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title: 'The Honolulu republican. (Honolulu, T.H.) 1900-1902, September 28, 1900, Page 8, Image 9',
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A special meeting of the
Ilonolulu Chamber of Commerce,
will be held at its
rooms on Friday, Sept.
28th, at 3 o'clock p. m., for
the purpose of taking action
with regard to the Galveston
disaster. A full attendance
J AS. G. SPENCER,
Honolulu Sept 28, 1900.
Mr ' Notice.
Tho City Otilce of the
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.,
Ib in tho MogooD Building, Room 1,
cwnor Merchant and Alaken Sts.
Telepouo Main : : 391,
Dairy Telephone Blue 3171.
A. B. DOAK, Manager.
McBryde Sugar Goipuy, Ltd.
Notice ie hereby giren that the
ninCh aMtoacment of ten (10) per ceat
(?2.00 pr share) levied on the
stock of the McBride Sugar Co.,
Ltd., Is due October 1, 1900, aad -will
bo delinquent on October 15, 1900.
Stockholders will pleaae make
prompt paymont at the office of
Messrs. Thoo. H. D&rtea & CoM Ltd.
(.Signed) H. &L SWANZY,
Hoaolulu. Sept. 19, 1100.
KOM TO PRECINCT 0FF1CEKS.
AG precinct offlcors of the republican
parcy In the Fourth and Fifth
ntftiive districts are hereby requestod
to rapet Ith the republican execuUve
cSlttee at the committee headquarters
4c the Elite building on Friday
vefcg, September 2S, at 7:30 o'clocJt
shag. as business of importance U to
be oisWeiod. By order of the
B. TL HENDRY. Secwtary.
Epr Sale Cheap.
Pirewood, Corrugated Iron,
rames and all kinds of
Birilding Materia! for sale
clump in lots to suit.
Inquire at the Arlington
v sad 'Ts IUcbUeaa aai ;
For the next few days we will offer Woolen Goods at greatly reduced prices
If you wish
IN THE FIRST COURT
ESTATE OF J. L. KALANAI,
MINOR, IS PERMITTED TO
SELL SUGAR STOCKS.
J. Alfred Magoon to be Guardian
of Antone Rodrijrues Other Estates
and Reports of
A petition to dispose of land belonging
to the estate of John Lot Kalanai,
a minor, by his guardian, J. L.
was denied by Judge Humphreys
yesterday, but the court directed the
guardian to make an immediate sale
of the five shares of Kaluku plantation
stock and out of the available funds
realized from the stock pay the mortgage
upon his ward's real estate, and
if insufficient, to apply to the court for
an order authorizing him to execute a
new mortgage upon the same, any or
ail of the real estate, said mortgage
to be for five years, not to exceed 8 per
cent per annum, all costs remitted except
The property in question is sitated
at Kekehale, Honolulu.
The time for hearing the petiUon
and account of the estate of On Kee,
deceased, of HIlo, Hawaii, was set for
Monday, November 12, 1900, when the
report of Administrator George Rodlck
may be examined and approved.
An order for the appointment of a
new trustee in the estate of Antone
Rodrigues has been filed with the clerk
of the circuit court. In which It is recommended
that J. Alfred Magoon be
appointed guardian, vice Antone Rosa.
William W. Harris. ,an employe of
Lewers & Cooke, has filed an aSdavit
of service of notice of materialaaaa's
lien with the clerk of the circuit
court in the. case of Lewers & Cooks
vs. R.. F. Daley.
George Rodlek. administrator of the
estate of Wo Hing. deceased, of HUo.
Hawaii, has been, granted by Jaife
Humphreys Moaday, November 12; at
10 o'clock, as the time for aearias; tfee
peUUosi aad exaaaiaaUoa and approval
of his report la the matter of the
Judge Humphreys readered am oral
decisloB im the case of Woag Par Nam
against Chock Sis, dismissing the Mil
for tajtwetios, la equity aad resetted
all costs. He- also granted the
leave to amead his hill aad
aad retle the sasae.
A meefcaaies' kla has beea tied sy J.
