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Rote. Street, Arlwwtri 151 rk
Lace IInndkroliiafe,42 for
Colored Drossas fo.r School Childnm from i!0 cents to $3.00.
Gents' Furnishing; Dept
Men's line French Bnlbriggan Undorbbirts aud Drawers
. Bathing Suits
ndies knitted in black and navy blue; former price
f00; now ,' . . ....-..
Latest novelties from New York: Jet Apron Fronts, Jot
Steel Girdles. Gut TriinmiiiKS.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
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Theo. H. Davies
Canadian-Australian Steamship JLine,,
Lloyds, .British & Foreign Marine iusuranee'Co.
ivoruiern assurance uo. l-fire ana biloj. -?
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool.
Read The Sunday Republican:
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iWE wm & Co.
206 Merchant Streter
WM. SAVIDGE CO.
WM. SAVIDGE CO.
WM. SAVIDGE Ic CO.
WM. SAVIDGE & CO.
WJL SAVIDGE & CO.
Wit. SAVIDGE &. CO.
i'v 10 rooms. 90x140.
$3,500 House and lot on Llllha St.,
56x113; 6 rooms.
$5,000 House and lot on College dt.,
75xli5; house contains 7 roonw.
$5,000 House "and lot
$3,300 House and lot on Vineyard St..
and lot on Young St.,
$6.500 House and. lot
on Young St.,
$2,000 House and lot at Kalihi, 77
$2,750 House and lot on Alapai St;
$2.600 Houae and
lot on Kinau SI.
$1,000 Large lot at Kalihi, 77&x1 50.
$3,900 House and lot at Kalihi, 15x
$5,500 Business property on Fort St.,
$6,000 Lodging house in center of city.
$7,500 Investment at Kewalo;
ly income $110.
$.4,200 Leasehold on Beretania St.; 2
large stores; 20 years to run.
$7,500 Large Jot with buildings on
Punchbowl St.; brings in $93
$5,000 House and large lot on Quet:i
$1,400 Lot on Queen SL, 50x100.
$8,500 Large lot with 6 cottages.;
s. mouuuj lucumt:
U.ID& Large lot at Kalihi, 105x103.
'$6,500 Elegant residence, 255 ft. front,
on Makikl St.
$5.500 Residence on Punchbowl near J
Lunalilo Home, 120x150;
$4,000 Leasehold on Beretania St; S3
years to run; net income $D0
900 Leastiold with building on
, Fort St; 8 years to run.
Lota near Peterson's Lane, Palama;
all sizes and prices.
Lota QU Austin Lane, Palama; all sizea
Lots at Kunawal off Liliha and Judd
Sts.; all bargains.
Lots at Kewalo from $575 up, according
$4,000 Large warehouse at Kewalo;
$4,000 Leasehold of city front lot on
Queen St, near Fish Market
wharf; 24 years to run.
A cottage on Peterson's lane, Palama.
POMewipn given on the 1st of October.
WM. SAVIDGE &. CO.
WM.SAVDDGE & CO.
WM. SAVIDGE & CO.
WM. SAVIDGE & CO.
WM. SAVIDGE & COT
WM. SAVIDGE & CO
Threelfiinimer ..residences "near city,
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at Tantalus, Pearl City'and'Niu:
THDMiTAED. 1 ' ' TCS TOTO.
Qcr Sciease WbleU the ClrTa 5ter
rarest "W oulil iot Saactloa.
"FVase. aacca, please
"Tat. I l.- of yoa do not refuser
Cordelia Fa?detout elms wildly about
her fond but obdurate mother's eck
end rained kisses upon her cheeks,
while Aaastasla, her sister, did likewise
to her father.
Bat tbelr pleading seemed of no
ivaiL The elder Pasdetouts shook
their graj beads Unalr In negation,
tboagb It vras evident that the
of refusing their daughters
l quest pslaed them beyond raeasnre.
Gentlj. trat -with decision, as on
bakes a hard shelled crab from out a
lealp net. the parents disentangled
Iheir daughters arms from their
I i ers: then, mastering his emotions, th
-Xo. Anastasia and Cordelia, what
you ask of us Is too much! Never before
have we refused n request of
touts. We have moved from city to
city, from state to state, to the Injury
af my business and the destruction of
your mother's hialth. in order to deceive
people'as to your ages. For the
last ten years it has- been nothing but
move on for us. for every time the
r'ple of one place.would begin to suspect
your true ages you nave insisxeu on u
packing up and going elsewhere, that
you might start anew at 22 and 23. respectively.
