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The Honolulu republican. (Honolulu, T.H.) 1900-1902, July 31, 1900, Image 7

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REMEMBER THE DATE-UNTIL AUG. 1st.
E "We nre displacing in our "Window a Handsome Liuf of 3
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iSmES'MUSLINUNDEilW EAR
W c nave jiisi received
assorment of
Ladies' MusliirUnderwes.r
which, wo believe, iii
Variety of Styles, . v
Completeness ol Assortment
and General Attractiveness,
has' never been surpassed in Honolulu. -
Tho liiio is too large to enumerate- the different garments,
sq wo have made a. display of a few of theau in our
Large Central Window,
which will give one a partial
the variety of styles we have.
BLOCfC.
LADIES HOSE
3n BLACK-WH jj
Ail Sizes, 5olid or Drop Stitch.
TRIMMED
HATS
At
Reduced Prices
i
WEEK ONLY.
E. KILLEflH,
tlLEfl&INQ niLJNER.
HOTECi STREET
direct from the makers an
idea of what they are, and
of Inspection
will be found Lr.dies and
Waists in
White, Black and
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styles, but few of, a kind.
dress; traveling, walking or
cotton pique, in winte, black.
no aeiayjin one s uppjyrag
short notice suitable Jcfr almost
am ttescriplion, would do
This Stock is Worthy
In the same department
Misses SHIRT WAISTS, Ladies'
Silk and Cotton
colored, a large variety of.
Ladies' ovor skirb for
iUs ot silk, wool, linen,
tind uoiorV mere neea ue
niln'c ;elf wim a skirt at
tiny oceasjoiu
Ladies m yant of a capo-of
well if, beioro purchasing elsewliore, tiioy mpseet our stock.
of capes. Gapes for the opera, lor dress, for traveling, for
walking. Tiding, golf, etc, iii whits black stud colors,
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DOW3ETTS PBOPE&TSV
Hoajdli Baier Xeft Tkre Parcels ef
JLicd cm Xaoi Petitii at
In the matter of the tuardianshin of
Harion Coadv Domett.
rat has petitioned for a final allowance
of accounts and his discharge. An inventory
of the property is as follows;
An undivided share in
Dorett boznectead. corner of King
2tret and Dotrseli Lane.- Honolulu.
Premises have a frontage of I33JU feet
en King street and & feet on
Lane.
An undivided ghare in
lind at Kapalazno, Honolulu, knovm as
Pniki, area 15.4C acres.
An undivided one-fourth share in
land at Kusili, water side of (Jahu
Peniteutiarr. 9 acre-
An undivided one-fourth share, in
tnro land at 3Ioanalua, SX acre and JJ3
acre respectively. .
An undivided one-fourth ahar in
land at Waialna, ifolokat, 3-acres.
Seven hundred and tifty shares of
capital stock of the Dowsett Ct, Ltd
of the par valne of 4100, not yet delivered
by the compauy.
Oue hundred bonds of the Dowse! t
Co., Ltd, of t he par value of $IGuO, euch
tearing interest at the rate of V. par
cent per annum..
Unset diamond, value $531.2.1; piu
mounting, $15; earring?, $1IM; small
gold bead necklace; wardrobe and
clothing of the late E. lJowsett.
Hoapili Baker didn't leave much
property. Emma Baker, executrix of-the
estate, has filed an inventory of the
property left by the deceased. It consists
of three parcels of land in Maui,
comprising four and one-half acres.
While Mr. Baker didu't leave much
property, his memory will be perpetuated
for many years to come He was
the model for the Kamehameha statue
in front of the courthouse. He wa. of
kingly form.
J. S. Walker has petitioned that he
be allowed to resign his trust as guard-Lin
of Eliza Eolt, a minor, and that
someone else be appointed in his st?ad.
David Dayton, guardian of Annie 11.
K. Dowsett and Madeline C. 1C
has tiled an inventory of the property.
INSPECTOR BALDWIN ,.
IN CUPID'S- ROLE.
Investigation of Japanese Marrjaeo
, Custom Leads to Alleged
. Discoveries.
Immigration Commissioner Baldwin
has gone into the "Cupid" business. It
is all on account of the .Japanese -way
of marrying and giving in marriage.
