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THE HOVjLULU REl'BLICAX, WEDNESDAY. JAM R . 190.
s IT IS LIKE FINDING MONEY I lie Extra CoiuioTt The Extra Wear 4 The all round satisfaction you get from wearing a pair, of these fctgfe grade, perfection shoes. When you buy anything, and are satisfied with it you feel happy v.iSh everything in the world. You can only achieve this by wear kj a pair of HAHAN'S high grade shoes. lYlGlnefny's Shoe Store. MciNTYRE BLOCK. 4 3 1 I Wall Paper J I j Wall Pap1 j Over Thirty Thousand Holls to be Sold at a discount of 5 PER GENT Less than former prices. R S For the next All new designs AND new goods. Ill's HI (fctiMiiiiit and Wall Paper Co., IIS Bethel Street. PROKE 62. THE KASH CO., LTD TODAY becomes another yesterday, tomorrow will become another today, don't wait for tomorrow but COME TODAY lioro area few sensible suggestions for Holiday Gifts: Linen Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Suspenders, Umbrellas, Smoking Jackets, Bath Robes, Silk Hose, Underwear, Shirts, Pajamas, Ties. All the above and many more useful gifts are to be had at The Kash Co., Ltd. TWO STORES TWO STOCKS. P. 0. Box 55S. TELEPHONES: Slain 96 and -Tain 376 l 23 and 27 Hotel Street and Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets. voooooooooooooooockckox o 0 0 s Portable o 0 s Track o o 8 8. Complete 8 . AMERICAN FLEET MAY VISIT WATERS OF VENEZUELA Rems-y fcr 5wel Trcu-I blss. I j. j. .tago-si pastor of the! New York and Jfaryla-d. has been A Rtlfahl: completed by Baltimore sHversxaitbs. work oa it was begun In Jane. 1503. . TV.-. - - - .. a A.va , - a-rt. w,-a aaai. - u. BeAtac S- iL E. Church. Camber jl . . - ,- . v- .,. -te. ias u. i; d, says: n Af- wreck of tfc Spanish cruiser Crista- for a great pfea&ssre to recoia- bal Coios, sank by Admiral Schley's asead Chauaberfafcis CoHe. Cholera WASHINGTON Jao 1 Tbe ow-"flassMp ln lSe batUe r Santiago. and Diarrhoea Rmedy. I fcare ased throw oi the Castro reiga ia Venesw- Ei-Posbaaster General James A. It i know others who have never fa, which now appears suite possi- Ger" bas fc11 foremost in the move- kaowa h to fan." For sale by all We. -will be followed by the dispatch for this gift to the Admiral. rs and dr-sgist. Benson, Smith of the entire North Atlantic sqaad-JThe presentation will be msde soob.;& Co aSKs for ali. 10a to the waters of that country. , i - -- - A formidable American naval repre- seatatioa wiH- th-?a h at U Gaavrs. It nil! consist of the battleship 1b- ysugashoteM v A Care for Lumbaco. I W. C. WilHamson. of Amherst. Ta TT ? A t--t-- Tn. .nxi. .t.nn no . V8!!.!! fI l?1 fir1 I sffed -from tembago, I finally ; IHP08TEH KD GHLE3 IK tried Chamberlain's Pain Balm and it , gave me entire relief, which ail other JAPANESE PROVISIONS remedies had failed to do" Sold by ! aii dealers and druggists. Benson,' and General Merchandise Smith Co., agents for Ha-wraii. thipi Kriars&se. Atehama and Massa cbns-tts. and the anboet. Marietta, all under command of Rear-Adndra! Hlgginson, commander hi chief. British. French and German ves eis are also gathering in the vicinity r( Veneznela. anJ these aatioas will "p represented at La Goayra in cae of Trouble. Because the Administra tion deems it advisable that the se nior officer present shall be an The OLIVER TYPEWRITER I Simplicity, durability. sped and manifolding power are conceded to be the four great essentials In a type-arritins machine. We pre sent to the public THE OLIVER as the latest and most strikins embodiment of these faatnres. and tie most radical departure from cthT methods of construction. Examine this up-to-date ma ch'ne before deciding upon a par chas of an inferior tnaio- i (JAPANESE LSQU0R, i KOBE. JAPAN. ilrer frfm m .. i . ..f ....v. ..w,a. nevt ice orearr carters. i IV fJ Hamarinn has rpcpntlr nnpn i ed up a dainty and neat Ice" cream' Sole Agents for RYOKO MASAMUNE. parlor, corner of Alakea and King. ' Am- Everything clean and tasty. Icet "Wall, STioHols 5o 3td Agents for Territory of Hawaii. erican, it desires that Rear Admiral Higginson shall be with his flagship