A. Happer agalast L. C. Abies, Davii
Daytoft aadiC. J. McCarthy in aad to
she laad aad treatises situated?
The li is Isr
aad mrterWl fialsfcW hist' la ke
wut of I1UJS, with
a nice Tailor Made Suit
the very latest ideas in our
Department. We carry the-largest
and most complete Assortment
Woolen Goods this side of
B. KKRR 8z CO
BY MANAGER RODIEK
Mr. Rodlek of Haekfeld &. Co. who
has just relinquished the management
of the Hilo branch of the house and
who will on Tuesday leave for a six
months' visit abroad, gave a very
pleasant dinner to a few friends at the
Union Grill last evening. The guests
were J. F. Hamborg. A. Stadtlaendor,
W. Pfotenhauer, Dr. Bloggett, H. B.
Gehr and F. Klarap. The dinner was
served in the Grill's usually excellent
and thorough manner.
Col. Comba with Sis Officers Call
on Governor Dole.
Colonel Comba of the Fifth iafantry
and commander of the troops on the
transport Thomas, accompanied by
about thirty officers of his command,
made an official formal call on Governor
Dole yesterday afternoon.
They were received in the governor's
office and a short conference was
held. The call was made in compliment
to the baby territory of the
LAKE ATTENDANCE AT
LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT
There was a very large attendance at
the band concert at the Hawaiian hotel
last evening. Many of the officers and
ladies from the Thomas were there and
hundreds of the soldiers. The boys
played wall and their music was weU
received. It is the last concert for a
month, as the members of the band
will hare their annual vacation in October.
m TINE FOR SHIS
Coatinued From First Pag.
eat at the ceremoBJala, The royal tiger
will have his claws aaeathed aad hat
roar maCed that the ladies saay sot
be Jeopardlxed by als ferocity.
Taesday Sveaisg, Oct 2L this
evesiag there win oe' a series of striking
tahleasT. many of them frost the
life of am Arahian Weary Waggles, as
well as iacldeats reproduced from the
"Desert of Sahara." Mosic, vocal and
iastrwsieatal, will eallvem the
aad possibly make the poses
Wedasadar Svesiag, Oct. St. "On
with the. daace,let joy be aacoalned.?
aad to that ead .Terpsichore will preside
oa tha harrkaae deck where, the
will assemble. Prior to the
there will be a coacert by the
orchestra . from .Hawaii two
days from there.
Thursday arrealar. Oct 23. Aaother
t ia mystic,
Tae ladles win
Nr the decree of the Dasmhter of Iifi
at,Taeba.,S7M yeara B, C
s, ? Om
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Ra, Thoth, Amen and other Egyptian
antique gentleaien will honor the occasion
by their presence, after being
tnoroughly inmigated to take off their
tiavor of antiquity.
Friday Eveuing. Oct. 24 Then "the
tired player shuffles off this buskin"
and Amateur night will be the feature.
Imported from tho Chutes, Wallace, the
weary and untamed Hon, and other
unprofessional stunts will be performed
by amateurs and other unsophisticated
Saturday Evening, Oct 25. "My
country 'tis of thee sweet land of liberty,"
will be tho dominant theme of
the evening, and to rejuvenate the
memories of the guests a prominent
clairvoyant will go into a fit and yanlc
up the spirits "of G. Washington, Esq.,
John Brown, Esq., Henry Clay Esq.,
and such notables as will do a few patriotic
turns. During the materialization
the attendants can commune with
the spirits, Jas. E. Pepper, Yellowstone,
Sunday Morning Oct 26. Good-bye
to the Zealandia and happy experiences
on the staunch vessel.
