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C I EW SHIPMENT OF
vf Raisins Currants Peel
; Atmore's HEmce Meat i
I Boiled Cider Apples Oranges
Etc., Etc. I
We hao also received
another lot of those large
L. S. Mathews & Son
SO (lato 2G) Berotanli St.
Between Nuuauu and Fort Streets
WE BEG to inform our patrous
and the general public that we
have just installed Now Machinery
and have also succeeded in securing
more First Class Workmen from
Jthe Coast. Our work in the future
will give better satisfaction than before.
and guarantee -not to shrink them
No Chinamen Employed.
8FFICE 5IS Ketcl Strait PRIME SIS.
The Honolulu Republican delivered
by carrier, 75 cents per month. ,
i Salter AWaity
J Tel. 6S0. Qrpheum Block. GroGers.
The Porter Furniture Co.
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS
IMl'OItTEKS AND DEALERS IK
Furniture and Upholstery
Divans Cnma Closet
Direct from Eastern Factories
: A Largo Shipment of :
We guarantee them to be in first-class
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
STAR DAIRY CO.
OFFICE Room 1, Magoon Building,
Corner Merchant and Alakea Sts.
California and Hawaiian Cows for
Telephone XAIN 391.
Dairy Telephone BLUE 3171.
Hawaiian Ijaiior Bureau
"Will engage laborers
in Hawaiian Islands
Tlltpklll aud vvili furnisli them
Mill to plantations,
23 viiluals, firms or corporations;
I. Ill take contract work
177 and furnish
enced and reliable
MAGOON BUILDING, BOOM 15,
Mekchaxt Stkket, Hoxomm
Eeduces the temperature fiom 15 to 20 degrees.'
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN', THURSDAY, NOVEMBER r, 1900,
HOXESC BAZAAR !
Opposite the Union Grill, Xing' St-
LARGE STOCK OF
OF- ALL DESCRIPTIONS
FOR SALE CHEAP!!
A Cure for Hot Iron Roofs !
PAINT THEM WITH
- -"'is -
CALL AND SEE IT PRACTICALLY DEMONSTRATED
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.,
WHite Enameled Iron Reds from ?7.
Wool Mnttrcxscs, the ery thins for comfort
and health this wet weather, donble.
$4 : -ingle, $2.50. Wire Spriugs from $3.
Wool Pillows, FYather Pillows, Hair
Pillows, Straw Pillows, Kxcelbior Pillows.
Meat Safes, Ice Chots. Refrigerators,
Rookcanes, Chiffoniers, Extension Tables,
Raby Carriage, Raby Chairs. Hatchets,
Wrenches and every description of
Hammers. Levels. Planes, Rides Files,
Wrenches and everey destriction of
HARDWARE, at Prices that Defy Com-petition.
Circulating Library, books lent to
ad, Tc per volume.
, , ,
,7V AND AFTER
this date we will
give a discount of
one'third on all class
ical and popular
sheet music, thus
making the price
aslow as can
be found any
where in the
TIE HKIIUM SPECIE BANK
Subscribed Capital - Ten 34,000,000
Paid Up Capital - - Ven 18,000,000
KeserretXaad - . - Tea 8,130,000
HEAD OFFICE - -
The bank buys and receives for collections
Bills of Exchanges, issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit and transacts
a general hanking business.
Branch The Yokohama Specie Bank
New BepabUc Building, Honolulu, H.T.
News-of -the Town,
Thanksgiving services; Trill be held
at the Central Union Church at 11
o'clock this morning.
The many friends of George Fa-
are congratnlatlns him upon the arrival
in Ms family of a bonncing
Alex. Raymond, a native of Canadi,
was. yesterday admitted to citizenship
by Judge Estee. Mr. Raymond is an
employe cf Benson, Smith &, Co.
rs many friends will deeply regret
to learn that Major J. X. Wright, the
old veteran of the Civil War, is seri
ously 111 at his home at Independence
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Oceanic Gas & Electric
Co LttL. will be held on Friday, Xo.
30th. at Z o'clock p. m.. at the oSce
of M- P. Robinson, Sprockets build
The Japanese of the city are already
laying their plans for the celebration
of their New Year. A meeting will
be held early next week to m3ke arrangements
for a big feast at the Japanese
Consulate or some other place
that may be decided on.
