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Thotv will l a njHvial tooting of tin1
ttoeliltoldors of Ui Stvjua
avlcniloii Co., Ltd at (hvl offitv.
Quwm on Tuesday. OctolK'r&O. '
iPOO. at 10 o'clock -a. tn. !
Object V( nuvtinsr: To rowldor tin' ;
other buala k uuvy Iv bwaght ivfore j
a II. SknOary.
Uoniuln. Octobvr 111. 1900.
ttjiijv mnrr.ES Mr nt
Hoacnln Gycl? C04 Ltil, repaJr siwp
AJiE UNCVLLKn FOI The ownvrs
f Uieso wheel arereby PUHLICLV
NOTIFIED that ua or nloat November
20, llKKJ, U nforesaid bicycles will be
old by pulJtc auction or otherwks; disposed
of to satisfy tho repair bills.
J. S. RAILE1
The City OUlce of tbe
Star Dairy Co., Ltd.,
Is in the Magoon Building, Room 1,
coraer Merchant and Alakeatits. . .
Telepsafe Main :. ; Sl.
Dalrjf Sftler&oue JJlue a ITI'.
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KOTIfiE to OWHERS, ARCHITECTS!
and BUILDERS. ;
Ii r Qnlrtn, lis Union street, ia pr.v
pared to furnieh estimates on first olics
modern pluniblng. Patronage aor
ticitcd. P. 0. Dox 102.
Tho nyulnr quarturly io."ofItJK of the !
I'nclfic Llardtrnro U, Ltd. will be held ,
at Its ofllou on Tul.iy, HO, nl
k n. lu.
JAS. rOItIOK fil'KKGIiU.
Honolulu. OcIhIht 13, 1800.
A i?ivial iHtvtlrur of the
of ill dan fcjttar tro., Ltd.. U j
by the prv54lant to, bo. held at the nvims i
of tli Chamlitr of Coiiimuiw iu I Lino-
lulw, Oahu, t l5a. ,m. ou Friday, l: '
lolr 2d, HKvi . ;
Tb fljevt tlie uK4in(r k to
amotMltt'oiits to the ar;l
tslvo fiu' the )HUikwu of taking stiYh
a wmy v dwnied vdvisaiik' n-
nruitoa tb bomlii' of tL it(itt:i iviu. J
and to outsider such other
: way, lu bryuirlit tlyi
nuetiuu. , . .ti iyKIf,
TtvwHirtr M."i Mjur Co &..
lianehtlu. vuJ. l. IfXO.
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4$t A A
PLATEOBBI OF THE
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Adopted la IVmd Convention in Honolulu, H. Lj.Juns.T, rl&tt.
8EHAT0RS Isrd of Oiha.
"We ixiSeve tial all gaTemiDorts founded on an iaiepcdeat
bafcls sbodlfi be B3Bar5 of tnedoi without cvpreteioa. Vfe
In e;a3l rlgbta qd4 freedom far all the people.
-V? bellfre E&a re &cra with a right to b independent aiyf
that lrBoo I"811 a tite fcJ"e of tise We believe
that he is endowed all the privileges of life, liberty and the
rtgnt to choose ttt Till ccntrilratje to his Itxt advantage.
Wo bditere in paXfectloa agslni HpprtiC5L We that
sc should atrive to axan eqnaJ rigtu for the ptioale. bj the
tad of th6 people
'Cgul righ for 8 peopii." fcs tt molto taaKd la the piat
"The tKQCf of tha ta3epeadint purty a that tie sucoiialvJ
cciwlldatea tn the it&sZB.ture of the Territory of Hawaii should
strive in every to rfc e tnsent of the coagretis of tha
Uaitbd Ut23 to mafce a erate of th Territory of and
pledge oureclvtfi to enpport all iood and equal prorlsiona that
eithjtr the ropabllcaa or democratic parlies of the United BtaUJ
may f& at to cnacC
"V.'e furthw ptolgs ouroelTOb to suvpert that politlcai pertj In
Cm United BuHbe thai will vrork to moko Hawaii a state
"We lnbcad to etrlTO in CTery way posnible to secure from the
Uaitod States bencati and prlvlieea for the natives and other
alike vha trill vork together for the good of the country,
rogardios of color. We aho latcad to strivo toward the cod
that oar rccrfigeatutlrei formulate the botU fcrws lot the
"Oar JosiflJafore should strlva ut outain homesteads for
dtlacaa of the Tjrritory of Hawaii out of the lande that
have boon tafcK over by die United tataa.
