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THE H050LULT? KEPBBIICAN, WEDKESDAT, SEPTEMBER 15, 1900.
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY
PROGRESS BLOCK : :- : :
We have just opened a large stock of
PILLOW COVERS, in Art Denim, Art Ticking,
Villa Cloth, Brown Linen Duck, Bulgarian Linens,
Java Canvas, Empire Moire Cloth, Brocade
All these Pillow Covers, are 24-inch, Tinted Designs
in the most endless variety of patterns.
Bulgarian and Brown Linen, Stamped Linen, Plain
Lunch Cloths, Tray Cloths, Scarfs, Photo Frames,
Center Doilies, Tabourette Covers.
We will carry
Shetland Floss, Shetland Wool, Saxony, German-town,
Zephyrs, Etc., Etc.
ARTISTIC EMBROIDERY SILK
Perfection Filo Silk, Royal Floss, Dresden Floss,
Wash Embroidery Twist, Rope Silk, Etching Silk,
Honiton Silk, India Roval Silk.
AT A BARGAIN.
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A few line lots (about 100x200) on
Mnnoa Heights, commanding an
view over Wnlklki and ocean
Price, J1J50 to ?2,000.
A beautiful corner lot (120x150). high
grounds, in bet portion of Kalllil
Cash, $600; balance on easy terms.
A large lot on good 6treet in Kalihl;
area, about 15,500 square feet; good
view. crms easy.
Lots (50x100) In various parts of
Just past Kamehameha Schools, on
easy monthly Installments.
Lots (50x100) in Ximauu tract, $25.00
down, , balance in installments -of
10.00 per mouth, r
'iXtj: . FOR LEASE.
A valuable business site on Mauna-kea,
near Hotel street.
One acre ground, between Llllha
street and Insane Asylum roaa; good
A large lot, vrlth 109 feet f rc.utage.pn
King street at Kapalama, Just past the
rice field. .
FOR SALE OK LEASE.
Good1 Quarries hi Nuuauu" Tract.
v Apply to
Jtoftl StUte Ageat, Xwdust Si
this season a complete stock of
Sole Agents: THE YON IIAMM YOUNG CO. LTD
B AILEY'S IKE ITS
A Premium Discount Sale
w i n n 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 m 1 1 1 1 1 en
To celebrate the 10th birthday of Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery, on and
after Saturday, September Sth, the first 1,000 purchasers of Bicycle
goods or repairs to the value of $1 and upward -will get 1,000 discounts
of the value of 10 cents to $50.00, consisting of Pumps, .Milwaukee
Puncture Proof Tires, Saddles, Handle-bars, Bells, Lamps, Enamels,
Cement, Inner Tubes, repair jobs of all kinds and STEARNS Br-
CYCLES. A full list of the 1,000 discounts to be seen in "the store.
Everybody gels a discount of not less than 10 per cent, and 250 or
more will get a bonanza, in -the shape of a pair of Tires, or Lamp, or,
even a STEARNS '
The Erst customer takes ticket No. 1, on the back of which is sped-
fled the discount, and so on to the end of the list of 1,000 No
tlon. No. changes. Everybody treated alike at '"
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ilev's jiinolili CjbIhj Co., Liiitei.
TheHonolulii Ttltcce Ce., Ltd.
CORKER FORT AHD MBRCHAKT STREETS,
las received per Australia from NEW YORK the world
renowned brand of Cigars.
Tliis clesttrit;eiGilt can te purchased Gexts Only.
For All Kinds of Work
(LAND AND MARINE
Dynamos and Machinery
P. 0. Box 441
rnn rirTM riptiiiit I
run nrii uioimui.
SUITES THAT ABX TO BIND THE
PASTT AS W2XI. AS THE
Composition of tee Cfitt
Pcarers of Committee Various
Coraraittees Precinct Clubs
Bules of Order.