The official letter of Governor Dole
to Treasurer Lansing establishing the
new saloon limits left out the Union
saloon (Cunha). It Is understood from
the Treasurer that this was an oversight,
it always being the intention to
continue the license at that place.
Road Supervisor Marston Campbell
estimates that the damage to streets
by the storm of Sunday nfght will be
between $5,000 and $0,000. It will
take a month of the hardest kind of
work, says the Supervisor, to p7ac
matters in as good shape" as they were
before the flood.
"W .C. Weedon, of Bruce, Waring &
vo.'s office, is an applicant for tho
position of Collector of Internal Revenue
and recommended by the executive
committee of the Republican
party. His application went forward
to President McKinley, backed by an
influential petition, a week ago.
Mrs. Xawahl has gone to Hilo in the
Kinau to assist in the arrangements
in connection with the big fair and
luau to be given soon for the purpose
of raising money for an organ for Hilo
church. Mrs. Xawahi has been working
diligently for the cause and has
succeeded in raising in the neighborhood
of ?la0 in cash in Honolulu
BOXES SENT TO HILO.
Postoffice Officials Return From n
Tour of Big Island.
As a result of a visit to Hilo by
Postoffice Inspector Robinson and Assistant
Postmaster Keuake, 215 private
boxes for the Hiio postoffice have
been forwarded to that city. This i&
an improvement that has been wanted
by Hilo people for some time. It
will be made at the expense of the
department and will cost $300 or
Another result of this visit is a call
for the newspapers to be more careful
in addressing papers to out of
town subscribers. The rules for for
warding mail to persons who have
changed their addresses is much more
strict under the present, than undr
the old Hawaiian, system. Persons
in the country can assist the paper?
a great deal by sending in their definite
New this year. Forty (40) games on
one hoard. Holiday stock now opon.
Come early. "Wall Nichols Co., Ltd.
How to Treat a Troublesome Corn.
To remove a troublesome corn or bunion:
First soak the corn or bunion in
vann water to soften it, then pare it
down as closely as possible without
drawing blood and apply Chamberlain's
L'ain Balm twice daily, rubbing
ously for five minutes at each applica
tion. A corn plaster should be worn foi
a few days to piotcct it troni the shoe.
As a general liniment for sprains, bruises,
lameness and rheumatism, Pain Balm N
uncqualed. For sale by Benson, Smith
& Co., general agents. Territory of Hawaii.
DINNER FROM 5 TO 9.
The following is the menu Man
ager Lycurgus has prepared for his
Thanksgiving Dinner, for his patrons
and the general public:
Turtle a L'Anglaise Consomme Royal
Caviare on" Toast Canape a la Russe
Queen Olives Salt Almonds
Chicken Shrimp Lettuce
Filet of Sole, Glace Hollandaise
Filet of Beef, Pique, a la Perigord
Supreme of Chicken. Sauce Musseline'
Riz de Veau a la Toulouse
Croquette de Riz, Sauce au Rum
PUNCH AU HIRSCH
Oregon Pheasant, au Cresson
Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce
Prime Rbs of Beef, au Jus
Spring Lamb. Mint Sauce
Asparagus, Mayonnaise Dressing
French Peas Mashed Potatoes
English Plum Pudding
California Walnuts Navel Oranges
Swiss Cheese, American Cheese,
French Cream Cheese.
Special arrangements for famlles
and private' parties can be made
either in person "" or by Telephone,
Captain Berpjr and the Hawaiian
band will give a public coacert at the
Hawaiian Hotel this evening at S
o'clock. The program will be as follows;
Hymn Thanksgiving AUiston
Selection Kind Providence ..Tobanl
Comet Sokj Colombia, (by reqnesi)
...,.. ...,...-. RollinsoQ
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
(a) Kapilina, (b) Waiannenae.
Miss I. Kelilaa.
(c) Aloha No Wan, id) Moani ke Ala.
Mrs. N. AlapaL
The Blue and the Gray, (by request)
Fantasia North and South Moses
Intermezzo Cavalieria Rnstlcana .
Waltz Love's Dream Friedeman
March Victorious America ..Brooks
Aloha Oe Hawaii Ponoi.
The Star Spangled Banner.
BEER FAMINE SOON TO END.
Steamer Elihu Thompson From Seattle
Hourly Expected With Cargo.
