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We are Just in Receipt Tg
uOT) WjJ 1,- .
Shell Combs and Pins,
flail Ornaments, Etc.
JLl.0.a Kew Stock of Human Hair Goods orjjor .
These Goods are
Miss M. E. Killean
Woolen Blankets and
JUst in Time for
Wo have them at all
prices. Our cheapest is
$1.50, we also have some
tilled with down at 6.50
and a few beautiful silk
$14.00 and $15.00.
A good quality.
Filled with Silk Floss
Come and inspect them;
they are really good
The Genuine SGiiVen's Elastic
See that every drawer is marked "Scrivens."
We claim that this drawer is far superior to anything
in the market.
75 cents per pair or $8.50 dozen.
City Furniture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager
Love Building:, Nos. 534-536 : : : : Telephone 846
A new Hue of BABIES' ORHJS, CRADLES and CARRIAGES,
Parlor, Bedroom and Dining Furniture.
Special attention raid to Undertaking and Embalming'
WHIPS WHIPS WHIPS
Per S. S. Queen 75 dozen o
whips of all styles and grades
Prices from 25 cents to $10.
Dozen lots at reduced prices.
We also received a' full line
of Harness Supplies.
r &T T
Handsome mtne of -
now on Display.
the Gold Weather
$4.00. Buys a nice pair
white Woolen Blankets,
assorted color borders.
We have them to suit' all
made in California for
We have theni In ail
sizes, small and -large.
If you want to make one.
we have them as small
4x4 inch. v
NO. 6S9, KING STREET
P. O. BOX 791
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAS, IUXSP1T,.S0VIMBEU.13, 1900. --o-
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$3,500 House and lot oa Ulina St.,
56xlIS; 6 rooms.
House and lot on College 3U
72x123; noose contains 7 room.
$5,000 House and lot on Alexander
53,300 House and lot on Vineyard 3U
J3.C0O House and lot on Young SL,
$6,500 House and lot on Young St,
10 rooms, 50x140.
$2,800 House and lot at KaUbi, Tlz
$2,75i House and lot on Alapal St;
$2,600: House and lot on Klnan St.,
nnn r -.-, . int iraitht
1 w fee jtk nb ooiiiii, .tsiw.
$3,900 House and lot at Kalihl, 15Sl
j $5,500 Business property on Fort St,
( $6,000 Lodging house in centtr of city.
i $7,500 Investment at Kewalo;
' 1v inrnma 4110.
$400 Leasehold on Beretania St; 2
large stores; 20 years to run.
. $7,500 Large lot with buildings on
Punchbowl St; brings in $93
$5,000 House and large lot on Queen
$1,400 Lot on Queen St, 50x100.
$8,500 Large lot with C cottages;
monthly income $125.
$1,250 Large 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 $90
t 900 Leasehold with building on
Fort St; 8 years to run.
Lots near Peterson's Lane, Palama;
all sizes and prices.
Lots on Austin Lane, Palama; all sizes
Lots at Kunawai off Liliha and Judd
Sts.; all bargains.
Lots at Kewalo from $575 up, accord-
!np tn lncattnn
$4,uuu .uarge warenouse 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.
Possession given on the 1st of October.
Three summer residences near city,
at Tantalus, Pearl City and Niii.
TO. SAVIIK3E & CO.
Real Estate Agent, 206 Merchant St
J. H. SCHNACK
Dealer in Real Estate,
223 Merchant St.
Offers Sale Lots in the Following
A few large choice lots with unequaled
view; terms easy; prices from $1,71)0
to ?2,000 per lot.
Various lots 50x100 feet at $230 to
$400 each, according to location ; terms
$23 per lot down, balance in monthly
installments of $10 per lot each month.
NEUANU TRACT ADDITION.
JUST OPENED AND DIVIDED INTO
LARGE LOTS of different sizes, which
I will sell on easy monthly installments
with a small cash payment down.
These lots are almost level and have a
rich soil, producing anything anybody
may want to plant. They are only a
couple of hundred feet from Nuuanu
avenue and of easy access. A 'bus
runs to the premises. This is a rare
chance to get a good home cheap.
Fie lots on lane just above the Queen
Near Kamehameha scho I? Three inside
lots on a 25 feet wide street on asy
monthly installments ; cheap.
