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Surreys, Runabouts, Traps,
Seaters and Wagonettes.
full Line of Single and Double
Ropes, Rugs, Etc ,
up to DATE. We have also,
Dump Carts,. Goose
Wagons, Etc., Etc.
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- AustralainJ - teaniship Line,
Marine Insurance Co..
Railway Co. .
o Packets from Liverpool.
Tobacco Go., Ltd.,
from NEW YORK the world
purchased for 5h JJexts Only.
SXE BETTER ,
V have at all times a
us in Black and Russet.
In Lamps, Whips,
Our Line is Complete and
Farm and Plantation Wagons, Neck-Drays,
Express and Delivery
Theo. H. Davies
British & Foreign
Northern zssuranco Co. (Fire
CORKER FORT AND
Has received per Australia
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(THE HO!f0flGiE KEPUBIJCAS, WMgfEftUAY. ATTGrT S3 . L . - y- f WV-
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Phaetons, Bike -Buggies,
Brakes, Pneumatics, Three
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TO REPUBLICAN VOTERS
OF THE GTH PRECINCT,
Notice Is hereby given
that a meeting of the Republican
Toters or the. 10th
Precinct, 5th District, -will
be held at Kauluwela school
house at 7:30 p. m. on MONDAY,
August 27, 1900, for
the purpose of organization
and for such other business
as mar come before the
"W. H. CRAWFORD,
Secretary pro tern.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1900.
The Most Serious
Question of the Day
Decided at Last.
The charms of new Honolulu Belle
Which aroused many from their slumber;
Has come to stay and continue the
Excellent work for the greatest number.
Men who haven't tried or couldjiottell,
Can be reassured by any first-class,
CiRar dealer with a Honolulu Belle.
J. J. PLONSKT
Sole Distributor. Territory of Hawaii.
TO DELIVER ICE
THE 0AI1D ICE
k ELECTRIC CO.
Have everything in readiness
and are prepared to
serve their customers with
ICE manufactured from pure
condensed water from
Yodr Orders Solicited.
HOFFMAN A HAB-HA-
Telephone 3151, Blue.
P. O. Box 600
HAWAIIAN NEWS C().
, lUTKt. .
" THE UT ARRIfiL OF
1 Sill HIM.
Belief That H WiU Be
Made Court Deputy
ANNUAL REPORT Of BISHOP TRUST.
GXTARDIAST "W F-
Special Terms of Court at Hilo and
"Wailuku for the Purpose of
Frederick D. Smith arrived from
New York last week. He, it is gener
ally understood about the court house,
is slated for the vacant court deputy
clerkship, for which Abraham
son of J. . Kaulukou, is a candidate.
Mr. Smith was busying himself
about the courts yesterday. The
new arrival is a brother of Walter G.
Smith, editor of the Advertiser. In order
to secure the position the young
man must receive the endorsement cf
the three Supreme Court justices and
the two judges of the First Circuit
The annual account of W. F. Allen,
S. XI. Damon, W. O. Smith, A. W. "Carter
and J. O. Carter, trustees of the
Charles R. Bishop trust, has been filed.
Final balance of the closing entries:
The Charles R.
Bishop trust.. 1657,000 00
Bills receivable. $657,000.00
bonds... 7,000.00 20,333.04
Of the income, including trustees'
commissions of $1,515, office rent $150
and accountant $400, $14,844.60 was
given to educational and charitable institutions.
There were forty-five
ranging from $1,200 to $150.
The first voucher is care of
J. A. Thompson, master, has submitted
his report In the matter of the
guardianship of Walter Ross Opfergelt
and Lenora Opfergelt, minors. He
finds the sixth annual account of William
F. Allen, guardian of the minors,
to be correct Total receipts, $540;
total disbursements, $509.50.
Mr. Allen charged as commissions 5
per cent on the income received, Instead
of 10 per cent as fixed by law.
Mr. Allen's' attention was called to the
matter by the master. He stated th:i:
he waived the statutory charge of 10
per cent and desired only to charge
o per cent, tnis ror tne benefit or the
In the case of Kaupena Kaimana vs.
Kaumanu, the parties have consented
that it shall be continued for the term.
Judge Little returned to Hilo with
an order for holding a special term of
court In the Fourth Circuit in Hila.
The order was issued by Supreme
Court Justice Clinton A. Galbraith.
The special term will be held for the
naturalization of aliens.
Attorney George Hons says that
Judge Kalua of Maui will be similarly
instructed. He states that there are a
great many foreigners on Maui who
want to become American citizens. The
special term will be held at Wailuku.
Supreme Court Justice Clinton A.
Galbraith has issued an order to Judge
Gilbert F. Little of the Fourth Circuit
to preside at the trial of such causes
as may be pending before Judge Hardy
of the Fifth Circuit at chain oers and
also to preside at tne coming September
term of Judge Hardy's court on
the first Monday in September next in
the district cf Llhue, Island of Kauai.
The order is made owing to the sickness
of Judge Hardy, which Justice
Galbraith says will prevent him from
Before Judge Humphreys yesterday
morning Kane was arraigned for highway
George D. Gear, attorney, moved to
quash the indictment Mr. Gear made
an able argument, but the court over-
ruled, his motion. Mr. Gear then 3et
up a plea in abatement in that t
name of the defendant did not appear
in the indictment This was also overruled.
Defendant then pleaded not
guilty to the charge.
The grand jury filed an indictment
against John Reilly for cohabiting
with a girl under 14 years of age.
John Antone entered a plea of sot
guilty to uttering a forged instrument
Attorney Bitting, for the defendant,
moved to quash the Indictment The
motion was overruled.
