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News of the Courts,
J. Alfrttl Magoon was yesterday
iieniumwit administrator of
tin- estate of Benjamin E. Steigmann
under bond or $3,000 for the faithful
discharge uf his duties.
TIib suit of Lovejoy & Co. vs. t
WaikiW lletich Co., has been appeal ;d
trout hm adverse decision in the District
Court to the Circuit Court. The
amount sued for Is n balance of Jul
on liquor bill.
TImi onse of the Territory against
Manuel and Rita Silva, charged with
disUliitts spirituous liquors without a
..cettse, was continued yesterday to
the Hxt term of thp Circuit Court by
The Attorney Genoral and P. M.
Hruokst attorney for defendant in tha
cww of 'Wong Kwni, charged with
oirtmu in possession, have entered
into an agreement allowing the
oT'tlio case during a vacation of
Au order has been signed In the Circuit
Court appointing ueorge Clark as
receiver In the suit against C. Akau.
C. Ako and C. K. Al. by H. Hnckfeld &
Co. He is authorized, under a bond of
$15,000 to receive all of the estate of
C. Akau. Including money and effects,
ronl and personal, and to collect all
outstanding debts. He may sell at
public auction all or any part of the
estate according to his judgment and
niay omploy such servants as he
deems necessary. The amount pf the
claim to be satisfied is $4,463.01.
W. F. C Hasson, who is suing W. H.
Pain ot al. for dissolution of
doing business under the
name ot the Palawal Valley and "Upland
Development Association, has
Mod a dumaud for numerous papers
upon the defendants to be used In evidence
in the suit. Five joinders in
the demurrer of Pain were filed
AT THE ORPHEUM,
Excellent Promise of Good Things in
Store for Its Patrons.
There is an excellent promise oJ
good programs In store for theater goers.
The Orpheum management has
been making vigorous efforts to raise
the standard of their performances
and can now present a program that
will please eren the most fastidious.
The present entertainment has some
turns of more than ordinary merit, and
the arrival of the new artists by the
Chlua contributes for Thursday night
a metropolitan entertainment in which
ail are stars, absolutely without a weak
feature In the bill.
Alice Raymond, cornetist, is known
to every patronirer of vaudeville. As
a soloist she stands without a peer.
Mabel Le Claire, handsome and with
a magnificent voice, once prima donna
with the Dostonians, will draw many,
Ida Howoll. comedienne; Kerkanip,
IOE delivers! now to
all parts of the city.
Yodk Orders Solicited.
Telephone 3161, Blue.
P. O. Box 600
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER aS, igoo.
- BON SONS,
Jor Sal? By
LEWIS & CO.,
Grocers Sole Agents
HART & GO.
THE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Pmo Chocolates and Confections.
Ice Cream and Ices "Water.
ITarble, Granite and Blue Stone
Monuments lettered aud cleaned
Stone yard, between King and Hotel
on Alakea Street.
SAFES . . .
THE MOSLEK The best in the
world. Call and examine our stock.
Ve have sold 250 SAFES since
November 1st, 1899.
MIAM IR8N FENCE
S HONUMENTAL GO.
641 Kim: Street.
Geo. L Martin
C VM I A DC
lir i jj Mnt
NEWS WORTH READING
Anybody who Studies their Own Interest, Must Buy From
tenor, and Hanlon and Singer,
are all well known. Every one
of tin m was originally brought to thf
Coast for the Orpheum, San Francisco,
and have appeared successfully on
that circuit. Conlon and Ryder, and
Adams, are deservedly being held
over by the management.
The Thanksgiving, Day program
snouKl fill the house and establish a
new record aud increased clientele for
the local house.
The program will be thoroughly
metropolitan and leave small room fai
Tonight's program sees the Dulcic
Sisters. Deming and Carroll. DeSnsco,
Drightllng and Walton appear for the
last time. The two last named have
in theatrical parlance "doubled" and
nre presenting a neat little sketch
Conlon and Ryder's local topics made
a hit, and Adams presented two fresh
songs fully up to lis standa:d
Not the Right Report.
. Through one of those blunders that
sometimes occur in the best regulated
newspaper offices the weather re-Dort
at the head of the editorial page
was not chnnged Monday night the old
report of last Saturday appearing
Tuesday morning following the heavy
storm of -Sunday and Monday afternoon.
An effort has been made ever
since The Repuuucan was started to
make the dally weather-report a special
feature of the paper, care being
taken to give Professor Lyons' reports
with accuracy, owing to tueir value,
not only to the local reader, but to
readers abroad who are anxious to
know what the daily weather in Honolulu
is. For this reason It is felt that
an explanation of the mistake of Monday
night Is due the readers.
I isssT. a
Just what to give your friends for Christmas drop into our
store, we will solve the question by showing you our Large
New Stock of Holiday Goods, such as new pieces of Steklixg
Silver aud Cur GLAbS "Wake, "Watch, Rings, Beauty and
Stick Pixs, Biucelets, Off Buttons, and in fact everything
keptfin a first class Jewelry Store.
