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SHOESf S3 HOBS! SHOES! GENTLEMEN
ri We have just opened tip a new shipment of the very latest styles
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THREE IMMENSF STOCKS the Gitj -
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FAIRCHILD'S large stxk -31 ' V PAJAMAS $1.50, worth,. reasonable ;Brjce3tiir
11 finer grades
A. E. MURPHY & OOS entire stock .-
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
Tbe Books of the WAXMAKALO
SDXIAKiCOilPAKY tkOH W closed to
trwMrfws turn Jaly 39th to itet,
OjfeTmewWfliiMitunlo Sfw. Go.
IN THE SHOE STOEE OF
COEEEE POET AND HOTEL LTEEETS.
Corner Hotel and Port streets.
IHE PLAHTATION NEWS
FROM THE STBUHCEn.
The Way 'Wlilto Plantation Employes
' View the Labor Situation Hero
When They Are Abroad.
Tlierrtllowin? is takcu from
tlo or u late ditto. :
While" Mr. Hamlin 13 not probably as
well kimwn us iu Canada, 01110 of his
old friends horo will read his oninions
on plantation matters in Hawaii with j
much imprest. They are us follows:
W. U. llamlin, a sitT'r plautor of Ita
waii, la at the Seattle. Ho is en rente
year will be larjre," ho said last night,
and will show au increase over any
"Yes, wo are having some trouble with
labor on the vlantatious just now.
Some of tho larj;e pluntery are talking
of bringlujr uecroes from the "United
States. Yes, agents have already been
seut to tho South to get as many
colortnl tneu a possible.
"The great trouble with the Japanese
is that since the labor laws liavo
changtnl they wsmt more money than
they can earn. They nro slow nntl nro
only worth little motv than half what
a good man is. It is not a question of
wages with the planters; it is to girt
their work uouo iu season at a reasonable
"Hawaii i becouiiug greatly overrun
with Japauesc, and this movement is
the tlrst step in directing theUgar'
pltuiters' forces against them. It the
Islands were rid of this e.l:us of people
we would Ik mucli letter otf, so far as
labor conditions are concerned."
A Minister's Good Work.
"I had a severe attack pf bilious colic,
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera' and Diarrhoea. JRernedy, took
wo doses' and was entirely cured," says-i
Kcv.A, A. Power, of Emporia, 1vau,
"My neighbor across tho street was
sick for over a week, had two or three:
bottles of medicine from the Uoctor.
Ho used them for three or four days
without relief, then called in another
doctor who treated him for some days
and gave htm no relief, so discharaed
him. 1 went over to see him the Bxt
morning. He said his bowels were in
a terrible ftx, that fhey Mtims
oft so long that if was almost
bloody lux. I asked IUbi it fee kad irk-
Chaiabsdala's'Coltc, Chopra xai
Remedy and herald, 'No. I weat;
home and brought him m bottle and
-v him one dose; told him to lafcf
atiuther dose In fifteen or twenty atta"
utus if h did sot Gud lat")K-took
bo more and was entirely; cfc4.
I think It the bst medicine Qmve ever
trled.M Por;aMc Ey U dak m4
Owbdok, 5mttfc C..'fHani!
Democrats will probably hold a ratification
on Wednesday evonincr. Ti ey
aesire tnotiriii sueil. u tliat niaco em
bo secured. A committee of Demo
crats will meetPriuco David and W. H.
Oornwell when they arrive on tho
'flier will bo escorted to the
j Hawaiian Hotel. At tho nveninc me 4-
snR it is announced that John U. Wae
will speak and 0. J. McCarthy will.-e-side.
Holds tho Money.
If. II. Dee holds about $f00, mot ey
lot on the race iKstween Shennmli ih
loTorouto .Canada .wlinro ho vm born, Ul0 jud .M so le(.5llwl. Tho 'star!. j'r,
to pay the tint visit m twenty yeare. ,rom 0udcrkirk. ivs fo.i'P,!
'"fhosucar output of tho islands this
Shenandoah. Deo wants the
reverse the decision. Uo refuses to
give up the money.
HONOIAJIO STOCK- EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Moji.lnjr, July SO. 1903.
Kwa I'lniitnUon 26, 17,
'lannllan Agricultural 0 313
Haiku Sumr CVintMuiv
Kltioiriantntluu (.",. tsl Atone
MrtlryilP Susar Cx, Ltd.;
UkalaSu?arOi.l . .......
Ulan Sucw &. UiU PaW up
Ploucr Jill! Cohiiwrny.
WntiUua AKTlcutlaral Co., Aasws. ....
WniiUuA Co, Vt up
(tair.ili.in Electric Oa,;, ..,... ..,
Oahu naltway Lam! t . ..
lVtlfeS lets Itrtrls. t:
Sira I'lantnUonCrerrwit...... 102
Sahuku l'latitnll.m 6 irwnr, lot
Oaliu Kaltway .t innd Cs fi lOliJ
SALES ieniinSeifim.. ,
10 0.fct!.. . . r. . . ..;.
