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Capitalized for One Hundred Thousand
Dollars Nearly All
The Hawaiian Cemetery Association
Hied its incorporation papers yesterday.
'The capital stock ol the com-pail
vis 100,000, with privilege of
it to $250,000. Of the capital
btock $75,000 has been subscribed and
$10,000 paid in.
The incorporators are Francis J.
Berrv, M. A. Gonsalves, Chu Gem, V.
G. Ashley and J. Alfred rngoon.
The olllcers of the company are: .
G. Ashley, President; M. A. Gonsalves,
Vice-President; Francis J. Berry,
Chu Gem, Treasurer. These, with
Mr'Magoon, constitute the Board of
A large and most enthusiastic audience
greeted the new arrivals from
Australia at the Orpheum last night.
The minstrel first part, while not as
elaborate In settings as former productions,
went through wIUi a vim and
was well received. Interlocutor Miller
made a good pun without knowing
It, which took the house.. The quartet
made a hit and proved to be something
out-of the ordinary. Hen Wise and
Kntio Mllton.more than sustained the
reputation accorded them on the mainland
and in Australasia.
Miss Flora Batson, in her double
voice, assisted by Gerard Miller, was
OFFICtAL WORKING HOURS.
They Have Been Established From
8:30 to 4 O'clock.
In response to a query
would say that the official hours
are from S:30 a. m. to 4 o'cloce p. in.,
though most offices, like that of the
Board of Health, thePubiic Works and
others are open very much later, even
to 5 o'clock in the afternoon.
"Water Melons from Wabiavra.
The Agricultural Department and the
Territorial Entomologist were the recipients
of three handsome water
melons yesterday, which came from the
Wahiawa colony, located near Pearl
City. Both Commissioner Wray Taylor
and the entomologist prouoancedthem
sweet, luscious and most enjoyable.
This result at this new colony is regarded
as proof positive that melons
can be profitably raised here.
Court WiU Move.
Judge Dickey will soon be holding
court in the old stou building nest
to the po6totfice. The building is to
be renovated and occupied by the Second
District Magistrate and the Board
TIE PAUMA PUMP
REAIY TO I'EGiN WORK.
Yes," said Andrew Browa, thgnial
Euperinte&dent of the Honolulu Water
Works, "w wised the Aawrkaa
out at the Palama Pumping Station,
today, and wo had a good reason to do
50. There was a tree there that seemed
to grow faster than the chimney, for
that reason we gave the old algeroba
the position of honor. So ve raised
Old Glory on it."
But the chimney is completed and
the scaifoldiug coming down.
"There are, of course," said Mr.
Brown, "many things to arrange and
provide against, but I believe that we
can light up and run the pump on Monday
or Tuesday. Kegularly? ah! no;
for there will be many things to be
looked after, leakages and so on."
THE KALIHI EPIDEMIC
OF TYPHOID FEYER.
Inspector McVeigh says the patients
at Kalihi Emergency hospital are doing
very w ell. Dr. Garvin said, w hen questioned
yesterday: "There are no new
developments, so far as I know. But I
have heard nothing from there today."
. And to the astonishment of The Be-publican
reporter, Dr. Garvin turned
on his heel. The epidemic of Kalihi
may be of consequence, but the executive
officer of the board evidently
doesn't think so.
THE UNITED STATES COURT.
It WiU Be Formally Opened Today
at 1:30 O'clock.
The United States District Court will
be formally opened at 1:30 o'clock this
afternoon. The meeting will take place
in the Supreme Court room. There
will be no formal ceremonies, because
Judge-Estee is not given to that sort of
thing. He is here for business.
Though the opening may partake of
the nature of a levee, the court will be
ready, and meets for tho purpose of receiving-and
disposing of any business
that may be presented.
Appeal to Washington.
Attorney Brooks has forwarded to
the United States Treasurer at Washington
briefs and affidavits in the cases
of two Chinamen, who had been refused
lauding here by Treasury Agent J. K.
Brown. Mr. Brooks claims that the
Chinamen were born here.
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES
The S. S. Australia has been entered
st Customs and will commence discharging
cargo at the Oceanic
hip Company's wharf at 9 a. n., Au
gust 1st, 1500.
Consignees will please call at the
office of Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd., Fort
street, and par freight and receive
All merchandise, when landed upon
the wharf, will be at the risk of the
within twenty-four hours cfter
5 p. m. of the day on which it is
anded will be stored or left ca the
v'harf at the risk of the
owners or consignees.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
WM, G. IRWIN& CO., Ltd.,
r w(w.iiyni f wtthn. 3HRjtJsefo ;S3$S32P$3
Xli ttOJOLULJ JlKFUbliXUILK, SAITJBDA, AOGUSX 4, 18W.
