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I ARRIVED PER S.
Holland Herring's, i
aiettewurst; Sausage, , "
Oranges, Lemons, Eagle Breakfast Cheese.
SALTER &, WAITY
Tel. 6S0. Orpheum BIoGk. Grocers.
3 fe, 2
e Porter Furniture Co.!
BETHEL AND HOTEL STEEET&
rn4iirp sop slniiflktprv
j Side Boards
Mrect firom Eastern Factories
THE HOSOLOTtJ JREPOBLIGAir, SUKDAI, SfflPTEltBEB 30, 1900. mm f" st
B "eanS' "csteajfl
1 ninke room for a large in oico
llimilt d tim nVr mr
PHAETONS, SURREYS, Etc.,
At GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
' Seo our stock of
DELIVERY WAGONS, DRAYS, Etc.,
HARNESS, WHIPS, and ROBES.
-Theo. H. Davies
Lloyds, British & Foreign Marino Insurance Co.
Northern Assuranco Co. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Red met foe
Stylish and Uptodate
Goods Positively at Cost.
S. AUSTRALIA I
of vehicles now on the wuv. For a
Do not lose this opportunity.
& Supply Co.
BERETAITCA STREET. - - Next to the Fire Station.
& Co., Ltd
of Packets from Liverpool.
JSYext Elite Building.
Tried br fin? and the fire has
had the bet of it for the tet
elsht nionths. bat the
Is ntrsr on deck zAo. with a
fine assortaieflt of Beer Wines
and Liquors, and respectfully
asks fora ! of
Very el56 to e same
Geo. A. Martin
i Room 3
Dr. W. II 31ay has an ottlce
for the practice of medicine and sur
gery at 319 Bervtania street, next
house bevond 0?ntri Union Church.
OFFICE UOUHS 10 to 12, 2 to 4,
SUNDAYS- 9 to 11.
OR. S. J. ULBIUITl.
Office anil Residence:
CORN-EB I3ERETAMA ANT) ALAKEA Sts
OFFICE to 10 a. m 2 to
4 P. m., and 7 to 8 p. m.
i)UM)AYS-$ to 10 a. ji., 7 to 8. i
There has been such a demand
for good Pianos by parties making
a short stay here, or by others
who do not care W) buy one,
that we have imported a large
stock of line instruments, which
v:o will RENT at reasonable
u Little l)y name!!
Great iu result!!!
Is the CARBON
Netos Go. LtU
A large stock of same
received by the Australia.
For Sale by
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
Abstracts and Cortlcates of Ttt!
Umrr I aft if BQP
nUUIIilg L6II II UNI
Any, Says hkerts
Osly JCarauding Bands Srsr and
These are Being Deals With
y the British.
London, Sept. 20. Lord Roberts cables
from Nelspruit, on the
Bay Railroad, not far from
KomaUpoort, the frontier station, under
date t Wednesday, September ith
as follows; Of the 3.000 Boers Trho retreated
from KomaUpoort before the
British advance from Macnododorp,
TOO have entered Portuguese; terri;ory.
others have desertfti in Yarious directions
and th balance are reported to
havf the Komati riTer and to
be occupjing spurs of the Lombobo
mountains south of the railway.
"A general tumult seems to hae
occurred when they recognized the
hopelessness of their cuuse. Their lon
toms and field guns have been destroyed
and nothing is left of the Boer army
but a few marauding bonds.
Kcnny in dealing with one of these,
which occupies a position at
The "War Offlce has lssned a lengthr
report from Lord Roberts on the Question
of tie Johannesburg plot to overpower
the garrison and murder British
officers and the deportation of foreigners.
After reiterating the known facts
of the plot, the British commander-in-chief
in South Africa says: "The
Consuls of America, Germany, France
.ind Sweden, subjects of which nations
were arrested, met and fully discussed
the case with the British officials. The
interview was most satisfactory. The
Consuls entirely concurred with the
British action, and promised every assistance."
Lord Roberts adds that he forthwith
ordered the deportation of all foreigners
arrested in connection with the plot
for whose behavior their respective
Consuls could not vouch. Otherwise
very few foreignerrs were deported, except
employes of the Netherlands Railway
who refused to work for the British
and actively participated in the
Methuen Routs Boer Convoy.
