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title: 'The Honolulu republican. (Honolulu, T.H.) 1900-1902, November 06, 1900, Page 5, Image 5',
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Salmon Belli, Mackerel, Holland Herrings, Armour's
Tannins, Van Camp's Bean, Spiced Peaches
A Full Line of Crackers
Iifaone. Ew., Etc--
Bonbons and Candies, Hans,
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Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers.
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from Eastern Factories
LARGE SHIPMENT OF
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
Benson, Smith & Co., ltd.
lOrn: &x& 4. Model Blocs.
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P. O. Box tU
I Kaliablo and Confidential Watchmen ruraished on short notice tor
lesidencos. Property, Etc Fust-class reference f urmshea.
Read The Sunday Republican
WE HAVE DOZENS of pianos
taken in eichango
which most be disposed of aa we
have no room for them in oar
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PAY A LIT I Lfc uuwn,
balance in small monthly pay-
BORD $ 25 00
OHAPPEL 20 00
KNABE 150 00
FISCHER 165 00
i STEINWAY 75 00
t BOURSE 25 00
? BENSEN 30 00
i -Every piano guaranteed exact-Jj
ly as represented.
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Old papers for Bale at this office.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. Ltd.
A new line of Surreys, Buggies, Runabouts, Phaetons,
Buckboards, Harness, Whips, Lamps, Robes, Etc.
Pacific Vehsole & Supply Ge, ltd.
BERBXANIA STEBET - - HBXT TO THE FIEE STATION.
CARBON KB FOUNTAIN DRINKS
NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS REFRESHING
IN TI1E U1GUEST DEGREE PERFECT
Great Variety of Flavors Movwltle Added Frequently
Our, ichy a Speoial Feature
Natural Fruits Our Own Selection
Our Ice Cream "par Excellence" the Finest
FOUNTAIN, COKORT SM10m 57 5.
Noted as the Coolest Corner in Town.
" '" "
That's Alcolia .
Xowest and most useful
traveling or pocket stove made. Ml
ti i. i t i, n- ilr
J.Ir IUIIKU eij itut "rati
is perfectly safe; no leaking or
Alcolia is poouomical and
It bas to
and no disadvantages.
This little stove is
Curling Jrons "
Since we spoke of Alcolia
last week the little stoves
have been selling like hot
cakes. Yoi will want one
sometime. Come in and see
them used and qll that "ere
have said' of them will "be
25 and 4,0 cents.
VQUX AJTDDKQ ST2XBT.
II runt NT1 "
In Different Gamps the
Day Before the
WILCOX UTS ITS NT iFUM
rmxsam dath8 patt
Tuaf rmox last xatjx
Therea and T. McCanta Btwrtrt
Save a Pumji at
Anna oa Bethel ,
Governor Dole caae to the decision
Sunday to settle the voting problem by
ordering extra tooths for all the; confuted
precincts- Mr. Cooper's plan to ksep
the polls opca after 5 o'clock was aban
doned when last Saturday the party
leaders failed to come to an arreenwat
and pledge to make no contests.
The Saturday conference also failed
to bring out an agreement on the proposition
to add more booths.
Governor Dole, however, considered the
dancer of a coaSict at the polk serious
enough to warrant his xsakisg the order.
ConsqaDtly he announced at the executive
council yesterday morning the action
he had decided upon.
Acting upon orders from the executive.
Jar. Uowell of the public works department
was busy yesterday putting in the
extra booths. Three extra booths were
put in the Second and t'oorth precincts
of the Fourth district, giving them six
each. Two extras were put in the First
and Fifth precincts, giving them fire
each. In the Fifth district, the Seventh
preciart was given three extra, making
six ; the Eighth, two extra, making fire ;
the Ninth, one extra making four.
It i believed that with these facilities
the election can be gone through with
The fish born and other detonators
were doing mighty service last night.
Look carefully sver your ticket. Bee
that there are no omissions or misprint.
Look out for boomerangs. They are
due and will be flying about quite lively
Hawaiian voters are having their political
eye teeth cut. They will be lt
easily handledtAnother year.
Prini-e David left o a special train for
Waianae yesterday- afternoon and after
speaking there returned to Honolulu In
time to sneak at the That
ended his campaign.