SHOE! HOBS! SHOES! ;nt;
Wp Imvpk nrfnpd im n now shinmnnt of tho vnrt Infest 5tvlo5
Ul L , k - f - r " -
in Gents' furnishings in which we offer at the most reusonahlo prices In
.s THREE IMMENSF STOCKS the Citv.
FAiRGHILD'S large stock
A. E. MURPHY & CO.'S n'nWK
AMERICAN DRY GOODS ent'ock
IN THE SHOESTORE OF
RR & CO. Ltd
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
iknv'L'cic 'sasc'i1 1
1 MKfcSS "(.?. V
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GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Lid.
MAGOON BUILDING, Corner Mer
chant and Alukea Street.
PafcaP3lss2a?!3Pa!isSi Pa Pa
Ceylon and ATaraicabo
CHOCOLATE CREAr -
anil PEAUXES ....
HAND DIPPED FEENCH
PEAsXJT CEISP, , .
FRENCH BOSS, Etc.
Oar goods are made FEESH every
day. and eost nlwut TTATiF
the jwice of Stale Imported
Ntw England Bakery,
J. OSWALD LUTTED, lisuupr.
l j l Je id m m fc ?
? These large and carefully selected assortments of fine foot wear will be sure to suit the most particular, as they
are all first class and being sold at prices that have never been offered for like quality in this City before? prices
than elsewhere, and we feel convinced that it will not be much longer that we can offer such attractions, judging from
the way the people are taking them home. ""
Come Early, as All Must Go!
L. B. KERR & COMPANY, Limited,
Corner Hotel and Fort Streets.
Grand Vaudeville Bill of Polored
Artists Late of the
Grand Minstrel First Part.
ffiss Fiora Satsen,
America's Double Voiced Queen oLSong.
Comedian and Impersonator.
Turner The JonesGrace,
Singing and Sketch Team.
Seats now on sale at the box office.
m A I A !l A O $1-50, worth, $2.GQt ami at
'respondingly reasonable prices for
MENS' OFFICE COATS JSZ '
and are rapidly becoming very popular. "
EXCELLENT VALUES AND LATEST -'OT IN
' "Kin" a:. I Queen of Coondom."
Leon P. Rooks,
America's Eminent Tenor and Character Artist.
Colored Australian Baritone.
John Pampion, , r
"The Nubian Prince," ., - .
Classic Judder Zouave "Driller.
Prince of Entertainers.
V v , t v
, V i .,AifS!M'cmiJ:..r.,Mg .
THE SAME MAY1BE SAID OP
of Patterns, $1.50 per Suit up,
t.x 507 Clothing I
made in the most workmanlike manner, ;lt from 75 ets, per Suit up.
f I E3 I V
Only the line to select from being much more extensive in variety
PERCALE : AND MADRAS : SHIRTS
LX ALL PATTERNS AND COLORS
FROM SHOO UP.
BATHING- SUITS In the verv'Jatest designs, Tand 2 piece Suits Correspond-
U. E. WE.RR & CO., W,
HONOLULU, H. T.
X- p2. 7f .5 ',- 7$ 71- 7? J J 7$ 7 l 7r ;i -ft- J 7X' X' . 7$ T . ta 7$ 7? 7 $? 7$ it'll 7$ 7? TV 1 X-
The Hawaiian Eisofrio Oe., Ltd
Has RemoAed its Offices and Showroom to
Alakea Street, fakai Merchant.
BABSAENS IN ELEGTRiO FIXTURES.
n a- a- a- - & - a- a- a- a a- -& . .
GOO KIM 2, "uBru0?J,REET'
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MESSWS. . G. FEACOVK$ CO., LTD.
Honolulu,, H. T.
J - Qn and. after August 9, all Electric Fixture f
and Shades now in stock will l)& sold' at a (REAT
ft SACRIFICE to malce room for shipment x. to arrhe '.
ft per "Andrew Welch."
Have just opened a 2sew and Fiuo Lme of
Consisting of EirBROLDEEED SILK HAXDKERCHIEFS. IXDI1
LINEN, TICTORLV LAYXS, HEAVY PONGEE SILK, forrens Suits,
E1CBEOIDERED SILK PIANO COVERS.
CIATHXSa 2TADE TO OHBEB OK" SHOBTES NOTIC2.
The above Goods have Just bees opened and ar of tho latest pattern.
Oiuensboro. Ky., July IS, WOO.
.dm, pleased io inform you that ive have just re- t
ccivecl notice from the Government that GREJEjY
RIVER WHISKYhas again been selected, for the
elusive use for another year in all of the US. Navy J
Hospitals, being the third in succession.
Yours Truly, J;
(Signed) J. W.M'CULLOCH. t
A carload of this celebrated Whisky will arrive ner rmu.
F. Whitney, and will be offered for sale by
W. C. Peacock & Co.. Ltd,
Read The Honolulu Republican.