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title: 'The Honolulu republican. (Honolulu, T.H.) 1900-1902, November 29, 1900, Page 3, Image 3',
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FOHTY years practice, lleforoncea if
desired. AH kinds of Musical Instruments
Timed and Jtepairod.
Office With IronPenco,
anil Monumental Co. 17G to ISO S.
King Street, Lincoln Block. Phono
Kesidenct Occidental Hotel. Phone
The Union Express Co.,
Office with Evening?Bulletin.
5tl(( King Street -:- -:- Telephone 86.
We inovo safes, pianos and furniture.
Wo haul freight and lumber.
Wo sell black ami white sand.
Wo meet all incoming coast. Btenmcrs,
we check biiggjigo on all outgoing
W. LARSEN, c
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Metropolitan Meat Co.
10S KING STREET.
O. J. WALLER, ... Manage.
Wholesale and Retail
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
Dr. W. H. MAYS
OFFICE HOOKS: 8 to 10, 1 to 3,
SUNDAYS: 0 to 1L
Astor House Restaurant
CorncrKing'S: Alabcalstrcots. f
Meals servedt Mouts.
First class in every detail
Pacific Import Co.
Progress Block, Fort Street
e Covers at 40cts
e Covers at 75cts
500 Dozen Ladles' Fancy Border Handkerchiefs at 50cts. a dozen
Ladies' Crasii and Duck Dress Skirts 'to close out at great reductions;
50eis, 75cts and Oflcts a Skirt
Colored Lawns in Fast Colors, .in large variety of patterns, regular
15cts Goods. We wil offer this week at 8 per Yd
Goods displayed in our windows
.allies' Shirt Wast Sale.
Prices cut in ha f.
$ UILETS HONOLULU GYGLERT CO.. Ltd.
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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1900.
REQARO IT AS DESECRATION. MCCARTHY'S OBJECT LE9QN.
For all Kinds of Work
(LAND AND MARINE)
Dynamos and Machinery
(THE UNION ENGINE)
- Sole Agents: THE YON HAM lr0MG CO. ITD.
P. O.Box 441
Bicycle Repairing Our Specialty.
We are the pioneers in that line In Honolulu and carry a very
large line of parts for repairs. Now Js the time to have your wheel
overhauled and put in sood shape: during this wet spell you can
spare it for a few days. Hare. theTnune enameled. We can do you
a job equal to factory work in awenranee atid far more durable
than the average factory job. A pair of new pedals will add to the
appearance of the wheel 2T per cent; cost but ?1.50 upwards.
Lamps from ?1.00 upwards, and a good article at that price.
GAS J.AHPS REDUCED IN PRICE . , .
&?.5Q Lamps &&mQO Each, to Clear.
Sole Agents Milwaukee Puncture Proof Tires.
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BARGAINS IN ELECTRIC FUTURES.
( SaJaild afti i11181 9. 11 Hectric Fixtures
227, 229 and 231
ir: e t. '
The Hawaiian Electric Go., Ltd.,
Has Removed its Offices and Showroom to
Alakea Street, Makai 'Merchant
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fr,i ct1i,An Ti.i ?ii -l ry i .. . . - . '
,uuu w"c uvw uijbtouK wuioe soia at a ttiusAT
SACIUFIGE to make room "hr shipment- to arrive
Uie of Name of Warrior King? to
Cigars Not Approved.
The straight laced section of the
'business cosuannitr is ranch "scnrasht
over the use of the name of King
K3mehatneha to incite the prejudice
of native tobacco nsrs in faror of a
J brand of dears bein slocghed oJf by
a certain local dealer. The name if
Kaniebaineha upon the cigar box and
a brand new delivery was
sen. of yesterday as an appeal to
prejudice worthy of William J. Bryan
or J. Hamilton Lewis.
The desecration does not stop there.
Xot only has the flaunting of the name
of the great warrior king caused this
just Irritation, but the portrait of King
Kalakau3. or General Arthur, which
ever it may be. is used in the same sac-
jriliglous fashion. Rather an amusing
occurrence was suggested yesterday
by a harmless rumor on the street
Lthat the young native who dally wor
ships the statue of Kamehameha ii
front of the court house will do a few
hours of his contortions in the shelter
of the lylocks of this cigar label. Another
native yesterday "swiped" one of
the Arthur portraits, smeared over the
name and fastened it up in the window
of his domicile for Kalakaua. without
as much as putting the name on it-He
would not be convinced, indeed,
that he did not have the right picture.
It is said that a few of the
e people with sanctimonious indignation
rankling in their breasts are
hoping to expel such methods for ad-advertising
cigars from this Christian
Czar is a Very Sick Man.
LIVIDIA, Nov. 20. The bulletin issued
by the czar's physicians today is
less favorable. It reads:
"The emperor passed a satisfactory
day yesterday. At 9 in the evening the
patient's temperature was 102.2; pulse,
SO. His majesty slept tranquilly until
3 in the morning. Subsequently his
res. was broken and perspiration appeared.