at the seaport of Caracas when con ditions require it. No instructions have yet been is sued to Rear-Admiral Higginson to sail to La Guayra. With his iquad lon he is maneuvering off Cuiebra island. From Cuiebra he will sail for Guantanamo, touching en route at a Porto Rican port The author! ties say it is ncessarv to direct Rear- .imiral Higginson to be in readiness to proceed to Venezuela. He is pre pare d to sail the monie Jt he is order I id to do so. cream, cool drinks, etc drop In. Don't fail to, ving Street Phone Main S2. lloraes In Rattle. One of the most curious sichts to be leen in a cavalry charge is the various riderless horses galiopiug in the line In perfect order. At the charge of Bala, kiava the front rank of one regiment was composed to a great eitent of rid erless animals, their masters having ! dropped one by one. It would seem AMERICAN ROAD TO BE BUILT IN CHINA 1 that iu the excitement of the moment ! the horses lose all conception of what Is happening around them and proba- ; bly fall to notice the fall of their rld- rs. The return of riderless horses to camp Is an almost certain sign of de- , feat. When a cavalry charge Js suc cessful, the horses will, as I have said, i all keep up together, even though they have lost their riders, but when a force , Is routed the first news of 111 omen to ! those in the rear will be the return of the horses with empty saddles and , stirrups dangling free. No more sorry To Illustrate i the callous feeling these animals have under fire a case which happened at j Ladysmith during the siege mar be 112 LEATHER NEW YORK. January 9. An Amer ican trunk line from Canton to Han know, China the lone cherished dream of many promoters is at last ; s!Snt can imagined. to he realized through the business) daring and enterprise of a few New. lorners. oacheu uy tne millions or;cted. A farrier sergeant was engaged August Belmont. In shoeing an officer's horse in the open In less than three years Chinese ground behind the stables of a hotel will be 'able to enjoy the luxurv of antl uatl "Iready put oue or two nails American dining and sleeping cars1 into the shoe when a shell came scream i .. !' r . lfl? through the air. The next mo between the cities of' Canton and ......, t - , TT ment the missile burst five or six yards Hankow, a distance of 750 miles. The( aTray froui wliere the SCrgeant and the great road will traverse a beautiful , horse were standing, and the splinters country, inhabited by twice as many ' flew around both, but failed to touch people as there are in the United i eitLer. When the smoke bad cleared. States. The total amount of business for the first year, it is estimated, will exceed ?50,000,000. The Now York promoters of the road made the an nouncement today of the organization of a company which is to build the road under the title of the American China Development Company. the horse was to be seen with its foot still in the man's aprou. quite undis turbed by the incident Pearson's Magazine. Just arrived and placed on sale a swell line of LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S PURSES, CARD CASES, PORTE FOLIOS, WALLETS, DESK SETS, POKER SETS, CIGAR CASES, ETC. The variety of leather is of the latest and are beautifully mounted with art noveau silver. Come early and have the entire new stock to select from. SENATE MAY CRT PHILIPPINE TARIFF WASHINGTON, Jan. 9. Informa t'on obtained from the Senate is that ihe Philippine tariff bill will be so nujitiR n Fun In Suntn. j This Is bow a Spanish senorita bar- ; I gains for her fan. according to Miss j Katharine Lee Bates, who spent some ! ! time in Spain studying the people and J customs of that sunny clime: ; There is nothing sordid about it 1 Her haggling is a social condescension , 1 that at once puts the black eyed young salesman at her merev. "But the fan seems to me the least la bit dear, senor!"' He shrugs his shoulders and flings out hfs arm in protest Hawaiian lews Co., LIMITED. MERCHANT STREET, On the way to the Post Office. mwnrr'.T'i "Ah, senorita! You do not see bow I j I UCUtll UI LLltT 