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for lh Fittest and Mo Oompisie
ia dainty des?;rB3 and toSyrings in
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LiffQEi, M&n UHEfi, ETC.
Best of Goodb in Latest Designs, at prices
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AND WE ARE OFFERING
WELL IMTS, TKinniMOJ, ETC
At prices lower than you have ever before enjoyed for
goods of equal merit and worth.
-1 - You'll Enjoy the Display if You Visit Our Store.
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Should be of Interest
Wo havo just marked and placed on sale another largo shipmont of
Merchandise Direct. from New York
comprising, among other things, some of tho latest Novelties for LADIES'
EVENING WEAR, arriving just In time for tho approaching opera season. '
French 5ilk Gauzes
With alternating satin and laco
stripe, 44 iuclics wide, in black and all
tho popular evening shades plnlr,
light blue, mai;e, lavender, black, shot
with silver threads; black, with satin1
stripe and ecru lace inserting; Nile
green, lavender, malic, "with satin
stripe and ecru lace insortion; black
spangled, with gold sequins, and white
spangled, with ilvor sequins. Thcso
ore only a few of a stock too numerous
for individual mention, comprising
Chiffons. Silk Mulls, Liberty Silks,
Pine Apple 5ilk
This most desirable fabric we Import
direct from Japan, and the
of good qualities it possesses Is astonishing.
It rcsomblos silk in lustre and
Etrcrfgth. It is made from a vegetable
fiber, and. consequently, washes, laundering
perfectly. It docs not easily
crumple or muss, but once rumpled, it,
is easily pressed, so that it looks as
good as newt In spite cf Its extreme
thinness, its strength is remarkable. It
makes ouc of the daintiest of evening
Just received direct from Europe, a
half do:cn Opera Capes, which, we believe,
will bo pronounced by competent
judges to be the triumph of the dressmakers' is
art. There are no two of these
allko in any respect, and any lady
wanting a really chic and up-to-date
opera, cape should sec these at once.
They are so few and so desirable that
they will be soon disposed of.
Wo carry the Dent's
Kid Gloves, than no better is made.
We have than from two-clasp length
to 22-button length. We have theiriln fK
oiacn, wmie, pmK, light blue. lajSa J -
der, tans, etc Any one wanting a first- old
class, perfectly fitting glove, will do
vrell to call and examine the Dental
gloves. Their price is no highef tkan
othere, in spite of their superiority.
OUR NEW STOCK OP
cannot be excelled in the city for
Just received and marked a line of
tho latent in" evening fans; no two
alike. Among them are some exquisite
creations hand-painted, daintily colored,
with hand-carved ivory sticks.
No evening gown will be complete
without one of these fans. Come and
Gimps and Passamenteries
For trimming evening dresses, we
have a stock, very complete, of all
evening shades of Bead
Silk Appliques, Chiffon Ruffles
and Ruchlng Sequins in all colors,
Sequin Trimmings and Applique and
best of others too numerous to mention.
Now a word on other subjects than
Ladies7 Muslin Underwear
Our stock of tills is "very complete
and rholce, we buying only of the very
best makers of the most advanced
ideas and styles.
- Shirt Waists -
We have just placed on sale another
line of Ladles' Waists, in both colors
and white, comprising everything that
latest and new, and, what Is of some
importance, they are marked right
For the benefit of tourists, who come
hero unprepared wjth suitable clothing
adapted tcthls climate, we would
that our Shirt Waists and ready-made
Skirts of pique, linen, covert
cloths, tc, should prove a boon.
We have just received direct "from
Jew York advene choice line of the
latesl n Necktfcarr Tacrets not an
number in the lot. These have been
very carefully selected, and will only
have to" hst seen to be appreciated." In
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auuluon. we Have our ususi. stocs or
carefully selected Gent's Furnishings.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
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NEWS OF THE TOWN
W.H. Jr., has gone back
George H- Robertson, manager of G.
Brewer k Co, was among the passenger
on the Manna Loa yesterday.
After- to-day it wilf be necessary to
purchase Custom House blanks elsewhere
than at the Custom House.
The Republican office had a number
of -visitors last evening to wish the new
paper success all of them good looking.
Property along the Waikild road
seems to be looking up, now that there
is a chance of some of the marsh lands
ia that district being filled up.
L. P. Lincoln, storekeeper of the
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Company
at Naalehu, Hawaii, left for the big island
011 the ilauna Loa yesterday.
The Republican, editorial room tele
phone is 1:3. The business and jeb
oiQce telephone is Paste this up.
It seems to be generally understood
that one of the first acts of Governor
Dole will bo to order a special election
for a special session of the Legislature.
Severage pipes have been laid up
Victoria Street and a gaug of men are
now digging on Thurston Avenue.