We have submitted to this
nomadic life for our love of you. but
your most recent demand Is too much.
We absolutely refuse!"
The daughters sobbed like anything.
In fact, they sobbed like everything.
But their firm parent remained firm.
"Xo." continued Mr. Fasdetout: "we
will not, absolutely will uot celebrate
our silver wedding again In order to
prove to people that you two cannot
be ot er 24 at the outside! The Idea!"
TAKE WATER FOR MEDICINE.
A Itcalth Producer 'Whtc'h la ATtIr
There Is no doubt that we do not
drink enough. Our bodies consist
largely of water, and the average man
needs to "drink from four to six pints
of water daily In order to maintain
health. This Is -the amount of water
eliminated from the body by means of
the kidneys, the skin and lungs. It la
evident that a fresh' supply Is constant
ly needed to supply this lost aid In the
process of digestion and carry away
If the amount of water Imbibed Is
not sufficient for all this, the health
nrast suffer. Air, water and food are
the essentials of life In the order given.
A person can fast a ong time experiments
have proved this but that
same person could not get along without
water for that length pf time.
As a usual thing women are the ones
who suffer the most from an insufficiency
of water. Mothers should see
to it that their children have plenty of
water to drink.
There is a diversity of opinion regarding
drinking at meals. Some, as:
sert that the 'practice Is Injurious, as it
dilutes the gastric juice. Others again
claim that a glossfuj pf pure drinking
water taken during tlje process of mas
tication Is healthful. On one point,
however, nil authorities agree namely,
that ke water Is Injurious.
Generally speaking, the theory advocated
by the best physicians nowadays
Is to drink often and much. It cleanses
the system, increases circulation and
helps to make a clear coninl&xiwi.
Therefore, ye paen and womun.
especially, drink. Take clear, Jjure.
sterilized water and be thankful so
simple a remedy of nature la near at
hand. Table Talk,
"For city use In modern buildings,"
said a safe manufacturer, "safes are
nowadays made thinner wallfd thaij
formerly, thus givipg tjiem paov room.
Inside in 'proportion to the apace tho
safe occupies. The modern building
Is fireproof, or substantially In
case of Are the safe does not fall down
through the burned floors Into a mass
of burning tlebris in the cellar, but It
stays where it has been placed, supported
by the steel floor beams of tb,e.
room and. with less around 1 o burn,
subjected to comparatively less heat
"Under 6uch conditions the thin walked
safe is as nrenroof as the thick wall-
ed- safe would be under C conditions
In which it 1b used In the old style
buildings, for use In which the thick
walled safe Is still commonly sold.
New York Sun.
Jnst Like a Maa.
Biggs (to 'cabman) What wtU you
charge to take me and my wife to
Blank's hotel? -
Cabman-One dollar, sir.
Biggs And how much for taking me
Cabman The same one dollar.
Biggs (to his wife) There, my dear,
you see how much you are valued at
I aad My.
The pronouns "I" and "my are
greatly to be avoided. In general conversation.
"I" do thU or that; "my"
children are sq and so; "my cook,
"my" house. 'imy" equipages such .
Iteration sets terribly on the nerves of
the listener, besides being in very- bad
form. New York Tribune.
"This man." said the keeper softly,
"imagines he has millions."
- "Isn't that nice?' answered the
1 Itor, "Whenever he needs money all
he has to do is to draw on bis imagination?'
Kansas City Times.
A DrUtlak Wreck.
"What is a skeptic, pa?
"Well, the most hopeless kind of
skeptic ls3 woman who has lost her
faith In doctors. Indianapoil
p. a. m 1,020.
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cause the people read it
.will teU yon
IV. S II .Vaff.'wc retcraed froa
Ka-iii o Surrfa.r.
Tolay is th' laui dsy of ric of
suffizwss for the Xorabr ters.
Mr. Jcde Stanley of Honolulu tt the
pri of Mrs- Fay Jt Kuhalx.
S S. Conors raain? frosx $125 Xo
$3.t at E. W. JonLinV Fort street.
A Tajraat horse ws arrested aad
taken to the police station last eveciac.
The democrats will hare's, mass
at the &h market on ilondxy
Kev; Haas Isenher; of the Lutheran
church aras a. pa?aer on the W. G.
Had on Sondcor.
W. H. Hoot wcjs a passenger oa the
Mui on Sunday. He returned froa a
The bo.ird t.f health has provided a
rubbish cart for he Kalihi district. The
cart win go luto service today.
At the term of the Kohala circuit court
just-closed dittoes were granted to Mr.