.219 Xitwuw Stiwt, a)towetl
ta o. n. u. .. ,&J.ZS&'&eL .Stsv ou
S WaSalaa .. .; .; ....... .. .'. . . . . w 4x1
SWalalua, . SM W
We Axe Holding a
Sale in the
Polio win Lines
Heavy TPeagec Silk. laen'a
suits. t -"
?lne Grass linen, white, blne.yellaw,
PHri'le and green.
landworfcTkncySauilal Wood Handkerchief
and Glove Boxes.
EaibroWrl Red Silk and Grass Lincu
ent colorsaiMil wWo; " It
for 1fs. jJ" 4tLJ "- k- K f
Murfin fl Qnrtahi ,
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ADVERTISED LET '.HERS.
List of letters uncalled for s-; the Honolulu
Postofliee up" to June Sv 1900:-Ashley,
Barrington, James Bortfeldt, 'aul
Brown, Clarence Brighton, Joseph
Campbell, W H
Courtney, A D
Cook, Capt H
Dole, T F; Dr
Dunn, It G & Co
Hopkins, W B
Irving, S C
Lathry, W II
Nine, C G
Peterson, A L
Summerville, W I
Union Oil & Gas
Veigele, O -
Cluney, j J
Cor, Lee: C
Davis, P T
Durau, J., '.c
Hofgoard. -Jus (3)
Nason, C V
Prescott, I P
Paulsmu! A C
Eng? i Asa'n
Teneran;. , G '
Wilburton, Frank WTHliams.
Bemsen, H A Byrne, R2
Dunn, E V
Kingsley, Thomas .
Macdevitt, C -W Morton, tfc
Silbey, Cyrus SunterJ AT
Watson, C A Wilson, J
. LADIES' WINDOW.
Remaining uncalled for u; to June
aoth.asoo.. .' -
Bertelman.'MIss Brown, : s H W
Kulei Ball, MI. Louisa
Barker, Mrs Geo Brenthair Mrs II
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Beshaw; Miss Ce- Burger, 1. -s Grace
Carter. Mrs Hen-y Chaney,
Cooper, Mrs ,- Conradssii, Miss
"" Eliza ffl;
ClarJr, -Miss-Annie j -
K - (C
Fletcher, Mrs F M Fennet. K 3. Ida
Gilhus, ilrs ' Gay, Mis Kather-
T - -Ine
:Green, Mrs A
Hopklnst Mrs Ab. -Harrison, . Miss
McCalt, Miss Card- Norton. Jrs Ta-
4Ine "? . " mar
Pratt. Mrs Frank, .,
Raoder, Mrs M A HobsoH. i R
Rice Miss Mari Reyuolds Mrs Ar--
garet tnur G
ScentboMrsM Smith, M sM ,
Schffieider, airs J
Wright; wniiams; Miss
rum (2) Ethel
Witte, Miss Mar-; Walllams. Miss
Walker, Mrs J Whitaey. lOss
Marriaml Tpvaz, il 3 Cora I
FarU; calliaj for tie c ave will
pkaL ask, forAiTertised Otters."
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.... . " - -o is Post aaster.
'; Tiiese large and carefully selected assortments of fine foot wear will be sur to suit the most" particular, as they
art all first class and being sold at prices that have never been offered for like qur.ty in this City before. These prices
than elsewhere, and we fejl tonvinced not be much, longer that Ave car. oiler such attractions, judging from
the way the jjcoplb are taking them home. '' ' '", 'v. ;. ; '-'.;, ..::.
Gome Early, as All &o!
LB! KERR & COMPANY, Limited,
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GAS. & ELECTRIC CO., Lid.
46 MERCHANT STREET.
fe )S3 ?a l Sa Ka fe, sa pa jse is pg pa
F ireWorks to Burn.
Roman Candles Sky Rockets,
Hot Air Balloons
Colored Fire, etc., for the
grand Reception and Rally
to the Rerublican
Delegatesreturning to Ho
nolulii Thursday evening,
Make ita HotTiae forthe Boys.
THE HEW ENGLAND BAKERY
- HOTEL STREET.
J, OSWALD LtJTTED,
. u . Manager.
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- Tfee I to:M:h. RHHcai will kk
redl ttyr citjrirfw' Wc
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THE SAME,ilAY BE SAID OE.
after undergring a 1 borough Renovation' is
Now Open and will be conducted as a
FIK5T CU55 HOTEL
Amer iearf . and European
-A Cafe is run in
Connection witH the 'Hotel.
FURNISHED Ta GUESTS.
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MENS' OFFICE T&'W
are exceptionally ehesur sB&r
and are hipidly becoming very popular.
EX( LATEST OUT IN
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manner, cts, per.Suit up.
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Only the line to select from being much more extensive in variety
of Patterns, 1.50 per Suit up,
PERCALE t AND , MADRAS r'SHIgTS
, ; KALI, PATTERNS AND COLORS "
5 FROM SI.OO IJF33.
BATHINa SUITS In tlie verv latest designs, 1 and 2 piece Suits... Correspondingly
Cheap. " . .
U. B. KERR 5 -CO., h.'
HONOLULU, H. T.
Jobbing Promptly Attended
WEuTEKN INS. EC,
I J.. H. FISHEE,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
J. H. PISHEE,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
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Moner toLoan on Rear Estate-
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