On the Peking the other day a pretty
little Japanese woman arrived and
claimed that as. she was tho "wife of a
Japanese now here, she was entitled to
land. Mr. Baldwin was dubious
.
He sent for the man who claimed to
be the husband and asked him how
long he had boon here. The Jap told
him ho had been here five years. He
was asked when and where he had
married the girl, ands4ud in Japan Tour
years ago. Ho was then asked when
he had last seen his wife aud he said
Ave years ago when he was in Japan
and a year before the marriage took
place.
This last declaration threw Baldwin
into a cold prespiration. How under
the suu a juan could not have seen his
wife for five years aud ba married to
hor for four was more than he could
understand. ""-
Japanese arithmetic was not in his
line, but Mr. Baldwin was sure somebody
was lying. To cinch both tho
man aud the woman he took first oue
and then the other aside and iuqnired
where they were when the ceremony
was performed.
Tho woman said in Japan, tho man
said in Hawaii. Mr. Baldwin then
khew they were untruthful and was
about to refuso the woman permission
to land when Interpreter Geo. Gibbs,
who has lived in Japan many years,
offered an explanation which cleared
the inspector's mind and made two sad
hearts beat jjanny as one.
It seems that in Japan if it is inconvenient
lor one of the contracting
parties to a marriage to bo present at
the ceremony his best frieud may take
the absentee's place and the marriage
takes place by proxy. . It is just as legat
and binding as if both were there.
To make things doubly sure, Mr.
Baldwin-will have a second ceremony
take place otlioouost. Saturday
moruiug atten,rclock; and tho Japanese
rite in all 1. 1 novelty will be gone
through with.
Queen 2.c. i a Bad Health.
From the Kew Orleans Picavnnel
The statement recently made that
Liliuokalant, thedsposed Queen of Ha
waii, was rapidly fulling m noaltn and
was going oack to Honolulu to die was
apparently based ou false information,
for a Honolulu newspaper hptes the
arrival on the steamer Australia of an
automobile for the. use ot tho former
Queen.
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Beer T&mine A.verted.
The town is now safe. The froquois
arrivedWt evening with a large shipment
o Rainier b er or Love joy k. Cc;
Orders will be promptly filled in the
order iu which they are received. The
threatened beer famine is averted by
the timely arrival of this shipment.
Good XedlcutQ tor Children.
If you have a baby Iff the house yoa t
will' wish to- know the "best ivay to
check any unusual looseness, of the
bowiela, r' iiarrhoas :o common .to
small chUirea O, P. M. Holliaay. of
DeaBg.lad., who has aa,
chlWsaysf Through the montas
of Je ad "jslyroar" baby Teas teeth-has
aad"t.a.ruaBiag o4t of
;'ad ,Wfe f kfiTstoKh.Uls
bowW wwiM awjerow Ive te shi
tiom : fhaA S" bottle of Clias-
fcwWa'i Cofce, ClMkn adrrhiaJ
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I a?l3derwl of watr.
i:ikWiifct;ie.?' For '&
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TIE FESIiFENIS
Pheasants and Skylaria XapidJy
Becomisg Extisct on ths
Charming Kills-.
The mo&goose didn't like
It snapped at tle wire of tbe
trap. Alead pencil thrait between the
wirs TOradoUIy seizcdLto berent
in stivers by the. ferret -like animal as
u sinuously gnaett aooui we cage
looking for a piace of egress- me
mongoose was brought to the" ctoie o:
R.t. Hall i Son by Walter a UYedorJ
on I"acitlc Heights.
tiince the 15th of last mouth,- said
Mr. Weedonton Republican reporter,
-I nave trapped at less nlty or tnem
nn the tletgiit. I ne a cual oil can,
tie bait being placed on the top or
cover. The top is so arranged that
when the mongoose steps on it for the
I the animal I precipitated into the
can, the cover returning to its i.Iace.
What kind of bait do we use? Bread, f
meat or almost anything edible. The
mongoose is not fastidious in its taste;
tb3t is the only good thing that 1 can
say about it.
"When we first took possession of
Tactile Heights there were a good many
phessauts and skylarks there; now
they arenearly extinct and it is too
bad. The mongoose is solely responsible
for the passing of these desirable
birds. The mongoose is particularly
oestructive on eggs. Birds cannot'
raise broods when it is nlxmt.
