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Hotel Street, Arlington Block.
Ladles' Woolen Bibbed Union Suits..
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iMJES11 DEPT . UPSTMKS
Pillow Tops, beautiful designs.
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MUSTEM Si 00.
STOCK AND BONO BROKERS
Money Loaned on Sugar Securities
.lust What. .Yqu
Want for the.
New Golf and Bicycle Skirts
Apparel tor Any
Kind of Weather.
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For this we shall pat on sale
Ladies' Lisle Thread Vests: low neck, no sleeves.
SQ.QOjits. Reduced to
Four for $1.00
Lisl Thread :Yest75
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Wjrmts' a Wc'e?
Ladies' Woolen Jtfbbod Undervests with Drawers to
ni'aCch.. Si. 50. Reduced to
75 and 50 cents.
A new lino otBABrES' OlilBS, OR.U)LE3.Knd
'Parlor, Bedroom and Diuiii Furaitiu.x.
Special atteutiou paid to Uudertakiuig and Embalnxuig.
Plaid Woolen Goods. $l.-50-. Reduced to
Drapery Silks, per yard
have boon reduced at least'
50 per cent.
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Ladies' Felt Hats invthe latestKapes.?.
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City Fnrmtiro: Store
H. H. WILLIAMS;
Love, Building. DJTos. 634-636 :
THE HOXOUJLd REPUBLICAN, TPESDAT. OCTODEU 30, 1000.
W& Santa Go JB6ET 6F RER
3W Uoufe aad lot oa Lillta. St. J
15,000 fioase and lot oa Alexander
1300 House aad lot on Vhieyard St,
?3.6W Housj and lot ou Yonng
- vaivi. - s
1500 House and lot on Young
10 rooms. S0xl40.
$2,500 Hoose and lot at Kalihi, nhi
$2,750 House and lot on Alapii S-;
x good view. "
$2,500 House and lot on Einaa 2t
$1.000 Large lot at Kalihi, 77iix5a
$3,900 House nJ lot at Kalihi, 155x
i.,,150. ,. -,..,..
$500 Business property oa Fort Sir.
$6,000 Lodging couse in centtr oi city.
$7,500 Investment at Kewalo; month
ly income 5110.
$4,200 Leasehold on Beretania St; 2
large stores; 20 years to run.
$7,500 Large lot with buildings en
Punchbowl St; brines in 590
$5,000 House and large lot on Queen
$1,400 Lot on Queen St, 50x100.
$S,500 Large lot with 6 cottages;
monthly income $125.
lot at Kalihi, 105x103
$6,500 Elegant residence, 225 ft front,
on Makiki St.
$5,500 Residence on Punchbowl near
Lunalilo Home, 120x150; a
$4.000 Leasehold on Beretania St; 39
years to run; net Income $30
per month. - -
t 900 Leasehold with building on
Fort St; S years to run.
Lots near Peterson's Lane, Palama;
all sizes and prices.
Lots on Austin Lane, Palama; all sizes
Lots at Kunawai oil Liliha and Judd
Sts.; all bargains.
Lots at Kewalo from ?575 up, according
$4,000 Large warehouse at Kewalo;
recently built o
$4,000 Leasehold of city front lot on
Queen St, near Fish Market
wharf; 24 years to run.
A cottage on P? terson's lane, Palama.
Possession given on the 1st of October.
Three summer residences hear city,
at Tantalus, Pearl City and NIu.
WJI. SAVIDGE & CO.
Real Cstate Agent. 200 Merchant St
Dealer in Real Estate,
223 Merchant St.
Offers Sale Lots in the Following
A few larj;e choice lots with unequaled
view; terms easy; price- from' $1.7."i0
to $2,000 rer iot.
Various lots 50x100 feet at ?2o0 to
$400 each, according to location ; terms
$25 per lot down, balance in month!
installments of $10 per lot each month.
XUCAXU TRACT ADDITION.
JTST OPENED AND DIVIDED INTO
LARGE LOTS of different sices, which
I will sell on easy monthly installments
with a small cash payment down.
