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THE HONOLULU BEPUBLIGLN, SAIURDAI. SEPTEMBER It, 1900.
5 ARRIVED PER S. S. AUSTRALIA
, Finnan Haddies,
I Holland Herrings,
. Mettewurst Sausage,
I Celery, Turnips,
, Frozen Oysters.
1 Oranges, Lemons, Eagle Breakfast Cheese.
Tel. 680. Orpheum
The Porter Furniture Co.
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS
I Extension Tables
OiBct horn Eastern Factories
Tjsko room for a largo invoice of
IcMU iimu wo wm uuer uui it:&UMi
PHAETONS, SURREYS, Etc.,
HIKEATLY KEDUCED PKICES.
e Our stock of
DELIVERY WAGONS, DRAYS, Etc.,
HARNESS, WHIPS, and ROBES.'
& Supply Co.
. BEHETAIilA STKEET. - - Next to th Firo Station.
fleo. H. Davies Co., Ltd.
I M POUTERS OF
Lloyds, British A Foreign Marine Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co. (Eire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool.
Red Met loo
Stylish and Uptodate
Goods Positively at Cost.
Block. Grocers, j
vehicles now on the way. For n
I)o not 100 this opportunity.
;Next Elite Building.
Tried by fire and the fire ha?
had the best of it for the last
eight months, bat the
Is now on deck strain with a
fine assortment of Beer. Wines
and Liquors, and respectfully
aslcs for a share of your patronage.
Very close to the same
Geo. A. Martin
nam Fasbioiable Trior
Dr. W.H. Mays has opened an office
for the practice of medicine and surgery
at 319 Beretania street, next
house bevond Central Union Church.
OFFICE HOURS: 10 to 12, 2 to 1,
7 to 8.
SUNDAYS: 9 to 11.
DR. W. J. GALBHA1TH.
Office and Residence:
Corner Beretania and Alakea Sts
OFFICE to 10 a. m, 2 to
i p. m., and 7 to 8 P. si.
SUNDAYS V to 10 a. m., 7 to 8.
There has been such a demand
for good Pianos by parties making
a short stay here, or by others
who do not care to buy one,
that we have imported a large
stock of fine instruments, which
we will BENT at reasonable
"Lie" by name!!
Great in result!!!
Is the CARBON
Netos Co. Lt'd.
A large stock of same
received by the Australia.
For Sale by
'HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
f SEATTLE BEER f
Om Draught or is Bottles
r CRITERION" 1
Read The Repubjjcaii'mnd
iaprora Ir kaojafedc. . .
THE PRBBATE ULENDIB
BEIHG RAPIDLY GLEA8ED !
JUDGE HtTMPHHETS TTATl &
A- G Cuaha's Attorneys Withdrew
in. the Kits Tewkabuiy Case
Heirs Gain Possession
Temple Bourke, a cousin of L X.
Hayden, deceased, has filed a petition j
praying for the appointment of George
R. Carter as special administrator of
the estate of said I. X. Hayden, and
upon hearing of the said petition by
Judge Humphreys the same was denied.
A decision by Judge Humphreys m
the case of H. iL Mist against S. M.
W. Kawelo, et al., was yesterday filed.
Kinney, Ballou & McClanahan have
withdrawn as counsel for Antone G.
Cucha, in connection with the matter
of the guardianship of Rita C.
They state that Antone G. Cun-had
has accepted from the trustees cf
Rita C. Tewksbury a deed at a time
when an appeal was pending by the
said Antone G. Cunha before the supreme
court to have the said Rita C.
Tewksbury put under guardianship.
The plaintiff has filed an amended
petition in the case of Gulstan Ruppert,
trustee of John K. Sumner, against
Solomon Kauai, et al.
The last will and testament of Sarah
Katherine Gray was yesterday admitted
to probate and Wililam O. Smith
-was appointed administrator, with tht
will annexed, under JS.000 bond.
Petition for the sale of real estate
was granted by Judge Humphreys In
the estate of J. Pinao (k) of Awa, Ewa,
Oahu .deceased, notice to be given by
Affidavit of notice of materialmen's
lien has been filed with the clerk of the
circuit court in the case of Lowers &
Cook vs. H. R. Macfarlane, et al.. trustee,
under the will of H. A. Wideman.