"The iKirty who brought the mongoose
to these islands claimed that it
vonld destroy the rata.' I don't know
about that. Out at my place I have
seen rats aud mongoose playing
Of the two pests ghfe me the
rat, even ir it be susceptible 'to bubonic
plague bacilli."
And the mongoose glided- sinuously
about the cage and tried to get out.
REMOVAL.
J. ALFBED MAGOON, Attorney at
Law, Bemoved to Magoou Building,
corner Alakea and- Merchant Streets,
Up stairs, Suites 1-2-3 i 1.
REMOVAL.
OFFICE OF JOHN Ii Estate, Ltd.,
Kemoyed to Magoou Building, corner
Jlerchantand Alakea Streets, up stairs.
37-lm
ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Stockholders . are hereby notified
t!iat the Fourth Assessment of 5 per
or Two and One-half Dollars, por
s'lare on the -Capital Stock-.of the - -
TELEGRAPH CO., Ltd.,
i : due and payable July 1st, at the office
of the undersigned, 411 Fort street.
J. H. FISHER, -Acting
Treasurer Inter-Island Telegraph
Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, June 1, 1900.
Sealed Tenders
Will be received at the office of the
undersigned, till 12 o'clock noon, Monday,
July 30, 1900, for tho construction
a store aud stable buildiugs for the
Territory Stables Co., Ltd. Flaus and
specifications nt the office- of Howard
& Train, Progress .Block.
The undersigned does not bind himself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
G. SCUUMAN,
Treasurer Territory Stables Co, Ltd.
NOTICE.
Tho regular quarterly meeting of the
AOIFIC HAM) WAKE CO, LTD,
v. ill be held ut its otliee on Tuesday,
July 31st, 1900 at 10 o'clock A. M.
JAS. GORDON SPENCEE,
Secretary.
Honolulu, July '24th, 1900.
NOTICE.
I HAVE this day disposed 'of my k
business at No. 3, OREHEUM BLOCK,
Fort Street, to Sing Lee Chan Co. All
accounts this date will be set-1
led with me. YEE GEE WOT,
Honolulu, July 23rd, 1900. So-fit
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS
TyST heisutrtolalX0cniUtfMuwrtka: S
cntiaju iKftd iaxrtim; 25 okti fr larper rk
35 mdi prr Ene r mti. cl tmU ptrhntf.
tvnOu ,
:music.
Piano laaghl lr rrll
of I:!ittlc Ouu?nfW. . " qalct
method. 55 tr month. Swil waUon t
adult bslaners. A.ldrcs
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STENOGKAPHEB AND TTPEWRTTER
A. T. MILES.SJestapher "t Typewriter,
Office 315 fmn sUvet. Telephone 1.
SEW Apply
rtUu
TRUST MDJETTtmiaH SEAL ESTATL
Jlpplyt H, Woltr. tthCee ot e Occidental
OXE HCKOEED rarallk. to tWT IestiB.Uia
Palolij 5ra aad start a satartaa tm .at : .
T&U tnw ts Bhla tea ralaaws t& of Uw
ilW WA.A CwSe. aem 9. 3iMi
Bluet.
coxzjosmss WAXTXD.
TWO GOOD. coepoa150P. iPPjr at Oace Ct
TBE SEPURLICUi alSo'diVittia ffioratajf.
LOBS,
w!J?5 SJJL SV
iipaa lrrtt tKJ bat fealtert
KMeestfO ai re?td tti w JM-
omcis toxjst..
t,Mdarr
, Mam? sgf
Hciit 9wt, awwT'" ." -
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QOTTJSeaMlcM)Mt tOMHr"J
AMfcrt?.V
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raws OX TSM TOWK
Aaeag t&e Beds of 'Masi if
tBaryargeos.
Awirefe teljcrafey pole is mag
erected "
Forty doable school se&ts kve been
ordered for the Ainake achooL
1ht pv of the Wailska police bss
been, raised from 30 to W a tsaatn.
The schooser Alice KisabaH will be
towed to sea by the Clandine to-day-Over
XMJ0O in dividends will be
paid by plantations during t&e week.
The new club, boose at Spwckelsville
trill be ready for use by September 1st.
Mrs. von Hajren left in thePcldng on
Saturday to rejoin her husband in San
Francisco.
