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THE HOjSQEULU REPUBLICAN, TCESDAY. AUGtHT; i9fX:
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? ,- OF PEESOITAIi Ilf TEEEST
- WMim&W&9&Kluegel NEW SKIRTS
. Clevefaba Burrcll detachable tires f
ava '. are superior to all others.
Good and Miss Nellie Nclntyre, The American Messenger Service
; JpMji I phone- to Xain JSOl.j
sotacv t1 iTI The tjhina. Is. billed to sail at : 3y this Made of
ofe afternoon. Mail closes at 4:39 pi o
Bailey's Bfonolola are
offering the Steams totuist bicycle for
: I ' Rirttar:
Wo have at
Ilarness in Black
ters ana v,agc
lp M 1 1 U
JUST KlsCisiYbD ANOTHER LOT OF I. X. L.
TessIbs at 10 Cents, Imported Hn Stcsigss at 25 Cents,
Fresh C racks rs, Candies, Etc.. Etc.
SALTER &, WAITY
BastoP)eitBJfeXtKa .fe.HKt fe N; 54 js: pa sa jbj pa jfc
The Porter Futetiire Co.
BETHEL AND HOTEL STEEETS
JMIOUTEUS AND DEALERS
Furniture and Upholstery
Divans China Closets
Direct from Eastern Factories
i 1 "
Showing jj8 '-' Different Styles!
Phaetons, Bike Buggies,
Surreys, Runabouts, -Traps,
Brakes.' Pneumatics, 'Hireo Scalers Wagonettes,?
the Honolulu Tobacco Go,, Ltd.,
CORKER FORT AMD MEKCHAXT STREETS,
all times a fulftliine ox'SingfdnafDbulDle
; -I' :ilhii.
In Lamps, Whips; Kopes, Rugs, Etc ,
Our Line is Comploto -anti- up 1o DATE. We" h"a?ox also,
Farm and. PJantRtioji Wagons, Dump Carts, Goose Neck
Drays, Express and Delivery Wagons, Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. LTD.
- BEBETANIA STBBET. - - Next tolthe Fire Station.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
.British jForeign' Marine Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co. (Eire and -Life).- ---'
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line of Packets from "Liverpool.
xtti : :
NEW YORK the world
renowned brand of Cfgitr!
This elegant 0IGAR can bo purciadioff
,ar7 '' KOSE BETTER
I Read The HonolTJtcepuDUcan,
$ , t,n "
m H -P' " BB vtSsfT " ,. i .K
George B. Kluegel yejierdaf became
the husband of the accomplished and
popular young lady. Miss Nellie
The wedding took place at the
dence of Mr. Robert Lewers, en Ke- program.
walo street, the bride beinjr a friend
and Intimate of the Lewers family.
There was a prodigality of flowers and
the wedding took place under a bo.ver
of them. The ceremony itself was simple:
Mr. "Robert Lewers gave away the
bride. Miss Harriet Lewers was the
bridesmaid and Mr. Arthur Wall was
the best man.
Rev. John P. Erdman performed the
ceremony. He stood in the bay window
at the- north side of the parlor.
Over his head were festoons of maile,
making the window appear very picturesque.
It was' tiere that he received
the contracting parties. On his left
golden shower, palms and maiden hair
were banked up and arranged very
tastily. Maiden hair and carnations
were also piled.on the piano, producing
a very'striking "effect
Those present at the ceremony were
Mrs. P. G. Taylor, Mrs. Alice Brown,
Misses Lulu and Jane Winne, Miss
Harriet Lewers, Mr. Robert Lewers,
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Wjrine and Messrs.
Harry Penhallow, Arthur Wall, John
P. Erdman, 'Ed Taylor and Henry
Taylor. :. .- .
The bride's costume was a very sim
ple and tastv affair of white chiffon
over white satin. The yoke and
sleeves were tucked. A flssue of
white chiffon was worn draped from
the shoulders and added a very pretty
effect to the gown. The whole dress
was trimmed in passementrie, the skirt
being ruffled In a very artistic manner.
