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PARIS MODEL HATS
Not very many all told, but
quite an artistocratic collection,
each one of which vrill
add distinguished beauty to
the toilette of which it becomes
a part All are from
FAMOUS MODISTES the
SI1APES, the MATERIALS,
the STYLES are of the
11 1 G D EST C H AR ACTER,
COSTLY, as all SPECIAL
and EXCLUSIVE BEAUTY
MUST BE. But now this is
changed. We have placed our
entire stock of IMPORTED
HATS at prices well worth
hile to investigate.
To Those in Quest
of ft RUG... -v
7"o Intendhig VuKcfrasers
of -Rugs wo would stafo that just before
Dm oiiiimro in isirin wn received a large
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and varied assortment, of ,
t By purchasing
the change, a
per cent, was
tend, at present,
but will sell
A old figure.
these Rugs before $
of about Jifty ,(50)
by, as we do not in-
increase the price. 4
while they last, at the
conditions, a buyer
.uurchase these Rugs.
they are sold for onj
a display of these
Rugs in our large,
harmonious coloring is
attention. - s. f . -
KJr oaiu. now
for muchness than
We have made
central show window,
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Read The Honolulu Republican..
TH HONOLULU REPUBLICAN WUDXESDAY. AU(H?3I
i BARK t NEWS OF THE TOWX" j motsssxokx casd.
- BE 4TTI8SEP f
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oeaxnen ti.e Vessel for W3e
"Whirti Thr Allff is Dae ?
Yesterday afternoon the bark Empire
was libeled by Christopher Collins,
Carl Jensen, John Petersen and John
Anderson seamen ot the bark, who
claim that the vessel is indebted to
them for wages in the sum of 27 each.
Papers were IsSaed by the United
States District Court aud the versel
will be attached this morning, -
Davis jmd Gear represent the seamen.
Our Louisiana Crops.
As the season advances Interest in
the crop prospects becomes greater.
From the present outlook this "section
r f the country has every hope of large
crops this fall. Even cotton. whJcu
has been very backward and has suffered
severely from the wreather, is improving
rapidly and promises to
a fairly good yield.
With respect to sugar cane, the conditions
are most promising. The crop
looks splendid and a heavy tonnage
for the mill is Indicated. There has
been somewhat too much rain for those
who are still backward with their field
work, but the cane is growing finely.
The Louisiana Sugar Plants- says, in
its issue of Saturday last:
"The sugar cane Is generally reported
by our correspondents this week
to be growing rapidly, and exhibiting
a dark green, healthy color. Those who
have not finished the work of laying by
the crop have been retarded very much
by the rains, which have occurred nearly
every day, and strenuous efforts are
being made to hasten this work at
every possible opportunity. Fortunately
those who are still In the grass are
In the minority, most of the planters
having given the crop Its last working,
and they are now engaged In watching
It grow and giving it a few supplementary
touches where necessary. The
Soutlook at this date is very promising.
and should no disaster visit the sugar
belt a good crop Is assured."
With respect to the rice crop, the
weather has been all that could be desired
and a large yield is now indicated
from all parts of the rice section.
The river and Bayou Laforche crops
are particularly promising and In another
month or six weeks new rice
ought to be coming to market freely.
New Orleans Picayune.
German Naval Academy.
The officers of the German navy, before
they enter the' service of their
country, receive an education at the
Naval Academy at Kiel, which in
thoroughness is in every way equal to
the training received by the officers of
the United States navy at Annapolis.
The Kiel Academy is one of the most
elaborately equipped naval Institutions
in Europe. Every conceivable facil'ty
is provided for instructing the men 5n
navigation, naval architecture and naval
warfare. The academy has a model
room which contains a most excellent
and complete collection of charts, compasses
and sounding apparatus, besides
the usual models of vessels of a by-,
gone day. In the various lecture rooms
physical, chemical and other scientific
apparatus is to bo found for the use of
the instructors in teaching and of the
students in experimenting.
One of the first lessons which the enact
must learn is the name of every
sail, rope and block of a full-rigged
ship, as well as the making cf the various
hitches and knots used by sailors.
