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ROE ERT GRIEVE
Publishing Co. Ltd. fe
lip to Date Binding,
First Glass Job Work
Having succeeded to the old
established business of the
late Bobert Grieve, it will be
our aim to uphold the -reputation
to long- held by hiai tar
flrat claw work in every
department of the priatimg
office, while our increased facilities
enable us to All orders
at much shorter notice Hum
i Handsome Goods Tor
" UKil Dressed To Iks.
JTaiJor jvlade Skirts
p Dress and Walking
I fl. PUTSCH fir CO. I
PARIS MODEL HATS
Not very many all told, but
quite an artistocratic collection,
each one of which will
add distinguished beauty to
the toilettu of which it becomes
a part. All are from
FAMOUS MODISTES the
SHAPES, the MATERIALS,
the STYLES are of the
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 wortli
while to investigate.
Iiss JI. Hilleai?,
To Tliose in Qliest
of ft RUG...
: fb Intending Purchasers
of Rugs we uld state that justbefore
the change in tariff we received a large
and varied assortment of
By purchasing these Rugs before
the change, a saving of about fifty (50)
per cent, was effected, which our customers
are to profit by, as we do not intend,
at present, to increase the price
but will sell them, while theylast, at the
old figure . .
Under these conditions, a buyer-here
can now purchase these Rugs
for much less than they are sold for on
the mainland. . .
We have made a display of these
Very Handsome Rugs in our large,
central show window, where their beau-
- tifuhdesigg' and harmonious coloring is
sure. to attract attention. ..
Read The Honolulu Republican.
teM ' MHI111M
si pmrr mw
He and Chas. B. Wilson
Call On Many Na-
HZ TZLI.3 ASOITT GETTING
PEOPLE STARTED BIGHT 12f
Harold M. Sewall, in an Interview
in an Evening Paper Yesterday,
Warmly Supports Col.
Samuel Parker is a candidate for the
Republican nomination of delegate to
Itsterday Mr. Parker, accompanied
by C. B. YTiLson, late alternate delegate
to the .rniiaaeiphia convention,
caiied on a numoer of native leaaers
in 3ir. Parkers' behalf.
Mr. Y uson, when seen by a Republican
reporter, said: "It is all in s-U
ting our people started right Ine
ivepubncan party Is the party tnat they
should affiliate with. The Republican
party is tne party of the people. .During
the last forty years the Republican
i-any has been in power thirty-two
years. It will re-elect McKiniey at ihe
joining election. We want to go with
the party that's in power.
"Mr. Parker is the man for Congress.
He will sweep the Territory. He is
well known, popular and commands
the respect of all."
Harold M. Sewall is also out for
Parker. In an evening paper, in speaking
about Parker, Mr. Sewall said:
"From the national standpoint the
election of a delegate has particular
importance, as the result-will be ac
cepted in many quarters as nart oi
the verdict returned opon fhe liberal
policy of the president and his party;
The local consideration is the necessity
of having a delegate In Washington
who has a wide acquaintance with public
men, commands their respect and
can obtain from Congress recognition
for the Territory in forwarding work
that comes under Federal authority.
It seems to me that Parker is the man
who can accomplish the results. As
between Parker and myself you may
say that I am for Parker first, last and
J. O. Carter is flirting for the Demo-
Icratic nomination, while the eloquent
and encyclopedical E. B. McClanahan
is not averse, so it is understood, lo
taking the nomination.
IN THE DISTRICT OF XATJ.
Downpour of Sain Which Did Much
Good Personal Notes.
PUNAirrjTJ, KAU, Aug. 19. The residents
of this district are not pleased
with the board of education; for transferring
Miss Taylor to Honolulu. A
large petition is being circulated, asking
fhe board to return her here".
Mr. Julian Monsarret has been asked
to run as representative from this district,
and he will accede to the wishes
of the people.
Dr. Holland has been approached to
run for senator, but has declined.
Mr. J. Treeste and Miss L. Donovan
were married Tuesday, August 7th, at
Hobuapo by Father Bault.'
Mrs. Kyle and daughter of Oakland
are visiting Kau.
Kau has at last had a good downpour
of rain; during Thursday and Friday
nights the fall was over five inches;
have had very little rain here since
May, 1899. Lhe cane and cattle have
suffered very much, hundreds of. cattle
having died for want of food and water.
This rain will bring out a new mantle
Mr. O'Shauebanessy is in the district.
accompanied by Mr. Pope, looking into J
me water question, ue win oe nere
Mr. Mills and daughters leave on the
next Manna Loa for San Francisco,
where Miss Irene will be installed in
Mr. and Mrs. Walton and Monroe
leave on the Manna Loa for a
vacation of three months. They
will go Enst-
Mr. Belowitz is visiting the district
on official business.
Seven lepers ere sent overland last
Monday to Hookena to take the
Honuapo and i'ahala mills are still
grinding and turning out lots of sugar.
Mauna Loa will take a full load of
sugar from both places.
The la grippe has almost disappeared
from the district.
TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF
THE 9TH PRECINCT, 5TH
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of the Republican voters of the 9th
precinct of the Fifth district will bo
held at Kauluwela school at 7 p. m.
on Tuesday, August 21. 1900, for the
purpose of organlration and for such
other business as may come before the
meeting. J. T. DE BOLT, ""
August 20, 1900.
