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H1 HOES! SHOES! GENTLEMEN. iOTENT:
We have just opened up a new shipment o the very latest styles
in Gents' Furnishings in which we oner at the most reasonablo prices In
THREE IMMENSF STOCKS the Citv. - -
FAIRCHILD'S large stock . : "
A. E. MURPHY & CO.'S ENE stock
A H H f" P8 I A K I r" I"" X X ISl tN i i s -
These large and carefully selected assortments of. fine footwear will be sure to suit the most particular, ' as they
are all first class and being sold at prices that have never been oflered for like quality in this City before. These prices
than elsewhere, and we feel
the way the people are taking
:' Come Early, as All Must &o !
L. B. KERR & COMPANY, Limited,
FEAR THAT MURDER
Police Keemncr Closo Watch of a
Chinese Woman at
Tbo ovouts of tlie next two or three
days will probably bring to light the
murderer of two or three innocontliltle
Tho police are on the track of a Chinese
woman employed on a duck much
at Waikiki, who thoy have reason to
believe Intends to murder her newborn
Within the past couple of yoars two
dead babies have been found by Usher-
men in coal oil cans on the beach at
Wniklklnud Kakaako. A Portuguese
llsherman reported at tbosheriirsoflleo
yestenlay that he had teen a Chluo?e
woman at Waikiki preparing a five-gallon
coal oil tin in the ime manner the
tins which have been found containing
the dead Inxlies of infants had been
prepared. Otllcer Ilnnraban ras put
on the case.
The woman under suspicion has
given birth to three children iu four
years aud none of them are to befouud.
Tho fact that she is naiu encumbered
with a young child and was preparing
tho coal oil tin, apparently of
the same ttyle as those found, la
thought to be a suspicious circumstance
and eho will be carefully
Will Meet Members of the Bar Tomorrow
.Tomorrow afternoon United Stales
Judce Est?e will meet thol
members of the bar in the Supreme
Court at o'clock.
The meetiug promises to be of importance.
A committee comprising
three, member of tho bar will be se
lected to draft rules for the governing
of causes coming before the, court A
largo turnout of attorneys is desired.
COMPANY A's BALI..
Members Xnjoyed Themselves
at the DriU Shed.
The postponed ball of Co. A- X. O,
H was given at'the drill shed lastuigbL
Captain Harry Klemme had general
charge of all arrangements for the
event, which proved a splendid success,
Th decoration committee, hich liad
worked hard all day, showed excellent
taste plaang of the numerous
tMgs&nu oummgoi au oiuw. - tst the prnt crrIS was wt bright
the stage, where the Quintette cluijn bv the attempt at
gave forth dreaming waltzes and lively . Ifco hordes of heatheM of IIhj Emuire,
ro v.Mf!Anicn.l flat by coercion. HilrrPgothods,
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QJJJFte 5S I
dent McXiuley Dole,
rwiiruod nroatiaect niaces. set oS br !
pabus and other greenery. Between
wine and tea o'clock, about thirty
couples ooieti Ue floor, txxt
oUwrs arrived iate. zcwtxiu. tenet".
had charge et tM recresnateau. -Moet
tfee GsatdMMe appeared is uaiferaa.
IN" THE SHOE STOBE OF
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CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
PER CENT LESS
convinced that it will not be much longer that we can oiler
Corner Hotel and Fort Streets.
.SUNDAY CONCERT IN
THE CAPITOL GROUNDS.
An Innovation in tho History of
Honolulu is rapidly Incoming Americanized.
Think of a band concert
iu tho Capitol grounds on Sunday
afternoon. Will some of tho good people
plug their cars with cotton to avoid
hoaring the melodious strains of Hcrr
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock the
band will discourse in tho Capitol
grounds. Thereafter the band will
play alternate Sundays m Thomas
Oijiiiirv niiu lUiuicv inauu.
The reason why the band is to play
in town on Sundays is owing to the
many complaints made against the
ear fcervice;Jho long and tedious
waits iu procuring a car. the slow
locomotion and the trouble in securing
return transportation from Waikiki.