The bridesmaid was in low neck, the
gown beingmadej of- jWhite -organdy
TO DELIVER ICE
C O n ,
Have everything in readiness
and ---are prepared to
serve their customers with
ICE manufactured from pure
condensed. water. irom
HOFFMAN & MAMHAM
Telephone, 3151, Blue
P. O. Box
$ ! 1. 1 ,i .. .. i i i .;. ! ! I-. ,i , .
L.i .( . I TB..
pi d .tH j
over blue silk. There 'wras a lace bole-Iero
over pink satin, adding a very
tasty effect to the dress.
In the Interim, while the guests were
waiting, after the ceremony, the Ha
waiian sextette rendered -an excellent
Miss Harriet Lewers and Mrs. George
Paris received the guests. The following
were the friends who congratulated
the young couple: Mr. G. H.
Kluegal, Mrs. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs.
Winrie, the Misses WTnne, Master Win-
ne, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Ed Tay-i
lor, Mr. and Mrs. Ix A. Thurston, Mr,
j and Mrs. B. F. Dillingham, Mr. Arthur
Wall. Mr. Walter Wall, Dr. Alfred
I Wall. Miss Alice Wall, Mr. Fred C.
' Smith, Mrs. Angus, Misses Angus, Mr.
; George Angus, Fred Angus, Charles
j Wright, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Paris, Mr.
and Mrs. C. HI Paris, 3IIss Paris, Mr.
; and Mrs. H. S. Ewing, Mr. and MrsJ
j John Waterhouse. Miss Grimwood, .Mr.
I and Mrs. W. M. Gifford, Mr. and Mrs.
Myers, Dr. and Mrs. G. Herbert, Dr.
and Mrs. C. B. Wood, Dr. and Mrs. F.
R. Day, Dr. and Mrs. A. Sinclair, Dr.
and Mrs. C. B. Cooper, Miss Vestal,
Miss Johnson, Miss Carroll, Mr. and
Mrs. WT. E. Brown, Mrs. James Morgan,
Miss Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. Jak
Lucas, Mrs. Alice Brown, Mr. and Mrs.
F. Lowrey, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Damon,
Miss Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Graham, Mr. C. Bellina, Mr. Geo.
Mariner, Mr. Belser, Percy Pond, Mr.
H. Penhallow, Dr. Murray Mr. Waltar
Dillingham, Mr. James Judd, Mr. and
Mrs. Wichman, Mr. Perkins, Prof. Will
Bfigham, Mr..Guy.Dennison, Miss Reynolds.
Miss Nellie Mclntyre, the bride, is a
well known, trained nurse and is an accomplished
young woman. The groom is
a son of Charles F. Kleuger, a civil engineer
on the Olaa railroad, and a
young business man of this city.
THE DOVE OF PEACE
ON FEDERAL RELATIONS.
Superintendent of Public Works
McCandless Will Prepare a Comfortable
Home for Judges.
In his absence Superintendent of
Public Works ilcCandless had a
change of heart. He has had a conference
with Judge Estee and will do the
work that the judge wauts in the main
courtroom, save supplying the matting
Judge Estee is delighted with this
change, and yesterday was in a rather
happy frame of mind. "I have just
had a consultation, with Mr.
and am glad to say that he has determined
that he can make the repairs
to the courtroom that are in the main
desired. That is, be will put in doors
and railings and all that,and I hope to
hold court in there this week."
Meantime, JudgeEstee is unpacking
his library, and under the personal direction
of Miss Ryan, his private
who is herself a most capable
lawyer, the books are being arranged
on the recently improvised shelving.
The judge's library is a large one, including
most of tlje reports of the
states and all of those of the federal
courts and will be found valuable to
local practitioners. The judge hopes
to b3 comfortably located in his new
otfics by the end of the week.
The rooms for, United States Marshal
Kay are being put in shape, being now
in the hands of the painters, and will
be ready in a fow days for occupancy.
District Attorney Baird's rooms are
in statu quo, Mr. Baird being ill.