Thoe lobs are almost level and have a
rich soil, produvins anjthinp anybody
, may .want to They, are only a.
couple of huudretb feet from ruuanu
avenue a:al ot easy access. A 'bus
runs to ihe premises. This 13 a rare
chance to set a pood home cheap.
Five lots on lane just above the Queen
Emma premises. - '
Near Kamehameha schni Three inside
lots on a 25 feet wide street oneasy
monthly Installments ; cheap
A larce lot with a fine -view on a goo-1
street: price SlIOO; terms easy.
Four adjoinimr lots; ajsregate area 100s
200 feet; suitable ioca'Jou for warehouse;
cheap for ea'u
A large lot on JKtcs street.
One fasd fBjcx4 at laaJ
between Liliha streerand 'insane
I lma road, close to Ktu$ street; afford
ing room for a large nmaoer ot cottages.
A bsiaess site oa Maauakea street. be
tirHP Tlt'A and Pauahi atraeti
I Xew Legal Snag- is Met
With, in Fujihara's
EEPU3LICA2' 2IASS 3TBHTIXG
ATTD A. TOSCHLIGHT
1-. other Kick
Tker isHRkely'to l"a irettr mcSs m
the Fnjihara c? before it i
Tlw ariw ooart has Instrected the
A Imrly well attended anil moderately
its iiciw i tup iuei inarKci oa u
exenias. It wai preceded by a torchlight
ry"way of advurtisenifiit. The
evcr.in? were .Tnde
F.Little.iCarl 5J. SmiUi. A. 15.
Ken Naplithaly, .Tames Mattoon
and J. D. Lewi?. Colonel Little esiioed
very clearly thu fals:ty of WiIots
to the liberalizing of the
Orsanic Act at the last session of con-Kress.
2Iay Beturn to Hilo.
"Says the Tribune : Dr. V. H.
formerly of ilito Hut more recently
in Honolulu, came up by the
Kinau for a Un das' trip in this vicinity.
Dr. lIutdiinoa lm landed interests in
Kallmann which he will look after
"Iliio is j;ettinK to )e just the
proper the doctor to a Trib
une representative. "I'm not at all sure
but I nlinll gather up my forcep? and buzz
saws when I get back to Hom'ii! i nnn
eome iip here n?a:n to. reside."
The friends of Sam Parker in nilo
have written to him ursine him to return
by the Kinau and do more stump wor!r.
There seems to be an finjiression that the
wont through the districts too hurriedly,
and ho has therefore leen asked to return
for a more extended tour ui Kona and
Hilo Masons Active.
The .Masonic fraternity of Hilo are
on the erection of a fine building
whiwh shall serve ns a home for various
lodces now established here. The Hilo
Masonic nail Association is now beiu?
formed to take steps to erect a buildim;
on Waianuenue street to cost not less
than $20,000. Subscriptions in almost
the amount needed hae been 'received
already. That a project o this sort can
, 1 be put thruush ,speak. weJL .not only for
the active life of Masonry in Hilo, but
:i1m for the general of the town
as a whole.
TJie bendy of the Inter-Island
servico is shown by the fact that foreijm
mail received In the regular course of
events by the Kinau was of the same San
Tnaicisco date as papers received by the
fcealandia directly from the coast, tcu
days before. It is this kind of thins that
helps build up "business in a community
nit. Hilo Tribune.
J. U. resigned his position
a-manager of the Hilo hotel. It
is not known astyet who will be appointed
to succeed him. Mr. McDonoush has
many friends in Hilo and tbey will be
sorry to see biin leave the town.
Got the 3rop on Vs.
The Honolulu papers devote less spj;e
to the destructive flood which reonthr befell
that city thaiv they do to an unusually
heavy dew in "the Rainy City." Too bad
it came along with the Shriners.
is such a nastj village when it rains.
Hilo TriSuaeJr .'
15ea Naohthaly, Station agent "at Olaa
for the Hilo railroad, was in Hilo on
Wednesdr.r. helpfcjg out the repablicans
in their campaign worfe.
"Tiie Hilo railroad .is about to ere-. a
number of $2,000 ottaces at VTaiakea,
near the race track, for occupancy by era- j
ployes of the road-
F. C. Le Bloide. formerly of HDo is
now located in San Erancico. where be
will prohahly remain for some time.