"TlMy ehould also Btrlve to Pt-i aside an appropriation for
th of JubJ claima or daaiagia by Are, caused by the
burning of CbinatoTrn In Honolulu ani othtx piaocti by the board
of healiil tn conatjotixja Trtlh the aanLftsalon of buboac plague In
"They BhoulQ further strive to eacoiragu education, Industrial
pareuita, farming, road making, rallida and both foreign and
local commorce that will redound to the advantage of tha country.
"Wo stand opposed to monopolies, fa any attempt at a restriction
of the voting privilcgca of natives or ciriLena who tlilnlj aa
they Oo, that might bo attempted later. We stand opposed to ;ho
heavy taxation of the people, the restriction of the Jury rights d
the natives aid to all other restriction of tha rights of the
"We declare that labor, othov tttau by contract, on government
work either mechanical or iLduBtriaU shall not exceed
night bourH a flay.
"Labor on government o otherwiso, either direct or
Indirect, ehall be porformed by citlsonB of the Territory of Hawaii.
"Wo pledge ourselves to realat the furthejance of truets ia the
"Wo are pledgod to earnest and unceasing effort to secure for
all those persona imprisoned by the martial law rule of 1S95 and
by sentence of the military commisoion of 1S&5 each financial remuneration
aa ia their Just due."
The above ia tho correct ELATFOBU of the INDKPHNDQ6T
ffOME RUIJ3 PARW
JJKS Kv KAURIS
Atteet; President Aloha
VTl. luWiIHDA. D,
Secretary. Pxesident Kalslalna.
Violin - Studi
ROOM 4. LOVE BLDG.
HON. D. P. IL I8ENBEBG. L
COL. JOHN D. HOLT, JR.
qut;on of ltKUMns the ntal ..k j KSoTCt.
of the wmiay ami to transact such ;
MAJtlll J. M. OAMAliA.
S. niiLLVM. STEKOER.
IION. E. C. MAGEARLANE.
JOUN H. WISE.
HON. JOHN E.15USH.
SAMUEL JL DAMON.
HON. FriANX BBOWX
15. WIXjLLUI HOLX.
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108 KIMG STRBBT.f
Q. .. WALKEB,
Wholesale and Rotnll
Democratic - Party.
For Delegate to Congress.
(Unexpired Term Stith Conapesfv)
(Fall Term 57th Gotigre&a.r
4 SOLID VOSCBR2IL
If oiM want ivrfoctloo and 4
security In life insurano he xaui
only investtijrat carefully thu "
p!at aud roaditioas of Use Provi-
dent Baring Lif and b
oajrhly satisfied. Thceompany has v
always been looked apoa by tfe
iusaraac public as on of tar
solid and progmwivo life tau-
ancui coffipaaira of America: J.
JL Baras, ttMldesc ataaajwr.
av Maeoea builfliiw. -. ,&?.
TSsc ?. Krlfns
Tb3' ganises of St- Kks Jcv
i osed of negro Fcldler SrfroT tiw Third
TTPE5 OF EOtPIKKS WHO
IDci recruited from Jamaica and
badoH and constitute body of the beet
picked black men from these two Islands.
.mfr!caniWo the Crou.
Charles J. Sproee, th Ajneriean who
won the Victoria cree while flshtlng j
with the British In South Africa. In a
1 j a"1 waaLK,iiiiwni
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T M X?!K
V - ft ii " i 11 mill in iiiii t m" "
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CDAKLE3 J. fiPaUCE.