It should not be forgotten that publishing
a newspaper is only a portion
of the business of the Grieve Publishing
Company, orders for job work and
book binding will receive prompt and
H.M. Whitney, the veteran editor and
journalist, left on the llauna Loa yesterday
for the Volcano. Ho is escorting
a party of friends from tho East.
Blankety, Blank, Blank, Blank. The
Custom House furnishes no more
blanks. Just received a full assortment
TJ. S. Custom Mouse Blanks.
Wall, Nichols Company, Ltd.
A match race between Gartelines and
Maples ha3 been arranged for $1000 a
side. The distance will be three-
quarters of a mile.
There will be no session of the Stock
With the passing of the Republic the
ofliiee of Port Surveyor ceased. George
C. Stratemeyer is now supervising in
spector of the outside custom's force
and his duties are about the same as
Until the Commissions of the nowly
appointed judges arrive Judges Stanley
and Davis will transact the business of
"Willie" Rolh who won tho Inter Collegiate
Tennis Champianship of California
returned by the Gaelic.
The Internal Revenue Officers have
moveu" into tho United States Consul's
office temporarily. The regular office
will probably bo in the Executive
The Case of the Native who bit off
the noso of a countryman last Sunday,
has been postponed a week in order
that the victim may have time to recover
from his injury.
Twenty-six Chinese labors who Completed
their contract a few days ago,
left on the Gaelic yesterday never to
returns. "The Chinese society also sent
over forty sick Chinese home by the
There will be no,rehearsal of the amateur
orchstra this evening, but every
member is expected to on hand Thursday
evening at the opera honse at 7:30
o'clock to take part in Mrs Gunn's annual
childrens dancing exhibition.
The minister of foreign offairs, Mr.
Mott-Smith was busy all day yesterday
closing up tho details of his official affairs
to bo turned over to the new departments
John Wise, a graduate
School also of base-ball fame
loft yesterday by the Australia for the
.Kansas Cuj Democtatic National Convention
to which he is n delegate.
Mother Delphina, Superior Provincial
of her order in America, is on her
way to her convent in Syracuse, N. Y.
She was on a visit to her sisters hero.
During her she visited Hilo and
selected a place for a school building.
She will send a few sisters to take
charge of this new work.
The Australia took away E. B. Mc-
Clanahan, who goes to San Francisco,
combining business with pleasured Hia
wife and daughter accompanied him
and will be gone for some time.
The troubles of D. A. Ray, U. S. Marshal
for the Territory have already begun.
There is a letter from Hilo awaiting
him at the Police.Statiou.
There was considerable talk on the
streets yesterday that tho name of Senator
J. A. McCandlcss was under consideration
for the Important position
of Superintendent of Public Works, but
the Senator himself denied any knowledge
The store of Salter & Waity will
close to-day. at 10 o'clock. There will
be one delivery at 10 o'clock.
The stores cf H. May & Co., Lewis &
Co. and Charles Hustace will close today
at 10 o'clock. They will have one
delivery at 10 o'clock.
.The Daily Republican will be delivered
to any part of the city for 75c per
A. Gartenberg, Secretary , of M. S.
Grinbaum & Co., Ltd., returned on
Tuesday night from a four months
visit to the Coast, accompanied by his
family. Mr. Gartenberg looks well in
spite of going through a siege of the
grip while away. Mrs, Gartenberg also
had an attack of pneumonia during her
absence but is happily recovered. Both
are glad to bo back in Honolulu again.
Well Known Here.
Among the Gaelic's through passengers,
was Lieutenant W.H. Alderdyce,
who was here with, tho TJ. S. S. Bennington
some three .or four years ago.
Tho lieutenont is a playwright and actor
of no mean ability. During his
long stay in this city, he took the leading
character in Meredith's Old Coat,"
a comedy of which he was the author
and which nss since been produced ia
some of tho best theaters oa the
- Among thasa associated with
Lieutenant Alderdyce in that
which was -given fcaro nights ia
Independence Park, were Mrs. C.B.
Cooper, Mrs. S. G. Wilder, Mrs. A. M.
Brown, Major.PoUer and A. St Martin
Matfkialosbr ' uilereditu.'s Old Coat"
will be remembered by the hundreds
who witnessed it as one of the most
enjojale amateur perfoenancea ever
given in this cjty. s
There was a. good attendance at the
third performance of "Era Diavclo" by
the Southwell Opera Companyat the
Orpheum last night "Fra DiaTolo" is
Aubrey's brightest work. It Is mere
than a light opera, being rather of the
romantic, or semi-grand. Its music Is
pleasing and catchy so much so that
it has been one of the most favorea
operas on the stage since its initial
production. It Is t ell sung by the company
at the Orpheum very well sung.