This morning his condition
was fairly satisfactory: temperature,
100.4; pulse. 70."
The week ending November ISth
witnessed a very considerable increase
in rebel and American activity
in the Philippines Many skirmishes
and several small engagements occurred
in northern and southern
the termination of the rains permitting
a resumption of operations on
Lieutenant Francis Joy Haesler, U.
S. N., died at the Naval Hospital in
New York, November 20th. He was
eminent as an electrician and was an
expert in the application of compressed
air in mechanics. In the battle of
Santiago Lieutenant Haesler was in
charge of the starboard turret of the
battle ship Texas.
Sold in Honolulu
Promises That He Will le Grf and
, Gets Off.
William McCarthy, the sailors
boarding house man. experienced a
practical object lesson of the use of a
first-class morning paper. McCarthy
was intoxicated the other day and in
that state he refused to jive up the
clothing of Seaman William MoSatc
iloSatt complained to Federal Attorney
Baird and The Republican published
this fact and McCarthy wis
easily convinced after he had taken
few quiet sober thoughts yesterday
morning that the best way out of his
dilemma "was to band over the chat
tels. He had a talk, with CoL Baird
yesterday and promised to be good.
Photograph tie Baby.
Have you had a photo taken of baby?
That's the question every mother is interested
in. Baby is baby only once in a
lifetime and what parent does not cherish
the memory of his happy, care-free ways?
Then perhaps unkind fate has some
thing sinister in store for htm, who
Have a photo of baby by all means
and don't put it ofL
Kins Bros, make a specialty of child
photography at their new studio, 110
W. E. BDTENS
STOCKS AND B0XDS
All Island Stocks Bought and Sold
on Commission. Orders promptly
Lots on Fort St
Lots on King St
Lots on Beretania St
Lots on Klnau St
Lots on Lunalilo St
Lots on Wilder Ave.
Lots on Spencer St
Lots on Prospect St
Lots at Manoa.
Lots at Punahnu.
Lots in McCulla tract
Lots at Waikiki.
Eight acres land Nuu&nu 'Valioy,
Lots on the Installment plan.
Houses and lots everywhere and
prices to suit
5-room house and lo't on installments
6-room house and lot, easy terms
house aud lot on Installments
10-room house and lot, terms to
1 have bargains in houses and lots,
ill sizes, shapes and prices, and will
ake pleasure in showing any or all of
.hem. I have what you want If you
vill let me know what it is.
A beautiful corner 200x200 feet
iu the best residence section of
(onolulu. Will exchange for sugar
stocks, Kihei, McBryde, Waialua or
any other of the old lino of dividend
paying stocks. This is an excellent
chance to make au exchange to your
RING UP PHONE 806.
Corner King and Bethel Streets.
are the best obtainable,
and are sold at most
v l -variety of supplies you
wish, you will find it
. ; here, embodying the
sterling qualities of re-liability,
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TYPEWRITER AND SUPPUESCa
327 Monljora'rSfrl,. - ;
Sm Francisco, CL
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f The Hawaiian News Co., Ltd. ft
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viV Sole Agents -: Hawaiian Islands. M
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Good Serviceable BfGydes
"4 T 0 and-upwards
Why take a chance on a cheap tin wheel sold at
-- WCTION --'
when you can get a
standard make from a dealer who will guarantee
CALL AND SEE OUR $10.00 WHEELS
E. O. HAM & SOfL, liimited
BICYCLE DEFT., next to Bulletin Office.
PER S. S. NIPPON MtRL1
We received uew l'ue of
SIIKs, Table Covers,
Doilies, Pajamas, Kiitio qas,
of the latest patterns.
We invite you to inspect tlies soods whether you purchase or not?
ASADA & CO., Hotel St.
HLL SILK GRENADINE
Fine patterns; $2.50"andup3pcr yard.
fSILK END WOOL CREPON
85c. and up per yaul.
NOTTINCHHM LHCE CURTHINS
for 50c. and up per pair
A full line at $5.00 and up.
Those jool.s nro nil imported from Eiilinul.
The Bargain Store
ALBERT J3LOM, Proprietor
Opposite the Fire Station . Fort and lJerotnni.i Streets
Theo. H. Davies & Co.. Ltd.
I AGENTS FOR
Lloyds, British & Foreign MarmejJInsuranceJCo.
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). ,
Canadian Pacific Railway'Co.
Pioneer Line of PacketsJfrom"Diverpool.
JIEHHV JlflJUFftCTBlWlG GO.
If so bring them to as; we can make them as good at a very
Old Ice Factory, Young St.
x GRAND CLEARANDE SALE
For one month only in all lines commencing
Saturday, September 29 J 1906
Bargains in Grass Cloth (various colors), Handkerchiefs
(embroidered). Heavy Pongee SUir for Shirts or Skirt?, etc -;
;"5sj5J,?'Ti v i, G00 KIN. 210 Nirawu St AboyeiHotel
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