For this purposo a model Is used
which consists of a stand provided
with a completely rigged foremast and
bowsprit Not a single block or ropo
The life which the men lead at Kiel
Is not one obease and luxury, although
it has Its pleasures as well as its
nains. The cadets sleep four in a
room in tho dormitories in tho upper
stories. A table, a bed, a chair, a
wash stand and a closet are all that
the government allows a cadet. If he
wishes to have a sofa and an armchair
he must pay for these luxuries out or
his own pocket
In summer he rises at 5:45 o'clock
and-in winter at C:45 o'clock. At 7:20
o'clock he Is called to breakfast At S
o'clock he begins work. At 11 olock
he has a light luncheon, and after a
recess of half an hour he continues his
work uninterruptedly until 3 o'clock.
Dinner Is served at 4 o'clock. The rest
of the day he can devote either to
pleasure or to study.
A Lame Shoulder.
A lame shoulder is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles, and may be
cured by a few applications of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm. For sale by all
dealers and druggists. Benson, SmiUi
& Co., general agents Hawaiian Ter
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce, held in this
city on August S, 1900, the following
officers were elected for the ensuing
President W. F. Allen.
Vice-President J. F. Hackfeld.
Secretary and Treasurer Jas. Gordon
Arbitration Committee J. F. Hackr
feld, F. A. Schaefer, C. M. Cooke, J.
B. Atherton, H. EWaity.
JAS. GORDON SPENCER,
Hawaiian Government C
Bonds for which the highest
market price will be paid.
BISHOP & CO.,
BUILDER " .
Jobttif PrtapUT AttnitdnQ
FreJ J-Cn&5 lett for "ai eTC0"
E. ilalinlcona U ia It'
rr.af irTr nrevailinif aloes the '
F.W.Mscfarlane will be borne this
plumbers association meet
The Alameda from San Francisco is
expected early this morning-King
street near Thomas square is
again torn up by the sewer contractors.
The cases against Lewis, McCarthy
and TurJr were postponed until today.
The Rev. Horace Chamberlain is to
preach at Pearl City every Sunday afternoon
W. W. Ahana charged with bi iking
Board of Health regulations was fined
$ltt) by Judge Wilcox yesterday.
The preliminary hearing of Samuel
Barney for killing J. W. Liorbeer will
be set in the police court this morning
Captain Gregory of the Iwalani and
W. G. Hall is suffering with grippe.
He was able to take the Hall out yesterday.
In the case of J. W. Kealakaa vs. Yee
Kee, defendant's attorney J. "51.
has entered an appeal to the Su;
Mrs A. B. Craig, sister of O. Charlock
of the Board of Health, arrived in the
Andrew Welch for a visit of two or
In the police court yesterday John,
the man who works on the wharf, was
gned $15 and costs for assault and battery
on M. D. Forrest.
The American schooner Columbia.
Captain Sprague, 41 days from Newcastle,
arrived at Mahukona on August
11 with a cargo of coal for the Kohola
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dickey aud Mr.
aud Mrs. Fred Waterhouse left for
Maui today. The ladies will be left at
Haiku while the men will return to
busiuess by the Claudine ou Sunday.
J. T. De Bolt, attorney for petitioner
iu the case of Kauamakaole Lazarus
vs. II. A. Jueu and Ester P. Jueu, has
Hied a joinder in the demurrer to declare
deed void aud for au accounting.
Miss Mary Decker, daughter of Simpson
Decker of this city, and Gilbert
McNicoll of Eleele, Kauai, were married
ut the home of the brides' father
last evening. Bev. G. Ij. Pearson performed
One Arrest Yesterday.
There was one arrest made yesterday,
'ilie sole oITeuder was a drunken man
too much under tho influence to give
his name at the station.
BOOKS THAT ARE TALK
3ooming.of:Acre Hill, -
Bv Johu Kendrick Bangs.
Vengeance is. Mine,
By Andrew Balfour.