The Hilo Tribune has the following
correspondence, which seems to be
Mr. Editor: Sir Please aliow me to
make the following correction to your
statement- of the;
The facts of the case are these: The
Japs have been very surly and wanted
impossibilities grauted them. The
manager of the plantation (L. S. C),
C, McLenan. gave them the ultimatum
of either going to work or to leave the
cum and plantation premises arid to
to away. They had agreed io co to
work on tha Monday .when the trouble
( occurreo. Jir. onore, me neaa
ser, went up to the camp to see if
me-y uau ijuue iu wunv, uliu wuen ne
got there they refused to work and immediately
after assaulted him with
hoes, clubs and cane knives, inflicting
som very nasty wounds upon his body
and he then escaping got ont of the
house and notified the managerof what J
had happened. The manager then j
phoned to me and I went up to the
scene and swore in a posse, surrounded
tne premises and took some twenty
odd men into custody and brought
them to Laupahoehoe jail. On the following
day I arrested nine more men
" therassanlt; upon, Tr.
1 guarsaieeo. . ,
IE?01113011 bicycles 35 and $10.
HIzh prade'in every respecfTIVlEc
Cycle Co, sole ageats. ....
The true criterion, is Th.o.
f best quality islaPommery'champasne.
' W. C. Peacock Jb Co, sole "stents.
H.- F. Watty, of the Sna of "Salter -&
j Waity, grocers, Orpheum block, baa
been on the sick list for over a week.
"ancyS.I.auis has petitioned that
i J. I ivaulukou be appointed guardian
! of her minor child, John iot Kalaui.
1 iL P. Scott, clerk of the third circuit
court, nas nied his bond for $1,000,
.Lather S. Aungst qualifying as surety.
W. A. Kinney, H. A. Bigelow and E.
P. Dole were, admitted to practice in
the United States district court yesterday.
United States District Attorney
-Baird is still confined to his bed. He
is suffering from a complication of
For a boiled dinner try a joint of our
corned beef. H. ilay . Co, 2 stores.
Bethel street and corner of Port, and
On W cdnesaar we Lnea uiem m
court with the following result: g
Twenty-four convictions out W thirty-
arresti as. follows: The ringleader
wero sentenced to eighteen months, 3r
hard labor, of whom there were two.
foneibrtrae year, one for nine months
five $30 each, one fi and the rest $10 3
a-. ieacb. .
Oa the following Eriday a general g
strike oa the-plantation took place;
which f ortunatelr ended without, any
Isenous "consequences, as the strikers '
wero told to either leave tne plantation
premises Or go. to work- They all went
to wars, tnereoy eaaiug iae
. - - Am pleased to sajr that at present
thera are no appearance of any
.. ,,-.;, satisfaction, and everythine has again.
auicteddown to the general routine.
"---- - -Hoping you will find space in your
papr for tne aoove, x leznam yours respectfully,
v 5 r s&,E.SrADiB
?A Deputy aenff XortU flHn.
August 13, IWOr
HOSOLCLU, Monday, Atif. 20, 1900.
Ewa Plantation 27 27i
Hawaiian Com'l & SucarCo ST
Hawaiian Susar Company 217 S
Uouomu Sugar Company 1C5 10
Honotaa Susar Company 31
Haiku Sugar Company .- 275
Kabutu Plantation Company 21 25
Klhel Plantation Co.. Ltd.. Asse9 134 11
Kipahulu Sugar-Company 110
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd,, Assess 4S'
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd., Pd up 13 13V
OahuSugarCo 152 J 155
Ookala Sugar Co., 17J 16;
Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd., Assess 3ii 3
Olaa sugar Co.. Ltd., Paid up 13.S
Pa!a Plantation Co
Pioneer Mill Company. 153
Watalua Agricultural Co., Assess. 9t
Walalua Agricultural Co., Pd up ... Ill
Walmea Mill Co
Wilder Steamship Compiny ..........
Inter-Island Steam XavlgaUon Co ....
Hawaiian Electric Co ;;.
Oabu Railway & Lai.d Co ,
People's Ice iJWrlg Co
Hawaiian Gov't. 6 per cent , 99K
Hawaiian Govt. 5 per cent :.. '
Ewa Plantation 6 percent 1
Kahuku Plantation G percent .....V.