If It was as well acted as it Is
the rendition would be simply a great
But, then, one must not expect too
much- Opera singers, like other people,
are not perfection. Many good singers
are poor or Indifferent actors. It is not
often that one person combines both
qualities. Mr. Baker, tho new tenor,
needs to throw away his
and become Imbutd wit hthe idea
that he Is enly one atoc in this big
world and that other singers, even :ss
god as he, will come aftor him, just as
others have gone before hira. Do this
and he will soon learn how to act, as
well as sing. People in the audience
care nothing fo rthe man behind tte
footlights. It is what he can do and the
way he does It. and many a promising
artist has ruined his career by an exaggerated
idea cf his own importance.
Mr. Baker is not the only one in th
Southwell company afflicted in this
way. In the language of the gall?ry
gcd3, "Der is oders."
The management is ambitious, ami
after the manner in which "Queen's
Lace Handkerchief" and "FraDIavolo"
have been rendered has concluded to
pat on Verdi'3 immortal "II Trova-tore."
Of all the Italian operas, none
hold the place in popular esteem that
"II Trovatore" does. It is a most ambitions
undertaking to produce this
masterpiece on the Orpheum stage, out
it is confidently believed the Southwell
company will render a good account of
themselves in J.he production. With
Miss Sallinger as Leonore. Miss Ladd
as Azucena, Mr. Goff as Count di Luna
and Mr. Baker as Manrico, the prison
scene should bo one to arouse the Audience
to the highest pitch of enthu
The xirst 2Icssa?e.
The polo for tho EaimuM Station of
the Wireless Telegraph Co., has been
placed ii position on Telegraph hill.
On Tuesday expert Plett3 left on
tho Mokolii -with the equipment for
Lanai station, It is the present plan
to make Lanai station the main station
for transmitting messago from Oahu to
TYTaui and Molokai.
On Saturday an illustration will be
given of the work of the now system
and a message Tvill be sent from
station to the Execntive Building
on the flag pole of which a receiving
instrument will be rigged. In tho
afternoon Will E. Fisher will sell ut
auction the right to send the first message
and Cecil Brown, J. H. Fisher and
CM. Cooke will bo the judges to determine
on tho use o the sum received
for tho first- privilege. Tho auction
will tako place on the front steps of
the Executive Building and from the
interest manifested it promises to be
quite an event.
CAPTAIN BEAT OF SAILOBS HOME
Opinion Hatters and Con
ditlons Along- tho 'Waterfront.
Captain L Bray said yesterday, while
speaking of the Sailors Home and the
conditions along the waterfront: "There
is very little doing now. Loss than
fifteen seamen are available for shipping
at present; but there will be a
largo number of ships in soon, which
will make business brisk again.
"There are some twelve sailors in the
home now and we are not taking in
landsmen. Yes, wo are still running
the rgstaurant, but we wish to supply
lodging only to-seamen. At present i
have no boat in connection with the
house; when a captara engages men of
me he generally send3 his boat in for
"As long cs present conditions on the
waterfront continue it will be nearly
impossible for ms to do much business.
There is not much money in tho place
at present. I am making a living, but
that is about all. I think, however, I
can rest upon my oars until there is an
improvement in waterfront affairs.
"I believe it would beto the interest
of all persons, if the bnsinees men interested
in ships, either as owners or
agents would band themselves together
and patronize the sailors' home. This
would draw all the sailor here, where
captains would be able to come for
crews upon paying a reasonable shipping
fee, and the sailors would get
what was due them, so that all would
Court Camoes Election.
Court Camoes Number 8110 A. O. F.
held its semi-annual meeting for the
election of officers, Tuesday evening in
their Lodge rooms, in Pythian Hall.
A. V. Potter delegate to the High
Court convention in San Francisco,
made his report to the Lodge". The
following are the officers elected for
the next six months: C. R, J. G. failva.
S. C. R., J. A. Gonsalves, Tt J. A. M.
Oscri, F. S J. P.Dias,R.SA.H.A.
Vieiro, S. W, M. J.Coitr, J. W J. 31.
Silva, S. M. V. Soaza, J. WM.
Government to Zsiablisli Stations
for Wireless Telegraphy; in.
Porto Rico and the
WASHINGTON, June S. Brigadier-General
Greeley, chief signal officer,
said to-day that ne ha directed the
establishment of wireless telegraph
stations in the harbor of San Francisco,
Porto fvlco and the Philippines.
In New York harbor it'ls possiDie that
,a. wireless telegraph system may "take
the place of the cable connectlBg Forr
Hamilton and Fort Hancock. This cable
was recenuy found to be cat la
It is desired to conseat the varioa
points ia Saa Francisco harbor at
which, guns are located, 'and the -wireless
telegraph, it is believed, will give
better results than a cabled
la Porto Rico, Crab Island will be
ccnected with some-port ca.tfce
cf the, larger lslaB, mit'ta
awctof siitfcKs tlMe:jjMr
tern. In the Philippines the system will
take the place of the heliograph, which
now flashes messages between
Island and Manila. Bono!, and Ceba
and other points.