, been In the employ of the South
j cau Goldilclds company .o. about six
I years. When the war broke out, he en
listed in A squadron. Imperial Light
horse, which ii inostlj composed of
I residents of Johannesburg.
The Cotton Queen.
Mrs. Leila Seton Wilder Is known all
through the south 3 the cotton quee
Mrs. Wilder has one of the largest cot-
UKS. lILA 6BT0.N WILDER.
ton plantations In Alabrn n art! probably
one of the best It consists of 700
Acres bordering the banks of the. Tennessee.
It Is a model cotton plantation
Major Martin Maglnnis. whrm Governor
.Smith of Montraa tticently appointed
as senator, is" a ; ctm Hne and
prominent character Jr n jrthwestern
politics. He is a plo1 .r of Montana
and has long been active 'r tLe public.
aitairs or the state. He U a Democrat
and served as- Territorial delegate in six
congresses, from the Forty third to tho
The tomato was known up to I.S30
as a love apple" and regarded with
suspicion. It originated In Spanish
South America and, being introduced
lalo Italy from Morocco, was named
Voma del raori Moor's apple.; The
French called it "pciuiae
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did Adam aBdEvelfeV
jaoch when they was t .tra oat of the
K. Pa WelL no; not Just then, bat they
raised Cain afterwards Xow.go;to
bed. - , I
IJBTf 24 taat.
flic? MF!!.---T riittHl Stmrm mLThi , WLilUi
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a rsb, was siTa, la his o&ce at Salt - -
Test India regiment. It- wre s- , Lake CSty ae day wbes a
gned to tills isolated p"-" bccsc" of ! id and iateliigeat looking was cstered J
luolr being able to staxd the tropical "ind addressed hid. I was eonnd&t
4- BilK &&itfr
f -i j
I that 1 ksew the tsars saM Glea la
citing th circumstances, "bat I was
jaotaljs to place him. As we conversed
pleasantly tt gradually became to-
t Kansas acrcaatance; perhaps oae
fnc I had known at the uairersrty, bst
te sjwie so cnrliaUy and with saca aa
isscmptiuB of his knowing and ray
tnowicg him that 1 did. net hare ta
cerre to a?S La who he
itlary Jnst three years before.'
sas city Journal
Dtr lmt Drink.
In Byde Park I!v a young matron
who 1? of such e. nigh nervoce
that If she drinks the very smallest
rmount "f alrobolle stimulant In
former resident of Kenosha. Wis. Ho la IOZV soma to W JDe resuu is
a graduate chemist o' Yale
GSJ53a Vcrtnna of Jack and Jill.
An Englisb clergyman has written
the history of Jack, and Jill on a uew
and original pian. The first four pages
! of the hook are numbered 1. the next
four '2, and eo on up to page S. The
stories are so arranged that any page
marked 2 "can be read after auy
1, maVing jrood scns in Uie
same wuj taT 3 can be read after
page 1 or page 2; page 4 will follow
pngf 1. 2 or 3. and so on through the
eight. - Application of the laws of per
muration sbws thatrf the bok thus
contains 65,i otofles of Jack and JUL
;?ot an Oli Acquaintance.
"Do you uv an to sav that the hdrse
ran nway with yon?" said Mr. Meek,
"YeV his v.fe.
"And wouldn't stop whep vou told
"Of course he wouldn't."
"Well. I.dont know what
to say except that the horse wasn't ac-'
qualnted with you or else he wouldn't
have dared to act Ip' that manner."
A Sermon In Brief.
A man met a bull In a field. "I'll tpss
yon to see who stays." said the buIL
R"tcssed. and the man lost. Tbe
Is that H Is never to htdnlge In
gam of chnnce, especially when all
tbo odds are against you. Phi! ad
.A conscientious person onld beware
of getting Lto a p&smnfor
sharp word one speaks 6gealn
one's own heart, and such sllVera kwt
ns worse than any one else.