The Alabaster Box,
Bv Kate Benton
. j , By R. WfOhambers,
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TheSlawj" ? .
By Robert Hichens.J
IBy Frederick W. Hayes
Froi Kingdom to Colony,!
WALL NICHOLS CO., LTD
K Yoa Take Advantage
ol the prices we are
offering our ATEW LINE
BED ROOM SETS
You will be getting them
at bagains never before
heard of in Honolulu .
That Talk. t -
Come and judge for your-
Coyne Funiture Co.,
Coratr Fort mad Bantaair StrMta.
The HILO TRM!
W. H. SXrra, : : : Editor
ARCS. C. STEELE, i : Manager
Published Every Saturday,
StTBCRlPTIOX Local. . . .32 oO per Tear
This publicaxion has the largest
on the Lland of Haraii o zny
WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, and ss an
Advertising Medium Li SECOND TO
WESTERN INS. CO.
J. H. FISHES,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
J. H. FISHER,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
U7T. q. IRUIKQ . LTD.
Wm. G Irwin .President & Managrr
Claus Spreckela ..First Vice-Pres.
W. M. Giffard Second
H. M. Whitney, Jr .". . .Treas. & Se't.
Geo. W. Ross Auditor,
AGENTS FOR THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Of San Francifpo. Cal.
Hawaiian navigation Co.
Surprise sails from Honolulu evci v
ten days to Lahaina and M.tkena, Man ,
and all the Kona ports of Hawaii.
(Tuesdays or Fridays) wit i
Inter-Island Steamers, thl3 gives Kon.t
a 5-day service.
Eclipse sails from Honolulu as soon
as possible after arrival for Kati&i
porta, Koloa, Eleele, Hanapepe, Manf
vreli, Waimea and Kekaha.
The vessels carry freight and passen
gers aud insure quick dispatch.
For further information apply to the
M. W. McCHESNEV k SONS,
Queen Street : : : : : Honolulc.
PACIFIC TRANSFER, CO.
227 King St., Next to Bailey's
EXPRESS WAGONS, DRAYS, LUMBER
WAGONS axd DUMP
ALWAYS ON HAND.
TRUNKS. FURNITURE a.vd SAFE-.
Telephone, ... Main 8
Ohia Wood For Sale,
In any quantity. Apply to
W. C. AOHI& CO.,
10 West King Strec .
July 80 1900.
Honolulu Iron Works Go.
Boilers, Sugar Mills, Coolers, Bra23
aud Lead Castiag3.
And Machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ship's blacksmithing. Job
work executed on the shortest notice
Two lots 50x100.
Ope lot 100x100 on which is a,horu3
containing six rooms. For particulajs
apply to DAVID K.UXATJKA,
WUder S. & Warehouse, Esplanade.
Astor House Restaurant
Corner King Jk Alakea Streets.
Meals served at all hours.
First class in every detaJ
AH CHUCK. 1
I Wear One of Our I
I Crash or White Pique
1 SkirtS this hot weather 1
We have received a select varietv of the verv
LATEST DESIGNS, each GARMENT correctly cut
and equal to any order GARMENT.
We have also placed on special sale a nice lot of
French Printed Lawns,
These were imported to sell at
Our price for to-day is
The Patterns Are New,
The Colors Absolutely Fast.
The demand for. narrow laces and insertions
continues, we have positively the largest assortment
-of laces over ottered in Honolulu, and the
prices are away down.
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Ex Bark Planter, S. G. Wilder
and S. S. Australia.
Ms Co, M
OFTUE LATEST AND MOST:
colors and sizes.)
selected by Mr. Schuman
STANDARD MAKES, of the
now ON DISPLAY at ,
A "LARGE SHIPMENT
ELEGANT LINE OF .
Low Wheel Road
Bike Buggies, Traps,
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
Sun Shades, Lap
Surrey and Buggy
Skin Mats, (different
Stylish Single and
Light and Heavy
(For All Purposes.)
The goods were personally
from the factories in the East.
These GOODS are of very
LATEST DESIGNS and are
Between Fort and Alaks Streets,
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