The republicans had an enthusiastic
meeting at Kamflijiili on 'Sunday
The speakers were Glarepce L,
Crabbe. Moses Makuina, Wm. H. Hoogs,
Philip 'flone, Ja. H. Boyd. 8am
Just so that It- may not be orerlooktd,
tha republicans would temind the votr
that there are four delegates to congrm
to choose from; there's H. T. Shaw, the
socialist labor candidate, not often heard
of but still in th ring.
C. J. Falk bet Arthur Wilder
day $200 to fW on Md?iney agajpat
Bryan. In a group or stocx orotera
and others at tht Hawaiian Investment
building, where this wager -was laid, several
bets were made on how different
states would go.
Trince David, K. . McClanahan aad
suite returned from Maui and Molokai
on Sunday evening, vailuku, Hana,
Lahaina and Kalaupapa were Tinted
and meetings held at each. The passage
was very rough. The meeting at the
leper settlement is counted upon by ft
ds'mfrcrats. tg feare H VOWilHW.
A hundred or more of democrata were
at the wharf Sunday night to receive the
Wilcox indignantly denied yesterday
that he had sold out to the democrats,
as asserted by Markham, to the republicans
er to PPT ne el8et "I in e
light to win and I will win. I haw
never thought of fusion and no money
or other consideration could induce me
to retire. I also deny saying that the
democrats had all become independents.
That was a misconstruction of a report
Truth is. we do not need democratic votes.
We hare more than enough of our own."
Bethel strtet at King, has been the
center ot the battlefield in Honolulu for
some, days past The headquarters of
the independent party is located near
there and the republicans and democrats
Invaded their reservation carrying the
battle under their very noses. The defi
ras promptly accepted ana tne oatue
has been sealously but good naturedly
waged day and night It was not as
warm yesterday as" it was op Saturday
nd Sunday, The only really intersstiag
feature was the larger representation of
women who were working more earnestly
and more bitterly than the men.
vOHeiAn )xrMtB T. McCants Stew- I
art and Theresa was a rather fanny I
nd and the stalwart wife of Wilcox I
actually made the former Liberian stu
dent blush. Shs spoke about "damn
niggers and tilings ro tne paimoi aston
ishment of the black republican zealot.
It was a great, field day, bu the crawi
was good nature!, save tha won, who
4o pot sera to sti well the jibes, jter
Ud jokes laevkat, H casipaifaiBe. The
oaly startllag coMsetiafi of the day was
whn a sansaR saaaer attempted to elsaa
not th VetroDslitaa seat market. Hs
was knocked dowa far his palas
esxted awar to atisea. This, ho
had to do with aark, aot pobrjcs.
Politics was aaceriy discassed all lay
pa the waarfa jffiritay aad the chaaora
f the difsfset laaiijstwi talk erar.
Bets werf e4r aH 'alsa proaaad
Daring the asaa aaer th difereat
wata af it haasser aad taaaa.
Oe.Brwar'a waar.Ae desecrats aaM
Coariaeie eajkreatk raft
:: pebsonals. ::
. rTk peBs.cIa at 5.
'o poafic &gm today.
Vote early, bat only oc.
fret la j oor vote before 5 o'dock.
The alcoE wSl all be dosea today.
J. H. We has retnraed froas MauL
llecac Crabbe U ioaw fre& KasaL
Tfe town wiH taker a holiday today.
Jcdga Smtm't coort will be open
A bk7eU haa been fossd. See classified
tia clecxios retJKss in tosajrrow
Be a gsls repcblicas. Be a straigit
Hawaiian lodge. F. and A. iL. held a
bssiM stetisg last evening.
Aboct all the politkiana are back
home, ready to do their duty today.
Enoka. who was crushed to death on
Saturday, waa a former steward of
C. 8. Desky expects to start the Pacific
Heights electric road thi after-coon.
The schools will not take a vacation
today, save where the buildings are used
for election purposes-
The choicest of grapes are selected
for Bacchus brand, California Sauterne.
which makes it a pure wine. W. C Peacock
& Co., agents.
Ladies raincoats, with detachable
cape.", nothing better for this rainy
weather, at bargain prices at B. F.