1UA.Xa ID. . tll-kA UM1U- 14. M VM rt jl ml nn r tiliini tVin lul.. An : .. ' s """;"uc" "s i" ivum.c me wui u irniva inwptns." She lifts her eyebrows half Incredu lously, all bewitchlngly. "At 5 pesetas, senor." He runs his hand through his black hair In chivalrous distress. "But the peerless work, senorita! And this ether too. I sacrifice it at 4 pese- 30 in. Guae 14 lbs. Rails 36 In. Guage 20 lbs. Rails FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. BY OaeMCo, ; iSfyttT'Eiiy.tz- a'tieles upon which export duty is lev ieJ, so that the total amount paid will not be greater. than the Dingley tariff. It is now said that the tariff bill as presented by the House is not favored by the administration, though mem bers of the House when they verted for tas." it believed Chairman Payne of the Ways and Means Committee had been inspired in drawing up its main feat ures. Senator Lodge still holds that a duty equivalent to the Dingley tar iff must be Imposed, but certain other Republican Senators are inclined to listen to the recommendations of the Philippine Commission and reduce the tariff 25 or 50 per cent. A Straw Hat Ts the most kumfortable and ' koolest kind of Head Gear for a klimate like ours. YOU KAN Get any style, shape or ouality made to order to suit your build of head. At. GL TfT3BY?C2 BCmr lrntikt ARMY IN PHILIPPINES WON'T BE WITHDRAWN! Cl. .-.1. 1....1. ... l!n1.4ln "You will let us have the two at 7 3 pesetas, senor?" Her eyes dance over his confusion. He catches the gleam, laughs back, throws up his bands. "Bueno. senorita! At what you please!" j And the senorita trips away content- j ed with a sharp bargain, although for i Spanish gallantry,.even when genuine. goes farther on the lips than otherwise the rsio? was probably not much more remote from what pleased the smootli tongued clerk than from what ! she pleased. Youth's Companion. t Straw Hat Manufacturer. Nuuanu St. Opp. Saycgusa's KING-STREET LINE. leave Waikiki for Town every at 15 11:15' go tc WASHINGTON. Jan. 9. Secretary An Inccnlou Toper. An emiueut tragedian, given to in toxicants, was once locked up in a Cars Ao, o:id, 6:45 a. m., and minutes thereafter till 10:45. and ,11:45 p. m. from Waikiki the Punahou Stables. Cars leave Rifle Range or Pawaa switch for Town at 5:5S a. m. and -very 15 minutes thereafter till 11:0S j. m. at 5:20 and Ol-iO saw a man passing. "'1 p- -. inen at iu:io and lU:4o Cill5n? him mi to the iinnr im nnsJiwi P- m- Tne 11:15 p. m. from Palama fairs, in connection with the Army ap-Ssome money through a crack and in- ' Lor Punahou only goes to Waikiki on propriation bill. The meeting was be-! structed him to goto the public house 3a;urdas. Mr..l oWo.l .lnnro intl n orn cilfa.;-.t th nnnn:lti ttmnr- r.n.1 niw.nM o I ""a icte ruti iX.a rang SlTeeiS .- ? - , -,., ,.... .. onjgf jqj ment of Root's remarks was given j Pint of gin and a day pipe, promising 3;50 m out. although the following is under , l0 rewaru mm ror ui3 trouuie. f qj Ieave Fort and streets stood to embodr the more essential The man did as directed, and when . COrner for Waikiki at 6:05 a. m. and' fifire- f he retune, W,th tbe articles, the actor -very 15 minutes till 10:05 p. m.. then ' ,. :. . , , .. VI , told hlm to I"" e stem of the pipe it, 10:35 and 11:05 p. m. The 11:35 The discussion of the Philippine through .he keyhole and pour the gin o- ra. goes to Waikiki oh Satn-davs conuitions was orougni about Dy a ; carefully Into the bowl, question by Hay of Virginia as to! Thes-e instructions the accommodat whether civil government could be ', laZ Individual also followed, and the maintained in the islands without the ' rll,t was th-?1 vrhen tbe na?er call . , u -. , w,,.. n I0 uofy bim of his tnrn be found ' i.. 1A IUT UliUJ IU .J AkWWi ststeil thnt tho nrrnv -was necessarv I , him in a ery happy frame of mind. i but not at all in a condition calculated as a moral force to maintain the civil i to add to his fame as an actor. Lon adir inistration now established. i don Tit-Bits. I 3 fX0000XOC)X)OOOOOOC0 goes only. 3ERETANIA STREET AND NUU ANU VALLEY. Cars leave I'unabcn stable for Town : at 5:30 and for Town and Vallev at 3:40. 