London, Sept. 22. The following
dispatch has been received by Lord
"Pretoria, Friday, Sept 21. Methuen
completely routed a Boer convoy at
Hart river, west of Klerksdorp and recaptured
a lost at Colenso.
Ho also captured 26 wagons, S.OOO cattle,
4,000 sheep, 20,000 rounds of ammunition
and twenty-eight prisoners.
"Hildyard occupied Vryheld, September
ISth. turning out the Boers from
a strong position. The British casualties
"Clery has captured a Hollander-American
belonging to Theron's scouts
who confirms the report of Theron's
Taking Horses for Germany.
San Francisco, Sept. 21. The German
transport Samoa began taking on
horses yesterday, and the work will occupy
two or three days' time. By the
first of the week the steamer Is expected
to be ready to sail for China.
Over S00 animals will be taken by the
Samoa, which is one of the largest
steamers now in port, when big steamers
are somewhat plentiful She is a
sister ship of the Algoa, In that she
was built by the same firm, but she 's
rather inferior to the Algoa in capacity,
though by no means ordinary in
Bryan Will Go East.
Chicago, Sept. 22. Senator J. K.
Jones today emphatically denied the
story that Col. W. J. Bryan had cancelled
his ppeaklng engagements in
Illinois and other western Btates In artier
to hurry to New York at his
Senator Jones stated that Col.
Bryan will proceed to New York to
ppeak on October 16th, as announced
and not before that time.
LOSS IN GALVESTON STOBM.
Governor Sayers Issues Statement
of Awful Damage Done.
Galveston, Tei., Sept 19. Governor
Sayers tonight gave out the following
"The loss of life sustained by the
storm in Galveston and elsewhere on
the southern coast cannot be less than
12,000 lives, while the loss of property
will probably aggregate 120,000,000
Notwithstanding this severe affliction,
I have every confidence that the stricken
districts will rapidly revive and that
Galveston wiU from her present desolation
and sorrow arise with renewed
strength and vigor.
"To the people of the United Statss
whose munificent generosity has, without
solicitation from me, contributed
so much to the relief of the storm sufferers,
1, as Governor, beg to tender my
most profound and most grateful acknowledgements,
assuring them thax
their generosity wiU be held in lasting
remembrance by the people of Texas.
BOBTO BICANS FOB HAWAII.
Planters Seek the Treasury's Permission
to Transport Them.
WASHINGTON, Sept 19. George E.
Baldwin, formerly with the treasury
department, but now of Honolaio, is In
the city In the Interests of the Hawaiian
Sugar PlnterB Association.
There is a great dearth of laborers in
the Hawaiian Islands, and Baldwin
wants to get 4.000 Porto Rlcans to go
there to work in the case fields. Ihe
planters will pay tleir expenses there
and will give from 20 to 123 per month
(gold), plus house rest and medical attendance,
to field hands. The treasury
officials, however, refuse. to say whether
Porto Ricans can come Into this country
under snch a'coatrant. George
Aruz was recently admitted tc this
try frjsA Porto Woo under
OF PEBSQNA1. INTEREST
Stock yards o filling, excavating- aai
J. H. Schaack, real estate iswu. has ;
a small modem cottage tor tent See j
Mrs. Hanna, milliner, will remove to-
morrow to King street, next to Bailor's
Rev. G. R. Pearson of the ilethodis;
church retnrned from Hik on the Ki-
iJe of broken. lots of IadIcT and !
children's stockings starts tomorrow at j
B. F. Ehlers & Co.. Fort street j
E. Omstead, T. Brandt and John A.
Palmer, aU of Walmea, Knrni. are
amon those registered at the Hawaiian
A. C. Steele, business manager of tha
Hiio Tribune, came over on the Kinau
yesterday and will remain here unul
Fifty dozen misses' and children 'a I
stockings .it 10c a pair, original pneu j
25c, at the white House, 120 Fort
street Sale only lasts three days.
The :diseea De Larugues hair dressing
and manicuring parlors are now
located on Al&kea Kreet, next to Dr.
Anderson's offlce, opposite Y. M. C. A.