A large lot with a fine view aft'JfQod
street; .price $L200: tenSs eaftA
, ' 4- a
A magnificent large corner ot with.fine
viewin the choicest part ,pfrKahili:
half cash, balance at your own
This is a real bargam.s i
Four adjoining lots; aggregate area 100s
200 fcefr suitable iou!ou lor warehouse;
cheap for' ari'u
A large let es Kiag wtMmk.
One aad et a km
Litis atnet aai Ibmm
Ibbq resd, cleat s aUt,
; the town ;
The Cboial society held a metis at
th- Central Union ciarch Lwt ereaiag.
The Yoanr ilea's Democratic dab
will be ssac a jwnnanent organisation.
"Wm. White of 3Iant denies
that he will re.n to
to Mr. Wilcor.
President Sweeney of the Seattle
Brewiar and ilaltinjr company will be in
Honolulu to visit his patrons on Saturday
It is understood that V. O. Smith
will be made a meaiber of the board of
health. He denies that he is to be pres
ident of the board.
Jaon Chiu. a Chinee mes boy of
the transport Solace, was arrested lat
ulsht and lept in the city prison. Hi
offense is being ashore without perauV
The regular monthly meeting of the
Japanese Temierance society was held
evening at S o'clock at the Japanese
Methodist church. Kukui street,
just behind St. Louis college.
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Robert Grieve Publishing Company
Limited, will be held at the 'office of the
president. "W. A. Henhall. on
street, on Wednestlay. November
14. at 4:0 o'clock.
At the urgent request of a number of
the communicants of the Anglican church
of Wailuku Maui. Ilev. Wm. Ault ha
transferred his residence to Wailuku and
hereafter he will only hold s"rvices once
a month at Lahaina. The friends of
Kev. Mr. Ault hae agreed to raie a
fund to be ued as his stipend.
Altout two weeks ago. Fugita. a Japanese
residing at Honouliwai. Molokai.
Ift his home alout 2 o'clock in the afternoon
to kill with giant powder.
No one accompanied him. About "
o'clock that same afternoon a native te-turning
from I'ukoo found the dead !ody
of Fugita ljiug on the sand beach about
1.000 from his home.
Work on the of the Rapid
Transit railwaj was begun yestenlay
moining on Wilder avenue Waikiki of
Alexander, dose to the college corner.
A big gang of men was on hand and.
aided by plow and scrapers, went to
I work breaking ground for the roadbed.
L. It. liallantyne. the manager of the
company, and 1. J. Amweg. the engineer,
were present when the work was begun.
The independent party has fuljv organized
a the home rule part; '; the
election of the following officer r President.
1). Kalauokalani : vice prei'tci.t.
J. K. Kaulia; treasurer, Jesse Makai-nai:
auditor. J. K. Prenderpist : secretary.
J. Iv. Nakookoo. The following
were to net with the officers as an
vcecutive committee: James Qtiinn.
John Emmeluth. It. N. Boyd. William
Moman. D. Kalauokalani. lr. S-. K.
I'ua. William II. Kailimai. Joseph Ciark.
Solomon Meheula, D. Kauuha.
Republicans Hove Headquarters.
Rei)uhlicau lieadijuarters have been
nioed atross the hall into loom No. 0
in the Elite building. The two large
rooms facing the street lune been
by Chairman Kennedy and his
force. Secretary Hendry and the financial
secretary will be ou duty regularly
in room (5 for a while longer.
Governor Too Heavy a Load.
f'rowi the iVnrnii Hcruhl.
If any one cues to go to the trouble
to figure it out he will tind that a
cause for the defeat of the republican
part on this island was the apioiutuient
of Governor Dole by President McKinley.
The Hawaiian hae not been friendly to
Governor Dole since the overthrow of the
monarchy, and when his appointment as
chief executive of the islands was announced
many old line republicans saw
the finish of the party in so far as Hawaii
was concerned. To preach to the
Hawaiian-, that it was the republica'i
party that brought them out of the wilderness,
and then have a man as unpopular
as Governor Dole foisted upon them,
was too much for the average kanaka to
swallow. White citizens generally hoped
that the islands would go republican because
with a republican congress there
would be a chance for statehood and an
opportunity for the jeople to elect a governor
of their choice. That hope
if the other islands do as well for Wilcox
as Hawaii. The home rule iirty has 10
majority except in Ireland, and. unfortunately
for the people, Wilcox i? not being
Perhaps the most triu part of the
photographic operator's, life is the handling
of children, yet Miss Haskins, with
infinite skill, seems to find no difficulty
in the matter.