The encasement is announced of Captain
John Fitzgerald of Hilo to Miss
Danpbin? of Eureka, California.
Vote the stmigbt republican ticket.
TVTien you cannot sleep for coughing
it is hardly necessary that any one
should tell you tteat ytra Heed a few
doses o&Chaaibsrtala's Coogji Remedy
to allay the irritation ot the throat and
It Is gecfe Try
it For sale by Season, Smith &
ageats. Territory "of Hawaii.
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3Its U ilCEafcr.aii. wco irrirr"! Ira
i K.oi. Japan, ia :e
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yQTS MfSSlHe i rtmtimu" Kpafcr votfer
e a senuine repeblican. B a straight
A "Xelhborhootl Settlement"" In beio?!
rraniSed" at "VaiIukufor the' Ghlar?"
t the corner oi Jiain and Iarfct
treet.5. Tha "Sertlenient" will include
kindergarten and a churcL.
A roe for other than the suraickt. r
ticket is a te lot.
Captain C K. Cottrell has resitmel
si, position as wmmandin? otBrer of
o;..pany 11, X. G. II. He leaves today
or Maui to take a, noMtion a- muster
wkh the Kahului Itaiiway
means etjunl risbt8.
ote the tiekgt straWit
A .Iainese teamster ou hi way to
Vaimea, Kauai, on Friday last fell from
s wacou and was run over, one of the
ont wheels passing over his Head.
T"ien the Iwalani lefciit was thour'at
tiie man would die.
Vote for Parker then for all
.hers 011 the republican tkket.
James F. Mor:mnrwas kurreyim; tl
oYH from theseatof n Rorseous nen
'I'issi jestorday. Tiie elHcle bears
everal sisns tliat tell of the business of
ihe jjenial auctioneer and also that bis
alesrooms are on Queen street.
Vote first for Parker, then for all
others on the republican ticket.
H. E. Cooper. Wia. ERowell andU
raj Taylor made a tour of insjection
pstedny afternoop of all the iwllin
'' ues in the city.'" They nrransel for all
.ork necessary to lw done (o get tb
" jes in shape for ulection day.
II. Sakura of the Yokohama Specie
nr.k and his wife arrived from
in the Hon;konj: Mnru. 'Mr.
will take the place of Mr. Iknla
'ho has been treasurer of the bank for
aai.y years past and who returns to
There was a special meeting and reception
in the Japanese Methodist
t hurch, Kukui street, last evening in
f.onor of RevnrTokiriiasa
Mrs. T. Takahasbi. The former is to
leave shortly for Lahainn and the latter
bern assigned tq "rViea.
'traiht republican ticket." "
Mrs. F. W. Unnkey. wife of the well
Ixiowu attorney, arrivejl from the north
west Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.
will reside for the present nt the Waikiki
Ins- Throughout the "northwest Mr,
liankey is,, well known aa a writor of
hort stories and verse under the nom de
plume of Marie" Winslovv. This ij her
first visit to Hawaii.
VT. Rickard of Honokmi waH
I'entally shot in the foot while ridinp
horseback on "the plantation last week.
Ie was out hunting and in m)di way
Lis gun, which he, was. carrying pointing
i g downward, was discharged, the shot
entering his right foot and making a
wound. He was alone at the time
and had to ride five mile for medical
Perhaps the mo3t "tryin? parr of , tiie,
photographic operators lite is trie
of children, jet MNs Haskin, with
infinite skill, to find no difficulty
i i the matter.
It is surprising riie variety of poes
the little ones are led into by her skillful
h nulling, all so natural and.drhghtful.
Miss Ilaskins has a style of her own
and her efforts are "highly appreciated
bv those who are comietent to judge.
King Bros, are to be congratulated on
baring secured her service in their new-enterprise.
COYHE FiRIDE 0.
You Don't have to pay
- at. oar store-
Payment and -A
little each, month."
Come and let us explain oar Installment
Plan. -" ,- !