Tlie Club Mk
51S Fort Street.
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"In Salt Laie." coatlnaed tb
', trfend that used to prevail in TTiam
! There Is no prohlbitjoa law la Utah,
1 and we found a piece ner by that vas
suiflcJent unto oar purpocea. After I
had paid something, and he socsethlng,
vre iinlckly got along to the stag
Rhere I lnviied him to my houc for
dinner bnt ill the time T vms taxing
my mind to I-im his Identify aad
watching fora chance word that would
stfve TO .
, 'By the way. I said at Ia. wben
laid. you come out? meaning from the
J States, of course. 'Oh. I ?ot cat last
night! Ton se. they cut oft nine'
mocrha for rood bbArtor.
Irihnatedf the island- Tb lack troops - ,. broke nTer m& My'gnest
(uc """ - , sras Ptftc Curry, a celebrated mail rob-I
ficcrs of the Encash army. They have ! w.r h T iltL1 .,. - fhV n,tl,n.
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nd hiirt i ms tor mo remaiaaer oi ice nignu i
I nights ago a number of friend
dropped in for the evening, and tlje
j uuscond. who. by the wry. is a south- t
emer, ed that fcu mahe a-mint
Julep for each of the company. The
sugyPtion vrfie "v?dved with delight,
and the julep? r, erv promptly ihisel.
and hearing the of children on
the front porch stopped to llrten. Her
heart filled with motherly pride as. she
heard her elder son, a boy of tt. telling
seven or eight children from tho neigh
borhood thA th not make too I
much notea. as Ins mamma wan asleep,
luicgine her aa the young
j hopeful added: 'v,
"She draii. so much whisky last
night that she couldn't' come down to
breakfast th.'s iflUning." Kansas, City
Something He Couldat Wear.
A wealthy American who became a
convert to Home was 'very generous to
Pope Leo XIII in money matters. He
had done many generous things, and
the pope had rewarded him with orders
and medals galore. For once a
year this convert made a Pilgrimage to
Rome, where be ,was kindly received
by the holy father as a son and generally,
until the orders were exhausted,
each time was hostowed with some
fresh honor. On .such occasions all
these brave metad pieces were attached
to the rich American's breast.
"I'll soon end that," the pope remarked
to u. confidante who was at his side
during the levee. "Next time I shall
give him snuffbox," which he did,
and a beuuUful Jewejed box it was.
The following year the American
turned up again au'd was 'granted an
audience, when to the ,hoJy father's
the faithful son of the
church appeared not only with all his
medals, bn .rite the snuffbox attached
to his waistcoat. "
"The next time," the pope said; with
n comical sigh. "1" shall present him
with a marble topped table. It is the
only thing I can think of that lie cau't
tie to his waistcoat." Chicago
In his wife's 2la3s. however, he Dut LutiT A saft
only enough whisky f. fiavor the isewnl ffr reiuru id The
.water, probavj ot more than a
ispoouful. Of this she sipped about
half. vThe result, however, Mas the
fame. She was troubled with insomnia
all night Ions, cxid it was .not until 5
o'clock in the morning that she dropped
off to sleep and. as a consequence,
was not called f or breahf aat.
. At 10 o'clock she' came down stairs
ii ats 2am ten' . jmi S" "mte ptr 4 f"
"WA2TXHD, TO SSST.
"t pressed apoa aie that he irw an old , ti AXTElt To r.i ?&i&gm tov
ion or cola? the square tsuxr by a
cfos ia ; tass bwvtt fte ld rw?i .
Fi epportaaity iuu frtks ?o
away CJ sctuv A1 tea&at. CaiJ
addrvsa . 8. M5, licp&kxx. o&.
tag marshal, "we have the aarac VAXTf. .Layone aekiai; a p.-
on unu oa.