Emma A. Nawahf, widow of Joseph
Nawahi. has petitioned that T.
be appointed administrator of
J. Keola Faukealani has petitioned
that he be appointed administrator f
the estate of J. PaukealanI, who died
intestate. The estate is valued at
Judge Humphreys has rendered, a
judgment in the case of C. S. Deshy
vs. Thomas Lock, amounting In all. to
In the case of Kaulmnkaole Lasarua
vs. H. A. Jnea and Esther P. Juen
through their attorney. William
A. Henshaw. have demurred to
plaintiff's' bilL The action is to recover
a piece of real estate and several
thousand dollars in money which
plaintiff alleges was. obtained from her
through, fraud. Mrs. Jueri is plaintiff's
corrnor or tbpe (nBKSTJi.
42,000 Out of 5?,000 PopuUtiea
WASHINGTON, Auj. LrOnt of
population scktdaks, Veretls
the entire popHlatkauot th Halted
re4 to tie eeuos ar tertt
mrators, u4 vv-1
9cfe to te la W AngSt W. Of
stoat fealf illk seC comprising
teutiik of mtB fcetara
of the country, 37S.W8 already ftr .r,
and 4,073i65 from schedule; the trail;
of the agricultural statistics are oa
file. ' " ' t '
The cams of HoaoUbi. Hawaii, Iwa
been completed and a subataBtial
xn. Te work of :aH bat fosr f U
OF P:RSOr INTEREST
H. P. Baldwin left for Maal last evening.
Kne millinery at .reduced prices at
Mrs. Hanna "a.
Cleveland ball spokes win the praise
of all. They are all right.
John Wise has gone to Hawaii to
greet his Democratic friends.
W. J. Lowrie and J. . Cooke were
booked to leave for ui yesterday.
This evening there will be a meeting
of P. HI Brooks Company U. R. K. P. at
PVthian Castle all.
United States District Attorney
Baird was able to be about yesterday.
He said that he felt rocky.
Geo. McLeod and iliss Emma
C. Potts were among tne passengers
for ETohala in the Kinan yesterday.
The Honolulu Belle's reputation is
being established very- rapidly; lacks
none of the best qualities every intelligent
man enjoys smoking.
The stockbooks of Ewa Plantation
Co. and Waimea Sugar 11 Co, t(L,
will be closed to transfers from
August 25th to Friday, ugust
Professor Afcer New-
Supply for Inoculation.
Prof. Koebele, the government entomologist,
is in trouble. In fact, the
'rofessor has been in trouble for quite
i time, and at present does not see his
.vay out of his dilemma. The truth of
the matter is, that the learned
is running shy f beetles. It has
been the custom of the government to
noculate all beetles obtainable and
-cutter them broadcast throughout the
aud. But now the beetles are getting
on to themselves, and are no longer
usceptible to the professor's wiles.
dence it is that Professor Koebele asks
-ill good citizens, possessed with beetles
ind a good hatred of the same, to
nindly send them to his office in the
Japitol building, so that his good work
may go on.
NEWSPAPER IN AT PEKIN&
Jeorge Morrison and G. C.
Add to Their Experiences.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 Two men
who are shut up with Sir Claude
in Pekin are well known In
Washington. One Is George Ernest
Morrison, the famous author, traveler
and correspondent of the London Tim
and the other is George Clark Mus-grave,
who was formerly a Washington
correspondent He began his
in an English artillery regiment,
but had o retire on account of wounds
received in an Ashantee campaign.
Later he made his headquarters In
Cuba, writing about the revolutionary
Jiovement At the outbreak of our war
vith Spain he was- arrested in Havana
s a spy and sent to Spain as a prisoner,
but escaped in time to take newspaper
charge of the Santiago campaign.
At the close of the war ho
.vent straight to Havana to square
with the man who caused his
arrest. The fellow had meantime gone
.o Matanzas, whitherMusgrave followed
Jim. The Cuban learned that he was
under pursuit, and armed himself and
jpencd fire on Musgrave before the
Musgrave went to a Boston hospital
-o get over the effects of his Cuban episode,
and as soon as relieved went to
Jngland and joined General Buller, with
he stayed till the close of that
general's South African campaign, lie
as a book In press entitled "With
to Pretoria." His Cuban experiences
have been told in another volume,
Cuba Under Three Flags." Before the
tejnsion in China became so great
started for that country to report
proceedings in the British legation
at Peking. His remarkable escapes
under fire hitherto lead his
friends to believe that he will be found
among the survivors with Macdonald.
DRUGS . . .
Change has not affected
the price of our Perfumes.
Portunately for ns and for
our patrons wo laid in a
lirge stock just prior to the 1
"We watch the market
very closely and bu right, I
hut never saorifioe qualitj
"We cany the largest
stock V and assortment of
taricu Perfiies. $
"We wish to impress yba
that these goods are all
from' wall kaowaTWr,
wkoaa Cok are wallaai
faworatjl; knows, aa.jbftr
Hobron Drug Co ,
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Correctly Tailored, Finish, Style
Price to Your Taste & & &-
519 FORT STEEET.
King Street Stables.
The Largest and Finest Stock of Livery
in the Hawaiian Islands and the Most Popular
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a man to dress in taste and style without
undecided as to what you w;tnt for warm
At Prices to Suit.
pays for his clothes that makes him w ell
monej. At the Kash you always get the
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Distributors of High
The prevailing fashion permits
sacrificing his comfort. If you are
weather wear, come in and consult our
It's not how much money a man
dressed, but it's what he gets for his
most of the best for the least.
Two Stores, Two Stocks,
P. O. BOX 55S. 9 and 11 Hotel
Bedroom Sets at Bargain Day prices.
Baby CarriaKea the same.
Full line of Wicker Fnrniture at, prices never before quoted here.
Undertaker and ubaher and prompt response to all calls.
RISDON IRON WORKS,
Engineers and Builders of
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