Uanu Hallway .t Land Co, 6 p. c.
SALES aiOESISO SESSlOX.
5 Walalua Td. .,.,...., 11150
23 Olaa Pd 13 75
Change lias not affected
the price of our Perfumes.
Fortunately for us and for
-our patrons ire laid in a
largo stock just prior-to the
"We . watch the jnarket
very closely and buy right,
but never sacrifice quality
"We "carry the largest'
stocki and assortment of
"We wish to impress you
that these goods are all
from n well known makers,
'whose goods are as well and
favorably known as; their,
Mm Drug Co.,
Fort St. :
.'. :... 4 ID
" via i
5 Hawaiian Sugar ,,., 211 00
loOOlaa A ." 3 37
75 Olaa A 3 UTJj
15 Honokaa... s ...-.-31 00
15WaIaluaPd Ill 50
10 Ewa..'. . .-..' 27 00
50KthCl A." 13 50
750Iaa A 3 25
23 Kauuku 25. 00
SOOokala IS 00
10 Pioneer :...155 00
A "Paper for Young America.
Inspector General.of Schools Town-send
has received from an old friend
now located in New York, the advance
pages of a new monthly paper to be devoted
to the Youug America Citizenship
League, to be called Young America.
The first number will be issued
in October. The editor is Os3ian H.
Lang, who Ib an old friend of Mr.
DRUGS . . .
naiiK t SK I
3.-' .r -:.., t.V . r
reaware a MWimr
A tnoofini' nf tho Krxnhlirvjn I '' v m
of the Ninth precinct of the Fifth district
will be held at Kauluwela school
tonight at 7 o'clock. j
In the libel case of Christopher Col-;
lins and others against the bark Em- j
nir TTniJpd Stntes .Tndcre Estee rarn '
the attorneys until today to file briefs.
Every member of Excelsior Lodge
No. 1,1. 0. 0. F-, are earnestly requested
to be present at the regular meeting
this Tuesday evening. Work in the
initiatory degree. Members of Harmony
Lodge No. 3 and visiting brethren
are cordially invited to be present.
HONOLTJLXT STOCK EXCHANGE.
Price to Your Taste
XA X B A h -- --...--.-..- . -.
4 & &
WHITNEY & MARSH. Ltd.
519 FORT STREET.
King Street Stables.
The Largest and Finest Stock of Livery
in the Hawaiian Islands and the Most Popular
-:- -;- -:
OK THE SQUARE
dressed, but it's what he gets for bis money.
most or the best for the least
HopololoStoek Yards Go.
0iT THE SQUARE
Distributors of High Grade Wearables.
The-prevailing fashion permits a man to dress in taste and style without
sacrificing his comfort. If you are undecided as to what you want for warm,
weather wear, come in and consult our "Eefrigorator Line."
Stylish. Straws .
At Prices to Suit.
how much money a man pays for his clothes that makes him wisll
At the Kash you always get tne
Qity pvnjiture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS,
Nos. 534-536 Love Building: : : :
Two Stores, Two Stocks, Two Telephones 9G and C7G
P. O. BOX 55S. 9 and 11 Hotel St., and corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
Telephone ' 848,
Bedroom Sets at Bargain Day prices.
Baby Carriages the same.
Full line of Wicker Furniture at prices never before quoted' here.
Undertaker and Embalmer and prompt response io all calls.
RISDON IRON WORKS,
Engineers and Builders of
HIji'lity Fljwktil Paipiog Engines, au classes of Hjdralic Haskiisrjf.
Wltir WImIs for direct, connected generators for long distance
L mission, .
Mirinjiiii Patsit Water Tsss and pljja Tsbilar Boilsrs.
CiriiSS and liji Slid latsaatlS Eflflies. Builders for all machinery for
the complete installation of SaglT MiilS Ui 163 Zli B3fri3f3ti3g M32!lifl3.
OfKDE: towa 12 SpYeekeis' Blci. TeJOj&Kse 1W Hocolal'J.
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