Yan Kam. a infant,
died at Palama, near Geo.
a place, yesterday. Cause of death
was enteritis. The bsi took place
John Lycurgus, a brother of Georgo
Lycurgus, proprietor of the Onion
(jr.ui. Lame over iruiu nuo yesieruay. i
Today there will be a family reunion
on the Camarinos ranch.
There will be a special sale in towels,
napkins, table damasks, curtains
and curtain goods for a few days only i
at the Bargain Store, corner Fort and !
Bcretania streets. See ad. i
Hundreds of people took advantage
of the White House special sale last
week. It lasted for three days only,
but was a tremendous success. Something
new for this week. See ad.
Mrs. L. F. Chun, a native of China,
aged 24 years, died on Friday at tho
family residence on Achi near School
sctreet of heart disease. The remains
were interred in the cemetery at
The infant daughter of Maria da
Gloria Fernandes died at Palama, near
King street terminus of the tramway,
yesterday. Death resulted from malnutrition.
The interment was held at
the Catholic cemetery at MakikL
Rev. W. D. Westervelt will preach
this eening at Kawaiahao church at
7:30 on "The Story of Kalanlmoku,"
one of the earliest Christian converts
among the high chiefs and the second
native to unite with Kawaiahao churcn
seventy-five years ago. The sermon
will be in English.
Owing b me liwctase in demand
Chocolate Bon Bons, Lewis
St Co. have been unable to supply tLa
public with these popular goods, but
now they are prepared to furnish the
trade with any quantity from one n
five hundred pounds, as they received
a very large shipment per S. S. Australia.
Lam Sal, the secretary of the locU
Bow Wong association, left on the Nippon
Maru yesterday for Japan. Ha
goes to attend a conference of reform
leaders which is to be held in Tokio
next month. His family accompanied
him. Lam Sal is well known in Honolulu,
having been In business hero
for some years.
Rev. J. P. Erdman will preach at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. today at the
Union church on the following
subjects "The Word of God a
"The Warfare of Ltfe Bible
school at 9:50 a. m., with a rally day
service; subject, "Shepherding the
Sheep." Rev. E. B. Turner will speak
and Mrs. Otis will sing "The Ninety
and Nine" Parents and friends invited.
They should be
urinated. They soon
grow up and when
full grown what a
pest they are ! We
are talkinq about
Is a mixture that icill
do the work shortly
after it is sprayed
around the house. It
not onlu kills roaches
biit has the same
The rust proof feature of
stronclv to everr
Is a summer
tinr. in fcrlute
Tho only absolutely rust
Is one of the
Ho. 67 made of
ladjV So ft mt.vr
for sot made ot tancy not-
o iv. Louirth. VI tncnes.
pr summer corset made.
new ind sraeeful models,
French Cbutil. stripped with
satteen boning all rust proof a desirable advantage.
Ml I I j Is a light, strong, now shape French
if 0. LmLLm model corset, a beautiful artfele, combining
comfort and stylo, popular in eastern cities.
All the above numbers only $1.00 each.
519 FORT STREET.
from now in our yards.
We are Headquarters lor
Over One Hundred to pick
Large orders for plantation harness filled on
Stock ai?d Vehicles
Bought and sold on commission.
Cornc Kinir and South Streets.
G rows larger with each 4ay unless it
is due to the fact of its becoming
bettor while keeping pace with growth.
The latest styles are surpassing in
make and quality. ,
During this month we offer our large and well selected:
Stock atreducbd .prices. Gall and examine it.
Two Stored Two .Stocks,
P. O. BOX o5S. U and 11 !ltel
or? the Islands
M Ll XM
I i s? 7 "I
Two Telephones- 90 and G7tt
St...unu corner of Fort and Hotel St.
the general public we have
of the " Pacific Cycle and
Block, Fort street.
Repairer has full charge
quotations on new machines or
any class of typewriters will
upon application at the
Typewriter for tlfe Ter
For the convenience of
transferred our REMINGTON DEPARTMENT
to the store
Manufacturing Co.," Ehler's
An experienced Typewriter
of this business ana
estimates on' repair work
be cheerfully furnished "Pacific
Cycle and Manufacturing
Sole Dealers, RemingtonStandard
ritory of Hawaii.
ead The Honoli
sH aW 9 M T
thfrl. 'trt:u' I
SConex ti Loan on. treawry oJkiate sow
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