The beer famine which is not as yet
relieved will probably come to an end
within a day or two upon the arrival
of the steamer Elihu Thompson from
Seattle. The local agents for the
Seattle Brewing ,and Malting Company
expect the arrival of the Thompson
nt any moment and were disappointed
that she did not get in yester
The Thompson's liquid cargo consists
mostly of draught beer and the
amount is unknown here, but it will
probably be sufficient to carry on the
local trade until the ship Iroquois
with 4000 barrels of bottle beer arrives.
She is now on the way but liKe
all sailing vessels the time of her
arrival is largely problematical. This
being the main source of supply for
Honolulu beer drinKers will soon terminate
an era of suspended happiness.
Gave Himself Up.
The best natural and most accommodating
Jap in town got very drunk
yesterday. He realized that he was
too full to remain at large, so he
staggered into the police station and
gave himself into the care of the
A Village Blacksmith Saved His Little Son's
Mr. H. II. Black, the well known village
blacksmith at Grahamsville, Sullivan
county, N. Y., says : "Our little son.
3 year&4Id, has always been subject t.
croup, and so bad hae the attacks been
that we have feared many times that he
would die. We have had the doctor and
used many medicines, but Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is now our sole reliance.
It seems to dissohc the tough mucus and
Uy giving frequent doses when the croupy
symtoms appear we have found that the
dreaded croup is cured before it cets sot-tied."
There is no danger in giving this
remedy for it contains no opium or other
injurious drug and may lie given as confidently
to a bale as to an adult. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., general
agents, Territory of Hawaii.
GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
MAGOON BUILDING, Corner Me
chant and Alakeu Street.
Honolulu Iron Works Go
BOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOLERS,
BRASS and LEAD CASTINGS,
and Machinery of every description
made to order. Particular attention
paid to ship's blacksmlthing. Job
work executed on shortest notice.
Oar New Stock of
has arrived, including
Sterling Silverware, Etc.
Jewelry, 4W, Fort Street
Contractors & Builders
General Business Agency.
All kinds of laborers' supplies.
On hand ready to supply.
Postoffice Box 878.
Xing Street, near Liliba (Eva aide.)'
,j. ii jta., uiwwii p j'"m' " ""
A SUPERB IOXE OF -ST,:.. T
Ladies' Silk WaW" . ""
and Silk Peiucoats
These garments eralxxly the latest ideasj are correct in style,
perfect In finish, and appeal to ladies of refined taste.
- $10 TO $20 each
- $10 TO $18 each
ttlhitney & fllajpsh, Iitd.
JCM k,j -
519 fort Street.
V? Af is this design
13. iOOtn O-
The Life Policies
of the Grand Old
are just as unique as this cut Just think of
a 20 payment life policy miaranteed paid-up
in 15 years, or of a lo paynu ut policy
paid-up in 12 years. This guarantee is
bucked by $20,000,000 "- thau the security
Riven by any other life insurance company.
Policy provides increasing insurance yearly
as well as liberal loans and surrender valu
either in cash or paid-up insurance. It provides
also for automatic extended insurance;
in other words, more insurance for the same
money, or the stme iusurauce (or les money
than given by any other company on earth
CLINTON J. HUTCHiNS,
FOB THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
409 Fort Street. Honolulu, H. I.
Iftoney Back if Von SaySot
Some men wear just what they please; others wear what other mrn aftVct.
There is a certain stjlc whicli tnot m,ii regard ns proper, and one must be
rich or hopelessly poor to utterly isnore the dictates of fashion. On
grent iwiiit about our clothing which ought to appeal tci every man who would
lc well dnMHl is that it is o well made and to entirely in accord with the
ri?ht fashion without being cot'y.
It has all the merchant tailor's distinctiveness; is, in fact, tailor-made; but
is much less expeushe than the so-called apparel.
The top notch of excellence, the low water mark in prices; that's the way
it is "in our splendid furnishing department. As typical of value here, we note
today a strong line of MCN'S SUSPEXDKKS made of excellent elastic webbing
of new designs, with leather-trimmed, cast off or nickel plated mounting
cpial in make-up to the usual 75c or $1. 00 kinds.
Price 50cts Per Pair
THE ' KASH"
tWO STORES, TWO STOCKS.
P. O. Box 533.
W and 070.
9 and 11 Hotel Street and Corner of Fort and Hotel StreeU.
B an aid to digestion
B a tonic stimulant,
B aged in wood. L
L a pure B
old fashioned H
whole grain whiskey. B
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