The foUosIng are the ot the
Fifth district committee of the
can party o this Territory as they ere
finally amended on Saturday last. It
is published In consonance' -with, a general
demand, as many members of the
party, not only In the Fifth district,
but the Foutth as relL are desirous
of reading th rules that have caused
so much, commotion. The roles are as
The district committee of the republican
party of the Fifth, district hereby
adopt the following form of govT
ARTICLE I. Composition of District
The district committee shall consist
of delegates from the precinct
clubs on the basis of one delegate
for every twenty-live votes or fraction
of twenty-five above fourteen cast in
the precinct for the republican candidate
for senator receiving the highest
number of votes at the last precedtug
general election, the number of delegates
to be computed and published
by the district committee biennially in
the call for the election of delegates to
the district committee. Each district
committee shall serve until the election
of a new district committee, such election
to be held In :he month of August,
immediately preceding the general election
for senators, and the committed
shall meet for organization on the first
Thursday in September.
ARTICLE II. Powers of District Committee.
The district committee shall be
charged with the general care
and supervision of the affairs of the
party within Its district. It shall take
puch measures as it deem necessary
and expedient to secure the organization
and maintenance of precinct clubs
in every precinct, and secure the cooperation
of all republican voters with
the party. organization, and shall have
charge of all campaigns in the district.
It shall call primaries and decide all
disputes from the precinct organizations
and contests within said district
as to primary elections, and in case
any of the delegates of the district
committee for any precinct club shaH
not be elected by vote of the precinct
and a certificate thereof filed with the
secretary of the district committee, .or
in case of a tie vote, the district committee
shall elect the delegates to said
committee from said precinct, who
shall serve for 'the term or until another
election is ordered by the district
ARTICLE III. Officers.
The officers of the district committee
shall bo a president, vice
president, recording secretary, financial
secretary and treasurer. These
officers shall discharge the usual
duties of their respective offices. They
shall serve during the term of the district
committee and until their successors
ARTICLE IV Meetings.
The district committee shall meet
at such times as it may fix, and
upon the call of the president, executive
committee- or the written re-Quest
of. twelve members of the district
committee. Notice by postal cards to
be mailed to each member by the secretary
two days in advance of the meeting
shall be given of the time and place
of called meetings. One-third shall be
ARTICLE V. Committees.
Section 1. The officers of the
district committee shall be ex-officio
members of the executive committee.
The president of the district
committee shall nominate for confirmation
by the district committee five
members to serve as an executive committee,
and he may appoint without
confirmation five persons, not necessarily
members of the district committee,
to serve on committees hereinafter
named. Said committees shall choose
their own chairman, except the executive
committee, ot which the president
of the district committee shall be
The executive committee shall fill all
vacancies and carry Into effect the order
and resolutions of the district
committee; nave general supervision
of its finances and audit the treasurer's
annual report; recommend dates and
places for holding all conventions, and
dates for holding- primaries; provide
and have custody of the rooms and
headquarters ot the district committee;
report at each stated meeting upon all
matters previously referred to it for
consideration, and action, and recommend.
3uch measures as it may deem
expedient for the welfare of the party
in. the district, and shall have entire
charge and supervision ot the conduct
of the campaign. Each delegation shall
recommend to the chairman ot the executive
committee for appointment all
election officials to be appointed to
serve the republican party in the precinct
which they represent
Sec. 2. There may be appointed a
committee on finance.
Sec 3. There may be appointed a
committee on naturalization.
Sec. -L There may be appointed a
committee on registration.
Sec 5. There may be appointed a
committee on voting.
Sec ?. There mar be appointed a
committee on, literature.
Sec 7 Therewmay be appointed, a
committee on public meetings.
Sec S. There may be appointed a
committee-on campaign clubs.
Sec 9. There may be appointed a
committee on legislation.
Sec 10. There shall be appointed a
committee on district beUerments and
Sec U- These committees shall discharge
the duties Indicated by their respective
names and shall be subject to"
the supervision of the executive committee.
ARTICLE VL Precinct Club Rules.
Each precinct' dub shall make Its
owe rules; but no precinct club
shall make any Illegal .or inequitable
rule, or any rale requiring any
son to pay" a-, fee as a prerequisite to
.membership, or aay dues or to sign the
club roll prior to the cay :&sxA ior a
primary electios or a Electing for the
transaction of aay basiaass whatsoever.