In replication filed with the clerk
of the circuit courtr of H. E. Mclntyre,
plaintiff, vs. S. C. Allen, defendant,
the said plaintiff says his bill is true
and that the answer of said defendant
is uncertain and untrue, all of whicn
plaintiff is ready to aver and prove.
In the matter of the estate of Marion
C. Dowsett, Judge Humphreys confirmed
the master's report and the accounts
were approved. J. M.
the gnardian, was discharged and
Instructed to deliver all property over
to Henry Watehouso & Co., attoaeys
in fact of 3d. C. Dowsett.
The petition of Samuel Kalllmal, administrator
rof the estate of J. E.
decedent, for leave to sell real
estate has been granted. The property
to be sold it situate in Puna, Hawaii,
and consists of about fifty-nine
On order has been signed by Judge
Ilumphrerys confirming the sale by R.
W. Cathcart, executor of the estate of
Jas. Dodd, deceased, of certain leasehold
owned by decedent. The sum realized
on this was ?6,000, the bidders
being Joseph Hartman and J. H.
Elizabeth J. Parker filed her answer
yesterday in the partition suit instituted
by Genevieve Dowsett.
The reportr of George Lucas, master
appointed to examine the annual accounts
of David Dayton, trustee of the
estate of John McColgan, was confirmed
and the accounts of the trustee
approved, except as to overcharge for
commission in the sum of $37.50.
The several accounts of John S.
Walker, guardian of John D. Holt, Jr.,
and Jas. R. Holt, has been approved
by Judge Humphreys and guardian ordered
The motion of Elizabeth K. Robinson,
a minor, to have S. K. Kane, ner
guardian, file an account of the moneys
rerceived and disbursed by him as
guardian of the property was granted
by Judge Humphreys and the guardian
ordered to file an account within tn
CHINESE DEPOSITORS UNPAID.
Money for Them "Will be Paid to
From a Staff Correspondent.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 12. Captain
W. F. Maclennan of the treasury department
is just back from Honolulu,
where he went to settle up the affairs
of the Hawaiian Savings Bank.
The affairs of the bank, which -was a
government institution, were directed
by congress to be wound up by the
treasury department and the depositors
paid from the federal treasury. About
$332,000 was paid before the departure
of Captain Maclennan from Honolulu
on August 21st. The Chinese deposits,
amounting to $236,000, have not yet
been paid, but -will be paid in bulk to
the immigration department, for whom
they were held by the bask as trustee
The amount remaining unpaid to other
depositors is about f 170,000. The law-allows
until next July for the presentation
and settlement of accounts, after
which they will become a direct
charge upon the Hawaiian treasury.
Captain Maclennan was unable to make
any arrangements in Tegard to the
bonded debt of the islands because of
the failure of congress to make the appropriation
In proper form. He made
arrangement with tha American
Bink, which has Just obtained a national
charter, to act as a public depository
for internal revenue receipts!
E. S. L.
Naturalization of Edgar Wood.
There was a fine sprinkling of educators
in the supreme court yesterday
when Attorney L 3. Long appeared
forMr.Edcar Wood, principal of the
Normal school, in hia application for
naturalization. H. S. Townsend, principal
of the Kuloakahua school; T. H-Gibcon,
inspector of schools, and Prof.
3acDonald, -were bis witnesses.
T. 31- C A. Bible Claw.
There will be a bible study rally at
Y.3.C.Ahall on Sunday afternoon
at 4 o'clock. President Smith of Oahu
college Will address the aweting.. At
5 o'clock the onraaiatioa of bible
clanawT will taka place.
OF PEBSOAIi INTEREST
D. Stcsrard is here from Mam.
SL E. Iainoa returned i the JLebua
This Is the test day of Mrs. Hannj's
A young lady Is ranied as cashier at
the Pacific Import Company.
F. D. Cooper was a passenscer to Seattle
in the ship John Currier on
Oahu lodge No. 1, K. of P., held a
meeting at Castle Hall, Fort street, last
L. A. Rostin will leave by the Australia
for San Francisco to return with
the first cargo of meat for the new
A meeting of tne Japanese i. .u. .
A. was held at their headquarters last (
evening. Dr. Mitamura and others
dressed those present. !
The argument in the case of Hemy
Smith against the Hanakua Mill Co.
was heard and completed before the
supreme court yesterday.
