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& ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
MAGOON BUILDING, Corner
nnd Alnkea Street.
Coylon ami Maraieabo
"HAND DIPPED' FRENCH
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FBEXCH BOSS. Etc.
Onr goods are made ERESH even-day
and cost about HALF
the price of Stnle Imported
New England Bakery
J. OSWALD LUTTEO, Manager.
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" Name on Every Piece.
Lewis & Co,
Grocers, Sole Agents.
in Fort St. TeL, 240.
OAHU RAILWAY AND UNO 80.
From and After January 1, 1300.
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HIE COUNCIL 8F STATE
DID HOLD A SESSION.
SECRETARY RYAN OF LAND
DECISION ON LEASES.
Report of the Hawaiian Exhibit at
Paris Licenses Granted at
Waimea a Protest
There was a meeting of the council
of state yesterday morning in the governors
A letter was read from Assistant Secretary
Ryan of tke land department,in
regard to the right of purchase of land.
The secretary held that although the
Territorial Act limits the lease to five
years, these leases do not come under
that head, as they are simple
A letter was read from W. G. Irwin,
giving a satisfactory account of the
Hawaiian exhibit at the Paris Exposition.
Action on the Leslie land matter was
deferred until some time in the future.
A letter from A. B. Hewitt, of
Kauai, was read, applying for a
light wine and beer license. The application
H. I. Harrison of Lahaina, applied
for a saloon license. On a nrotst
being read from the citizens of Lahainp,
me application was aenied.
It was moved that the attorney general
be instructed to ascertain for the
council whether or not the legislature
has the right to meet to fix a new rate
of taxation, as the present amount of
money is not sufficient to carry the
SOvrijminenf until January.
An application was received from
Victor Hoffman, manager of the brewery,
to run a pipe from the brewery to
Ktuvalo ditch. As there was nothing
but clear water from the drains rul
ing through the pipe, the application
Those Plague Bills.
Auditor Austin states, that owing to
the forced revision of the-plague bills
no bills will be paid for quite a while.
j He hopes though that he will be able
; to pay all the bills up to April by the
Nud of September.
The change .in program at the
last night was 'ell received br
a fair sized audience. "The first parV
entitled Uncle Eofe's Christmas, beine
well presented, In which Hen Wise did
justice as Uncle Bufe. Jerry Mills
ang a new song; which took the house.
me xrocaaero irlo, Jerry mjjUe, Cues.
F. Alexander and Vincent Bradely in a
sketch "la Trouble," was well presented
&tid riverf, the show closing with a
akotuu entit)"d, "-Sweet 34ollie O." "
Jose Fernandez, an applicant for citizenship,
was refused naturalization by
United States District Judge Estee
or tofcite the EosdMi Jaaibace.
FIGJTIiiG FUR THEIR
LIVES IN CHINA.
Continued From First Page.
a missicnaiy, describing Tientsin, when
it was besieged:
"Soon our command became a perfect
hotbed. Our Chinese neighbors,
whose houses surround cur wall, people
who had long known us and to
whom we had often shown kindness
and given aid, hid their
houses and prepared their roof3. probably
weeks before, and hai armed
themselves that they might take p2rt
in the massacre of foreigners when the
trmo came another fact that show?
how long and carefully this had been
planned. During Monday forenoon we
were assailed by a'shower of bullets
whenever we put sur heads outside,
and there was a constant spatter of
lead against the houses, as
well as through the windows. The
marines tried In vain to locate our hidden
foes, but, being uonbts to do 0,
they decided that thy must vacate the
premises and join the line defence
further down, and we vrere forced to
follow their example. 3 a back ale
we reached the French concession, and
although our neighbor enemies kep up
a steady fire and the bullets came uncomfortably
close, they proved bad
marksmen and none of us receled a
THE PLAGUE BILLS.
They Are Now Under Consideration
by Auditor Austin.
Secretary.-Wilcox has approved and
sent to the territorial auditor bills to
the extent of f 18,000. There are about
$6,000 more bills under consideration
before the board, but they have not
been signed as yet, and their fate is
problemental. It will most likely take
the auditor a month to pass upon the
bills that have been submitted to him
SOME NOTES FROM HILO.
Punishment or the Japanese The
Mission of Mr. Cmzattr'
The Herald, of Hilo, says:
"I hadn't figured It out," answeieJ
the Early Riser, "but from what I read
in the papers it would seem that Honolulu
is getting more than if it had local
government, and Hilo is getting lesa.
You remember the howl that went up
from Hilo when the council of state
appropriated only a few thousand dollars
for Hilo improvements, and as a
.result of that howl the sum
was increased to I24S.00O. There were
some people here in Hilo who winked
the other, eye when the larger sua was
granted, and well they night, for the
ministry wt oat of existence after
authorisation was granted for
before Hilo got a bean. Now W9
will have to'walt until after the next
"It-Ira peculiar atate of affair." remarked
a seatleaan from the mainland,
"asd I do not see how you stand
it L spent a month at the capital and
I have-keen here two weeks. It looks
ttM tfcOBtfi JUS Jf goto to Ve
Chinese Returning Homo.
Sixty homesick Chinese applied to
Commissioner VTray Tayler for permission
to return to the flowery kingdom
yesterday, ilr. Taylor looked wise and
eyed them with suspicion. After finding
that all were good Bow Wongs he
gave them the desired permission.
They will leave on the Gaelic,
A LAME SHOULDER,
A lame shoulder is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles, and may
be cured by a few applications cf
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. For sale by
all dealers and druggists. Benson,
Smith & Co., general agents Hawaiian
Astor House Restaurant
Corner King & Alabca Streets.
Meals served at all hours.
First class in every detail
H . 1 1 1 tit !
On Draught or in Bottles
t ! 4 V1H HHH
Ohia Wood For Sale.
In any quantity. Apply to
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
10 West King Street.
July 30 1C00.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
ana eau uasungs.
And Machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ships blacksmithintr. Job
work exr 'ntri on the shortest notice
THE Pioneer Office
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO
the only daily Japauee Paper Published
in the Territory of
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor.
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Boiler3, Sngar 3Iills. Coolers, Brass "
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Continued Astounding ... , L. B. & CO cl
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At Our New Shoe Store,
Eormerly Fairchild's Store,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
The immense advantage under which we
purchased The Three Entire Stocks of
Shoes, viz: Fairchild's, A. E. Murphy & Co.'s
and that of The American DrygoodS Co. enables
us to give our customers an immense
variety of First Glass Standard Shoes at
'hat Price ? Half Price !
You will find in these stocks almost any style of Shoe you
require. An opportunity to purchase first class Footwear, at such
rediculous prices has never been before offered in Honolulu :
Make your purchase belore all gone.
At our Queen Street Store we are as busy asever.
And rightly so because our large stock was nev
more complete in all Departments.
We recently purchased a manufacturers stock of
Boy's, Youth and Men's Clothing.
We would like just to mention one special line of
Boy's Washing Sailor Suits
in Crash. Stained Galatea, etc., beautifull?
trimmed Collars and Cuffs, with Lanyard an
Whistle attached, sizes 3 to 13.
Just fancy, we are offering these at ;; . f
75c A SUIT.
Mothers must highly appreciate our efforts, to sa
their time and-money.
Want gentlemen to know our store is headquarter
for furnishing goods. We intend to boom tin?
department, and know of no better way thai
offering the finest goods at lowest possible
We carry the choicest and largest stock of shirts u
the city. I
We have just unpacked some of the most up to datd
novelties direct from New York.
Gentlemen before purchasing step down to our Q,uee J
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