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B iluslin and Silk, usnally
Isold at 50c, 75o, $1IH3 oar price
15c, 25c, 35cEach
In larg variety;
sold out at
G. D. Corsets
U 'tlluidren's Summer
t ; .
waists, , 0 r
- Regular price, iOc; must be
sob' out at.
stitch 'Hose in black or white, at
A Hue line of Ladies drop
Sgairs for 50c
A nice varietyfof Window
Scrims and Curtain Nets; will
10c a' Yard
Prices have been reduced.
We are gelling laces worth 50c
per yard for 10c per yard.
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f! il S. Saclis Dn Goods Co., Ltdl
enir. wBl owa W aaarridor. Ma- j j
",l for t& Xippoa Inuasratiwi f
oxir, nwtoe coauiins . ai,. repaWwaa , K TiVffJTF k,. KU, fn, QS nAnj. nn kA 1nl1n U-4
xu ow iiaui. s iry imv u. tbrf - entire stock of Schweitzer & Co., wholesale
nt:n tbat irnsatkw i o for 5
tia. iiaivsB ?uich k ruan&z ! gdrj'goods dealers of 3an Francisco. and have placed
" ". A-" 3 ',- Vi fflf J
s i . ik menirsiot tjEioanr ts, .-s. it .
Iliu .- ! .! i
wMf1 en joy a ?srSkwal tbeeraiory yfa
ot! ret tonl?bt. Electioa of oSi S
ers will be held. The boy expert fc $
'.-e a '-: rae.
Vote firt for Parker, then for Antvt
nheftf""ba the repubJiean iieket. S v
It Rrnunorvd thaqylie hackmenj.of thf
try and particularly thoe of 113 aad;i
"Il! standi; will cive a bic parade ooa in
?elration of tle dLniJMal of
rpwM !,Vjjar.tl!? J forcr. f : -, V k
iJerw. to pnsat their case
ihinrt rnor 1 .
upon writ f error io(esd of habeas
catiivs. At tie tiin of the trial before
the circuit coart exceptions were taken
to veateen ruling of tbat court, and tt
is iiiiDtISfsf Jthe, apjad wuit W niad i.
Tbe record vf tlie trial by tiie
Jteeagrapher W in iw bftnds of the
huprtMiK; court. At the time of tlte trial
Mo3FalKin Was court stSosrapfcpr. Ili
notes have uever Ktai trancriUtl. and
how they nre to M brought as evideiwv
into tJw court . a pusxle. as
Is no loader in the countrj, and
ik othor steuocrdoer eouid probably
read hw notes with anr deeree of certainty.
.So.itjioni; ha it yujihnra would bare
to "linns on to the rope" after all.
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same onsle at prices, to-wit:
A small lot of men's umbrellas.
Will be closed eut at
50c etich. Just one third the
i A smalt lot of Boys UUhim
will bo WaistiS to bo closed ot at. ?
,h 15c Each
. ; Hooka ami Eye, regular
must te j prj o. n ixix. Our preo todnjj
i. lfo per box.
,'t Uone Ghsiii. per piece Sj
W Needles . 5c a packet of 2
. Pins 6c a sheet or ti for 25a
A lan;e assortment of Shell
and Amber Hair Pitts. Regnliu;
price 15c a carvl of 12. Ourprics
3 Cards for 25c
-I A 1 TP 3?
i ubuui uuu. juaaies
Rows, Four-in-Hands, Bn'
w in and lutf s iu a variety df
colors and desicu?, all to be
10c and 15c Each "
We have pold 2,000 of these
at S5 cents each; we ofrer theSi
now for, f
DUMP CARTS, ETC.
Merchant Street, between Fort and Alakea Streets.
Dr. A. ErMchbis
OnrtCE: -Street, with. Uir. An--
derso. Hocbs 830 to i -
'T m; T&rftJ ir
FOR TEE CELEBRATED
WE HAVE TH.E SO.L.E.AGENCyN
And have constantly, in stock Of their manufacture X
All goods' of Studebaker make are guaranteed--reliable.
i-am prepared to takca'llmiti'd
or papils in evening f ofitiatrucliouo
in shorthand (Bon Pitman System).
Apply-1 CHAS. S. 3tAltQDKZ,
OfiiwoMTie Honolula Repablicxm.