For Sale by
STEWS OF THE TOWN
1. at au ham
It is stated that the sauar crop at
r.a this year vail tens,
the largest yield ever knot a on a plantation
Li these islands.
E. C. and B. E. MicCarlane left in
the Kican for a trip to tie Macfariane
ranch in Waimea. Thay tiiII be back
on the same trip of the steamer.
"Ti" Healani cresrs will ,jo to Perrl
City to train on s.tird& . Ihcy ill
until tits races. ie crewd arc
beginning to pjtintoprett. ood shape.
Invitations have been :- jed by Mrs.
Cornelia B. Damon fcf a at
ner residence AoLm, ou ' 1 mday evening
next, to meet Mr. . Mrs.W.H
A benefit cone?n -fill e given in
Kaumakij ili hip 1 oi suaaday evening
in aid of tha e'uirSi Tof. Berger
wii. a slat. the pe .virmerswiil
oe truet &uu ana his in. idoiiu club,
as well as several ladiea ironi
Governor Dole, while on his recent
vacation, turned the time lu account by
collecting seeds for the Oahu foresu.
These seeds are to be used in the planting
of forests at tne head of Nunauu
valley. Tney are moatly of koa and
The sad news has been received by
Henry P. Xeaueamahi, under date ot
I'okohama, August lOtn, or tne deatn
of his fatner, Jttev. 1). ive..ueamahi, at
that place July 3Uth. Be v. Mr.
was a native of the Islands,
and left here about ten years ago.
d& at one time occupied th pulpit or
jcvaumakapili churun in Hi uoiulu, and
at otner tunes was eugaet in cliurch
ork on the Islands of .ia.i und
He leaves a wife and two sou
uere, as well as a host oi friends, to
mourn their loss.
1 he Medical Society Iileetin.
The regular annual mee'ing of the
Medical Association of Ha vtui nill be
ueld on the eveniug of Saturday, August
25th,.ut 8 p. m., at the oihce of tne
ooard of healtn. 'Ihe priucipal
will be the election of otikers.
All members are earnestly requested
to be present.
Good Hedicine for Children
If you have a baby In the house you
will wish to know the best way to
check any unusual looseness of the
bowels, or diarrhoea so common to
small children. O. P. M. i'olliday, ot
Oeming, Ind., who has an -1-months"-old
child, says: "Through he months
of June and July our babj was teething
and took a running oil 1 1 the bowels
and sickne&s of the stomach. His
Dowels would move from twe to eight
times a day. I had a bottlu of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera auu Diarrhoea
Remedy in the house und gave him
four drops, in a teaspoonfu! of water,
and he got better at once." For sale oy
all dealers and druggists. Benson,
Smith & Co.. general agents. Hawaiian
to the ladies...
Few women care for the.
hair as they should. When
the hair begins to come out
they are alarmed. It
be much better if they ive it
more attention when it is in a
healthy condition. The tirst
requisite in the care of the
hair is a GOOD TOXIC. Just
the kind we keep. Our Hair
Tonic will kill dandrutt. Stop
the hair from falling out. Cure
itchness of the scalp. Make
the hair soft and glo3s r. It
keeps the hair aud sea p in a
Try a bottle and g" ?e it a
Misses De Mm,
Hair Dressing aid
HOTEL STREET NEXT T i.. a A.
(Jco. i lartiH
3 3 TEL CTBEET.
i What is ihe latest Novelty? f
-. C0aU fllehols Co, iiid.
Jf. S. Saclis Drv Goods Co., Ltcl;
Wear One of Our
Crash or White Pique
vKirtS this hot weather
and keep ccoL
We have received a select varietv of the very
LATEST DESIUNS, each GARMENT correctly cut
and equal to any made to order GARMENT.
We have also placed on special sale a nice lot of
French Printed Lawns,
These were imported to sell at
20c PBR YARD
Our price for to-day is only
i ? J !! i J .1
The Patterns Are New,
The Colors Absolutely Fast
The demand for narrow laces and insertions
continues, we have positively the largest assortment
of laces ever offered in Honolulu, and tha
prices are away down.
I. S. Saclis Dry fioois Co., Ltd.
Ex Bark Planter, S. G. Wilder
and S, S, Australia.
A LARGE SHIPMEN U OF THE LATEST AND-MOST
ELEGANT LINE OF
Surreys, Phaetons, Runabouts, ;
Low Wheel Road Wagons,
Bike Buggies, Traps, Etc., Etc.
"ALSO A FINE LINE OF
Carriage Lamps, Dash Lamps,
Sun Shades, Lap Robes, Hack,
Surrev and Buggy Carpets, Sheep
Skin Mats, (different colors and sizes.)
Stylish Single and Double Harness
(With Bubber Trimmings.)
Light and Heavy Harness
(For All Purposes.) .
The goods were personally selected by Jfr. Schuman
from the factories in the East. -
These GOODS are of STANDARD IAKES, of the very
LATEST DESIGNS ancTare now ON DISPLAY al"
BdtwO&a Fcrfc wad AJaJsca Streets.
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