ARTICLE of Order.
Sectic L At mtiags of dis
trict committee so seasber shall
speak lesser t&as ft Baiaates
at a time, aor more than tics 02 the
same sabject. except by a two-thirds
vote of the coaalttee.
orCer of bssisess at each
meeting shall be as
1. Ron call.
X Reports of cScers -and committees.
5. New business.
6. jIEseellaneocs' matters.
Sec 3. Cashing's Manual shall govern
in. the absenceof special rales.
ARTICLE VIIL Amendments.
These by-laws may be suspended or
amended by a two third? vote 3t any
regular or special meeting.
PEFFES DESERTS POPTTLISX.
The Will Take the
Stamp for McKinley.
TOPEKA. Kam, Aug. 30 Former
United States Senator William Peffer,
who more than a year ago renounced
Populism and returned to the Republican
party, will contribute his efTorts
this year to the re-election ot President
McKinley. Senator Peffer is an ardent
expansionist and declares that It
Is the duty of every loyal American
citizen to sustain the administration
in its efforts to establish a stable government
in the Philippine Islands.
Senator Peffer is now writing a hand
book on the Philippine question, which
will be extensively used in the pending
Campaign. He says he will gladly da
what he can for the success of the Republican
ticket, but that his health is
so poor that he will be unable to di
much stumping. He will,
make a few speeches. He may go into
the New England and Eastern States
later In the campaign and discuss tha
vrnnne5nn minaMnn ?Jjnnrnr Prfffr for
six years was the backbone of ths
Farmers Alliance ana iopnust pariy
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After
Thirty Years of SuSerinir.
"I suffered for thirty years with
and thought I was past being
cured," says John S. Halloway of
French Camp, Miss. "I had spent so
much time and money and had suffered
so much that I had given up all hopes
of recovery. I was so feeble from the
effects of the diarrhoea that I could
do no kind of labor, could not even
travel, but by accident I was permitted
to find a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
and after taking several bottles I
am entirely cured of that trouble. I
am so pleased with the result that I
am anxious that it be in reach of all
who suffer as I have." For sale by all
dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith
& Co., general agents Territory of
GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
MAGOON KBUILDING, Corner Merchant
and Alakea Street.
Hardware Co., Ltd.
inporters and Dealers !n
2, 3 and 4 Light Chandeliers and
.Metal and Glass Lamps,
Faints, Oils and Varnishes,
Lard oil, Cylinder oil, Dynamo oils, etc.
Powder, Shot and Caps, Agricultural
House FurnisMng Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated Ware of ail descriptions
Table Cutlery etc.
Plantation Supplies ot
Hart's Patent "Duplex'" Die Stock for
Pipe and Bolt . Cutting; Rubber
Hose, plain or wire oound, etc.
Made of steel and wilL last longer and
give "better5 satisfaction than any
Orders from the other Islands solicited
and promptir filled
lEira unci rooms. '
H. J: NOIfEE r : : : r Proprietor.
Fort Street, opp. Sprocket's Bank-
First Class Lunettes Served
With. TeayCbfTee, Soda Water, Ginger
Ale orMilk. Opett'from
3 a. m to 8 p. m.
SMokenf SaqtkitM a Spwrialty.
$40.00 will buy a Sue up fo tlate Rambler Bicycle.
We .sell thfee on Jhe instalment plan for $5.00 more, easy
We take old wheels in exchange as part pyment awt allow
all thov arc worth.
We have a number oE 2nd. hand wheels ia stock now tht
we can sell at very low prices. It you want a cheap wheel call mid
look at them.
We have a bis supplv of SUNDRIES and also do tbo bes
repair work in the Islands.
E. 0. HALL k SON,
Limited, King Street.
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?or Snle b M Dealers.
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in tyoewritcr quality and equipment. Every ggisJVi
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The new method of aerating all liquids. Alt carbonated
beverages obtainable at a moment's nqtica.
Ts the name of the little capsule which does tbeSvork
at a-very small price.
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, M. C Peacock & Co., Ltd.
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