WANTED J?our or 5 roo eottage .
about 25.00. Furuislied ur. na-;
foiushed. Atkinson, AC
chaut Street. j.
il4XTHD Thirty men. aackwdn forj
UavtanQ AutuDKthile Company. Ia-
leilifent of $tmay fcajite anl svxni
rfrti ocy required. Kawidg
of suvets a Youcg dkb!
preferable. I'relimiaary iastractwa in
tciiniag kcbool sitva wtite aesr l-.
ary. UniforJws omisbed at cost.
Uood waies. Avp'.y ia persroa to
IL A. Go. at Transit Oa.3
, utSce, 411 I'ort U, between 0 aad
10:S0 or &y nwU. Box
iOf RXT Tvo aew hrick sores,
. plutii aiabfi front, oa Hotel
Apply to J.
laui baker-. ".?! -J,
Oat or two in uew boosrt fineat
of lity. one trotn ear
line : with or without board. TersM
very reasonable. Apply to' Bos 424.
YOTTNO GTiZSET. oet. Alapai
Newly furaishefl jooms with boird.
Also table board. Telephone Elue :33?1-
We h lve KEMDVHIV our
Hair Dressing mi
To Alakea Street, next ippr.
Anderson's' OlQce, opposite
Y". M. O. A. .
Cuvlers taken for .
POMPADOTTR EOIOiS, Etc
A full line of
saarA?! katr goods.
SOAX.? TKEAT3TBNT ,---
A SPECIALTY. .- -
4- jJ Special care etvea to tlie
1-vi: SJ.LEOue -
ano za order with batp and
lEHndoiia aruap&aiirent. lias :b
'. I x v'? - JTi'
a pnee oy appiyiag ai i
LOiJT By accidental , safct "opening,
largo Cam&maa mare;
weight about 5KX) lbs. .- faint star on
forehead: fat. condition; a little' paU'
pu ur irritation on fuse, but hcftdfcg.
right hind foot a little white.
pleaaa notify police station aad rctvara
will be paid. ' - S
TOE delivered now to.
all partir of the city.,
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Yocii Ouders iSulicitsh.
TelephoBQ 8161, Blue.
P. O. Box 600
9S ,i'ti .u".. vT3tt.v Itu i m nws&o1 B i
ESB " 33! PORT 6TRKET. H
CAXICOS, 30 TABDS
CALICOS, 13 YABE3
OCOHAI49, 13 TA31DS
GIHAaiS. 8 TAKUS
NEW. AND UP-TO-DATE
are the best obtainable,
'" and are sold at most moderate
? variety of supplies you
wish, you will find It
here, embodying the
ltimatea given ou application.
41 KISS Street.
sterling qualities of reliability,
TYPEWRITER AND SUPPLIES CO.
327 Mcntgonxry S4r4
San FtsukucO, CaL
'fllBEllIGflil W GOODS HSS Ittd.
&& . jl& . ;& . (& . 4 . 0Z . jS . p3? . fi& .
J 'y 53r ttlTT - E' K if ta -'
pjjf .&-- a
.'r -"! -i - --B -B-B 'im?
i a Fort Street.
MEW AND UP-TO-DATE PATTERNS
Th Hawaiian News Co., Ltd. W
Sole Agents -:- Hawaiian Islands. ii
Tile Floors I M ShimP aa.
Bath pioais. Vestilniles, Terauda?,
Green-nooses. Kitchens Walks, etc
Call and ?ee our XTosalo Tile Btove
WeartVrfeparea to fcarnleb and set all
kinds of Tile.
Moncmeate, lettered, aiwl cleaned'. o f
: .... : 'Ed
i mmrni co.
0k papers tor aale at this
THEPlqaeer Japanese PrirrHcir.Oinee
tne onijr dolly Japccee
ed la the Temtory otHawslL :;
Y.SOGA.Edor. 5 !
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor.
Edhoriul ad .Printing pU!co, wear
King bridge; King Street P: 0. Box SOT
Silent Bai'ber Shop
ArUatiMk4 : t : XotelSl
JOH TatmXAJTDIZ. ?rop.