"Good-bye, good-bye! parting is such
That I 6hall say good-bye till it be
The festival committee submits for
your consideration the fallowing price
list for necessities and luxuries en
route, to be secured aboard shipr
Steamer caps for ladies or gentlemen,
Appropriate umbrellas for ladles or
Sanchez y Haya cigars, 12 1-2 and
La Emelina Haya cigars, 12 1-2 and
Pommery Sec. pints, $1.75; quarts,
Sauterne and .claret pints, 25c;
quarts, 50c -
Export beer, pints, 15c; quarts, 25c
Plain andvmixed beverages, 12
Jewel, O. P. S. or Jesse Moore whiskey,
half pints, 25c; pints, 50c; quarts,
Secure your own steamer chair and
camp stooL Take only small luggage
in your stateroom as these will be no
full dress receptions uafU yoa arrive
at Honomla. Light, soft, wool hats for
ladles and gentlemen max ba procured
of Noble Eugene Kern. 7S6 Market
street Light suits adopted by the committee
zaay be procured at the Hastings
Clothing store, corner of Montgomery
aad Satter streets.
Secure your .tickets without delay.
First come, first served. A limited
number of desirable accommodatioBS
For further particulars call or address
the Poteatate, R. P. Hurlbat
room 527, Parrott building. Telephoae
Adam F. Gaan, Boaz-D. Pike. -
Thomas W.JBrowae. -
KateVtalameat Jas. G. Spaaldtag. J.
Alfred Marsh,. H.D.Loreiaad.
RIUBKN P. HTJKLBTJT, Cam..
XEPH H. GOLDMAN. Secy.,
-SAMUEL H. COMSTOCK,
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ilgrnVW r4i.niTtirnn i'ft ' '"iiBS aMBiMJ!? gaifKP'1' jy in
If you wish an up-to-date Suit . of.
the choicest Cloth from the best
WeBt oi England Manufacturers ,buy
the material from oiir Store anoyou
will save money. Gall and inspect
THE PROVDDENT SAVINGS.
The future certainly promises
to be as prosperous under the
management of President Scott
as the past has been, and certainly
any company that can
make such an excellent showing
to its policy-holders deserves
the commendation for
careful management and enterprise
shown in all departments.
Wall Street Journal. L R.
Burns, resident manager, Magoon
Our Menu by Boat Australia.
California and Eastern (frozen)
Oysters, Salmon, Sole,
Striped Bass, Cooked Crab.
Celery, Cauliflower, Yellow
Turnips, Red Cabbages, Arti
Peaches, Pears, Plums, Apples,
Grapes, Oranges, Lemons,
Fancy Cheese, Freeh Butter.
LEWIS & CO.,
HART & CO.
TIE ELITE I6E CIEII MILIIS
Pine Chocolates and Confections,
Ios Cremm and 'Water lees.
PACIFIC 1HMSEER Ci
227 -King It, JTsxt to alley's
EXPRESS WAGONS, DBAYS, ISUM
BEB WAGONS astd DUMP
ALWAY( ON HAND.
XBUXKS, FURNITURE asro SATmsV
CASEFUIXT rUHm.ED. "T"
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P. O BOX 863.
E Houses Built on the Installment Plan 5500 to 3
Having secured Bome desirable lots in tho Base Ball tract,
we are now prepared to furnish plans and specification, and to
erect Modern and Artistic houses, containing all the latest improvements,
for thoso desirous of owning their own homei.
Having a complete planing mill, we are thus able to build at
lees cost than the general bullder.to the adantage of the pur
chaser. Call and see us, or we will come and eeo you, and
show you the advantage of cheap rent.
Vftm C!oa OnMcCully tract, 3 new 2-story houaea just
1 VI iJQlV completed best sanitary plumbing, containing
0 rooms, porcelain bath, patent closet, hot and cold water,
electric light, porcelain sink in kitchen, pantry and servant's
I $1,000 Cash Balance of 150.00
Ua Must be
11 V MtVlUM appreciated.
Office and Mill Base Ball
Tried by fire and the fire baa
had the best of It for the last
eight months, but the
Is bow on deck again with a
fine assortment of Beer, Wines
and Liquors, and respectfully
asks for a share of your patronage.
Very close to the same
- of Records
MMI sW CirHilu af TmV
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Than Rent. TEL. 1
seen to be
8c Win ton
Ground opposite Kewalo Street.
House renting a specialty.
Aim to please.
CM EPPERS & CO.
Jou won't hare Jo call up
And ak him for the time if
you buy a Clock horn
Jewelry, 4WK. Tort Street
He Mam a large new stock to
- chooae from.
Oat sate a (Ha