"We have scores of beautiful things that exquisite taste
says are cxactry riglit for Christmas Gifts. "We are selling
these goods at Coast Prices.
"We would be pleased to show you our stock whether
you buy or not.
532 Port Street
YLISH AND UP-TO-DATE
-:Is bur ne stock of :
We can say without a doubt that these
are the handsomest goods ever shown
iu the furniture line in Honolulu.
THE COYNE FURNITURE CO.
Progress Block, Fort St.
R. W. ATKINSON
Room 11, lagoon Block, Merchant St.
Advertising aid Cmral Agent
: IV! F3 L-O Y IVI E IM T
TIFT P ' -Cashiers
A. COwiX, Manager
Rpmi.t am. Houses andEooms
Business tsea will tell yon 8
thatan ad in Tke $
an Isriuss jgwod results be- $'
cause the jkupte read it.
I Iih lull smite
518 Fort Street.
Erst dass rigs at fair prices.
TilHkm 477. laehtiii "Piw'IS.
DR. V. J. G1LBMITH.
Office vi Resiikwi:
CoasEs Berexxsix akd Alakea Sts.
OFFICE to 10 ju jc, 2 to
4 p. an and 7 to 8 p. m.
SU2TDA YS-0 to 10 a. a, 7 to 8. p.
I SEAHLE JEER f
& Oh. Draught or in Bottles
i at " a
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD., have much pleasure in announcing that they have
been successful in purchasing at their own price a large portion of the stock 01
L. 0. Thompson & Co., 898-900 Broadway, N.Y.,
who made an assignment for the benefit of their creditors, on beptemoer id.
Our MR. KERR happened to be in New York at the time this stock was sold: but he had already purchased largely when this opportunity presented itself.
for floods suitable for tin- market which was accepted.
Wi- are nrnv in a petition to otter the finest stock of Dry Goods ever brought to Honolulu at prices never known before and probably will never be heard of again
There are barain in every Department t)f this exteiishe stock. The following are only a few of the Leaders:
Cotton Challies Beautiful patterns, fast colors
85 yards for $1
American Shirtings Guaranteed to retain color even if ,
boiled in soda '.'
20 yards for $1 f
Liberty Silks Black Grounds, White Floral Designs.
15 yards for $1
Ginghams Fast Colors, New Sty lcs.Chccks and Stripes
14 yards for $1
French Organdies Lovely Goods, a quality worth '25
cents per yard; our price "
Per yard. 10 cents
Some extra superior lines. We will otter for
15 cents and 20 cents-
Satin Parisienne We have a beautiful line of these
goods; we could only get a few pieces; Dark Winter
Shades, Rich Floral Effects; make a handsome waist
35 cents per yard
Notwithstanding this he made an otter
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT ii MEN'S FURNISHING DEPT
In spite of the big rise in the Cotton Market, this purchase
has enabled us to sell Goods in this Department
cheaper than ever. Why pay an increase when we-,
otter you special inducements? -
Turkish Towels We have over' 3,000 dozen in stock;
anyone can examine our books if they doubt the quantity.
We had to take the lot or none. Come and judge
$1.00, $1.50, $1.75 $2.25 per dozen
Bed Spreads s6 other house could ever come near us
for value in tlTese goods, but this purchase permits us
to do better than ever. We can sell them at
75 cents, $1.00 and $1.25 apiece.
Others may quote same price, but price is nothing; examine
Shirt Waists Such bargains we" can never get again
thev are true fitting and of the newest cut; Marvelous
Yalue. Our prices
50c. 65c. 75c. 85c. and $1
HERE AGAIN WE SHINE. Gentlemen, if you don't
- .know where our Store is ask the Ladies, they all know.
If vou find it inconvenient to call before 5 p. m.. our
closing hour, step in at lunch time. We will be happy
to show you the Goods. If you don't buy now, you arc
sure to do so when wanting.
We have the very newest styles in MEN'S HATS direct
from New York.
If you want a Hat come and look at ours, the price is half
that of other stores, and the variety and style
Men's Shirts Our customers ask us , how -we can sell
them so cheap. We'll tell you. Where others buy
10 dozen we buy 100 dozen.
RR & CO. Ivtcl.
We can give you good
45, 50, 65, 75 and 90 cents
an'd up to any price you require and in any style.
Our Golf Shirt (soft bosom) at
cannot be bought elsewhere for less than 1.50.
Men's Patent Elastic Seam Drawers, any size you .want,
The finest stock of Neckwear in the city
A KOARING ONE ACT SKETCH
CONLON and RYDER'S
Eoariug Farce Comedy
(k 5FRINQ CHICKEN
And an entirely new
Eulivenod wth Songs and Choruses bv the entire Comjauy.
Prices25, 50 and 75 Cents I
-. ' Roy Ctftlnf OnAt, CMAM. t a m
TELEPHONE 540. I
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