COAL SHTPS COMING. -Newcastle,
N. S. W. Sailed April 12,
bark Carondelet for Honolulu; 14. bark
Hesper for Honolulu; 21. schooner Jas.
Rolph for Kahului, schooner Inca for
Honolulu; 25. bark Louisiana for Honolulu.
In Port May S, British sjilp City of
Hankow for Honolulu; Italian ship
Ellsji for Honolulu; bark Empire for
Honolulu; bark General Falrchlld for
Honolulu; schooner King Cyrus ror
Kahului; ship Marion Chilcott for Honolulu;
British ship Republic, ship
schooner W. H. Talbot British
bark Woolahara for Honolulu.
Chartered to Load British bark
for Honolulu; bark Holliswood
for Honolulu; ship Invincible, ship J.
B. Brown for Honolulu; bark Sea King.
British ship Perseverance for Honolulu;
Norwegian bark Stjorn for Honolulu;
schooner William Bowden.
bark Abby Palmer, schooner Benlcia
for Honolulu; British ship Dechmuat
for Honolulu; Hawaiian ship Euterpe
for Honolulu; Norwegian bark
bark Fresno, bark Harvester for
Honolulu; bark James Nesmlth for Honolulu
or San Francisco.
Juno 13, 10:30 p.m.
Weather clear, Wind, Lt. N.
The Daily Republican will be delivered
to any part of the city for 75c per
W. N. Co.'s Ltd.
OF NEW BOOKS.
Hiwa, A Tale of Ancient Hawaii,
By Edmund P. Dole
The Alabaster Box, Sir Walter Besant
The Cambric Mask, R. W. Chambers
From Capo Town to Ladysmith,
Three Men on Wheels, Jeromo
Vengeance is Mine, A. Balfour
A Ten Years' War, Jacob A Riis
Autobiography of a Quack,
S. Weir Mitchell
Biography of a Grizzly,
D. Dinkelspiel, by Hobart
Wild Animals I Have Known,
To Have-and to Hold, Johnston,
His Lordship Leopard, by Wells
Via Crusis, F. Marion Crawford
Janice Meredith, Ford
Richard Carvel, Churchill
and many more, at
WalHTichols Co., Ltd.
Foreign Office Notice.
INAUGURATION OF THE GOVERNOR
OF THE TERRITORY
At 10 o'clock a. m., Thursday, Juno
14th, the exercises Telating to the Inauguration
of the Governor of the Territory
of Hawaii will take place-at the
makai entrance of the Executive Building,
Reading of the Governor's Commission,
Taking the Oath of Office,
Review of the. National Guard and
American Troops by the Governor,
Reception by the Governor in the Main
Hall of the Executive Building.
The public is invited.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The stores of the undersigned will
close to-day at 10 o'clock. There will
be one delivery at 10 o'clock. Customers
are earnestly requested to place
their orders as early as possible.
H. MAY & CO.
LEWIS & CO.
The store of the undersigned will
close to-day at 10 o'clock. There will
be one delivery at 10 o'clock. Customers
are requested to place their orders
as early as posslble.
SALTER & WAITY.
Manufactured by tho
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THUBSDA?, JUNE 14, 1900.
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THE FEOfLES' f R0YI&ER5
THIS STORE GETS EIGHT DOWN TO TACKS-IT
DROPS FRILLS AND IT KEEPS GROvTNG'
INTO A BIGGER BUSINESS, BECAUSE "IO?
SAVES ilONEY FOR ITS PATRONS
You can Buy from us
A Single Yard or Article
At Less than Wholesale Price
WHILE OCR ASSORTMENTS OF NOVELTIES'
AND STAPLES ARE THE LARGEST TO BE
FOUND ON THE ISLANDS
Wo have placed' on sale the most representative
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. - ever'dffered in Honolulu, ranging in price from
PER DOZEN YARDS
It will pay you to buy them Now, as'this lot came in under
the old tariff and are worth to-day 35 per cent more . .
than they were yesterday.
We are also showing a choice lot of
Qsnnni ass wm mm
In all the Newest Designs and Colorings. You cannot
ford to miss seeing them; they arc something
out of the common.
NrS. SIQH J DRY QOODS CO., L.
. THE PEOPLES' PROVIDERS " "" '
At Reduced Fri
Now is the Time to Get Handsome
- ROAD CARTS, Etc
-" IN EIGHT DIFFERENT STYLES.
Gall ' at" Once. Don't Place An Order Until You Have
Merchant Street, Between
WE HAVE THE SOLE AGENCY OF
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Columbus Buggy Company,
Babcock Buggy Company,
Fort and Alakea Streets. .
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