Prof. F. A. Ballaseyus renders organ
recitals every Sunday in Pauahl Hall.
Oahu college, at 4:30 p. m. A cordial
Invitation is extended to the public
A. T. Bannister and Miss Iletile
of Kauai, will be married at
the residence of Henry Wright in
on Monday evening. A reception
will follow the ceremony.
On Monday, October 1st. the Misses
Do Lartigue will remove their hah-dressing
and manicuring parlors to
Alakea street, next to Dr. Anderson's
office, opposite the Y. M. C. A.
Bids for the concrete foundation for
the Alexander Young building will b
received at the office of the Von Hamn-Young
Co.. Ltd.. Queen street, up to
noon on Tuesday. October 2d. See no- i
Per S. S. Australia, the Pacific Import
Company received a large invoice
of seasonable goods in every department.
Among the shipment are European
novelties suitable for Christmas
presents, 2,000 dozen ladies"
and children's handkerchiefs,
new line of silks, muslin underwear,
etc. The styles and assortment is so
complete that you will not only find it a
great saving, but easy to make selections.
Call and see these new goods.
Joe Was Drunk.
His name is Joe. Ho has another
one, but last night he didn't care to
tell it, Joe wa? drunk. He had a load
of kill devil aboard that would have
done for the entire newspaper fraternity
of the city for a whole day. Joe
was fighting drunk and he refused to
be arrested. He didn't tay anything
about not beinp drunk; he was too
drnnk to do anythlnz but tight.
Aoastnan and Yfala, with the aid
of the patrol wngon, got him to the
police statiou from the steps of the
opera Louse, where he was found asleep
by a mounted patrolman.
He b.'gau to fight lefore he was thoroughly
awake and kept it up till he
was put in a cell. Joe will probably
get $"2 end costs this morning.
Cured of Chronic Diarrhoea After
Thirty Years of Suffering.
"I suffered for thirty years with
and thought I was past being
cured," saya John S. Halloway of
French Camp, Miss. "I had spent ?o
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., geEeral ascuta Territory of
I In Their 1
They should be exterminated.
! They soori i
full grown what a
pest they are We
arc talking about
i Roaches 1
! on Bugs
i Is a mixture that will
do the work shortly
after it is sprayed
i around the house. It I
not only kills roaches I
but hat the same
3-: All Bugs.
I DRUG CO. i
RUST PROOF C0RS&TS
t,. nt.it nmnf ftnr of
stroncly to every lady in tbv territory.
1 n Q Is a summer corserapswte of fancy
Q. OO tins, in white only, nsrth. 12 inches.
The only absolutelv rust proof sunfner corset niadd.
c n 1 Is one of the
FiO. OI made of French CoutiLstriPPeti witi
satteen boning all rust
Is a lisht,
I Um model corset, a beautiful at
bining comfort and style,
All the above numbers only $1.00 each.
519 FORT STREET.
Honolala Stock Yards Go.
We are Headquarters for STRONG
JJlILiES and HOUSES
Over One Hundred to pick
A specialty. Large orders for plantation harness filled on
Stock ai?d Vehicles
Bought and sold on commission.
Grows larger with each day unless it
is due to the fact of its becoming
better while keeping pace with growth.
The lateststylcs arc
make and quality.
these cortdireEunend3 them
new and iraceiui models.
proof a des ;ir&l e advantage. j
stronc. new si French
popular in eastenk cities.
from now in our yards.
or? the Islands
and South Stroets.
During this month we offer our large and well selected.
Stock at "reduced prices. Call and examine it.
Two Stores, Two Stocks. Two Telephones 96 and 676
P. O. BOX 5SS. 9 and 11 Hotel St.. and corner of Fort and Hotel Sta.
REMINGTON STANDARD TYPEWRITER.
For the convenience of the general public we have
transferred our REMINGTON TYPEWRITER DEPARTMENT
to the store of the "Pacific Cycle and
Manufacturing Co.," Ehler's Block, Fort street.
An experienced Typewriter Repairer has full charge
of this business and quotations on new machines or
estimates on" repair work any class of typewriters "Will
be cheerfully furnished upon application at the " Pacific
Cycle and Manufacturing Co."
tt. ttrYGKFELD & GO., Ltd.
Sole Dealers, Remington Standard Typewriter for the Territory
Bead The Honolulu Republican.
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