It is surprising the variety of poses
the little ones are led into by her skillful
handling, all so natural and delightful.
Miss Haskins- has a ty!e of her own
and her efforts are highly appreciated
by those who are competent to judge.
King Tiros, are to be congratulated on
having secured her services in their new
Dr. W. H. MAYS
OFFICE HOURS: 8 to 10, 1 to 3,
7 to S.
SUNDATS: 9 toll.
VOTTNG STRKKT.lMt. Alapai and
Newly famished rooms with board.
Also table board. Telephone Blue" 3371-
J. H. FltHlit,
" CV 'Silff TV '
The taxpayers are hereby notified that
th proprty taxes for !!. are bow
due and payable to tB deputy awsor
of the several districts, at the time and
places mentioned ia the notices posted
throughout the districts.
Section 2D. Act 3L Session Law?. 1S
-"If any property tax shah remain unpaid
after the Lth day of Norember ic
any year. 10 per cenrof the amount of
such taxes shall iv added by the'assessor
to the amount of such taxes at said date,
and shall become and be collected a
part of such taxes."
AH property taxes not paid by Novem
ber 13 will be delinquent
The delinquent list will be published
after December 1. 1W0.
Assessor. 1st Division. Island of Oahu.-
There will be a special meeting of the
stockholders of the Robert Grieve Pub
lishing Company. Limited, at the office
of William A. Henshall. President, on
Kaahnmanu street. Honolulu. II. T- on
Wednesday. November 14. A D. 1000
at 4 :30 o'clock p. m. of said day.
The general nature of the business to
be considered will be the resignation of
the business manager of the company, the
selection of a new business manager of
the company, the purchase of additional
machinery and supplies, and such other
business as may ,be properly brought before
J. II. FISnER.
Secretary Robert Griecc 1'ulliihing Co
Dated Honolulu, n. T.. November 11,
A. D. 1900.
"I"M MM' M ! .-.. KM.
We have EEMOVED oar
Hair Dressing and
Manicuring Parlors t
To Alakea Street, next to Dr
Anderson's Office, opposite
1". M. C. A.
Orders taken for
t POMPADOTJB BOLLS, Etc
A full line of
i HUMAN HATR GOODS.
Special care given to the
Telephone .... J343
Misses De Lartigue
A ti i A tT Ti i A T T AAtVtiftt! A Jt J
I R. W. ATKINSON
mises in the Magoon J
CALL AND REGISTER
I Room 11
1 &fe c
I HEmanthat is content to
whisper down a well.
About the kind and quality
of goods he has to sell,
Will never make one-half as
As he who climbs a tree and
LL ABOUT THE MCE
1 NEW EUD BAKERY
Serves every morning and noon in its
cool Tjmai, and which only a first-class
Bakery could afford to furnish
at the price. Booms reserved for
We stake up lunches, also cold sliced
baa, cheese and, sardine sandwiches,
in any quantities, for basket picnics.
Nw EiUmI Baktry
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s i Wei ntOPLE
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I TOY CAN INVARIABLY BUY FROM US, A
8 single yard or Article at less than Wholesale
XX prices. There is certainly no one store, or com-
II bination of stores, can quote prices that we cannot
k match and oftimes go one better. All that we
ask is, that the Ladies Examine Our
We "have sufficient
a and Qualities of Our Wares, to, know that it is fy
terly impossible to match' them, let alone beat 1
We have some genuine surprises in values in
U. S. Saclis Dry
& WE HAVE THE
And have constantly in
IF ARM WAGONS I
All goods of Studebaker make are guaranteed reliable.
Merchant Strdet, between
Dr. A. Efichols
Bn Goods Co.
confidence in the Styles a
Ooods Co., Ltd t y,
stock of their manufacture &
CARTS, ETC. I
Fort and Alakea Street;
Silent Barber Shtp
tec naat far a mm aar C aat DIHTIST.
READ THE REPUBLICAN, READ THE REPUBLICAN
Orncc: Alakea Street, with Dr. Am-
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