Plenty of scats will be provided at the
Capitol Park Sunday.
The baud will play at Emma Square
I tomorrow at 40 p. in.; Sunday at
Capitol Park at 3 p. m Monday evening
Emma Square; Tuesday evening,
Thomas Square; Wednesday evening,
MakH Island; Thursday eveniug at
Program for these concerts will appear
in Tho Republican.
MISSION- WORK IN CHINA.
Discussed at St. Andrew's Cathedral
About fifty people listened to a number
of very fntorcstingr and instructive
addres:us'on mission work aud its
growth in the Chiiwso Empire in the
schoolroom of St, Andrew's Cathedral
Biuop Alfred Willis, made tho
address, outlining the history of
tho Celestial Empire from tho most
ancient times to the present day, dealing'
particularly with the religions
phases.. The Rev Hamilton Lee,
thej American Episcopal
Church, gave a detailed description of
the extent and character of American
Missionaries' work in China. The work
of tho Church Missionary Society of
England "was outlined by Mr. Clive
Davies. Other addresses were given
by the Rer.. Kong Yin TeU the Rev.
V. H. Kitcat aua the Rev. Wm. Ault.
The Rev. KougYinTVtroada well
Krilten e;y on "The Boxers from a
Chiuese View.1' "Personal RemininceA
uf China Miionaries was the subject
vf a short talk bv the Rev, Mr. Ault.
The Rev. Mr. KUeit represented the
Society for the Promulgation oftlio
The different sie:tkers had the constant
and close'atteation of all presents
une of the aedresses temted to show
by the Hurwai lwirer,
Ei&i i particular.
Ah Fat aad Ah Kai were arretted "htt
eveaijj by Capiat Kaaae for wsolynx
oplaa. -The oScer, captured oe out Si
trith the tw Bten.
DR. STUBBS HAD A
BUSY TlmE YESTERDAY.
Calls on Governor Dole for Confer-once
To "Visit the Pali
Dr. Stubbs, the commissoner to
from the Uuited States Agricultural
Department, had a rather busy
day, yesterday. He finds that he is
more widely known on these Islands
than he had thought possible JTauy
people interested in sugar culture and
agriculture generally have called on
the doctor and he is being Hooded with
invitations and snggestione, for nil of
which ho is duly grateful.
During the day Dr. Stubbs called on
Governor Dole and later visited Wray
Taylor, Cummissionor of Agriculture
and Forestry. To-morrow Dr Stubbs
and Mrs. Stubbs will be in the hands
Of Mr. Taylor, who will show them the
Pali, the forest aud Tantalus. Dr.
Maxwell will be of the party.
THEMSELVES TO BLAME.
Comhiitteo to Welcome Returning
Democrats Did Not Boards
Because the Democrats rec9ption
committee did not get aboard the
Australia on her arrival some of them
are kicking. The committee to welcome
home the Republican delegates boarded
the Australia and met them before tha
It appears that the members of the
Democratic committee did not know
that they might board the vessel and so
they have no one to blame but themselves.
The Australia may bo boarded
as of old if the captain is willing. She
comes in just the same as an Island
steamer. This is her port of destination
aud although she must enter and
clear-at custom house, the. customs officials
pay no attention to her whatever.
NEWS OF THE TOWN.
Mr. and Mrs, F. J. Cross delightfuly
entertained a large number of friends
at u progressive euchre party last
- "nauola,a big native, assaulted aud
badly battered Mahoe, his wife ls3t
night at the Relief He was arrested
on eomplaint of the woman.
A birthday party was given, at ihe
residence of "Jack" Lucas yesterday in
honor of Master Harry Lucas. Many
of the lad's numerous young friends
helped him celebratehis natal day.
Invitations are outfor an At Home
at the residence of ir,andI.S. M.