& Co., Fort street
The Women's Guild of the Second
Congregation of St Andrew's will give
a fancy tea and sale of useful and fancy
articles on Saturday. November 17, from
2:30 to 3:30 p. m.
Queen Liliuokalani was present at a
special praise service in Kawaiahao
church Sunday evening. Theo. Richards
was in charge of the music and Mr.
Wfetervelt had reneral supervision of
Revenue Collector Haywood was a passenger
on the China this morning for San
Francisco. H will return by the same
boat and get his affairs in shape for immediate
removal to Washington.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Board of Missions will be held
in the parlors of the Central Onion
church today. Mrs. J. M. Whitney, recently
returned from an European trip,
will talk on English cathedrals. The
executive board will meet at 2 o'clock.
Lilly Keliikauila, beloved wife
of Jas. X. K. Keola. at Wailuku, Maui,
on October 28, 1900, of consumption,
aged 28 yean.
Vota the straight republican ticket
Hew l Treat Troublesome Corn.
To reraort a troublesome corn or bun-lou:
First soak the corn or bunion in
warm water t soften it then pare it
down as closely as possible without
drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's
Pain Balm twice d.aily, rubbing vigorously
for flf Ullnutw at each application.
A corn plaster should be worn for
a few days to protect it trom the shoe.
as a gentral liniment for sprains, bruises,
lameness and rheumatism, Pain Balm i
unequaJeA Tor ale by Uenson, Smith
k Co., geasral agents, Territory of Hawaii.
VoU taa straight republican ticket
VoU frst for Parker, then for all
Vote prsf fa? Packer, then for all
others gn the republican ticket
G. H. BROWN
Estimates made on everything in the
Office Territorial Stables Building, King
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BISHOP & CO.,
Offloe at building on
Savings Deposits will bo received
and interest allowed by this Bank at
4t per oont. per annum.
Printed oopies of the Hu ea and
may b obtained on
BISHOP & CO.
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Great in result!!!
lis the CARBON
Hawaiian News Co
Lt'd., is distribut
ing samples of.
A latg tok of m
rived by thm Aa-
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
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THE HOSOWJMJ JBZ'TnJlJcal! JKDAliJWTOfflllj. im
Wj carry a complete line or 3sylth nnd Cp-vi Dam
Dozen Stanley and Wachusett Shirts. Tho
usual One-Fifty quality. A profusion of
patterns to select- from.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., la
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY HARNESS
"With rubber trimmings and patent leather finish.
These goods cannot be bought elsewhere for thv
prico at which we offer them.
OUR STOCK OF
Fly Nets, Lap Eobes. Whips. Lamps, Sheepskin
Mats, etc., is tho largest m Honolulu.
iOURS IS THE RIGHT KIND:
$ Each Per Dozen $J2
cjUhitney & marsh, litd.
519 Fori Street.
Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd,
Are lenvPa on tho rreo of oommerce.
'ou may pluck them or hhi! for
them to fnlL Easy, if you h ive
BomethinB to do it with Tb rurht
klntl nf mr,.hnnliB will uttrtii't
tomere aa surely rs a. will cut away iHoMt.
THE WORTH OF OUR GOODS makes praiao needless. Our Fail
Furnishings are the latest patterns, tho moat stylish and beat. tnr
Clothing is widely known for itn make, tit and wear. Our pruvs
the lowest possible for tho high-class goods wo carry. Wa pay
HASH and sell forKASH. That is why we cin oiTord to 8U tn
best goods at prices you would have to pay others for tho poorest.
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS. TWO TELEPHONES, 90 and ..78. fj
P. O- SOX S6B.
0 anJ 11 Hotel Street, aad Corner or Tort anil Hotel Su-mi.
Five Grades of Distinction
ARE REcbjXIZED IN AWARDS GrEN AT THE
The First, which outranks all Medals, is the DipioAa of
Grand Prix. Following this in order mnned, ar
the Gold, Silvor and Bronze Medals and tfoaotfttie
The Remington Typewriter
has received the "Grand Prix." For exhibition a the
Store of the Pacific Cycle & Mfg. Co., Ehlers Block,
H. Hackfeld S Co., Ltd,
'Dealers for the Hawaiian Territory.
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