Mcinek of Kau and to a "Japanese
All eos in tba circuit court were
continued from yesterday to today oa
account of the temporary indisposition
of Judge Humphreys.
At the term of court concluded at
Kohala a nortve ixv wlu bji:
rconth ago srulu a considerable amount
from the Mahucoua post officv, wa ieu
fenced to six nonths" imprisonment.
Charles 1 1. Ito of uuers
hip iiimpaur and his wife leave by the
Claudine today for a trip to Haleakala.
Several days ill In- sient in the cratnr.
They expect to be away two weeks.
Judpe Knlua naturalized seventy or
eighty- aliens on Maui, This was mow
than wm expend, yet i is sjid ei
than would iiae been the case had it
been generally known that the circuit
judge hail tb' authority,
Soma excellent tnusie was rendered Sy
the choir of th Second Con?reption of
SL Andrew's cathedral Sunday morniu.
A large congregation was prvMint and
seimon was preiuied by the w.
Lee. The sipaius f Beunett' an-them,
"God la a Spirit," without accompaniment,
was a delightful bit f
vocalization. The service v.s fully
JIOOH Wln alias Nai Wai, alias several
other names, wis arra.?ued before
tho district magtsiratn of Wniluku ov
Tliursdiiy ehansed n.th burglarijin
Coinmerrial ttore at
Kahului ro the amount of fniveral hurt'
dred dollars' v'owh of clothing ,
watches. He linitted the elia.rgy,
the tnil js votnMli
tod for tria t!e ourt at the
Arnold th' remains of th'.-
here List week to be rerurned 'i
the mainland was the body of a member
of the e York rpgiment in n tate
of almost perfect nveseration, al
though it ha'j, bfen buried nearly two
years, JV Jcal undertaker embahne! the
at the request of memberB of ihv
company to Jbs i man
1( wUJ jmwf bt jo'ble for
Im view the face through the gla
of tho casket niter it reaches home.
Bxcelsior Lodge No. 1, I: O. O. P.
FjVflX memlwr of this order is earnestly
requested to be present nt the regular
meeting ths (Tucstlav) owning at
P. C. MARTIN. X. G.
L. L. LA PIEUKE,
For Sale !
THE. PRICES IRE RIGHT.
ONE PACLKG TEAM. '
ONE PACIXG SINGLE DKJVER.
TEN HI1D HACK HORSES.
ONE FAMILY CARRIAGE TEAM,
The aboe ao all guaranteed sound,
gentle, J puns animals.
Also severa.1 and letter Roadsters.
T WILLIAM CUNNlNtJHAM.
THE RECFS i PROVIDERS
I S. Ms llrv CkHHfe (1 Ltd
Received! ! 7
Just Received If
A New Line of
And ask him for the time u
you buy -a Clock from "
Jewelry, 40i&, Fort Street
He has a large new stock to
BISHOP & CO.,
Office at banking' building on Merchant
Savings Deposits will bo receive!
and interest allowed bv this Bank nt
4J per cent, per annum.
Printed copied of tho Ru es and Emulations
may bo obtained era
BISHOP & CO.
We are showing at our
NOBBY SrtIRT WflrlSTS
Also a Splendid Lot ot
Including the very latest New York Styles.
And New Effects in
il S. Saclis Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
THE FEOF'LES FF?OVirZEF?
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won't have to
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK
I'fttd Uii Capitol -
Itet4rvoJ I-und - . - Yen H.130.0OO
HEAD O1TI0E - - - Yokohrtrna
Thobank uya ond reoelvos lor
of Exchanjjo,, iwuea
Draf u nud of Credit and
acts a ('cncrnl b;uikinp buslnoM.
Branch theYokohama Speoic Bank.
New Republic Building, Honolulu, H.T.
1 am prepared to take a limited number
of pupils in evening for Instructions
u shorthand fBen Pitman System).
Apply to CHAS. X. MA KQUEZ,
Ollice of The Honolulu Republican.
Repository, Merchant Street
Between Fort and Alakea Streets, a new line of
Bike and Pneumatic Buggies, Low Wheel Bunabouts, Phsetons,
Surreys, Brakes, Carts, Etc.
'fir Al3o'a full line of
Buggy, Surrey, Express, Dray and Dump Cart Harness, Whips,
Robes, Lamps, Sun Shades, Etc.
We-re also putting on the Xelley Springfield Tire (two wire), the only t
' tire made guaranteed not to come off. x
for Studebaker largest iactory in the world.
G, Schuman, merchant st
& tta i atria
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