Dshiou, Moanalua. Thursday evening,
August iHh, complimentary to Miss
Alke Wall ami Frederic C. Smith,
Trains will leave the JSlng Street depot
at S aad &3Q returning al 12 and 1,
o'clock. , "
Senator XcCaadlesa' Inspections.
J. A. McCaadleis, superintendent of
public works, k expected home from
Maui ra'Afcaynext About September
let, he will levl1for othecishuada
la ta group" be 'aTtowr.ot ijwpectioc. -
sucli attractions, (judging from
A Minister's Good "Work.
"I had a severe attack of bilious
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera anil Diarrhoea Remedy, took
two doses and was entirely cured," says
Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia, Kan.
"My neighbor across the street was
sick for over a week, had two or three
bottles of medicine from the doctor.
He used them for three or four days
without relief, then called in another
doctor who treated him for some days
and gave him no relief, so discharged
him. I went over to see him the njxt
morning. He said his bowels were in
a terrible fix, that they had been running
oil so long that it was almost
hloody flux. I asked him if he had tried
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Remedy and he said, 'No.' I went
home and brought him my bottle and
gave him one dose; told him to take
another dose in fifteen or twenty minutes
it he did not find relief, but he
took no more and was entirely cured.
I think it the best medicine I have ever
tried." For sale by all dealers and druggists.
Benson, Smith & Co., general
agents. Hawaiian Territory.
Just a Few Words for the Honolulu
She succeeds where all others fail
with the man that appreciates a good
thing when ho sees it. When yououce
obtain the delight that this new Maiden
alfords, there can bex -,;in the field
to cut her out, with th -se who understand
how td blow th tr money into
smoke economically. For the small
sum of five n.s you Am enjoy the
pleasure of ...: liuest in the land, which
is one of the iest Xesr York hand made
Ask for art : try the Honol lluBelle."
Sold ,'j all retailers.
Territory of "TlitwaiL
Good ilediclne tor Children
If you have a baby In Use house you
will wish t, Lujw the way to
check any tmnsual looseness of the
bowels, or dlarch&ea so common to
smaU children. O. P. 2i. Holllday. of
Deming, Ind who has an
child, says: Through the months
of Juae and July our baby was teeth
ing aad took a ruaning off ot the bowels
sad sickness cf the stomach. His
bowels would raove from fire to eight
times a day. a bottle of Caax
herkiia's Colic, Cholera asd Diarrhaaa;
nemeoy la tae House aa gave aim
four drops is a teaspoonftd of wat,
aad he got better at oace." For sale ay
all dealers aad dragg&s. Beacoa.
Smith CCa. seaeral ageats, Hawallaa
Theory maye welteaoaehia'Jts
way, bt. lawyerstaad phyakmn
ferpiacUcC - " X .
MENS OFFICE COATS rLS
and are rapidly becoming very popular.
EXCELLENT Y ALOES AND
made in the most'workmaulike manner, at from 75 cts, per
LATEST OUT IN
SAME MAY BE SAID OK
Only the line to select from being
of Patterns, $1.50 per Suit up.
much more extensive in variety
PERCALE i AND MADRAS .- SHIRKS
IN ALL PATTERNS AND COLORS
, from'sijoo up. .
BATHING SUITS In the verv Jlatest designs, l'and piece Suits.
after undergoing a
Now Open, and will
FIR5T CLI55 HOTEL
American and European
" ' " .'Plan. .
be conducted aVa
Oafe is run
with the Hotel,
SM LA: CilRTI
TO GUESTS. '.
I A IV il A $1.50, wQrtjv.OOand at
Bead The Honolulu
respondingly reasonable prices for
Suit up.") l
HONOLULU, H. 'X.
GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Lli
40 3EEIlCH.CvT STKEET.
Ceylou and Mamicabo
and PRALINES ....
HAXD DIPPED FRENCH
- SOK-BONS ........
' 3IOLASSES CAMY,
FJE2CH BOSS, Etu -
Oar gootls are made FRESH'eveW'
day and cosjt ulwutHALF
.. the pricoof Stalft'ItajHirfcd
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