The Australia and Coptic both from
the coast, and the Aorangi from the
colonies, are d'e tomorrow.
Two Chinamen were knocked down,
in a collision oa Alnkea street Sunday
afternoon. They came in contact with,
a hack.
Carl Buchholtz, an aged German
died at his heme near .the Mormon
Church on Sunday afternoon. He was
married.
It is understood the Australia will
not be sent o China, a3 at first intended,
but wiU continue on the Honolulu
route.
TheNahikn, Maui, plantation is almost
shut down. Fifty Japanese laborers
are attending to 300 acrea of newly
planted cane.
H. M. Dow took a party to Pearl
harbor in his yacht last Sunday. It
was a fine day and the boys who went
had lots of fun.
A black horse belonging to
in Manoa valley, which broke its
leg yesterday, was shot by Humane
OineerMiUer.
The wife of the Kev. O. Xawaliine of
Waiheo, Mani, died last Thursday. She
was the mother of twenty children, of
whom six are living.
A Chinese gambling den was raided
last night by Deputy Sherhf Chilling-worth
at Iwilei. Four players and an
entire outfit were captured.
Albert Hoogs has been appointed
Lsauger for tho United States Govern
ment, under Collector Haywood, .air.
Koogs' bond for $5000 was filed last
Monday.
Secretary H. E. Cooper and private
Secretary A. G. Hawes. returned yesterday
morning the official call made on
Governor Dole by the officers of the
German cruiser Geier.
Captain Henry Klemme has offered
the government at Washington 109
men. Accompanying the offer is an
endorsement by Government Dole of
Klemme as a military man.
Ah Chee and Ah Ho were raided
Saturday evening at Waialua, for selling
liquor without a license. A further
charge was also placed 'against Ah
Ho, for having opium in possession in
his place.
BOOKS THAT ABE TALKED
ABOUT.
Booming of Acre. Hiil
By John Kendrick-Bangs.
Vengeance Is Mine,
By Andrew Balfour. -
ThB Alabaster Box, -
By SirWalter Besant.
Geber,
'
By Kate Benton
The Conspirators,
Bv R. W? Chambers.
The Slave,
ByKobert Hlchenir
Kent Spire,
By Frederick W. Hayes-
Fron KiifdoR to Colasy,"
Bv
WALL NICHOLS CO.. LTD
If Vou Take fldvofltage
of tho prieQSi we are
oflering our NEr LINE
ot . . . .
BED ROOM SETS
Yon will hje, getting them
at bagains iiever before
beard of Iii "Honolulu . .
Our Prices
That Talk.
Come and jpdge for yourself
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MflT PAY FAM PRICES!!
TOUBmSX) RISK OF DOING SO IFTOTTTRAI5&
. WITH US. ITTIHAS ALWAYS BEESTO UK G-
ECF TO GIVE. OUE PATROLS THE FULL-EST
VALUE FOR THEIR MONEY. .
BOTH !N QUANTITY AND QUALITY-
"WE LEAD THE WAT I LACES;
AND WE SF aTiL CONTJLNUE TO SrELT -
ROR ONE WEEK MORE
AT VERT .SPECIAL PRICES ' .
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Edging's
IN AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
PATTERSTS.
YOU WILL ALSO ADMIT, TEAT AT THE PRICES WE
HAVE MARKED TII1S LOT ARE RIDICULOUS.
' WHO EVER HEARD OF A FRENCH VAL EDGING
BEING SOLD FOR
20c. A PIECE
THAT IS JUST WHAT WE ARE DOING.
I S. WM DRY
THE PEOPLES'
SCHUHAN'S -
j; Carriage and
Harness Repository,
MERCHANT STREET
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
. We have just received ex Alden Bessie, bark I'm ;
gard, Rosamond and W. H. Dimond and have now on display
a
Large New Stock of Elegant
and Up-to-date
4. '
. SUBREYS,
PHiETONS,
BUGGIES,
TRAPS,
RUNABOUTS, Etc.
Also STYLISH SINGLE ana
DOUBLE CARRIAGE and
BUGGY HARNESS.
A new line of
LAP ROBES,
LAMPS, WHIPS,
CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS
Jnsi Arrived, ex S. N.
Younj, Strong Mules and Horses
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OF NEW AND EXCLUSIVE
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GOODS CO., Ltd.
TROVIDERS
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