5:50, C:10, G:20. 6:40, 7 and 7:2J a. m. , Cars l?ave Oahn College for Town i and Valley at S:20. G:50 and 7:10 a.. m. ana every 10 minutes till 10:10 ! p. m., except the even hour and half . bonr cars which run from the Static 14 i S-5ft K-?;fl 1 TT m1 svn. 1ft I.... i Tr.r nttrnclinn l.nn-ui-n .-hlKIrs " ' -" -. " r - . I UiiUUlCi . -.v- ..j., M..v.vw.w. ifcej-eafter till 10:50 p m. , la Its window as an unredeemed pledge Cars leare Ton j Qt.een NEW YORK. Jan. 9. A special to a magnificent aerolite, a mass of fused tor Punahoa College at 6:05, 6:23 the Times from Baltimore savs: L metal that felL as It were, from beaveo 5:5 a. a, and every 10 minutes after! The unique silver service, costing V Poor man with his beer, j till 9:45 p. m. , After that the car emn.vi i r.,-a-,i A.tr-.il A tfcke: bears the statement that it run to the Stable up to 11:03 p. m. ilO.000, to be printed to 'Admiral s broughl fffm tfap regioQS bj I UA the ast r from Schley by friends in Pennsylvania, a saHor.-New York Tribune - 1 reaching the Stabl- at 11:30 p. nj. j From Sky to Patninhap. l pledges, but it Is not often that they H ii A H X nai I U A ! Kt:U lUV . receive one from another world. lllnil iHiliXllilir iJU.L,Ul i Theo. H. D avies & Co., Lid. SOGAK FAGTOBS. IMPORTERS OF AGENTS FOR Canadian-Australian Steamship lino Lloyds, British, & Foreign ilanno Insurance Co. Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverfoc l A Roof Oyer Ones Head v :$ i Is a Necessity 0 IS 1 Use the best Hoofing on Earth HEADY ROCK ASPHALT HOOP ING and keep out the rain. ioi. sj?sjr,;iD 33Y The Hawaiian Ti ading Co., Manufactisrers' Agents- ii-t-is Jovt Street. Love 3 Jtnildin-. i v 50 Fred Fhilp & Bro, 629 King St. WRIGHT BLDG. Tramwavs Tiuio Table. l t Cars leave Fort and King streets Tnnt mvo or. Intnpastinir avnncltlt. nf I . . . . ...... . . . "Iulua ttfc u-i-' "J. UUU . &.... ., ......i.-. ..yv,,u Ui room a ine rcar or Wf lIlcaicr l0 Keep , every 15 minutes after till 11:25 p m. the condition of affairs in the Philip-'him iu proper condition till he was call- Cars leave for Palama only at 5 pines, together with the outlook for j ed to go on the stage. One door of the and 5:30 a., m. terminating milltarv bv civil rule in ' compartment opened on the street, and Cars leave Palama for Waikiki at fhl. nr-c of o honr-lr. rr,. lufn V '"""US UirUUUil 11JC Hf LUiU UK "' " " JCJ xu U1IUUIBS Wll vaaw v-wutu jl fc u-uiiii iwucaj fvivtw j ' , the House Commiuee on Military Af-' CARRY A Full line -r Saddles. Harness. Vhips. Collars. Hames. Chains. Soaps. Bridles. Bits. Spurs Harness Oil and Dressing. Gall Cure. Campbell's Hoot Remedy. Elliman's Embrocation. H. H. H. Liniment. Etc.. Etc. J! SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ON ALL WORK UNDERTAKEN. PHONE BLUR 2651. HART & 00., Lid, Elite Ice Cream Parlors. Finest resort In the city. SODA WATER AND ICE CREAM Made from Pure .Fruit Syrup;. CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS. 3AKEB.T ITOCH, FRESH MEAT IRKEI Supplied dally with fresh killed meats and Vegetables. also . . A LARGE GROCERY DEPARTMENT FRUITS, ETC., ETC. Orders delivered to any part of the city. C. Q.'YEE HOP & CO. Corner Beretaaia and Alakea. Phoxe Blce 2o iloon SILVER SERVICE FOR irmama aa C. WE5SELS. I p.rt.j. 601 Q,-et Street, cor. South. Headc.uarter3 for Honolulu Prlmo Beer, la bottles aaJ on draught Al ways Ice-Cold. We can give you the best glass of Beer in town. T 33. TI THE ALOHA SALOON DOITX BY THEIROX ITOHKS For a Good, Tasty Schooner OF JB IS 3ED 3S . ' Honolulu iron Works Go ...STEAM ENGINES... BOILERS. SUGAR HJLLS COOL ERS. BRASS and LEA J CASTINGS, and Machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid to ship's blacksmithing. Job work executed on shortest notice. Beaver . Lunch . Rooms. H. J. NOLTE, : : : : Propr. Fort Street. rtLEMME BROS. Pwrislofs. Jus: received a new lot of celebrats. mi CEJST CIGARS New York Capaduras, Washlngtcn, AlUton, Union de Caba, Grand Republic. Etc General merchandise -j COMMISSION MERCHANTS. E