November 30th to December SCOTCH WHISKEY "none equal.- W. O. & GO. WILDEE'S Steamship Cimpmy NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. Shippers are notified ' that a new freight schedule will go Into effect oa aid after December 1st, 1901. Information In regard o changes In. lutes can be obtained at the office of the Company, cornor Fort and Queen & a L. WIGHT, Pr isldent CO. i- i- atol Only Two Weeks!!! BEST G00DS HT BEST PRICES EiiEP GIHEN. New Styles, New Goods, New Prices,., STRAW HATS, ROUGH, SMOOTH,', NATIVE, PLAITED, FlVE. ; 4l V Any Style, 'Any. Size. SHIRTS, COLLARS, NECKTIES, UNDERWEAR, -SOX, TOWELS BELTS; ' SUSPENDERS. '" - SILK, SILK CREPE, KIMONOS, PAJAMAS. FANS, HDKFS; SHAWLS, DOILIES. , Many kindiof Dry Gwsds. -1 , . Latest. Style of Fancy Gocdu IWAKAMI & CO. HOTEL STREET HOTEL STREET 4 Mm i x& -., f ft V J'